Browsing Gwyddorau Biolegol, Amgylcheddol a Gwledig / Biological, Environmental & Rural Sciences by Title

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  • Jenkins, G.; Fallding, D. S. (1995-04)
    Lateral element lengths and synaptic behaviour of meiotic chromosomes are compared in Lolium temulentum, L. multiflorum and their disomic and trisomic interspecific F1 hybrids. The 45 % difference in nuclear DNA amounts ...
  • Mukamolova, Galina V.; Kaprelyants, Arseny S.; Kell, Douglas B.; Young, Michael (Elsevier, 2003-09)
    Microbial culturability can be ephemeral. Cells are not merely either dead or alive but can adopt physiological states in which they appear to be (transiently) non-culturable under conditions in which they are known normally ...
  • Lehane, Michael J.; Aksoy, S.; Gibson, W.; Kerhornou, A.; Berriman, M.; Hamilton, Joanne V.; Soares, M. B.; Bonaldo, B. F.; Lehane, S.; Hall, N. (2008-12-16)
    Background Tsetse flies transmit African trypanosomiasis leading to half a million cases annually. Trypanosomiasis in animals (nagana) remains a massive brake on African agricultural development. While trypanosome biology ...
  • Maluszynska, J.; Schweizer, D; Jenkins, Glyn; Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, 2001)
  • Humphreys, Michael W.; Canter, P. J.; Thomas, Huw M. (2003-08)
    The anticipated complexity of multifunctional grasslands with environment-friendly and sustainable management practices demands better understanding of traits, their interactions, and their genetic control. Intergeneric ...
  • Edwards, J. E.; Huws, S. A.; Kim, E. J.; Lee, M. R. F.; Kingston-Smith, A. H.; Scollan, N. D. (2008-05)
    Microbial transformations in the rumen ecosystem have a major impact on our ability to meet the challenge of reducing the environmental footprint of ruminant livestock agriculture, as well as enhancing product quality. ...
  • Theodorou, Michael K.; Kingston-Smith, Alison H.; Davies, David R.; Merry, Roger J. (2001)
    This book is essential reading for all those involved in forage conservation and provides a fascinating insight into current practices and the science underpinning forage conservation. Key subject areas include opportunities ...
  • Slavov, Gancho Trifonu; Allison, Gordon Graham; Bosch, Maurice (2013-07-04)
    Tropical C4 grasses from the genus Miscanthus are believed to have great potential as biomass crops. However, Miscanthus species are essentially undomesticated, and genetic, molecular and bioinformatics tools are in very ...
  • Jones, Huw (Wiley, 2006-01-13)
  • Bhat, Vishnu; Sehgal, Deepmala; Raina, Soom Nath (Taylor & Francis, 2008)
    Most of the world’s supply of legumes is cultivated under adverse conditions that make this commercially important crop susceptible to the vagaries of nature and damaging stresses. Genetic manipulation has become a proven ...
  • Somboon, P.; Severson, D. W.; Lumjuan, N.; Stevenson, B. J.; Prapanthadara, L.; Ranson, H.; Brophy, Peter M.; Loftus, B. J. (2007-10)
    In this report, we describe the glutathione transferase (GST) gene family in the dengue vector Aedes aegypti and suggest a novel role for a new class of mosquito GSTs. Twenty-six GST genes are present in Ae. aegypti, two ...
  • Davies, David Robert; Fychan, A. Rhun; Jones, Raymond (2007)
  • Davies, David Robert; Smith, Matthew (2009)
    Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition - Australia Conference will bring together animal nutrition experts to discuss issues that are of importance to the industry and are at the forefront of research and the development of ...
  • Pearce, David A.; Alekhina, Irina A.; Terauds, Aleks; Wilmotte, Annick; Quesada, Antonio; Edwards, Arwyn; Dommergue, Aurelien; Sattler, Birgit; Adams, Byron; Magalhães, Catarina Maria; Chu, Wan-Loy; Lau, Maggie; Cary, Stephen C.; Smith, David J.; Wall, Diana; Eguren, Gabriela; Matcher, Gwynneth; Bradley, James; de Vera, Jean-Pierre P; Elster, Josef; Hughes, Kevin; Benning, Liane G.; Gunde-Cimerman, Nina; Convey, Peter; Hong, Soon Gye; Pointing, Steve B.; Pellizari, Vivian H.; Vincent, Warwick F. (2016-02-16)
    The role of aerial dispersal in shaping patterns of biodiversity remains poorly understood, mainly due to a lack of coordinated efforts in gathering data at appropriate temporal and spatial scales. It has been long known ...
  • Collins, R. P.; Frankow-Lindberg, B. E.; Helgadottir, A.; Skot, L.; Jones, C.; SKot, K. P. (2010)
    We used AFLP (amplified fragment length polymorphism) markers to analyse changes in population genetic differentiation (‘genetic shift’) over time in red and white clover germplasm, and to assess the effect of contrasting ...
  • Collins, R. P.; Frankow-Lindberg, B. E.; Helgadottir, A.; Skot, L.; Jones, C.; Skot, K. P. (European Grassland Federation, 2010-12-01)
    We used AFLP (amplified fragment length polymorphism) markers to analyse changes in population genetic differentiation ('genetic shift') over time in red and white clover germplasm, and to assess the effect of contrasting ...
  • Genner, Martin J.; Seehausen, Ole; Lunt, David H.; Joyce, Domino A.; Shaw, Paul W.; Carvalho, Gary R.; Turner, Georg F. (2007-05)
    Timing divergence events allow us to infer the conditions under which biodiversity has evolved and gain important insights into the mechanisms driving evolution. Cichlid fishes are a model system for studying speciation ...
  • Pastori, Gabriela M.; Wilkinson, Mark D.; Steele, Sue H.; Sparks, Caroline A.; Jones, Huw D.; Parry, Martin A. J. (2001)
    Wheat is a major world crop and as such is a primary target for improvement of agronomic characteristics via genetic engineering. Optimization of transformation is essential in order to overcome the relatively low ...
  • Thomas, Howard (2002-04)
    Ageing in green plants differs in some fundamental ways from the process in animals. The seasonal cycle and persistence of a plant is governed by a combination of the determinate or indeterminate status of meristems (growth ...
  • Santer, Roger Douglas; Hebets, Eileen A. (2008-02-22)
    Arthropod filiform hairs respond to air particle movements and are among the most sensitive animal sensory organs. In many species, they are tuned to detect predators or prey and trigger escape or prey capture behaviours. ...

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