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  • Lee, David; Lupotto, Elisabetta; Powell, Wayne (2009-05-02)
    The mutations that convey the white pericarp phenotype to rice (Oryza sativa subsp. japonica) are in a regulatory gene, Rc. We have identified a genetic difference between the cultivar ‘Perla’ and its natural red rice ...
  • Wilkins, Pete W.; Lovatt, J. Alan (2011-06-01)
    In Western Europe and elsewhere there has been considerable effort during the last 100 years devoted to improving perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) for agriculture. The first persistent cultivars to be widely used ...
  • Schneider, Manuel; Luscher, Gisela; Jeanneret, Philippe; Arndorfer, Michaela; Ammari, Youssef; Bailey, Debra; Balázs, Katalin; Báldi, András; Choisis, Jean-Philippe; Dennis, Peter; Eiter, Sebastian; Fjellstad, Wendy; Fraser, Mariecia Dawn; Frank, Thomas; Friedel, Jürgen K.; Garchi, Salah; Jerkovich, Gergely; Gomiero, Tiziano; Hector, A.; Jongman, R. G. H.; Kakudidi, Esezah; Kainz, Max; Kovács-Hostyánszki, A.; Moreno, Gerardo; Nkwiine, Charles; Opio, Julius; Oschatz, M.-L.; Paoletti, Maurizio; Pointereau, Philippe; Sarthou, Jean-Pierre; Siebrecht, Norman; Sommaggio, D.; Turnbull, L.A.; Wolfrum, Sebastian; Herzog, Felix (2014)
    Organic farming is promoted to reduce environmental impacts of agriculture, but surprisingly little is known about its effects at the farm level, the primary unit of decision making. Here we report the effects of organic ...
  • Ramos Morales, Eva; Martinez-Fernandez, G.; Abecia, L.; Martin-Garcia, A. I.; Molina-Alcaide, E.; Yáñez-Ruiz, David Rafael (2013-08-09)
    Garlic essential oil contains a variety of fat soluble organosulfur compounds with antibacterial activity. Nevertheless, only recent studies have evaluated garlic oil and its constituents as modulators of ruminal processes. ...
  • Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences; Bryant, David; Morris, Stephen Michael; Gallagher, Joseph; Winters, Anne; Donnison, Iain; Morris, Phillip; Harding, Graham; Timms-Taravella, Emma; Thomas, David; Leemans, David (2014-02-13)
  • Schauer, Nicolas; Steinhauser, Dirk; Strelkov, Sergej; Schomburg, Dietmar; Allison, Gordon G.; Moritz, Thomas; Lundgren, Krister; Roessner-Tunali, Ute; Forbes, Megan; Willmitzer, Lothar; Fernie, Alisdair R.; Kopka, Joachim (2005-02-28)
    Gas chromatography–mass spectrometry based metabolite profiling of biological samples is rapidly becoming one of the cornerstones of functional genomics and systems biology. Thus, the technology needs to be available to ...
  • Jenkins, Helen Ann; Beckmann, Manfred; Draper, John; Hardy, Nigel William (Springer Nature, 2007)
  • Thatcher, J.; Thatcher, Rhys; Dorling, D. (2004)
    Aim. ­This ­study exam­ined ­gender dif­fer­ences in the pre-com­pe­ti­tion tem­poral pat­terning of anx­iety and hor­monal ­responses. Methods. Six ­male and 6 ­female ­field ­hockey ­players com­pleted the mod­i­fied ...
  • Fitzpatrick, Jennifer M; Johansen, Maria Vang; Johnston, David A; Dunne, David W; Hoffmann, Karl F (2004-08)
    Host inflammatory responses directed against eggs laid by sexually-mature Schistosoma japonicum female worms instigate lesion formation and associated clinical pathologies during infection. To identify parasite gene ...
  • Wuhrer, Manfred; Koeleman, Carolien A M; Fitzpatrick, Jennifer M; Hoffmann, Karl F; Deelder, André M; Hokke, Cornelis H (2006-10)
    Sex-specific gene expression by Schistosoma mansoni worms has been demonstrated at the transcriptome as well as the proteome levels. In view of the important role of glycans in the biology of schistosomes and the interaction ...
  • Young, Michael; Davis, I.; Minton, N. P.; Carter, G. (Taylor & Francis, 2005)
  • Qi, X.; Bakht, S.; Leggett, J. Michael; Maxwell, C.; Melton, R.; Osbourn, A. (2004-05-25)
    The evolution of the ability to synthesize specialized metabolites is likely to have been key for survival and diversification of different plant species. Oats (Avena spp.) produce antimicrobial triterpenoids (avenacins) ...
  • Spadafora, Natasha; Perrotta, Lara; Nieuwland, Jeroen; Albani, Diego; Bitonti, M Beatrice; Herbert, Robert J; Doonan, John H; Marchbank, Angela M; Siciliano, Ilario; Lentz Grønlund, Anne; Francis, Dennis; Rogers, Hilary J (2012-10)
    How plant cell-cycle genes interface with development is unclear. Preliminary evidence from our laboratory suggested that over-expression of the cell cycle checkpoint gene, WEE1, repressed growth and development. Here the ...
  • Gallagher, Joseph; Kaderbhai, Naheed; Kaderbhai, Mustak Ali (1992)
    A synthetic structural gene encoding a mammalian cytochrome b5, carrying an optimised ribosomal binding sequence, was tandemly polymerised ranging from one (n = 1) to six (n = 6) gene copies. The gene, placed in p lambda-ncyt ...
  • Manzanares, Chloé; Barth, Susanne; Thorogood, Daniel; Byrne, Stephen; Yates, Steven; Czaban, Adrian; Asp, Torben; Yang, Bicheng; Studer, Bruno (2016-03-10)
    The grass family (Poaceae), the fourth largest family of flowering plants, encompasses the most economically important cereal, forage, and energy crops, and exhibits a unique gametophytic self-incompatibility (SI) mechanism ...
  • Webb, K. J.; Jensen, E. F.; Heywood, S.; Morris, S. M.; Linton, P. E.; Hooker, J. E. (2010-10-01)
    Root system senescence and nitrogen (N) release from red clover (Trifolium pratense L.) plants, grown under semi-sterile conditions and a controlled environment, were studied for 28 days following temporary or prolonged ...
  • Webb, Kathleen Judith; Cookson, Alan Roy; Allison, Gordon Graham; Sullivan, Michael L.; Winters, Anne Louise (2013)
    Polyphenol oxidase (PPO) genes and their corresponding enzyme activity occur in many plants; natural PPO substrates and enzyme/substrate localisation are less well characterised. Leaf and root PPO activity in Arabidopsis ...
  • Menzel, Ralph; Swain, Suresh C; Hoess, Sebastian; Claus, Evelyn; Menzel, Stefanie; Steinberg, Christian Ew; Reifferscheid, Georg; Stürzenbaum, Stephen R (2009)
    Traditionally, toxicity of river sediments is assessed using whole sediment tests with benthic organisms. The challenge, however, is the differentiation between multiple effects caused by complex contaminant mixtures and ...
  • Hoffmann, Karl F.; Fitzpatrick, Jennifer M. (Springer Nature, 2004-05-17)
    DNA microarray platforms represent a functional genomics technology that uses structured information obtained from genomic sequencing efforts as a means to study transcriptional processes in a systematic and high-throughput ...
  • DiFazio, Stephen P.; Leonardi, Stefano; Slavov, Gancho Trifonu; Garman, Steven L.; Adams, W. Thomas; Strauss, Steven H. (2012-03-01)
    Gene flow is a primary determinant of potential ecological impacts of transgenic trees. However, gene flow is a complex process that must be assessed in the context of realistic genetic, management and environmental ...

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