What attracts aphids – Kennedy, Booth and Kershaw (1961): host finding by aphids in the field III. Visual attraction – a top 20 paper in the Annals of Applied Biology
How aphids find their host plants, and how they don't
Addressing the yield by density interaction is a prerequisite to bridge the yield gap of rain-fed wheat
Global gene expression in the common scab pathogen, Streptomyces scabies , exposed to potato microtubers
Potential distribution of Avena sterilis L. in Europe under climate change
Global climate change and crop resistance to aphids: contrasting responses of lucerne genotypes to elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide
Comparative transcriptomic analysis of the regulation of flowering in temperate and tropical lotus ( Nelumbo nucifera ) by RNA-Seq
High throughput screening of rooting depth in rice using buried herbicide
Spider mite infestations reduce Bacillus thuringiensis toxin concentration in corn leaves and predators avoid spider mites that have fed on Bacillus thuringiensis corn
Characterising seedling and adult plant resistance to Puccinia hordei in Hordeum vulgare
Development and application of ELISA assays for the detection of two members of the family Luteoviridae infecting legumes: Pea enation mosaic virus (genus Enamovirus ) and Bean leafroll virus (genus Luteovirus )
Are mitochondrial lineages, mitochondrial lysis and respiration rate associated with phosphine susceptibility in the maize weevil Sitophilus zeamais ?
Severed stems of Amaranthus palmeri are capable of regrowth and seed production in Gossypium hirsutum