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S. J. Dundas, Benefits and Ancillary Costs of Natural Infrastructure: Evidence from the New Jersey Coast, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, vol. 85, pp. 62-80, 2017.
S. Gouthu, Skinkis, P. A., Morre, J., Maier, C. S., and Deluc, L. G., Berry nitrogen status altered by cover cropping: Effects on berry hormone dynamics, growth and amino acid composition of Pinot Noir, Food Chemistry, vol. 135, no. 1, pp. 1 - 8, 2012.
S. Naithani, Dikeman, D., Garg, P., Al-Bader, N., and Jaiswal, P., Beyond gene ontology (GO): using biocuration approach to improve the gene nomenclature and functional annotation of rice S-domain kinase subfamily., PeerJ, vol. 9, p. e11052, 2021.
J. J, C. Baker, S., Vant, M., DJ, S., L, M. - G., and , Big and slow: phylogenetic estimates of molecular evolution in baleen whales (suborder mysticeti), Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2009.
K. Donegan and Lighthart, B., Bioassay protocol for lethal and sub lethal effects of fungal pathogens on Chrysoperla carnea (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae), EPA Report 600/3 91/025 ERL COR 656, 1988.
V. Almquist, Brueck, C., Clarke, S., Wanzek, T., and Dragila, M. Ines, Bioavailable water in coarse soils: A fractal approach, Geoderma, vol. 323, pp. 146-155, 2018.
P. Nguyen, Kim, A. - Y., Jung, J. Kyo, Donahue, K. M., Jung, C., Choi, M. - Y., and Koh, Y. Ho, The Biochemical Adaptations of Spotted Wing Drosophila (Diptera: Drosophilidae) to Fresh Fruits Reduced Fructose Concentrations and Glutathione-S Transferase Activities, Journal of Economic Entomology, vol. 109, no. 2, pp. 973 - 981, 2016.
S. Ates, Keles, G., Yigezu, Y. A., Demirci, U., Dogan, S., Isik, S., and Sahin, M., Bio-economic efficiency of creep supplementation of forage legumes or concentrate in pasture-based lamb production system, Grass and Forage Science, vol. 725011940485672531205154830727058523846344512274722588329812671, no. 4, pp. 818 - 832, 2017.
S. Ates, Keles, G., Yigezu, Y. A., Demirci, U., Dogan, S., Isik, S., and Sahin, M., Bio-economic efficiency of creep supplementation of forage legumes or concentrate in pasture-based lamb production system, Grass and Forage Science, vol. 725011940485672531205154830727058523846344512274722588329812671, no. 4, pp. 818 - 832, 2017.
M. Kumar Lal, Kumar, A., Kardile, H. Balasaheb, Raigond, P., Changan, S. Sudhakar, Thakur, N., Dutt, S., Tiwari, R. Kumar, Chourasia, K. Nishant, Kumar, D., and Singh, B., Biofortification of Vegetables BT - Advances in Agri-Food Biotechnology, T. Raj Sharma, Deshmukh, R., and Sonah, H., Eds. Singapore: Springer Singapore, 2020, pp. 105–129.
M. Kumar Lal, Kumar, A., Kardile, H. Balasaheb, Raigond, P., Changan, S. Sudhakar, Thakur, N., Dutt, S., Tiwari, R. Kumar, Chourasia, K. Nishant, Kumar, D., and Singh, B., Biofortification of Vegetables BT - Advances in Agri-Food Biotechnology, T. Raj Sharma, Deshmukh, R., and Sonah, H., Eds. Singapore: Springer Singapore, 2020, pp. 105–129.
S. I. Rondon, DeBano, S. J., Clough, G. H., Jensen, A., and Hamm, P. B., Biología y manejo de la polilla de la papa en el noroeste de los Estados Unidos, Washington State Potato Conference. Washington State Potato Conference, Moses Lake, Washington, pp. 139-141, 2006.
C. L. Phillips, McFarlane, K. J., Risk, D., and Desai, A. R., Biological and physical influences on soil 14CO2 seasonal dynamics in a temperate hardwood forest, Biogeosciences Discussions, vol. 10, no. 7, pp. 10721 - 10758, 2013.
V. Popova, Petkova, Z., Ivanova, T., Stoyanova, M., Lazarov, L., Stoyanova, A., Hristeva, T., Docheva, M., Nikolova, V., Nikolov, N., and Zheljazkov, V. D., Biologically active components in seeds of three Nicotiana species, Industrial Crops and Products, vol. 117, pp. 375-381, 2018.
S. I. Rondon, DeBano, S. J., Clough, G. H., Hamm, P. B., Jensen, A., Schreiber, A., Alvarez, J. M., Thornton, M. K., Barbour, J. D., and Dogramaci, M., Biology and management of the potato tuberworm in the Pacific Northwest, Oregon State University Extension Service, Corvallis, Oregon, PNW 594, 2007.
S. I. Rondon, DeBano, S. J., Clough, G. H., Hamm, P. B., Jensen, A., Schreiber, A., Alvarez, J. M., Thornton, M. K., Barbour, J. D., and Dogramaci, M., Biology and management of the potato tuberworm in the Pacific Northwest, Oregon State University Extension Service, Corvallis, Oregon, PNW 594, 2007.
W. Lindsay, Donnell, R. J. Mc, Williams, C. D., Knutson, L., and Gormally, M. J., Biology of the snail-killing fly, Ilione albiseta Scopoli (Diptera: Sciomyzidae), Studia dipterologica, vol. 16, 2011.
R. A. Riggs, Keane, R. E., Cimon, N., Cook, R., Holsinger, L., Cook, J., Delcurto, T., Baggett, L. S., Justice, D., Powell, D., Vavra, M., and Naylor, B., Biomass and fire dynamics in a temperate forest-grassland mosaic: Integrating multi-species herbivory, climate, and fire with the FireBGCv2/GrazeBGC system, Ecological Modelling, vol. 296, pp. 57 - 78, 2015.
S. Ates, Keles, G., Demirci, U., Dogan, S., and Ben Salem, H., Biomass yield and feeding value of rye, triticale, and wheat straw produced under a dual-purpose management system, Journal of Animal Science, vol. 95, no. 11, p. 4893, 2017.
S. Ates, Keles, G., Demirci, U., Dogan, S., and Ben Salem, H., Biomass yield and feeding value of rye, triticale, and wheat straw produced under a dual-purpose management system, Journal of Animal Science, vol. 95, no. 11, p. 4893, 2017.
D. A. Dalton, Ma, C., Murthy, G. S., and Strauss, S. H., Bioplastic production by transgenic poplar, Information Systems for Biotechnology News Report (Jan), pp. 7–10, 2012.
V. D. Zheljazkov, Cantrell, C. L., Donega, M. Augusto, and Astatkie, T., Bioprospecting for podophyllotoxin in the Big Horn Mountains, Wyoming, Industrial Crops and Products, vol. 43, pp. 787 - 790, 2013.
V. D. Zheljazkov, Cantrell, C. L., Donega, M. Augusto, and Astatkie, T., Bioprospecting for podophyllotoxin in the Big Horn Mountains, Wyoming, Industrial Crops and Products, vol. 43, pp. 787-790, 2013.
Y. Dsuza, Biotic Soil-Plant Interaction Processes Explain Most of Hysteric Soil CO2 Efflux Response to Temperature in Cross-Factorial Mesocosm Experiment, Scientific Reports, pp. 1-11, 2020.
T. Delcurto, Johnson, T. N., Kennedy, P. L., and Taylor, R. V., Bird community responses to cattle stocking rates in a Pacific Northwest bunchgrass prairie, vol. 144, 2011.