Number of items: 12.
Barrett, Heather and Storey, David and Yarwood, Richard
Trade and Commerce in Cleobury Mortimer.
Centre for Rural Research, University College Worcester.
Bittner-Eddy, P and Can, C and Gunn, N and Pinel, M and Tör, M and Crute, I and Holub, E.B. and Beynon, J
Genetic and Physical Mapping of the RPP13 Locus, in Arabidopsis, Responsible for Specific Recognition of Several Peronospora parasitica (Downy mildew) Isolates.
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, 12 (9).
Studies on Floral Determination in the Short Day Plant, Pharbitis nil and the Long Day Plant, Silene coeli-rosa.
PhD thesis, University of Worcester/Coventry University.
The Everton Flint Collection in Wells Museum.
Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society, 21 (2).
The Importance of Physical Habitat Assessment for Evaluating River Health.
Freshwater Biology, 41 (2).
Morris, Carol and Evans, Nick
Research on the Geography of Agricultural Change: Redundant or Revitalized?
Area, 31 (4).
Studies in the Behaviour of a Nitrifying Verical Flow Constructed Wetland Wastewater Treatment System.
PhD thesis, University of Worcester.
Integration and Participation in Rural Development: the Case of Ireland.
University College Worcester Geography Department Occasional Papers (2).
Issues of Integration, Participation and Empowerment in Rural Development: The Case of LEADER in the Republic of Ireland.
Journal of Rural Studies, 15 (3).
Residents' Perspectives of Rural Living Conditions in Cork and Kerry.
Poor People, Poor Places: A Geography of Poverty and Deprivation in Ireland.
Oak Tree Press, Dublin, pp. 157-173.
Thompson, A.J. and Tör, M and Barry, C.S. and Vrebalov, J and Orfila, C and Jarvis, M.C. and Giovannoni, J.J. and Grierson, D and Seymour, G
Molecular and Genetic Characterization of a Novel Pleiotropic Tomato-Ripening Mutant.
Plant Physiology, 120 (2).
ISSN Print 0032-0889 Online 1532-2548
West, T.M. and Marshall, E.J.P. and Westbury, D.B. and Arnold, G.M.
Vegetation Development on Sown and Unsown Field Boundary Strips Established in Three Environmentally Sensitive Areas.
Aspects of Applied Biology : Field Margins and Buffer Zones: Ecology, Management and Policy, 58.