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Jess Evans

Researcher at Rothamsted Research

Publications -  10
Citations -  169

Jess Evans is an academic researcher from Rothamsted Research. The author has contributed to research in topics: Soil water & Biology. The author has an hindex of 4, co-authored 7 publications receiving 85 citations.

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A spatial temporal analysis of the Fusarium graminearum transcriptome during symptomless and symptomatic wheat infection.

TL;DR: A transcriptomic investigation of Fusarium graminearum reveals a new model for symptomless and symptomatic wheat infection, and provides novel insights into the combined spatial temporal coordination of functionally characterized and hypothesized virulence strategies.
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Meta‐analysis of global livestock urine‐derived nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural soils

TL;DR: Recommendations are given for factors that are likely to affect the N2O emissions factors and should be included in all future studies, these include the following: soil pH and texture; experimental set‐up; direct measurement of soil moisture and temperature during the study period.
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The impact of drought and rewetting on N2O emissions from soil in temperate and Mediterranean climates

TL;DR: The potential for soils to produce nitrous oxide (N2O) is impacted by past moisture conditions; however, the extent of this impact is not fully understood as mentioned in this paper, and there is still a large uncertainty regarding how microbial population structure, relative gene abundances and gene expression profiles change according to antecedent dry/wet cycles.
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Soil compaction effects on litter decomposition in an arable field: Implications for management of crop residues and headlands

TL;DR: In this paper, the effects of soil bulk density and soil penetration resistance on the decomposition rates of litter in three distinct field zones: a grass margin, sown at the edge of the field adjacent to the crop, tramlines in the crop:margin interface, and crop.
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Localisation of iron and zinc in grain of biofortified wheat

TL;DR: In this article , the dietary contributions of iron (Fe) and zinc (Zn) from cereals are determined by concentrations, locations and chemical forms using histochemical staining and LA-ICP-MS, sequential pearling and hand dissection.