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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    4 November 2015Quantification of fluoroquinolone uptake through the outer membrane channel OmpF of Escherichia coli  Cama, J; Bajaj, H; Pagliara, S; et al.
    3 April 2019Quantification of migrant hoverfly movements (Diptera: Syrphidae) on the West Coast of North America  Menz, MHM; Brown, BV; Wotton, KR
    6 January 2017Quantifying camouflage: how to predict detectability from appearance (article)  Troscianko, J; Skelhorn, J; Stevens, M
    16 November 2016Quantifying camouflage: how to predict detectability from appearance (dataset and scripts)  Troscianko, Jolyon; Skelhorn, John; Stevens, Martin
    22 May 2018Quantifying direct and indirect contacts for the potential transmission of infection between species using a multilayer contact network  Silk, MJ; Drewe, JA; Delahay, RJ; et al.
    15 December 2015Quantifying interspecific variation in dispersal ability of noctuid moths using an advanced tethered flight technique  Jones, HBC; Lim, KS; Bell, JR; et al.
    30 March 2017Quantifying the food requirements and effects of food stress on bumble bee colony development  Rotheray, EL; Osborne, JL; Goulson, D
    30 March 2017Quantifying the food requirements and effects of food stress on bumble bee colony development  Rotheray, EL; Osborne, JL; Goulson, D
    27 February 2008Quantifying Variability of Avian Colours: Are Signalling Traits More Variable?  Delhey, Kaspar; Peters, Anne; Tregenza, Tom
    6 April 2019Quantitative genetics of gastrointestinal strongyle burden and associated body condition in feral horses  Gold, S; Regan, CE; McLoughlin, PD; et al.
    9 January 2018Quantitative historical analysis uncovers a single dimension of complexity that structures global variation in human social organization  Turchin, P; Currie, TE; Whitehouse, H; et al.
    12 November 2015Quantitative Lipoproteomics in Clostridium difficile Reveals a Role for Lipoproteins in Sporulation  Charlton, TM; Kovacs-Simon, A; Michell, SL; et al.
    5 January 2015Quantitative system drift compensates for altered maternal inputs to the gap gene network of the scuttle fly Megaselia abdita.  Wotton, KR; Jiménez-Guri, E; Crombach, A; et al.
    1 November 2010Queueing induced by bidirectional motor motion near the end of a microtubule  Ashwin, Peter; Lin, Congping; Steinberg, Gero
    11 June 2010Quinol-cytochrome c oxidoreductase and cytochrome c4 mediate electron transfer during selenate respiration in Thauera selenatis  Lowe, EC; Bydder, S; Hartshorne, RS; et al.