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  • Authentic Recipes from Around the World 

    Martins, AMD; Abbots, EJ; Carvajal, R; Charalambidou, A; Toner, D (HAT Events, 2015-10)
    This book reflects about the term "authenticity" in the context of foods and drinks. It asks how history, time and temporality can be used to make particular cultural products seem "authentic" or the "real" thing. We explore ...
  • Emergence of wheat blast in Bangladesh was caused by a South American lineage of Magnaporthe oryzae 

    Islam, MT; Croll, D; Gladieux, P; Soanes, DM; Persoons, A; Bhattacharjee, P; Hossain, MS; Gupta, DR; Rahman, MM; Mahboob, MG; Cook, N; Salam, MU; Surovy, MZ; Sancho, VB; Maciel, JLN; NhaniJúnior, A; Castroagudín, VL; Reges, JTDA; Ceresini, PC; Ravel, S; Kellner, R; Fournier, E; Tharreau, D; Lebrun, M-H; McDonald, BA; Stitt, T; Swan, D; Talbot, NJ; Saunders, DGO; Win, J; Kamoun, S (BioMed Central, 2016-10-03)
    BACKGROUND: In February 2016, a new fungal disease was spotted in wheat fields across eight districts in Bangladesh. The epidemic spread to an estimated 15,000 hectares, about 16 % of the cultivated wheat area in Bangladesh, ...
  • Exposure of tropical ecosystems to artificial light at night: Brazil as a case study 

    de Freitas, JR; Bennie, J; Mantovani, W; Gaston, KJ (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2017)
    Artificial nighttime lighting from streetlights and other sources has a broad range of biological effects. Understanding the spatial and temporal levels and patterns of this lighting is a key step in determining the ...
  • The Famine Project: Structuring Data 

    Stringer, GB (University of Exeter, 2015)
    A report on current technologies deployed in the AHRC-funded project "Famine & Dearth in India & Britain, 1550-1800", presented at the workshop: Food Security and the Environment in India and Britain: historical and cultural ...
  • Linguistic innovations in the immigration context as initial stages of a partially restructured variety: Evidence from SE constructions in the Portuguese of the East Timorese diaspora in Portugal 

    Afonso, Susana; Goglia, Francesco (De Gruyter, 2015-05)
    Portuguese became one of the official languages of independent East Timor after ca. 25 years of Indonesian rule; this prevented the partial restructuring of an East Timorese variety of Portuguese in a similar way to that ...
  • O Sorriso da Avó em ‘Guarde Segredo’ de Esmeralda Ribeiro 

    Martins, AMD (Editora Universitária da Universidade do Estado do Amazonas, 2015-08-01)
    No conto “Guarde Segredo” (1991), Esmeralda Ribeiro (1958-) substitui os pais “verdadeiros” ou biológicos de uma jovem afrodescendente por dois pais “falsos” (vovó Olívia e Lima Barreto). Por qual razão Ribeiro nos apresenta ...
  • The role of glycerol in the pathogenic lifestyle of the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae 

    Foster, AJ; Ryder, LS; Kershaw, MJ; Talbot, NJ (Wiley for Society for Applied Microbiology (SfAM), 2017-02-06)
    The rice blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae elaborates a specialised cell called an appressorium, which is used to breach the tough outer cuticle of a rice leaf, enabling the fungus entry to host plant cells. The appressorium ...
  • The Tax Implications of Scottish Independence or Further Devolution 

    Frecknall-Hughes, J; James, SR; McIlwhan, R (Institute of Chartered Accountants in Scotland, 2014-05)
    This report considers the practical implications of further devolution of tax powers in Scotland or an independent tax regime under independence. It is not the purpose of this report to recommend any course of action in ...
  • Workflow, Responsibility and Quality Control for Digital Editions: A Case Study 

    Stringer, GB (DRHA, 2009-09)
    The modern digital edition of a literary work is most often a collaborative product, with many contributors participating in the process of production, from the planning and image capture phases through to the electronic ...