180. Saban JM, Watson‐Lazowski A, Chapman MA, Gail Taylor G (2020) The methylome is altered for plants in a high CO2 world: Insights into the response of a wild plant population to multigenerational exposure to elevated atmospheric [CO2]. Global Change Biology. Vol 26. Issue 11, Pages 6474-6492

179. Damerum A, Chapman MA, Taylor G (2020) Innovative breeding technologies in lettuce for improved post-harvest quality. Postharvest Biology and Technology. Vol 168, Pages 111266

178. Donnison C, Holland RA, Hastings A, Armstrong L, Eigenbrod F, Taylor G (2020) Incorporating the value of nature into assessments of future energy pathways. Global Change Biology Bioenergy. Vol 12. Issue 8, Pages 586-604

177. Dunnett S, Sorichetta A, Taylor G, Eigenbrod F (2020) Harmonised global datasets of wind and solar farm locations and power. Scientific Data. Vol 7, Issue 1, Pages 1-12

176. Jones L, Holland RA, Ball J, Sykes T, Taylor G, Ingwall-King L, Snaddon JL, Peh KSH (2020) A place‐based participatory mapping approach for assessing cultural ecosystem services in urban green space. People and Nature. Vol 2. Issue 1, Pages 123-137

175. Jones L, Holland RA, Ball J, Sykes T, Taylor G, Ingwall-King L, Snaddon JL, Peh KSH (2020) Ask the locals-urban land management driven by local perceptions of cultural benefits. People and Nature. Vol PaN-17. Pages 123-138

174. Holland RA, Scott K, Agnolucci P, Rapti C, Eigenbrod F, Taylor G (2019) The influence of the global electric power system on terrestrial biodiversityProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Vol 116, Issue 51, Pages 26078-26084

173. Bogeat-Triboulot M, Buré C, Gerardin T, Chuste P, Le Thiec D, Hummel I, Durand M, Wildhagen H, Douthe C, Molins A, Galmés J, Smith HK, Flexas J, Polle A, Taylor G, Brendel O (2019) Additive effects of high growth rate and low transpiration rate drive differences in whole plant transpiration efficiency among black poplar genotypes. Environmental and Experimental Botany. Vol 166, Pages 103784

172. Taylor G, Donnison IS, Murphy-Bokern D, Morgante M, Bogeat-Triboulot M, Bhalerao R, Hertzberg M, Polle A, Harfouche A, Alasia F, Petoussi V, Trebbi D, Schwarz K, Keurentjes JJB, Centritto M, Genty B, Flexas J, Grill E, Salvi S, Davies WJ (2019) Sustainable bioenergy for climate mitigation: developing drought-tolerant trees and grasses. Annals of Botany. Vol 124. Issue 4, Pages 513-520

171. Scaglione D, Pinosio S, Marroni F, Di Centa E, Fornasiero A, Magris G, Scalabrin S, Cattonaro F, Taylor G, Morgante M 2019) Single primer enrichment technology as a tool for massive genotyping: a benchmark on black poplar and maize. Annals of Botany. Vol 124. Issue 4, Pages 543-551

170. Brunetti C, Gori A, Marino G, Latini P, Sobolev AP, Nardini A, Haworth M, Giovannelli A, Capitani D, Loreto F, Taylor G, Scarascia Mugnozza G, Harfouche A, Centritto M (2019) Dynamic changes in ABA content in water-stressed Populus nigra: effects on carbon fixation and soluble carbohydrates. Annals of Botany. Vol 124. Issue 4, Pages 627-643

169. Fabbrini F, Ludovisi R, Alasia O, Flexas J, Douthe C, Carbó MR, Robson P, Taylor G, Scarascia‐Mugnozza G, Keurentjes JJB, Harfouche A (2019) Characterization of phenology, physiology, morphology and biomass traits across a broad Euro‐Mediterranean ecotypic panel of the lignocellulosic feedstock Arundo donax. Global Change Biology Bioenergy. Vol 11. Issue 1, Pages 152-170

168. Saban JM, Chapman MA & Taylor G (2019) FACE facts hold for multiple generations; Evidence from natural CO2 springs. Global Change Biology. Vol 12. Issue 1, Pages 1-11

167. Rowland LS, Smith HK & Taylor G (2018) The potential to improve culinary herb crop quality with deficit irrigation. Scientia Horticulturae. Vol 242, Pages 44-50

166. Clifton‐Brown J, Harfouche A, Casler MD, et. al. (2018) Breeding progress and preparedness for mass‐scale deployment of perennial lignocellulosic biomass crops switchgrass, miscanthus, willow, and poplar. GCB Bioenergy Vol 11. Issue 1, Pages 118-151

165. Qi A, Holland RA, Taylor G & Richter GM (2018) Grassland futures in Great Britain–Productivity assessment and scenarios for land use change opportunities. Science of the Total Environment. Vol 634. Pages 1108-1118

164. Holland RA, Beaumont N, Hooper T, Austen M, Gross RJK, Heptonstall PJ, Ketsopoulou I, Winskel M, Watson J & Taylor G (2018) Incorporating ecosystem services into the design of future energy systems. Applied Energy. Vol 222. Pages 812-822

163. Hooper T, Austen MC, Beaumont N, Heptonstall P, Holland RA, Ketsopoulou I, Taylor G, Watson J & Winskel M (2018) Do energy scenarios pay sufficient attention to the environment? Lessons from the UK to support improved policy outcomes. Energy Policy. Vol 115. Pages 397-408

162. Jorge V, Dowkiw A, El-Malki R, Segura V, Guerin V, Poursat P, Faivre-Rampant P, Rae A, Taylor G & Bastien C (2018) Genetic architecture of quantitative Melampsora larici-populina leaf rust resistance in poplars (Populus spp.)  Proceedings of the IUFRO joint conference: Genetics of five-needle pines, rusts of forest trees, and Strobusphere; 2014 June 15–20; Fort Collins, CO. Proc. RMRS-P-76. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 245 p

161. Wildhagen H, Paul S, Allwright M, Smith HK, Malinowska M, Schnabel SK, Paulo MJ, Cattonaro F, Vendramin V, Scalabrin S, Janz D, Douthe C, Brendel O, Buré C, Cohen D, Hummel I, Le Thiec D, Van Eeuwijk F, Keurentjes JJB, Flexas J, Morgante M, Robson P,  Bogeat-Triboulot M-B, Taylor G,  Pole A (2018) Genes and gene clusters related to genotype and drought-induced variation in saccharification potential, lignin content and wood anatomical traits in Populus nigra. Tree Physiology. Vol 38, issue 3, Pages 320-339

160. Smith HK, Clarkson GJJ, Taylor G (2018) Significant Water Savings can be Made in Commercial Spinach Cropping without Adverse Impacts on Crop Yield or Shelf Life. Journal of Horticulture. Vol 5, Issue 3. Pages 2376-0354.1000242

159. Harris ZM, Milner S & Taylor G (2017) Biogenic Carbon- capture and sequestration (Book chapter) Greenhouse Gas Balances of Bioenergy Systems

158. Wildhagen H, Shanty P, Allwright M, Smith HK, Malinowska M, Schnabel SK, João P, Cattonaro F, Vendramin V, Scalabrin S, Janz D, Douthe C, Brendel O, Buré C, Cohen D, Hummel I, Thiec DL, Eeuwijk FV, Keurentjes JJB, Flexas J, Morgante M, Robson P, Bogeat-Triboulot MB, Taylor G & Polle A (2017)  Genes and gene clusters related to genotype and drought-induced variation in saccharification potential, lignin content and wood anatomical traits in Populus nigra. Tree Physiology (1-20)

157. Dondini M, Albert Gi, Delle Vedove G, Ventura M, Tonon G, Viger M, Harris ZM, Jenkins JR, Richards M, Pogson M, Taylor G, Smith JU & Smith P (2017) Evaluation of the ECOSSE model to predict heterotrophic soil respiration by direct measurements. European Journal of Soil Science. Vol 68 Issue 3. Pages 384-393

156. Jenkins JR, Viger M, Arnold EC, Harris ZM, Ventura M, Miglietta F, Girardin C, Edwards RJ, Rumpel C, Fornasier F, Zavalloni C, Tonon G, Alberti G & Taylor G (2017) Biochar alters the soil microbiome and soil function: results of next‐generation amplicon sequencing across Europe.GCB Bioenergy. Vol 9. Issue 3.Pages 591-612

155. Richards M, Pogson M, Dondini M, Jones EO, Hastings A, Henner DN, Tallis MJ, Casella E,  Matthews RW, Henshall PA, Milner S, Taylor G, McNamara NP, Smith JU & Smith P (2017) High‐resolution spatial modelling of greenhouse gas emissions from land‐use change to energy crops in the United Kingdom. GCB Bioenergy. Vol 9. Issue 3. Pages 627-644

154. Taylor G, Allwrigth MR, Smith HK, Polle A, Wildhagen H, Hertsberg M, Bhalerao R & Keurentjes JJB (2016) Bioenergy trees: genetic and genomic strategies to improve yield. Perennial Biomass Crops for a Resource-Constrained World. Pages 167-190

153. Barth S, Murphy-Bokern D, Kalinina O, Taylor G & Jones M (2016) Perennial Biomass Crops for a Resource-Constrained World. Springer International Publishing

152.WatsonLazowski A, Lin Y, Miglietta F, Edwards RJ, Chapman MA & Taylor G (2016) Plant adaptation or acclimation to rising CO2? Insight from first multigenerational RNA‐Seq transcriptome. Global change biology.Vol 11. Issue 11. Pages 3760-3773

151. Allwright MR, Payne A, Emilian Gi, Milner S, Viger M, Rouse F, Keurentjes JJB, Bérard A, Wildhagen H, Faivre-Rampant P, Polle A, Morgante M & Taylor G (2016) Biomass traits and candidate genes for bioenergy revealed through association genetics in coppiced European Populus nigra (L.).Biotechnology for biofuels. Vol 9. Issue 1. Page 195

150. Pinosio S, Giacomello S, Faivre-Rampant P, Taylor G, Jorgve V, Le Paslier MC,  Zaina G, Bastien C, Cattonaro F, Marroni F & Morgante M (2016) Characterization of the poplar pan-genome by genome-wide identification of structural variation. Molecular biology and evolution. Vol 33. Issue 10. Pages 2706-2719

149. Guo M, Richter GM, Holland RA, Eigenbrod F, Taylor G &Shah N (2016) Implementing land-use and ecosystem service effects into an integrated bioenergy value chain optimisation framework. Computers & Chemical Engineering. Vol 91.Pages 392-406

148. FaivreRampant P, Zaina G, Jorge V, Giacomello S, Segura V, Scalabrin S, Guérin V, De Paoli E, Aluome C, Viger M, Cattonaro F, Payne A, PaulStephenRaj P, Le Paslier MC, Berard A, Allwright MR, Villar M, Taylor G,  Bastien C & Morgante M (2016) New resources for genetic studies in Populus nigra: genome‐wide SNP discovery and development of a 12k Infinium array. Molecular ecology resources. Vol 16. Issue 4. Pages 1023-1036

147. Holland RA, Scott K, Hinton ED, Austen MC, Barrett J, Beaumont N, Blaber-Wegg T, Brown G, Carter-Silk E, Cazenave P, Eigenbrod F, Hiscock K, Hooper T, Lovett A, Papathanasopoulou E, Smith P, Thomas A, Tickner R, Torres R & Taylor (2016) Bridging the gap between energy and the environment. Energy Policy. Vol 92. Pages 181-189

146. Voutsina N, Payne AC, Hancock RD, Clarkson GJJ, Rothwell SD, Chapman MA & Taylor G (2016) Characterization of the watercress (Nasturtium officinale R. Br.; Brassicaceae) transcriptome using RNASeq and identification of candidate genes for important phytonutrient traits linked to human health. BMC genomics. Vol 17, Issue 1. Page 378

145.Xenakis G, Perks M, Harris ZM, McCalmont J, Rylett D, Brooks M, Evans JG, Finch J, Rowe R, Morrison R,  Alberti G, Donnison I, Siebicke L, Morison J, Taylor G & McNamara NP (2016) Net ecosystem exchange from five land-use transitions to bioenergy crops from four locations across the UK-The Ecosystem Land Use Modelling & Soil Carbon GHG Flux Trial (ELUM) project. EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts. Vol 18. Page 9401

144. VIGER M, SMITH HK, COHEN D, DEWOODY J, TREWIN H, STEENACKERS M, BASTIEN C & TAYLOR G (2016) Adaptive mechanisms and genomic plasticity for drought tolerance identified in European black poplar. Tree Physiology 36 (7): 909-928

143. HARRIS ZM, ALBERTI G, VIGER M, JENKINS JR, ROWE R, MCNAMARA NP & TAYLOR G (2017) Land-use change to bioenergy: grassland to short rotation coppice willow has an improved carbon balance. GCB Bioenergy. Vol 9. Issue 2, Page 469-484

142. ALLWRIGHT MR & TAYLOR G (2016) Molecular Breeding for Improved Second Generation Bioenergy Crops. Trends in Plant Science. Vol 1 Issue 1. Pages 43-54

141. HOLLAND RA, SCOTT KA, FLöRKE M, BROWN G, EWERS RM, FARMER E, KAPOS V, MUGGERIDGE A, SCHARLEMANN JPW, TAYLOR G, BARRETT J & EIGENBROD F (2015) Global impacts of energy demand on the freshwater resources of nations. PNAS. Vol 112, Issue 48, Pages E6707-E6716

140. DONDINI M,RICHARDS M, POGSON M, MCCALMONT J, DREWER J, MARSHALL R, MORRISON R, YAMULKI S, HARRIS ZM, ALBERTI G, SIEBICKE L, TAYLOR G, PERKS M, FINCH J, MCNAMAR NP, SMITH JU & SMITH P  (2015) Simulation of greenhouse gases following land-use change to bioenergy crops using the ECOSSE model. A comparison between site measurements and model predictions. GCB Bioenergy. Vol 8. Issue 5, Pages 925-940

139. PAYNE AC, CLARKSON GJJ, ROTHWELL S & TAYLOR G (2015) Diversity in global gene expression and morphology across a watercress (Nasturtium officinale R. Br.) germplasm collection: first steps to breeding. Horticulture Research. Vol 1. Issue 2, Pages 1-8

138. HOLLAND RA, EIGENBROD F, MUGGERIDGE  A, BROWN G, CLARKE D & TAYLOR G (2015) A synthesis of the ecosystem services impact of second generation bioenergy crop production. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Vol 46. Pages 30-40.

137. HARRIS ZM, SPAKE R & TAYLOR G (2015) Land use change to bioenergy: A meta-analysis of soil carbon and GHG emissions. Biomass and Bioenergy. Vol 82, Pages 27-39

136. DEWOODY J, TREWIN H & TAYLOR G (2015) Genetic and morphological differentiation in Populus nigra L.: isolation by colonization or isolation by adaptation? Molecular ecology. Vol 24. Issue 11. Pages 2641-2655

135. MILNER S, HOLLAND RA, LOVETT A, SUNNENBERG G, HASTINGS A, SMITH P, WANG S & TAYLOR G (2015) Potential impacts on ecosystem services of land use transitions to second generation bioenergy crops in GB. GCB Bioenergy. Vol 8. Issue 2, Pages 317-333

134. HOLLAND RA, EIGENBROD F, MUGGERIDGE A, BROWN G, CLARKE D & TAYLOR G (2015) A synthesis of the ecosystem services impact of second generation bioenergy crop production. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.  Vol 46. June 2015. Pages 30-40

133. HARRIS Z, ALBERTI G, BOTTOMS E, ROWE R, PARMAR K, MARSHALL R, ELIAS D, SMITH P, DONDINI M, POGSON M, RICHARDS M, FINCH J, INESON P, KEANE B, PERKS M, WILKINSON M, YAMULKI S, DONNISON I, FARRAR K, MASSEY A, MCCALMONT J, DREWER J, SOHI S, MCNAMARA N & TAYLOR G (2014) The Elum Project: A Network of UK Sites to Understand Land-Use Transitions to Bioenergy and Their Implications for Greenhouse Gas Balance and Carbon Cycling. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. Vol 1.Pages 0161


131. WATSON-LAZOWSKI AJ, LIN Y, EDWARDS R, DEWOODY J, MIGLIETTA F, CHAPMAN M & TAYLOR G (2014) Plant Acclimation and Adaptation to a High CO2 World. Plant and Animal Genome XXII Conference

130. VENTURA M, ALBERTI G, VIGER M, JENKINS JR, GIRARDIN C, BARONTI S, ZALDEI A, TAYLOR G, RUMPEL C,MIGLIETTA F & TONON G (2014) Biochar mineralization and priming effect on SOM decomposition in two European short rotation coppices. GCB Bioenergy. Vol 7, issue 5. Pages 1150-1160

129. VENTURA M, ALBERTI G, VIGER M, JENKINS JR, GIRARDIN C, BARONTI S, ZALDEI A, TAYLOR G,MIGLIETTA F & TONON G (2014) Biochar stability and priming effect on SOM decomposition in two European short rotation coppices. EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts. Volume 16. Pages 3944

128. HARRIS ZM, ALBERTI G, DONDINI M, SMITH P & TAYLOR G (2014) The impacts of land-use change from grassland to bioenergy Short Rotation Coppice (SRC) Willow on the crop and ecosystem greenhouse gas balance. EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts. Volume 16. Pages 13023

127. SMITH HK, CLARKSON GJJ, TAYLOR G, THOMPSON AJ, CLARKSON J & RAJPOOT NM (2014) Automatic detection of regions in spinach canopies responding to soil moisture deficit using combined visible and thermal imagery. Vol 9. Issue 6, Pages e97612

126. HINTON E, HOLLAND R, AUSTEN M & TAYLOR G (2014) UKERC Energy & Environment Theme Bridging the gap between energy and the environment. Technical Report.  DOI: 10.13140/2.1.1212.2405

125. OLIVER RJ, BLYTH E, TAYLOR G & FINCH JW (2014) Water use and yield of bioenergy poplar in future climates: modelling the interactive effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 and climate on productivity and water use. GCB Bioenergy. Vol 7. Issue 5, Pages 958-973

124.  VIGER M, HANCOCK R,  MIGLIETTA F & TAYLOR G (2014) More plant growth but less plant defence? First global gene exprssion data for plants grown in soil amended with biochar. GCB Bioenergy. Vol 7. Issue 4, Pages 658-672

123. HARRIS Z, MCNAMARA N,  ROWE R, DONDINI M, FINCH J,  PERKS M, MORISON J, DONNISON I,  FARRAR K, SOHI S,  INESON P,  OXLEY J, SMITH P & TAYLOR G (2014) Research Spotlight: The ELUM project Ecosystem Land-Use Modelling and Soil Carbon GHG Flux Trial. Publication Date March 2014. Biofuels. Vol 5, Issue 2, Pages 111-116

122. SMITH P, TAYLOR S,  LOVETT A, TAYLOR G, FIRTH S,  FINCH J,  MORISON J & MORAN D (2014) Spatial mapping of Great Britain’s bioenergy to 2050. Publication Date 1st March 2014. GCB Bioenergy. Vol 6, Issue 2, Pages 97-98.

121. MANNING P, TAYLOR G & HANLEY M (2014) Bioenergy, Food Production and Biodiversity-An Unlikely Alliance? GCB Bioenergy. 1-18.

120. WANG S, S. WANG S,  LOVETT A,  ZHONG J, TAYLOR G,  LEDUC S,  FIRTH S &  SMITH P (2014) Significant Contribution of Energy Crops to Heat and Electricity Needs in Great Britain to 2050. Publication Date 2014. BioEnergy/Research. Pages 1-8

119. TAYLOR G (2013) Exploring the genetic diversity of watercress for improved chemical and morphological quality. Plant and Animal Genome XXI ConferenceSan Diego, US12 Jan 2013

118. MCNAMARA N, BOTTOMS E, DONNISON I, DONDINI M,FARRAR K, FINCH J, HARRIS Z, INESON P, KEANE B, MASSEY A, MCCALMONT J, MORISON J, PERKS M, POGSON M, ROWE R, SMITH P, SOHI S, TALLIS M, TAYLOR G & YAMULKI S (2013) Bioenergy ecosystem land-use modelling and field flux trial. EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts. Vol 15. Pages 11587

117. HARRIS Z, BOTTOMS E, MASSEY A, MCCALMONT J, YAMULKI S, DREWER J, MCNAMARA N, FINCH J, DONNISON I, PERKS M, SMITH P & TAYLOR G (2013)  First results from the UK network to establish the greenhouse gas balance of land conversion to second generation bioenergy willow, Miscanthus and short rotation forestry. EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts. Vol 15. Pages 13524

116. BOTTOMS E, DREWER J, FINCH J,OXLEY J, SKIBA U, INESON P, KEANE B, MORISON J, PERKS M, WILKINSON M, YAMULKI S, DONNISON I, FARRAR K, MASSEY A, MCCALMONT J, HARRIS Z, TAYLOR G & MCNAMARA N (2013) ELUM Year 2 report for Work Package 3-Network of field sites to measure soil C dynamics and GHG emissions. Report V2

115. ALEXANDER P,  MORAN D, SMITH P,  HASTINGS A,  WANG S, SÜNNENBERG G,  LOVETT A,  TALLIS M,  CASELLA E,  TAYLOR G,  FINCH J &  CISOWSKA I (2013) Estimating UK perennial energy crop supply using farm-scale models with spatially disaggregated data. Publication Date 1st November 2013. GCB Bioenegy. Vol 6, Issue 2, Pages 142-155

114. WANG S, HASTINGS  A,  WANG S, SUNNENBERG G,  TALLIS M, CASELLA E,  TAYLOR S,  ALEXANDER P,  CISOWSKA I, A. LOVETT, TAYLOR G, FIRTH S, MORAN D,  MORISON J & SMITH P (2013) The potential for bioenergy crops to contribute to meeting GB heat and electricity demands. Publication Date 1st October 2013. GCB Bioenergy. Vol 6, Issue 2, Pages 136-141

113. VIGER M, RODRIGUEZ-ACOSTA M, RAE AM, MORISON JIL & TAYLOR G (2013) Toward improved drought tolerance in bioenergy crops: QTL for carbon isotope composition and stomatal conductance in Populus Food and Energy Security. Vol 2. Issue 3, Pages 220-236

112. DEWOODY J, VIGER M, LAKATOS F, TUBA K & TAYLOR G (2013) Insight into the genetic components of community genetics: QTL mapping of insect association in a fast-growing forest tree PLOS one. Vol 8. Issue 11, Pages e79925

111. HASTINGS A, TALLIS MJ, CASELLA E, MATTHEWS RW, HENSHALL PA, MILNER S, SMITH P & TAYLOR G (2013) The technical potential of Great Britain to produce ligno-cellulosic biomass for bioenergy in current and future climates GCB Bioenergy. Vol 6. Issue 2, Pages 108-122

110. PAYNE AC, MAZZER A, CLARKSON GJJ & TAYLOR G  (2013) Antioxidant assays- consistent findings from FRAP and ORAC reveal a negative impact on organic cultivation on antioxidant potential in spinach but not watercress or rocket leaves Food Science & Nutrition. Vol 1. Issue 6, Pages 439-444

109. ROWE R, GOULSON D, DONCASTER CP, CLARKE DJ, TAYLOR G & HANLEY ME (2013) Evaluating ecosystem processes in willow short rotation coppice bioenergy plantations GCB Bioenergy.  Vol 5. Issue 3, Pages 257-266

108. TALLIS MJ, CASELLA E, HENSHALL PA, AYLOTT MJ, RANDLE TJ, MORISON JIL & TAYLOR G (2012) Development and evaluation of ForestGrowth-SRC a process-based model for short rotation coppice yield and spatial supply reveals poplar uses water more efficiently than willow GCB Bioenergy Volume 5, Issue 1, pages 53-66

107 ZHANG J, GAO G, CHEN J-J, TAYLOR G, CUI K-M & HE X-Q (2012) Molecular features of secondary vascular tissue regeneration after bark girdling in PopulusNew Phytologist Vol 192. Pages 869-884

106. ANDERSON WF, STEINER J, RAPER R, VOGEL K, COFFELT T, SHARRATT B, RUMMER B, DEAL RL, RUDIE A, BOOTH E, HALFORD N, SHIELD I, TAYLOR G, TURLEY D & VOIGT T (2011) The creation and role of the USDA biomass research centers. Aspects of Applied Biology. Vol 112. Pages 21 -28

105. ROBSON P, MOS M, DEE H, CLIFTON-BROWN J, DONNISON I, BOOTH E, HALFORD N, SHIELD I, TAYLOR G, TURLEY D & VOIGT T (2011) Improving bioenergy crop yield and quality through manipulating senescence. Aspects of Applied Biology. Issue 12. Pages 323-332

104. BOOTH E, HALFORD N, SHEILD I, TAYLOR G, TURLEY D & VOIGT T (2011) Biomass and Energy Crops IV.Association of Applied Biologists358pp. (Aspects of Applied Biology, 112)

103. OLIVER RJ, TAYLOR G & FINCH JW (2011) Assessing the impact of internal conductance to CO2 in a land-surface scheme: Measurement and modelling of photosynthesis in Populus nigra. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 152, 240-251

102. STEPHENSON PG, HARRIS N, COTTRELL JE, RALPH SG, BOHLMANN J & TAYLOR G (2011)  A transcriptomic approach to identify genes associated with wood density in Picea sitchensis. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 26:S11, 82-96

101. ROWE R, WHITTAKER J, FREER-SMITH PH, CHAPMAN J, LUDLEY K, HOWARD D & TAYLOR G (2011) Counting the cost of carbon in bioenergy systems: sources of variation and hidden pitfalls in life cycle assessments. Biofuels, 2, 693-707

100. TALLIS MJ, TAYLOR G, & FREER-SMITH PH (2011) Estimating the removal of atmospheric particulate pollution by the urban tree canopy of London, under current and future environments Landscape and Urban Planning, 103, 129-138

99. ZHOU G, TAYLOR G & POLLE A (2011) FTIR-ATR-based prediction and modelling of lignin and energy contents reveals independent intra-specific variation of these traits in bioenergy poplar. Plant Methods Vol 7, Issue 1, Pages 1-10

98. ROWE R, HANLEY M, GOULSON D, CLARKE D & TAYLOR G  (2011) Potential benefits of commercial short rotation bioenergy willow for farm-scale plant and invertebrate communities in the agri-environment. Biomass and Bioenergy, 35, 325-336

97. AYLOTT MJ, FARRALL K, CASELLA E & TAYLOR G (2010) Social and environmental constraints in the supply of biomass from short rotation coppice in England. Biofuels 1, 719-727

96. STREET NR, TALLIS MJ, TUCKER J, BROSCHÉ M, KANGASJÄRVI J, BROADMEADOW M & TAYLOR G (2010). The physiological, transcriptional and genetic responses of an ozone- sensitive and an ozone tolerant poplar and selected extremes of their F2 progeny. Environmental Pollution 159 (2011) 45-54

95. MARRON N, RICCIOTTI L, BASTIEN C, BERITOGNOLO I, GAUDET M,  PAOLUCCI I, FABBRINI F, SALANI F, DILLEN SY, CEULEMANS RJ, PINEL M, TAYLOR G, SCARASCIA-MUGNOZZA GE, & SABATTI M (2010) Plasticity of growth and biomass production of an intraspecific Populus alba L. family grown at three sites across Europe during three growing seasons. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 42, 1897-1903

94. SMITH H, TRUCO M, MICHELMORE R, CLARKSON G, & TAYLOR G (2010) Sustainable use of water in baby leaf cropping systems. Aspects of Applied Biology, Vol 105, Pages1-8

93. BAUEN AW, DUNNETTAJ, RICHTER GM, DAILEY AG, AYLOTT M, CASELLA E & TAYLOR G  (2010) Modelling supply and demand of bioenergy from short rotation coppice and miscanthus in the UK. Bioresource Technology Vol 101, Pages 8132-8143

92. AYLOTT MJ, FARRALL K, CASELLA E & TAYLOR G (2010) Estimating the supply of biomass from short-rotation coppice in England, given social, economic and environmental constraints to land availability. Biofuels Vol 1, Pages 719-727

91. WHITTAKER J, LUDLEY K, ROWE RL, TAYLOR G & HOWARD D (2010)  Sources of variability for greenhouse gas and energy balance in biofuel production: A systematic review Global Change Biology Bioenergy, Vol 2, Pages 99-112


89. WAGSTAFF C,  CLARKSON GJ,  ZHANG F,  ROTHWELL SD,  FRY SC, TAYLOR G & DIXON MS  (2010) Modification of cell wall properties in lettuce improves shelf life. Journal of Experimental Botany Vol 61, Pages 1239-48

88. DASH J, CURRAN PJ, TALLIS MJ, LLEWELYN M,  TAYLOR G & SNOEIJ P  (2010) Validating the MERIS Terrestrial Chlorophyll Index  (MTCI) with ground chlorophyll content data at MERIS spatial resolution. Journal of Remote Sensing Vol 31, Pages 5513-5532

87.  TALLIS MJ, LIN Y, ROGERS A, ZHANG J, STREET NR, KARNOSKY DF, MIGLIETTA F,  CALFAPIETRA C, DE ANGELIS P & TAYLOR  G (2010) The transcriptome of Populus in elevated CO2 during delayed autumnal senescence reveals up-regulation of the anthocyanin biosynthetic pathway, New Phytologist Vol 186. Issue 2, Pages 415-428

86. TAYLOR G (2009) UK Energy Research Centre . Energy 2050. Making the transition to a secure and low carbon energy system. Contribution to Chapter 4, Technology Acceleration, UKERC,

85. SUTTIE E, TAYLOR G, LIVESAY K & TICKELL F (2009)  Potential of forest products and substitution for fossil fuels to contribute to mitigation. In: Combating climate change. A role for UK forests. An assessment of the potential of the UK’s trees and woodlands to mitigate and adapt to climate change.  Ed. By Read DJ, Freer-Smith PH, Morison JIL, Hanley N, West CC, Snowden P, The Stationary Office, Edinburgh, pp. 119-138

84. HILLIER J, DAILEY G, AYLOTT MJ, WHITTAKER CJ, RICHTER G, RICHE A, MURPHY R, TAYLOR G &  SMITH P (2009) Integrating spatial estimates of yield with dynamic soil C modelling (RothC), to predict emissions from four bioenergy crops in England and Wales, Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 1, 267-281

83. CLARKE D, JABLONSKI S, MORAN B, ANANDARAJAH G & TAYLOR G (2009) How can accelerated development of bioenergy contribute to the future UK energy mix? Insights from a MARKAL modelling exercise. Biotechnology for Biofuels, 2, 13

82. ROWE R, STREET NR & TAYLOR G (2009) Identifying potential environmental impacts of large scale deployment of dedicated bioenergy crops in the UK. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 13: 271-290

81. OLIVER R, FINCH J & TAYLOR G  (2009) Second generation bioenergy crops and climate change: Effects of elevated CO2 on water use and yield. Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 1:97-114

80. RAE AM, STREET NR, ROBINSON K, HARRIS N & TAYLOR G  (2009) Five QTL hotspots for yield in short rotation bioenergy poplar – The Poplar Biomass Loci. BMC Plant Biology, 9 article number 23

79. TRICKER PJ, PECCHIARI M, BUNN SM, PERESSOTTI A, VACCARI F, MIGLIETTA F & TAYLOR G (2009)  Increased water use in bioenergy SRC poplar following exposure to elevated CO2.  Biomass and Bioenergy,36, 4406-4409

78. ROWE R, WHITAKER J, CHAPMAN J, HOWARD D & TAYLOR G  (2008)  Life cycle assessment in the bioenergy sector. Developing a systematic review. Working Paper, UKERC/WP/FSE/2008/02

77. TAYLOR G (2008) Bioenergy for heat and electricity: Research Challenges and a UK Bioenergy Roadmap. Energy Policy, 36:  4383 – 4389

76. TAYLOR G (2008) Biofuels and the biorefinery concept.  Energy Policy, 36, 4406-4409

75. TAYLOR G, TALLIS MJ, GIARDINA CP, KEVIN EP,  MIGLIETTA F, GUPTA PS, GIOLI B, CALFAPIETRA C, GIELEN  B, KUBISKE ME, SCARASCIA-MUGNOZZA GE, KETS K, LONG  SP &  KARNOSKY DF (2008)  Future atmospheric CO2 leads to delayed autumnal senescence Global Change Biology, 14, 264-275. Article featured in Nature Geoscience and widely in the media.

74. AYLOTT MJ, CASELLA, E, TUBBY I, STREET, NR, SMITH P & TAYLOR G (2008). Yield and spatial supply of bioenergy short rotation coppice and willow in the UK. New Phytologist, 178: 358-370

73. RAE AM, PINEL  MPC, BASTIEN C, SABATTI M, STREET  NR, TUCKER J, DIXON  C, MARRON N, DILLEN SY, & TAYLOR G (2008).   QTL for yield in bioenergy Populus. Identifying G x E interactions influencing growth at three contrasting sites   Tree Genetics and Genomes, 4, 97-112

72. TRICKER PJ, PECCHIARI MARCO, BUNN SM, VACCARI FRANCESCO P,  PERESSOTTI ALESSANDRO,  MIGLIETTA F &  TAYLOR G (2007) Water use of a bioenergy plantation increases in a future high CO2 world. Biomass and bioenergy 33 (2009) 200-208

71. DASH J, CURRAN PJ, TALLIS MJ, LLEWELLYN GM, TAYLOR G & SNOEIJ P (2007) The relationship between the MERIS terrestrial chlorophyll index and chlorophyll content. Proc. Envisat Symposium 2007, Montreux, Switzerland, 23-27 April, 2007 (ESA Sp-636, July 2007)

70. KARNOSKY DF, TALLIS MJ, DARBAH J & TAYLOR G  (2007) Direct effects of elevated carbon dioxide on forest tree productivity. In: Forestry and Climate Change, Ed by PH Freer-Smith, MSJ Broadmeadow, JM Lynch, CABI International, ISBN 13 978 1 84593 294 7, pp. 136-144

69. DILLEN SY, MARRON N, BASTIEN C, RICCIOTTI L, SALANI F, SABATTI M, PINEL MPC, RAE AM, TAYLOR G & CEULEMANS R  (2007)  Effects of environment and progeny on biomass estimations of five hybrid poplar families grown at three contrasting sites across Europe. Forest Ecology and Management, 252: 12-23

68. WAGSTAFF C, CLARKSON GJJ, ROTHWELL SD, PAGE A, TAYLOR G & DIXON MS (2007)  Characterisation of cell death in bagged baby salad leaves. Postharvest  Biology and Technology.  46, 150-159

67. RAE, AM, TRICKER PJ, BUNN SM & TAYLOR G (2007)  Adaptation of tree growth to elevated CO2: QTL for biomass in Populus.New Phytologist, 175, 59-69

66. ZHANG F,  WAGSTAFF C, RAE AM, SIHOTA AK, KEEVIL CW, ROTHWELL SD, CLARKSON GJJ,  MICHELMORE RW, TRUCO MJ, DIXON MS & TAYLOR G (2007)  QTL for shelf life co-locate with those for leaf biophysical properties but not with those for leaf development traits, Journal of Experimental Botany, 58, 1433-1450

65. STREET NR, SKOGSTROM O, SJODIN A, TUCKER J, RODRIGUEZ-ACOSTA M, NILSSON P, JANSSON S, TAYLOR G (2006)  The genetics and genomics of drought response in Populus  Plant Journal,  48, 321-341

64. SIMS REH, HASTINGS  SCHLAMADINGER AB, TAYLOR G & SMITH P  (2006)  Energy Crops: Current Status and Future Prospects Global Change Biology, 12, 2459-2471

63. TAYLOR G, TRICKER PJ, GRAHAM LE, TALLIS MJ, RAE AM, TREWIN H & STREET NR (2006) The potential of genomics and genetics in Free Air Carbon Dioxide Enrichment Experiments.  In ‘Managed ecosystems and CO2. Case studies, processes and perspectives. Ed. By  J. Nösberger, S. P. Long, R. J. Norby, M. Stitt, G.R. Hendrey and H. Blum,  Ecological Studies, Springer

62. LIBERLOO, M CALFAPIETRA C, LUKAC M, GODBOLD D, LOU Z-B,  POLLE A, HOOSBECK MS, KULL O, MAREK M, RAINES C, TAYLOR G, SCARASCIA-MUGNOZZA G & CEULEMANS R  (2006) Woody biomass production during second rotation of a bioenergy Populus plantation increases in a future high CO2 world. Global Change Biology 12: 1094-1106

61. MARRON N, BASTIEN C, SABATTI M, TAYLOR G & CEULEMANS R (2006) Plasticity of growth and sylleptic raminfication in two poplar pedigrees (populus deltoides x p. Trichocarpa) grown in three contrasting sites across europe. Tree Physiology, 26, 935-946

60. RAE AM, FERRIS R, TALLIS MJ & TAYLOR G (2006) Elucidating genomics regions for increased leaf growth and delayed leaf senescence in elevated CO2.  Plant Cell and Environment , 29, 1730-1741

59. TRICKER PJ, CLARKSONGJJ, TALLIS MJ, TREWINH, COLELLAA, DONCASTER CP, SABATTI M & TAYLOR G (2005) Stomatal conductance and not stomatal numbers determines the long-term reduction in leaf transpiration of poplar in elevated CO2. Oecologia  143, 6520-660

58.TAYLOR G, STREET NR, TRICKER PJ, SJÖDIN A,  GRAHAM LE, SKOGSTRÖM O , CALFAPIETRA C, SCARASCIA-MUGNOZZA G & JANSSON S (2005) The transcriptome of Populus in elevated CO2. New Phytologist, 167, 43-154

57. SCARASCIA-MUGNOZZA G, DE ANGELIS P, SABATTI M, CALFAPIETRA C, MIGLIETTA F, RAINES C, GODBOLD D, HOOSBEEK M, TAYLOR G, POLLE A & CEULEMANS R (2005) Global change and agro-forest ecosystems: Adaptation and mitigation in a FACE experiment on a poplar plantation PLANT BIOSYSTEMS 139 (3): 255-264

56. CLARKSON GJ, ROTHWELL S & TAYLOR G (2005) End of day harvest increases shelf life. Horticultural Science 40, 1431-1435

55. GARDNER SDL, FREER-SMITH PH, TUCKER J & TAYLOR G (2005) Elevated CO2 protects poplar (Populus trichocarpa x P. deltoides) from damage induced by ozone: identification of mechanisms. Functional Plant Biology, 221-235

54. BECKETT KP, FREER-SMITH PH & TAYLOR G (2005) Deposition velocities to Sorbus aria, Acer campestre, Populus deltoides x trichocarpa `Beaupre, Pinus nigra and x Cupressocyparis leylandii for coarse, fine and ultra-fine particles in the urban environment. Environmental Pollution, 133, 157-167

53. RAE AM, ROBINSON KM & TAYLOR G (2004) Structural, morphological and biochemical traits linked to fast growth in short-rotation coppice poplar for biomass. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 34, 1488-1498

52. BUNN SM, RAE AM, HERBERT CS & TAYLOR G (2004) Leaf level productivity traits in Populus grown in short rotation coppice for biomass energy. Forestry, 77, 307-323

51. ROBINSON KM, KARP A & TAYLOR G (2004) Defining leaf traits linked to yield in short-rotation coppice Salix. Biomass and Bioenergy, 26, 417-431

50. FREER-SMITH PH, EL-KHATIB AA & TAYLOR G (2004) Capture of Particulate Pollution by Trees: A comparison of species, typical of semi-arid  areas (Ficus nitida and Eucalptus globulus) , with European and North American species Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 155, 173-187

49. RAE AM, ROBINSON KM & TAYLOR G (2004) Morphological and physiological traits influencing biomass productivity in short-rotation coppice poplar. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 34, 1488-1498

48. TRICKER PJ, CALFAPIETRA C,  KUZMINSKY E, RAFFAELA P, FERRIS R, NATHOO M, PLEASANTS LJ, ALSTON V, DE ANGELIS P & TAYLOR G (2004). Long-term acclimation of leaf production, development, longevity and quality following three years exposure to free air carbon dioxide enrichment (POPFACE) during canopy closure New Phytologist , 162, 413-426

47. HANLEY ME, TROFIMOV S & TAYLOR  G (2004). Species-level effects and not functional groups determine community-level responses to elevated CO2:  evidence from simulated turves. Function Ecology, 18, 304-313

46. ROBINSON KM, KARP A & TAYLOR G (2003). Defining leaf traits linked to yield in short-rotation coppice Salix. Biomass and Bioenergy 26 (2004) 417 – 431

45. CLARKSON GJ, ROTHWELL S & TAYLOR G (2003) Identifying traits of post-harvest processability in baby leaf salad. Postharvest Biology and Technology, 30, 287-298

44. TAYLOR G, TRICKER PJ,  ZHANG FZ, ALSTON VJ, MIGLIETTA F & KUZMINSKY E (2003) Spatial and temporal effects of free air CO2 enrichment (POPFACE) on leaf growth, cell expansion and production in a closed canopy of PopulusPlant Physiology 131: 177-185

43. WULSCHLEGER S, JANSSON S & TAYLOR G (2002) Genomics and forest biology – Populus emerges as the perennial favorite. The Plant Cell, 14: 2651-2655

42. TAYLOR G (2002). Populus. Arabidopsis for forestry. Do we need a model tree? Invited review as a Botanical Briefing for Annals of Botany , 90:681-689

41. FERRIS R, LONG L, K.M ROBINSON, BUNN SM, BRADSHAW HD, RAE AM & TAYLOR G (2002. Leaf stomatal and cell development: the identification of putative QTL in relation to elevated CO2 in poplar. Tree Physiology, 22:633–640

40. TAYLOR G, BECKETT KP, ROBINSON KM, STILES K & RAE RA (2001) Identifying QTL for yield in UK biomass poplar. Aspects of Applied Biology, 65: 173-182

39. TAYLOR G, CEULEMANS R, FERRIS R & GARDNER SDL (2001) Increased leaf area of hybrid poplar in elevated CO2.From controlled environment to open-top chambers and to FACE. Environmental Pollution, 115: 463-472

38. FERRIS R, SABATTI M, MILLS RF, MIGLIETTA F & TAYLOR G (2001) Leaf area is stimulated in Populus by free air CO2enrichment (POPFACE), through increased cell expansion and production. Plant Cell and Environment, 24: 305-315

37. TAYLOR G & BUNN SM (2000). Identifying Biotechnological and Biological research priorities for woodfuel. In: Short rotation Coppice and wood fuel symposium. Ed by A Armstrong and J Claridge. ISBN: 0 85538 413 1

36. BECKETT KP, FREER-SMITH PH & TAYLOR G (2000) Effective tree species for local air quality management. Journal of Arboriculture 26 13-19

35. BECKETT KP, FREER-SMITH PH & TAYLOR G (2000) Particulate pollution uptake by trees: impact of species and windspeed. Global Change Biology, 6, 995-1004

34. BECKETT KP, FREER-SMITH PH & TAYLOR G (2000) The capture of particulate pollution by trees at five contrasting locations. Arboricultural Journal, 24, 209-230

33. JANSSENS IA, CROOKSHANKS M, TAYLOR G & CEULEMANS R (1998) Elevated atmospheric CO2 increases fine root production, respiration, rhizosphere respiration and soil CO2 efflux of Scots pine seedlings. Global Change Biology, 4, 871-878

32. BECKETT KP, FREER-SMITH PH & TAYLOR G (1998). Urban woodland: their role in reducing the concentration of PM10s. Environmental Pollution, 99, 347-360

31. WARWICK KR, TAYLOR G & BLUM H (1998). Biomass and compositional changes occur in chalk grassland turves exposed to elevated CO2 for two seasons in FACE.Global Change Biology, 4, 375-385

30. BRYANT JB, TAYLOR G & FREHNER M (1998). Photosynthetic acclimation to elevated CO2 is modified by source sink balance in three component species of chalk grassland swards grown in a free air carbon dioxide enrichment FACE experiment. Plant Cell and Environment , 21, 159-168

29. CROOKSHANKS M, BROADMEADOW M & TAYLOR G (1998) Elevated CO2 and root growth: contrasting responses in Fraxinus excelsior, Quercus petraea and Pinus sylvestrisNew Phytologist, 138, 241-250

28. CROOKSHANKS M,  TAYLOR G &  DOLAN L (1998) The effects of elevated CO2 on the developmental physiology of roots: using Arabidopsis thaliana as a model system. Journal of Experimental Botany, 49, 593-597

27. CEULEMANS R, TAYLOR G, BOSAC C, WILKINS D & BESFORD RB (1997).  Photosynthetic acclimation of poplars to elevated CO2 in glasshouse cabinets or in open top chambers depends on duration of exposure. Journal of Experimental Botany, 48, 1681-1689

26. WELFARE K, FLOWERS TJ, TAYLOR G & YEO AR (1996) Additive and antagonistic effects of ozone and salinity on the growth, ion contents and gas exchange of five varieties of rice (Oryza sativa). Environmental Pollution, 92, 257-266

25. RANASINGHE C S & TAYLOR G (1996) Mechanism for increased leaf growth in elevated CO2, Journal of Experimental Botany, 47, 349-358

24. FERRIS R & TAYLOR G (1995) Contrasting effects of elevated CO2 and water deficit on two native herbs. New Phytologist, 131, 491-501

23. TAYLOR G, GARDNER SDL, BOSAC C, FLOWERS TJ, CROOKSHANKS M & DOLAN L  (1995) Effects of elevated CO2 on cellular mechanisms, growth and development of trees, with particular reference to hybrid poplar. Forestry, 68, 379-390

22. WARWICK K & TAYLOR G (1995). Contrasting effects of tropospheric ozone on five native herbs which co-exist in chalk grassland. Global Change Biology, 1, 143-151

21. GARDNER SDL, BOSAC C & TAYLOR G (1995). Leaf growth of hybrid poplar following exposure to elevated CO2. New Phytologist, 131, 81-90

20. FERRIS R & TAYLOR G (1994) Carbon dioxide and stomatal characteristics of four native herbs. Annals of Botany, 73, 447-453

19. FERRIS R & TAYLOR G (1994) Elevated CO2, water relations and biophysics of leaf extension in four chalk grassland herbs.New Phytologist, 127, 297-307

18. FERRIS R & TAYLOR G (1994) Elevated CO2 and root growth: a biophysical analysis of root cell expansion. Journal of Experimental Botany, 45, 1603-1612

17. TAYLOR G, RANASINGHE S, BOSAC C, GARDNER SDL & FERRIS R (1994) Elevated CO2 and Plant Growth: Cellular Mechanisms and Responses of Whole Plants. Journal of Experimental Botany, Special edition, Growth in Planta, 45, 1761-1774

16. TAYLOR G, McDONALD J, STADENBERG I & FREER-SMITH PH (1993) Nitrate supply and the biophysics of leaf growth of Salix viminalis. Journal of Experimental Botany, 44, 155-164

15. FERRIS R & TAYLOR G (1993) Contrasting effects of elevated CO2 on the root and shoot growth of four native herbs commonly found in chalk grassland. New Phytologist, 125, 855-866

14. TAYLOR G & FROST DL (1992) Impact of gaseous air pollution on leaf growth of hybrid poplar. Forest Ecology and Management, 51: 151-162

13. FREER-SMITH PH & TAYLOR G (1992) Comparative evaluation of the effects of Gaseous pollutants Acidic Deposition and Mineral deficiencies on gas exchange of trees.  Agricultural ecosystems and environment, 42, 321-332

12. FROST DL, TAYLOR G & DAVIES WJ (1991) Biophysics of leaf growth of hybrid poplar: impact of ozone. The New Phytologist, 118, 407-415

11. DOBSON MC, TAYLOR G & FREER-SMITH PH (1990) The control of ozone uptake by Picea abies and Picea sitchensis during drought and interacting effects on shoot water relations.The New Phytologist 116, 465-474

10. TAYLOR G DAVIES, WJ & MANSFIELD TA (1989) Air pollution and tree physiology. Report on Forest Research. The Forestry Commission. ISBN 011 710275

9. TAYLOR G DOBSON MC & FREER-SMITH PH (1989). Changes of partitioning and increased root lengths of beech and spruce exposed to ambient pollution concentrations in southern Britain. Annales des Sciences Forestieres, 46, 573-576

8. TAYLOR G & DOBSON MC (1989) Characteristics of photosynthesis, stomatal conductance and water relations in Fagus Sylvatica: impact of air quality at a site in southern Britain. The New Phytologist 113, 265-273

7. TAYLOR G & DAVIES WJ (1989). Root growth of Fagus sylvatica: impact of drought and air quality at a site in southern Britain. The New Phytologist 116, 457-464

6. TAYLOR G, DOBSON MC, FREER-SMITH PH & DAVIES WJ (1989) Tree physiology and air pollution in southern Britain. Research information note 145, Forestry Commission Publication. ISSN 02672375

5. TAYLOR G & DAVIES WJ (1988) The influence of photosynthetically active radiation and simulated shade light on the control of leaf growth of Betula and AcerNew Phytologist, 108: 393-398

4. TAYLOR G & DAVIES WJ (1986) Leaf growth of Betula and Acer in simulated shadelight. Oecologia 68:589-593

3. TAYLOR G & DAVIES WJ (1986) Yield turgor of growing leaves of Betula and AcerThe New Phytologist 104:347-353

2. TAYLOR G & DAVIES WJ (1985)  Water relations and leaf growth. Acta Horticulturae 171:131-138

1. TAYLOR G & DAVIES WJ (1985) The control of leaf growth of  Betula and Acer by photoenvironment.The New Phytologist 101:259-268