The Research Scotland repository provides permanent access to digital research outputs from Scottish Government funded and affiliated research organisations.
Research plays an important role in shaping the policies of the Scottish Government. It helps us to think about new and better ways of doing things and provides new understandings and discoveries that benefit our society.
Research Scotland contains outputs from the partner organisations listed below. The content on the repository is freely available where possible, although some items are subject to publisher-imposed embargoes.
Items in Research Scotland are protected by copyright with all rights reserved unless otherwise indicated.
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Equine grass sickness (a multiple systems neuropathy) is associated with alterations in the gastrointestinal mycobiome (2021-10-09)Background Equine grass sickness (EGS) is a multiple systems neuropathy of grazing horses of unknown aetiology. An apparently identical disease occurs in cats, dogs, rabbits, hares, sheep, alpacas and llamas. Many of ...
(2021-12)Recognizing the imperative to evaluate species recovery and conservation impact, in 2012 the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) called for development of a “Green List of Species” (now the IUCN Green ...
(2022-05)Hybridization can facilitate both evolutionary diversification and extinction and has had a critical role in plant evolution, with c. 25% of species known to hybridize in some temperate floras. However, in the species-rich ...
(2022-04)The first complete cycad genome offers an invaluable solution to sex determination, one of the largest conservation challenges in these enigmatic plants.