Ms Teri Davies

Ms Teri Davies

Research Scientist

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The effects of PPO activity on the proteome of ingested red clover and implications for improving the nutrition of grazing cattleHart, E., Onime, L. A., Davies, T., Morphew, R. & Kingston-Smith, A. 2016 In : Journal of Proteomics.141, p. 67-76
The effect of resistance to mildew infection on ruminal fermentation of Lolium perenneClaes, J., Davies, T., Rees Stevens, P., Wilkinson, T., Mur, L. & Kingston-Smith, A. 2014 EGF at 50: The future of European grasslands. Proceedings of the 25th General Meeting of the European Grassland Federation, Aberystwyth, Wales, 7-11 September 2014. : Grassland Science in Europe. Hopkins, A. (ed.). Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University, Vol. 19, p. 849851 p.
Comparative Metabolite Fingerprinting of the Rumen System during Colonisation of Three Forage Grass (Lolium perenne L.) VarietiesKingston-Smith, A. H., Davies, T., Rees Stevens, P. & Mur, L. A. J. 2013 In : PLoS One.8, 11, e82801
Evidence of a role for foliar salicylic acid in regulating the rate of post-ingestive protein breakdown in ruminants and contributing to landscape pollutionKingston-Smith, A. H., Davies, T. E., Edwards, J. E., Gay, A. & Mur, L. A. J. 2012 In : Journal of Experimental Botany.63, 8, p. 3243-325513 p.
The phytohormone salicylic acid influences autolysis in ruminantingested plant cellsKingston-Smith, A., Davies, T., Kyme, E. & Mur, L. 2009 In : Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part A: Molecular and Integrative Physiology.153, 2 (Supplement), S160
From plants to animals: the role of plant cell death in ruminant herbivoresKingston-Smith, A. H., Davies, T. E., Edwards, J. E. & Theodorou, M. K. 2008 In : Journal of Experimental Botany.59, 3, p. 521-53212 p.
Post-ingestion induction of plant cell death: Regulation and implicationsKingston-Smith, A. H., Davies, T. & Mur, L. A. J. 2007 p. 200-
A comparison of two strategies to modify the hydroxylation of condensed tannin polymers in Lotus corniculatus L.Robbins, M. P., Bavage, A. D., Allison, G. G., Davies, T. E., Hauck, B. D. & Morris, P. 2005 In : Phytochemistry.66, 9, p. 991-9999 p.
Photoinhibition and resistance to winter damage in stay-green amenity grassesGay, A., Smith, E. L., Kingston-Smith, A., Thorogood, D., Roca, M., Ougham, H., Thomas, H., Evans, C., Davies, T. & Moss, L. 2004 Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A.Vol. 137, S170
Correlations between protein crops and protease activity in forage cropsTheodorou, M. K., Kingston-Smith, A. H., Davies, T., Bollard, A. L. & Shaw, R. K. 2003 p. 15-162 p.
Biochemical and molecular basis of plant composition determining the degradability of forage for ruminant nutritionRobbins, M. P., Allison, G. G., Bettany, A. J. E., Dalton, S. J., Davies, T. E., Hauck, B. D., Hughes, J-W., Timms, E. J. & Morris, P. 2002 Multi-Function Grasslands: Quality Forages, Animal Products and Landscapes. Durand, J-L. (ed.). British Grassland Society, p. 37-437 p. (Grassland Science in Europe 7)