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Guest editorial

Inside your search for understanding, Glen Crust, p. 1-2.

Project Articles

Effects of UV radiation and salinity on the intertidal macroalgae Palmaria palmata and Ulva lactuca; effects on photosynthetic performance, growth and pigments, Elizabeth Beauchamp, p. 3-22.

Do age and conditions at rehoming affect behaviour in puppies?, Tamara Chamberlain, p. 23-37.

Is there a visitor effect on behaviour and enclosure use of mixed bird species in a zoo enclosure? Katie Downes, p. 38-60.

Pregabalin for treating Painful Diabetic Neuropathy in Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetic Patients, Keri Kruckow, p. 61-78.

Silicon; a benefit or a detriment to plant physiology for Creeping bent (Agrostis stolonifera L.), Sheep’s fescue (Festuca ovina L.) and Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.)? Nicola Warburton, Jo Bayley, Stuart Lane, p. 79-93.

Measuring the haemodynamic responses elicited in the visual cortex from various spatial and temporal frequencies using NIRS, Thomas Bridge, p. 94-118.

The study of human interaction when playing rock-paper-scissors, Neil Drew, p. 119-139.

Could negative affect be ‘part’ of the ‘whole’ picture in weak central coherence? A study of weak central coherence and its relation to affect and autistic traits, Warren Dunger, p. 140-176.

A test of time-place learning in fish living in a public aquarium, Rhona Macbeth-Seath, p. 177-202.

Achieving a sustainable transport sector in the UK: the effect of UK transport reform and change in population’s travel decisions on the reduction of energy consumption and CO2 emission within the transport sector, Jessica Herring, p. 203-252.

Literature Reviews

Epiphytes: a study of the history of forest canopy research, Sven Batke, p. 253-268.

Climatic variation: effects on global seabird populations, Laura Draycott, p. 269-282.

Environmental influence in animal contests, Mark Fox-Powell, p. 269-282.

A review into the role of voltage gated sodium channels 1.8 and 1.9 in pain states; and medical uses of this knowledge, Matt Morfey, p. 294-303.

The health benefits of tea varieties from Camellia sinensis, Katie Taylerson, p. 304-312.

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