Michael J M Senior
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Tropical forest fragments contribute to species richness in adjacent oil palm plantations
JM Lucey, N Tawatao, MJM Senior, VK Chey, S Benedick, KC Hamer, ...
Biological conservation 169, 268-276, 2014
Trait-dependent declines of species following conversion of rain forest to oil palm plantations
MJM Senior, KC Hamer, S Bottrell, DP Edwards, TM Fayle, JM Lucey, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 22, 253-268, 2013
16-aryloxyprostaglandins: a new class of potent luteolytic agent
D Binder, J Bowler, ED Brown, NS Crossley, J Hutton, M Senior, L Slater, ...
Prostaglandins 6 (1), 87-90, 1974
Assessing conservation status and trends for the world’s butterflies: the Sampled Red List Index approach
OT Lewis, MJM Senior
Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 121-128, 2011
Increasing the scientific evidence base in the “high conservation value”(HCV) approach for biodiversity conservation in managed tropical landscapes
MJM Senior, E Brown, P Villalpando, JK Hill
Conservation Letters 8 (5), 361-367, 2015
Reframing the evidence base for policy-relevance to increase impact: a case study on forest fragmentation in the oil palm sector
JM Lucey, G Palmer, KL Yeong, DP Edwards, MJM Senior, SA Scriven, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology, 731-736, 2017
Biodiversity of leaf-litter ants in fragmented tropical rainforests of Borneo: the value of publically and privately managed forest fragments
N Tawatao, JM Lucey, M Senior, S Benedick, C Vun Khen, JK Hill, ...
Biodiversity and conservation 23, 3113-3126, 2014
Dissecting the self-assembly kinetics of multimeric pore-forming toxins
AA Lee, MJ Senior, MI Wallace, TE Woolley, IM Griffiths
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 13 (114), 20150762, 2016
Common guidance for the management and monitoring of High Conservation Values
E Brown, MJM Senior
HCV Resource Network, 2014
HCV Management and Monitoring A Review of Field-Level Barriers to Effective HCV Management and Monitoring in RSPO-Certified Oil Palm Plantations
J Lyons-White, P Villalpando, M Zrust, G Khairina, M Colchester, ...
RSPO and HCVRN, Oxford, UK, 2017
The Reduction of Prostaglandin Intermediates Using Alumino Hydride Reagents
J Hutton, M Senior, NCA Wright
Synthetic Communications 9 (9), 799-808, 1979
Single-molecule imaging of cholesterol-dependent cytolysin assembly
M Senior, C Monico, EE Weatherill, RJ Gilbert, AP Heuck, MI Wallace
University of Oxford, 2015
Trait-dependent declines of species following conversion of tropical forest to oil palm plantations
MJM Senior, KC Hamer, S Bottrell
Biodivers. Conserv 184, 414-423, 2013
Divergent tree seedling communities indicate different trajectories of change among rain forest remnants
G Stride, CD Thomas, S Benedick, JA Hodgson, A Jelling, MJM Senior, ...
Diversity and Distributions 25 (11), 1751-1762, 2019
Fluorescence imaging of MACPF/CDC proteins: new techniques and their application
MJ Senior, MI Wallace
MACPF/CDC Proteins-Agents of Defence, Attack and Invasion, 293-319, 2014
Data from: Contrasting patterns of local richness of seedlings, saplings and trees may have implications for regeneration in rainforest remnants
G Stride, CD Thomas, S Benedick, JA Hodgson, A Jelling, MJM Senior, ...
University of Liverpool, 2018
Assessing biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in fragmented tropical landscapes
MJM Senior
University of York, 2014
Sustainable management practices do not reduce oil palm yields on smallholder farms on Borneo
S Gutierrez Al-Khudhairy, TR Howells, A Bin Sailim, CJ McClean, ...
Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 47 (1), 3-24, 2023
Single-Molecule Imaging of Perfringolysin O Binding and Assembly on Model Membranes
MJ Senior, C Monico, AP Heuck, RJC Gilbert, MI Wallace
Biophysical Journal 110 (3), 415a, 2016
Imaging the Assembly of Perfringolysin O
MJ Senior, AP Heuck, RJC Gilbert, MI Wallace
Biophysical Journal 108 (2), 81a, 2015
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