1927

  1. The effect of soil storage and water content on the protozoan population
  2. Experiments on the physiology and genetics the smut fungi - Hyphal-fusion
  3. On the Tracheal System of Collembola, with special reference to that of Sminthurus viridis, Lubb
  4. On the tracheal system of Collembola, with special reference to that of Sminthurus viridis (Linne)
  5. Methods for collecting parasites of earwigs
  6. On the Occurrence of Intermediates in Aphis rumicis L. and their Relation to the Alate and Apterous Viviparous Females
  7. On some Aphides infesting Tulips
  8. The place of the tractor in soil cultivation
  9. Some physical and physico-chemical effects of soil organic matter
  10. The American agricultural research and advisory system
  11. Science of the year - 1927 The biological sciences
  12. The quantitative study of soil fungi
  13. Immunity of potato varieties from attack by the wart disease fungus, synchytrium endob ioticum (schilb.) Perc.
  14. On the algae of some normal English soils
  15. On the carbon nutrition of some algae isolated from soil
  16. Soils and fertilisers
  17. Chemical aspects of soil cultivation
  18. A manometric apparatus for the direct determination of summation percentage curves in mechanical analysis
  19. Some physical properties of heavy alkaline soils under irrigation in the Sudan Gezira
  20. Soil Classification and Soil Surveys
  21. Nomographs for use in mechanical analysis calculations
  22. The direct determination of distribution curves of particle size in suspension
  23. Sulphur treatment of soil and the control of wart disease of potatoes in pot experiments
  24. Sulphur treatment of soil and the control of wart disease of potatoes in pot experiments
  25. The role of boron in the growth of plants
  26. The inter-relation between silicon and other elements in plant nutrition
  27. On the distribution of the error of an interpolated value, and on the construction of tables
  28. On some objections to mimicry theory; statistical and genetic
  29. Studies in crop variation: IV. The experimental determination of the value of top dressings with cereals