1929

  1. Rothamsted Conference RC No 7 : Malting Barley
  2. Recent agricultural developments in Australia
  3. Farming in Australasia - its bearing on British farming
  4. British agricultural research and the Empire
  5. The morphology and cytology of Bacterium malvacearum, E. F. S
  6. Determination of soluble carbohydrates, lactic acid and volatile fatty acids in soils and biological media
  7. Biochemistry of waterlogged soils Part III Decomposition of carbohydrates with special reference to formation of organic acids
  8. The role of the young lucerne plant in determining the infection of the root by the nodule-forming bacteria
  9. On the Annual Revision of Forecasting Formulas Based on Partial Regression Equations
  10. Additional hosts of Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilb) Perc.
  11. The feeding of bees
  12. A Recording Scale For Bee Hives
  13. The biological decomposition of plant materials II The role of the furfuraldehyde-yielding substances in the decomposition of straws
  14. The biological decomposition of plant materials I The nature and quantity of the furfuraldehyde-yielding substances in straws
  15. The evolution of dominance reply to Professor Sewall Wright
  16. Population and depopulation
  17. The over-production of food
  18. On the influence of the carbon: nitrogen ratios of organic material on the mineralisation of nitrogen
  19. Some methods of technique applicable to entomology
  20. Physiological studies in plant nutrition. I. The effect of manurial deficiency on the respiration and assimilation rate in barley
  21. Results of comparative investigations on the Quinhydrone electrode method
  22. The application of the Method of Maximum Likelihood to the estimation of linkage
  23. Pyrethrin I and II: Their estimation in pyrethrum (Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium). II
  24. Pyrethrin I and II: Their insecticidal value and estimation in Pyrethrum (Chrysanthemum cinebariaefolium). I
  25. Review on Der Feldversuch in der Praxis
  26. The estimation of yield in cereal crops by sampling methods
  27. Carbon dioxide production in sands and soil in the presence and absence of amoebae
  28. On The Occurrence Of The Partheno‐Genetic And Sexual Forms In Aphis Bumicis L., With Special Reference To The Influence Of Environmental Factors
  29. The internal condition of the host plant in relation to insect attack, with special reference to the influence of pyridine Part I The nature of the problems involved
  30. Can cultivation costs be reduced?
  31. Science of the year - 1929 The biological sciences
  32. Variation in fungi and bacteria
  33. Ueber die Geschwindigkeitsfunktion der Viskosität disperser Systeme
  34. Plastometric studies of soil and clay pastes
  35. The “inoculation” of lucerne (Medicago sativa, L.) in Great Britain
  36. The influence of the number of nodule bacteria applied to the seed upon nodule formation in legumes
  37. The effect of fresh straw on the growth of certain legumes
  38. Button Top of basket willows
  39. Unisexual families in Rhabdophaga heterobia H. Lw.(Cecidomyidae, Diptera). Ent
  40. Gall midges (dipt., Cecidomyidae) as enemies of aphids
  41. Two gall midges (Cecidomyidae) found in stored products
  42. Soils and fertilisers
  43. An error in soil reaction determinations by the quinhydrone method
  44. Note on a simple two compartment electrodialysis cell for the determina tion of exchangeable bases
  45. The flow of clay pastes through narrow tubes
  46. A note on some experiments dealing with sulphur treatment of a soil and its effect on wheat yield
  47. The phosphate requirement of barley at different periods of growth
  48. Fertilizer trials in 1929
  49. Note on the X2 test for goodness of fit
  50. On the frequency distribution of any number of deviates from the mean of a sample from a normal population and the partial correlations between them
  51. A study in sampling technique: the effect of artificial fertilisers on the yield of potatoes
  52. A problem in combinatorial analysis giving the distribution of certain moment statistics
  53. Fertilizer trials on the ordinary farm
  54. The variability of species in the Lepidoptera, with reference to abundance and sex
  55. Tests of significance in harmonic analysis
  56. Studies in crop variation: VI. Experiments on the response of the potato to potash and nitrogen
  57. The sieve of Eratosthenes
  58. A preliminary note on the effect of sodium silicate in increasing the yield of barley