1933

  1. Fungus diseases at Rothamsted and Woburn 1931-1932 (Take-all, Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici)
  2. Rothamsted Conference RC No 14 : Mechanization and British Agriculture
  3. Rothamsted Conference RC No 15 : Recent Developments in Market Gardening
  4. Streak in tomatoes aseptically grown
  5. Some aspects of virus disease in plants
  6. Recent changes in the sources of our food supply
  7. Investigations on Barley: Report on the Ten Years of Experiments Under the Institute of Brewing Research Scheme, 1922-1931
  8. The significance of certain “single value” soil constants
  9. Books and the farmer
  10. The behaviour of nitrogenous fertilizers in grassland soils
  11. Capacitance Hygroscopy and some of its Applications
  12. Rapid methods of examining soils. II. The use of p–nitrophenol for assessing lime status
  13. Rapid methods of examining soils. III. The use of dihydrogen potassium phosphate in studying base exchange capacity
  14. The influence of environmental conditions on the development of the angular leaf spot disease of cotton V The influence of alternating and varying conditions of infection
  15. The climatic and soil requirements of tea
  16. Dasyneura Leguminicola (Lint.) The clover seed midge
  17. Some Cecidomyidae attacking the seed of Dactyles Glomerata L. and Lolium Perenne L.
  18. Notes on the Structure and Development of the Female Genital System in Dasyneura leguminicola Lint.(Cecidomyidae-Diptera)
  19. The morphology and anatomy of the larva of Dasyneura leguminicola Lint
  20. Some aspects of the chemistry of the plant cell-wall
  21. A preliminary investigation of the development of structural constituents in the barley plant (With three text-figures.)
  22. The natural decomposition of plant materials
  23. The biological decomposition of plant materials VIII The availability of the nitrogen of fungal tissues
  24. Lignin content of cellulose products
  25. A new method for the determination of cellulose, based upon observations on the removal of lignin and other encrusting materials
  26. On the Biology of some Species of Longitarsus (Col., Chrysom.) living on Ragwort
  27. Rothamsted experiments on residual values of leguminous crop
  28. Statistical tables
  29. Application of the method of maximum likelihood to the improvement of curves fitted by the method of moments
  30. The Influence of Rainfall on the Yield of Mangolds at Rothamsted1
  31. A Statistical examination of the yield of mangolds from Barnfield at Rothamsted (With Six Text-figures)
  32. The biological oxidation of carbohydrate solutions: Part III Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium balances in percolating filters
  33. The biological oxidation of carbohydrate solutions: Part II The oxidation of sucrose in the presence of different inorganic nitrogen compounds
  34. The design of experimental percolating filters
  35. The production of mucus during the decomposition of plant materials 2 The effect of changes in the flora
  36. The production of mucus during the decomposition of plant materials 1 The effect of environmental conditions
  37. The Degree of Humification in Manures Measured By the Use of Hydrogen Peroxide
  38. Some aspects of the physiology of certain nitrite‐forming bacteria
  39. The Physiology of Virus Diseases in Plants IV The nature of the virus agent of Acuba or yellow mosaic of tomato
  40. Barley protein researches. Prediction of extract II. The effect of variety on the relation between nitrogen content and extract
  41. Experimental methods for the study of soil cultivation
  42. Applications of photography to agricultural research [early photographs of Rothamsted taken from the air]
  43. The development of assimilatory tissue in Solanaceous hosts infected with aucuba mosaic of tomato
  44. Virus disease and intracellular inclusions on plants
  45. The relationship between viscosity, elasticity and plastic strength of a soft material as illustrated by some mechanical properties of flour dough.—II
  46. The relationship between viscosity, elasticity and plastic strength of a soft material as illustrated by some mechanical properties of flour dough.-III
  47. Studies of fluctuations in insect populations II The infestation of Meadow Foxtail Grass (Alopecurus pratensis) by the Gall Midge Dasyneura alopecuri (Reuter) (Cecidomyidae)
  48. Two further instances of flies swarming of Rothamsted experimental station with some references to this phenomenon
  49. Gall midges (Cecidomyidae) as enemies of mites
  50. The nitrification process in soils and biological filters
  51. A Cambium miner, of basket willows (Agromyzidae) and its inquiline gall midge (Cecidomyidae)
  52. Soils and fertilisers
  53. Developments in soil science and recent British contributions to its literature
  54. The influence of length of day on the response of plants to boron
  55. The weed seed population of arable soil: II. Influence of crop, soil and methods of cultivation upon the relative abundance of viable seeds
  56. Colonisation by Epilobium angustifolium
  57. The principles of orthogonality and confounding in replicated experiments - With Seven Text-figures
  58. On the validity of Fisher's z test when applied to an actual example of non-normal data. (With five text-figures.)
  59. The formation of Latin squares for use in field experiments
  60. An experiment on the incidence and spread of angular leaf-spot disease of cotton in Uganda
  61. The analysis of replicated experiments when the field results are incomplete
  62. Selection in the production of the ever-sporting stocks
  63. On the evidence against the chemical induction of melanism in Lepidoptera
  64. The concepts of inverse probability and fiducial probability referring to unknown parameters
  65. Number of Mendelian factors in quantitative inheritance