1934

  1. The interaction of clay with water and organic liquids as measured by specific volume changes and its relation to the phenomena of crumb formation in soils
  2. On the measurement of imbibitional water
  3. Studies on calcium cyanamide. IV. The use of calcium cyanamide and other forms of nitrogen on grassland
  4. Titration of Protein with Trichloroacetic Acid
  5. The determination of amino-acids in wheat flour
  6. Review of the work of the Bacteriology Department
  7. Some effects of clipping the tops upon the root development of lucerne (Medicago sativa L.)
  8. The numbers of bacterial cells in field soils, as estimated by the ratio method
  9. The loss of activity of pyrethrum II
  10. The soils of the Teindland state forest
  11. The value of a uniformity trial in field experimentation with rubber
  12. The biological decomposition of plant materials IX The aerobic decomposition of hemicelluloses
  13. A study of the Compositton and Utilisation of Alberta Peats
  14. On the Biology of Psylliodes Hyoxcyami Linn. (Chrysomelidae, Coleoptera), The Henbane Flea‐Beetle, with Descriptions of the Larval Stages
  15. Microbes in association
  16. The derivation of the nitrogen of crop plants, with special reference to associated growth
  17. Yield, duration, and droughtresistance of lucerne as influenced by frequency and time of cutting.
  18. The fertilizer value of basic slags and other phosphates
  19. The chemistry of soils and fertilizers
  20. The Effects of Rainfall and Temperature on Percolation through drain gauges
  21. The use of the glass electrode in soil reaction and oxidation-reduction potential measurements
  22. The determination of lignin II Errors introduced by the presence of proteins
  23. The determination of lignin I Errors introduced by the presence of certain carbohydrates
  24. The application of heat of wetting measurements to soil research problems
  25. The border effect in plot experiments
  26. The work of the General Microbiology Department Rothamsted
  27. Possible chemical nature of tobacco mosaic virus
  28. The Physiology of Virus Diseases in Plants VI Some effects of mosaic on the metabolism of the tomato
  29. The Physiology of Virus Diseases in Plants V The movement of the virus agent in tobacco and tomato
  30. The control of virus diseases of the tomato
  31. The fertilizing value of green manures rotted under different conditions
  32. The Decomposition of Green Manures in Soil
  33. The functions of mechanical power in soil cultivation
  34. The contribution of Rothamsted to Soil Physics
  35. Experiments bearing on the nature of intracellular inclusions in plant virus diseases
  36. XVIII The constancy of the viscosity of strong lithium chloride solutions at low velocity gradients
  37. Further evidence upon the nitrogen uptake of grass grown with lucerne
  38. The effect of sodium nitrate on the growth and nitrogen content of a lucerne and grass mixture
  39. An Examination of the Degtjareff Method for Determining Soil Organic Matter, and a Proposed Modification of the Chromic Acid Titration Method
  40. The Asparagus Miner (Melan Agromyza Simplex H. Loew) (Agromyzidae; Diptera)
  41. Some biological and economic aspects of the gall midges
  42. Sudden outbreaks of insect pests
  43. Studies of fluctuations in insect populations III The gall midge, Rhabdophaga heterobia HLW, on black maul variety of Salix Triandra At Syston, leicestershire, 1927-1933
  44. Soils and fertilisers
  45. British immigrant insects
  46. CP32Treatment of apple pomace for pectic extraction
  47. Basic slags and mineral phosphates
  48. Infectivity of summer Sporangia of potato wart disease in incipient infections on varieties immune in the field
  49. Studies in the absorption of calcium from nutrient solutions with special reference to the presence or absence of boron
  50. The fertilising value and nitrifiability of humic materials prepared from coal (with three text-figures)
  51. The effect of rubidium sulphate and palladium chloride on the growth of plants
  52. Observer's bias in sampling-observations on wheat
  53. A complex pig-feeding experiment
  54. The analysis of multiple classifications with unequal numbers in the different classes
  55. The 6×6 latin squares
  56. Contingency tables involving small numbers and the chi-squared test
  57. The effect of environmental conditions upon pyrethrum (chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium). II
  58. The effect of environmental conditions upon pyrethrum (chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium). I
  59. An apparatus for testing contact insecticides
  60. A comparison of English and Canadian tomato virus diseases