1936

  1. Rothamsted Conference RC No 19 : The Production of Pigs for Bacon
  2. A physical description of soil tilth
  3. The work of the Fermentation department 1913-1936
  4. A study of heart-rot of young sugar-beet plants grown in culture solutions
  5. Field experimentation at Rothamsted in the years 1926-1936
  6. The effect of potassium chloride on the diurnal changes of the carbohydrates of the potato leaf
  7. The binding of glacial phosphoric acid by the proteins of wheat flour
  8. The present state of our ignorance concerning the nodules of leguminous plants
  9. Stimulation of root-hair growth in legumes by sterile secretions of nodule bacteria
  10. Reduction of nodule numbers and growth, produced by the addition of sodium nitrate to lucerne in sand culture
  11. Studies on European foul brood of bees II The production of the disease experimentally
  12. Abridged report of the brood disease investigations the foul brood investigation from the year ending September 30th 1936
  13. Bacillus alvei and Bacillus para-alvei
  14. Fish-poison plants as insecticides. A review of recent work
  15. Occurrence of rotenone in Tephrosia macropoda Harv
  16. The problem of the evaluation of rotenone-containing plants II Derris Elliptic A, Derris Malaccensis and the Sumatra Type roots
  17. The problem of the evaluation of rotenone-containing plants III A study of the optical activities of the resins of D. Elliptic A, D. Malaccensis and the Sumatra Type roots
  18. A device for the rapid counting of large numbers of small insects
  19. On the nocturnal activity of Tipulinae (Diptera) as measured by a light trap II The influence of temperature cloud and moonlight on the number of insects capured
  20. On the nocturnal activity of Tipulinae (Diptera) as measured by a light trap I The time of flight and proportion of sexes
  21. The association of xylan with cellulose in certain structural celluloses
  22. The composition of some vegetable fibres with particular reference to jute
  23. The destruction of oak by the death-watch beetle
  24. The biological decomposition of lignin
  25. The composition of forage crops I Rye grass (Western Wolths.)
  26. The oxidation of amino-acids by hypochlorite I Glycine
  27. The two ends of straw
  28. On the lattice shrinkage and structure of montmorillonite
  29. A new apparatus for separating insects and other arthropods from the soil
  30. The distribution of mannan in some gymnosperms
  31. A Note on the Adult Female of Anguillulina aptini (Sharga), A Nematode Parasitising Aptinothrips rufus Gmelin
  32. A note on an unidentified fungus in the body cavity of two thysanopterous insects
  33. The biological oxidation of stearic acid in percolating filters
  34. The biological oxidation of carbohydrates V The decomposition of cellulose in the activated sludge process and in percolating filters
  35. Studies of migrant insects
  36. A note on the hibernation of Micraspis sedecimpunctata l. (var. 12‐punctata l.), (col. Cocc.), at Rothamsted Experimental Station
  37. The physiology of the sheep blow‐fly Lucilia sericata meig. (Diptera)
  38. Some aspects of cultivation and other power operations on the farm
  39. The growth of clover in the presence of ammonium sulphate
  40. Factors affecting the formation of local lesions by tobacco mosaic virus
  41. Stem and inflorescence galls on yarrow (Achillea millefolium L.) caused by the nematode Anguina millefolii (Low, 1874) Filipjev, 1936
  42. Some aspects of cultivation and other power operations on the farm
  43. Land drainage: the area of benefit
  44. Relation of so-called Streptococcus apis to certain Lactic Acid Streptococci
  45. The circulation of water in the soil between the surface and the level of underground water
  46. The role of plasmodesms in the translocation of virus
  47. The susceptibility of the plant cell to virus disease
  48. The histology of the necrotic lesions induced by virus diseases
  49. The early development of the cotton fibre
  50. A study of some physical properties of flour doughs in relation to their breadmaking qualities
  51. The relationship between conditions governing rupture and flow
  52. A physical test for Ling honey
  53. The action of sodium nitrate upon the infection of lucerne root-hairs by nodule bacteria
  54. The abnormal structure induced in nodules on lucerne (Medicago sativa L.) by the supply of sodium nitrate to the host plant
  55. Short-period fluctuations in the numbers of bacterial cells in soil
  56. Factors affecting the amount of infection obtained by aphis transmission of the virus Hy. III
  57. An examination of the sampling observations on wheat of the crop-weather scheme
  58. An enumeration of the confounded arrangements in the 2x2x2 factorial designs
  59. Almond and peach buds attacked by a gall midge in Greece
  60. The treatment and disposal of milk factory effluents I By means of percolating filters and septic tanks
  61. Proceedings of the Association Of Applied Biologists
  62. Soils and fertilisers
  63. The soils of Britain and their classification
  64. The work of the Entomological Department at Rothamsted 1915-1936
  65. Our butterfly visitors from abroad
  66. British immigrant butterflies and moths - Set E.57
  67. British immigrant butterflies and moths
  68. IX - The influence of moonlight on the activity of certain nocturnal insects, particularly of the family Noctuidae as indicated by a light trap
  69. Collected records relating to insect migration: Third series
  70. A modified Greenwich night-cloud recorder used for ecological work
  71. CP37 Apple cider and cider products
  72. Rainfall and cotton yields in the Sudan Gezira
  73. The technique of modern field experiments
  74. Some new British records of fungi on wheat : Cercosporella herpotrichoides Fron., Gibellina cerealis Pass., and Ophiobolus herpotrichus (Fr.) Sacc
  75. The effect of constant and fluctuating temperature on the germination of the weed seeds in arable soil
  76. The weed seed population of arable soil: III. The re-establishment of weed species after reduction by fallowing
  77. The essential nature of certain minor elements for plant nutrition
  78. The x2 distribution for the binomial and poisson series, with small expectations
  79. The statistical analysis of field counts of diseased plants
  80. An experiment on observer's bias in the selection of shoot-heights
  81. Liquid crystalline substances from virus-infected plants
  82. A new method of arranging variety trials involving a large number of varieties
  83. Incomplete latin squares
  84. Crop estimation and forecasting: indications of the sampling observations on wheat
  85. Applications of the sampling technique to crop estimation and forecasting
  86. Incomplete randomized blocks
  87. The biology of leptobyrsa rhododendri horvath (hemiptera, tingitidae), the rhododendron lacebug
  88. Structure in relation to chromic oxidation of nitrogenous substances
  89. Determination of carbon and nitrogen by the action of chromic acid under reduced pressure