1. Some recent developments in virus research
  2. The Rothamsted field experiments on barley 1852-1937
  3. The Rothamsted field experiments on barley 1852-1937 II Effects of phosphatic and potassic fertilizers deterioration under continuous cropping
  4. Rapports des Bureau Imperiaux de l'Empire Britannique avec les travaux des Departments d'Agriculture d'Outre-Mer
  5. Farming in the Soviet Russia
  6. Die Reaktion der Ernten auf die Handelsdünger in England
  7. National planning in agriculture its possibilities and limits
  8. The farming problem in Russia - how it is being met
  9. The nitrogen cycle in grassland soils: with especial reference to the Rothamsted Park Grass Experiment
  10. A Comparative Physiological Study of Sugar-beet and Mangold with respect to Growth and Sugar Accumulation: II. Changes in Sugar Content
  11. The errors of flow-meters and the advantages of a new type of constriction
  12. Physical chemistry of clay
  13. The Representation of Soil Colour by Means of the CLE. Co-ordinates
  14. Pore-size distribution as revealed by the dependence of suction (pF) on moisture content
  15. Report on the Hemiptera-Heteroptera taken in the light trap at Rothamsted Experimental Station during the four years 1933-1936
  16. Annotated list of species of Hemiptera-Heteroptera not hitherto recorded for Middlesex
  17. Studies on European foul brood of bees IV On the attempted cultivation of Bacillus Pluton the susceptibility of invidividual larvae to inoculation with this organism and its localization within its host
  18. Studies on American foul brood of bees III The resistance of individual larvae to inoculation with the endospores of bacillus larvae
  19. The problem of the evaluation of rotenone-containing plants IV The toxicity to Aphis rumicis of certain products isolated from derris root
  20. The chemical evaluation of pyrethrum flowers (Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium): A comparison of several methods
  21. Factors affecting the extraction and ripening of honey I The inflence of temperature upon rate and ripening of honey
  22. Notes on the composition of some 1937 honeys
  23. The analysis of mixtures of glucose and fructose with special reference to honey
  24. The starling friend or enemy?
  25. Recent investigations into bee-keeping at Rothamsted
  26. On the atomic arrangement and variability of the members of the montmorillonite group (With Plate V.)
  27. Rod-shaped clay particles
  28. Two new species of Aleurodidae found on ferns in greenhouses in Britain
  29. Some factors influencing the cobalt contents of soils
  30. Readily soluble manganese of soils and marsh spot of peas
  31. A New Compound from Derris elliptica Resin
  32. Migrations of the Silver-Y Moth (Plusia gamma) in Great Britain
  33. A Migration of Cabbage-White Butterflies in Hertfordshire in May, 1937
  34. Soil conditions and the take-all disease of wheat III Decomposition of the resting mycelium of Ophiobolus graminis in infected wheat stubble buried in the soil
  35. Soil conditions and the root‐infecting fungi
  36. Studies on the distribution of nitrogen in insects. II. A note on the estimation and some properties of insect cuticle
  37. Studies on the distribution of nitrogen in insects. I. In the castes of the wasp, Vespvla germanica (fab.)
  38. Physiological relationships between insects and their host plants I. The effect of the chemical composition of the plant on reproduction and production of winged forms in Brevicoryne Brassicae l. (Aphididae)
  39. The measurement of pF in soil by freezing-point
  40. The indirect determination of the “wilting coefficient” by the freezing-point method, and the influence of the salts upon the pF at that critical moisture content
  41. A critical survey of investigations on the wilting coefficient of soils
  42. Studies in soil cultivation: VIII. The influence of the seed bed on crop growth
  43. Studies in soil cultivation: VII. The effect of cultivation on crop yield
  44. Production of growth-substance by clover nodule bacteria
  45. An attempted fractionation of the soil phosphorus
  46. Vein clearing and vein banding induced by Hyoscyamus III disease
  47. Are cultivations overdone?
  48. Compressibility curves as a quantitative measure of soil tilth, II
  49. Further studies on the relationship between hyoscyamus virus 3 and the aphis Myzus persicae (Sulz.) with special reference to the effects of fasting
  50. A comparative physiological study of sugar-beet and mangold with respect to growth and sugar accumulation I Growth analysis of the crop in the field
  51. The Macaulay Institute for Soil Research Aberdeen University Review Collected Papers: Vol. 1-10
  52. The migration of the cabbage white butterfly
  53. Recent Progress in the Study of Some North American Migrant Butterflies
  54. The migration of butterflies in India
  55. Crystalline and liquid crystalline viruses
  56. Discussion on recent work on heavy proteins in virus infection and its bearing on the nature of viruses
  57. Comparative effects of cobalt, nickel and copper on plant growth
  58. Studies on American foul brood of bees II. The germination of the endospores of bacillus larvae in media containing embryonic tissues
  59. Recent advances in mathematical statistics: Recent work on the analysis of variance
  60. Some difficulties in the statistical analysis of replicated experiments
  61. The omission or addition of an independent variate in multiple linear regression
  62. Note on J. B. S. Haldane's paper: “ The exact value of the moments of the distribution of χ2.” (p 133–143)
  63. Field experiments on the control of wireworms
  64. An extension of Gold's method of examining the apparent persistence of one type of weather
  65. Crop estimation and its relation to agricultural meteorology
  66. Liquid crystalline preparations of potato virus “X”
  67. Crystalline preparations of tomato bushy stunt virus
  68. A plant virus preparation in a fully crystalline state
  69. A note on some protein constituents of normal tobacco and tomato leaves
  70. Orthogonal functions and tests of significance in the analysis of variance
  71. The gain in efficiency resulting from the use of balanced designs
  72. The statistical utilization of multiple measurements
  73. The analysis of groups of experiments
  74. The physical basis of soil structure