1. Soil conditions and the take‐all disease of wheat VI The effect of plant nutrition upon disease resistance
  2. The Rothamsted experiments on the manuring of potatoes Part I Effects of nitrogenous phosphatic and potassic manuring
  3. The Rothamsted experiments on the manuring of potatoes. Part III. The effect of fertilizers on the habit of growth and other characters of potatoes. General Summary
  4. The Rothamsted experiments on the manuring of potatoes. Pt. II. Effect of inorganic and organic manures on the yield of potatoes
  5. The Soils and Vegetation of the Bin and Clashindarroch Forests
  6. On the distribution of a variate whose logarithm is normally distributed
  7. The detection of linkage III Incomplete parental testing
  8. The detection of linkage II Further mating types scoring of Boyd's data
  9. Wireworm populations and their effect on crops
  10. The relationship of plant number and yield in sugar beet and mangolds
  11. The joint distribution of variance ratios based on a common error mean square
  12. The Formation of Protein Complexes in Heated Solutions of Rabbit Serum Proteins
  13. Quantitative studies on the serological reactions of some plant viruses and of a pea nodule bacterium (Rhizobium leguminosarum)
  14. Effect of heat on flocculating antibodies of rabbit antisera
  15. Physiological relationships between insects and their host plants II A preliminary study of the effects of aphides on the chemical composition of cabbage and field beans
  16. Studies in soil cultivation: X. The results of a six-year cultivation experiment
  17. Studies in soil cultivation: IX. The effect of inter-row tillage on the yield of potatoes
  18. The limited numbers of nodules produced on legumes by different strains of Rhizobium
  19. The temperature preferendum of certain insects
  20. Seasonal occurrence of the take‐all disease of wheat
  21. Variations in the cytoplasmic inclusions induced by three strains of tobacco mosaic virus
  22. II - The cytoplasmic and nuclear inclusions associated with severe etch virus
  23. Competition between related strains of nodule bacteria and its influence on infection of the legume host
  24. Studies of fluctuations in insect populations VIII The wheat blossom midges on Broadbalk, 1932-40, with a discussion of results obtained 1927-40
  25. Sampling for leatherjackets with orthodichlorobenzene emulsion
  26. Non-precipitating protein antigens
  27. Some properties of complexes formed when antigens are heated in the presence of serologically unspecific proteins
  28. The serological reactions of viruses causing tobacco necrosis
  29. Fertilizer policy in wartime. The fertilizer requirements of arable crops
  30. Laboratory experiments on evaporation from fallow soil
  31. Drainage and evaporation from fallow soil at Rothamsted
  32. A possible new cure for acarine disease of honeybees
  33. On measuring the efficiency of a tractor by its fuel consumption
  34. The colonization of buried wheat straw by soil fungi, with special reference to Fusarium Culmorum
  35. Soil conditions and the take-all disease of wheat: VII - Survival of Ophiobolus Graminis on the roots of different grasses
  36. Some properties of tobacco etch viruses
  37. A study of the frequency with which honeybees visit red clover (trifolium pratense), together with an examination of the environmental conditions
  38. A laboratory spraying apparatus and technique for investigating the action of contact insecticides. With some notes on suitable test insects