1. VII. The spread of potato virus diseases in the field
  2. Restarting agriculture in devastated Europe
  3. Trends in agriculture in relation to nutrition
  4. The Atlantic Charter and its agricultural implications
  5. The subdivision of the clay fraction in mechanical analysis
  6. Our Agriculture Its Relation to Ourselves and Others
  7. Factors influencing infection of the tomato by Verticillium albo‐atrum
  8. Rothamsted experiments on mangolds 1872–1940 I Effect of manures on yields of roots
  9. Rothamsted experiments on mangolds 1872–1940 II Effect of manures on the growth of the plant
  10. The role of moisture in soil mechanics
  11. The preparation of a standard pyrethrum extract in heavy mineral oil, with observations on the relative toxicities of the pyrethrins in oil and aqueous media
  12. Loss of Thiamin from Cooked Potato
  13. The vitamin B1 content of potatoes
  14. Ovicidal Properties of certain Insecticides of Plant Origin.(Nicotine, Pyrethrins, Deeris Products)
  15. Chronic Pulmonary Disease in South Wales Coal Miners. II.-Environmental Studies The composition of the air-borne dusts at the coalfield in certain mines
  16. Neutralization of some plant viruses by rabbit sera
  17. The mica of certain coal-measure shales in South Wales
  18. Chronic pulmonary disease in South Wales coalminers II Environmental studies Appendix II The composition of the dust in the run-of mine coal
  19. Chronic pulmonary disease in South Wales coalminers II Environmental studies The chemical and X-ray diffraction analysis of the roof and clod of some South Wales coal seams and of the mineral matter in coal
  20. Competition for Nitrogen between the Take-all Fungus and the Roots of Crop Plants
  21. Some orthogonal properties of the 4× 4 and 6× 6 latin squares
  22. Recent developments in the wireworm survey
  23. The statistical treatment of toxicological data relating to ore than one dosage factor
  24. The detection of linkage VII Combination of data from matings of known and unknown phase
  25. The effects of salts on the formation of protein complexes during heat denaturation
  26. Value of the pF Scale of Soil Moisture for Expressing the Soil Moisture Relations of Wireworms
  27. The determination of rotenone in derris root. A reply
  28. Note on the occurrence of Ophiobolus graminis Sacc. var. avenae EM Turner in Scotland in 1942
  29. Value of phloem necrosis in the diagnosis of potato leaf‐roll
  30. Value of phloem necrosis in the diagnosis of potato leaf‐roll
  31. Behaviour of the fungus Rhizoctonia solani Kiihn in the soil
  32. Bulb Correction in Capillary Tube Viscometry
  33. Studies of fluctuations in insect populations X Prolonged larval life and delayed subsequent emergence of the adult gall midge
  34. Studies of wild populations
  35. Birds and butterflies
  36. Area and number of species
  37. A method of collecting and storing without pressure insects and galls attached to leaves
  38. A safe method of measuring the wings of set butterflies
  39. The numbers of publications written by biologists
  40. The West Africa Commission, 1938-1939 Technical Reports
  41. Composts, their preparation and value
  42. The maintenance of soil fertility
  43. Sharp eyespot of wheat caused by Corticium (Rhizoctonia) Solani
  44. Minor elements and plant growth
  45. The inactivation of tomato bushy stunt virus by heating and freezing
  46. Methods for the purification of tomato bushy stunt and tobacco mosaic viruses
  47. Methods and purposes of agricultural surveys
  48. Daily and seasonal changes in the surface temperature of fallow soil at Rothamsted
  49. Experiments on the poisoning of honeybees by insecticidal and fungicidal sprays used in orchards
  50. The behaviour of a population of honeybees on an artificial and on a natural crop
  51. The relation between the number of species and the number of individuals in a random sample of an animal population
  52. The fractional replication of factorial arrangements
  53. Biological methods of determining the insecticidal values of pyrethrum preparation (particularly of extracts in heavy oil)