1. Salt into sugar - a wight-for weight return in additional sugar is conclusive proof of the value of salt for the beet crop
  2. Rothamsted Chemistry Department for the years 1939-1945
  3. Soil Acrasieae and their bacterial food supply
  4. Silica jelly as a substrate for counting holozoic protozoa
  5. Modern ideas on potato cultivation
  6. Underground spread of potato virus X
  7. The Rothamsted experiments on mangolds 1876-1940. IV The composition of the mangolds grown on Barnfield (i) the dry matter content of leaves and roots
  8. The Rothamsted experiments on mangolds 1876-1940. IV The composition of the mangolds grown on Barnfield (ii) the nitrogen-content of leaves and roots
  9. The dissociation constants of the carboxyl and hydroxyl groups in some insoluble and sol-forming polysaccharides
  10. Ionic forces in thick films of liquid between charged surfaces
  11. Relation of crystal size and shape to contact toxicity of DDT suspensions
  12. The investigation of soil clays by X-rays
  13. Weather and crops
  14. Modern trends in fertiliser practice
  15. Factors contributing to the bacteriolytic effect of species of myxococci upon viable eubacteria
  16. The Analysis of a Series of Experiments by the Use of Punched Cards
  17. The use of a punched-card system for the analysis of survey data, with special reference to the analysis of the National farm survey
  18. Manganese deficiency in peas and other crops in relation to the availability of soil manganese
  19. Divalent manganese in soil extracts
  20. Manganese toxicity affecting crops on acid soils
  21. Effects of atmospheric environment, before and after treatment, on the toxicity to insects of contact poisons I
  22. The control of narcissus leaf diseases III. Sclerotinia polyblastis Greg, on Narcissus tazetta var. Soleil d'Or
  23. A study of violet root rot I Factors affecting production and growth of mycelial strands in Helicobasidium purpureum pat
  24. Reduction of take-all by artificial fertilizers
  25. A multiple-point inoculating needle for agar plates
  26. The analysis of a factorial series of insecticide tests
  27. Recent Developments in the design of field experiments. II. Unbalanced split-plot confounding
  28. Recent developments in the design of field experiments. I. Split-plot confounding
  29. The Separation of Different Strains of Bacteriophage from a Crude Culture
  30. Combination of potato virus X and tobacco mosaic virus with pepsin and trypsin
  31. Combination between different proteins and between proteins and yeast nucleic acid
  32. The shallot aphis, Myzus ascalonicus Doncaster, and its behaviour as a vector of plant viruses
  33. The Shallot Aphis, Myzus ascalonicus sp. n.(Hemlptera, Aphldidae)
  34. Dr. Löwy's theory of ground-water accumulation
  35. Electron-Microscopy of Viruses: I. State of Aggregation of Tobacco Mosaic Virus
  36. VII — Preliminary studies in the electron microscope of some plant virus inclusion bodies
  37. The manuring of beans and peas
  38. The Stock-Carrying Capacity of Farms
  39. Metallo-organic Complexes in Soil
  40. The determination of the pyrethrins in pyrethrum concentrates in mineral oil
  41. Variation within Strains of Clover Nodule Bacteria in Size of Nodule Produced and in “Effectivity” of Symbiosis
  42. Genetical factors concerned in the symbiosis of clover and nodule bacteria
  43. The state of viruses in the infected cell
  44. The viruses
  45. Linear sequential rectifying inspection for controlling fraction defective
  46. The manometric determination of formic acid
  47. Studies on pectase
  48. The determination of the pyrethrin content of dilute preparations of pyrethrum flowers in oil
  49. Sugar beet yellows [Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Advisory Leaflet 323]
  50. Factors affecting the loss of yield of sugar beet caused by beet yellows virus: I. Rate and date of infection; date of sowing and harvesting
  51. Some causes of chlorosis and necrosis of sugar-beet foliage
  52. The transmission of beet mosaic and beet yellows viruses by aphides; a comparative study of a non-persistent and a persistent virus having host plants and vectors in common
  53. Biochemistry of nitrification in soil. 3. Nitrification of various organic nitrogen compounds
  54. Biochemistry of nitrification in soil. 1. Kinetics of, and the effects of poisons on, soil nitrification as studied by a soil perfusion technique
  55. Biochemistry of nitrification in soil. 2. The site of soil nitrification
  56. The residual manurial values of fertilizers and feeding stuffs
  57. Soils and fertilizers
  58. Some Rothamsted contributions to agricultural chemistry
  59. The soil - Royal Society Empire Scientific Conference
  60. Yules characteristic and the index of diversity
  61. Climate and insect life
  62. Silico phosphate
  63. Bee culture in the United States of America - USA
  64. Molybdenum as a factor in the nutrition of lettuce
  65. Eyespot of wheat and barley in Scotland in 1944
  66. Eyespot and lodging of wheat
  67. The role of minor elements in the growth of plants
  68. Varietal differences in susceptibility to potato virus Y
  69. The virus content of plants suffering from tobacco mosaic
  70. A review of recent statistical developments in sampling and sampling surveys
  71. Further investigations on the value of electric heating of beehives
  72. The provision of supplementary food to hive bees
  73. Distribution of number of segments in earthworms and its significance