1. Report of the Bee Department 1946
  2. Report of the Bee Department for the years 1939-1945
  3. Studies on Soil Acrasieae: 1. Distribution of species of Dictyostelium in soils of Great Britain and the effect of bacteria on their development
  4. Studies on Soil Acrasieae: 2. The Active Life of Species of Dictyostelium in Soil and the Influence thereon of Soil Moisture and Bacterial Food
  5. Myxobacteria in soils and composts; their distribution, number and lytic action on bacteria
  6. Comparative Physiological Studies on the Growth of Field Crops: I. Variation in Net Assimilation Rate and Leaf Area between Species and Varieties, and within and between Years
  7. Comparative physiological studies on the growth of field crops: II. The effect of varying nutrient supply on net assimilation rate and leaf area
  8. Calculation of surface areas from measurements of negative adsorption
  9. The electric charge on soil particles
  10. The measurement of evaporation
  11. A ratio low governing the equilibrium of cations in the soil solution
  12. Some problems connected with the retention of ions by clay constituents
  13. The significance of particle size in relation to soils
  14. A dipping apparatus for estimating the toxicity of insecticides in liquid media
  15. The competition between barley and certain weeds under controlled conditions II Competition with Holcus Mollis
  16. Some recent developments in soil survey and pedology
  17. The nomenclature of the halloysite minerals
  18. A simple automatic percolator
  19. The place of statistics in agricultural research
  20. Future developments in agricultural meteorology
  21. The study of soil organic matter and organic manures by means of field experiments
  22. Studies on dandelion yellow mosaic and other virus diseases of lettuce
  23. Variations in the reaction of White Burley tobacco to the tomato aucuba mosaic virus and to some other strains of tobacco mosaic virus
  24. Recent developments in the design of field experiments. IV. Lattice squares with split plots
  25. A simple approach to confounding and fractional replication in factorial experiments
  26. Soluble complexes of manganic manganese
  27. The defence of aphids against predators and parasites
  28. Caddis flies
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  30. A laboratory comparison of the toxicity as a contact poison of DDT with nicotine, derris products and the pyrethrins
  31. The Effect of Medium on the Toxicity of DDT to Aphids
  32. Annona species as insecticides
  33. LXV On the cocoons of some British Lumbricidae
  34. LIX.—Some notes on reproduction in British earthworms
  35. LVII.—A method of studying the burrowing activities of earthworms
  36. XLVI.—On some earthworms from Iowa, including a description of a new species
  37. Differentiation of the Vegetative and Sporogenous Phases of the Actinomycetes: 2. Factors affecting the Development of the Aerial Mycelium
  38. Differentiation of the Vegetative and Sporogenous Phases of the Actinomycetes: 1. The Lipid Nature of the Outer Wall of the Aerial Mycelium
  39. The influence of rainfall on the yield and botanical composition of permanent grass at Rothamsted
  40. The easily reducible manganese of soils
  41. An analysis of captures of Aphididae (Hemiptera) in a light trap
  42. On the ecology of beetles of the genus Agriotes with special reference to A. obscurus
  43. Protective antigens isolated from Br. Arbotus
  44. Methods of Deferred Sentencing in Testing the Fraction Defective of a Continuous Output
  45. The determination of the factor for pyrethrin 1 in the mercury method
  46. Factors affecting the loss of yield of sugar beet caused by beet yellows virus. II. Nutrition and variety
  47. Soils and fertilizers
  48. Soils and health - Advancement of science - presidential address to Section M (Agriculture) of the British Association
  49. Rothamsted Experimental Station
  50. The logarithmic series and its application to biological problems
  51. The logarithmic series and the comparison of island floras
  52. The field of research in preventive entomology
  53. The generic relations of species in small ecological communities
  54. The use of salt for sugar beet
  55. The essential nature of certain minor elements for plant nutrition. II
  56. Some properties of potato virus x in leaf extracts made in different ways
  57. Primula obconica, a carrier of tobacco necrosis viruses
  58. The influence of light intensity on the susceptibility of plants to certain viruses
  59. The behaviour of some naturally occurring strains of potato virus y
  60. Technique of the analysis of variance
  61. Analysis of data from all possible reciprocal crosses between a set of parental lines
  62. Evaporation in nature
  63. A note on differential responses in blocks
  64. The production of dermatitis by pyrethrum and attempts to produce a non-irritant extract