1. Report of the Bee Department 1947
  2. Studies on Giant Amoeboid Organisms 2. Nuclear Division and Cyst Formation in Leptomyxa reticulata Goodey with Remarks on the Systematic Position of the Organism
  3. Studies on Giant Amoeboid Organisms 1. The Distribution of Leptomyxa reticulata Goodey in Soils of Great Britain and the Effect of Bacterial Food on Growth and Cyst Formation
  4. Current problems in soil cultivation
  5. Deep tillage
  6. The laboratory determination of the volume weight and air space of stony soil
  7. The effects of DDT and of benzene hexachloride on bees
  8. A semi-micro combustion method for the determination of organic carbon
  9. The concept of soil moisture deficit
  10. Measurement of internal surface by negative adsorption
  11. Human biochemical genetics
  12. The determination of uronic acids in soil
  13. A manometric method for the estimation of milligram quantities of uronic acids
  14. Leaf protease of tobacco and other plants
  15. Potato root eelworm, DD, and soil sterilization. I. Methods and criteria
  16. Potato Root Eelworm, DD, and Soil Sterilization. II. Results for 1946
  17. Insecticidal smokes
  18. Modern insecticides and methods of application for plant protection
  19. Trace elements and nitrification
  20. Complexes of clays with organic compounds. I. Complex formation between montmorillonite and halloysite and certain organic liquids
  21. Les mineraux argileux de quelques sols ecossais
  22. Adsorption by montmorillonite, and its relation to surface adsorption
  23. The Contact Toxicity of a Number of DDT Analogues and of Four Isomers of Benzene Hexachloride to Macrosiphoniella sanborni and Oryzaephilus Surinamensis
  24. 335. Decomposition of DDT [1: 1: 1-trichloro-2: 2-di-(4-chlorophenyl)-ethane] by basic substances
  25. the sorption of DDT and its analgues by chitin
  26. The phytotoxicity of DDT and of benzene hexachloride
  27. The influence of agricultural research statistics on the development of sampling theory
  28. Field experiments as the basis for planning fertilizer practice
  29. Fertilizer practice 1939-48
  30. A physiological study of leaf growth
  31. A Technique for the Quantitative Estimation of Soil Micro-organisms
  32. The effect of roguing on the spread of virus diseases in potatoes at Rothamsted in 1946
  33. The multiple‐infection transformation
  34. Studies on the Relationship Between Earthworms and Soil Fertility III The Effect of Soil Type on the Structure of Earthworm Populations
  35. A note on the presence of phasmids on the male tails of Anguillulina multicincta, A. erythrinae and A. robusta
  36. Insecticides Derived from Plants. Results of Tests Carried out on a Number of British, Tropical and Chinese Plants
  37. Soil Conditions and The Take‐All Disease of Wheat XI Interaction Between Host Plant Nutrition, Disease Escape, and Disease Resistance
  38. Soil Conditions and the Take‐All Disease of Wheat X Control of the Disease Under Continuous Cultivation of a Spring‐Sown Cereal
  39. Proteolytic activity of preparations of crystallized ribonuclease
  40. The isolation and some properties of a virus-inhibiting protein from Phytolacca esculenta
  41. The Identity of Earthworms Stored by Moles
  42. Differentiation of the Vegetative and Sporogenous Phases of the Actinomycetes 3. Variation in the Actinomyces coelicolor species-group
  43. Studies on the storage of potatoes I. Changes in composition during storage
  44. Some factors affecting the extraction of nitrogenous materials from leaves of various species
  45. Ionic diffusion and electrical conductivity in sands and clays
  46. Methods of recording aphid populations for use in research on potato virus diseases
  47. Experiments on the Spread of Rugose Mosaic and Leaf Roll in Potato Crops in 1946
  48. Aphis migration and the efficiency of the trapping method
  49. The effects of serum and of hyaluronic acid derivatives on the action of hyaluronidase
  50. The preparation and some properties of hyaluronic acid from human umbilical cord
  51. Physiological studies on nodule formation: I. The relation between nodulation and lateral root formation in red clover
  52. The Validity of Comparative Experiments
  53. Limitation of Bacteria by Micro-Predators in Soil
  54. On Estimating the Population of Aphids in A Potato Field
  55. The Transformation of Poisson, Binomial and Negative-Binomial Data
  56. The effect of infection with tobacco-mosaic virus on the levels of nitrogen, phosphorus, protease, and pectase in tobacco leaves and on their response to fertilizers
  57. The effect of fertilizers on the levels of nitrogen, phosphorus, protease, and pectase in healthy tobacco leaves
  58. An alkali-producing mechanism in macerated leaves
  59. Development of ideas on the nature of viruses
  60. Equipment used for trapping and identifying alate aphides
  61. Experiments on the spread of potato virus X between plants in contact
  62. The manuring of potatoes
  63. Soils and fertilizers
  64. Soil and the farmer
  65. The role of fertilizers in the national economy
  66. Fertilizers during the war and after
  67. The toxic action of molybdenum in relation to soils and crops
  68. Suggestions for the control of wild oats
  69. Variations in the properties of potato virus x and their effects on its interactions with ribonuclease and proteolytic enzymes
  70. Studies on the importance and control of potato virus x
  71. Photosynthesis and predisposition of plants to infection with certain viruses
  72. Systematic sampling
  73. The analysis of contingency tables with groupings based on quantitative characters
  74. Physics in agriculture
  75. Total synthesis of some pyrethrins
  76. Natural evaporation from open water, bare soil and grass