1950

  1. Report of the Bee Department 1949
  2. A culture method for growing small free-living amoebae for the study of their nuclear division
  3. Changes in the behaviour of honey-bees following their recovery from anaesthesia
  4. The infection of plants by viruses through roots
  5. The structure and development of the larval cuticle of Diataraxia oleracea (Lepidoptera)
  6. An improved micro-method for the determination of fluorine based on an examination of the fluoride-fluosilicate equilibrium
  7. Inflammability of cereal crops in relation to water-content
  8. Preparation of Standardized Actinomycete Colonies
  9. I Section of soil physics 113 Soil moisture and evaporation
  10. Clay minerals and colloid chemistry - a general introduction
  11. Swelling chlorite
  12. Problems presented by nodule bacteria and the legume host
  13. Organic chemistry 8 Proteins
  14. A colorimetric method for the determination of pentoses in the presence of hexoses and uronic acids
  15. Cellulase from leaves and roots of tobacco
  16. Interlamellar adsorption of protein monolayers on pure montmorillonoid clays
  17. Control of plant nematodes
  18. Indications of provenance in some Anglesey drift soils
  19. The analysis of change-over trials
  20. Sampling on Successive Occasions with Partial Replacement of Units
  21. The competition between barley and certain weeds under controlled conditions IV Competition with Stellaria media
  22. The isolation of Nitrosomonas europaea in pure culture
  23. Gilbert Wooding Robinson 1889-1950 obituary
  24. Solvation of clay minerals in relation to crystal structure: inter-lamellar adsorption by clay minerals.
  25. A Colour Reaction Applicable to the Pyrethrins
  26. The effects of concentration of poison and the amount applied on the toxicity of insecticidal dusts to adult Tribolium castaneum Hbst
  27. The effect of insecticides on respiration II The effects of a number of insecticides on the oxygen uptake of adult Tribolium castaneum Hbst. at 25° C
  28. Some properties of a mechanism delaying penetration of insecticides into houseflies
  29. Mechanism of action of organo-phosphorus compounds as insecticides.
  30. The analysis of phosphate fertilizers
  31. Heat inactivation of leaf‐roll virus in potato tubers
  32. The oxidation of manganese by peroxidase systems
  33. The use of probits in combining percentage kills
  34. Deposition of air-borne particles on trap surfaces
  35. The estimation of error in rectangular lattices
  36. Stem eelworm and clover
  37. Oats and varietal susceptibility to stem eelworm infestation
  38. The Absorption of Ions by Excised Root Systems I Apparatus and preliminary experiments
  39. The influence of photoperiod and temperature on the induction of diapause in Diataraxia oleracea L.(Lepidoptera)
  40. Two species of Aphelenchoides associated with strawberry bud disease in Britain
  41. Buried Bag Technique for Testing D-D as a Soil Fumigant against the Potato-root Eelworm
  42. Investigations on the Emergence of Larvae from Cysts of the Potato-Root Eelworm Heterodera rostochiensis. 3. Larval Emergence in soil under the influence of Potato-Root Diffusate
  43. Investigations on the Emergence of Larvae from Cysts of the Potato-Root Eelworm Heterodera rostochiensis 2. The Form of the Hatching Curve
  44. A study of phage-resistant mutants of Rhizobium trifolii
  45. Interpreting relationships between the concentrations of plant viruses and numbers of local lesions
  46. Restoration of the ability of some heated antisera to flocculate specifically their antigens
  47. Use of Antisera to identify Nodule produced by the Inoculation of Legumes in the Field
  48. Electron micrographs of spores of some British gasteromycetes
  49. An electron-microscope study of potato virus X in different states of aggregation
  50. Methods of applying fertilizer to potatoes planted by machines
  51. Studies on two aphid‐transmitted viruses of leguminous crops
  52. The influence of the bacterial environment on the excystment of amoebae from soil
  53. Studies on the storage of potatoes. III. The composition of the atmosphere in a potato clamp
  54. Studies on the storage of potatoes II. The temperature conditions inside potato clamps
  55. Restricted randomization and quasi-Latin squares
  56. Statistical analysis of results for successive tests on the same organism
  57. The planning of probit assays
  58. The estimation of free iron oxides in soils and clays and their removal
  59. The spread of virus diseases to single potato plants by winged aphids
  60. Roguing potato crops for virus diseases
  61. The microclimate of the potato crop
  62. The correlation of aphid numbers with the spread of leaf roll and rugose mosaic in potato crops
  63. The effect of potassium on crop yield
  64. Maincrop potato growing in England and Wales
  65. Some observations on the oxidation of soil organic matter in the presence of alkali
  66. Amino-acids in soil
  67. The amino-acid composition of the protein material in soil
  68. Field trials II: the analysis of covariance
  69. Some observation on gleying
  70. A study of enzymes that can break down tobacco-leaf components. 1. Digestive juice of Helix on leaf fibre
  71. Sampling Theory of the Negative Binomial and Logarithmic Series Distributions
  72. Synchronous movement of Aphis fabae Scop.(Hem., Aphididae)
  73. The isolation from normal tobacco leaves of nucleoprotein with some similarity to plant viruses
  74. The formation of nitrates in soil following various crop rotations
  75. The identity of the Swede Midge, with notes on its biology
  76. The nature of precipitated calcium phosphates
  77. Weather and Food - Centenary symposium on meteorology and the community
  78. Diversity as a measurable character of an animal or plant population
  79. Phase coloration in larvae of Lepidoptera
  80. The application of the logarithmic series to the frequency of occurrence of plant species in quadrats
  81. Committee on nutrition problems in forest nurseries: summary report on 1949 experiments
  82. Close cereal cropping. Effect of cultural treatments of wheat on eyespot, lodging, take-all and weeds
  83. The effect of variations in calcium supply, ph value and nitrogen content of nutrient solutions on the response of lettuce and red clover to molybdenum
  84. Some factors affecting the activation of virus preparations made from tobacco leaves infected with a tobacco necrosis virus
  85. Some effects of host-plant nutrition on the multiplication of viruses
  86. Some effects of host nutrition on the susceptibility of plants to infection by certain viruses
  87. The mechanical transmission and some properties of potato paracrinkle virus
  88. Some effects of freezing in the leaf, and of citrate in vitro, on the infectivity of a tobacco necrosis virus
  89. Recent applications of biometrical methods in genetics. 1. Experimental techniques in plant improvement
  90. The water balance of the Stour catchment area
  91. Evaporation over the British Isles
  92. The diffusion of moisture through flax seed
  93. A new design of microsyringe tip for the instrumental insemination of queen honey-bees
  94. Agriculture, sampling and operational research
  95. The insecticidal activity of substances related to the pyrethrins .1. The toxicities of 2 synthetic pyrethrin-like esters relative to that of the natural pyrethrins and the significance of the results in the bioassay of closely related compounds
  96. Experiments on the synthesis of the pyrethrins. Part III. Synthesis of dihydrocinerin-I and tetrahydropyrethrin-I; a study of the action of N-bromosuccinimide on 3-methyl-2-n-alkyl (and alkenyl)-cyclopent-2-en-1-ones
  97. Infestation of a bean field by aphis fabae scop. in relation to wind direction
  98. The comparison of suction trap, sticky trap and tow-net for the quantitative sampling of small airborne insects
  99. A suction trap for small airborne insects which automatically segregates the catch into successive hourly samples