1953

  1. Report of the Bee Department 1952
  2. The adaptability of the homecoming honeybee
  3. The inability of honeybees to communicate colours
  4. The Relationship between certain Ant Species with particular Reference to Biological Control of the Coreid, Theraptus sp.
  5. Studies on Theraptus sp. (Coreidae); the Cause of the Gumming Disease of Coconuts in East Africa
  6. The establishment of serologically identifiable strains of Rhizobium trifolii in field soils in competition with native microflora
  7. The sugar content of nectars
  8. The breakdown of naphthalene by a soil bacterium
  9. The Oxidation of Tryptophan in Pea-Seedling Tissues and Extracts
  10. Inhibition of Fusarium culmorum by Streptomyces albidoflavus
  11. The deflocculation of kaolinite suspensions and the accompanying change-over from positive to negative chloride adsorption
  12. A field experiment on wheat infected with eyespot
  13. The effect of age and stage of development of insect eggs on their resistance to insecticides
  14. A petrographic study of a tropical black earth and grey earth from the Gold Coast
  15. The host plant range of the swede midge (Contarinia nasturtii Kieffer) with special reference to types of plant damage
  16. Biological investigations into the validity of Contarinia species living on the Cruciferae, with special reference to the swede midge, Contarinia nasturtii (Kieffer)
  17. Interspecific copulation between Nabis ferus (L.) and Nabis rugosus (L.)(Hem., Nabidae)
  18. The morphology and taxonomy of the genus Orthotylus Fieber (Hem., Miridae) with special reference to the British species
  19. The biological approach to the problem of wild oat control
  20. Cellulases
  21. Changes in potato root eelworm population with time and depth
  22. Obituary Tom Goodey, 1885–1953
  23. Control of plant nematodes
  24. Trial of ammoniacal gas liquor against potato root eelworm
  25. Vertical migration of potato root eelworm
  26. The analysis of the results of a rotation experiment on the use of straw and fertilizers
  27. Iron and the nitrifying bacteria
  28. The nitrifying bacteria a review
  29. The biology of forest soils with special reference to the mesofauna or meiofauna
  30. Randomly stacked layers in clay minerals
  31. Effects of population density on larvae of Lepidoptera
  32. Hydrolysis of esters by extracts of insects
  33. A nomogram for assays in randomized blocks
  34. Some effects of temperature and nitrogen supply on wheat powdery mildew
  35. The effects of varying the water supply of plants on their susceptibility to infection with viruses
  36. The lysing action of enzymes on a sample of mycelium of Penicillium griseofulvum Dierckx
  37. The Relationship between the Stage of Development and Susceptibility to DDT and the Pyrethrins of Diataraxia oleracea (L.), Tenebrio molitor L., and Periplaneta americana (L.)
  38. Effect of partial sterilization and acidification of soil on the fungal population
  39. Some effects of sucrose and phosphorus in increasing the multiplication of tobacco mosaic virus in detached tobacco leaves
  40. The oxidation of certain dicarboxylic acids by peroxidase systems in presence of manganese
  41. The oxidation of phenylacetaldehyde by plant saps
  42. Interpretation of DTA diagrams: the low temperature endothermic peak
  43. Irreversible dehydration in montmorillonite
  44. The identification of montmorillonoids in clays
  45. The injurious Effects of the Hooked Epidermal Hairs of French Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) on Aphis craccivora Koch
  46. Flight muscle autolysis and reproduction in aphids
  47. Quantitative studies on the transmission of cabbage black ring spot virus by Myzus persicae (Sulz.)
  48. Deposition of air-borne Lycopodium spores on plane surfaces
  49. On Certain Eelworms, including Bütschli's Tylenchus fungorum, obtained from toadstools
  50. On two new species of nematodes associated with leaf-blotch in Evodia roxburghiana an Indian evergreen tree.
  51. Assessment of losses in sugar beet due to virus yellows in Great Britain 1942–52
  52. Assessment of disease incidence in the sugar‐beet crop
  53. A uniformity trial on groundnuts
  54. The Responses of Sugar-cane to Fertilizers in Trinidad
  55. Changes in atmospheric spore content: diurnal periodicity and the effects of weather
  56. Experiments on the control of beet yellows virus in sugar‐beet seed crops by insecticidal sprays
  57. Effects of repeated field injections of d‐d mixture against potato‐root eel‐worm
  58. Seasonal fluctuations in the degree of hatching from cysts of the potato root eelworm
  59. Population Studies on the Potato Root Eelworm (Heterodera rostochiensis Woll.)
  60. A method for testing results of infectivity tests with plant viruses for compatibility with hypotheses
  61. The behaviour of Rhizobium bacteriophages during and after exposure to ultraviolet radiation
  62. The manuring of Hevea brasiliensis at Dartonfield, Ceylon
  63. The correlation of easily soluble phosphorus in soils with responses of crops to dressings of phosphate fertilizers
  64. Methods of applying fertilizers for herbage crops
  65. Placement of fertilizers for row crops
  66. Surveys of rabbit damage to wheat in England and Wales, 1950–52
  67. Nutrient composition of the produce of the Broadbalk continuous wheat experiment II. Changes occurring during one season's growth
  68. Nutrient composition of the produce of the Broadbalk continuous wheat experiment I. Changes over seventy years
  69. The manuring of sugar cane
  70. The effect of partial sterilization by steam and formalin on the numbers of amoebae in field soil
  71. Grow the soil to grow the grass
  72. A Study of Host-Parasite Relationships. The Potatoroot Eelworm (Heterodera rostochiensis) in Black nightshade (Solanum nigrum) and Tomato
  73. A method for comparing fly-repellant sprays
  74. A Hollerith technique for the solution of normal equations
  75. Fertilizer placement experiments on threshold peas
  76. Geochemical affinities of some coals from Svalbard
  77. The geochemistry and mineralogy of rock weathering (1) The Lizard area, Cornwall
  78. The occurrence of lepidocrocite in some British soils
  79. The occurrence of lepidocrocite in some British soils
  80. The dioctahedral analogue of vermiculite
  81. Dickite from sandstones in Northern England and Northern Wales
  82. Experiments on control of eel worm in black currants
  83. Symptoms of cauliflower mosaic and cabbage black ring spot in cauliflower
  84. Aphids and virus diseases in potato crops
  85. Sulphate Reduction in Partially Sterilized Soil Exposed to Air
  86. Insect migration records 1952
  87. Structural aspects of the mineralogy of clays and related silicates - ceramics
  88. Ideas and assumptions about the origin of life
  89. A study of podzolization: Part I. The mobilization of iron and aluminium by Scots pine needles
  90. A study of podzolization: Part II. The mobilization of iron and aluminium by the leaves and bark of Agathis australis (Kauri)
  91. Sesquioxide Immobilization and Clay Movement in Podzolized Soils
  92. Tests of synergism between nicotine and the pyrethrins
  93. Research for plenty. No.8: New foods for a crowded world
  94. Studies on the Physiology of Nodule Formation: IV. The Mutual Inhibitory Effects on Nodule Production of Plants grown in Association
  95. Sudden-Death Disease of the Clove Tree, Eugenia aromatica
  96. The interaction of actinomycetes with other micro-organisms in soil
  97. Some host components that affect viruses during isolation
  98. The effect of repeated spraying of insects in increasing their resistance to insecticides: I. Development of resistance to DDT in a strain of Drosophila melanogastermeig
  99. A comparison of the applicability to plant extracts of three methods of determining deoxyribonucleic acid
  100. Food and the future. 3A. The efficient use of sunlight for food production
  101. Contributions to the discussion, the effects of size and stability on antigenicity
  102. Cellulase as a subject for speculation and commercial enterprise
  103. Comparative physiological studies on the growth of field crops. III. The effect of infection with beet yellows and beet mosaic viruses on the growth and yield of the sugar-beet root crop
  104. The spread of beet yellows and beet mosaic viruses in the sugar-beet root crop. II. The effects of aphid numbers on disease incidence
  105. Studies on the feeding of Myzus persicae (Sulz.) on radioactive plants
  106. The behaviour of nitrogenous materials buried in the soil II. The solubilization of nitrogen under full aeration for long periods
  107. The absence of slugs in a garden and an experiment in re-stocking
  108. British Diptera associated with fungi. 1. Gall midges (Cecidomyidae) reared from the larger fungi
  109. The Shasta Daisy midge and other insects in flowers of Chrysanthemum species
  110. The wheat blossom midges
  111. Investigations into the gall midges of Chrysanthemum flowers, 1951-53
  112. The mutual effect of ryegrass and clover when grown together
  113. Turnip yellow mosaic in broccoli
  114. The effect on the health of lactating cows of treatment with galactopoietic doses of thyroxine or iodinated casein
  115. Organic manures and fertilizers
  116. Discussion on organic manures and fertilizers and the production and composition of food for man and animals
  117. Organic manures and fertilizers, Contribution to discussion on organic manures and fertilizers and the production and composition of food for man and animals
  118. A survey of maincrop potatoes I Estimates of yield 1948–50
  119. Graphical and statistical methods in the study of insect phenology
  120. The relative abundance of different species in a wild animal population
  121. The sceptical soil chemist
  122. Effect of fumagillin upon Nosema apis (Zander)
  123. The treatment of nosema disease with fumagillin
  124. The transmission of nosema disease
  125. Production of spores by Cercosporella herpotrichoides
  126. Wheat yield and soil-borne diseases
  127. The behaviour of some plant viruses after exposure to ultraviolet radiation
  128. Criticism of binomial nomenclature as applied to plant viruses
  129. Selection without replacement from within strata with probability proportional to size
  130. Some further aspects of night cooling under clear skies - discussion
  131. Biological investigations into the validity of contarinia species living on the cruciferae, with special reference to the swede midge, contarinia nasturtii (kieffer)*