1. Nutrition problems in forest nurseries Summary report for 1953 Part II Research undertaken for the Forestry Commission by Workers attached to Universities and other institutions
  2. Rothamsted Chemistry Department 1953
  3. Off to a good start - with phosphate
  4. Effects of some Anaesthetics on Honeybees: Nitrous Oxide, Carbon Dioxide, Ammonium Nitrate Smoker Fumes
  5. Report of the Bee Department 1953
  6. A study of the black cotton soils with special reference to their coloration
  7. The defence of the honeybee community
  8. Communication between honeybees. I: The response of crop-attached bees to the scent of their crop
  9. Observations on wheat bulb fly infestation of Broadbalk wheat plots
  10. Studies on the Association of the Ant Oecophylla longinoda (Latr.) (Formicidae) with the Scale Insect Saissetia zanzibarensis Williams (Coccidae)
  11. Studies of the Life History and Ecology of the Ant Oecophylla longinoda Latreille
  12. Studies on the bean aphd (Aphis fabae Scop.) and its control on field beans
  13. The effect of body weight on the resistance to insecticides of the last-instar larva of Diataraxia Oleracae L. the tomato moth
  14. Preliminary observations on the decomposition of chlorophenols in soil
  15. Flocculation of kaolinite due to the attraction of oppositely charged crystal faces
  16. Antibiotic production by actinomycetes in soil demonstrated by morphological changes induced in Helminthosporium sativum
  17. An occurrence of palygorslcite in the Shetland Isles
  18. Notes on some Hemiptera-Heteroptera collected near Flatford Mill Field Centre
  19. Classification of the terrestrial Heteroptera (Geocorisae)
  20. Some additions to the Herts. list of Hemiptera - Heteroptera and the production of fertile eggs by Climax pipistrelli Jenyns (Hem. Cimicidae) when fed on human blood
  21. A survey of wild oats (Avena fatua and A. ludoviciana) in England and Wales in 1951
  22. Absorption of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium from nutrient sprays by leaves
  23. The nodule bacteria and their host legumes: some problems that they still present
  24. The determination of isotopically exchangeable phosphorus in some Rothamsted soils
  25. Calcareous Soils of Israel: The Amount and Particle-size Distribution of the Calcareous Material
  26. Obituary notices Tom Goodey and Winifred Brenchley
  27. Control of plant nematodes
  28. A comparison of the chemical and biological assays of several strains of pyrethrum flowers
  29. The errors of lattice sampling
  30. Temperature coefficients of insect kill by volatile solid insecticides
  31. Microbiology of the soil
  32. Soil faunal investigations
  33. Short-range electrical forces between charged colloid particles
  34. Report on some Cyprus soils
  35. Factors affecting the Larval Spot Colours of the Emperor Moth, Saturnia pavonia L.
  36. Differences in esterases from insect species : Toxicity of organo‐phosphorus compounds and in vitro anti‐esterase activity
  37. Organo-Phosphorus Insecticides. Insecticidal and Anti-Esterase Activity of Organo-Phosphorus Compounds.
  38. The effect of time of application of nitrogenous fertilizer on powdery mildew of winter wheat
  39. The larval inhabitants of cow pats
  40. The metabolism of naphthalene by soil bacteria
  41. The structure of the egg and the egg-burster of Sehirus bicolor (L.)(Hem., Cydnidae)
  42. Heat‐therapy of virus‐infected plants
  43. Tobacco necrosis viruses affecting tulips
  44. A virus latent in carnation and potato plants
  45. Occurrence of Susceptibility to Carbon Dioxide in Drosophla melanogaster from Different Countries
  46. A simple method for the preparation of horseradish peroxidase
  47. Variation with Age in the Susceptibility to DDT and the Respiration Rate of male and female Drosophila melanogaster Mg.
  48. Rearing Drosophila melanogaster Mg. for Insecticide Investigations
  49. A method for the topical application of small measured doses of insecticide solutions to individual insects
  50. Thee beet leaf bug in East Anglia
  51. The flight capacity of aphids in relation to the spread of viruses
  52. Effect of Flight on Behaviour of Aphis fabae Scop.
  53. The construction and use of a portable volumetric spore trap
  54. A method of sampling with probability exactly proportional to size
  55. Control of yellows in sugar beet seed crops in Great Britain
  56. Sugar yellows in Great Brtiain 1953
  57. A method for recording the formation and persistence of water deposits on plant shoots
  58. The importance of the host species in determining the action of vius inhibitors
  59. Experiments on black leg disease of sugar‐beet seedlings
  60. Inactivation of antibodies by ultraviolet radiation
  61. A study of the mechanism of inhibition of bacteriophage multiplication by chymotrypsin
  62. Stability of chymotrypsin and tobacco mosaic virus decreased by ultraviolet radiation
  63. The effect of ribonuclease on phage-host interaction
  64. Water conduction by severed grass roots
  65. The effect of various grasses and lucerne on the cohesion of soil crumbs
  66. The effect of rate of wetting on water uptake and cohesion of soil crumbs
  67. The determination of the stability of soil crumbs
  68. Design of fertilizer distributors and their mechanisms
  69. Nitrogen and phosphorus fertilisers in North-Western Europe
  70. Off to a good start
  71. Recent advances in fertilizer placement II Fertilizer placement in England
  72. Recent developments in the use of fertilisers
  73. Placement of fertilizers for potatoes planted by machines
  74. The importance of organic matter in crop production
  75. Sampling cabbage aphid populations on brussels sprouts
  76. Problems of sample allocation and estimation in an agricultural survey
  77. The soil of the Wem District of Shropshire
  78. A new species of Carpophilus Stephens (Col. Nitidulidae) found on stored produce.
  79. Decision between Two Alternatives--How Many Experiments?
  80. Trace‐element distribution in some Lancashire soils
  81. Spectrographic estimation of lead in twig samples
  82. The geochemistry and mineralogy of rock weathering.(2) The Nordmarka area, Oslo
  83. Fertilizer placement experiments on green peas
  84. X-ray diffraction by a randomly interstratisfied clay mineral
  85. X-ray diffraction by a randomly interstratisfied clay mineral : correction
  86. Soil morphology and mineralogy. A qualitative study of some gleyed soils from North‐West England
  87. Degrading Illite and Potash Fixation
  88. The different distribution of two brassica viruses in the plant and its influence on spread in the field
  89. The reduction of iron oxide by bacteria
  90. Reduction of ferric compounds by soil bacteria
  91. The effect of seed rate on the yield of potatoes
  92. Influence of fertility levels on grassland output A review of fertilizer experiments on grassland in relation to current fertilizer usage
  93. Insect migration records 1953
  94. Studies on the estimation and decomposition of amino sugars in soil
  95. A review of recent work on soil organic matter part II
  96. Identification of hydroxylamine and hydrazine by paper chromatography
  97. A study of podzolization: Part III. The mobilization of iron and aluminium by Rimu (Dacrydium cupressinum)
  98. Symbiotic effectiveness in nodulated red clover. II. A major gene for ineffectiveness in the host
  99. Symbiotic effectiveness in nodulated red clover. I. Variation in host and in bacteria
  100. Dawn and dusk flight of Drosophila subobscura Collin
  101. The hydrolysis of aluminium salt solutions
  102. The fission of tobacco mosaic virus and some other nucleoproteins by strontium nitrate
  103. Factors controlling biological multiplication
  104. Studies on composts prepared from waste materials II the fractionation of organic nitrogen
  105. Studies on composts prepared from waste materials I preparation, nitrogen losses and changes in ‘soluble nitrogen’
  106. Memorandum on the gall midges living on the sorghums, the Panicum millets and rice
  107. The Black Medick or “Trefoil” gall midge
  108. Gall-midge larvae as endoparasites, including the description of a species parasitising aphids in Trinidad, B.W.I
  109. The gall midges living in the white clover flowers
  110. A method for estimating populations and counting large numbers of Aphis fabae Scop
  111. Random and non-random distributions of Coccinellidae
  112. Society of chemical industry : Presidential address
  113. Notes on some migrations of butterflies in West Africa
  114. Phenology - the study of the seasons
  115. A migration of Lepidoptera and Diptera in Nepal
  116. Notes on a small collection of Sphingidae from Nigeria
  117. The statistical outlook in relation to ecology
  118. Manuring Hevea V Some long-term effects in the Dunlop (Malaya) experiments
  119. Nutrition problems in forest nurseries summary report for 1952 - part II Research undertaken for the Forestry commissio by workers attached to universities and other institutions
  120. The production and use of fertilizers-some current trends and problems-jubilee memorial lecture
  121. The control of nosema disease
  122. The respiratory currents in the tracheal system of the adult honey-bee
  123. The filtration of particles by the proventriculi of various aculeate Hymenoptera
  124. The influence of iron supply on toxic effects of manganese, molybdenum and vanadium on soybean, peas and flax
  125. Obituary notices : [Tom Goodey] and Winifred Brenchley
  126. Soil-borne diseases of cereals
  127. Some effects of thiouracil on virus-infected plants
  128. The distribution of viruses in different leaf tissues and its influence on virus transmission by aphids
  129. The analysis of experiments containing different crop rotations
  130. Micrometeorology in the potato crop
  131. Evaporation over parts of Europe
  132. The method and importance of the recognition by a colony of honeybees (A. mellifera) of the presence of its queen
  133. A sensitive recording dew-balance
  134. Night cooling under clear skies
  135. Error and accuracy in thermocouple psychrometry
  136. The Importance of ‘Queen Substance’ in the Life of a Honeybee Colony
  137. Allethrin
  138. Wind direction and the infestation of bean fields by aphis fabae scop
  139. Aphid migration in relation to weather