1956

  1. Some recent advances in apicultural research
  2. AEtiology of European Foul Brood ; a Disease of the Larval Honey-bee
  3. Chemistry Department Rothamsted 1955
  4. Report of the Bee Department 1955
  5. The formation of dark-coloured clay-organic complexes in black soils
  6. Lucerne mosaic virus in Potato-a new record for the British Isles
  7. The abundance and distribution of Protura in grassland
  8. A case for field beans
  9. The feeding of fodder beet to pigs
  10. The physiological basis of the effect of potassium on crop yield
  11. Measurement of photosynthesis in field conditions
  12. Leaf growth in relation to crop yield
  13. The physiological limitations of crop yield and the possibilities of increasing it
  14. NPK residues from fertilizers and farmyard manure, in long term experiments at Rothamsted
  15. The effect of adding clays to mixed cultures of Streptomyces albidoflavus and Fusarium culmorum
  16. Inhibition of the growth of fungi by Streptomyces spp. in relation to nutrient conditions
  17. Calculation of membrane pressure for a sol of spherical particles
  18. Antibiotic Activity of Actinomycetes in Soil as Demonstrated by Direct Observation Techniques
  19. Antibiotic activity of actinomycetes in soil and their controlling effects on root-rot of Wheat
  20. A chemotactic response in wheat bulb fly larvae
  21. Observations on the bacterial oxidation of chlorophenoxyacetic acids
  22. The structiure of the eggs of the terrestrial Heteroptera and its relationship to the classification of the group
  23. The Nomenclature and Life-cycle of the European Tarnished Plant Bug, Lygus rugulipennis Poppius (Hem., Miridae)
  24. The bionomics and immature stages of the Thistle Lacebugs (Tingis ampliata H.-S. and T. cardui L; Hem. Tingidae)
  25. The immature stages of the Hemiptera-Heteroptera associated with the stinging nettle (Urtica dioica L.)
  26. Wild oats
  27. Field experiments on uptake of nitrogen from leaf sprays by sugar beet
  28. Isotopes in soil and fertilizer research
  29. The chromatography of leaf ribonuclease
  30. Resistance of insects to insecticides The effect of age and stage of development and nutrition
  31. Resistance of insects to insecticides
  32. A simple method for fitting an asymptotic regression curve
  33. Estimation of numbers of Nitrosomonas in soil and culture
  34. A modified funnel method for extracting soil mesofauna
  35. Soil faunal investigations
  36. Effect on crop growth of rain after prolonged drought
  37. The direct evaluation of psychrometric data from dry-and wet-bulb recorders
  38. The Rate of Disappearance of Para-oxon from two Strains of Houseflies.
  39. Use of antibiotics against plant diseases
  40. Separation of the Pyrethrins by displacement Chromatography
  41. The Persistence and Fate of DDT on Foliage. 2 Comparative rates of loss of DDT deposits from glass plates and growing leaves
  42. Heat flow in the soil
  43. Slumping in Reading Beds near St. Leonards, Bucks
  44. The Rothamsted multifactorial experiments on cereals
  45. Serological Relationship between Potato Paracrinkle Virus, Potato Virus S and Carnation Latent Virus
  46. Gasometric analysis in plant investigation
  47. The sorption of saturated organic compounds by montmorillonite
  48. Montmorillonite complexes with saturated ring compounds
  49. The swelling of organophilic montmorillonites in liquids
  50. A Preliminary Experiment On the Effect of Various Cereals On the Soil Population of Cereal Root Eelworm, Heterodera Major O. Schmidt
  51. Further Observations On the Effects of Peas, Beans and Vetch Upon Soil Population Levels of Pea Root Eelworm, Heterodera Göttingiana Liebscher
  52. Distribution and dispersal of aphids in the air
  53. The effects of various soil treatments on the occurrence of marsh spot in peas and on manganese uptake and yield of oats and timothy
  54. Some observations on Heterodera major
  55. The influence of man on soil fertility
  56. The infectivity of extracts made from leaves at intervals after inoculation with viruses
  57. The heavy minerals of some soils from the neighbourhood of Cambridge, England
  58. Gilgai phenomena in tropical black clays of Kenya
  59. Fiducial distributions and prior distributions: an example in which the former cannot be associated with the latter
  60. Observations On Species of the Genus Iotonchium Cobb 1920
  61. Aphelenchoides sp. destroying mushroom mycelium
  62. Stem eelworm attacking carrots
  63. Mineral components and ash analysis
  64. Yellows - a virus problem in sugar beet
  65. Sugar yellows in Great Brtiain 1955
  66. The use of response curves in the analysis and planning of series experiments with fertilizers
  67. The Responses of Sugar-cane to Fertilizers
  68. The analysis of a 3 x 6 experiment arranged in a quasi-Latin square
  69. The effect of height of observation in forecasting potato blight by Beaumont's method
  70. A micro-calorimeter for clay mineral
  71. A study of the stimuli which release the food begging and offering responses of worker honeybees
  72. Observations on the migration of insects in the Pyrenees in the autumn of 1953
  73. The development of Heterodera rostochiensis and Meloidogyne incognita in cross-grafted solanaceous plants with different susceptibilities
  74. The breakdown of potato-root diffusate in soil
  75. The Production of Sterile Viable Larvae of the Potato Root Eelworm, Heterodera Rostociiiensis
  76. Effects of Clupein and of its Degradation Products on a Rhizobium Bacteriophage, on its Host Bacterium and on the Interaction between the two
  77. Synthetic soil conditioners
  78. Liquid crystals of montmorillonite
  79. A comparison between the mode of sction of organic matter and synthetic polymers in stabilizing soil crumbs
  80. The pyrethrins - a British viewpoint
  81. A survey of methods of milk production II Statistical analysis of bacteriological tests on milk samples
  82. A study of healthy and virus-infected plant cells by thin-section methods
  83. An estimate of number of tobacco mosaic virus particles in a single hair cell
  84. The occurrence of chitinase in some bacteria
  85. The value of rock phosphate for direct application
  86. Soils and fertilizers
  87. Field experiments on phosphate fertilizers: A joint investigation
  88. The effect of some silicate slags on the utilization of soil and fertilizer phosphorus
  89. Fertilizer placement
  90. The value of nitrophosphate for spring-sown cereals
  91. Report on 1956 experiments comparing placing and broadcasting of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium for potatoes, peas, beans, kale and maize
  92. Comparisons of ammonium sulphate, calcium nitrate, and urea for potatoes and kale
  93. Fertilizer placement for horticultural crops
  94. The use of an electronic computer in the estimation of sampling errors in a nutritional survey
  95. Cereal varieties grown in England and Wales 1952-54
  96. Cereal manuring in England and Wales
  97. Massing of Tetranychus tiliarium Hermann on trunks of lime trees
  98. Electronic flash in photomicrography
  99. A simple cage for confining small insects during experimental exposure to fumigants
  100. Observations on the effects of BHC (hexachlorocyclohexane) on the soil fauna of arable land
  101. A Note on the Relative Abundance of Flea Beetles (Phyllotreta Stephens and Psylliodes Berthold) on Different Cruciferous Crops
  102. Eophila oculata at Verulamium: a Roman earthworm population?
  103. Indoor experiments with a combine harvester
  104. Green manuring for sugar beet
  105. The effect of date of planting on the yield of potatoes
  106. An Experiment On the Effect of a Predacious Fungus Upon the Soil Population of Potato Root Eelworm, Heterodera Rostochiensis Woll.
  107. The Effect of Predacious Fungus and Organic Matter Upon the Soil Population of Beet Eelworm, Heterodera Schachtii Schm.
  108. Aberdeen growth study I The prediction of adult body measurements from measurements taken each year from birth to 5 years
  109. Studies on the Chemical Control of Wireworms (Agriotes spp.). I.—The Direct and Residual Effects of BHC, DDT, DD, and Ethylene Dibromide
  110. Weighted probits allowing for a non-zero response in the controls
  111. Economic choice of the amount of experimentation
  112. The analysis of a factorial experiment with additional treatments
  113. Heterokaryosis and parasexual recombination in pathogenic strains of Fusarium oxysporum
  114. Power from leaves
  115. Moderately low-angle measurements with a 9.0 cm powder camera
  116. An extrusion method for bonded powder specimens
  117. Collophane from the Chalk
  118. Observations on a race of stem eelworm attacking lucerne
  119. Keeping seed from your own potatoes
  120. Brassica virus diseases
  121. Migration records 1955
  122. Migration records 1956
  123. Some soil organic matter problems
  124. Alkaline decomposition of beta-hydroxy-alpha-amino acids
  125. The Solution - Reduction of Ferric Oxides by Aqueous Leaf Extracts.
  126. The experimental production of podzolization
  127. The deflocculation of kaolinite by aqueous leaf extracts—the role of certain Constituents of the extracts
  128. The influence of the legume in root-nodule symbiosis. A comparative study of host determinants and functions
  129. The development and present problems of soil microbiology
  130. Some components of tobacco mosaic virus preparations made in different ways
  131. Unexploited technological possibilities of making food for man and animals
  132. Studies on the habits of zebu cattle IV. Errors associated with recording technique
  133. The use of 32 P labelled fertilizers to measure superphosphate equivalents of fertilizers in field and pot experiments
  134. Applications of isotopes to soil and fertilizer research
  135. Composting of household waste
  136. Studies on composts prepared from waste materials III Nitrification in Soil
  137. Biosystematics as applied to the Cecidomyiidae
  138. The permanence of organic matter added to soil
  139. The distributions of coccinellid egg batches and larvae in relation to numbers of Aphis fabae Scop. on Vicia faba
  140. A second record of a Tachinid (Dipt) parasite bred from one of the Coccinellinae (Col., Coccinellidae)
  141. Documentation of applied chemistry
  142. A classification of British soils
  143. Paper ionophoresis of inositol phosphates, with a note on the acid hydrolysates of phytic acid
  144. Observations on the migration of insects in the Pyrenees in the autumn of 1953
  145. An investigation into the possible effects of moonlight on the activity of insects in the field
  146. A device for collecting samples of bees
  147. Tests with acaricides on Acarapis woodi (Rennie)
  148. Reversible, host-induced, changes in a strain of tobacco mosaic virus
  149. Research on viruses and virus diseases
  150. Observations on the anomalous proteins occurring in extracts from plant infected with strains of tobacco mosaic virus
  151. Weather and water in the growth of grass
  152. Heat flow in the soil
  153. Evaporation: an introductory survey
  154. Evaporation at night
  155. Estimating evaporation
  156. Some further observations on the nature of “queen substance” and of its role in the organisation of a honey-bee (Apis mellifera) community
  157. The introduction of virgin and mated queens, directly and in a simple cage
  158. A note on the use of honey-bees as pollinating agents in cages
  159. New tables of Behrens' test of significance
  160. The temperature profile above bare soil on clear nights
  161. Queen-substance of honeybees and the ovary-inhibiting hormone of crustaceans
  162. Missing values in experiments analysed on automatic computers
  163. The preparation of cyclopentenones from the products of stobbe condensations with aliphatic ketones
  164. The value of glasshouse tests with seedlings in selecting plants tolerant to beet yellows virus
  165. The susceptibility of potato varieties to infestation by the eelworms ditylenchus destructor and d-dipsaci
  166. Studies on the effect of temperature on virus multiplication in inoculated leaves
  167. Some problems of red clover pollination
  168. Some observations on the hatching responses of the cabbage-root eelworm, heterodera cruciferae franklin
  169. Some effects of tannic acid and of leaf extracts which contain tannins on the infectivity of tobacco mosaic and tobacco necrosis viruses
  170. Soil populations of beet eelworm (Heterodera schachtii schm.) in relation to cropping ii. Microplot and field plot results
  171. Soil aeration and the emergence of larvae from cysts of the beet eelworm, Heterodera schachtii schm
  172. A local-lesion technique for measuring the infectivity of conidia of botrytis fabae sardina
  173. Investigations regarding the nature of the interaction between iron and molybdenum or vanadium in nutrient solutions with and without a growing plant
  174. Gall midges affecting seed production in clover
  175. The emergence of larvae from cysts of the beet eelworm, heterodera schachtii schmidt, in aqueous solutions of organic and inorganic substances
  176. The effect of organophosphorus insecticidal sprays on the growth and phosphorus content of brussels sprouts
  177. The effect of infection with tobacco mosaic virus on the respiration of tobacco leaves of varying ages in the period between inoculation and systemic infection
  178. The effect of different host plants of potato virus c in determining its transmission by aphids
  179. The effect of darkening on the susceptibility of plants to infection with viruses ii. Relation to changes in ascorbic acid content of french bean and tobacco
  180. The effect of darkening on the susceptibility of plants to infection with viruses i. Relation to changes in some organic acids in the french bean
  181. The control of potato virus diseases by insecticides
  182. An analysis of the effects of infection with leaf-roll virus on the growth and yield of potato plants, and of its interactions with nutrient supply and shading