1957

  1. The production of virus-free chrysanthemums by heat therapy
  2. The summer air-spora at Rothamsted in 1952
  3. A simplified surface wetness recorder
  4. The food of adult drone honeybees (Apis mellifera)
  5. The transmission of food between worker honeybees
  6. The effect of social facilitation on the ovarial development of bumble‐bee workers.
  7. Aphelenchoides composticola n. sp. and A. saprophilus n. sp. from mushroom compost and rotting plant tissues
  8. Note On the Nomenclature of the Cereal Root Eelworm
  9. Upper percentage points of the generalized beta distribution II
  10. Upper percentage points of the generalized beta distribution I
  11. Diets for laying fowls
  12. Some experiments on the vacuum distillation of potato root diffusate.
  13. Preliminary Studies On the Effect of Ethylene Dibromide Fumigation On the Hatchability of Heterodera Rostochienvsis (Woll.)
  14. A study of the distribution and the effects of bacteriophage of root nodule bacteria in the soil.
  15. A preliminary study of tobacco mosaic virus by the gel diffusion precipitin tests
  16. A new method of extracting arthropods and molluscs from grassland and herbage with a suction apparatus
  17. Organo-clay complexes
  18. The morphology of the Unter-Rupsroth montmorillonite
  19. Effect of gamma rays on the sprouting of stored mangolds
  20. The oxidation of tryptamine to 3-indolylacetaldehyde by plant amine oxidase
  21. The value of fertilizer placement
  22. Soils and fertilizers
  23. Report on 1956 experiments on winter and spring sown cereals comparing methods of application of nitrogen and potassium fertilizers and forms of nitrogen fertilizers
  24. The value of mid-season top-dressings of nitrogen fertilizer for main-crop potatoes
  25. Diets for laying fowls
  26. Growth, invasion and root diffusate production in tomato and black nightshade inoculated with potato-root eelworm
  27. A Culture Method for Soil Meiofauna and Its Application To the Study of Nematode Predators
  28. Stem eelworm invasion of seedling sugar beet and development of crown canker
  29. A rotation method for computing canonical correlations
  30. Differential rhizosphere effects of three pea cultivars on physiologic races of Fusarium oxysporum f. pisi
  31. Some effects of ultraviolet radiation on the pathogenicity of Botrytis fabae, Uromyces fabae and Erysiphe graminis
  32. Some effects of pea root exudates on physiologic races of Fusarium oxysporum Fr. f. pisi (Linf.) Snyder & Hansen
  33. Problems of plant wilt diseases
  34. The effect of nitrogen on cereal yields
  35. Nitrogen fixation by a species of Pullularia
  36. Biochemical engineering
  37. Virus diseases in three narcissus trials at Wisley
  38. The spread and control of plant viruses
  39. Insecticidal control of the spread of plant viruses
  40. Insecticidal control of potato virus spread
  41. The cost of using insecticides to maintain the health of potato seed in England and Wales
  42. The fertilizers requirements of sugar beet
  43. Manuring of sugar beet
  44. A Scrutiny of the British Potato Crop
  45. Studies on soil humic acids II: Observations on the estimation of free amino groups. Reactions of humic acid and lignin preparations with nitrous acid
  46. The mineralization of some nitrogenous materials in soil
  47. The possible significance of poly‐phenols in soil formation
  48. Some assumptions underlying discussion on the origins of life
  49. The recognition, distribution and action of nucleic acids
  50. Symbiotic effectiveness in nodulated red clover IV Influence of host factors
  51. Symbiotic effectiveness in nodulated red clover III Further studies in inheritance
  52. Studies on Physiology of Nodule Formation: VI. The influence of Bacterial Numbers in the Rhizosphere on Nodule Initiation
  53. Studies on the Physiology of Nodle Formation: V. Further Experiments on the Stimulating and Inhibitory Effects of Roots Secretions
  54. The Origins of Life: Moscow Symposium
  55. Morning session introduction
  56. Material in virus preparations not necessary for the manifestation of characteristic virus properties
  57. Periodism and energy summation with special reference to flight rhythms in aphids
  58. Temperature relations of teneral development and behaviour in Aphis fabae Scop.
  59. Leaf protein as a human food
  60. The anatomy of tobacco mosaic virus
  61. Cereal yellow dwarf virus in Great Britain
  62. The use of the isotope : 32 P in recent work on soil and fertilizer phosphorus
  63. Disposal of towns' wastes
  64. Effects of radioactive phosphate fertilizers on yield and phosphorus uptakte by ryegrass in pot experiments on calcareous soils from Rothamsted
  65. Investigations on soil nitrogen I The influence of nitrogen fertilizers and rainfall on soil nitrate concentrations
  66. Notes on the laboratory rearing and biology of the wheat bulb fly, Leptohylemyia coarctata (Fall.)
  67. The behaviour of individual coccinellid larvae on plants
  68. The isolation and cultural characteristics of streptococcus pluton and further observations on Bacterium eurydice
  69. European foul brood : a disease of the larval honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) caused by a combination of Streptococcus pluton (Bacillus pluton White) and Bacterium eurydice White
  70. The cause of European foul brood
  71. The effect of seed rate and nitrogen on lodging and yield of spring barley (field experiments 1954 and 1955)
  72. Eyespot and take-all of wheat and barley
  73. Activity of fragmented and reassembled tobacco mosaic virus
  74. Electrophoretic study of sap from uninfected and virus-infected tobacco plants
  75. A virus-inactivating system from tobacco leaves
  76. An automatic programming routine for the Elliott 401
  77. The use of fertilizers on food grains
  78. Routine analysis of replicated experiments on an electronic computer
  79. Climatology in arid zone research
  80. The process of queen supersedure in colonies of honeybees (Apis mellifera Linn.)
  81. Hill climate
  82. The forms of ice clouds .2
  83. Dew
  84. The control of ovary development in worker honeybees (Apis-mellifera)
  85. The descriptive use of discriminant functions in physical anthropology
  86. Some work at Rothamsted on the social behaviour of honeybees
  87. The use of tissue cultures to produce virus-free clones from infected potato varieties
  88. The stimulatory properties of some organic substances on cysts of the beet eelworm, Heterodera schachtii schmidt
  89. Quantitative studies of adult populations of wheat bulb fly, Leptohylemyia coarctata (Fall.) in the field
  90. Particle size of insecticidal suspensions and their contact toxicity vi. Effect of temperature on relative toxicity
  91. The influence of the pH of the nutrient solution and the form of iron supply on the counteraction of iron deficiency in peas, soybean and flax by high concentrations of molybdenum
  92. Field experiments on chemical control of wheat bulb fly
  93. Embryonic development and esterase activity of eggs of pieris brassicae in relation to tepp poisoning
  94. The effects of infection with tobacco mosaic virus on the photosynthesis of tobacco leaves
  95. The effect of infection with tobacco etch virus on the rates of respiration and photosynthesis of tobacco leaves
  96. The effect of date of sowing on the incidence of powdery mildew on spring-sown cereals
  97. The effect of date of planting and of harvesting potatoes on virus infection and on yield
  98. The comparison of yellow cylindrical, flat and water traps, and of johnson suction traps, for sampling aphids
  99. Mayetiola Dactylidis Kieffer In Cocksfoot Grass
  100. Laboratory experiments on larval behaviour of wheat bulb fly
  101. Observations and experiments on the hessian fly (mayetiola destructor say)
  102. Moulting rhythm in the alienicolae of aphis fabae scop. (hemiptera: aphididae) in the field
  103. The analysis and reconstruction of diurnal flight curves in alienicolae of aphis fabae scop
  104. The vertical distribution of aphids in the air and the temperature lapse rate
  105. The distribution of insects in the air and the empirical relation of density to height