1958

  1. The nation's plant food larder
  2. Recent advances in the efficient use of fertilisers
  3. Soils and fertilizers
  4. Comparisons between placing and broadcasting of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilizers for potatoes, peas, beans, kale and maize
  5. Nitrogen fertilizers for spring barley and wheat
  6. Micro-nutrients in fertilisers
  7. Field experiments on concentrated organic nitrogen fertilizers
  8. Soil nitrogen. III.—Mineralizable nitrogen determined by an incubation technique
  9. Soil nitrogen. II.—Changes in levels of inorganic nitrogen in a clay‐loam soil caused by fertilizer additions, by leaching and uptake by grass
  10. Effect of Larval Population Density on the Adult Morphology of Two Species of Lepidoptera, Plusia Gamma L. and Pieris Brassicae L.
  11. Observations on the development of Heterodera rostochiensis Woll. in sterile root cultures
  12. A Quantitative Study of a Population of Wheat Bulb Fly, Leptohylemyia coarctata (Fall.), in the Field
  13. Water uptake by pure clays and soil crumbs
  14. Variations within individuals in human biology
  15. A change of pathogenic race in Fusarium oxysporum f. pisi induced by root exudate from a resistant host
  16. Preliminary studies on the inoculation of selected micro-organisms into partially-sterilized soils
  17. X. The position of stereoisomerism in argument about the origins of life
  18. An Essex farm trial on the insecticidal control of potato virus spread
  19. Some results of an experiment to compare ley and arable rotations at Woburn
  20. Migration records 1957
  21. Migration records 1958
  22. Denitrification in soil. II. Factors affecting denitrification
  23. Denitrification in soil. I. Methods of investigation
  24. Amino sugars in soil
  25. Mobilization of iron in podzol soils by aqueous leaf extracts
  26. The determination of iron(II) sulphide in soil in the presence of iron(III) oxide
  27. The Park Grass plots at Rothamsted (1856-1949)
  28. The physiology of nodule formation
  29. World Hunger as a biochemical problem
  30. Aphid dispersal and diurnal periodicity
  31. The Rothamsted Insect Survey
  32. Observations on the temperature regulation and food consumption of honey-bee (Apis mellifica)
  33. The specificity of transmission of some non-persistent viruses
  34. Crystallographic programmes for a computer
  35. A Note on an Iterative Method for Root Extraction
  36. The value of nitrophosphate fertilizers
  37. Changes in the soil of a long-continued field experiment at Saxmundham, Suffolk
  38. Uptake of phosphorus from P32-labelled superphosphate by field crops Part II. Comparison of placed and broadcast applications to barley
  39. Uptake of phosphorus from P³²-labelled superphosphate by field crops: part I Effects of simultaneous application of non-radioactive phosphorus fertilizers
  40. Wheat blossom midges on Broadbalk, Rothamsted experiment station, 1927-56
  41. Experimental inter-breeding of Hessian Fly from Kansas, USA, Germany and England
  42. Seed dressings for the control of wheat bulb fly
  43. Gall midges (Cecidomyidae, Diptera). Living at the base of grasses
  44. Progress in the biological testing of Sorghum Midge (Contarinia spp.)
  45. A new stem-inhabiting gall midge of Poa pratensis (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)
  46. The gall midges (Dipt., Cecidomyiidae) of Timothy Grass inflorences, with the description of one new species
  47. Effects of the ant, Lasius Niger L., on the feeding and excretion of the bean aphid, Aphis Fabae Scop
  48. Effects of the ant, Lasius niger (L.), on the behaviour and reproduction of the black bean aphid, Aphis fabae Scop
  49. Primenenie udobrenii v Anglii
  50. A sequence of beechwood soils on the Chiltern Hills, England
  51. Potassium uptake by cation-exchange resins from soils and minerals
  52. The epidemiology of the infestation of the honeybee, Apis mellifera L., by the mite Acarapis woodi Rennie and the mortality of infested bees
  53. Wild Honeybees and Disease
  54. Eyespot of wheat and barley
  55. Changes in the weed flora on Broadbalk permanent wheat field during the period 1930-55
  56. Reversible changes in strains of tobacco mosaic virus from leguminous plants
  57. A note on the six-course rotation experiments at Rothamsted and Woburn
  58. The heat balance of soil beneath crops
  59. The source of the queen substance of the honey-bee (Apis mellifera l.)
  60. The size of apertures through which worker honeybees will feed one another
  61. Water losses from various land surfaces
  62. A thermocouple method for measuring relative humidity in the range 95-100-percent
  63. A synoptic study of west african disturbance lines - discussion
  64. Dew
  65. The inhibition of queen rearing by feeding queenless worker honeybees (A-mellifera) with an extract of queen substance
  66. The properties of a stochastic model for two competing species
  67. The use of an electronic computer in research statistics: four years' experience
  68. Isolation and purification of (+)-pyrethrolone from pyrethrum extract - reconstitution of pyrethrins I and pyrethrins II
  69. Striate mosaic of cereals in Europe and its transmission by Delphacodes pellucida (Fab.)
  70. Stem infection of cotton by xanthomonas malvacearum (e. F. Sm.) dowson
  71. Some effects of virus infection on leaf water contents of nicotiana species
  72. Raspberry yellow dwarf, a soil-borne virus
  73. Properties and host range of turnip crinkle, rosette and yellow mosaic viruses
  74. The potato-eelworm hatching factor
  75. Photosynthesis and respiration rates of leaves of nicotiana glutinosa infected with tobacco mosaic virus and of n. Tabacum infected with potato virus x
  76. Movement of eelworms iii. The relationship between eelworm length, activity and mobility
  77. Movement of eelworms ii. A comparative study of the movement in soil of heterodera schachtii schmidt and of ditylenchus dipsaci (kuhn) filipjev
  78. Movement of eelworms i. The influence of pore size and moisture content of the soil on the migration of larvae of the beet eelworm, heterodera schachtii schmidt
  79. Light quality and photoreactivation of plants and viruses
  80. Further studies on raspberry ringspot and tomato black ring, soil-borne viruses that affect raspberry
  81. The effects of gibberellic acid and kinetin on the growth of majestic potato
  82. A comparison of high and low volume sprays for control of the bean aphid aphis fabae scop. On field beans
  83. Changes in the transmissibility by aphids of a strain of cucumber mosaic virus
  84. Hessian fly on Rothamsted Farm
  85. Field infestation of alternative host plants by wheat bulb fly
  86. Improvements in apparatus for the expulsion of liquid from fibrous material