1. Report of the Bee Department 1958
  2. Variation in the incidence of swarming among colonies of Apis mellifera throughout the summer
  3. An Insectary Method for Rearing Cacao Mirids, Distantiella theobroma (Dist.) and Sahlbergella singularis Hagl
  4. Studies on the Chemical Control of Cacao Mirids, Distantiella theobroma (Dist.) and Sahlbergella singularis Hagl
  5. Estimating earthworm populations by using formalin
  6. Experiments on the mode of action of insecticidal seed-dressings especially against Leptohylemyia coarctata Fallen Muscidae the wheat bulb fly
  7. Development of insect resistance to insecticides
  8. The effect of temperature particularly during diapause on the development of the egg of Leptohylemyia coarctata Fallen (Diptera : Muscidae)
  9. The effects of nitrogen upon three stiff-strawed winter wheat varieties
  10. A note on anhydrotetronic acid as a hatching agent of the beet eelworm, Heterodera schachtii Schm.
  11. The net assimilation rates of wild and cultivated beets
  12. Further Observations On Some Factors Influencing the Emergence of Larvae From Cysts of the Beet Eelworm Heterodera Schachtii Schmidt
  13. High Levels of Phosphorus and Die-Back in Yellow Lupins
  14. Decomposition of anionic surface-active agents by soil bacteria
  15. Aldrin controlling slug and wireworm damage to potatoes
  16. Pedology - Pedogenic weathering
  17. Photosynthesis of lamina and sheath of barley leaves
  18. Methods of controlling black-pod disease (Caused by Phytophthora palmivora of Theobroma cacao in Nigeria
  19. The role of cellulases in nature
  20. Studies on the mechanism underlying the reduction of pea wilt by Fusarium solani f. pisi
  21. Mitochondrial preparations from the leaves of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum)
  22. Dr. F. Tattersfield, O.B.E. - obituary
  23. The analysis of a non-replicated experiment involving a single four-course rotation of crops
  24. Soil and Soil Maps
  25. Life at low temperatures
  26. The wheat bulb fly, Leptohylemyia coarctata Fall review of current knowledge of its biology
  27. Observations on adult weight and wing areain Pulsia Gamma L. and Pieris Brassicae L. in relation to larval population density
  28. The diversity of the insect fauna in a hedgerow and neighbouring fields
  29. A survey of diseases and losses in dairy cattle in Wiltshire and Devonshire.
  30. Molybdenum in the lower lias of England and Wales in relation to the incidence of teart
  31. The distribution of certain trace elements in the Lower Lias of southern England
  32. Effect of cotton leaf resistance factors on the spread of Xanthomonas malvacearum (EF Sm.) Dowson in the Gezira, Sudan
  33. Some effects of Plasmodiophora brassicae Woron. on the growth of the young cabbage plant
  34. Pea leaf roll, a new virus disease of legumes in England
  35. Mathematics in biological and agricultural research
  36. Rearing dairy heifers on different planes of nutrition: an interim report on three experiments
  37. Extra-period change-over designs
  38. An investigation of Hartley's method for fitting an exponential curve
  39. Comparison of the early stages of infection by tobacco mosaic virus and its nucleic acid
  40. Birefringence of montmorillonite complexes
  41. The emergence of larvae of Heterodera rostochiensis Woll. from single cysts
  42. Fertilizer production and technology
  43. The invasion and development of some species of Heterodera in plants of different host status
  44. Increasing the rate of larval emergence from cysts in hatching tests with beet eelworm, Heterodera schachtii Schmidt
  45. Testing populations of beet eelworm, Heterodera schachtii Schmidt, for resistance-breaking biotypes, using the wild beet (Beta patellaris Moq.) as indicator
  46. A Comparison of the Rates of Emergence and Invasion of Beet Eelworm Heterodera Schachtii Schmidt and Pea Root Eelworm Heterodera Gottingiana Liebscher
  47. Determination of organic carbon in soil and plant material
  48. A second survey of losses associated with pregnancy and parturition in Yorkshire sheep
  49. Gall-forming nematodes of grasses in Britain
  50. The excretory system of Paraphelenchus and the identity of the hemizonid
  51. Effects of mutilation of the root on subsequent growth
  52. Bulbil Formation in Sedum telephium
  53. Sugar beet yellows in great Britian 1958
  54. Oospora pustulans Owen & Wakefield as a parasite of potato root systems
  55. Docking disorder
  56. Soil nitrogen IV Transformations and Movement of Fertiliser Nitrogen in a Light Soil
  57. Bulb breaking correction for heats of wetting determinations
  58. The transfer of food between the adult members of a honeybee community
  59. The effect of moving colonies of honeybees to new sites on their subsequent foraging behaviour
  60. Herbicide spray and frit fly attack on oats
  61. Nacobbus serendipiticus n. sp., a root-galling nematode from tomatoes in England
  62. Proposal to stabilise the scientific name of the cereal-root eelworm (Class Nematoda).
  63. An electrophoretic study of the mechanism of precipitin reactions: variation in reversibility
  64. The significance of cyclic peak yields in Nigerian oil palms
  65. The Effect of Infection with Bacteriophage on the Electrokinetic Potential of Rhizobium leguminosarum
  66. Field studies in green manuring II
  67. Aggregation of the protein of tobacco mosaic virus with and without combination with nucleic acid
  68. Laboratory scale molecular distillation of the pyrethrins
  69. Some Properties of Infective Preparations made by Disrupting Tobacco Rattle Virus with Phenol
  70. Separation and properties of particles of tobacco rattle virus with different lengths
  71. Electron microscopic evidence on the structure of the particles of tobacco rattle virus
  72. Bacterial fertilizers in the Soviet Union
  73. A longitudinal study of the results of premature extraction of deciduous teeth between 3-4 and 13-14 years of age
  74. Plant enzyme reactions leading to the formation of heterocyclic compounds. 3. Plant amine oxidase and the formation of pyrrolidine and piperidine alkaloids
  75. Fertilizers, crop production and soil fertility
  76. Soils and fertilizers
  77. Field experiments on phosphate fertilizers. A joint investigation
  78. Comparisons between combine-drilling and broadcasting muriate of potash for spring barley
  79. Manuring experiments on flax
  80. Soil sampling procedures for potato root eelworm cysts
  81. Field sampling and laboratory examination of cereal root eelworm cysts
  82. Fertilizer practice surveys
  83. Fat metabolism and temperature acclimatization in the fly phormia terraenovae R. -D
  84. Electric charges of kaolin
  85. 10-Hydroxy-Δ2-decenoic acid in the honeybee(Apis mellifera)
  86. Some effects of larval population density on the biology of Pieris brassicae L. and Plusia gamma L.
  87. Role of a dagger nematode (Xiphinema sp.) in outbreaks of plant diseases caused by arabis mosaic virus
  88. Analysis of heavy minerals in certain drift soils of Yorkshire
  89. Measurement of the resistance of cotton to Xanthomonas malvacearum (EF Sm.) Dowson using a leaf abrasion technique
  90. Preliminary observations on the behaviour of the adult wheat bulb fly, Leptohylemyia coarctata (Fall.) using the “field-cage-marking” technique
  91. The analysis of experiments on growth rate
  92. The analysis of field experiments on an electronic computer
  93. The resistance of pea varieties to Fusarium wilt
  94. Production of a perfect stage in a nutritionally deficient mutant of pathogenic Fusarium oxysporum after ultra-violet irradiation
  95. Pathogenic interactions between Fusarium oxysporum and Fusarium solani on peas
  96. The occurrence of Fusarium wilt of melon in Britain
  97. Malthus 1959 - Farmer and Biochemist versus Engineer and Doctor
  98. A structural study of iddingsite from New South Wales, Australia
  99. Expanding-lattice minerals from Shropshire
  100. The effect of farmyard manure on fertilizer responses
  101. Release of ammonium and organic matter from soil by hydrofluoric acid and effect of hydrofluoric acid treatment on extraction of soil organic matter by neutral and alkaline reagents
  102. Determination of fixed ammonium in soil
  103. Some aspects of the origins of life considered in the light of the Moscow International Symposium
  104. Sources of incompatibility affecting nitrogen fixation in legume symbiosis
  105. Some observations on root-hair infection by nodule bacteria
  106. Leaf proteins
  107. Abortive feeding behaviour in a black aphid of the Aphis Fabae group
  108. Leaf protein as human food
  109. The large-scale separation of fluids from fibrous pulps
  110. Edible protein from leaves
  111. Discussion of papers by Isherwood and Thompson & Martin
  112. The longevity of worker honeybees
  113. Cereal virus diseases in Britain
  114. Studies on the transmission of European wheat striate mosaic virus by Delphacodes pellucida Fabricius
  115. The effects of inbreeding when selection acts against homozygosis at one or more loci
  116. The analysis of experiments on the Rothamsted computer
  117. Insecticidal control of wheat bulb fly larvae
  118. The feeding and excretion rates of Aphis Fabae Scop. on Vicia Faba L
  119. Experiments with suction traps to assess the abundance of Syrphidae (Diptera), with special reference to aphidophagous species
  120. Effects of ants on the physiology ad development of aphids
  121. The origin and development of brown earths on clay-with-flints and coombe deposits
  122. Factors influencing the isotopically exchangeable phosphate in soils Part III The effect of temperature in some calcareous soils
  123. Factors influencing the isotopically exchangeable phosphate in soils Part I The effect of low concentrations or organic anions
  124. Factors influencing the isotopically exchangeable phosphate in soils Part II The effect of base saturation with sodium and calcium in non-calcareous soils
  125. Some factors influencing the emergence of overwintering Hession Fly larvae
  126. The susceptibility of atte wheat to attack by the wheat blossom midges
  127. The Exhaustion Land site
  128. Soil nitrogen V Leaching of nitrate from soils in laboratory experiments
  129. An improved method for the isolation of Streptococcus pluton, and observations on its distribution and ecology
  130. The natural mechanism of suppression of Nosema apis Zander in enzootically infected colonies of the honey bee, Apis mellifera Linnaeus
  131. The effect of infestation with Acarapis woodi (Rennie) on the mortality of honey bees
  132. Recent research on the natural history of European foul brood disease
  133. Effect of potash on powdery mildew in wheat
  134. Viruses : retrospective and prospect (The Leeuwenhoek Lecture )
  135. Some properties of decomposition products of potato virus X
  136. Physiology of virus diseases
  137. Photoreactivation of nucleic acid from tobacco mosaic virus
  138. The infectivity and inactivation of nucleic acid preparations from tobacco mosaic virus
  139. Effect of nitrous acid on tobacco mosaic virus : mutation or selection ?
  140. Obituary: Wilfred Leslie Stevens
  141. An exploratory analysis of a large set of 3 X 3 X 3 fertiliser trials in India
  142. Notes on the water balance of the Sperbelgraben and Rappengraben
  143. The source of the substance produced by a queen honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) which inhibits development of the ovaries of the workers of her colony
  144. The vertical distribution of aphids in the air and the temperature lapse rate
  145. Solarimeter for field use
  146. The reflection of short-wave radiation by vegetation
  147. Modification of the structure of a tropical cyclone on traversing a high plateau
  148. Ice-nucleating properties of some natural mineral dusts
  149. Extraction and purification of queen substance from queen bees
  150. Queen substance
  151. Studies on the properties of soil-borne viruses of the tobacco-rattle type occurring in Scotland
  152. Some properties of three viruses isolated from a diseased plant of solanum jasminoides paxt. From india
  153. Some properties of barley stripe mosaic virus*
  154. Some observations on the cereal-root eelworm population of field plots of cereals with different sowing times and fertilizer treatments
  155. Some effects of changing temperature and of virus inhibitors on infection by cucumber mosaic virus
  156. Seed and soil treatment with systemic insecticides to prevent aphid colonization of emerging beet seedlings
  157. The pattern of field infection of potato by the beet ringspot strain of tomato black-ring, a soil-borne virus
  158. Movement of eelworms. Iv. The influence of water percolation
  159. Movement of eelworms v. Observations on aphelenchoides ritzema-bosi (schwartz, 1912) steiner, 1932 on florists' chrysanthemums
  160. The movement of eelworms in water films
  161. Leaf infection of cotton by xanthomonas malvacearum (efsm.) dowson
  162. Further experiments on black-leg disease of sugar-beet seedlings
  163. Experiments on the mode of action of insecticidal seed-dressings, especially against leptohylemyia coarctata fall., muscidae, the wheat bulb fly
  164. Experiments on the mode of action of dieldrin seed-dressings against seedling attack by the larval frit fly, oscinella frit l
  165. The emergence of larvae from free eggs of the potato-root eelworm heterodera rostochiensis (woll.)
  166. Effects of previous wheat crops, seed-rate and nitrogen on eyespot, take-all, weeds and yields of two varieties of winter wheat: Field experiment 1954-56
  167. Effect of nitrogenous fertilizer applied at different dates on take-all, eyespot and yield of winter wheat grown on light sandy loam
  168. A comparative study of the growth of wild oats (avena fatua l. And a-ludoviciana dur.) and of cultivated cereals with varied nitrogen supply