1960

  1. Some studies on the colony count techniques for soil bacteria
  2. Purification and electron microscopy of three soil-borne plant viruses
  3. Electron microscope observations on the structure of turnip yellow mosaic virus
  4. Activation of one plant virus by another
  5. The Mononchidae (Enoplida, Nematoda) of New Zealand II. The genus Iotonchus (Cobb, 1916) Altherr, 1950
  6. The Monochidae (Enoplida, Nematoda) of New Zealand. III. A review of the genus Cobbonchus Andrássy, 1958 with descriptions of new species.
  7. New Zealand Mononchidae (Enoplida, Nematoda) I The genera Mononchus Bastian and Prionchulus Cobb
  8. The oesophago-intestinal junction in the Mononchidae (Enoplida, Nematoda)
  9. Redescription of Monochus truncatus Bastian M Papillatus Bastian and Prionchulus muscorum (Dujardin) (Enoplida Nematoda)
  10. The use of fertilisers on grassland
  11. Soils and fertilizers
  12. The right place for fertilizers
  13. Optimum fertilizer dressings for agricultural crops
  14. Field experiments on phosphate fertilizers
  15. Nitrogen fertilisers their forms and place in agriculture
  16. Prediction of nitrogen requirements of arable crops on mainly arable cropping systems
  17. The value of calcium nitrate and urea for main-crop potatoes and kale
  18. Effects of fertilisers and farmyard manure on the copper, manganese, molybdenum and zinc removed by arable crops at Rothamsted
  19. An investigation of sampling dried pyrethrum flowers from bulk
  20. The use of fertilizer practice surveys and appropriate survey techniques
  21. Relative productivity of six local varieties of lucerne in northern Italy
  22. Some studies of the colony count technique for soil bacteria
  23. Gaseous diffusion in porous media. Part 2.-Dry granular materials
  24. Gaseous diffusion in porous media Part 1.-A non-steady state method
  25. Studies on the behavior in soils of tomato black ring, raspberry ringspot, and arabis mosaic viruses
  26. The infulence of ice and wind in some Glamorgan soils
  27. Petrography of the Mesozoic succession of South Wales
  28. The correlation of prehistoric settlement and soils in the Vale of Glamorgan
  29. Notes on the taxonomy and occurrence of Carpophilus Stephens (Col., Nitidulidae) associated with stored products
  30. The immature stages of the flea beetles Psylliodes cuprea (Koch) and Psylliodes chrysocephala (L.)(Col., Chrysomelidae)
  31. Hatching of the egg in the cabbage stem flea beetle, Psylliodes chrysocephala (L.)(Col., Chrysomelidae)
  32. Sap-transmissible viruses associated with diseases of grape vines in Europe and North America
  33. a comparison of the chemical and biological assays of several strains of pyrethrum flowers
  34. Foetal growth in the mouse
  35. Disease, wastage and husbandry in the British dairy herd. Report of a national survey in 1957-58.
  36. Effects of Pea Root Exudate on the Antagonism of Some Rhizosphere Micro-organisms towards Fusarium oxysporum f. pisi
  37. Additional Pea varieties and new selections resistant to Fusarium wilt
  38. A method of estimation of missing values in multivariate data suitable for use with an electronic computer
  39. Virus control depends on teamwork
  40. Home production of seed for early potatoes I Prevention of virus infection by spraying for aphid control
  41. Field trials on the retention of potato stocks in England
  42. Detection of leaf roll in Potato tubers
  43. Experiments on the P and K requirements of barley
  44. Sampling surveys in agriculture
  45. Determination of nitrogen in soil by the Kjeldahl method
  46. Protein from leaves by bulk extraction
  47. Studies on the Physiology of Nodule Formation: With two Figures in the Text: A Reappraisal of the Effect of Preplanting
  48. The place of the nodulated legume in agriculture
  49. Water hyacinth: a curse or a crop?
  50. New sources of food
  51. New foods for world needs
  52. The links between research and advisory work in England and Wales
  53. The present position in the study of insect dispersal and migration
  54. The safe use of pesticides in the United Kingdom
  55. Mortality and viability of insect migrants high in the air
  56. The Distribution of Insects at Low Levels in the Air
  57. Photosynthesis and the theory of obtaining high crop yields by A A Niciporovic
  58. The production of ryegrass labelled with carbon-14
  59. Determination of organic carbin in soil. II. Effect of carbonized materials
  60. Determination of organic carbon in soil. I. Oxidation by dichromate of organic matter in soil and plant materials
  61. Feeding pollen, pollen substitutes and pollen supplements to honeybees
  62. Chill-coma and cold death temperature of Apis mellifera
  63. The ways in which plant viruses are transmitted by vectors
  64. Carrot motley dwarf virus
  65. Evidence for interaction or genetic recombination between potato viruses Y and C in infected plants
  66. Scintillation counting of carbon-14
  67. Estimation of potassium in soils by determination of 40K content
  68. A check list of New Zealand plant galls (zoocecidia)
  69. Effect of formulation on toxicity to plants and insects of some systemic insecticidal seed dressings
  70. The resistance of some American Wheats to Hessian fly of mixed foreign parentage
  71. Delayed emergence of the pea midge
  72. Potassium-supplying power of some British soils
  73. The susceptibility of some American wheats to the wheat blossom midges
  74. Nature and mode of weathering of soil‐potassium reserves
  75. Some Effects of Aldrin and DDT on the Soil Fauna of Arable Land
  76. Observations on the biology and control of the garden swift moth
  77. The physics of dew
  78. Sex determination and caste differentiation on the honeybee - Apis mellifera
  79. The epizootiology of European foulbrood of the larval honey bee, Apis mellifera Linnaeus
  80. Some effects of ultraviolet radiation on the infection of Nicotiana glutinosa leaves by tobacco mosaic virus
  81. Soil-borne viruses
  82. Plant viruses : What they are and what they do
  83. A general program for the analysis of surveys
  84. Micrometeorology in relation to plant and animal life
  85. The significance of queen substance in swarming and supersedure in honey-bee (Apis mellifera l.) colonies
  86. Queen substance production by virgin queen honey-bees (Apis mellifera l.)
  87. Weather problems in agriculture
  88. Weather in wheat - an essay in micro-meteorology
  89. A synoptic study of day-to-day changes of ozone over the british-isles
  90. The reflection of short-wave radiation by vegetation
  91. The performance of a Gunn-Bellani radiation integrator
  92. The carbon-dioxide flux over a field of sugar beet
  93. Queen recognition by worker honeybees (Apis mellifera L.)
  94. A comparison of theoretical and empirical results for some stochastic population models
  95. The properties of a stochastic model for the predator-prey type of interaction between two species
  96. The structures of the enols of pyrethrolone
  97. Pyrethrolone and related compounds
  98. The use of soil insecticides to control potato aphids and virus diseases
  99. The use of a multiple-transfer method in plant virus transmission studies- some statistical points arising in the analysis of results
  100. The transmission by mites, host-range and properties of ryegrass mosaic virus
  101. Studies on the importance of wild beet as a source of pathogens for the sugar-beet crop
  102. Some effects of temperature and of virus inhibitors on infection of french-bean leaves by red clover mottle virus
  103. Red clover mottle virus
  104. The pollination requirement of the field bean (vicia faba)
  105. Observations on the effects of the parasitic nematodes ditylenchus myceliophagus, aphelenchoides composticola and paraphelenchus myceliophthorus on the growth and cropping of mushrooms
  106. Movement of eelworms vi. The influences of soil type, moisture gradients and host plant roots on the migration of the potato-root eelworm heterodera rostochiensis wollenwebermovement of eelworms
  107. The manner of transmission of some barley yellow-dwarf viruses by different aphid species
  108. Infectivity of aphids bred on virus-infected cauliflower plants
  109. Field studies on wheat-bulb fly infestations
  110. The epidemiology of phytophthora infestans ii. The source of inoculum
  111. The epidemiology of phytophthora infestans i. Climate, ecoclimate and the phenology of disease outbreak
  112. The effect of gibberellic acid on leaf area and dry-matter production in majestic potato
  113. Effect of cultural treatments on the incidence of striga hermonthica (del.) benth. And yields of sorghum in the sudan: Field experiments 1957/8
  114. Comparison of two barley yellow-dwarf viruses in glasshouse and field experiments
  115. An attempt to inhibit the multiplication of tobacco mosaic virus in tissue culture by its antiserum
  116. Aphid behaviour on healthy and on yellows-virus- infected sugar beet
  117. The relation of weight of food ingested to increase in body-weight during growth in the bed-bug, cimex lectularius l. (hemiptera)
  118. Basis for a general system of insect migration and dispersal by flight
  119. The value of calcium nitrate and urea for sugar beet and the effect of late nitrogenous top dressings