1962

  1. Measurement of thickness of dispersed clay flakes with the electron microscope
  2. The occurrence of Criconemoides macrodorum Taylor, 1936 in Central Africa.
  3. The retention of 32P‐labelled rhizobium by legume seed after inoculation by vacuum treatment
  4. Winged aphids trapped in abaca plantation in British North Borneo
  5. Soils of the middle Teign valley district of Devon - Exeter
  6. Amphorostoma saccatum n. gen. et sp., family Leptonchidae (Enoplida, Nematoda)
  7. Evolution within the family Mononchidae (Enoplida, Nematoda)
  8. The systematic position of the Alaimidae and the Diphthero-phoroidea (Enoplida, Nematoda)
  9. Survival of cercosporella herpotrichoides on naturally infected straws of wheat and barley
  10. Timing and placement of fertilisers
  11. Soil potassium
  12. Saving by soil testing - preparing for spring-soil cereals and mixtures for undersowing
  13. Nitrogen the key to grass production
  14. Liquid fertilisers
  15. Fruits of research in fertiliser use
  16. Chemical Aspects of Soil fertility
  17. Assessing the capabilities of soils for producing crops
  18. Measuring soluble phosphorus in soils, comparisons of methods, and interpretation of results
  19. Comparisons between methods of measuring soluble phosphorus and potassium in soils used for fertilizer experiments on sugar beet
  20. Phosphate equilibria in acid soils
  21. The importance of aeration in providing the right conditions for plant growth
  22. Mineral nitrogen in tropical forest soils
  23. Determination of total sulphur in plant material
  24. Cation–Anion Relationships in Italian Ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum)
  25. Nematode feeding mechanisms. 1. Observations on Rhabditis and Pelodera
  26. A counting dish for nematodes
  27. Observations on the intermittent flight activity of the male wheat bulb fly Leptohylemyia coarctata (Fall.)
  28. Marking techniques and their application to the study of small terrestrial animals
  29. Wheat yields in England, 1815-59
  30. The effect of age grouping on the distribution of a measurement affected by growth.
  31. The place of mathematics in biology
  32. Some basic statistical techniques in soil zoology
  33. Herbicide practice in arable farming districts of eastern England, 1959‐60
  34. Spontaneous and ultraviolet irradiation-induced mutants of Verticillium albo-atrum
  35. Soil-borne diseases of Sitka spruce seedlings in a forest nursery
  36. Root exudates from banana and their relationship to strains of the Fusarium causing Panama wilt
  37. Parasexual recombination in the banana-wilt Fusarium
  38. Genetic relationships between pathogenic strains of Fusarium oxysporum, Fusarium solani and an isolate of Nectria haematococca
  39. Studies on Azotobacter species in soil. I. Comparison of media and techniques for counting Azotobacter in soil
  40. Studies on Azotobacter species in soil II. Populations of azotobacter in the rhizosphere and effects of artificial inoculation
  41. Home production of seed for early potatoes. 4. Loss of yield in virus infected plants
  42. Home production of seed for early potatoes. 3 Cost of production
  43. Fertilizer practice in England and Wales II Manuring of cereals
  44. The Rothamsted Ley-arable Rotation Experiment
  45. Vegetation stripes in Somaliland
  46. Migration records 1959
  47. Migration records 1960
  48. The effect of flooding and aeration on the mobility of certain trace elements in soils
  49. A colorimetric method for determining total sulphur in soils
  50. Some observations on the orientation of Ditylenchus dipsaci and invasion of oat seedlings
  51. The etiology of tulip‐root disease in susceptible and in resistant varieties of oats infested by the stem nematode, Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kühn) Filipjev II. Histopathology of tulip‐root and development of the nematode
  52. The etiology of tulip‐root disease in susceptible and in resistant varieties of oats infested by the stem nematode, Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kühn) Filipjev I. Invasion of the host and reproduction by the nematode
  53. The relation between root hair infection by Rhizobium and nodulation in Trifolium and Vicia
  54. Principles of classification illustrated by the problem of virus classification
  55. Prequisites for virus classification
  56. Patterns of assumption about large molecules
  57. High Altitude Migration of Oscinella frit L. (Diptera: Chloropidae)
  58. Tables for power-law transformations
  59. The efficiency of cylindrical sticky insect traps and suspended nets
  60. The absolute efficiency of insect suction traps
  61. Separation by paper chromatography of chlorophylls a and b and some of their breakdown products.
  62. Indigenous foods
  63. Glutathione
  64. Future sources of food supply: scientific problems
  65. The upper lethal temperature of honeybees
  66. Yellow‐net virus of sugar beet. I. Transmission and some properties
  67. The handling of multiway tables on computers
  68. Variance component estimation for unbalanced hierarchical classifications
  69. An autocode for table manipulation
  70. Evaluation of phosphate fertiliser by solubility tests
  71. The influence of intensity and capacity factors on the availability of soil phosphate
  72. A note on the chemical analysis of a soil buried since Roman times
  73. The effect of water-logging on fixation of nitrogen by soil incubated with straw
  74. The role of soil animals in breakdown of leaf material
  75. A comparison of methods of estimating population density of adult sunn pest, eurygaster integriceps put. (hemiptera, scutelleridae) in wheat fields
  76. Effects of the ant Lasius niger (L.) on insects preying on small populations of Aphis fabae Scop. on bean plants
  77. Unstable variants of tobacco necrosis virus
  78. Bibliography of H. F. Barnes (1902-1960)
  79. Classification of soils
  80. The shade and fertiliser requirements of cacao (Theobroma cacao) in Ghana
  81. Soil type and crop performance
  82. The potassium status of some English soils considered as a problem of energy relationships
  83. The gall midges (Diptera : Cecidemyidae) of wild Ox-eye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum L.) flowers with the description of a new species
  84. The accumulation and loss of soil potassium in long-term experiments, Rothamsted and Woburn
  85. Springtail damage to bean seedlings
  86. Cultural characters of Streptococcus pluton and its differentiation from associated enterococci
  87. Bacillus larvae: its cultivation in vitro and its growth in vivo
  88. Report on the growth of wheat made at Rodmersham Kent
  89. The role of research in the development of modern agriculture
  90. Estimating the components of continuous variation
  91. Computers in research—promise and performance
  92. Simple devices for radiation measurement and integration
  93. Measurement and interpretation of carbon dioxide fluxes in the field
  94. Inhibition of queen rearing by queen honey-bees (Apis mellifera l.) of different ages
  95. Woburn irrigation, 1951-59 .3. Results for rotation crops
  96. Woburn irrigation, 1951-59 .2. Results for grass
  97. Woburn irrigation, 1951-59 .1. Purpose, design and weather
  98. Weather and crops
  99. Some aircraft observations of fluxes of solar radiation in the atmosphere
  100. Radiative temperature in the heat balance of natural surfaces
  101. Natural convection in the earths boundary layer
  102. An empirical method for estimating long-wave radiation exchanges in the british-isles
  103. Attenuation of solar radiation - a climatological study
  104. Animal behaviour: some recent work on bee behaviour
  105. The epidemiology of Phytophthora infestans 3. Spraying trials 1952-1958
  106. Epidemiology of apple scab (Venturia inaequalis (Cke.) Wint.) 3. The supply of ascospores
  107. Epidemiology of apple scab (Venturia inaequalis (Cke.) Wint.) 2. Observations on the liberation of ascospores
  108. Insecticidal activity of pyrethrum extract and its four insecticidal constituents against house flies. V. Knock-down activity of four constituents with piperonyl butoxide
  109. Insecticidal activity of pyrethrum extract and its four insecticidal constituents against house flies. IV. Knock-down activities of four constituents
  110. Insecticidal activity of pyrethrum extract and its four insecticidal constituents against house flies. II. Synergistic activity of piperonyl butoxide with four constituents
  111. Insecticidal activity of pyrethrum extract and its four insecticidal constituents against house flies. I. Preparation and relative toxicity of pure constituents - statistical analysis of action of mixtures of these components
  112. Insecticidal activity of pyrethrum extract and its 4 insecticidal constituents against house flies. III. Knock-down and recovery of flies treated with pyrethrum extract with and without piperonyl butoxide
  113. The isolation and synthesis of queen substance, 9-oxodec-trans-2-enoic acid, a honeybee pheromone
  114. The response of sugar beet to fertilizer and the effect of farmyard manure