1. Report of the Bee Department 1962
  2. Betaine : A Plant-growth Substance from Sugar-beet (Beta vulgaris)
  3. Queen perception by honey bee swarms
  4. The source of the saliva honeybees use to moisten materials they chew with their mandibles
  5. A new method for measuring soil stability
  6. Minimum spanning tree
  7. The effect of dissolved salts on water movement
  8. Water movement in porous materials: Part 1 - Isothermal vapour transfer
  9. Water movement in porous materials: Part 2-The separation of the components of water movement
  10. Mate-killer (mu) particles in Paramecium aurelia: further mathematical models for metagon distribution
  11. The factor that causes swarming by honeybee colonies in small hives
  12. Some features of crop nutrition
  13. Climate weather and plant yield
  14. A comparison of competitive effects of some common weed species
  15. Toxin production during decay of Agropyron repens. (couch grass) and other species
  16. Magnesium relationships in soils and plants
  17. Pyrethrum - its use in public health
  18. Bauxitic weathering at Mount Zomba, Nyasaland
  19. Varietal Differences in Photosynthesis of Ears and Leaves of Barley
  20. Distribution of Dry Matter between Ear and Shoot of Plumage Archer and Proctor Barley grown in the Field
  21. The distribution of succinate dehydrogenase and malate dehydrogenase among components of tobacco-leaf extracts
  22. Chemical control of plant parasitic nematodes in the United Kingdom.
  23. Micro-organisms in the intestines of earthworms
  24. A microbiological study of earthworm casts
  25. Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza an extreme form of fungal adaptation
  26. Survey of maincrop potatoes
  27. Chemical treatment of quarantined banana stocks infested with plant parasitic nematodes.
  28. An experiment comparing responses to nitrogen fertilizer of four grass species
  29. Experiments comparing yield, and residual effects on winter wheat, of 1-year clover, rye-grass and clover-rye-grass leys
  30. The effect of block size on the errors of modern cereal experiments
  31. Rapid estimation of amino-acids
  32. The growth response of sugar beet to similar irrigation cycles under different weather conditions
  33. A watering system for small plots
  34. The effect of weather on emergence and take‐off of overwintering Limothrips cerealium Haliday (Thysanoptera)
  35. Electronic computers in relation to veterinary science
  36. A method of studying trace elements in soil fractions
  37. The susceptibility of honey bees of different ages to infestation by Acarapis woodi (Rennie)
  38. Potato haulm resistance to Phytophthora infestans IV Laboratory and field estimates compared and further field analyses
  39. Metabolism of barley leaves inoculated with Erysiphe graminis Merat
  40. Effect of temperature on cereal powdery mildews
  41. Effects of some chlorinated hydrocarbons on the development of take-all of wheat
  42. A three-year laboratory study of pathological material received from Yorkshire sheep flocks with an abortion problem
  43. A method of calculating net assimilation rate
  44. Trichodorus spp.(Nematoda: Trichodoridae) from Tunisia and Nicaragua
  45. Fisher's contributions to the design and analysis of experiments
  46. Irrigation in Britain
  47. Penetration of diazoxon and acetyl choline into the thoracic ganglia in susceptible and resistant houseflies and the effects of fixatives
  48. Studies on the Physiology of Nodule Formation: VIII. The Influence of the Size of the Rhizosphere Population of Nodule Bacteria on Root Hair Infection in Clover
  49. Boleodorus volutus n. sp.(Nematoda: Nothotylenchinae) found in soil about grass roots in England
  50. Interactions of viruses in plants
  51. The nature and behavior of unstable variants of tobacco necrosis virus
  52. Birefringence of clay mineral complexes
  53. The behaviour of populations of potato‐root eelworm (Heterodera rostochiensis Woll.) towards some resistant tuberous and other Solanum species
  54. Hatching tests and counts of primary galls in assessment of nematodes against Meloidogyne Spp.
  55. The origin of flight in insects
  56. Physiological factors in insect migration by flight
  57. Note on the availability of magnesium in basic slags
  58. The effect of DDT on Myzus persicae (Sulz.) and Brevicoryne brassicae (L.) (Aphididae) in relation to the spread of cauliflower mosaic and cabbage black ring spot viruses
  59. The effect of coccinellids on aphids infesting insecticide-treated sugar beet
  60. Experiments on the treatment of chrysanthemum stools for the control of eelworm
  61. Virus du ringspot en Grande-Bretagne et leurs nematodes vecteurs
  62. The relation of polyphenoloxidase in leaf extracts to the instability of cucumber mosaic and other plant viruses
  63. Copper-dependent and iron-dependent inactivations of cucumber mosaic virus by polyphenols
  64. The use of nematicides to control the spread of arabis mosaic virus by Xiphinema diversicaudatum (Micol.)
  65. Change of flavour of potatoes grown on different soils treated with insecticides
  66. The Emergence of Larvae of Heterodera Goettingiana Liebs. in Vitro and a Comparison Between Field Populations of H. Goettingiana and H. Rostochiensis Woll
  67. A water sprinkler to separate Heterodera cysts from debris in hatching experiments
  68. The spread of plant pathogens in air currents
  69. Mycological Examination of Dust from Mouldy Hay Associated with Farmer's Lung Disease
  70. Liberation of spores from mouldy hay
  71. Prospects in soil science
  72. Speculations on the identity of the parts of the Tylenchid spear
  73. The status of the genera and subfamilies of the Criconematidae (Nematoda); with a comment on the position of Fergusobia
  74. Hirschmanniella nom. nov. for Hirschmannia
  75. Deposition of type slides at Rothamsted.
  76. Some effects of different soils on composition and growth of sugar beet
  77. An investigation of the value of five treatments for acetonaemia in Jersey cows
  78. Effects of (2 Chloro-Ethyl) Trimethlammonium Chloride on Plant Growth, Leaf Area, and Net Assimilation Rate
  79. Dependence of net assimilation rate on root growth of isolated leaves
  80. Effect of Gibberellic Acid on Growth, Gibberellin Content, and Chlorophyll Content of Leaves of Potato (Solanum tuberosum)
  81. The physiology of leaf growth
  82. Chemical treatment of quarantined banana stocks infested with plant parasitic nematodes
  83. Longevity of Longidorus elongatus (de Man) and other nematodes in soil kept in polythene bags
  84. The nerve rings of Longidorus and Xiphinema
  85. A New Nematode Genus Paralongidorus (Nematoda: Dorylaimoidea) With Descriptions of Two New Species and Observations On Paralongidorus Citri ( Siddiqi 1959 ) N. Comb
  86. Trichodorus viruliferus n. sp.(Nematoda: Dorylaimida)
  87. Observations on the identity of Trichodorus teres Hooper, 1962 and T. flevensis Kuiper & Loof, 1962
  88. Tangmere and Waterbeach
  89. Dry liberation of fungus spores by raindrops
  90. A substitute reagent for titanous sulphate for reducing nitrate-N
  91. Soil nitrogen VII Correlations between measurements of nitrogen status of soils and nitrogen % and nitrogen content of crops
  92. An earthworm labelled with radioactive tantalum
  93. The Priority of Tylenchus hexalineatus over T. megacephalus
  94. Chemical control of potato‐root eelworm in glasshouses: experiments in 1961
  95. The flower constancy of bumblebees
  96. The respiratory metabolism of honey-bee colonies at low temperatures
  97. The effects of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and gibberellic acid on leaf area and cell division in Majestic potato
  98. The accuracy of the rating method for determining leaf area
  99. Analysis of growth and yield of winter and spring wheats
  100. Antirrhinum not a host of Heterodera rostochiensis
  101. Aphelenchoides trivialis n. sp. from South India
  102. Microbial and biochemical changes during the moulding of hay
  103. Farmer's lung Thermophilic actinomycetes as a source of farmer's lung hay antigen
  104. The inactivation of ribonucleic acid from tobacco mosaic virus bu yltraviolet radiation at different wave-lengths
  105. Protein of tobacco mosaic virus
  106. Properties of purified preparations of lucerne mosaic virus
  107. The relationship between barley stripe mosaic and lynchis ringspot virus
  108. Thermopilic and Mesophilic Actinomycetes in Mouldy Hay
  109. The priming action
  110. Experimental techniques for using Carbon-14 in studies of soil organic matter
  111. The turnover of organic matter in soil
  112. Control of potato root eelworm in a glasshouse soil with a formulation of methyl isothiocyanate
  113. Some factors affecting the transmission of sugar‐beet mosaic and pea mosaic viruses by Aphis fubue and Myzus persicae
  114. General principles governing the potassium manuring of grassland
  115. Results of an experiment at Rothamsted testing farmyard manure and N, P and K fertilizers on five arable crops I. Yields
  116. Results of an experiment at Rothamsted testing farmyard manure and N, P and K fertilizers on five arable crops II. Nutrients removed by crops
  117. Information on lime requirements and the use of lime in England and Wales
  118. Field tests of experimental and commercial soil sterilants against the potato‐root eel worm, Heterodera rostochiensis Woll
  119. What shade and fertilisers are needed for good cocoa production?
  120. Evidence against relationships between root cation exchange capacity and cation uptake by plants
  121. The effect of clearing a tropical forest soil
  122. Electric charges and thixotropy of clays
  123. Outbreaks of tomato black ring virus in onion and leek crops in Northern Ireland
  124. Potential horticultural soils in Glamorgan
  125. The relationship between grapevine fanleaf, grapevine yellow mosaic and arabis mosaic viruses
  126. Host range and properties of grapevine fanleaf and grapevine yellow mosaic viruses
  127. Bibliography of the works of Sir Ronald Fisher
  128. Fitting a Quadratic
  129. Fiducial limits for a variance component
  130. A Subject Index to the Kendall‐Doig Bibliography of Statistical Literature
  131. Programming multiple regression
  132. Pleospora Bjoerilingii nom. nov
  133. Field emergence and laboratory germination of sugar-beet seed
  134. Experiments on the use of ethyl mercury phosphate and other materials for treating sugar‐beet seed
  135. Control of sugar‐beet downy mildew (Peronospora farinosa) by sprays
  136. A method of isolating Pythium spp. and Fusarium oxysporum from soil
  137. Experiments on organic manures, 1942–49
  138. The identity of rectorite and allevardite
  139. Costs and returns for reseeded hills in Montgomeryshire
  140. Fertilizer use on grassland in England and Wales
  141. Migration records 1961
  142. Human survival: the essential conditions
  143. Batch production of protein from leaves
  144. The selection and use of leafy crops as a source of protein for man
  145. Factors influencing the balance of mutual advantage in legume symbiosis
  146. Non-conventional protein sources
  147. Viruses, Genes and Cistrons [Response to Letter by C. C. Lindegren]
  148. Effect of weather on the height of flight of insects
  149. Analysis of the effect of temperature on insects in flight
  150. The pollination of mustard by honeybees
  151. The foraging behaviour of honeybees in an orchard of dwarf apple trees
  152. The foraging areas of honey-bee colonies in fruit orchards
  153. The effect of examining honeybee colonies on their subsequent foraging activity
  154. FORTRAN subroutines for time series analysis
  155. A factorial fertilizer experiment on coconuts
  156. The agricultural value of some water and citrate soluble fertilisers: an account of recent work at Rothamsted and elsewhere
  157. Experiments on cumulative dressings of fertilisers on calcareous soils in South‐West England II Phosphorus uptake by ryegrass in the greenhouse
  158. Residual value of superphosphate and rock phosphate on an acid soil I. Yields and phosphorus uptakes in the field
  159. Residual value of superphosphate and rock phosphate on an acid soil II. Soil analysis and greenhouse experiments
  160. Agricultural Value of some Water and Citrate Soluble Phosphate Fertilisers: An Account of Recent Work at Rothamsted and Elsewhere
  161. Some systemic insecticides compared as seed treatments against aphids
  162. A Cartesian hydrometer and its application to sedimentation analysis
  163. Thermal inactivation of tobacco necrosis virus
  164. Serological Relationships and Some Properties of Tobacco Necrosis Virus Strains
  165. The behaviour of some tobacco necrosis virus strains in plants
  166. The uptake of magnesium under exhaustive cropping
  167. Phytotoxicity of insecticides and acaricides II flowers and ornamentals
  168. Persistence of insecticides in the soil
  169. Gas exchange in plant communities
  170. Dew : facts and fallacies
  171. The pathogenicity for honey-bee larvae of microorganisms associated with European foulbrood
  172. Two viruses from adult honey bees (Apis mellifera Linnaeus)
  173. The Habitat of ‘Bacterium eurydice’
  174. Infectious diseases of the honey-bee
  175. Eyespot (Cercosporella herpotrichoides) and other factors influencing yield of wheat in the six-course rotation experiment at Rothamsted (1930-60)
  176. Plant viruses : Their nature and control
  177. A specialized autocode for the analysis of replicated experiments
  178. Weather and water in the growth of potatoes
  179. The role of the queen in preventing oogenesis in worker honeybees
  180. The rise of an isolated thermal in wind shear
  181. The radiation balance of bare soil and vegetation - radiative temperature in the heat balance of natural surfaces
  182. Rain in east africa
  183. Mirror for meteorologists
  184. Measurements of evaporation and heat transfer in the lower atmosphere by an automatic eddy-correlation technique
  185. Fifty years of physics at rothamsted
  186. Calculations of the ascent of a saturated buoyant parcel with mixing - cloud-droplet growth by condensation in cumulus
  187. Ronald Aylmer Fisher, 1890-1962