1965

  1. Lengths and structure of particles of barley strips mosaic virus
  2. Obituary: John Basil Goodey
  3. Light and crop production
  4. Description of Anatonchus amiciae n. sp.(Nematoda: Mononchidae) with observations on its juvenile stages and anatomy.
  5. Drilocephalobus congoensis ng, n. sp.
  6. Zinc and Other Metallic Ions as Hatching Agents for the Beet Cyst Nematode, Heterocdera schachtii Schm.
  7. Transmission of sugar beet viruses in relation to the feeding, probing and flight activity of alate aphids
  8. Soils and fertilizers
  9. Principles of manuring
  10. Using nitrogen to regulate growth
  11. The effects of two soil types on diffusion of soil sterilants
  12. Diffusion within soil microstructure a structural parameter for soils
  13. Cation-anion relationships in crop nutrition
  14. Cation-anion relationships in crop nutrition: V. The effects of soil temperature, light intensity and soil-water tension
  15. The mineralogy of some Upper Chalk samples from the Arundel area, Sussex
  16. Low altitude flight of Oscinella frit L.(Diptera: Chloropidae)
  17. Properties and structure of lettuce necrotic yellows virus
  18. The penetration of Tripius sciarae (Spaerulariidae: Aphelenchoidea) into its insect host, Bradysia paupera Tuom (Mycetophilidae: Diptera)
  19. Effects of gibberellic acid and (2‐chloroethyl)‐trimethylammonium chloride on potato growth and development
  20. The efeect of insecticide applications to the sugar beet crop early in the season on aphid and yellows incidence
  21. Aphids on sugar beet and some weeds in England, and notes on weeds as a source of beet viruses
  22. A preliminary survey of variation in susceptibility of Myzus persicae, associated with sugar beet, to organophosphorous insecticides
  23. Descriptive uses of discriminant functions
  24. The yields of leaf protein extracted by large‐scale processing of various crops
  25. Effect of soil amendment with chitin on pea wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. pisi
  26. Significance of recent structure determinations of layer silicates for clay studies
  27. Ridding a glasshouse soil of dagger nematode before planting with roses
  28. Diffusion of cations in soils - Plant nutrient supply and movement
  29. Further studies on cocoa yellow mosaic virus
  30. The relationship between crop response and the determination of soil phosphorus by chemical methods. II Soil Phosphorus
  31. Nutrition experiments in forest nurseries: slow-release fertilizers for conifer seedlings
  32. Migration records
  33. The presentation of leaf protein on the table: II
  34. A belt press for separating juices from fibrous pulp
  35. Symbiotic nitrogen fixation Chapter 10
  36. The maldistribution of research effort
  37. The relation between nodule bacteria and the legume host in the rhizosphere and in the process of infection
  38. Diurnal periodicity of flight by insects
  39. A natural law for the spatial disposition of insects
  40. Low altitude flight of Oscinella frit L.(Diptera: Chloropidae)
  41. Diurnal periodicity of flight by insects
  42. Flight behaviour and aphid migration
  43. Chlorophyll bleaching by legume seeds
  44. The use of concrete staved silos for storing high-moisture barley
  45. The infectivity of soils containing Phytophthora infestans
  46. Organic matter and soil dynamics
  47. The part played by animals in soil formation
  48. The decomposition of labelled plant material in soil
  49. Organic matter in soil
  50. Distribution of fertilizer residues in a forest nursery manuring experiment on a sandy podsol at Wareham, Dorset
  51. Abnormal development of embryos induced by inbreeding in Delphacodes pellucida Fabricius and Delphacodes dubia Kirschbaum (Araeopidae, Homoptera), vectors of European wheat striate mosaic virus
  52. Sugar and fructosan accumulation in virus‐infected plants: rapid testing by circular‐paper chromatography
  53. Some methods of assessing crop loss caused by pests
  54. Supplementary Notes to the Foregoing Article : A focal point for insect ecology in agriculture by Johnson, C. G.
  55. The assessment of economic effectiveness of pest control in field experiments
  56. Residual value of cumulative dressings of superphosphate, rock phosphate and basic slag on a sandy soil at Wareham, Dorset
  57. Observations on noctule bats (nyctalus noctula) captured while feeding
  58. Cephalosporium stripe of wheat and root damage by insects
  59. Biometrical studies on some common cirripedes I. Balanus balanoides: measurements of the scuta and terga of animals from a wide geographical range
  60. DDT tolerance in diazinon-selected and DDT-selected strains of houseflies
  61. The influence of volatility and water solubility of systemic insecticides on their movement through soil and absorption by plant roots
  62. The persistence of some insecticides in soil and their effects on soil animals
  63. A sample applicator for preparative layer chromatography
  64. The ingestion of nitrogen and solid matter from Vicia faba by Aphis fabae Scop
  65. Separation of chlorophyllis a and b and related compounds by thin layer chromatography on cellulose
  66. The combination of locomotor features of the primate shoulder girdle by canonical analysis
  67. Observations on the biological development of macropores in soils of Romney Marsh
  68. Soil classification in Britain
  69. A simple injection port and column holder for use in gas chromatography
  70. An electro-pneumatic microelectrode puller
  71. Changes in the Park Grass experiment
  72. Notes on the use of soil analysis for estimating available P in Rothamsted soils
  73. Effect of pesticide residues on soil invertebrates and plants
  74. Controlled mating to produce hybrids between pathotypes of Heterodera rostochiensis Woll
  75. The effect of ultraviolet radiation on the stem and bulb nematode Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kuhn)
  76. Analysis of microclimate in cereals and grasses
  77. Analysis of the photosynthesis and respiration of field crops from vertical fluxes of carbon dioxide
  78. Susceptibility of the honey bee, Apis mellifera Linnaeus, infested with Acarapis woodi (Rennie) to infection by airborne pathogens
  79. Paralysis of the honey bee, Apis mellifera Linnaeus
  80. The occurrence of chronic and acute bee paralysis viruses in bees outside Britain
  81. The effect of Acarapis woodi on Honeybees from North America
  82. The effect of erythromycin on Streptococcus pluton (White)
  83. Sir John Russell OBE, FRS
  84. The analysis of randomized experiments with orthogonal block structure II Treatment structure and the general analysis of variance
  85. What is wrong with the teaching of statistics?
  86. Two decades of surveys of fertilizer practice
  87. The measurement and control of stomatal resistance in the field
  88. Sex attraction in Andrena flavipes Panzer (Hymenoptera: Apidae), with some observations on nest-site restriction
  89. Structure of arctic winter stratosphere over a 10-yr period
  90. Radiation and crops
  91. Light distribution and photosynthesis in field crops
  92. Electrification produced by rupture of large water drops in an electric field
  93. Discussion of sea smoke and steam fog - pm saunders
  94. Discussion of p ramm and fwg warren
  95. Discussion of houghton dm
  96. Discussion of horizontal transport of heat and moisture - a micrometeorological study - ne rider - jr philip - ef bradley
  97. Discussion of hh lamb
  98. Circulation of water in soil under a temperature gradient
  99. Charge transfer associated with temperature gradients in ice crystals grown in a diffusion chamber
  100. Honeybee pheromones
  101. Epidemiology of Phytophthora infestans 4. Spraying trials 1959 to 1963 and infection of tubers
  102. The pyrethrins and related compounds. Part VII. New pyrethrin-like compounds with ester and ketonic groups in alcoholic side chain
  103. The pyrethrins and related compounds. Part VI. Structures of enols of pyrethrolone
  104. New pyrethrin-like esters with high insecticidal activity
  105. Insecticidal activity of pyrethrum extract and its four insecticidal constituents against house flies. VI. Relative toxicity of pyrethrin I and pyrethrin II against 4 strains of house flies
  106. Evaporation and environment
  107. Studies on the decomposition of plant material in soil .I. Losses of carbon from 14C labelled ryegrass incubated with soil in the field
  108. The incidence of bean leaf roll virus in some varieties of field beans (Vicia faba L)
  109. Losses of nitrogen by ammonia volatization from surface-fertilized tropical forest soils