1972

  1. Trap-nesting solitary bees for students of biology
  2. Experiments on herbage crops at Saxmundham, 1967-71
  3. Results from the Woburn Reference Experiment, 1960-1969
  4. Sulphur in Northern Nigerian Soils: 1. The effects of cultivation and fertilizers on total S and sulphate patterns in soil profiles
  5. Frederick C Bawden 1908-1972 Obituary
  6. Virus Inclusions Formed by the PM2 Mutant of TMV
  7. Auxins and cytokinins exuded during formation of roots by detached primary leaves and stems of dwarf French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)
  8. Changes in growth‐substance contents during growth of wheat grains
  9. Recent research on swarming behaviour, including sound production
  10. The Effect of Systemic Fungicides on the Aphid Pathogen, Cephalosporium aphidicola
  11. Growth of Agropyron repens seedlings in cereals and field beans
  12. Electron microscopy in biology
  13. Microbial degradation of pesticides and herbicides with special reference to phenylcarbamate and phenylurea herbicides
  14. Antibiotics
  15. The Removal of Nitrate from Solution by Floc‐forming Bacteria on Decomposing Cellulose Particles
  16. Conifer seedling pathology
  17. Production of mate Meloidogyne spp and attraction to their females
  18. Insecticides and beekeeping in England
  19. Bee poisoning in England and Wales, 1971
  20. Gelatin as a carrier for S2‐cyanoethyl N‐[(methylcarbamoyl)oxy]thioacetimidate, an experimental molluscicide
  21. Black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides Huds.) and its control
  22. Electrophoresis of protein from different populations of the potato cyst nematode
  23. Using radiotracers in soil chemistry research
  24. Exchange of potassium in soils in relation to other cations
  25. The oesophago-intestinal junction in the Dorylaimoidea (Nematoda)
  26. Proceedings of the Association of Applied Biologists - Pathotypes of Heterodera avenae
  27. Effects of defoliating different zones on the plant in field beans (Vicia faba L.)
  28. The influence of soil type and Endogone strain on the growth of mycorrhizal plants in phosphate-deficient soils
  29. Effects of different Endogone strains on the growth of Paspalum notatum
  30. A simple insect flight recorder
  31. Flight activity of Plusia Gamma in the laboratory
  32. The Resistance of Hybrids of Solanum tuberosum ssp. andigena and S. multidissectum to Heterodera rostochiensis Pathotype E
  33. Disc Electrophoresis and Larval Dimensions of British, Dutch and Other Populations of Heterodera Rostochiensis, as Evidence of the Existence of Two Species, Each With Pathotypes
  34. Effects of some soil conditions on sugar-beet seedling emergence
  35. Monogerm sugar-beet seed production experiments
  36. The effects of windbreaks on the blossom‐visiting fauna of apple orchards and on yield
  37. Weather 1972
  38. The relative importance of weather, soil- and soil-borne inoculum in determining the incidence of common scab (Streptomyces scabies) in potato crops
  39. Streptomyces scabies and potato scab disease
  40. An automatic multichannel thermocouple psychrometer based on an operational amplifier
  41. Control of Stem Nematode (Ditylenchus dipsaci) attacking Onions by Aldicarb and Dazomet in Sandy Loam
  42. A biometric study of seasonal variation in worker wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae)
  43. Potassium-aluminium exchange in acid soils I Kinetics
  44. Sensitivity an alternative representation of the power function of a test of significance
  45. The International Hydrological Decade
  46. Effect of light on tobacco mosaic virus formation under anaerobic conditions
  47. The effect of light on tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) formation
  48. Effects of shading and of seasonal differences in weather on the growth, sugar content and sugar yield of sugar‐beet crops
  49. Interference between two satellite viruses of tobacco necrosis virus
  50. Some properties of potato mop-top virus and its serological relationship to tobacco mosaic virus
  51. Techniques in multivariate analysis
  52. The uptake of [14C] dieldrin via the roots of young cotton plants
  53. The purification and some properties of cocoa necrosis virus, a serotype of tomato black ring virus
  54. Control of nematode pests, background and outlook for biological control
  55. Coccinellid beetles on the East Coast
  56. Composition of extracellular polysaccharides of Rhizobium trifolii
  57. Cereal aphids, their parasites and predators caught in cages over oat and winter wheat crops
  58. Continuous Breeding of Wheat Bulb Fly, Leptohylemyia coarctata(Fall.)
  59. The Egg‐shell of the Cabhage Root Fly, Erioischia brassicae (Bouche)
  60. The Egg‐shell of the Wheat Bulb Fly, Leptohylemyia coarctata (Fall.)
  61. Potato mop-top virus in infected cells
  62. The role of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza in the removal of phosphorus from soil by plant roots
  63. Microbiology of the soil
  64. A Model of the Extension and Branching of a Seminal Root of Barley, and Its Use in Studying Relations Between Root Dimensions I the Model
  65. A Model of the Extension and Branching of a Seminal Root of Barley, and Its Use in Studying Relations Between Root Dimensions I the Model
  66. Plant growth responses to vesicular‐arbuscular mycorrhiza III Increased uptake of labile P from soil
  67. Biological effects of combining carboxin, organomercury fungicides and insecticides as seed dressings for wheat, and the effect of these combinations on adherence of the pesticides to the seed
  68. The location of the secretions that attract male Heterodera schachtii and H. rostochiensis to their females
  69. The distribution of aphids on potato leaves in relation to vein size
  70. Effect of Moisture Supply, Root Temperature, and Growth Regulators on Photosynthesis of Isolated Rooted Leaves of Sweet Potato (Ipomoea batatas)
  71. Two new species of Trichodorus (Nematoda: Dorylaimida) from England
  72. Stem and inflorescence galls on yarrow (Achillea millefolium L.) caused by the nematode Anguina millefolii (Low, 1874) Filipjev, 1936
  73. Effects of ammonium and nitrate nutrition or take‐all disease of wheat in pots
  74. The oxidation of Schiff bases of pyridoxamine with α-oxo acids by manganous ions and peroxidase
  75. The growth, composition and nutrient uptake of spring wheat: Effects of fertilizer-N, irrigation and CCC on dry matter and N, P, K, Ca, Mg, and Na
  76. The influence of a Honeybee (Apis Mellifera) colony on egg-laying by its Queen
  77. The role of the Nasonov gland pheromone in crop communication by honeybees (Apis mellifera L.)
  78. Hoarding by honeybees (Apis mellifera L.)
  79. The transport of pollen on the body hairs of honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) and bumblebees (Bombus spp. L.)
  80. Control of potato cyst‐nematode, Heterodera rostochiensis, in peaty loam soil by D‐D, aldicarb and a resistant variety of potato
  81. Injury to Field Beans (Viciafaba L.) by Tylenchorhynchus dubius
  82. Chemical control of potato cyst‐nematode in sandy clay soil
  83. Results from an experiment comparing aqueous ammonia with Nitro-Chalk for grazed grass
  84. Separation and determination of isoflavones in the protein concentrate from red clover leaves
  85. Establishment of phage and bacteria in a sterilized compost in a glasshouse
  86. Time factor in aerial photography for soil surveys in lowland England
  87. Air photographs for soil survey in lowland England: soil patterns
  88. Similar effects of suspensions of copper oxychloride and kaolin on sprayed leaves
  89. Action spectra and their interpretation [Chapter 4]
  90. A Taxonomic Study of the Sherborne Soil Mapping Unit
  91. The measurement of mean temperatures by the sucrose inversion method
  92. Oxidation and phosphorylation associated with the conversion of glycine to serine
  93. Adenosine triphosphate synthesis and the natural electron acceptor for synthesis of serine from glycine in leaves (ATP)
  94. The effect of Pratylenchus fallax on wheat barley and sugar beet roots
  95. The performance of commercial dressing machinery used to apply powder formulations of gamma-BHC to cereal seeds
  96. Infection of protoplasts from yeast with tobacco mosaic virus
  97. The effect of soil fumigation with D‐D on the yields of sugar beet and other crops
  98. Pathotypes of Heterodera avenae
  99. Top-dressing of nitrogen for sugar beet
  100. Comparisons of kieserite and calcined magnesite for sugar beet grown on sandy soils
  101. Techniques for manipulating small nematodes
  102. Some effects, especially on yield, of artificially defoliating sugar beet
  103. Cuticle structure in the genus Heterodera
  104. Assay of nitrogenase activity by acetylene reduction / production
  105. Nitrogenase activity and oxygen sensitivity of the Paspalum notatum-Azotobacter paspali association
  106. Nitrogenase activity in the rhizosphere of sugar cane and some other tropical grasses
  107. The incidence of sugar beet seedling diseases and effects of seed treatment in England
  108. Effects of nitrogen and potassium fertilisers on contents of carbohydrates and free amino acids in Italian ryegrass II Changes in the composition of the non‐protein nitrogen fraction and the distribution of individual amino acids
  109. Plant growth substances produced by micro‐organisms of soil and rhizosphere
  110. Herbicide movement and availability in soils
  111. Factors affecting the performance of granular insecticides applied to field beans
  112. Sulphur in Northern Nigerian Soils: 1. The effects of cultivation and fertilizers on total S and sulphate patterns in soil profiles
  113. Absorption of atmospheric sulphur by mustard (Sinapis alba) grown in a glasshouse
  114. Tests of long-term residues of phosphorus fertilizer
  115. Ridge-and-trough topography in the north Cotswolds
  116. The oxidation of iron sulphides in soils in relation to the formation of acid sulphate soils, and of ochre deposits in field drains
  117. Experiments on the use of anhydrous ammonia for grass
  118. A Brief History of Rothamsted Experimental Station from 1843 to 1901 : Founded by John Bennet Lawes with Dr J H Gilbert
  119. Research on leaf protein and its applications
  120. The influence of physical environmental factors on the activity of Rhizobium in soil and in symbiosis
  121. Effects of light-trap design and illumination of samples of moths in the Kenya highlands
  122. Effects of EDTA and other compounds on chlorophyll breakdown in detached leaves
  123. Academic aspects of applied research on food proteins
  124. Actinomycete and fungus spores in air as respiratory allergens
  125. Short communication The microbiology of grain stored underground in Iron Age type pits
  126. Avery in retrospect
  127. Scanning electron microscopy of Erysiphe graminis
  128. Growth and uptake of nitrogen by wheat and ryegrass in fumigated and irradiated soil
  129. Changes in magnesium and calcium in soils of the Broadbalk wheat experiment at Rothamsted from 1865 to 1966
  130. Gas exchange of field crops
  131. Preparation of Mixtures for the Calibration of Gas Analysers
  132. Transmission of plant-pathogenic viruses by aphids
  133. Measures of taxonomic distance and their analysis
  134. Generating successive incomplete blocks with each pair of elements in at least one block
  135. The Assessment of Economic Losses in Yield of Annual Crops Caused by Pests, and the Problem of the Economic Threshold
  136. Mating of Heterodera rostochiensis pathtypes
  137. Pathotypes of Heterodera avenae
  138. Assessing the age of field female wheat bulb flies (Leptohylemyia coarctata)
  139. Changes in soil properties caused by the new liming scheme on Park Grass
  140. The Agdell experiment
  141. The effects of ley and arable cropping systems on the amounts of soil organic matter in the Rothamsted and Woburn ley-arable experiment
  142. A simple diffractometer heating stage
  143. Soil and agricultural land classification in Co Londonderry : a reappraisal
  144. A taxonometric study of the Sherborne mapping unit
  145. Matric suctions to which soils in South Central England drain
  146. Computer-based soil mapping of small areas from sample data I Multivariate classification and ordination
  147. Computer-based soil mapping of small areas from sample data II Classification smoothing
  148. Nosema apis in drone honeybees
  149. Effects of sacbrood virus on adult honey-bees
  150. Factors affecting the amount of tobacco mosaic virus nucleic acid in phenol treated extracts from tobacco leaves
  151. The inhibition, inactivation and precipitation of tobacco mosaic virus nucleic acid by components of leaf extracts
  152. A method for predicting proportions of affected herds from proportions of affected animals
  153. Summary and assessment : a statistician's point of view
  154. Mathematics for biologists
  155. Results from barley experiments comparing aqueous ammonia and aqueous urea with ammonium nitrate, and also liquid with granular NPK fertilizers
  156. Insecticidal activity of the pyrethrins and related compounds V. toxicity of the methylbenzyl chrysanthemates to houseflies (Musca domestica) and mustard beetles (Phaedon cochleariae)
  157. Water-soluble carbohydrates in extracts from large-scale preparation of leaf protein
  158. Sugar-beet pest and disease incidence and damage, and pesticide usage - report of an iirb inquiry
  159. Statistical Papers of George Udny Yule (1871-1951). by Alan Stuart, Maurice G. Kendall
  160. Social impact of modern biology - Fuller, W.
  161. Pseudocrystalline bodies in chloroplasts of isolated protoplasts and of incubated leaf disks
  162. Probability, statistics and data analysis
  163. Preservation of infective microsporidan spores
  164. Potassium reserves in a harwell series soil
  165. Number of variables when searching for an optimum
  166. Monte-Carlo trial on behaviour of non-additivity test with nonnormal data
  167. Influence of feeding duration on molting and sex determination of meloidogyne-incognita
  168. Influence of cultural factors on incidence of aphids and yellows in beet
  169. Infection of tobacco mesophyll protoplasts with tobacco mosaic-virus
  170. Heterodera-pallida n-sp (nematoda-heteroderidae), second species of potato cyst nematode
  171. Generalized inverse matrices - boullion,tl and odell,pl
  172. Fluidizing column for extracting nematodes from soil
  173. Factor analysis as a statistical method - lawley,dn and maxwell,ae
  174. Effect of dowco-275, a new organophosphorus nematicide, on potato cyst nematode
  175. Defecation behavior of aphelenchoides-blastophthorus
  176. Continuous-flow porometer
  177. Computer simulation of cation distribution in octahedral layers of micas
  178. Comparison of crop rotations, and of fertilizer with compost, in long-term experiments with sitka spruce (picea-sitchensis) in 2 English nurseries
  179. Cephalosporium-like hyphomycetes - 2 species of acremonium from heated substrates
  180. Biology of solitary bee osmia-rufa (l) (megachilidae)
  181. Factors affecting the activities of nitrophenol fungicides IV. The influence of hydrogen bonding
  182. Factors affecting the activities of nitrophenol fungicides III. The influence of substituents on the hydrogen bonding characteristics of nitro- and halogeno-phenols
  183. Generalized linear models