1973

  1. Alkali-metal complexes. Part VII. Crystal and molecular structures of the o-nitrophenolatobis(1,10-phenanthroline) complexes of sodium and rubidium
  2. Crystal structure of thallium (I) L-ascorbate
  3. Nematodes
  4. A trappers's line
  5. Types of fertilizers used on farm crops in England and wales, 1962-70
  6. An assessment of the importance of some factors causing losses of lime from agricultural soils
  7. Current and future developments in pollination practice and research
  8. Allergenic and agricultural implications of airborne ascospore concentrations from a fungus, Didymella exitialis
  9. Genetics of resistance of pyrethroid‐selected houseflies, Musca domestica L.
  10. NRDC 143, a more stable pyrethroid
  11. The effect of phorate on nematode populations in wheat grown continuously on ploughed and unploughed soil
  12. The possibilities of polluting soil by fertilizers and the way they are used
  13. The present and future use of fertilisers on grassland
  14. It pays to treat pastures well
  15. Some aspects of the development of toxic baits for the control of leaf-cutting ants
  16. The seed-soil system
  17. Loess in Devon
  18. Soil surveys for integrated land use planning
  19. Lime requirements and the lime status of soils in England and Wales, 1963–68
  20. Sugar-beet nutrition
  21. Experiments to compare combine harvesters
  22. The purity of chloroplasts isolated in non-aqueous media
  23. The biochemical mechanisms of resistance to insecticides with especial reference to the housefly, Musca domestica and aphid, Myzus persicae
  24. A technique for applying small drops of insecticide solution to Myzus persicae (sulz.)
  25. Weather 1973
  26. Nitrogenase activity in the rhizosphere of Stachys sylvatica and some other dicotyledenous plants
  27. Rhizosphere associations between grasses and nitrogen-fixing bacteria: Effect of O2 on nitrogenase activity in the rhizosphere of Paspalum notatum
  28. Palaeosol features in Northern England
  29. Soil bacteriostasis limitation in growth of soil and rhizosphere bacteria
  30. The reactions of soluble aluminium with montmorillonite
  31. Solutions to problems of soil pollution by agricultural chemicals
  32. Cereal seed treatments: problems and progress
  33. Uptake of Sulphur and other Nutrients by Groundnuts (Arachis hypogaea) in Northern Nigeria
  34. Developments in field experimentation with fertilizers
  35. Migration records 1968
  36. Microbial metabolism of 4-chloroaniline
  37. A simple relationship between soil sorption of organic chemicals and their octanol/water partition coefficients
  38. Toxic metabolites of diazinon in sheep
  39. Some chemical properties of hydromorphic soils.
  40. Monitor surveying for migrant insect pests
  41. Actinomycetes in soils, composts and fodders
  42. The air spora of a Portuguese Cork Factory
  43. Migration of pests in the tropics
  44. Problems related to the transoceanic transport of insects, especially between the Amazon and Congo areas
  45. Total cations in the size‐fractions of some british and malayan soils and their release to H+‐resins
  46. A comparison of X‐ray fluorescence spectrometry and chemical methods for determining sulphur in plant material
  47. Stomatal factor in the water use and dry matter production by sorghum
  48. Classification problems
  49. Chemistry Department Rothamsted Experimental Station 1972
  50. Factors contributing towards the initiation of slug activity in the field
  51. Th effects of ley arable systems of farming on soil potassium reserves - Report from potassium systems of grassland farming
  52. Biological aspects of the degradation and behaviour of pesticides in soil
  53. The pathogenicity of nodamura virus for insects
  54. Chemotherapy in the study of plant-parasitic nematodes
  55. The queen and the “spirit of the hive”
  56. Perception of the queen by workers in the honeybee colony
  57. Chemistry of the natural pyrethrins
  58. The pyrethrins and related compounds. XVII. Preparation of the insecticide bioresmethrin (5‐benzyl‐3‐furylmethyl (+)‐trans‐chrysanthemate) and related compounds labelled with deuterium or tritium on the furan ring
  59. Frederick Charles Bawden, 1908-1972
  60. Yield compensation in gappy potato crops and methods to measure effects of fungi pathogenic on seed tubers
  61. Washing sugar-beet seed
  62. Virus-like particles in take-all fungus, gaeumannomyces-graminis
  63. Virus-like particles in axenic cultures of puccinia-graminis-tritici
  64. Virus-like particles associated with 2 diseases of colocasia-esculenta (l) schott in Solomon-Islands
  65. Virus aggregates and pinwheels in plants infected with mite-transmitted ryegrass mosaic virus
  66. Variation in growth of seedlings and clones of agropyron-repens-(l)-beauv
  67. Treating potato ridges in spring with aldicarb, D‐D or dazomet to control potato cyst‐nematode, Heterodera rostochiensis, in sandy clay and peat loam soils
  68. Toxicity to foraging honeybees, apis-mellifera, of endosulfan, malathion and azinphos-methyl applied to flowering oil seed rape, brassica-napus
  69. Total cations in size-fractions of some British and malayan soils and their release to H+-resins
  70. Tocopherol egg production and migration by plusia-gamma
  71. Symbolic description of factorial models for analysis of variance
  72. Survival of entomophthora spp in mummified aphids at different temperatures and humidities
  73. Streptococcus faecalis, Bacillus alvei, and sacbrood virus in European foulbrood of the honey bee
  74. Statistical methods for the analysis of earnings data : with special application to salaries in Swedish industry /​ Anders Klevmarken
  75. Spicule structure in some heterodera spp
  76. Spermatogenesis and sperm ultrastructure in some cyst nematodes, Heterodera spp.
  77. Sources of magnesium for sugar-beet, potatoes and wheat grown on an acid sandy soil at Woburn, Beds
  78. Some effects of fertilizers and farm yard manure on organic phosphorus in soils
  79. Some aspects of hydrodynamic dispersion of solutes in porous materials
  80. Soils and fertilizers
  81. Soil classification in soil survey of England and Wales
  82. Soil and agricultural land classification in co londonderry - reappraisal
  83. Simple fluorescence staining of insect central nerve fibers with procion yellow
  84. Silica-gel as an insoluble carrier for preparation of selective chromatographic adsorbents - preparation of 8-hydroxyquinoline substituted silica-gel for chelation chromatography of some trace metals
  85. Significance of moonlight in photoperiodic responses of insects
  86. Significance of man-made sources of phosphorus - fertilizers and farming - phosphorus involved in agricultural systems and possibilities of its movement into natural water
  87. A self-powered portable insect suction sampler and its use to assess effects of azinphos methyl and endosulfan on blossom beetle populations on oil seed rape
  88. Seed-germination of agrostis-gigantea roth
  89. Seasonal changes in incubation time of Erysiphe graminis f.sp. hordei
  90. Results from experiments comparing aqueous and anhydrous ammonia with nitrochalk for grass cut for silage
  91. Response by sugar-beet to soil dressings and foliar sprays of manganese
  92. Residual and cumulative value of superphosphate in a 3-course rotation
  93. Relationship of age to first molar tooth development in a group of cross-bred steers
  94. Reactions of soluble aluminum with montmorillonite
  95. Reactions of ammonia with soil .1. Adsorption isotherms and calorimetric heats of adsorption of ammonia gas on homo-ionic soil
  96. PVX-Q: an Infective Product of Potato Virus X and a Leaf o-Quinone
  97. Purification of plant extracts for ion-exchange chromatography of free amino-acids
  98. Pro-transfer-rna synthetase from phaseolus-aureus and delonix-regia
  99. Preservation and storage of leaf protein preparations
  100. Preparation of clay soils for determination of structure
  101. Preparation of biological-material for scanning electron-microscopy by critical-point drying from water miscible solvents
  102. Potent pyrethroid insecticides from modified cyclopropane acids
  103. Pollination of hybrid kale (brassica-oleraceae l)
  104. Plant-growth responses to vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza .5. Phosphate uptake by 3 plant species from p-deficient soils labeled with P-32
  105. Plant-growth responses to vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza .4. In soil given additional phosphate
  106. Physicochemical properties of 2 honeybee picornaviruses
  107. A photostable pyrethroid
  108. Pectolytic enzymes in inoculated and uninoculated red-clover seedlings
  109. Palaeosol features in northern England
  110. Organic-matter and nitrogen in soils of Rothamsted classical experiments
  111. Ochre formation in field drains in pyritic soils
  112. Observations on Longidorus-euonymus n-sp and Xiphinema-vuittenezi Luc et al 1964 (Nematoda: Sorylaimida) associated with spindle trees infected with euonymus mosaic-virus in Czechoslovakia
  113. Observations on assbt-iirb tour - from England
  114. Nitrifying bacteria in soils from Rothamsted classical fields and elsewhere
  115. Nematode-transmitted viruses of sugar-beet in England, 1965-1972
  116. Natural mortality of wheat-bulb fly larvae
  117. Natural mortality of wheat-bulb fly eggs in bare fallow soils
  118. An N-acylamino acid acylase from Nicotiana tabacum leaves
  119. Motion and skeleton in small nematodes
  120. Mobilization and fixation of molybdenum, vanadium, and uranium by decomposing plant matter
  121. Microbial populations and nitrogen in soil growing consecutive cereal crops infected with take-all
  122. Measuring nitrification and recovery of aqueous ammonia applied to grassland
  123. Manuring of potatoes on fen silt soils in holland, lincolnshire
  124. Manganese deficiency of sugar-beet in organic soils
  125. Mandibular gland secretion of larvae of stored products pests anagasta-kuehniella, ephestia-cautella, plodia-interpunctella and ephestia-elutella
  126. Low-altitude migration and diurnal flight periodicity - importance of plusia-gamma-l (lepidoptera-plusiidae)
  127. Longitudinal distribution of growth-substances in leaves of wheat (triticum-aestivum l)
  128. Light-trap and suction-trap catches of insects in Northern Gezira, Sudan, in season of southward movement of inter-tropical front
  129. Late-pliocene marine-formation at st erth, cornwall
  130. Latent roots and vectors of a symmetric matrix
  131. Isopycnic banding of strains of radish mosaic-virus in rubidium bromide solutions
  132. Irrigation as a practical means to control potato common scab (streptomyces-scabies) - final experiment and conclusions
  133. Intracellular microorganism associated with tissues of heterodera spp
  134. Interpreting structure formulae
  135. Interparticle forces and their modifications
  136. Influence of moonlight on catches of insects in light-traps in africa .2. Effect of moon phase on light-trap catches
  137. Influence of moonlight on catches of insects in light-traps in africa .1. Moon and moonlight
  138. Infection of cereal aphids by fungus entomophthora
  139. Indexing and display of soil survey data by means of feature-cards and boolean maps
  140. Incidence and prevalence
  141. Host range and overwintering sources of bean leaf roll and pea enation mosaic viruses in England
  142. Growth of crop roots in relation to soil-moisture extraction
  143. Growth and water absorption of wheat with parts of roots at different water potentials
  144. Growth and development of storage root of sugar-beet
  145. Green manuring for barley at Woburn
  146. Glasshouse tests of chemicals for control of potato common scab
  147. Genetic studies on factors affecting cross-resistance spectra in insecticide resistant insects
  148. Genetic determination of honeybee (apis-mellifera l) foraging preferences
  149. Genetic complementation between middle and bottom components of 2 strains of radish mosaic-virus
  150. Fortran techniques, with special reference to non-numerical applications - day,ac
  151. Foraging behavior of honeybees (apis-mellifera-l) on brussels sprout (brassica-oleracea l)
  152. Fluctuations in populations of wheat bulb fly (leptohylemyia-coarctata) at Rothamsted
  153. Factors influencing loss of nutrients in land drainage
  154. Exploration and selection of penetration site by tylenchida
  155. Egg-transport in genital-tract and egg-laying by aphelenchoides-blastophthorus
  156. Effects of skin spot (oospora-pustulans) on potatoes
  157. Effects of population-density on alienicolae of aphis-fabae scop .5. Variations in size, relative wing length and numbers of antennal sensoriums of field alatae
  158. Effects of population-density on alienicolae of aphis-fabae scop .4. Expression of migratory urge among alatae in field
  159. Effects of growth-regulators, seed rates and row spacings on field beans (Vicia faba L.)
  160. Effects of growing resistant potatoes with gene h1 from solanum-tuberosum ssp andigena on populations of heterodera-rostochiensis British pathotype-a
  161. Effects of d-d, telone or dazomet applied to potato ridges in spring on potato cyst-nematode, heterodera-rostochiensis, in sandy loam and silt loam soils
  162. Effects of dazomet and fertilizer nitrogen on field beans (Vicia faba L.)
  163. Effects of cereal extracts on attack on wheat by wheat bulb fly, leptohylemyia-coarctata
  164. Effects of black scurf (rhizoctonia-solani) on potatoes
  165. Effect of time of sowing and harvesting on growth, yield and nitrogen fertilizer requirement of sugar-beet .1. Yield and nitrogen uptake at harvest
  166. Effect of time of n application in a growth period on herbage production
  167. Effect of sodium on growth of water-stressed sugar-beet
  168. Effect of plant parasitic nematodes, rainfall and other factors on docking disorder of sugar-beet
  169. Effect of light and temperature late in season on growth of sugar-beet
  170. The effect of fungicides on incidence of Sporobolomyces spp. and Cladosporium spp. on flag leaves of winter wheat
  171. Dynamics of k and no3 concentrations in root zone of winter-wheat at Broadbalk using specific-ion electrodes
  172. Distribution of minor elements among components of a soil developed in loess
  173. Distribution of boron in a soil developed in loess in relation to weathering of glauconite
  174. Distribution of aphids in spring cereals
  175. Crystal-structures of complexes between alkali-metal salts and cyclic polyethers .6. Complex formed between dicyclohexyl-18-crown-6, isomer b, (perhydrodibenzo b,k 1,4,7,10,13,16 hexaoxacyclo-octadecin) and sodium bromide
  176. Crystal-structure of talc
  177. Crystal-structure of bromo tris(2-vinylphenyl)phosphine rhodium(i)
  178. Cowpea mild mottle, a newly recognized virus infecting cowpeas (vigna-unguiculata) in ghana
  179. Controlling early death of potatoes caused by heterodera-rostochiensis and verticillium-dahliae
  180. Control of sugar-beet docking disorder - trials comparing spring application of fumigants and aldicarb
  181. Control of potato cyst-nematode, heterodera-rostochiensis, in silt and peat loams by 10 pesticides applied to soil at planting time
  182. Control of potato cyst-nematode, heterodera-rostochiensis, in sandy, peaty and silt loam soils by dazomet and telone applied in different ways
  183. Control of potato cyst-nematode, heterodera-rostochiensis, in sandy loam, by du pont 1410 (s-methyl 1-(dimethylcarbamoyl)-n- (methylcarbamoyl) oxy thioformimidate) applied to soil at planting time
  184. Control of potato cyst-nematode, heterodera-rostochiensis, in 3 soils by small amounts of aldicarb, dupont 1410 or nemacur applied to soil at planting time
  185. Control of cyst-nematodes (heterodera spp) by organophosphates, oximecarbamates and soil fumigants
  186. Comparison of X-ray-fluorescence spectrometry and chemical methods for determining sulfur in plant material
  187. Comparison of triglycerides from aphids and their cornicle secretions
  188. Comparison of growth and competition behavior of seedlings and plants from rhizomes of Agropyron-Repens (L) Beauv and Agrostis-Gigantea Roth
  189. Comparison of fortran subroutines for calculating latent roots and vectors
  190. Comparative transmission of bean leaf roll and pea enation mosaic viruses by aphids
  191. A comparative study of titrimetric and gravimetric methods for determination of organic carbon in soil
  192. Chloroplast pigments in plants with c4-dicarboxylic acid pathway of photosynthesis
  193. Chemistry of secretion from cornicles of various species of aphids
  194. Changes with age in distribution of copper and some copper-containing oxidases in red-clover (trifolium-pratense l cv dorset marlgrass)
  195. Changes in chloroplast pigments during preparation of leaf protein
  196. Cellulase in red-clover exudates
  197. Cause of variation in distribution of infestations of wheat bulb fly (leptohylemyia-coarctata) within fields
  198. Cation leaching from surface soil of some Broadbalk plots
  199. Breakdown and fate of oximecarbamate nematicides in crops and soils
  200. Bionomics of aphids reared on cereals and some gramineae
  201. Being right size
  202. Beet mosaic - declining disease in England
  203. An apparatus for the isolated propagation of foliar pathogens and their hosts
  204. Aphid colonization of spring cereals
  205. Anatomy and preliminary chemical-analysis of postpharyngeal glands of leaf-cutting ant, acromyrmex-octospinosus (reich) (hym, formicidae)
  206. Analysis of surveys on computers - features of Rothamsted survey program
  207. Aerial baiting to control leaf-cutting ants (formicidae, attini) in trinidad .1. Bait, its production, and effects of weathering on attractiveness and persistence of toxicants
  208. Activity of six fungicides against cereal foliage and root diseases
  209. A µ-dinitrogen complex with a long N–N bond. X-Ray crystal structure of [(PMe2Ph)4CIReN2MoCl4(OMe)]
  210. Studies in vitro and in vivo with powdery mildew fungicides
  211. The effect of a few days rain on the distribution of common scab Streptomyces scabies on younger potato tubers