1975

  1. Decrease of take‐all by a transmissible factor in take‐all decline soils
  2. Inoculum of the take-all fungus: nature, measurement, distribution and survival
  3. The behaviour of xylocopa mordax foraging on ipomoca nil
  4. Pollination of Capsicum frutescens L., Capsicum annuum L. and Solanum melongena L.(Solanaceae) in Jamaica
  5. Beneficial insects present on a motorway verge
  6. Pollination of coconut (Cocos nucifera L.) in Jamaica by honeybees and wasps
  7. A field method for determining air permeability in soil
  8. Multiband photography for soil survey in Breckland, East Anglia
  9. Retrospect on the discovery of a new insecticide
  10. Control of weed beet in cereals
  11. Sources of protein for people and livestock; the amounts now available and future prospects
  12. A comparison of two methods of overall fumigation for the control of Docking disorder of sugar beet
  13. Nematicide usage on sugarbeet
  14. Soil respiration
  15. New evidence for the glacial diversion of the River Teme near Ludlow, Salop
  16. Growth and yield of sugar beet on contrasting soils in relation to nitrogen supply: I. Soil nitrogen analyses and yield
  17. Growth and yield of sugar beet on contrasting soils in relation to nitrogen supply: II. Growth, uptake and leaching of nitrogen
  18. International cooperation in the development of control of pests and diseases of sugarbeet
  19. Bird damage to sugarbeet and approaches to its control
  20. Air photo-tones and soil properties: implications for interpreting satellite imagery
  21. Electric fence for retaining slugs in outdoor enclosures
  22. Studies of the carboxylesterases of Myzus persicae resistant and susceptible to organophosphorus insecticides
  23. Studies of the acetylcholinesterase from houseflies (Musca domestica L.) resistant and susceptible to organophosphorus insecticides
  24. The importance of the decreased susceptibility of acetylcholinesterase in the resistance of houseflies to organophosphorus insecticides
  25. Resistance to organophosphorus insecticides of peach-potato aphid (Myzus persicae) from sugarbeet in 1975
  26. Monitoring for resistance to organophosphorus insecticides in Myzus persicae from sugarbeet
  27. Observations on cereal aphids and their natural enemies in 1972
  28. Sugarbeet, and its pest and virus problems, in England
  29. Legume root nodule initiation and development
  30. Mycoplasma-like Organisms in Ipomoea batatas in the Solomon Islands
  31. Ramularia beticola in sugar-beet seed crops in England
  32. Fungal diseases of sugar beet in England and the prospects for the use of fungicides
  33. Selective insecticidal action
  34. Retrospect on the discovery of a new insecticide
  35. The future of pesticide technology opportunities for research
  36. Effects of Ground Rock Phosphate-Sulphur Mixture on Yield and Nutrient Uptake of Groundnuts (Arachis hypogaea) in Northern Nigeria
  37. Clay mineralogy of sediments of the western Nile Delta
  38. The turnover of organic matter in agricultural soils
  39. Comparison of compositions and properties of natural and laboratory-prepared humified organic-matter.
  40. Effects of sulphur fertilizers and of copper on the yield and composition of spring wheat grown in an sandy soil prone to surface compaction
  41. Algorithm AS 80: Spherical Statistics
  42. Relating classification to identification
  43. Woburn Experimental Farm: a hundred years of agricultural research
  44. Potassium in soils under different cropping systems, 3. Non-exchangeable potassium in soils from long-term experiments at Rothamsted and Woburn
  45. Experiments made on Stackyard Field, Woburn, 1876-1974. I. History of the Field, Details of the Cropping and Manuring and the Yields in the Continuous Wheat and Barley Experiments
  46. The Woburn Market Garden experiment, 1942-1969. II: The effect of the treatments on soil pH, soil carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium
  47. Experiments made on Stackyard Field, Woburn, 1876-1974. II. Effects of treatments on soil pH, P and K in the Continuous Wheat and Barley Experiments
  48. The Woburn Market Garden experiment 1942-1969 I. A history of the experiment, details of the treatments and yields of the crops
  49. Experiments made on Stackyard Field, Woburn, 1876-1974. III. Effects of NPK Fertilisers and Farmyard Manure on Soil Carbon, Nitrogen and Organic Phosphorus
  50. Effects of direct drilling on the soil fauna
  51. Soil transect correlograms of North Oxfordshire and their interpretation
  52. Heat and mass transfer within plant canopies
  53. Recent research on honeybee viruses
  54. tRNA species in the developing grain of Triticum aestivum
  55. Yields of extracted protein and of residual fiber from potato haulm taken as a by-product
  56. Viruslike particles in the taro planthopper, Tarophagus proserpina
  57. Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal infections in root organ-cultures
  58. The use of weather data and counts of aphids in field to predict incidence of yellowing viruses of sugar-beet crops in England in relation to use of insecticides
  59. Use of pine resin in nests of pemphredonine wasps
  60. Uptake of phenylalanine and tyrosine by seedling root tips
  61. Unusual features of toxic action of dimethoate on periplaneta-americana and their causes
  62. Turbulent-diffusion within a wheat canopy .2. Results and interpretation
  63. Turbulent-diffusion within a wheat canopy .1. Measurement using nitrous-oxide
  64. Transmission of broad bean stain virus and Echtes Ackerbohnenmosaik-virus to field beans (Vicia faba) by weevils
  65. Transfer-rna species in developing grain of triticum-aestivum
  66. Technique for selective solution of iron oxides in thin-sections of soil
  67. Synthesis of 10 isomers of a macrocyclic polyether, tetramethyldibenzo-18-crown-6, and their complexes with salts of alkali-metals
  68. Surveys of sugar-beet seed crops, mangold clamps and weeds in England for aphids and viruses, 1963-73
  69. Surface-areas of calcium-carbonate in soils
  70. Studies of acetylcholinesterase from houseflies (Musca domestica L.) resistant and susceptible to organophosphorus insecticides
  71. Studies in leaf litter breakdown III Influence of leaf age
  72. Some obstacles to eliminating famine
  73. Some methods of mounting and maintaining live organisms for cinemicrography
  74. Some effects of soil type and crop density on activity and abundance of epigeic fauna, particularly carabidae, in sugar-beet fields
  75. Some effects of insecticides on predatory beetles
  76. Some effects of growth-retardant glyphosine N,N-bis (phosphonomethyl) glycine on sugar-beet crop
  77. Soil as an environment for plant parasitic nematodes
  78. Size and shape of plots in sugar-beet experiments
  79. Simple method of preparing nematodes for scanning electron-microscopy, using spurrs low viscosity epoxy-resin
  80. Results from experiments measuring effects of large amounts of an npk fertilizer on yield, tuber size and n, p and k contents of 3 potato varieties
  81. Results from two experiments with winter wheat, comparing top-dressings of a liquid N-fertilizer either alone or with added herbicide or mildew fungicide or both, and of 'Nitro-Chalk' without or with herbicide or fungicide or both
  82. Resistance to some organophosphorus insecticides in field populations of myzus-persicae from sugar-beet in 1974
  83. Repression of beta-cyanoalanine synthase by iron - possible mechanism for anomalous growth response of plants to cyanide
  84. Relationship between photosynthesis and concentrations of carbohydrates in leaves of sugar-beet
  85. Reinterpretation of devensian till stratigraphy of eastern England
  86. Recognition of metal cations by biological-systems
  87. Rapid method for determination of potential transpiration derived from penman combination model
  88. Ramularia-beticola in sugar-beet seed crops in England
  89. Purification and properties of glutamine-dependent asparagine synthetase isolated from lupinus-albus
  90. Problems of tvp
  91. Problem of reactive species from enzymic and chemical oxidations of ortho-diphenols - anomalies in trapping of ortho-quinonoids with benzenesulfinic acid
  92. A probable rhabdovirus infecting ryegrass (Lolium spp.)
  93. Preparation of nematodes for scanning electron-microscopy
  94. Prediction of silage intake by cattle
  95. Predators of wheat-bulb fly
  96. Potential hazards to animals and man from microorganisms in fodders and grain
  97. Potato seed tubers do not transmit top-roll
  98. Polyamino acid-induced aphid transmission of plant viruses
  99. Polyacrylic acid-induced resistance to tobacco mosaic-virus in tobacco cv xanthi
  100. Pollination of capsicum-frutescens l, capsicum-annuum l and solanum-melongena-l (solanaceae) in Jamaica
  101. Pollination and set of early flowers of runner bean (phaseolus-coccineus l)
  102. Plant-growth responses to vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza .8. Uptake of p by onion and clover infected with different endogone spore types in p-32 labeled soils
  103. Photoelastic stress analysis of a nematode stylet
  104. Phosphate sorption by jurassic oolitic limestones
  105. Pedology and hydrology of some surface-water gley soils
  106. Occurrence of glutamate synthase in algae
  107. Observations on toxic effects of organo-mercury treatments on sugar-beet seed
  108. Observations on pollination of papaya (carica-papaya l) in Jamaica
  109. Observations on occurrence of aphanomyces-cochlioides in agricultural soils in England
  110. Novel actinomycete from sugar-cane bagasse - saccharopolyspora-hirsuta gen et sp-nov
  111. Note on urine scorch caused by grazing animals
  112. Nonnegative matrices - seneta,e
  113. Natural mortality of wheat bulb fly pupae, leptohylemyia-coarctata (fall) (dipt, anthomyiidae)
  114. Natural enemies of cereal aphids
  115. Multiplication of nodamura virus in insect and mammalian-cell cultures
  116. Molding of hay and its implications
  117. Molding of grain in relation to mycotoxin formation
  118. Modified apparatus for extraction of nematodes from sterile culture
  119. Methods and programs of discriminant-analysis - French - Romeder, J. M.
  120. Method for separating hydrolysis products of monocalcium phosphate to test their effects on soils and crops
  121. Method for determining trace quantities of herbicide chlortoluron in soils by liquid-chromatography
  122. Metabolism of asparagine in roots and leaves of pisum-sativum-l
  123. Metabolic aspects of toxicology of diazinon .1. Hepatic-metabolism in sheep, cow, pig, guinea-pig, rat, turkey, chicken and duck
  124. Measurement of eriophyid mite populations on ryegrass using ultrasonic radiation
  125. Maximal predictive classification of Klebsielleae and of yeasts
  126. Longevity, fecundity and size - control of reproductive potential in a polymorphic migrant, aphis-fabae scop
  127. Liming effects on toxicity to perennial ryegrass of a sewage sludge contaminated with zinc, nickel, copper and chromium
  128. Leaf protein - beneficiary of tribulation
  129. Laboratory observations on effect of soil compaction on slug damage to winter-wheat
  130. Laboratory observations on distribution of agriolimax-reticulatus (mull) in different aggregate fractions of garden loam
  131. Labile phosphate in soils
  132. Intuition and rational choice in application of mathematics to soil systematics
  133. Insecticidal activity of pyrethrins and related compounds .7. Insecticidal dihalovinyl analogues of cis-chrysanthemates and trans-chrysanthemates
  134. Insect pollination of sugar-beet (beta-vulgaris) seed crops
  135. Inhibition of multiplication of tobacco mosaic-virus in protoplasts by antibiotics and its prevention by divalent metals
  136. Influence of phosphate and crop species on endogone spores and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza under field conditions
  137. Influence of moonlight on catches of insects in light-traps in africa .3. Effective radius of a mercury-vapor light-trap and analysis of catches using effective radius
  138. Incorporating granular nematicides in soil to control potato cyst-nematode, heterodera-rostochiensis
  139. High-energy and low-energy phosphate adsorbing surfaces in calcareous soils
  140. Head morphology of second-stage juveniles of some heteroderidae (nematoda-tylenchoidea)
  141. Growth of seedlings of Agropyron repens (L.) Beauv. and Agrostis gigantea Roth in cereal crops
  142. Growth and yield of sugar-beet on contrasting soils in relation to nitrogen supply .2. Growth, uptake and leaching of nitrogen
  143. Growth and yield of sugar-beet on contrasting soils in relation to nitrogen supply .1. Soil nitrogen analyses and yield
  144. Growth and yield of sugar-beet in relation to potassium and sodium supply
  145. Glutamine and asparagine as nitrogen donors for reductant-dependent glutamate synthesis in pea roots
  146. Glutamate synthase in blue-green-algae
  147. Glutamate synthase and its role in nitrogen assimilation in plants
  148. Generalized form of fishers logarithmic series
  149. Future virus problems
  150. Frequency of infertility in thoroughbred mares
  151. Focal points - global food strategy - borgstrom,g
  152. Fluctuations and regulation of wheat-bulb fly populations at Rothamsted
  153. Field injection of carbon-disulfide to inhibit nitrification of ammonia fertilizer
  154. Factors that affect persistence of pesticides in plants and soils
  155. Factors determining rearing and rejection of drones by honeybee colony
  156. Extraction of cysts of cereal cyst-nematode, heterodera-avenae, from soil
  157. Ethylene as a factor limiting legume rhizobium symbiosis in tube culture
  158. Estimates of genetic parameters for lint quality in upland cotton (gossypium-hirsutum)
  159. Entomophthora species infecting pea aphis
  160. Energy costs of nitrogen fertilizers used in Britain, returns received, and some savings possible
  161. Energy costs of nitrogen fertilizers used in Britain, returns received and some savings that are possible
  162. Efficiency of 2 organomercury compounds in controlling seed-borne septoria-nodorum on winter-wheat
  163. Effects of varying air and soil-moisture on water relations and growth of sugar-beet
  164. Effects of variation in temperature and light-intensity at different times on growth and yield of spring wheat
  165. Effects of sulfur fertilizers and of copper on yield and composition of spring wheat grown in a sandy soil prone to surface compaction
  166. Effects of soil nitrogen on growth of sugar-beet crop
  167. Effects of potato cyst nematodes on potato plants .4. Effects of fertilizers and heterodera-rostochiensis on yield of 2 susceptible varieties
  168. Effects of potato cyst nematodes on potato plants .3. Effects on water relations and growth of a resistant and a susceptible variety
  169. Effects of potato cyst nematodes on potato plants .2. Effects on haulm size, concentration of nutrients in haulm tissue and tuber yield of a nematode resistant and a nematode susceptible potato variety
  170. Effects of potato cyst nematodes on potato plants .1. Effects in a trial with irrigation and fumigation on growth and nitrogen and potassium contents of a resistant and a susceptible variety
  171. Effects of oxygen on metabolism by glycollate pathway in leaves
  172. Effects of mist irrigation on physiology of sugar-beet
  173. Effects of form and amounts of nitrogen and magnesium fertilizers on yield and on inorganic and organic composition of italian ryegrass grown on magnesium deficient soil
  174. Effects of carbon-dioxide on metabolism by glycollate pathway in leaves
  175. Effects of benomyl and other fungicides on take-all, eyespot and sharp eyespot diseases of winter-wheat
  176. Effects of aerobic and anaerobic incubation on extractabilities of heavy-metals in digested sewage sludge
  177. Effect of nitrogen fertilizer on photosynthesis and ribulose 1,5-diphosphate carboxylase activity in spring wheat in field
  178. Effect of heat-treatment of potato-tubers on oospora-pustulans
  179. Effect of grazing on yield of grass swards
  180. Effect of fungicides and fertilizer on yield and diseases of grass swards
  181. Effect of ethirimol seed dressings on yield of spring barley grown with different amounts of nitrogen fertilizer 1969-71
  182. Effect of environmental conditions during larval period on tendency of worker honeybees to develop their ovaries
  183. The effect of benomyl sprays on Sclerotinia trifoliorum and yield of red clover
  184. Double-stranded RNA virus in colletotrichum lindemuthianum
  185. Distribution of sulfur in soils and herbage of north-west pembrokeshire
  186. Distribution of species of potato cyst nematodes in south-america
  187. Distribution in soil of aqueous ammonia injected under grass
  188. Discussion on recognition of alien life - introductory-remarks
  189. Determinant of an orthogonal matrix
  190. Design of computer-programs for survey analysis - contrast between Rothamsted general survey program (RGSP) and SPSS
  191. Degradation of l-naphthol by a soil pseudomonad
  192. Decrease of take-all by a transmissible factor in take-all decline soils
  193. Crystal-structures of complexes between alkali-metal salts and cyclic polyethers .9. Complex formed between dibenzo-24-crown-8(6,7,9,10,12,13,20,21,23,24,26,27-dodecahydrodibenzo b ,n 1,4,7,10,13,-16,19,22 octaoxacyclotetracosin) and 2 molecules of sodium o-nitrophenolate
  194. Crystal-structures of complexes between alkali-metal salts and cyclic polyethers .8. Complexes formed by cesium thiocyanate with (7r,9r,18s,20s)-6,7.9,10,17,18,20,21-octahydro-7,9,18,20-tetra-methyldib enzo b,k 1,4,7,10,13,16 hexaoxacyclo-octadecin (tetra-methyldibenzo-18-crown-6,isomer f) and its (18r,20r)-isomer(isomer g)
  195. Crystal-structure of phenacylkojate 2-(hydroxymethyl)-5-phenacyl-4h-pyran-4-one monohydrate and comparison with some of its complexes with alkali-metal salts
  196. Crystal-structure of a hydrated complex of sodium iodide with phenacylkojate 2-(hydroxymethyl)-5-phenacyl-4h-pyran-4-one
  197. Crystalline and amorphous components of clay fractions in brown podzolic soils
  198. Crystal structure of (7R,9R,18S,20S)-6,7,9,10,17,18,20,21-octahydro-7,9,18,20-tetramethyldibenzo[b,k][1,4,7,10,13,16]hexaoxacyclo-octadecin (tetramethyldibenzo-18-crown-6, isomer F)
  199. Crop nutrition and soil fertility
  200. Conversion of 5-oxoproline to glutamic-acid in higher-plants
  201. Control of water and carbon-dioxide flux in water-stressed sugar-beet
  202. Control of potato cyst-nematodes, heterodera-rostochiensis and h-pallida, in sandy, peaty and silt loam soils by oximecarbamate and organophosphate nematicides
  203. Control of lysine biosynthesis in maize
  204. Complementation between middle and bottom components of broad bean stain virus and echtes ackerbohnenmosaik-virus
  205. Competition and species abundance
  206. A comparison of different criteria for selecting binary tests in diagnostic keys
  207. Comparison of compositions and properties of natural and laboratory-prepared humified organic-matter
  208. Comparison of 2 methods of overall fumigation for control of docking disorder of sugar-beet
  209. Colony size, density and distribution of leaf-cutting ant, acromyrmex-octospinosus (reich) in cultivated fields
  210. Clay mineralogy of sediments of western nile delta
  211. Chemical control of potato cyst-nematode, heterodera-pallida, on tomatoes grown under glass
  212. Carabids in sugar-beet crops and their possible role as aphid predators
  213. Biometrical interpretation - gilbert,ne
  214. Behavioral basis of a pheromone monitoring-system for pea moth, cydia-nigricana
  215. Behavior of nitrification inhibitor n-serve in broadcast and incorporated applications to soil
  216. Availability to arable crops of magnesium from kieserite and 2 forms of calcined magnesite
  217. Association of populations of onychiurid collembola with damage to sugar-beet seedlings
  218. Asparagine metabolism in higher plants
  219. Asparagine metabolism in higher plants
  220. Artificial diet with improved acceptability to 3 strains of myzus-persicae (sulz) (hemiptera, aphididae)
  221. Aphanomyces-cochlioides in England
  222. Analysis of categorical data - plackett,rl
  223. Amino-acid biosynthesis in chloroplasts
  224. Alkali-metal tetraphenylborate complexes with some macrocyclic, crown, polyethers
  225. Airborn spores in pastures
  226. Activation of amino-acid analogs by phenylalanyl-transfer-rna and tyrosyl-transfer-rna synthetases from plants
  227. Accumulated temperature and rainfall as measures of nematode development and activity
  228. Absolute-configuration of most potent isomer of pyrethroid insecticide alpha-cyano-3-phenoxybenzyl cis-3-(2,2-dibromovinyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylate by crystal-structure analysis
  229. Generalized procrustes analysis
  230. Potassium in soils under different cropping systems 3. Non-exchangeable potassium in soils from long-term experiments at Rothamsted and Woburn
  231. Potato tuber lenticels : susceptibility to infection by Erwinia cartovora var. atroseptica and Phytophthora infestans
  232. Potato tuber lenticels: development and structure
  233. Red clover conservation and nutritive value