1. Mammalian toxicity of pyrethroids
  2. Future use of natural and synthetic pyrethroids
  3. Review of the effects of agriculture on the chemical composition and quality of surface and underground waters
  4. Use of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on farm crops in England and Wales
  5. The influence of level of topping and other cultural factors on sugarbeet yield and quality
  6. Seed furrow application of granular pesticides and their biological efficiency on sugarbeet
  7. Mycoplasma-like Organisms Associated with Kaincopé and Cape St. Paul Wilt Diseases of Coconut Palms in West Africa
  8. Mycoplasma-like Organisms Associated with Kaincopé and Cape St. Paul Wilt Diseases of Coconut Palms in West Africa
  9. Experiments with fungicide sprays to control Ramularia beticola in sugar‐beet seed crops
  10. Experiments with fungicides to control Aphanomyces cochlioides in sugar beet
  11. Possible thermokarst features in Cambridgeshire
  12. Electroantennographic and field responses of the pea moth, Cydia nigricana, to sex attractants and related compounds
  13. The microscopic examination of the structure of sub-surface horizons of soils
  14. Experiments on the manuring of maincrop potatoes on soils of Ross Series
  15. Using response curves to estimate the effect on crop yield and profitability of possible changes in fertilizer recommendations [sugar-beets, barley, potatoes] [1976]
  16. Degradation in soils
  17. Chemical preservation of partially dried potato pulp
  18. The management of acid sulphate soils for the growth of oil palms
  19. Food resources: conventional and novel
  20. The micromorphology and fine structure of nocardioform organisms
  21. Les diptères des savanes tropicales préforestières de Lamto (Côte-d'Ivoire). II. Peuplement de Bombyliidae et description de quatre espèces nouvelles
  22. Stem-borer ecology and strategy for control
  23. Weather and the phenology of some African Tabanidae
  24. Migrating and other terrestrial insects at sea
  25. Growth-free canonical variates and generalized inverses
  26. Chemistry Department Rothamsted Experimental Station 1975
  27. Algorithm AS 102: Ultrametric distances for a single linkage dendrogram
  28. Growth-free canonical variates applied to fossil foraminifers
  29. The possibilities for integrated control of soil pests
  30. Utilization of rock phosphate in alkaline soils by plants inoculated with mycorrhizal fungi and phosphate-solubilizing bacteria
  31. Fertilizer requirements of potatoes in the Vale of Eden
  32. Effect of phosphate residues on soil phosphorus values and crop yields. I. Experiments on barley, potatoes and sugar beet on sandy loam soils at Woburn England
  33. Additions and removals of nitrogen and phosphorus in long-term experiments at Rothamsted and Woburn and the effect of the residues on total soil nitrogen and phosphorus [wheat, barley, England]
  34. The nature of soil variation
  35. Viruses attacking the honey bee
  36. The gentle synthesizers
  37. Algorithm AS 96: A simple algorithm for scaling graphs
  38. X-ray crystal-structures of 2 pyrethroid insecticides - cis-3-phenoxybenzyl 3-(2,2-dibromovinyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylate and 3-(2,2-dichlorovinyl) analog
  39. Weeds in cereals in relation to agricultural practices
  40. Water stress-induced changes in photosynthesis, photorespiration, respiration and CO2 compensation concentration of wheat
  41. Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza in southern spain - its distribution in crops growing in soil of different fertility
  42. Variability in 3 areas of Denchworth soil map unit II Relationships between soil properties and similarities between profiles using laboratory measurements and field observations
  43. Variability in 3 areas of denchworth soil map unit .1. Purity of map unit and property variability within it
  44. Utilization of selenocysteine by a cysteinyl-transfer-rna synthetase from phaseolus-aureus
  45. Use of amino-acid analogs in studies on plant metabolism
  46. Use of amino-acid analogs in biological studies
  47. Uptake of two (2) organophosphorus insecticides by slugs
  48. Ultrametric distances for a single linkage dendrogram
  49. Treatment of soil infested with human whipworm, trichuris-trichiura
  50. The transmission and effect on yield of ryegrass mosaic virus in a filtered air environment
  51. Towards rational design and elevation of pheromone traps
  52. Towards an absolute measurement of soil structural stability using ultrasound
  53. Terminal velocity of basidiospores of giant puffball (lycoperdon-giganteum)
  54. Synthetic pyrethroids
  55. Susceptibility of red beet cultivars to streptomyces scab
  56. Suppression of couch grass by italian ryegrass and broad red-clover undersown in barley and field beans
  57. Sulphur-nitrogen interaction effects on yield and composition of protein-n, non-protein-n and soluble carbohydrates in perennial ryegrass
  58. Sulfur-coated urea as a fertilizer for potatoes
  59. Sugar concentration in sugar-beet - varietal differences and effects of soil type and planting density on size of root-cells
  60. Structure of anterior alimentary-tract of passively feeding nematode Hexatylus viviparus (Neotylenchidae: Tylenchida)
  61. Structure and development of trifolium-subterraneum l root-nodules .2. Plants grown at suboptimal root temperatures
  62. Structure and development of trifolium-subterraneum l root-nodules .1. In plants grown at optimal root temperatures
  63. Stem-borer ecology and strategy for control
  64. Spermatogenesis and ultrastructure of sperm and of male reproductive tract of Aphelenchoides-blastophthorus (Nematoda: Tylenchida, Aphelenchina)
  65. Spatial-distribution of excreta under intensive cattle grazing
  66. Some treatments affecting growth-substances in developing wheat ears
  67. Some observations on assessing phoma-betae infection of sugar-beet seed
  68. Some factors affecting crop response to soil-phosphorus
  69. Some biological factors affecting survival, with particular relation to farm-animals
  70. Soils and geomorphology of chalk in southeast England
  71. Soil-nitrogen .9. Effects of leys and organic manures on available-nitrogen in clay and sandy soils
  72. Soil analysis for plant-available manganese and response by sugar-beet to manganese applications
  73. Sodium and potassium fertilizer in relation to soil physical-properties and sugar-beet yield
  74. Serial designs balanced for effects of neighbors on both sides
  75. Selection of perennial and italian ryegrass plants resistant to ryegrass mosaic-virus
  76. Seed treatments to lengthen sugar-beet growing period
  77. Seed transmission of broad bean stain virus and echtes ackerbohnenmosaik-virus in field beans (vicia-faba)
  78. Role of azotobacter paspali in association with paspalum-notatum
  79. Results from two barley experiments at Saxmundham, Suffolk, measuring effects of the fungicide benodanil on three varieties, given three amounts of nitrogen at two times 1973–4
  80. Response by sugar-beet to superphosphate, particularly in relation to soils containing little available phosphorus
  81. Response by sugar-beet to potassium and sodium fertilizers, particularly in relation to soils containing little exchangeable potassium
  82. Respiratory-disease of workers harvesting grain
  83. Research on sugar-beet crop
  84. Release of barley-mildew conidia from shaken leaves
  85. Relationships between control of wheat bulb fly (leptohylemyia-coarctata (fall) and amounts of dieldrin, carbophenothion and chlorfevinphos on treated seed
  86. Relationship between total n, total s and s-containing amino-acids in extracted leaf protein
  87. Reactions between metals and humified organic-matter
  88. Rapid-determination of trace-elements in soils and plants by X-ray-fluorescence analysis
  89. Radiosynthesis and metabolism in rats of 1R isomers of insecticide permethrin
  90. Punctodera-chalcoensis n.sp. (Nematoda: Heteroderidae) a cyst nematode from Mexico parasitizing Zea Mays
  91. Proposed new standard for fortran - critical-examination
  92. Properties of urine excreted by grazing cattle
  93. Properties and applications of pyrethroids
  94. Profiles and evaporation
  95. Production of amylase by bacillus-stearothermophilus in continuous culture
  96. Prevention of potato top-roll by aphicide and its effect on leaf area and photosynthesis
  97. Preferred conformations of pyrethroids
  98. Pollination as a factor limiting yield of field beans (vicia-faba-l)
  99. Plant-growth responses to vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza .9. Interactions between va mycorrhiza, rock phosphate and symbiotic nitrogen-fixation
  100. Phytochemistry - world of a chemist among plants
  101. Phosphate adsorption and availability plant of phosphate
  102. Perchlorate anion to metal coordination in some alkali metal cyclic polyether complexes
  103. Pathway of nitrogen assimilation in plants
  104. Pathogens occurring on ten varieties of ryegrass at Rothamsted in 1973-1974
  105. Path of ammonia assimilation in plant kingdom
  106. Observations on mildew development in winter cereals: 1968-73
  107. Observations on germination of endogone spores
  108. Observations on emergence, survival and root invasion of 2nd-stage larvae of cereal cyst-nematode, heterodera-avenae
  109. Observations of life-cycle, population development and vertical distribution of longidorus-macrosoma on raspberry and other crops
  110. Note on effect of sheep grazing on yield of grass swards
  111. Nitrogenase activity in rhizobium associated with leguminous and non-leguminous tissue-cultures
  112. Nitrogen requirement of cereals .2. Multilevel nitrogen tests with spring barley in southwestern England
  113. Nitrogen requirement of cereals .1. Response curves
  114. New extraction method for benomyl residues in soil and its application in movement and persistence studies
  115. New conformation of cyclic polyether benzo-15-crown-5 in its solvated complexes with calcium isothiocyanate - X-ray crystal-structure analysis
  116. Modern developments in an experiment on permanent grassland started in 1856 - effects of fertilizers and lime on botanical composition and crop and soil analyses
  117. Models and statistics for species-diversity
  118. A model the for behaviour of labile phosphate in soil
  119. Mildew reinfection in adjacent and separated plots of sprayed barley
  120. Methods for examining microflora of moldy hay
  121. Mechanical dehydration of potato-tubers
  122. Maintaining a tolerable environment
  123. Long-term rotation experiments at Rothamsted and Saxmundham-Experimental-Stations - effects of treatments on crop yields and soil analyses and recent modifications in purpose and design
  124. Long-term fertilizer experiments in England - significance of their results for agricultural science and for practical farming
  125. Liming and interaction of soil-ph with responses to p, k and mg fertilizers
  126. Laboratory evaluation of new insecticides and bait matrices for control of leaf-cutting ants (hymenoptera, formicidae)
  127. Isolation of actinomycetes and fungi from moldy hay using a sedimentation chamber
  128. Iridovirus from bees
  129. Invivo conversion of 5-oxoproline to glutamate by higher-plants
  130. Investigation of a respiratory-disease associated with an air-conditioning system
  131. Interaction of nitrogen and potassium nutrition on dry-matter and nitrogen yields of graminae - spring wheat
  132. Interaction of nitrogen and potassium nutrition on dry-matter and nitrogen yields of graminae - perennial ryegrass (lolium-perenne)
  133. Insects as vectors of plant-viruses
  134. Insecticidal activity of pyrethrins and related compounds .10. 5-benzyl-3-furylmethyl 2,2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylates with ethylenic substituents at position 3 on cyclopropane ring
  135. Insecticidal activity of pyrethrins and related compounds .9. 5-benzyl-3-furylmethyl 2,2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylates with non-ethylenic substituents at position 3 on cyclopropane ring
  136. Insecticidal activity of pyrethrins and related compounds .8. Relation of polarity with activity in pyrethroids
  137. Insect pollination of Anacardium occidentale L., Mangifera indica L., Blighia sapida Koenig and Persea americana Mill.
  138. Influence of soil-applied fungicides and previous cropping on development of violet root-rot of sugar-beet
  139. Infection of ryegrass plants with ryegrass mosaic-virus decreases numbers of mite vector
  140. Improving a reconnaissance soil classification by multivariate methods
  141. Improvements in calcined magnesite as a magnesium fertilizer
  142. Improvement of baits for leaf-cutting ants
  143. Imino acids and n-heterocyclic amino-acids from plants
  144. Identification of immature aphids by chromatography
  145. Hypothesis testing in linear-models
  146. High-pressure liquid-chromatography of benzimidazoles
  147. Growth-substances in developing wheat-grain
  148. Glasshouse tests of quinones, polyhydroxybenzenes and related compounds against potato common scab
  149. Glandular hairs on solanum-polyadenium lessen damage by colorado beetle
  150. Glandular hairs are a possible means of limiting aphid damage to potato crop
  151. Fumigation with d-d or telone on soils prone to docking disorder .2. Effects on numbers of trichodorus spp and longidorus spp (nematoda)
  152. Fumigation with d-d or telone on soils prone to docking disorder .1. Effects on yield of sugar-beet and subsequent barley crops
  153. Formulation and field evaluation of experimental baits for control of leaf-cutting ants (hymenoptera, formicidae) in Brazil
  154. Food protein-sources
  155. Feeding of stem nematode, ditylenchus-dipsaci on leaf tissue of field bean, vicia-faba
  156. Factors affecting control of seed-borne septoria-nodorum by laboratory application of phenyl mercuric acetate to wheat seed
  157. Experiments with fungicides to control aphanomyces-cochlioides in sugar-beet
  158. Experiments with fungicide sprays to control ramularia-beticola in sugar-beet seed crops
  159. Experiments on effect of hormone weedkillers on sugar-beet
  160. Experiments on continuous growth of arable crops at Rothamsted and Woburn-Experimental-Stations - effects of treatments on crop yields and soil analyses and recent modifications in purpose and design
  161. Existence and uniqueness of maximum likelihood estimates for certain generalized linear-models
  162. Evaporation rate, leaf water potential and stomatal conductance in lolium, trifolium and lysimachia in drying soil
  163. Entomophthora species with entomophthora-muscae-like conidia
  164. Electroantennographic and field responses of pea moth, cydia-nigricana, to sex attractants and related compounds
  165. Efficacy of benomyl and thiabendazole in controlling potato gangrene relative to time of tuber injury
  166. Effects of variation in ear temperature on growth and yield of spring wheat
  167. Effects of salts on nadh malate-dehydrogenase activity in maize and barley
  168. Effects of photoperiod and applied gibberellin on leaf growth in sugar-beet
  169. Effects of phosphate buffer capacity of soil on phosphate requirements of plants
  170. Effects of mildew (Erysiphe graminis) on green leaf area of Zephyr spring barley, 1973
  171. Effects of cutting height on abundance of eriophyid mite abacarus-hystrix (nalepa) and incidence of ryegrass mosaic-virus in ryegrass
  172. The effects of clearing and cropping on organic reserves and biomass of tropical forest soils
  173. Effects of biocidal treatments on metabolism in soil. VI. Fumigation with carbon disulfide
  174. Effect of variation in ear temperature on gibberellin content of wheat ears
  175. Effect of sodium on growth of and ion uptake by barley, sugar-beet and broad beans
  176. Effect of pre-sowing moist-chilling treatments on seedbed emergence of sitka spruce seed infected by geniculodendron-pyriforme, salt
  177. Effect of photoperiod on growth of sugar-beet
  178. Effect of heating on surface-area of iron-oxide
  179. Effect of formalin on potato cyst-nematode, heterodera-rostochiensis
  180. Effect of a short-persistence systemic insecticide on yield of perennial ryegrass
  181. Economics of control of docking disorder of sugar-beet
  182. Ecological diversity - pielou,ec
  183. Diversity statistics and log-series model
  184. Distribution of some enzymes involved in nitrogen assimilation in maize leaves
  185. Distribution of carbohydrates in cysts of heterodera-rostochiensis
  186. Diagnosis of manganese deficiency in sugar-beet and response to manganese applications
  187. Development of wheat-grain in relation to endogenous growth-substances
  188. Development of resistance to pyrethroids in insects resistant to other insecticides
  189. Development of mycorrhizal infections from endogone spores and infected root segments
  190. Determination of s in extracted leaf protein
  191. Determination of residues of oxamyl in crops and soils by gas - liquid-chromatography
  192. Design and elevation of sex attractant traps for pea moth, cydia-nigricana (steph) and effect of plume shape on catches
  193. Description of punctodera-matadorensis n-gen, n-sp (nematoda-heteroderidae) from saskatchewan with lists of species and generic diagnoses of globodera (n rank), heterodera, and sarisodera
  194. Defecation in stem nematode, ditylenchus-dipsaci
  195. Decode - computer-program for translating coded soil profile descriptions into text
  196. Crystal-structures of dihydro-derivatives and 2alpha-hydroxydihydro-derivatives of phytuberin
  197. Crystal and molecular-structure of 6,7,9,10,12,13,20,21,23,24,26,27-dodecahydrodibenzo b,n 1,4,7,10,13,16, 19,22 octaoxacyclotetracosin (dibenzo-24-crown-8)
  198. Crop protection - present achievement and future challenge
  199. Crop losses in field - control and some consequences
  200. Crazy ant (anoplolepis-longipes (jerd) (hymenoptera, formicidae)) in seychelles, and its chemical control
  201. Control of seed-borne fusarium-nivale on wheat and barley by organomercury seed treatment
  202. Control of potato cyst-nematodes, Globodera rostochiensis and G pallida, in different soils by small amounts of oxamyl or aldicarb
  203. Computer-compatible proforma for field soil records
  204. Components of vegetation of permanent grassland in relation to fertilizers and lime
  205. Climbing collembola
  206. Cleistothecia of erysiphe-betae in England
  207. Chloroplast-localized diaminopimelate decarboxylase in higher-plants
  208. Chemistry, biochemistry and insecticidal action of natural and synthetic pyrethroids
  209. Chemistry of components in wheat and oats that influence behavior of wheat bulb fly larvae
  210. Chemical and mineralogical properties of brown podzolic soils in comparison with soils of other groups
  211. Carbohydrates associated with leaf protein
  212. Carabid and staphylinid fauna of winter-wheat and fallow on a clay with flints soil
  213. Bulk-density as an indicator of pore space in soils usable by nematodes
  214. Buffer system for ion-exchange chromatography of amino-acid mixtures containing methionine sulfone
  215. Breeding-behavior of ospreys pandion-haliaetus in Scotland
  216. Breeding for reduced seed coat fuzz in upland cotton (gossypium-hirsutum)
  217. Bombyliidae of lamto (ivory-coast) .2. Peopling of savanas, and description of 4 new species diptera
  218. Behavior of males of solitary bee osmia-rufa (megachilidae) searching for females
  219. Barley yellow dwarf virus in aphids caught in suction traps, 1969-73
  220. Automatic nematode counter
  221. Assimilation of carbon into photosynthetic intermediates of water-stressed wheat
  222. Aspects of biology of pratylenchus-brachyurus and pratylenchus-zeae
  223. Asparagine breakdown in leaves and maturing seeds
  224. Arthropods from fallow land in a winter wheat-fallow sequence
  225. Arthropod fauna of a winter-wheat field
  226. Annual beet - problems and prospects
  227. Analysis of sulfur-containing carbamates by formation of derivatives in gas-liquid chromatograph using trimethylphenylammonium hydroxide
  228. Alternative sources of nitrogen for crops
  229. Abnormal vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal infections in white clover induced by lupin
  230. 4,5-dihydroxypipecolic acids in seed of julbernardia, isoberlinia and brachystegia
  231. Effects of biocidal treatments on metabolism in soil .5. Method for measuring soil biomass
  232. Effects of biocidal treatments on metabolism in soil .4. Decomposition of fumigated organisms in soil
  233. The effects of biocidal treatments on metabolism in soil .3. The relationship between soil biovolume, measured by optical microscopy, and the flush of decomposition caused by fumigation
  234. The effects of biocidal treatments on metabolism in soil .2. Gamma-irradiation, autoclaving, air-drying and fumigation
  235. The effects of biocidal treatments on metabolism in soil .1. Fumigation with chloroform
  236. Winter leaching of nitrate from autumn-applied calcium nitrate, ammonium sulphate, urea and sulphur-coated urea in bare soil
  237. Nutrient concentrations and interactions in young leaves of potato plants growing with and without tubers
  238. The growth of red beet and its infection by Streptomyces spp.