1. Henry Gerard Thornton, 22 January 1892 - 6 February 1977
  2. Aphid forecasting and the Rothamsted insect survey
  3. The microflora of grain dusts
  4. Breeding plants for resistance to aphid infestation
  5. The occurrence and transmission of viruses of edible aroids in the Solomon Islands and the Southwest Pacific
  6. Pests, resistance and fertilizers
  7. Nitrogen and leaf diseases of spring barley
  8. The improvement of acid sulphate soils for crops other than padi
  9. Chemistry Department Rothamsted Experimental Station 1976
  10. The activity and distribution of wheat bulb fly (Delia coarctata) (Diptera:Anthomyiidae) in cereal crops and over fallow land
  11. Algorithm AS 113: A transfer for non-hierarchical classification
  12. Algorithm AS 112: Exact distributions derived from two-way tables
  13. An automatic micro-injection system and its use in the microcalorimetry of cation-exchange sorption
  14. Environmental aspects of the usage of pesticides in developing countries
  15. Soil organic matter in the Hoosfield continuous barley experiment
  16. Yields on the Exhaustion Land and changes in NPK content of the soils due to cropping and manuring, 1852-1975
  17. Nature and origins of pollution of aquatic systems by pesticides
  18. Good beekeeping and bee health - a lecture 1st October 1977
  19. The evolution of dominance: Haldane v Fisher revisited
  20. A general algorithm for analysis of variance
  21. Neurophysiological study of the structure-activity relation of pyrethroids
  22. Preferred conformations of pyrethroids
  23. Synthetic pyrethroids
  24. Which soil pesticide treatment for pest damage control
  25. Vertical distribution of potato, beet and pea cyst nematodes in some heavily infested soils
  26. Variability in 3 areas of denchworth soil map unit .3. Soil grouping based on chemical composition
  27. Use offForecasting in chemical control of black bean aphid, Aphis fabae Scop., on spring‐sown field beans, Vicia faba L.
  28. Use of fertilizer nitrogen on continuously grazed swards
  29. Theory and application of linear-model - Graybill, F. A.
  30. Tests of long-term residues of phosphorus fertilizer
  31. Temperature and development of mononchus-aquaticus
  32. Techniques of fertilizer application
  33. Technique for examination of endosperm cells in cereal caryopses
  34. Taxonomy of round cyst-nematodes
  35. Sugar-beet powdery mildew
  36. Sugar-beet and nitrogen
  37. Studies on glutamate synthase from leaves of higher-plants
  38. Studies on the decomposition of plant material in soil .V. The effects of plant cover and soil type on the loss of carbon from C-14 labelled ryegrass decomposing under field conditions
  39. Studies on the decomposition of plant material in soil .IV. The effect of rate of addition
  40. Structure of spicules and caudal sensory equipment in male of Aphelenchoides blastopthorus (Nematoda: Tylenchida, Aphelenchina)
  41. Stresses in feeding pump lining of ditylenchus-dipsaci shown by photoelastic analysis of perspex models
  42. Stomatal resistance in different gases
  43. Stem-boring diptera in grassland in relation to management practice
  44. Spread of Erwinia carotovora var. atroseptica (blackleg) from degenerating seed to progeny tubers in soil
  45. Spores in air
  46. Spicule and stylet protrusion induced by ammonia solution in some plant and soil nematodes
  47. Specificities of cation permeabilities induced by some crown ethers in mitochondria
  48. Some sugar-beet cultural practices in relation to incidence and damage by soil-inhabiting pests
  49. Some effects of nitrogen nutrition on absorption and distribution of other nutrients
  50. Solubilities of cesium hexachlororhenate(iv), hexabromorhenate(iv), and tetraoxorhenate(vii) in alcohol-water mixtures, and their relation to cosolvent characteristic volume
  51. Soil corrosiveness in south oxfordshire
  52. Sodium-calcium exchange equilibria in salt-affected and normal soils
  53. Simulation of nematode attraction to a point in a flat field
  54. Simple unit for extracting protein in bulk from leaves
  55. Simple unit for extracting leaf protein in bulk
  56. Short and long-term effects of phosphorus fertilizers on sugar-beet
  57. Seed size variation - its extent, source and significance in field crops
  58. Role of leaf protein in animal feeding
  59. Rhizobium-stimulated callose formation in clover root hairs and its relation to infection
  60. Reticulation and other methods of reducing size of printed diagnostic keys
  61. Results from an experiment on permanent grass evaluating aqueous ammonia and aqueous urea, injected in bands either 30 or 60 cm apart
  62. Results from 2 sets of experiments with spring barley, 1st comparing injected with broadcast nitrogen granules, 2nd comparing injected and combine-drilled npk solutions with broadcast npk granules
  63. Response by sugar-beet to irrigation, 1965-75
  64. Resolving controversy in statistical-inference
  65. Relationships between clarified beet juice purity and easily-measured impurities
  66. Relationship between photosynthesis and tuber growth in solanum-tuberosum-l
  67. Relationship between nitrogen supply and nitrogen yield of cut grass swards
  68. Reformulation of linear-models - a reformulation of linear model (with discussion)
  69. Recent developments and some problems in taxonomy of cyst-nematodes, with a classification of heteroderoidea
  70. Pyrethrins and related compounds .21. C-13 nuclear magnetic-resonance spectra of synthetic pyrethroids
  71. Purification and some properties of beet yellows virus
  72. Protein and nucleic-acid of beet yellows virus
  73. Properties of a carboxylesterase from peach-potato aphid, Myzus-persicae-(Sulz.), and its role in conferring insecticide resistance
  74. Properties and regulation of aspartate kinase from barley seedlings (Hordeum vulgare L.)
  75. Polarographic study of glutamate synthase activity in isolated-chloroplasts
  76. Polarographic study of ammonia assimilation by isolated-chloroplasts
  77. Plant-growth responses to vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza .10. Responses of stylosanthes and maize to inoculation in unsterile soils
  78. Plant-growth regulators and physiological limitations to yield in sugar-beet
  79. Phosphate fertilizer and take-all disease of wheat and barley
  80. Peach-potato aphid, myzus-persicae (sulz), resistant to organophosphorus and carbamate insecticides on potatoes in Scotland
  81. Partial-purification and preliminary characterization of soluble leaf proteins specific to virus-infected tobacco plants
  82. Partial-purification and characterization of potato virus-y helper component
  83. Observations on the origins of Septoria nodorum infection of winter wheat
  84. Observations on fungal parasites of females and eggs of cereal cyst-nematode, heterodera-avenae, and other cyst nematodes
  85. Nutrient concentrations in naturally regenerated seedlings of picea-sitchensis in southeast alaska
  86. Novel aspects of nitrogen-fixation
  87. Nitrogen-content of wheat-grain in field experiments at Rothamsted
  88. Nitrogenase activity, nitrogen-content, invitro digestibility and yield of 30 tropical forage grasses in Brazil
  89. Nitrogenase activity of rhizobium-sp strain 1552 on defined medium
  90. Nitrogenase activity in nostoc-muscorum - recovery from desiccation
  91. Nitrate and ammonium in rhizosphere of wheat crops and concurrent observations of take-all
  92. New virus of oats in England and Wales
  93. New species of aphis from potentilla-palustris, with a discussion of related species
  94. New pathotype of potato cyst nematode globodera-pallida
  95. Multidimensional contingency table with one factor as a response
  96. Mortality of spodoptera-littoralis-(boisduval) (lepidoptera-noctuidae) at non-freezing temperatures
  97. Morphological variation in some populations of potato cyst-nematodes from europe and south-america
  98. Modification of proteins during oxidation of leaf phenols - reaction of potato virus-10 with chlorogenoquinone
  99. Models and designs for agricultural vaccine trials
  100. Migration and spatial dynamics of an aphid, myzus-persicae
  101. Microorganisms in air of cotton mills
  102. Methods of optimization - walsh,gr
  103. Methods of measuring prevalence of phoma-exigua on potatoes and in soil
  104. Methods for testing chemical additives to prevent molding of hay
  105. Melanism in wood mouse, apodemus-sylvaticus
  106. Mechanism of virus entry during infection of tobacco protoplasts with tmv
  107. Measurement and characterization of voids in soil thin-sections by image analysis .2. Applications
  108. Measurement and characterization of voids in soil thin-sections by image analysis .1. Principles and techniques
  109. Maturation of females of cereal cyst-nematode on oat roots and infection by an entomophthora-like fungus in observation chambers
  110. Magnesium uptake by herbage
  111. Localization of enzymes of nitrogen assimilation in maize leaves and their activities during greening
  112. Liming effects on response of potatoes and oats to phosphorus, potassium and magnesium fertilizers
  113. Invitro synthesis of barley storage proteins
  114. Investigations into influence of agricultural practice on soil invertebrates
  115. Invasive and developmental processes of entomophthora species infecting aphids
  116. International scheme for identifying and classifying pathotypes of potato cyst-nematodes globodera-rostochiensis and g p-allida
  117. Interference between plots as a source of error in experiments with erysiphe-graminis
  118. Insect-trapping hairs on potato plants
  119. Inhibition of nitrification by nitrapyrin, carbon-disulfide and trithiocarbonate
  120. Influence of host plant on electrophoretic protein patterns of some round-cyst nematode females and use of larvae to obtain less ambiguous results
  121. Incorporating checks against observer error into identification keys
  122. Incidence of root-surface fungi on naturally regenerated picea-sitchensis seedlings in southeast Alaska
  123. Identification of podzolic soils (spodosols) in upland Britain
  124. Hatching of cyst-nematodes
  125. Growth of seedlings of Agropyron repens L. Beauv. and Agrostis gigantea Roth. in wheat and barley: effect of time of emergence, nitrogen supply and cereal seed rate
  126. Gravity and biological-systems - concluding remarks
  127. Grass growth in different parts of England in relation to invertebrate numbers and pesticide treatment
  128. Grass as a reservoir of cereal viruses
  129. Globodera-pallida present in newfoundland
  130. Genetics of resistance of houseflies (musca-domestica-l) to pyrethroids .1. Knock-down resistance
  131. Gaeumannomyces-cylindrosporus, a new ascomycete from cereal roots
  132. Further-studies on seed transmission of broad bean stain virus and echtes ackerbohnenmosaic-virus in field beans (vicia-faba)
  133. Fungal parasite of cereal cyst-nematode heterodera-avenae
  134. Forecasting in crop protection
  135. Flux of carbon through glycolate pathway during photosynthesis by wheat leaves
  136. Flight regulation in green spruce aphid (elatobium-abietinum)
  137. Field trials with attractant traps for timing sprays to control pea moth
  138. Field trials of chemicals for control of common scab by soil treatment
  139. Fertilizer use on farm crops in England and Wales - information from survey of fertilizer practice, 1942-1976
  140. Ferredoxin-sepharose as an affinity absorbent for purification of glutamate synthase and other ferredoxin-dependent enzymes
  141. Factors affecting field infection of potato-tubers of different cultivars by blight (phytophthora-infestans)
  142. Extraction and characterization of hordein fractions from high lysine and normal barleys
  143. Extended use of fractionation processes
  144. Experiments with fungicide sprays in late summer and early autumn on sugar-beet root crops
  145. Experiments on effects of phosphorus on manganese nutrition of plants .3. Effect of calcium - phosphorus ratio on manganese in cotton grown in buganda soil
  146. Experiments on effects of phosphorus on manganese nutrition of plants .2. Interactions of phosphorus, calcium and manganese in cotton grown with nutrient solutions
  147. Experiments on effects of phosphorus on manganese nutrition of plants .1. Effects of monocalcium phosphate and its hydrolysis derivatives on manganese in ryegrass grown in 2 buganda soils
  148. Experiments evaluating aqueous ammonia, aqueous urea and a solution of ammonium-nitrate and urea as nitrogenous fertilizers for winter-wheat
  149. Experimental investigation of reddening in dune sand
  150. Evaluation of nile blue test for differentiating rhizobia from agrobacteria
  151. Ethirimol-sensitivity in populations of erysiphe-graminis from plots of spring barley
  152. Environment and nematode
  153. Electron-paramagnetic-resonance studies of leg-hemoglobins from soybean and cowpea root-nodules - identification of nitrosyl-leg-hemoglobin in crude leg-hemoglobin preparations
  154. Electron-microscopy of Kaincope and Cape St. Paul wilt diseased coconut tissue from West Africa
  155. Efficiency of an insect suction sampler in grassland
  156. Effects of temperature on photosynthesis by maize and wheat
  157. Effects of soil density on yield and fertilizer requirement of sugar-beet
  158. Effects of sodium-chloride on water status and growth of sugar-beet
  159. Effects of single or split applications of nitrogen-fertilizer to insitu sugar-beet seed plants in spring of their 2nd years growth
  160. Effects of seed treatments on septoria-nodorum infection of winter-wheat
  161. Effects of previous cropping and n-fertilizer on grain-yield and take-all in spring barley
  162. Effects of potato cyst-nematodes on potato plants .5. Root-system development in lightly-infested and heavily-infested susceptible and resistant varieties, and its importance in nutrient and water-uptake
  163. Effects of photoperiod on some vegetable species
  164. Effects of organomercury treatment of wheat seed on fusarium seedling disease in inoculated soil
  165. Effects of nitrogen-fertilizer on growth and yield of spring wheat
  166. Effects of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on yield and on inorganic and organic composition of italian ryegrass grown on phosphorus-deficient soil
  167. Effects of fungicides and insecticides on mildew, viruses and root yield of swedes
  168. Effects of cultural practices, verticillium-nubilum and locality on coiled sprout and yield of early potatoes
  169. Effects of certain inhibitors on photorespiration by wheat leaf segments
  170. Effectiveness of pyrethroid seed treatments against soil pests of cereals
  171. Effect of yeast extract concentration on viability and cell distortion in rhizobium-spp
  172. Effect of temperature on photosynthesis and photorespiration of wheat leaves
  173. Effect of temperature on nitrogenase activity of intact and detached nodules in lotus and stylosanthes
  174. Effect of soil-ph and organic-matter on labile aluminum in soils under permanent grass
  175. Effect of soil type and related factors on sugar-beet yield
  176. The effect of ryegrass mosaic virus on carbon assimilation and growth of ryegrasses
  177. Effect of root temperature on infection processes and nodulation in lotus and stylosanthes
  178. Effect of pre-press treatments of vegetation on quality of extracted leaf protein
  179. Effect of partial defoliation on yield of sugar-beet
  180. Effect of paraquat on number of spores of rhynchosporium-secalis on barley stubble and volunteers
  181. Effect of non-mercurial fungicidal seed treatments on emergence of sugar-beet seedlings
  182. Effect of annual and perennial cropping regimes in microplots on population-density and vertical distribution of xiphinema-diversicaudatum and on soil porosity
  183. Economy and chemistry of phosphorus
  184. Distribution of round cyst-nematodes and their effects on host
  185. Distribution of flying insects in and near a tall hedgerow
  186. Distribution and migration of spodoptera-littoralis-(boisduval) (lepidoptera-noctuidae), in relation to meteorology on cyprus, interpreted from maps of pheromone trap samples
  187. Direct reading continuous-flow porometer
  188. Development of enzymes involved in nitrogen assimilation in root-nodules of phaseolus-vulgaris
  189. Decomposition of Carbon-14 labeled plant material under tropical conditions
  190. Cyst-nematodes, biology and background
  191. Cyst-nematodes - most successful parasites
  192. Cutworms - hazard to late established crops
  193. Crystal-structure of an open-chain polyether dicarboxylic-acid complexed with potassium picrate
  194. Crystal-structure of a complex showing simultaneous water-barium ion coordination to 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)
  195. Crop protection - consideration of effectiveness and disadvantages of current methods and of scope for improvement
  196. Crop marks and soils at 2 archeological sites in Britain
  197. Control of potato cyst-nematode, globodera-rostochiensis ro1, by picrolonic acid and potato trap crops
  198. Conference-on-forecasting-in-crop-protection, paris, june 1977
  199. Complexing of copper by humified organic-matter from laboratory preparations, soil and peat
  200. Competition between larvae of wheat bulb fly, delia-coarctata (anthomyiidae), for winter-wheat shoots in an insectary
  201. Comparison of minor elements in upper greensand and thanet beds of southeast England
  202. Colorimetric method for estimating vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal infection in roots
  203. Co-inheritance of increased carboxylesterase activity and resistance to organophosphorus insecticides in myzus-persicae-(sulzer)
  204. Classification of canopy, stem, crown status and climber infestation in natural tropical forest in nigeria
  205. Characterization of peaty materials from organic soils (histosols) in England and Wales
  206. Changes in soil-pH and exchangeable calcium in 2 liming experiments on contrasting soils over 12 years
  207. Canonical correlation in pedology - how useful
  208. Breed and sex-differences in age of appearance of bovine central incisor teeth
  209. Biochemical and ultrastructural-study of mode of action of bunamidine against hymenolepis-nana
  210. Behavior of insects foraging on pigeon pea (cajanus-cajan-(l) millsp) in india
  211. Beet cyst nematode order, 1977
  212. Beet cryptic virus
  213. Barley yellow striate mosaic-virus in the salivary glands of its planthopper vector Laodelphax striatellus Fallén
  214. Auxin-like growth activity of phenylacetonitrile
  215. Autotrophic nitrifying bacteria in acid tea soils from bangladesh and sri lanka
  216. Attractant traps for monitoring pea moth, cydia-nigricana (fabr)
  217. Association of mycoplasma-like organisms with breynia bunch, a newly described disease on Malaita, Solomon-Islands
  218. Aspartate kinase from carrot cell-suspension culture
  219. Analyse Statistique à Plusieurs Variables. by Pierre Dagnelie
  220. Amino-acid metabolism
  221. Amelioration of acid sulfate soil with respect to oil palm
  222. Aggregation, migration and population mechanics
  223. Activity and distribution of wheat bulb fly (delia-coarctata) (diptera-anthomyiidae) in cereal crops and over fallow land
  224. Action of pyrethroids in insect central nervous-system .1. Features of molecular-structure associated with toxicity to cockroaches and to their giant fiber axons
  225. 50 years ago - art of popularization
  226. Two-dimensional separation of prolamins of normal and high lysine barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
  227. 2 unusual minerals in a nigerian soil - fibrous kaolin .2. Bastnaesite
  228. Two (2) more small RNA viruses from honey bees and further observations on sacbrood and acute bee-paralysis viruses
  229. Effects of fungal and plant esterases on the fungicidal activity of nitrophenyl esters
  230. Nitrate concentrations under winter-wheat and in fallow soil during summer at Rothamsted
  231. The turnover of soil organic matter in some of the Rothamsted classical experiments
  232. Synthetic pyrethroids: proceedings of symposium, American Chemical Society (ACS), San Francisco, 30-31 August 1976
  233. Simple computer-model for leaching in structured soils