1. The Rothamsted Rhizobium culture collection and inoculant use in the UK
  2. Rothamsted Soil Microbiology Department
  3. Rothamsted Soils and Plant Nutrition Department
  4. Effects of Management and Manuring on Physical Properties of some Rothamsted and Woburn Soils
  5. Pests and pollution of oil-seed rape crops on England
  6. On the diversity of nitrifiers in nature
  7. Physical properties of the soil that may limit yield of cereals
  8. Physiology of grain yield
  9. Conformational changes in medium sized organic molecules induced by cations
  10. Towards an objective classification of soil structure
  11. Transport processes in the soil as factors of potassium availability
  12. Events in the hatching process of the potato-cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis
  13. A compact apparatus for obtaining flies of known age
  14. Modelling populations of cyst-nematodes (Nematoda: Heteroderidae)
  15. Developmental parameters regulating sugar yield in beet
  16. Plant Nematodes: a Neglected Group of Pests
  17. Crop marks induced by soil moisture stress at an iron age site in Midland England, UK
  18. Current thoughts on nitrogen growth and quality
  19. Mycorrhizal populations of sown pastures and native vegetation in Otago, New Zealand
  20. Influence of cereal cultivar on the population dynamics of the cereal cyst-nematode, Heterodera avenae
  21. Middle Pleistocene sediments and palaeosols near Chelmsford, Essex: Field meeting report: 7 November, 1976
  22. Crystal structure of 2,8-bis(bromomethyl)-1,7-dioxaspiro (5,5) undecane, an intermediate in the synthesis of analogues of A23187
  23. Crystal structure of dibenzo-12-crown-4 (6,7,14,15-tetrahydrodibenzo (b,h) 1,4,7,10 tetraoxacyclododecin)
  24. Photosynthesis, respiration, and carbon assimilation in water-stressed maize at two oxygen concentrations
  25. Graphical Representation of Asymmetric Matrices
  26. Petrography, stratigraphy and weathering of Late Pleistocene tills in East Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and north Norfolk
  27. An infective pyridoxyl-derivative of potato virus X: PVX-PLP
  28. Life histories and distribution of British Trichoptera, excluding Limnephilidae and Hydroptilidae, based on the Rothamsted Insect Survey
  29. Leaf protein and other aspects of fodder fractionation
  30. The ecology of Rhizobium
  31. Bates,Williams,Hutchison-a variety of diversities. Diversity of Insect Fauna
  32. A behavioural model for the evolution of spatial dynamics
  33. Incorporation of granular nematicides in peat soils for control of potato cyst-nematode, Heterodera rostochiensis, Woll
  34. Ecology of Actinomycetes in Fodders and Related Substrates
  35. The genus Actinomadura Lechevalier and Lechevalier
  36. Effects of systemic fungicides on vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal infection and plant phosphate uptake
  37. Field evaluation of pesticides: the changing scene
  38. Some properties and applications of simple orthogonal matrices
  39. Graphical Representation of Asymmetric Matrices
  40. Explicit singular value decompositions, spectral decompositions and inverses of some skew-symmetric matrices
  41. Some factors affecting build-up of cereal aphid infestations in winter wheat
  42. The economic importance of pea moth in the United Kingdom
  43. Air movement within a crop : spore dispersal and deposition
  44. Multivariate analysis in Genstat
  45. Mathematical treatment of soil information
  46. The GLIM System, Release 3: Generalized linear interactive modelling
  47. Distribution of airborne pollen and spores and their long distance transport
  48. X-ray crystal-structures of anhydrous sodium and potassium complexes of an open-chain polyether diol
  49. Witches broom chlorotic little leaf of sweet-potato in Guadalcanal, Solomon-Islands, possibly caused by mycoplasma-like organisms
  50. When should you sow beet crop
  51. Weed beet - summer work
  52. Viruses in oil palm
  53. Varietal identification of single seeds of wheat by sodium dodecyl-sulfate polyacrylamide-gel electrophoresis of gliadin
  54. Varietal identification of single seeds of barley by analysis of hordein polypeptides
  55. Unusual response of ddt-resistant houseflies to carbinol analogs of ddt
  56. Unusual behavior of bumble bees
  57. Translocation of 14C‐dieldrin from small droplets on cotton leaves
  58. Towards an absolute measurement of soil structural stability using ultrasound - reply
  59. Tomato pith necrosis caused by Pseudomonas corrugata n. sp.
  60. Thermophilic actinomycetes - characteristics and identification
  61. Technique for measuring susceptibility of wheat bulb fly larvae to insecticides in laboratory
  62. Taxonomy and biology of Pyrenopeziza brassicae sp.nov. (Cylindrosporium concentricum), a pathogen of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ssp. oleifera)
  63. Synthetic pyrethroids - a new class of insecticide
  64. Synthesis of bridged macrocyclic polyethers of high complexing ability with group 1a salts
  65. Symptomatologically distinct strains of pepper veinal mottle virus from 4 west-african solanaceous crops
  66. Symmetry and asymmetry - their representation and joint representation
  67. The symbiotes of Myzus persicae (Sulz.) in strains resistant and susceptible to demeton‐S‐methyl
  68. Survey of damage caused to crops of oil-seed rape (brassica-napus-l) by insect pests in south-central England and their effect on seed yield
  69. Structure of rel-(7S,9S)-7,9-dimethyl-6,7,9,10,17,18,20,21,23,24-decahydrodibenzo[b,k][1,4,7,10,13,16,19]heptaoxacycloheneicosin (dimethyldibenzo-21-crown-7)
  70. The structure of benzo-15-crown-5 (6,7,9,10,12,13,15,16-octahydrobenzo[1,4,7,10,13]pentaoxacyclopentadecin) at -150°C
  71. Street,Herbert Edward - 1913-1977
  72. Spring top-dressings of ‘Nitro-Chalk’ and late sprays of a liquid N-fertilizer and a broad spectrum fungicide for consecutive crops of winter wheat at Saxmundham, Suffolk
  73. Some remarks on proportional similarity
  74. Some observations on infection of arachis-hypogaea l by rhizobium
  75. Soil flavobacterium sp that degrades sulfanilamide and asulam
  76. Soil erosion in North Norfolk
  77. Small plots and automatic rain shelters - field appraisal
  78. Short cut to dehydration
  79. Sex attractants for pest monitoring - problems and possibilities
  80. Seed and pollen transmission of beet cryptic virus in sugar-beet plants
  81. Ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase-oxygenase activity and photo-respiration during aging of flag leaves of wheat
  82. Ribulose-1,5-diphosphate carboxylase protein during flag leaf senescence
  83. Review of manuals for bmdp and spss - comment
  84. Review of losses caused by virus yellows in English sugar-beet crops and cost of partial control with insecticides
  85. Restoration of morphological features of globodera-pallida after storage in formalin
  86. Responses of the pollen beetle, meligethes-aeneus, and the seed weevil, ceuthorhynchus-assimilis, to oil-seed rape, brassica-napus, and other plants
  87. Response of susceptible and resistant peach-potato aphids myzus-persicae (sulz) to insecticides in leaf-dip bioassays
  88. Response of myzus-persicae to components of aphid extracts and to carboxylic-acids
  89. Release of aluminum from aluminosilicate minerals .1. Kinetics
  90. Relationship of grain shrivelling to milling and baking quality of 3 winter-wheat cultivars grown with different rates of nitrogen-fertilizer
  91. Relationship between invivo and invitro activity of some naturally occurring glutamate analogs on somatic neuromuscular-junction of lucilia-sericata
  92. Regulatory isoenzymes of aspartate kinase and control of lysine and threonine biosynthesis in carrot cell-suspension culture
  93. Reactions of ammonia with soil 2 Sorption of NH3 on English soils and on wyoming bentonite
  94. Q-statistic and diversity of floras
  95. Pyrethrins and related compounds .22. Preparation of isomeric cyano-substituted 3-phenoxybenzyl esters
  96. Purification of a tobacco leaf protein associated with resistance to virus infection
  97. The Purification and Properties of One of the ‘b’ Proteins from Virus-Infected Tobacco Plants
  98. Purification and properties of asparaginase from lupinus species
  99. Progress in chemical control of plant nematodes
  100. Procedures and potentialities in sugar-beet production
  101. Preservation of baled hay with propionic and formic acids and a proprietary additive
  102. Pre-flowering and post-flowering insecticide applications to control aphis-fabae on field beans - their biological and economic effectiveness
  103. Potassium dependent asparaginase from maturing legume and cereal seeds
  104. Pore space variability in a subsurface horizon of 2 soils
  105. Population model for the effect of parasitic fungi on numbers of the cereal cyst-nematode, heterodera-avenae
  106. Polygalacturonase production in liquid culture by isolates of gaeumannomyces-graminis and phialophora-like fungi from cereal roots
  107. Pollination requirements of swede rape (brassica-napus l) and of turnip rape (brassica-campestris l)
  108. Physiological-response of potato-tubers to damage and to infection by phoma-exigua f sp foveata
  109. Physiological studies on nodule formation - characteristics and inheritance of abnormal nodulation of trifolium-pratense by rhizobium-leguminosarum
  110. Pesticides for 1979
  111. Pest-control in coffee
  112. Persistence of effects of simulated tractor wheeling on sandy loam subsoil
  113. Osmotic-stress and the hatching of globodera-rostochiensis
  114. Optimally partitioning soil transects
  115. Occurrence, symptomatology, transmission and virus etiology of macana disease of fique (furcraea spp) in colombia, south-america
  116. Occurrence of some acid-phosphatases and dehydrogenases in vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus glomus-mosseae
  117. Occurrence of phialophora-radicicola var graminicola and gaeumannomyces-graminis var tritici on roots of wheat in field crops
  118. Occurrence of brome mosaic-virus in Britain
  119. Observations on morphs of macrosiphum-avenae and metopolophium-dirhodum on cereals during summer and autumn
  120. Novel beta-triketones from lepidoptera
  121. New approaches to nitrogen application - timing, method and amount
  122. Need for irrigation - some new views on evidence
  123. Multivariate Statistical Methods: Within Groups Covariation. by E. H. Bryant, W. R. Atcherle
  124. Multivariate Statistical Inference. by Narayan C. Giri
  125. Multiplication of some South American and European populations of potato cyst nematodes on potatoes possessing the resistance genes H1, H2 and H3
  126. Morphology and histology of antenna of cydia-nigricana (f) (lepidoptera-tortricidae)
  127. Model of household car ownership .2
  128. Microbial antagonisms in rhizosphere
  129. Methods for Statistical Data Analysis of Multivariate Observations. by R. Gnanadesikan
  130. Method for testing potential bactericides for the prevention of soft rotting of potato-tubers
  131. Method for fixing and infiltrating legume root-nodules
  132. Mechanism of photosynthesis in the tea plant (camellia-sinensis l)
  133. Manganese deficiency in sugar-beet and incorporation of manganese in coating of pelleted seed
  134. Low-temperature techniques in sem
  135. Low-light remote recording-system used to study nematode behavior
  136. Longevity of sodium, potassium and magnesium fertilizer residual effects on yield and composition of ryegrass grown on a sandy soil
  137. Limitations to yield imposed by wheat diseases
  138. Light-driven biosynthesis of aspartate-derived amino-acids in isolated pea chloroplasts
  139. Light-dependent assimilation of nitrite by isolated pea chloroplasts
  140. Large-scale rearing of wheat bulb fly (delia-coarctata (fall))
  141. Isolation of Phoma exigua var. foveata from, and pycnidial formation on, brown watery rots of planted seed potato tubers
  142. Intramolecular labeling of sucrose made by leaves from (C-14)carbon dioxide or (3-C-14)serine
  143. Interactions between pheromone traps for pea moth, cydia-nigricana (f)
  144. Insects found on economic plants other than rice in laos
  145. Insecticidal activity of pyrethrins and related compounds .11. Relative potencies of isomeric cyano-substituted 3-phenoxybenzyl esters
  146. Insect pests of rice in laos
  147. Inhibition of tobacco mosaic-virus multiplication in tobacco protoplasts by rabbit serum
  148. Influence of repellent materials and aphid extracts on settling behavior and larviposition of myzus-persicae (sulzer) (hemiptera-aphididae)
  149. Influence of arthropods and earthworms upon root-growth of direct drilled cereals
  150. Influence of aerial pollution on crop growth
  151. Infinite variety of worms
  152. An Infective Pyridoxyl-derivative of Potato Virus X: PVX-PLP
  153. Incidence, and effects on yield, of virus diseases of taro (Colocasia esculenta) in the Solomon Islands
  154. Incidence of pathogenic fungi on scottish potato seed stocks derived from stem cuttings
  155. Inactivation and uncoating of tmv on surface and in inter-cellular spaces of leaves
  156. How crop grows - seed to sugar
  157. Hemicycliophora-chathami n-sp (nematoda tylenchida) from chatham island, new-zealand, with the description of 2 subspecies
  158. Healthier seed potatoes .2. Effects of sprouting and benomyl treatment of stem cutting and commercial stocks on growth, yield and disease
  159. Healthier seed potatoes .1. Effects of inoculating stem cutting stocks with polyscytalum-pustulans and rhizoctonia-solani on growth, yield and disease
  160. The growth and nutrient-uptake of winter-wheat
  161. Growth and nitrogen-fixation of phaseolus-vulgaris L. at 2 irradiances .2. Nitrogen-fixation
  162. Gross energy yields and support energy-requirements for production of sugar from beet and cane - study of 4 production areas
  163. Granulation of ivy nectar and honey in honey stomach of honeybee
  164. Germination and longevity of seeds of Agropyron repens L. Beauv. and Agrostis gigantea Roth. in soil in relation to different cultivation regimes
  165. Genetic-analysis of hordein polypeptides from single seeds of barley
  166. Gas flow-through system for studying denitrification in soils
  167. The future of pyrethroids in insect control
  168. Further-studies on the genetics of the carboxylesterase regulatory system involved in resistance to organophosphorus insecticides in myzus-persicae (sulzer)
  169. Freshwater weeds are a resource
  170. Food from leaves of trees and bushes
  171. Filamentous viruslike particles in honey bees in Britain
  172. Field experiments on sugar-beet powdery mildew, erysiphe-betae
  173. Feeding of longidorus-caespiticola on rye-grass, lolium-perenne
  174. Feeding and mobility of the potato leafhopper (homoptera-cicadellidae) impaired by glandular trichomes of solanum-berthaultii and solanum-polyadenium
  175. Feeding and mating-behavior of pollen beetles (meligethes-aeneus fab) and seed weevils (ceutorhynchus-assimilis payk) on oil-seed rape (brassica-napus l)
  176. Fate of herbicide chlortoluron and its possible degradation products in soils
  177. Factors influencing prevalence of pleospora-bjoerlingii on sugar-beet seed
  178. Factors affecting grain enlargement in wheat
  179. Factors affecting diet of farmland skylarks, alauda-arvensis
  180. Evaluation of techniques for extraction of hordein and glutelin from barley seed and a comparison of protein composition of Bomi and RisØ 1508
  181. Effects of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizas on plant nutrition and plant-growth
  182. Effects of systemic fungicides on vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal infection and plant phosphate uptake
  183. Effects of subsoiling and incorporating p and k in subsoil on crop yield
  184. Effects of severe drought on spring barley
  185. Effects of root-infecting fungi on wheat transport processes and growth
  186. Effects of previous legume and oat crops on grain-yield and take-all in spring barley
  187. Effects of pesticides on a perennial ryegrass sward
  188. Effects of nitrogen-fertilizer on distribution of photosynthate during grain-growth of spring wheat
  189. Effects of lysine, threonine and methionine on light-driven protein-synthesis in isolated pea (pisum-sativum-l) chloroplasts
  190. Effects of chemical treatments for mildew control at different times on growth and yield of spring barley
  191. Effect of virus yellows on yield of some monogerm cultivars of sugar-beet
  192. Effect of temperature on life-cycle of panagrolaimus-rigidus (schneider)
  193. Effect of sodium fertilizer on water status and yield of sugar-beet
  194. Effect of polyacrylic-acid and b-proteins on tmv multiplication in tobacco protoplasts
  195. Effect of nitrogen-fertilizer on growth and yield of semi-dwarf and tall varieties of winter-wheat
  196. Effect of nitrogen on growth, yield and photorespiratory activity in spring wheat
  197. Effect of nitrification inhibitors, injected with aqueous ammonia, on n-uptake and rate of growth of grass
  198. Effect of inoculating soils with phialophora-radicicola var graminicola on take-all disease of wheat
  199. Effect of high soil temperatures on nodulation of cowpea, vigna-unguiculata
  200. Effect of herbicides on epicuticular wax of winter oilseed rape (brassica-napus) and infection by pyrenopeziza-brassicae
  201. Effect of aspartate-derived amino-acids (lysine, threonine, methionine) on growth of excised embryos of wheat and barley
  202. Economic importance of pea moth in the United-Kingdom
  203. Ecology of skylarks on arable farmland
  204. Early warning of egg hatching in pea moth (cydia-nigricana)
  205. Dry deposition of atmospheric ammonia at Rothamsted in 1976 and 1977
  206. Drought experiment using mobile shelters - effect of drought on barley yield, water-use and nutrient-uptake
  207. Distribution of some chemical elements in soils of north-west pembrokeshire
  208. Distribution of photosynthate produced before and after anthesis in tall and semi-dwarf winter-wheat, as affected by nitrogen-fertilizer
  209. Distribution of lead in soils and herbage of West Pembrokeshire
  210. Distribution of heterodera-schachtii in california
  211. Distribution of eggs of the black bean aphid, aphis-fabae scop, on the spindle bush, euonymus-europaeus l, with references to forecasting infestations of the aphid on field beans
  212. Distribution of br in soils and herbage of Northwest Pembrokeshire
  213. Development of wheat bulb fly (della-coarctata fall) larvae and pupae at different temperatures
  214. Detection and distribution of organophosphorus and carbamate insecticide-resistant myzus-persicae (sulz) in Britain in 1976
  215. Cuticle structure and cement formation at anterior end of female cyst-nematodes of genera heterodera and globodera (heteroderidae tylenchida)
  216. Crystal-structures of complexes formed by benzo-18-crown-6 with barium perchlorate and with strontium perchlorate, bisperchloratobisaquo(6,7,9,10,12,13,15,16,18,19 decahydro benzo b -1,4,7,10,13,16 hexaoxacyclooctadecin)-barium and "trisaquo(6,7,9,10,12,13,15,16,18,19 decahydrobenzo b -1,4,7,10,13,16 hexaoxacyclooctadecin)strontium diperchloraten
  217. Crystal-structures of benzo-15-crown-5 complexes di-isothiocyanato(2,3,5,6,8,9,11,12-octahydro-1,4,7,10,13-benzopentaoxac yclopentadecin)-magnesium, calcium-methanol (1/1), and calcium hydrate
  218. Crystal-structure of dibenzo-12-crown-4 (6,7,14,15-tetrahydrodibenzo b,h 1,4,7,10 tetraoxacyclododecin)
  219. Crystal-structure of a polyether dicarboxylic-acid complex with potassium picrate, 2,2'-di-ortho-carboxymethoxyphenoxydiethyletherpotassium picrate
  220. Crystal-structure of (-)-avenaciolide
  221. Crystal-structure of 2,8-bis(bromomethyl)-1,7-dioxaspiro 5,5 undecane, an intermediate in synthesis of analogs of a23187
  222. The crystal structure of a complex between barium perchlorate and dibenzo-24-crown-8: bisperchlorato(6,7,9,10,12,13,20,21,23,24,26,27-dodecahydrodibenz[b,n][1,4,7,10,13,16,19,22]octaoxacyclotetracosin)barium
  223. Computational methods for data-analysis - chambers,jm
  224. Competitive ability and ethirimol sensitivity in strains of barley powdery mildew
  225. A comparison of methods for extraction and separation of hordein fractions from 29 barley varieties
  226. Comparison of aqueous acetylacetone and potassium pyrophosphate solutions for selective extraction of organic-bound fe from soils
  227. Comparison of 3 measures of species-diversity
  228. Comment on transformations to reduce dimensionality
  229. Colony structure, seasonality and food-requirements of crazy ant, anoplolepis-longipes-(jerd), in seychelles
  230. Coccinellid beetles on sugar-beet in eastern England, 1961-75
  231. Chemicals to prevent molding of hay and other crops
  232. Chemical basis for the use of citrus pulp as a fungus garden substrate by the leaf-cutting ants atta-cephalotes (l) and acromyrmex-octospinosus (reich) (hymenoptera-formicidae)
  233. Carbethoxydiazenido-complexes of molybdenum and tungsten and lengths of molybdenum-nitrogen multiple bonds
  234. Calibration of infra-red analyzers for carbon-dioxide
  235. C-13 magnetic-resonance of benzylmalonic acid and of some malonato complexes of aluminum(iii)
  236. C-4 photosynthesis in spartina-townsendii at low and high-temperatures
  237. Breeding more protein
  238. Bioassay for comparing the acceptability to slugs of plant extracts or solutions of pure chemicals
  239. Beet cyst-nematode
  240. Beet cryptic virus in some varieties of beta-vulgaris
  241. Assessment of soil potassium reserves available to plant roots
  242. Aspartate kinase isoenzymes in carrot tissue-culture
  243. Aspartate kinase and synthesis of aspartate-derived amino-acids in wheat
  244. Arracacha virus-a, a newly recognized virus infecting arracacha (arracacia-xanthorrhiza-umbelliferae) in Peruvian Andes
  245. Apis iridescent virus and clustering disease of Apis cerana
  246. Advantage of o-phthalaldehyde for visualizing c-14-labeled amino-acids on thin-layer chromatograms and an improved method for their recovery
  247. Acute toxicity of unformulated pesticides to worker honey bees (apis-mellifera l)
  248. 7-day volumetric spore trap for use within buildings
  249. Photorespiratory nitrogen cycle
  250. Density-dependence of spatial behavior and rarity of randomness
  251. Chloride leaching in the Rothamsted drain gauges: influence of rainfall pattern and soil structure
  252. Studies on the lenticel development, surface microflora and infection by common scab (Streptomyces scabies) of potato tubers growing in wet and dry soils
  253. The period of susceptibility of red beet to Streptomyces scab
  254. The effect of harvest date and duration of wound healing conditions on the susceptibility of damaged potato tubers to infection by Phoma exigua - gangrene
  255. Some factors affecting the build-up of cereal aphid infestations in winter wheat.
  256. Computer simulation and population models for cyst-nematodes (Heteroderidae: nematoda)