1. Rothamsted Soil Microbiology Department
  2. Rothamsted Soils and Plant Nutrition Department
  3. Results from an Experiment on All-grass and Grass-clover Leys at Saxmundham, 1969-76, and Changes in Soil pH, Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium due to Cropping and Manuring
  4. Results from the Woburn Reference Experiment II. Yields of the Crops and Recoveries of N, P, K and Mg from Manures and Soil, 1970-74
  5. Plasmid-determined Bacteriocin Production by Rhizobium leguminosarum
  6. Rothamsted Chemistry Department 1968
  7. Molecular structure by diffraction methods
  8. Supplementary bibliography of designs for experiments in three dimensions
  9. Behaviour Controlling Chemicals
  10. Liming and the growth of a mixed population of soil bacteria
  11. Application of the pedostat to a study of the effect of simulated rainfall on the response of soil micro-organisms to liming
  12. Oil seed rape and honeybee poisoning - 1978 1979
  13. Gertrude Mary Cox, 1900–1978
  14. Review of Joan Fisher Box's biography of R. A. Fisher
  15. An experimental automatic glasshouse ventilation rain sensor and switch accessory
  16. The enzymology of sucrose synthesis in leaves
  17. The problems of race-specificity in plant resistance breeding
  18. Soil and crop-marks
  19. The effect of benzo‐18‐crown‐6, a synthetic ionophore, on stomatal opening and its interaction with abscisic acid
  20. Age and significance of alluvium in the Windrush valley, Oxfordshire
  21. Diplocystis tipulae sp.nov. (Sporozoa: Eugregarinorida), a parasite of Tipula paludosa Meigen (Diptera: Tipulidae)
  22. Movement of diseases between neighbouring states: some South American examples
  23. Comparison of measured and predicted soil moisture deficits
  24. Specificity of ethirimol in relation to inhibition of the enzyme adenosine deaminase
  25. Evidence that ethirimol may interfere with adenine metabolism during primary infection of barley powdery mildew
  26. Field Studies of Cereal Leaf Growth: IV. Winter wheat leaf extension in relation to temperature and leaf water status
  27. Field Studies of Cereal Leaf Growth: III. Barley leaf extension in relation to temperature, irradiance, and water potential
  28. Field Studies of Cereal Leaf Growth: II. The relation between auxanometer and dissection measurements of leaf extension and their relation to crop leaf area expansion
  29. Field studies of cereal leaf growth: I. Initiation and expansion in relation to temperature and ontogeny
  30. Progress towards the use of pheromones to stimulate pollination by honey bees
  31. Disc electrophoresis of female proteins of British and Peruvian potato cyst nematode populations, Globodera spp
  32. Progress in the design of insecticides
  33. Mesoclimatic studies in the Upper Don Basin, Aberdeenshire
  34. Chemical control of Heterodera schachtii on sugarbeet in California
  35. A rapid method for sampling surface soil
  36. The relationship between population density of Heterodera schachtii, soil temperature, and sugarbeet yields
  37. Distribution of loess in Britain
  38. The scope for improving pesticidal efficiency through formulation
  39. The effect of size on the height of flight of migrant moths
  40. The larger fungi of Rothamsted part 2
  41. The microflora of straw and its assessment
  42. Viruses diseases of taro (Colocasia esculenta) and Xanthosoma sp. in Papua New Guinea
  43. A method for measuring adenosine triphosphate in soil
  44. Adenosine triphosphate of the soil microbial biomass
  45. Effects of nitrogen and sulphur fertilisers on the yield, N and S content, and amino acid composition of the grain of spring wheat
  46. Inorganic fertilisers
  47. The subspecies of Kobus Leche Gray, 1850 (Bovidae)
  48. Tests to assess the effects of pesticides on beneficial soil organisms
  49. Yields of and P, K ,Ca, Mg uptakes by crops grown in an experiment testing the effects of adding peat to a sandy loam soil at Woburn 1963-1977
  50. The analysis of counts and proportions using GLIM - Proceedings of the Statistical Computing Section of the American Statistical Association
  51. Mechanism of plant avoidance of autotoxicity by secondary metabolites, especially by nonprotein amino acids
  52. Influence Of Ligand Environment On The Protonation Reactions Of Hydrazido(2-) Complexes Of Molybdenum And Tungsten - X-Ray Structures Of M(8-Quin)(Nnh2)(Pme2ph)3 I(M=Mo Or W - 8-Quin=Quinolin-8-Olate)
  53. Xanthates as inhibitors of fertilizer nitrogen transformation in soil
  54. Voluntary food-intake of growing-pigs given diets containing a high proportion of different rapeseed meals
  55. Use of soil survey of England and Wales data bank (1950-1973) to summarize and establish relations between soil analyses, observed gley status and lithological contribution
  56. Use of orifices to control the flow-rate of gases
  57. Uranium accumulation in soils from long-continued applications of superphosphate
  58. Tolerance to cyst-nematode attack in commercial potato cultivars and some possible mechanisms for its operation
  59. Temperature and root exudates on the cereal cyst-nematode heterodera-avenae
  60. Techniques for studying honeybee pheromones involved in clustering, and experiments on the effect of nasonov and queen pheromones
  61. Take-all, Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici, and yield of wheat grown after ley and arable rotations in relation to the occurrence of Phialophora radicicola var. graminicola
  62. Symposium on wild oats, Zajecar, Yugoslavia, June 1979
  63. Survey of the presence and methods of control of wild oat, black grass and couch grass in cereal crops in the United-Kingdom during 1977
  64. Sugar-beet growing in the 70s
  65. Studies on the depth distribution and on the germination and growth of Equisetum arvense L (field horsetail) from tubers
  66. Statistical Analysis, a Computer Oriented Approach by A. A. Afifi, S. P. Azen
  67. Spore dispersal in a barley crop - mathematical-model
  68. Sorption of carbaryl on soils determined by spectrophotometric and radiometric techniques
  69. Some relationships between grain-yield and grain protein of wheat experiments in southeast England and comparisons with such relationships elsewhere
  70. Some reasons for fractionating leafy fodders
  71. Some morphological features of the resting spore of plasmodiophora-brassicae
  72. Some effects of air temperature and humidity on crop and leaf photosynthesis, transpiration and resistance to gas transfer
  73. Soils and quaternary geology in Britain
  74. Soil structure and leaching of solutes
  75. Soil nematodes in terrestrial ecosystems
  76. Soil biology and land-use
  77. Soil acidity - need for a systematic-approach to liming
  78. Rothamsted studies of soil structure .7. Effects of incubation on soil aggregate stability
  79. Rothamsted studies of soil structure .6. Assessment of the ultrasonic method of determining soil structural stability in relation to soil-management properties
  80. Rothamsted studies of soil structure V Comparative measurements of density, stability, strength, and water-holding capacity of soils from the denchworth, evesham, ragdale, hanslope, salop and flint series
  81. Rothamsted studies of soil structure .4. Porosity, gas-diffusion and pore complexity in dry soil crumbs
  82. Rothamsted studies of soil structure III Pore-size distributions and shrinkage processes
  83. Rothamsted studies of soil structure .2. Measurement and characterization of macroporosity by image analysis and comparison with data from water-retention measurements
  84. Rothamsted studies of soil structure .1. Purpose of the project, soils selected, and general conclusions
  85. Role of gibberellin, abscisic-acid, and auxin in the regulation of developing wheat grains
  86. Respiration in cropped and fallow soil
  87. Resistance to pesticides .1. Resistance of insects to insecticides
  88. Resistance of 2 clones of perennial ryegrass and their progeny to ryegrass mosaic-virus from different parts of Britain
  89. Release of aluminum from aluminosilicate minerals II Acid-base potentiometric titrations
  90. Relationships of vegetation to copper and cobalt in the copper clearings of Haut-Shaba, Zaire
  91. Relationships between fusarium-nivale and other microorganisms on seed of wheat and barley
  92. Relationship between transpiration, root water-uptake, and leaf water potential
  93. Regulation and subcellular-distribution of enzymes of the aspartate pathway in pisum-sativum leaves
  94. Regression-analysis by example - Chatterjee, S., Price, B.
  95. Reactions of ammonia with soil III Sorption of aqueous NH3 by homoionic soil clays
  96. Rates of growth of the food fungus of the leaf-cutting ant atta-cephalotes (l) (hymenoptera, formicidae) on different substrates gathered by the ants
  97. Public-opinion polls
  98. Protein-metabolism in developing endosperms of high-lysine and normal barley
  99. Production of a forage-marking pheromone by the honeybee
  100. Prevention is better than cure
  101. The presence of pathotype-pa2 of globodera-pallida in the United-Kingdom
  102. Power of the index of dispersion test to detect spatial pattern
  103. Potential for leaf protein as human food
  104. Potassium reserves in a sandy clay soil from the Saxmundham experiment - kinetics and equilibrium thermodynamics
  105. Possibilities of forecasting potato storage diseases from tests on seed tuber and crop samples
  106. Population-dynamics of the nitrifying bacterium nitrosolobus in soil
  107. Plant-growth responses to vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza .11. Field inoculation responses in barley, lucerne and onion
  108. Plant health-problems with imported fruits and vegetables - pests
  109. Phytosanitary problems in imported fruit and vegetables
  110. Physiological factors limiting grain-size in wheat
  111. Photosynthesis, photo-respiration, and carbon assimilation in water-stressed sunflower and maize leaves at 2 oxygen concentrations
  112. Photoperiod, dormancy and the end of flight activity in chrysopa-carnea stephens (neuroptera, chrysopidae)
  113. Patterns of unobstructed splash dispersal
  114. Pathotypes of globodera-rostochiensis present in the United-Kingdom
  115. Partial crop failure - resow or leave
  116. Papyrus swamp development in the upemba-basin, zaire - studies of population-structure in cyperus-papyrus stands
  117. Paleosols developed on chalky boulder clay in essex
  118. The occurrence and effects of red clover necrotic mosaic virus in red clover (Trifolium pratense)
  119. Observations on the biology of lonchoptera-lutea panzer (diptera, lonchopteridae) from cereal crops
  120. Observations on pythium root-rot of wheat and barley
  121. Numerical taxonomy of actinomadura and related actinomycetes
  122. Nodulation of trifolium-subterraneum by rhizobium-leguminosarum
  123. Nitrogen response curves of spring barley
  124. Nitrification and autotrophic nitrifying bacteria in acid tea soils
  125. Nitrate content and amino-acid composition of the xylem fluid of spring wheat throughout the growing-season
  126. Negative binomial as a dynamic ecological model for aggregation, and the density dependence of k
  127. Monitoring wheat bulb fly, delia-coarctata (fallen) (diptera, anthomyiidae), with light-traps
  128. Modern silversmith who fashions bees
  129. Model for the turnover of organic-matter in soil under arable cropping
  130. Migratory ambit of the hop aphid and its significance in aphid population-dynamics
  131. Microscopy and image analysis in the study of plant-pathogens and the application of pesticides
  132. Microbiological and serological studies of farmers lung in Finland
  133. Method for mass-rearing the cutworm agrotis-segetum in the laboratory
  134. Measurement of polymer latex particle-size with the coulter nano-sizer
  135. Managing honeybee colonies to enhance the pollen-gathering stimulus from brood pheromones
  136. Major insect pests of rice, sugarcane and jute in bangladesh
  137. Lysine metabolism in a barley mutant resistant to s(2-aminoethyl)cysteine
  138. Larvae of the pea and bean weevil, sitona-lineatus, and the yield of field beans
  139. Isolation of a recessive barley mutant resistant to s-(2-aminoethyl)l-cysteine
  140. Isolation of a lysine-sensitive aspartate kinase from pea leaves and its involvement in homoserine biosynthesis in isolated-chloroplasts
  141. Investigation into inter-plot interactions, in experiments with mildew on barley, using balanced designs
  142. Intracellular microorganisms parasitizing cyst nematodes and their pathogenic effect on the potato cyst nematode, globodera-rostochiensis
  143. Intracellular microorganism in tissues of the potato cyst nematode globodera rostochiensis and the pea cyst nematode heterodera-goettingiana
  144. Interactions between herbicides and the soil fauna
  145. Insecticide-resistant myzus-persicae as an example of evolution by gene duplication
  146. Influence of temperature on root hair infection of trifolium-parviflorum and trifolium-glomeratum by root nodule bacteria .2. Effects of changes in root temperature
  147. Influence of temperature on root hair infection of trifolium-parviflorum and trifolium-glomeratum by root nodule bacteria .1. Effects of constant root temperature on infection and related aspects of plant development
  148. Influence of infection by Erysiphe-graminis DC on the senescence of the first leaf of barley
  149. Infestation of crops of oil-seed rape (brassica-napus l) by insect pests
  150. Incorporation of granular nematicides in soil to control pea cyst-nematode, heterodera-goettingiana
  151. Improved growth of white clover in hill grasslands by mycorrhizal inoculation
  152. Improved electronic counting method for bovine leukocytes
  153. Importance to gas-exchange of mass-flow of air through leaves
  154. Hydrazido(2-) (or isodiazene) complexes of tungsten
  155. Hybrid coconut seed production
  156. H-1 and C-13 nmr-studies on malonic and ethylmalonic acids and their cobalt(iii) complexes
  157. Graphical techniques for multivariate data - everitt,bs
  158. Glutamine-dependent and asparagine-dependent protein-synthesis in maturing legume cotyledons cultured invitro
  159. Globodera host-ranges in the genus solanum
  160. The GLIM System-Release 3
  161. Germination and growth of glomus-caledonius spores - effects of inhibitors and nutrients
  162. Geographical-distribution, inheritance and pest-resisting properties of sticky-tipped foliar hairs on potato species
  163. General linear-model, data-analysis in the social and behavioral-sciences - horton,rl
  164. Genealogical database for plant-propagation records
  165. Further laboratory and field evaluations of experimental baits to control leaf-cutting ants (hymenoptera, formicidae) in Brazil
  166. Fungal parasites of females of cyst-nematodes
  167. Functioning of the sense-organs associated with feeding-behavior in deroceras-reticulatum (mull)
  168. Forms for recording details and results of field experiments
  169. Reviewed Work R. A. Fisher The Life of a Scientist by Joan Fisher Box
  170. Field enclosure apparatus for measuring crop photosynthesis
  171. Extraction of maize and barley glutelins and electrophoretic comparisons with other protein-fractions
  172. Experiments comparing break crops as a preparation for winter-wheat followed by spring barley
  173. Existence and physical-properties of pheromones by which worker honeybees recognize queens
  174. Evolution of a paleo-argillic brown earth (paleudalf) from oxfordshire, England
  175. Evidence for a difference in susceptibility between 2 clones of the pea aphid, acyrthosiphon-pisum harr (homoptera, aphididae), exposed to 2 strains of the phycomycetous fungus entomophthora obscura hall and dunn
  176. Estimated grassland output on dairy farms
  177. Establishment and growth of sugar-beet as affected by seed treatment and fluid drilling
  178. Oesophageal length in dorylaimellus (nematoda, dorylaimida) poorly correlated with body length
  179. Egypt bee virus and Australian isolates of Kashmir bee virus
  180. Eggshell permeability and the hatching of ascaris-suum
  181. Effects of subsoiling and deep incorporation of p-fertilizers and k-fertilizers on the yield and nutrient-uptake of barley, potatoes, wheat and sugar-beet grown in rotation
  182. Effects of phosphate buffering on the extraction of labile phosphate by plants and by soil tests
  183. Effects of foliar sprays of daminozide on the incidence of potato common scab
  184. Effects of experimental conditions on the 950-degrees c kaolinite exotherm in some tropical soil clays
  185. Effects of drought on barley growth - models and measurements showing the relative importance of leaf area and photosynthetic rate
  186. Effects of direct drilling on the amount and behavior of organic-matter in soil
  187. Effects of different watering methods, soil weights, soil diluents and soil coverings on the yield and nutrient uptake by ryegrass grown in a controlled environment
  188. Effects of daylength on the multiplication of potato cyst-nematode (globodera spp) populations
  189. Effects of crop thinning and reduced grain numbers per ear on grain-size in 2 winter-wheat varieties given different amounts of nitrogen
  190. Effects of aldicarb, triazophos and benomyl plus zineb on the incidence of pests and pathogens and on the yields and nitrogen uptakes of leafless peas (pisum-sativum-l)
  191. Effect of tillage under controlled conditions on emergence and yield of spring barley
  192. Effect of temperature on hatching and multiplication of potato cyst-nematodes
  193. Effect of soil improvers on seedling emergence, early growth and final yield
  194. Effect of planting density, inorganic nitrogen-fertilizer and supplementary carbon-dioxide on yield of Vicia faba L.
  195. Effect of nitrogen-fertilizer on photosynthesis of several varieties of winter-wheat
  196. Ecology of wood mice (apodemus-sylvaticus) on arable farmland
  197. Ecology of penicillium species on barley-grain
  198. Distribution of the enzymes of nitrogen assimilation within the pea leaf cell
  199. Distribution of nematicides in soil and its influence on control of cyst-nematodes (globodera and heterodera spp)
  200. Distribution of Mn, Fe, Cu, and Zn in topsoils and herbage of Northwest Pembrokeshire
  201. Distribution of insect pests on crops of oil-seed rape (brassica-napus l) and the damage they cause
  202. Displacements of simulium-damnosum and strategy of control against onchocerciasis
  203. Dispersal of erysiphe-graminis and lycopodium-clavatum spores near to the source in a barley crop
  204. Disk-electrophoresis of female proteins of British and Peruvian potato cyst-nematode populations, globodera spp
  205. Diseases of winter oil-seed rape - occurrence, effects and control
  206. Diffuse double-layer theory applied to na-ca exchange equilibria in temperate and semi-arid tropical soils
  207. Differential susceptibility to pest damage in agricultural grasses
  208. Decreased common scab incidence after foliar sprays of daminozide
  209. Crystal-structures of complexes between alkali-metal salts and cyclic polyethers .10. Complex formed between 6,7,9,10,12,13,15,16,-23,24,26,27,29,30,32,33-hexadecahydrodibenzo b,q 1,4,7,10,13,16,19,22,-25,28 decaoxacyclotriacontin (dibenzo-30-crown-10) and 2 molecules of sodium isothiocyanate
  210. Crystallinity index for soil kaolins and its relation to parent rock, climate and soil maturity
  211. Control of stem nematode, ditylenchus-dipsaci, in onions, by granular nematicides applied to the soil
  212. Control of potato storage diseases with formulations of thiabendazole
  213. Control of potato cyst-nematode, globodera-pallida, on tomatoes grown under glass, by applying steam or chemical nematicides to the soil
  214. Comprehensive system of soil description and classification
  215. Complexes of alkali-metal salts with bridged macrocyclic polyethers - X-ray crystal-structure of (1,4,7,14,17,20,28,35-octaoxa 23,29.218,34 7.7 -orthocyclophane)potassi um chloride multihydrate
  216. Compensation of oil-seed rape (brassica-napus l) plants after damage to their buds and pods
  217. Comparison of 5 response curves for representing the relationship between the annual dry-matter yield of grass herbage and fertilizer nitrogen
  218. Citation classic - simplex method for function minimization
  219. Chemical control of beet cyst-nematode, heterodera-schachtii, in some peaty loam soils
  220. Carbon-dioxide production in soils, under barley, subjected to a range of drought treatments
  221. Canonical realization of bilinear input-output maps
  222. Beekeeping in the sultanate of oman
  223. Asparaginase activity in developing seeds of pisum-sativum
  224. Arracacha virus-b, a 2nd isometric virus infecting arracacha (arracacia-xanthorrhiza, umbelliferae) in the Peruvian Andes
  225. Application of X-ray spectrometry to analysis of elemental composition (chemoprinting) in the study of migration of noctua-pronuba l
  226. Analysis of terrain classification for long-range prediction of conditions in deserts
  227. Amino-acid levels in carrot cell-suspension culture - no correlation with aspartate kinase isoenzyme levels
  228. Alkali-metal complexes. Part 8. Crystal structures of potassium quinolin-8-olate–quinolin-8-ol(1/1) and –quinolin-8-ol(1/2)
  229. Algal nitrogen-fixation on temperate arable fields - Broadbalk experiment
  230. Algal nitrogen-fixation on temperate arable fields - algal inoculation experiments
  231. Air photos for soil survey in lowland England - factors affecting the photographic images of bare soils and their relevance to assessing soil-moisture content and discrimination of soils by remote-sensing
  232. Age and significance of alluvium in the windrush valley, oxfordshire
  233. Advances in the chemistry and design of pyrethroids
  234. Adenosine-triphosphate and microbial biomass in soil
  235. Acetylene-reduction assay can over-estimate nitrogen-fixation in soil
  236. Abundance of aphids on cereals from before 1973 to 1977
  237. Abundance and reproductive activity of common carabidae in a winter-wheat crop
  238. Nine new dorylaimida (nematoda) from the New-Zealand region
  239. Acetylsalicylic-acid (aspirin) induces resistance to tobacco mosaic-virus in tobacco
  240. Studies on polyphagous predators of cereal aphids
  241. Rothamsted irrigation 1964-76
  242. Glycoluril as a slow-release nitrogen source for plants
  243. Factors affecting the survival of Phoma exigma var foreata in soil