1. Problems of hay preservation with chemicals
  2. Colonization of damp organic substrates and spontaneous heating
  3. The ecological significance of microbial dispersal systems
  4. The microbiology of the Bagasse of sugarcane
  5. Trace elements in soils around Llechryd, Dyfed, Wales
  6. Problems in interpreting asymmetrical chemical relationships
  7. An application of the Leverrier-Faddeev algorithm to skew-symmetric matrix decomposition
  8. Changes in Organic Phosphorus Contents of Soil from Longcontinued Experiments at Rothamsted and Saxmundham
  9. The role of seed tuber and stem inoculum in the development of gangrene in potatoes
  10. Problems in the control of the pea and bean weevil (Sitona lineatus)
  11. Feeding behaviour and histopathology of Hirschmanniella oryzae, H. imamuri, and H. spinicaudata on rice
  12. A note on the graphical representation of multivariate binary data
  13. Recovery of nitrifier populations from inhibition by nitrapyrin or CS2
  14. Naleds in a Wessex Downland valley
  15. The use of lime on agricultural soils
  16. Soils of rothamsted farm. The carbon and nitrogen content of the soils and the effect of changes in crop rotation and manuring on soil Ph, P, K and Mg
  17. Transport and metabolism of asparagine and other nitrogen compounds within the plant
  18. Histidine biosynthesis
  19. Ammonia assimilation
  20. Synthesis and interconversion of glycine and serine
  21. Recent advances in the chemistry of the pyrethroids. Foreword
  22. Zoned glauconite from the upper greensand
  23. Wounds as entry points for phoma-exigua var foveata (gangrene)
  24. Weather and the growth of sugar-beet
  25. Variation in erysiphe-graminis f sp hordei in response to the fungicide ethirimol
  26. Variance and the large-scale spatial stability of aphids, moths and birds
  27. The value of white clover Trifolium repens L., Cultivar S100 planted on motorway verges to honeybees Apis mellifera L.
  28. Using bees to pollinate crops
  29. Use of protein-a to improve sensitization of latex-particles with antibodies to plant-viruses
  30. Use of bovine C1q to detect plant-viruses in an enzyme-linked immunosorbent-type assay
  31. The use of adsorption equations to describe copper complexing by humified organic-matter
  32. Uptake of pesticides from water and soil by earthworms
  33. Uptake of iprodione and control of diseases on potato stems
  34. Uptake and translocation of fungicides in wheat after seed treatment, as measured by disease response to fusarium-culmorum
  35. Treatment of seed and ware potato-tubers with thiabendazole for control of storage diseases
  36. Translocation and transfer of nutrients in vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizas .3. Polyphosphate granules and phosphorus translocation
  37. Toxares deltiger (Haliday) (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae) parasiting the cereal aphid, Metopolophium dirhodum (Walker) (Hemiptera: Aphididae), in southern England: a new host-parasitoid record
  38. Towards the quantification of soil structure
  39. Towards more efficient soil-water modeling - moisture profiles with constant surface-water content
  40. Theory of time response of tensiometers
  41. Theoretical basis of fertilizer recommendation
  42. Tests of fungicides for controlling gangrene (Phoma exigua var.foveata) and dry rot (Fusarium solani var.coeruleum and F. sulphureum) on potatoes during storage
  43. The temporary preservation of leaf protein
  44. Temporal stability as a density-dependent species characteristic
  45. Temperature corrections to measurements made with continuous-flow porometers
  46. The synthesis and complexation of 2 24-crown-8 cyclic polyethers
  47. A switch from translational control to transcriptional control of protein-synthesis in mid-exponential growth-phase of bacterial cultures - specific radioimmune labeling of ribitol-dehydrogenase-synthesising polysomes from klebsiella-aerogenes in the presence of heparin
  48. Studies on the spread of gaeumannomyces-graminis var tritici in wheat .2. The effect of cultivations
  49. Studies on the spread of gaeumannomyces-graminis var tritici in wheat .1. Autonomous spread
  50. Studies on entomophthora in populations of aphis-fabae on field beans
  51. Structure of the anterior alimentary-tract of Aphelenchoides blastophthorus (Nematoda, Tylenchida, Aphelenchina)
  52. The structure of the 2:1 complex of bis(1,1,1 5,5,5-hexafluoro-2,4-pentanedionato)copper(II) with 1,4-diazabicyclo[2.2.2]octane
  53. Statistical Computing. by W. J. Kennedy, Jr., J. E. Gentle
  54. Stability of insecticide resistance in the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  55. The spread of Erwinia-carotovora var. atroseptica (blackleg) and var. carotovora (tuber soft rot) from degenerating seed to progeny tubers in soil
  56. Splash droplet and spore dispersal studies in field beans (Vicia faba L.)
  57. Splash dispersal studies in wheat using a fluorescent tracer
  58. Some effects of differently-acting nematicides on the cereal cyst-nematode (heterodera-avenae) and on the appearance of scorch in spring wheat on light loamy sand
  59. Some advances in plant nematology
  60. Solubilities and Setchenow coefficients for [Fe(bipy)2(CN)2] and [Fe(5NO2-phen)2(CN)2] in aqueous salt solutions
  61. Soil acidity
  62. Small virus-like particles in honey bees associated with chronic paralysis virus and with a previously undescribed disease
  63. The sex-ratios of cyst-nematodes produced by adding single 2nd-stage juveniles to host roots
  64. Selective isolation of actinomadura and related actinomycetes from soil
  65. A selective and diagnostic medium for ammonia oxidizing bacteria
  66. Scanning electron-micrographs of the head region of some species of aphelenchoidea (aphelenchina, nematoda)
  67. S-adenosylmethionine - a novel regulator of aspartate kinase
  68. Saccharopine: an intermediate of L-Lysine biosynthesis and degradation in Pyricularia oryzae
  69. The resistance of the perennial ryegrass cultivar endura to ryegrass mosaic-virus
  70. Resistance of barley powdery mildew to fungicides
  71. The reliability of soil-phosphorus analysis in relation to fertilizer recommendations
  72. The reliability of soil-phosphorus analysis in relation to fertilizer recommendations
  73. Release of potassium as measured in field experiments
  74. Release of juveniles of cyst-nematodes from eggs by hypochlorites
  75. Relationships between disease levels on seed tubers, on crops during growth and in stored potatoes .3. Silver scurf
  76. Relationships between disease levels on seed tubers, on crops during growth and in stored potatoes .2. Skin spot
  77. Relation of internal phosphorus concentration and plant weight in plants infected by vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizas
  78. Reduction of yield of vicia-faba by foliar fertilization during the seed-filling period
  79. Reduction in tmv-induced local lesion formation by sap of healthy and macana-affected agavaceous plants
  80. Realizability of multilinear input-output maps
  81. Reaction of strains of potato virus-x with chlorogenoquinone invitro, and the detection of a naturally modified form of the virus
  82. Queen pheromone transfer within honeybee colonies
  83. The pyrethrins and related-compounds .23. Kinetic control in the formation of pyrethroidal esters
  84. The pyrethrins and related compounds .24. Synthesis, c-13-nuclear magnetic-resonance spectra and insecticidal activity of cycloalkyl analogs of fenvalerate
  85. Prospects for fungicidal control of take-all of wheat
  86. Proliferative response of lymphocytes of normal individuals to wheat proteins (gliadins)
  87. Production of fungal growth-inhibitors by isolates of gaeumannomyces-graminis var tritici
  88. A potential application of aphid alarm pheromones
  89. A portable system for measuring the photosynthesis and transpiration of graminaceous leaves
  90. Plant volatiles and components influencing behavior of the field slug, deroceras-reticulatum (mull)
  91. Plant establishment in 1980
  92. Photosynthetic formation of the aspartate family of amino-acids in isolated-chloroplasts
  93. Photosynthesis and growth of spring barley - some effects of drought
  94. The photorespiratory nitrogen-cycle
  95. Phenylacetonitrile - an auxin-like growth substance from sugar-beet (beta-vulgaris)
  96. Performance and uptake of some carbendazim-producing fungicides applied as seed treatments to spring barley, in relation to their physicochemical properties
  97. Patterns of grass-N yield from soil-N
  98. Parasitic fungi, soil-moisture and multiplication of the cereal cyst nematode, heterodera-avenae
  99. The origin and distribution of the golden nematode and its potential in the USA
  100. Oil-seed rape and beekeeping, particularly in Britain
  101. Observations on the production and dispersal of spores, and infection by rhynchosporium-secalis
  102. Observations on the performance and behavior of finishing steers kept on 2 housing systems
  103. Observations on the morphology and histopathology of rotylenchus-laurentinus attacking carrots in italy
  104. N-terminal amino-acid-sequence of c-hordein
  105. A note on hvorslevs intake factors
  106. A non-technical survey of multidimensional-scaling and allied techniques
  107. New light on the variance-mean view of aggregation and transformation - comment
  108. Mycorrhiza and crop production
  109. Multifactorial experimentation on continuous winter-wheat grown in sandy clay soil at Saxmundham, Suffolk
  110. Movement of ethionine in potato plants after foliar application against common scab
  111. More on publishing programs
  112. A modified Leverrier-Faddeev algorithm for matrices with multiple-eigenvalues
  113. A method for preventing sorbitol interference with the determination of inorganic-phosphate
  114. Measurement of microbial biomass in intact soil cores and in sieved soil
  115. Measured and simulated behavior of oxamyl in fallow soils
  116. Measured and simulated behavior of aldicarb and its oxidation-products in fallow soils
  117. Mating between pratylenchus-penetrans and pratylenchus-fallax in sterile culture
  118. Manganous oxide as a seed-pellet additive for controlling manganese deficiency in sugar-beet seedlings
  119. The location of glutamine-synthetase in leaf-cells and its role in the reassimilation of ammonia released in photo-respiration
  120. Leaf mottling of spartina species caused by a newly recognized virus, spartina mottle virus
  121. Latin square designs in field experiments involving insect sex attractants
  122. Invitro synthesis of barley storage proteins
  123. Initial results of the investigation of nitrogen losses from agricultural soils into the chalk aquifer
  124. Inhibition of tobacco mosaic-virus multiplication in tobacco protoplasts by the pokeweed inhibitor
  125. Influence of plant interactions on vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal infections .1. Host and non-host plants grown together
  126. The influence of ph, ionic-strength and reactant concentrations on copper complexing by humified organic-matter
  127. The influence of cultural-factors and mildew on yield of winter barley
  128. Infection - from worms to nucleotides
  129. Independent spread of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in soil
  130. Incidence of tuber damage and deformity in certified seed potatoes
  131. Identification of gibberellins in developing wheat-grain
  132. Identification keys and diagnostic tables - a review
  133. Identification and measurement of homoserine by gas-liquid-chromatography
  134. A hydrogen-bonded complex - the crystal-structure of 1,5,12,16,23,26,29-heptaoxa 73,14 5.5 orthocyclophane-naphthalene-2,3-d iol monohydrate
  135. The hydraulic effect of filter materials around gappy non-ideal field drains
  136. How bacterial-ribosomes select translation initiation sites
  137. Hordein polypeptide pattern in relation to malting quality and the varietal identification of malted barley-grain
  138. Heterogeneity of cation-exchange sites for KCA exchange in aluminosilicates
  139. Hatching of heterodera goettingiana invitro
  140. Hatching of globodera-pallida eggs after brief exposures to potato root diffusate
  141. Gravimetric-determination of mean temperature by xanthate hydrolysis
  142. The genetic-analysis of barley storage proteins
  143. Fungal deterioration of gunpowder
  144. Foraging of bees on oil-seed rape (brassica-napus l) in relation to the stage of flowering of the crop and pest-control
  145. Food selection by skylarks and grazing damage to sugar-beet seedlings
  146. Fitting and interpreting non-linear models
  147. The extraction, solubility, and characterization of 2 groups of barley storage polypeptides
  148. The extraction and assay of thiabendazole in strongly adsorbing soils
  149. An experiment begun in 1958 measuring effects of n, p and k fertilizers on yield and n, p and k contents of grass .2. Residual effects on arable crops, 1968-76
  150. An experiment begun in 1958 measuring effects of n, p and k fertilizers on yield and n, p and k contents of grass .1. Effects during 1964-7
  151. Exchange adsorption and release of potassium from Rothamsted and Saxmundham soils
  152. Evolution by gene duplication in insecticide-resistant myzus-persicae - reply
  153. Evaluation of potential substrates to monitor respiratory nitrate reductase-activity in soils
  154. Estimation of root-knot nematode infestation levels on roots using a rating chart
  155. Established pyrethroid insecticides
  156. Eggshell permeability and hatching of ascaris-suum
  157. Efficacy of soybean inoculation on acid soil in tropical africa
  158. Effects of waterlogging at different stages of development on the growth and yield of winter-wheat
  159. Effects of treating seed potatoes from commercial and stem cutting stocks with benomyl, thiabendazole and 2-aminobutane on yield and disease
  160. The effects of temperature on leaf growth of sugar-beet varieties
  161. Effects of spacing and trap number on interactions between pea moth pheromone traps
  162. Effects of removing ears and leaves on responses of barley and wheat to chlormequat chloride and gibberellic-acid
  163. Effects of pesticides on mycorrhiza in field-grown barley, maize and potatoes
  164. The effects of nematode resistant and susceptible spring oat cultivars and aldicarb on the cereal cyst nematode heterodera-avenae and yields in contrasting soil types
  165. Effects of lime and molybdenum on nodulation and nitrogen-fixation of phaseolus-vulgaris L. in acid soils of Brazil
  166. The effects of injecting nitrapyrin (n-serve), carbon-disulfide or trithiocarbonates, with aqueous ammonia, on yield and percent-n of grass
  167. The effects of grinding on microbial and non-microbial organic matter in soil
  168. Effects of glandular foliar hairs on the spread of potato virus-y
  169. Effects of fungicides on development of entomophthora-aphidis
  170. Effects of earthworm inoculation upon the root-growth of direct drilled cereals
  171. Effects of combined nitrogen on nodulation and growth of phaseolus-vulgaris
  172. The effects of aspirin and polyacrylic-acid on soluble leaf proteins and resistance to virus-infection in 5 cultivars of tobacco
  173. Effects of aldicarb and oxamyl in peaty loam soil on potato cyst-nematode, globodera-rostochiensis, and on resistant and susceptible potatoes
  174. The effects of added fertilizer and carbon source on the persistence of carbaryl in 2 types of soil
  175. Effect of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the relations of plant-growth, internal phosphorus concentration and soil phosphate analyses
  176. Effect of soil-n on response to fertilizer-n
  177. Effect of plant spacing and soil application of aldicarb on nitrogen-fixation by spring-sown field beans (Vicia faba L.)
  178. Effect of paratrichodorus-anemones on growth of spring wheat and barley
  179. The effect of insecticide treatment on the establishment and growth of italian ryegrass under different sowing conditions
  180. Effect of high-lysine mutations on the protein-fractions of barley-grain
  181. Effect of cultivation on the mineralization of nitrogen in soil
  182. Effect of carbonic-anhydrase on the activity of ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase
  183. Effect of abscisic and gibberellic-acid on grain set in wheat
  184. Divide - fortran IV program for segmenting multivariate one-dimensional spatial series
  185. Distribution and properties of a potassium-dependent asparaginase isolated from developing seeds of pisum-sativum and other plants
  186. Dispersal of spores of rhynchosporium-secalis from a dry surface by water drops
  187. Differences in food-consumption of caged honeybees from different colonies
  188. Diagnostic-value of vagina structure in the taxonomy of aphelenchus bastian, 1865 (nematoda, aphelenchidae) with a description of a (anaphelenchus) isomerus n subgen n-sp
  189. A density gradient procedure for separating microbial-cells from soil
  190. The degradation of aldicarb and oxamyl in soil
  191. Cytochemical demonstration of catabolism in soil-microorganisms
  192. Crystal-structures of complexes between alkali-metal salts and cyclic polyethers .11. Complexes formed between 2,3,5,6,8,9,11,12-octahydro-1,4,7,10,13-benzopentaoxacyclopentadecin (benzo-15-crown-5) and sodium-perchlorate (1-1), sodium-perchlorate (2-1), and sodium tetraphenylborate (2-1)
  193. Critical potassium potentials for comparing potassium requirements of crops
  194. Crimson clover latent virus - a newly recognized seed-borne virus infecting crimson clover (trifolium-incarnatum)
  195. Covariance analysis, factorial-experiments and marginality
  196. Cotton diseases
  197. Control of potato cyst-nematode, globodera-rostochiensis, in a 3-course rotation
  198. Contribution of sedimentation to aerosol deposition to vegetation with a large leaf-area index
  199. Composition of aphid alarm pheromones
  200. Competition between species of rhizobium for nodulation of glycine-max
  201. Comparison of Three Pathogenesis-related Proteins from Plants of Two Cultivars of Tobacco Infected with TMV
  202. Citation classic - some distance properties of latent root and vector methods used in multivariate-analysis
  203. Characterization of rhizobia isolated from nodules on locally-adapted glycine-max grown in nigeria
  204. Case for growing beet in a bed system
  205. Bolter control as a means of containing the weed beet problem - interim-report
  206. Biocontrol - fungal parasites of female cyst nematodes
  207. The behavior of cr(vi) in soil under aerobic and anaerobic conditions
  208. Bee virus Y
  209. Auxin-like growth-activity of 3-phenylpropionitrile from water-cress (nasturtium-officinale r br)
  210. An assessment of the 1980 season for the growth of sugar-beet
  211. Assay of carbaryl in honey bees (apis-mellifera) by high-performance liquid-chromatography
  212. An analysis of growth of the potato crop
  213. An algorithm for the exact likelihood of a high-order autoregressive-moving average process
  214. Alcoholic bouin fixation of insect nervous systems for bodian silver staining .3. A shortened, single impregnation method
  215. Alcoholic bouin fixation of insect nervous systems for bodian silver staining .2. Modified solutions
  216. Alcoholic bouin fixation of insect nervous systems for bodian silver staining .1. Composition of aged fixative
  217. Agropine, a new amino-acid derivative from crown gall tumors
  218. Age and significance of alluvium in the windrush valley - reply
  219. Aerial migrations of the rose-grain aphid, metopolophium-dirhodum (wlk), over Europe in 1979
  220. Activation of ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase purified from wheat leaves
  221. 2 fungi parasitic on females of cyst-nematodes (heterodera spp)
  222. N-terminal amino-acid-sequence homology of storage protein-components from barley and a diploid wheat
  223. Nasonov pheromone of the honey bee, apis-mellifera l (hymenoptera, apidae) .1. Chemical characterization
  224. Optimal interpolation and isarithmic mapping of soil properties .1. The semi-variogram and punctual kriging
  225. Optimal interpolation and isarithmic mapping of soil properties .3. Changing drift and universal kriging
  226. Optimal interpolation and isarithmic mapping of soil properties .2. Block kriging
  227. An evaluation of techniques for measuring vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal infection in roots
  228. Epidemics and damage effects of cereal aphids in the Netherlands
  229. The significance of tuber damage and inoculum concentration of Phoma exigua var. foveata in the developemnt of gangrene in stored potato tubers
  230. The rule of seed-tuber and stem inoculum on the development of gangrene in potatoes
  231. Relationships between disease levels on seed tubers on crops during growth and in stored potatoes 5 Seed stocks grown at Rothamsted
  232. Relationships between disease levels on seed tubers on crops during growth and in stored potatoes 4 Gangrene and soft rot
  233. Relationships between disease levels on seed tubers on crops during growth and in stored potatoes I. Introduction and black scurf