1983

  1. The current status and potential of entomogenous fungi as agents of pest control
  2. Soil Map of the World: Vol. V, Europe - a review
  3. Three approaches to the status of a species complex, with a revision of some species of Globodera (Nematoda: Heteroderidae)
  4. The distribution and probable importance of linyphiid spiders living on the soil surface of sugar-beet fields
  5. The role of microorganisms in plant nutrition
  6. Nutrient and micronutrient requirements of cereals
  7. Soil physics and the water management of spatially variable soils
  8. The use of similar media theory in the consideration of soil-water redistribution in infiltrated soils
  9. The effect of potato root diffusate on the desiccation survival of unhatched juveniles of Globodera rostochiensis
  10. Latin squares, Latin cubes, Latin rectangles
  11. The role of parasitoids in limiting cereal aphid populations
  12. Application techniques to increase crop penetration of charged sprays
  13. Bacterium-like organelles in vesticular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
  14. Pest forecasting systems in China
  15. A comparative study of esterases in two strains of anopheline mosquitoes by isoelectric focusing
  16. An electron carrier in nitrite reduction in proplastids of cultured tobacco cells
  17. Factors affecting resistance to insecticides in house-flies, Musca domestica L. (Diptera: Muscidae). I. Long-term control with bioresmethrin of flies with strong pyrethroid-resistance potential
  18. Biochemical and physiological constraints on the yield and protein content of cereal grains
  19. A multidisciplinary approach for evaluating factors which affect cereal yields
  20. Weather and Plant Parasitic Nematodes
  21. Aphicidal persistence of aldicarb and possibilities for forecasting the need for its use before sowing sugar-beet crops
  22. Clay minerals of Lake Abert, an alkaline, saline lake
  23. Water-relation parameters of epidermal and cortical cells in the primary root of Triticum aestivum L.
  24. Meloidogyne kralli n, sp.(Nematoda: Meloidogynidae) a root-knot nematode parasitising sedge (Carex ncuta L.)
  25. Identification of Meloidogyne: a general assessment and a comparison of male morphology using light microscopy with a key to 24 species
  26. Putting grass in its class
  27. A further observation on sperm structurein a Heterodera sp.
  28. Biological control of the resistance to oxygen flux in nodules
  29. A major error in the acetylene reduction assay: decreases in nodular nitrogenase activity under assay conditions
  30. Nematode pests of Vicia faba L
  31. The two viruses: the effects of their different epidemiologies on control strategies
  32. Evaluation of Samplers for Splash‐dispersed Fungus Spores
  33. Development in the chemistry and action of pyrethroids
  34. The role of calcium in the hatching of Globodera rostochiensis
  35. Resistance to potato cyst-nematodes
  36. Surface features in the taxonomy of Pratylenchus species
  37. HexatyZus viviparus (Nernatoda, Tylenchida, Hexatylina) : head skeleton morphology and a comparison of head symrnetry with that of Ditylenchus dipsaci (Tylenchina)
  38. Beet cyst nematode
  39. A new excavation in Plio-Pleistocene deposits at Little Heath
  40. Cenozoic pedogenesis and landform development in south-east England
  41. Biology of aphidius rhopalosiphi, a parasitoid of cereal aphids
  42. Letters, land classification in the hills and uplands of England and Wales a soil surveyor's view
  43. Extracted leaf proteins: their amino acid composition and nutritional quality
  44. Behaviour and some morphological features of mango bud mite Eriophyes mangiferae
  45. Octanol/water partition coefficients and chemical uptake by plants
  46. Compounds derived from aphid alarm pheromones of potential use in controlling colonisation and virus transmission by aphids
  47. Present status and future prospects for synthetic pyrethroids
  48. Simulation of herbicide movement in soils in winter
  49. Hirschmanniella miticausa n. sp.(Nematoda: Pratylenchidae) and its pathogenicity on taro (Colocasia esculenta)
  50. The oviposition attractant for the mushroom phorid Megaselia halterata: The identification of volatiles present in mushroom house air
  51. A perspective of mineral nutrition: essential and functional metals in plants
  52. Epilogue
  53. Metals and micronutrients, uptake and utilization by plants
  54. Behavioural dynamics
  55. Factors determining miroflora of stored barley grain
  56. The infectivity index and barley yellow dwarf virus
  57. EURAPHID: synoptic monitoring for migrant vector aphids
  58. Plant virus epidemiology. The spread and control of insect-borne viruses
  59. Barley yellow dwarf virus: a global problem
  60. A soil survey of Harlow Carr woodlands
  61. Effects of barley powdery mildew on grain filling in contrasting environments
  62. Distance matrices and their Euclidean approximation
  63. Comparing classifications
  64. The mineralogy of Palaeogene sediments in southeast England
  65. GLIM - Generalized linear models statistical software
  66. GLIM - Generalized linear models statistical software
  67. Prospects for improving use of nitrogen fertiliser for the grower
  68. Rothamsted garden clover - red clover grown continuously since 1854
  69. The Broadbalk wheat experiment 1968-78 : yields and plant nutrients in crops grown continuously and in rotation
  70. Generalized linear models
  71. Do statisticians need special interactive languages?
  72. Evolution of pyrethroid insecticides for crop protection
  73. Metal-Complexes Of Dicamba - The Crystal And Molecular-Structures Of Dicamba (3,6-Dichloro-2-Methoxybenzoic Acid) And Catena-Mu-Aqua-Diaquabis(3,6-Dichloro-2-Methoxybenzoato)Zinc(Ii) Dihydrate
  74. X-ray-microanalysis applied to the study of insect migration with special reference to rice bug, nilaparvata-lugens
  75. Work of the Soil Microbiology Department, Rothamsted Experimental Station
  76. Work of the Department of Soils and Plant Nutrition
  77. Wild potato repels aphids by release of aphid alarm pheromone
  78. Water-relation parameters of epidermal and cortical-cells in the primary root of triticum-aestivum l
  79. Water sorption on ca-saturated clays .2. Internal and external surfaces of montmorillonite
  80. Water sorption on ca-saturated clays .1. Multilayer sorption and microporosity in some illites
  81. Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizas and the cation-anion balance of crops
  82. Variability of wheat yields in England and Wales
  83. Using foraging honeybees to sample an area for trace-metals
  84. The use of water and some inorganic salt-solutions to advance sugar-beet seed .2. Experiments under controlled and field conditions
  85. The use of water and some inorganic salt-solutions to advance sugar-beet seed .1. Laboratory studies
  86. Use of population-models to estimate the proportion of cyst-nematode eggs killed by fumigation
  87. The use of horizontal piezometers for insitu measurements of hydraulic conductivity below the water-table
  88. The use of 2nd-stage juvenile tails as an aid in the identification of meloidogyne species
  89. Ultrastructure of the mesophyll-cells of leaves of a catalase-deficient mutant of barley (hordeum-vulgare-l)
  90. Turbulent dispersion from an elevated line source - measurements of wind-concentration moments and budgets
  91. Treatment of potato seed and ware tubers with imazalil and thiabendazole for control of silver scurf and other storage diseases
  92. Translational control of pathogenesis-related-protein synthesis
  93. Towards a better understanding of critical nutrient concentrations in crops
  94. Thermodynamics and potassium exchange in soils and clay-minerals
  95. A theoretical-examination of burns (1975) equation for predicting the leaching of nitrate fertilizer applied to a soil surface
  96. Thai governments role in meeting the basic human-need for food - suthasupa,p
  97. Temperature-dependence of the enzymic carboxylation and oxygenation of ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate in relation to effects of temperature on photosynthesis
  98. A synthetic pheromone lure to induce worker honeybees to consume water and artificial forage
  99. Synthesis and properties of phosphinothricin derivatives
  100. The synthesis and deposition of the prolamin storage proteins (secalins) of rye
  101. Survival of some aphid (hemiptera, aphididae) predators with special reference to their parasites in England
  102. A survey of cutworm attacks in England and Wales, and a descriptive population-model for agrotis-segetum (lepidoptera, noctuidae)
  103. Suppressive soils
  104. Sub-families of hordein mRNA encoded at the Hor 2 locus of barley
  105. A study of the reliability of ultrasonic fat probe measurements as an indicator of sow condition
  106. Studies on fast and slow growing Rhizobium spp. nodulating Cqjanus cajan and Cicer arietinum
  107. Studies of a hydroxy-acid polyether ionophore
  108. Structures of complexes between dimethylthallium picrate and 2 isomers of dicyclohexano-18-crown-6
  109. Structure of a complex between sodium perchlorate and 6,7,9,10,12,13,15,16,23,24,26,27-dodecahydrodibenzo[b,k][1,4,7,10,13,16,19,22]octaoxacyclotetracosin (asymmetric dibenzo-24-crown-8), C24H32O8.NaClO4
  110. Structure of a complex between rel-(6R,11S,17R,22S)-6,7,8,9,10,11,17,18,19,20,21,22-dodecahydro-1,5,12,16,23,26,29-heptaoxa[73,14][5.5]orthocyclophane and magnesium bis(perchlorate) monohydrate, C22H38O7.Mg(ClO4)2.H2O
  111. Storage of barley-grain in iron-age type underground pits
  112. Spread of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi between separate root systems
  113. Spore germination and hyphal growth of a vesicular–arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus, Glomus mosseae (Gerdemann and Trappe), under decreased oxygen and increased carbon dioxide concentrations
  114. The specific surface of soils determined by water sorption
  115. Spatial variation of soil-nitrogen and related factors
  116. Spatial variation in soil and the role of kriging
  117. Some observations on pest damage to grassland and some possible control measures
  118. Some implications of helical fibers in worm cuticles
  119. Some field instruments suitable for the automated measurement of thermal and hydraulic-properties of soil
  120. Some causes of yield variation in an intensive spring barley experiment at Woburn, 1972-8
  121. Solubilization and characterization of wheat gluten proteins - correlations between the amount of aggregated proteins and baking quality
  122. Soil-moisture changes under grassland as measured by neutron probe in midland England
  123. Soil physical theory and heterogeneity
  124. Serological detection of pathogenesis-related proteins
  125. Sensitivity of barley powdery mildew to triadimenol in the UK
  126. Semi-latin squares and related designs
  127. Selection of potato cyst-nematodes on resistant solanum-vernei hybrids
  128. Seasonal distribution of stem‐boring larvae including frit fly (Diptera: Oscinella frit L.) and pest damage in perennial ryegrass
  129. Scent-marking of flowers by honeybees
  130. Scaled space and time variables in soil-water and groundwater flux-boundary problems
  131. The role of trehalose in the hatching mechanism of heterodera-goettingiana
  132. Role of organic-matter in growth of a vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus in soil
  133. A review of septoria diseases of wheat and barley
  134. Restricted randomization
  135. Response of fusarium-nivale in wheat and barley caryopses to organomercury treatment in relation to site of infection and microbial antagonism
  136. Response of chrysoperla-carnea (stephens) (neuroptera, chrysopidae) to some potential attractants
  137. Relationships between lipophilicity and the distribution of non-ionized chemicals in barley shoots following uptake by the roots
  138. Relationships between labile‐P, NAHCO3‐soluble P, and mobilisation of non‐labile P in soils treated with inorganic phosphate fertilisers and organic manures
  139. Relationships between a p-sorption index, extractable fe and al and fluoride reactivity in the soils of an area of mid-Wales
  140. Relationship between n concentration of grain and grain-yield in recent winter-wheat experiments in England and Belgium, some with large yields
  141. A re-examination of esophageal ultrastructure in ditylenchus-dipsaci (nematoda, tylenchida) with some observations on intestinal structure
  142. Re-establishment of indigenous vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi after topsoil storage
  143. Recovery of "pseudocercosporella-herpotrichoides spores from rain-splash samples
  144. The reactions of two cereal aphid parasitoids, aphidius-uzbekistanicus and aphidius-ervi to host aphids and their food-plants
  145. Quarantine measures for seed in the United-Kingdom
  146. Quantitative studies on dispersal of Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides spores from infected wheat straw by simulated rain
  147. A quantitative comparison of the extraction of protein-fractions from wheat-grain by different solvents, and of the polypeptide and amino-acid-composition of the alcohol-soluble proteins
  148. The pyrethrins and related-compounds .27. Esters of pulegenic and related acids
  149. The pyrethrins and related-compounds .26. Analogs of fenvalerate from acyclic-substituted 3-methylbutyric and related acids
  150. Purification and properties of 2 forms of glutamine-synthetase from the plant fraction of phaseolus root-nodules
  151. Protein-synthesis by isolated plant-mitochondria
  152. Prospects for increasing photosynthesis by control of photo-respiration
  153. Problems of testing novel chemicals for the preservation of damp hay
  154. Presentation of papers at conferences
  155. The presence of high molecular-weight aggregates in the protein bodies of developing endosperms of wheat and other cereals
  156. Preparation and X-ray structure of [ReCl(Ph2PCH2CH2PPh2)2]
  157. The preparation and characterization of an aggregated gliadin fraction from wheat
  158. A preliminary investigation of the nutritive-value of 3 terrestrial lumbricid worms for rainbow-trout
  159. The potential of antagonists for fungal control
  160. Possible consequences of very large-scale use of unconventional energy-sources
  161. Point of error
  162. Point counting pores and illuvial clay in thin-section
  163. Plant-regeneration from protoplasts of solanum-brevidens
  164. Plant-regeneration from cultured immature embryos and inflorescences of 25 cultivars of wheat (triticum-aestivum)
  165. Plant-growth responses to vesicular arbuscular mycorrhiza .14. Interactions with verticillium wilt on tomato plants
  166. Photosynthesis, photo-respiration and nitrogen-metabolism
  167. Pesticides and honey bees - toxicity in the laboratory, and hazard in the field
  168. Pathogenesis-related proteins N, O, P, Q, R etc.: Some properties and separations
  169. Pathogenesis-related proteins in plants and tissues of nicotiana-tabacum transformed by agrobacterium-tumefaciens
  170. Pathogenesis-related proteins in crown gall tissue
  171. An outside view of the chinese agricultural scene
  172. Organic phosphorus-compounds .76. Synthesis and properties of phosphinothricin derivatives
  173. Occurrence of nematophagous fungi in cyst nematode populations
  174. Observations on a British hairworm, parachordodes-wolterstorffii(nematomorpha, gordiidae)
  175. Nutritional control of storage-protein synthesis in developing grain of barley (hordeum-vulgare-l)
  176. A note on modeling methods for studies of ectomycorrhizal systems
  177. New foods - proving leaf proteins worth
  178. Necrosis in field beans (vicia-faba) induced by interactions between bean leaf roll, pea early-browning and pea enation mosaic-viruses
  179. The natural incidence of disease in the cutworm agrotis-segetum in England and Wales
  180. Movement of plant-pathogens in the crop canopy
  181. Molecular analysis of a mutation conferring the high-lysine phenotype on the grain of barley (hordeum vulgare)
  182. Modified toxicity of paraquat on barley and wheat
  183. Modified toxicity of 2,4-d on leaves of rape
  184. Modified gas-liquid-chromatographic method for determining bromide-total bromine in foodstuffs and soils
  185. The microflora of ripening barley-grain and the effects of preharvest fungicide application
  186. Methods, progress and potential for the use of isolated vacuoles in studies of solute transport in higher-plant cells
  187. Metal-phenoxyalkanoic acid interactions .11. Crystal-structure of potassium 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetate hemihydrate
  188. Metabolism and energy supply of plants under stress
  189. Melissococcus pluton, the cause of European foulbrood of honey bees (Apis spp)
  190. Mapping of the s' subsites of porcine pancreatic and human-leukocyte elastases
  191. The major proteins in extracts of tobacco leaves that are responding hypersensitively to virus-infection
  192. Lysine-sensitivity of aspartate kinase isoenzymes in barley plants with combinations of the lt1 and lt2 mutant genes
  193. Lysine transport in 2 barley mutants with altered uptake of basic-amino-acids in the root
  194. Limited independent growth of a vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus invitro
  195. The isolation of ferredoxin dependent glutamate synthase deficient, photorespiration mutants of barley
  196. Isolation and identification of messenger-rna for the high-molecular-weight storage proteins of wheat endosperm
  197. The isolation and characterization of a catalase-deficient mutant of barley (hordeum-vulgare-l)
  198. Is there a phyto-interferon?
  199. An investigation of wheat rubp carboxylase activity by high resolution H-1 NMR
  200. Invasive and developmental processes of entomophthora-muscae infecting houseflies (musca-domestica)
  201. Introduction - purpose and types of models
  202. Intracellular-localization of aspartate kinase and the enzymes of threonine and methionine biosynthesis in green leaves
  203. Intracellular occurrence of cowpea mild mottle virus in 2 unrelated plant-species
  204. Interactions of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal infections and heavy-metals in plants .2. The effects of infection on uptake of copper
  205. Interactions of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal infection and heavy-metals in plants .1. The effects of heavy-metals on the development of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizas
  206. Interaction of root-lesion nematodes, pratylenchus-thornei and pratylenchus-crenatus, with the fungus thielaviopsis-basicola and a grey sterile fungus on roots of pea (pisum-sativum)
  207. Integrated pest-control in china
  208. Insecticidal activity of the pyrethrins and related-compounds .14. Selectivity of pyrethroid insecticides between ephestia-kuhniella and its parasite venturia-canescens
  209. Insecticidal activity of the pyrethrins and related-compounds .13. Comparison of the effects of alpha-substituents in different esters
  210. Insect pest monitoring in china
  211. Infrequent transmission of double-stranded-rna virus-particles but absence of DNA proviruses in single ascospore cultures of gaeumannomyces-graminis
  212. Infection of potato stems by the gangrene pathogen, phoma-exigua var foveata
  213. The induction of permeability in egg-shells of ascaris-suum prior to hatching
  214. Indole-3-methylglucosinolate biosynthesis and metabolism in clubroot diseased plants
  215. The increasing need to control insect pests of oilseed rape in England
  216. Increased uptake of bromide and chloride by plants infected with vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizas
  217. Increased uptake of anions by plants with vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizas
  218. Incidence of tuber diseases in classified seed potatoes harvested in England and Wales, 1974-77
  219. In the soil
  220. Improvement of protein-quality in cereals
  221. Identification of barley yellow dwarf virus and cereal aphid infestations in winter-wheat by aerial-photography
  222. Identification of barley and wheat cdna clones related to the high-mr polypeptides of wheat gluten
  223. Identification of a male determinant on the x-chromosome of housefly (musca-domestica l) populations in southeast England
  224. Hyphal growth from spores of the mycorrhizal fungus glomus-caledonius - effect of amino-acids
  225. How many observations are needed for regional estimation of soil properties
  226. Honeybee paralysis - its natural spread and its diminished incidence in England and Wales
  227. High-resolution C-13 nmr of crystalline benzo-15-crown-5 using sideband suppression techniques
  228. Hatching of the cyst nematode heterodera-goettingiana in response to root diffusate from bean (vicia-faba)
  229. Hatching of potato cyst nematodes in root diffusates collected from 25 potato cultivars
  230. The hatching of heterodera-goettingiana in response to brief exposure to pea root diffusate
  231. Glutamine-synthetase from the plant fraction of phaseolus root-nodules - purification of the messenger-rna and invitro synthesis of the enzyme
  232. Generalized wreath-products of permutation-groups
  233. General nematology - maggenti,a
  234. Gas-diffusion through soil crumbs - the effects of wetting and swelling
  235. Further-studies on a spiroplasma isolated from coconut palms in Jamaica
  236. Further observations on the responses of male pea moth, cydia-nigricana, to vegetation previously exposed to sex-attractant
  237. Further novel 2-acylcyclohexane-1,3-diones from lepidopteran larvae
  238. Foraging behavior of honeybees on oilseed rape
  239. Foraging behavior of honeybees and bumble bees on brussels sprout grown to produce hybrid seed
  240. The feeding pump of ditylenchus-dipsaci (nematoda, tylenchida)
  241. Feedback-insensitive aspartate kinase isoenzymes in barley mutants resistant to lysine plus threonine
  242. The fate of fertilizer nitrogen in the field
  243. Factors determining the microflora of stored barley-grain
  244. Factors affecting the hazard of pesticides to honeybees
  245. Factors affecting resistance to insecticides in house-flies, musca-domestica l (diptera, muscidae) .1. Long-term control with bioresmethrin of flies with strong pyrethroid-resistance potential
  246. Extraction, separation, and polymorphism of the prolamin storage proteins (secalins) of rye
  247. Experiments with solid and liquid N-fertilizers and fungicides on winter wheat at Saxmundham, Suffolk, 1976–9
  248. Ewrs herbicide-soil working group - collaborative experiment on simazine persistence in soil
  249. Evaluation of pesticides for use with biological-control
  250. Etiology of African cassava mosaic disease
  251. The estimation of yield losses in wheat from severity of infection by septoria species
  252. Estimation of sugar-beet productivity from reflection in the red and infrared spectral bands
  253. Estimating N-2-fixation in the field using N-15-labeled fertilizer - some problems and solutions
  254. The enzymatic determination of bicarbonate and CO2 in reagents and buffer solutions
  255. Electrophoretic study of enzymes from cereal aphid populations. II. Use of electrophoresis for identifying aphidiid parasitoids (Hymenoptera) of Sitobion avenae (F.) (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  256. Electrophoretic study of enzymes from cereal aphid populations. I. Electrophoretic techniques and staining systems for characterising isoenzymes from six species of cereal aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  257. Electrophoretic and serological comparisons of pathogenesis-related (b) proteins from different plant-species
  258. Electric charge, image-charge forces, and the deposition of pesticide drops
  259. The effects of sulphur starvation on the amino acid and protein compositions of barley grain
  260. Effects of sowing date on plant establishment and bolting and the influence of these factors on yields of sugar-beet
  261. Effects of some cyclic crown polyethers on potassium uptake, efflux and transport in excised root segments and whole seedlings
  262. Effects of several nitrification inhibitors, when injected with aqueous urea, on yields and nitrogen recoveries of ryegrass leys
  263. Effects of nitrogen fertilizer and tridemorph on mildew, growth and yield of spring barley 1975–7
  264. Effects of nitrogen-fertilizer and irrigation on sugar-beet at Brooms-Barn 1973-8
  265. Effects of fungicides and insecticides applied to spring barley sown on different dates in 1976-79
  266. Effects of fungicide movement between plots in field experiments
  267. The effects of fertilizers and drought on the concentrations of potassium in the dry-matter and tissue water of field-grown spring barley
  268. Effects of deltamethrin on walking, flight and potato-virus y-transmission by pyrethroid-resistant myzus-persicae
  269. Effects of delaying fungicide treatment on the incidence of gangrene in stored potato-tubers
  270. The effects of aspirin and polyacrylic-acid on the multiplication and spread of tmv in different cultivars of tobacco with and without the n-gene
  271. The effects of aspirin and polyacrylic-acid on pathogenesis-related protein induction and localized and systemic tobacco mosaic-virus infection
  272. Effects of 3,5-dichlorophenoxyacetic and other phenoxyacetic acids, as foliar sprays, on clubroot of cabbage
  273. The effectiveness of 1,3-dichloropropene for controlling virus vector nematodes with reference to the maff certification scheme for strawberry nursery stock
  274. Effective stresses in unsaturated soils and their applicability in the theory of critical state soil mechanics
  275. Effect of various levels of infestation by the seed weevil (Ceutorhynchus assimilis Payk.) on the seed yield of oil-seed rape (Brassica napus L.)
  276. Effect of the components of the nasonov pheromone on its release by honeybees at the hive entrance
  277. Effect of temperature on rubp carboxylase-oxygenase in relation to c-3 photosynthesis
  278. The effect of temperature before or after inoculation with phoma-exigua var foveata on the development of gangrene in potato-tubers
  279. The effect of somatic stress on behavior and water-content of infective larvae of trichostrongylus-colubriformis
  280. Effect of sharp eyespot (rhizoctonia-cerealis) on yield loss in winter-wheat
  281. The effect of rhizobium inoculation and nitrogen-fertilizer on nitrogen-fixation and seed yield of dry beans (phaseolus-vulgaris)
  282. Effect of phosphate on germination and growth of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
  283. The effect of ph on the total and free ionic concentrations of manganese, zinc and cobalt in soil solutions
  284. The effect of ph and organic-matter of some soils on the ionic activities and concentrations of trace-elements in soil solutions
  285. Effect of paratrichodorus-anemones and other plant-parasitic nematodes on the growth of spring wheat
  286. The effect of nitrate and phosphate on the vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal infection of lettuce
  287. Effect of honeybee nasonov and alarm pheromone components on behavior at the nest entrance
  288. The effect of erwinia-carotovora subsp atroseptica (blackleg) on potato plants .1. Growth and yield of different cultivars
  289. Effect of endogenous protease activity on sodium dodecyl-sulfate electrophoresis of homogenates of peach-potato aphids (myzus-persicae, sulz)
  290. Effect of dicyandiamide on ammonia volatilization from urea in soil
  291. Effect of anthelmintic treatment on milk-yield
  292. The effect of air bubbles on the response of tensiometers
  293. Earthworms, organic waste and food
  294. The distribution of aldicarb and its metabolites between lumbricus-terrestris, water and soil
  295. The distribution and effect of intracellular rickettsia-like microorganisms infecting adult males of the potato cyst-nematode globodera-rostochiensis
  296. The distribution and effect of intracellular rickettsia-like microorganisms infecting 2nd-stage juveniles of the potato cyst-nematode globodera-rostochiensis
  297. Dispersal of erwinia-carotovora subsp atroseptica in splash droplets
  298. Dispersal of "pseudocercosporella-herpotrichoides spores from infected wheat straw
  299. Dispersal of "pseudocercosporella-herpotrichoides and pyrenopeziza-brassicae spores in splash droplets
  300. Direct control of virus diseases
  301. Determination of the active-ingredient content of technical and formulated dnoc and dinoseb and technical dinobuton by spectrophotometry - a collaborative international pesticides analytical council study
  302. Decreased response to alarm pheromone by insecticide-resistant aphids
  303. Current work on soil potassium
  304. The crystal-structures of complexes of 2,5,8,11,14,18,21,24,27,30-decaoxatricyclo 13.17.0.01,15 dotriacontanewi th potassium thiocyanate(1-1), barium thiocyanate (1-1) dihydrate, and ammonium thiocyanate (1-2)
  305. The crystal-structure of wh2cl2(pme2ph)4 and its dehydrochlorination to generate a reactive metal center
  306. Criss-cross designs
  307. Coordination of alkali-metals by open-chain polyethers in transition-metal complexes .2. An explanation for alkali-metal selectivity from the X-ray and molecular-structure of tetrakis 1-(ortho-carboxymethoxyphenoxy)-2-(ortho-hydroxyphenoxy)-ethana to(1-) dirubidiumcobalt(ii) and comparison with the dipotassium analog
  308. A controlled environment study of the effect of leaf physiological age on the movement of apterous myzus-persicae on sugar-beet plants
  309. Control of stem nematode, ditylenchus-dipsaci (oat race), by aldicarb and resistant crop plants
  310. The contribution of physics to land drainage
  311. Conservation of the name micropolyspora lechevalier, solotorovsky, and mcdurmont and designation of micropolyspora-faeni cross, maciver, and lacey as the type species of the genus - request for an opinion
  312. A conditional-lethal cnx-type nitrate reductase-deficient barley mutant
  313. Concentrations of potassium in the dry-matter and tissue water of field-grown spring barley and their relationships to grain-yield
  314. A computer-based system for the acquisition and analysis of data from a field tillage study
  315. Computer assessment of soil n status in spring - can it improve n efficiency
  316. Comparisons of invasion and development of Globodera spp and European potato cyst-nematode pathotypes in roots of resistant Solanum sg leptostemonum spp
  317. Comparison of methods of assessing field populations of heterodera-schachtii
  318. A comparison between sodium and potassium in the inhibition of stomatal opening by cyclic crown polyethers
  319. A comparative-analysis of chrysoperla-carnea catches in light-traps and suction-traps
  320. Clay-minerals of lake abert, an alkaline, saline lake
  321. Citation classic - the pathway of nitrogen assimilation in plants
  322. Chromosomal location of hor-3, a new locus governing storage proteins in barley
  323. Chemical control of the pea and bean weevil, sitona-lineatus l, and subsequent effects on the yield of field beans Vicia faba L.
  324. Charge heterogeneity in smectites
  325. Characteristics of oat (avena-sativa l) seed globulins
  326. Carbon costs of nitrogenase activity in legume root-nodules determined using acetylene and oxygen
  327. Calculators - how to get the answers right
  328. Brood recognition by honeybee (apis-mellifera) workers
  329. Biological-control of nematodes
  330. Biochemical-properties of the pathogenesis-related proteins from tobacco
  331. The biochemical and molecular genetics of the high molecular weight gluten proteins of wheat
  332. Behavioral dynamics
  333. Barcodes, readers and printers for library applications
  334. An attempt to use isolated vacuoles to determine the distribution of sodium and potassium in cells of storage roots of red beet (beta-vulgaris L.)
  335. Associations between weather factors and the spring migration of the damson-hop aphid, phorodon-humuli
  336. Association of viruses with two protozoal pathogens of the honey bee (2)
  337. Assessment of potassium in soils
  338. An assessment of insidious pest damage to 26 varieties of 7 species of herbage legumes
  339. An asparagine synthetase inhibitor in pisum and asparagus
  340. Application of the FAO-recommended method for detecting insecticide resistance in Aphis jabae Scopoli, Sitobion avenae (F.), Metopolophium dirhodum (Walker) and Rhopalosiphum padi (L.) (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  341. Appearance of a novel form of plant glutamine-synthetase during nodule development in phaseolus-vulgaris L.
  342. Apparent short potassium hydrogen distances in potassium fluoride malonic-acid
  343. Apparent charge heterogeneity in kaolins in relation to their 2-1 phyllosilicate content
  344. Apparatus for collecting and surface sterilizing nematodes and similar small aquatic organisms
  345. Antagonists of the cereal cyst nematode heterodera-avenae woll in Australian soils
  346. Ammonia assimilation in the roots of nitrate-grown and ammonia-grown hordeum-vulgare (cv golden promise)
  347. Amino-acid interconversion in germinating-seeds
  348. Alarm pheromone secretion by insecticide-susceptible and insecticide-resistant Myzus-persicae treated with demeton-S-methyl - aphid dispersal and transfer of plant-viruses
  349. Aggregation states of alcohol-soluble storage proteins of barley, rye, wheat and maize
  350. Adsorbed ion activities and other thermodynamic parameters of ion-exchange defined by mole or equivalent fractions
  351. The adenylate energy-charge of the soil microbial biomass
  352. Activation of ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase by Ca-2+
  353. Action of the feeding pump in longidorus-caespiticola hooper
  354. The action of the anterior feeding apparatus of caenorhabditis-elegans (nematoda, rhabditida)
  355. The action of methionine sulphoximine, phosphinothricin and its 2-oxo derivative on plant metabolism
  356. Action of inhibitors of ammonia assimilation on amino-acid-metabolism in hordeum-vulgare-l (cv golden promise)
  357. From tumor to tuber; tumor cell characteristics and chromosome numbers of crown gall-derived tetraploid potato plants (Solanum tuberosum cv. 'Maris Bard')
  358. Cytogenetics of Lolium perenne. Part 2: Chiasma distribution in inbred lines
  359. Cytogenetics of Lolium perenne. Part 3: Correlation between chiasmata and u-type exchange
  360. The physiology of vesicular-arbuscular endomycorrhizal symbiosis
  361. Effects of eight factors on the growth and nutrient-uptake of winter-wheat and on the incidence of pests and diseases
  362. Optimal interpolation and isarithmic mapping of soil properties .5. Co-regionalization and multiple sampling strategy
  363. Identification of Meloidogyne species; a comparison of stylets of females
  364. The use of ELISA in research on beet yellowing viruses
  365. Weather and modelling cereal aphid populations in Norfolk (UK)
  366. Mycorrhizal fungi and ion uptake
  367. Software notices. New developments in Genstat
  368. The inhibition of glutamate dehydrogenase by derivatives of isophthalic acid
  369. Asparagine synthesis in pea leaves, and the occurrence of an asparagine synthetase inhibitor
  370. The effects of barley yellow dwarf virus, aphids and honeydew on Cladosporium infection of winter wheat and barley
  371. The effect of barley yellow dwarf virus on field populations of the cereal aphids, Sitobion avenae and Metopolophium dirhodum
  372. Measurement and simulation of anion diffusion in natural soil aggregates and clods
  373. Kinetics and temperature relationships of mineralization and nitrification in Rothamsted soils with differing histories
  374. Transmission of Fusarium solani var. coeruleum and F. sulphureum from seed potatoes to progeny tubers in the field
  375. The effect of temerature before or after inoculation with Phoma exigua var. foveata on the development of gangrene in potato tubers
  376. The effect of Erwinia cartotovora subspecies atroseptica on potato plants II Compensatory growth
  377. Effects of spatial heterogeneity on Jones's model for cyst-nematode population dynamics and crop root damage.
  378. The effect of residual herbage height on milk production of grazing dairy cows
  379. The comparative effects of defoliation, treading and excreta on a Lolium perenne -Trifolium repens pasture grazed by sheep
  380. Support energy use in animal production from grassland
  381. Responsible use of support energy in food production
  382. Interrelationships between pattern of fermentation during ensilage and initial crop composition
  383. Impact on energy budgets in grassland production and conservation of possible production of energy from biomass crops
  384. Grass N-white clover to come back
  385. Effects of treading and the return of excreta on a perennial ryegrass-white clover sward defoliated by continuously-grazing sheep