1. Rothamsted Multidisciplinary Agronomy
  2. Rothamsted Soils Division
  3. Introduction The nitrogen requirement of cereals : proceedings of a conference organised by ADAS September 1982
  4. Environmental effects on dry matter production
  5. The supply of nitrogen from the soil
  6. Recovery of 15N-labelled fertilizer by winter wheat
  7. The effect of sowing date and of leaching on soil nitrogen supply for winter wheat at Rothamsted and Woburn 1981
  8. Effects of nitrogen on the growth and development of winter wheat
  9. The response of winter wheat to nitrogen
  10. The pollination requirements of cultivars of oil-seed rape [Brassica napus, turnip, Brassica campestris]
  11. Agronomy and crop physiology division Broom's Barn
  12. Charge Heterogeneity and the Calorimetry of K-Ca Exchange-Adsorption in Clays and Soils
  13. Computer mapping of aphid abundance
  14. Pheromones in the management of beneficial insects
  15. Effects of gaseous air pollutants on stromal reactions
  16. The structures of 15,18,34,37-tetramethoxy-1,4,7,10,13,20,23,26,29,32-decaoxa[13.13]parabenzenophane, C32H48O14, and its 1:2:2 complex with sodium thiocyanate and water, C32H48O14.2(NaSCN.H2O)
  17. Methods for summarizing the analysis of categorical data
  18. On the intricacy of combinatorial construction problems
  19. A ferredoxin-like electron carrier from non-green cultured tobacco cells
  20. The characterisation of brown podzolic soils in England and Wales
  21. Genetic maps of Rhizobium leguminosarum, R. meliloti, R. phaseoli and R. trifolii
  22. Nematophthora gynophila och Verticillium chlamydosporium svampparasiter på cystnematoder, vanliga i svenska jordar med förekomst av strasadescystnematoder
  23. Genetic maps of Rhizobium leguminosarum, R. meliloti, R. phaseoli and R. trifolii
  24. Relative insecticidal activity of various 3-polyhaloethyl- 2,2-dimethylcyclopropane carboxylates
  25. Seed production by bolters in root crops of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) and its control by cutting and selective chemical application
  26. A hypothesis relating critical potassium concentrations for growth to the distribution and functions of this ion in the plant cell
  27. An investigation of ribulosebisphosphate carboxylase activity by high resolution 1H NMR
  28. Some recent nematode problems in oilseed rape
  29. Cyst nematode problems on oilseed rape
  30. Relative insecticidal activity of various 3-polyhaloethyl- 2,2-dimethylcyclopropane carboxylates
  31. Effects of anions on the activation and catalytic properties of Rubisco
  32. The application of soil science to increasing soil productivity
  33. The application of soil science to increasing soil productivity
  34. Statistics and decisions
  35. A study of selection criteria for constructing identification keys
  36. Immunoassay of carboxylesterase activity for identifying insecticide resistant Myzus persicae
  37. Pheromones in the management of beneficial insects
  38. Long-term effects of fertilizers at Broom's Barn, 1965-82
  39. Effects of pH and phosphate status of a silty clay loam on manganese, zinc and copper concentrations in soil fractions and in clover
  40. Factors affecting the uptake of soil-applied chemicals by plants and other organisms
  41. Haustarium . Parasitic plants newsletter
  42. Water relations of some Fusarium species from infected wheat ears and grain
  43. Effect of water activity and temperature on mycotoxin production by Alternaria alternata in culture and on wheat grain
  44. Oxygenase and Carboxylase Activities of RuBP Carboxylase from Wheat Leaves
  45. Tentative assessment of soil survey approaches to the characterization and interpretation of air-water properties of soils
  46. Some Recent Advances in Multivariate Analysis Applied to Anthropometry
  47. Multivariate analysis: Ordination, multidimensional scaling and allied topics
  48. Agrobacterium tumefaciens T-DNA in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  49. Microcalorimetric measurement of enthalpies of ion exchanges in aluminosilicate minerals and soils
  50. Plant molecular and cell biology : an introduction
  51. Larval instar determination of the pea and bean weevil Sitona lineatus L. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
  52. The influence of pesticide on polyphagous predators of pests
  53. Numerical methods in the taxonomy of sporoactinomycetes
  54. Rhizomania - summer symptoms and fungal vector
  55. Rothamsted Garden Clover - Red clover grown continuously since 1854 Yields, crop and soil analyses 1956-82
  56. Une approche probabiliste de la cartographie du sol
  57. Elucidation and characterization of spatial variation in soil using regionalized variable theory : Proceedings of the 2nd NATO ASI, Geostatistics for Natural Resource Characterization, NATO ASI Series. Series C: Mathematical Physical
  58. Modelling of the nitrogen requirement of cereals
  59. Obituary notice J O Irwin 1898-1982
  60. Repeated sequences in cereal storage proteins
  61. Approaches to improving the nutritional quality of barley seed proteins
  62. An Eta-2-Allene Complex Of Rhenium Formed From An Alkyne - X-Ray Structure Of Recl(Eta-2-H2c-C=Chph)(Ph2pch2ch2pph2)2
  63. X-ray-analysis of the 1-(ortho-carboxymethoxyphenoxy)-2-(ortho-hydroxyphenoxy)ethanato-sodium tetramer, a sodium-oxygen cubane structure
  64. Widespread inhibitor production in culture by isolates of gaeumannomyces-graminis var tritici (take-all)
  65. Whole pattern refinement of randomly interstratified clay-minerals
  66. Wheat gluten elasticity - a similar molecular-basis to elastin
  67. Virus and pathogenesis-related protein accumulation after tobacco-mosaic-virus infection of tobacco
  68. Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal infection in lettuce (lactuca-sativa) in relation to calcium supply
  69. Vesicular - arbuscular endomycorrhizal inoculum production .2. Experiments with maize (zea-mays) and other hosts in nutrient flow culture
  70. Vesicular - arbuscular endomycorrhizal inoculum production .1. Exploratory experiments with beans (phaseolus-vulgaris) in nutrient flow culture
  71. The uses and limitations of flux-gradient relationships in micrometeorology
  72. The use of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal roots grown by the nutrient film technique as inoculum for field sites
  73. A tris-dinitrogne complex. Preparation and crystal structure of mer-[Mo(N2)3(PPrn2Ph)3]
  74. Transmission of beet mosaic-virus by cereal aphids
  75. Transfer of a host range plasmid from rhizobium-leguminosarum to fast-growing bacteria that nodulate soybeans
  76. Tillage under controlled conditions - its effect on emergence and yield of spring barley
  77. Thermodynamics of K-Ca exchange in soils II Effects of mineralogy, residual K and pH in soils from long-term ADAS experiments
  78. Thermodynamics of K-Ca exchange in soils .1. Effects of potassium and organic-matter residues in soils from the Broadbalk and Saxmundham Rotation I Experiments
  79. Tests of significance for 2 x 2 contingency-tables
  80. Tentative assessment of soil survey approaches to the characterization and interpretation of air water properties of soils
  81. A system for the rapid collection, analysis and dissemination of aphid-monitoring data from suction traps
  82. A synthetic pheromone lure useful for trapping stray honeybees
  83. The synthesis, infrared-spectra, and crystal-structures of 3 isomeric dicyclohexano-14-crown-4 diols
  84. Synthesis of 3 series of diastereoisomeric bicyclic crown ethers and their stability-constants with group 1a cations
  85. A study of mole drainage with simplified cultivation for autumn-sown crops on a clay soil 3 Agronomy, root and shoot growth of winter-wheat 1978-80
  86. A study of esophageal structure in a nematode, aphelenchoides-blastophthorus (aphelenchida), using computer-graphics reconstruction from serial thin-sections
  87. Studies of elemental composition as a biological marker in insects. I. The influence of soil type and host-plant on elemental composition of Noctua pronuba (L). (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
  88. Structure of a 1:2 complex between rel-(1S,2R,16S,18R,32S,33R,47S,49R)-3,6,9,12,15,19,22,25,28,31,34,37,40,43,46,50,53,56,59,62-icosaoxapentacyclo[,32.016,49.018,47]dohexacontane and potassium picrate, C44H80O20.2[K(C6H2N3O7)]
  89. The structural and evolutionary relationships of the prolamin storage proteins of barley, rye and wheat
  90. Present position and potential developments: Some personal views: Statistical computing
  91. Some pathogenic effects of a species of pleistophora protozoa, microsporida for agrotis-exclamationis and other noctuids
  92. Soil-applied fungicides for controlling take-all in field experiments with winter-wheat
  93. Social insects - ecology and behavioral biology - brian,mv
  94. Slow-release 15N fertilizer formulations to measure N2-fixation by isotope dilution
  95. The significance of symbiotic nitrogen-fixation in plant-production
  96. The significance of clays in agriculture and soils
  97. Short-term variations in catches of the pea moth, cydia-nigricana, in interacting pheromone traps
  98. Sex pheromone of the pea moth,Cydia nigricana (F.) (Lepidoptera: Olethreutidae)
  99. Sampling conditions for reliable routine detection by enzyme-linked immunosorbent-assay of three ilarviruses in fruit-trees
  100. Sampling and bulking strategies for estimating soil properties in small regions
  101. The role of the vacuole in the accumulation and mobilization of sucrose
  102. The role of microorganisms in mediating and facilitating the uptake of plant nutrients from soil
  103. Resseliella sp. (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) attacking field beans (Vicia faba L.)
  104. Report of a meeting of the IOBC WPRS Integrated Control of Soil Pest Working Group (Cambridge, September 19th-22nd 1983)
  105. Relative fitness and the stability of resistance
  106. The relationship between numbers of heterodera-schachtii and sugar-beet yields on a mineral soil, 1978-81
  107. Regulation of spore germination of the vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus acaulospora-laevis by soil-ph
  108. Regulation of aspartate kinase isoenzymes in barley mutants resistant to lysine plus threonine - construction and analysis of combinations of the Lt1a, Lt1b, and Lt2 mutant-genes
  109. The redistribution of a surface-layer of solute during the drainage of a soil-profile to field-capacity
  110. Reaction of lanthanoid chlorides and macrobicyclic polyethers - crystal-structure of the hydrated complex between lanthanum chloride and 1,5,12,16,23,26,29,32-octaoxa 103,14 5.5 orthocyclophane
  111. Reaction between dibenzo-30-crown-10 and potassium thiocyanate; structures of the 1:1 complexes, anhydrous and monohydrated, [K(C28H40O10)]+.SCN- and [K(C28H40O10)]+.SCN-.H2O
  112. Pyrethroid insecticides - actions of deltamethrin and related-compounds on insect axonal sodium-channels
  113. Purified ribulose-p2 carboxylase from wheat with high specific activity and with fast activation
  114. The purification and N-terminal amino acid sequence analysis of the high molecular-weight gluten polypeptides of wheat
  115. Prospects for new chemical approaches to insect control
  116. Propheromones that release pheromonal carbonyl-compounds in light
  117. Propheromones - an approach to the slow release of pheromones
  118. Proline biosynthesis in a proline-accumulating barley mutant
  119. Prolamin genes of cereals - multigene families with unusual molecular-structure
  120. Prolamin genes of cereals - multigene families with unusual molecular-structure
  121. Preparation of potential macroligands for alkali-metal ions using open-chain polyether carboxylic-acids and tricarbonylbis(triphenylphosphine)ruthenium - X-ray crystal-structure of dicarbonylbis 1-(ortho-carboxymethoxyphenoxy)-2-(ortho-hydroxyphenoxy)et hanato(1-) bis-(triphenylphosphine)ruthenium(ii)
  122. Preliminary studies on the effects of copper, iron and manganese ions on the degradation of 3-indolylmethylglucosinolate (a constituent of brassica spp) by myrosinase
  123. Plant plant interactions - discussion
  124. Phytoalexins and disease-resistance mechanisms from a perspective of evolution and adaptation - discussion
  125. A physical map of pPH1JI and pJB4JI
  126. Phosphorus in the soil microbial biomass
  127. Phloem transport of xenobiotics in ricinus-communis var gibsonii
  128. Pesticide-residues in foodstuffs in England and Wales .2. Inorganic bromide ion in cucumber, tomato and self-blanching celery grown in soil fumigated with bromomethane, and the natural bromide ion content in a range of fresh fruit and vegetables
  129. Pesticide-residues in foodstuffs in England and Wales .1. Inorganic bromide ion in lettuce grown in soil fumigated with bromomethane
  130. Penicillium species associated with barley-grain in the UK
  131. A 31P nuclear magnetic resonance study of the phosphorus species in alkali extracts of soils from long-term field experiments
  132. Oxygen protection in legume nodules
  133. The over-estimation of clay and the under-estimation of pores in soil thin-sections
  134. Organo-phosphorus sulfides, sulfoxides and sulfones .1. Determination of residues in fruit and vegetables by gas-liquid-chromatography
  135. On the presence of clay concentrations in root structures undergoing pedologic transformations
  136. Occurrence of resistance-breaking strains of potato virus-x in potato stocks in England and Wales
  137. Observations on the invasion and development of the pea cystnematode heterodera-goettingiana in winter field beans (vicia-faba)
  138. Observations on the introduction of verticillium-chlamydosporium and other parasitic fungi into soil for control of the cereal cyst-nematode heterodera-avenae
  139. N-terminal amino-acid-sequences of chloroform methanol-soluble proteins and albumins from endosperms of wheat, barley and related species - homology with inhibitors of alpha-amylase and trypsin and with 2 s storage globulins
  140. No effect of Va mycorrhiza on red core disease of strawberry
  141. New words for old
  142. Neuroanatomy of the mesothoracic ganglion of the cockroach periplaneta-americana (l) .2. Median neuron cell body groups
  143. Natural inhibition of the aphid alarm pheromone
  144. Movement of globodera-rostochiensis (wollenweber) juveniles stimulated by potato-root exudate
  145. The morphology and genesis of 8 surface-water gley soils developed in till in England and Wales
  146. Molecular biology of the grain storage proteins of the Triticeae
  147. Molecular weights of glycollate oxidase during early stages of purification
  148. Molecular analysis of the effects of the lys 3a gene on the expression of Hor loci in developing endosperms of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
  149. Models for rates with poisson errors
  150. Mineralization and immobilization of nitrogen in fumigated soil and the measurement of microbial biomass nitrogen
  151. Methods of analyzing the effect of season of birth on weaning weight in a zebu x temperate beef herd in Kenya
  152. Methods for monitoring aphid vectors for a persistent virus
  153. Methods for assessing the susceptibility of potato-tubers of different cultivars to rotting by erwinia-carotovora subspecies atroseptica and carotovora
  154. A method for measuring the transfer of fixed nitrogen from free-living bacteria to higher-plants using N-15(2)
  155. A method for assessing the field susceptibility of potato cultivars to blackleg (erwinia-carotovora subsp atroseptica)
  156. Metal concentrations in sludges and soil from a long-term field trial
  157. Measurement of reserves of potassium in soils and their availability to crops
  158. A mathematical-model for the flight of pea moth to pheromone traps through a crop
  159. Local variation between catches of pea moth, cydia-nigricana (f) (lepidoptera, tortricidae), in sex-attractant traps, with reference to the monitoring of field populations
  160. Latitudinal and seasonal-changes of nocturnal illumination with a hypothesis about their effect on catches of insects in light-traps
  161. A laboratory assay to determine the sensitivity of rhynchosporium-secalis to the fungicide triadimenol
  162. The isolation of a photorespiratory mutant of barley unable to convert glycine to serine
  163. Isolation and structure determination of cotonefuran, an induced antifungal dibenzofuran from cotoneaster-lactea sm,w.W
  164. An investigation into the interaction between nitrogen nutrition, photosynthesis and photorespiration
  165. Interactions between azotobacter-chroococcum and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza and their effects on plant-growth
  166. Interaction of 3 lucerne cultivars and 11 English isolates of stem nematode (ditylenchus-dipsaci), lucerne race
  167. Insect plant interactions - endocrine defenses - discussion
  168. Insect plant adaptations - discussion
  169. Inhibition of soil urease activity by aminocresols
  170. Inhibition of ribulose-p2 carboxylase oxygenase by fluoride
  171. Inhibition of browning, phenoxyacetic acids and phenolic metabolism in potato-tuber disks - a model system to study chemicals that control common scab
  172. The influence of water solubility on the movement and degradation of simazine in a fallow soil
  173. Influence of transition-metals on the formation of iron-oxides during the oxidation of fe(ii)cl2 solution
  174. The influence of soil wetness on utilized output from grassland on commercial farms
  175. Influence of immature queen honeybees (apis-mellifera) on queen rearing and foraging
  176. Increased levels of glutathione in a catalase-deficient mutant of barley hordeum vulgare l
  177. Increased levels of glutathione in a catalase-deficient mutant of barley (hordeum-vulgare-l)
  178. Incidence of potato virus-v in potato stocks in England and Wales
  179. Inactive forms of wheat ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase - conversion from the slowly activating into the rapidly activating form
  180. Immunological studies on glutamine-synthetase using antisera raised to the 2 plant-forms of the enzyme from phaseolus root-nodules
  181. Hordein-gene expression during development of the barley (hordeum-vulgare) endosperm
  182. Honeybee nasonov pheromone lure
  183. Heterothallism in pyrenopeziza-brassicae, cause of light leaf-spot of brassicas
  184. Graph - an interactive program based on the graphical kernel system
  185. Glutamic-acid metabolism and the photorespiratory nitrogen-cycle in wheat leaves - metabolic consequences of elevated ammonia concentrations and of blocking ammonia assimilation
  186. A geostatistical study of topsoil properties in zhangwu county, china
  187. Genetic engineering and nitrogen fixation
  188. A general-form of the land equivalent ratio
  189. A general text translation program for coded descriptions
  190. Gas-diffusion through soil crumbs - the effects of compaction and wetting
  191. Fungicide effects on light leaf-spot, canker, crop growth and yield of winter oil-seed rape
  192. Formation of aluminum-substituted goethite in seasonally waterlogged rice soils
  193. Foliar uptake and movement of chlormequat in cereals - influence of dose and addition of related chemicals
  194. Fluctuating food fashions
  195. Factors affecting spore germination and initial growth of Pseudocercosporella-herpotrichoides on wheat
  196. Factors affecting resistance to insecticides in house-flies, Musca domestica L. (Diptera: Muscidae). II. Close linkage on autosome 2 between an esterase and resistance to trichlorphon and pyrethroids
  197. Factors affecting β carotene destruction in moist preserved leaf protein
  198. The extraction of fe and al by 0.1 m-pyrophosphate solutions - a comparison of some techniques
  199. Experiments to examine the significance of ammonia evolution from barley seedlings infected with the powdery mildew fungus, Erysiphe graminis f.sp. hordei
  200. An examination of the effect of human alpha-interferons on the infection and multiplication of tobacco mosaic-virus in tobacco
  201. Examination of performance in collaborative studies of recommended methods for pesticide-residues analysis
  202. Evolutionary relationships among genes for antibiotic-resistance - discussion
  203. Evolution of herbicide-resistant weeds - discussion
  204. Endogenous gibberellins and kauranoids identified from developing and germinating barley-grain
  205. Effects of surfactants on the performance of soil-applied fungicides against take-all (gaeumannomyces-graminis var tritici) in wheat
  206. The effects of soil-applied granular pesticides on the establishment and yield of sugar-beet in commercial fields
  207. Effects of soil treatments and cultivars on early dying disease of potatoes caused by globodera-rostochiensis and verticillium-dahliae
  208. Effects of silver scurf (helminthosporium-solani) on seed potatoes
  209. Effects of metal toxicity on the size of the soil microbial biomass
  210. Effects of gas-composition and water activity on growth of field and storage fungi and their interactions
  211. Effects of aphid alarm pheromone derivatives and related-compounds on non-persistent and semi-persistent plant-virus transmission by myzus-persicae
  212. Effects of activated-charcoal on attack by larvae of the wheat bulb fly, delia-coarctata
  213. Effect of water activity, temperature and substrate on interactions between field and storage fungi
  214. Effect of the fungicide captafol on the survival and symbiotic properties of rhizobium-trifolii
  215. Effect of temperature and ph on water relations of field and storage fungi
  216. The effect of soil-applied granular pesticides and irrigation on the yield of sugar-beet in fields infested with trichodorus-viruliferus
  217. Effect of soil volume and plant-density on mycorrhizal infection and growth-response
  218. The effect of SO32- and SO42- ions on the reactions of ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase
  219. An effect of rust (uromyces-viciae-fabae) on the yield of spring-sown field beans (vicia-faba) in the UK
  220. Effect of l-methionine sulfoximine on the products of photosynthesis in wheat (triticum-aestivum) leaves
  221. The effect of feeding protected methionine on the milk-yield and fertility of friesian dairy-cows
  222. Effect of cellulose xanthate on splash dispersal of "pseudocercosporella-herpotrichoides spores
  223. Different forms of insensitive acetylcholinesterase in insecticide-resistant house-flies (musca-domestica)
  224. Developments in the physics of land drainage
  225. The development of endomycorrhizal root systems .5. The detailed pattern of development of infection and the control of infection level by host in young leek plants
  226. Development of a combined cold-storage and methyl-bromide fumigation treatment to control the american serpentine leaf miner liriomyza-trifolii (diptera, agromyzidae) in imported chrysanthemum cuttings
  227. Determination of trace levels of ethylenethiourea by hplc following derivatization with phenacyl halides
  228. Description of the viruses affecting small grains in England
  229. Deposition gradients near to a point-source in a barley crop
  230. Decision trees to assess the risk of cereal aphid (hemiptera, aphididae) outbreaks in summer in England
  231. Crystal-structures of complexes between alkali-metal salts and cyclic polyethers .14. The structures of 15,18,34,37-tetramethoxy-1,4,7,10,13,20,23,26,29,32-decaoxa 13.13 parabe nzenophane, c32h48o14, and its 1-2-2 complex with sodium thiocyanate and water, c32h48o14.2(nascn.H2o)
  232. Crystal-structures of clay-minerals and related phyllosilicates
  233. Crop science - the genetic manipulation of crop plants
  234. Critical potassium concentrations for growth and the distribution and functions of potassium in plant-cells
  235. Coordination of alkali-metals by open-chain polyethers in transition-metal complexes .3. The X-ray structures of 1-(ortho-carboxymethoxyphenoxy)-2-(ortho-hydroxyphenoxy)ethane (hl) and its acid salt, khl2, a possible intermediate in the formation of co(kl2)2
  236. Constraints on crop production - opportunities for chemical-industry
  237. A concise simulation-model for interpreting n-fertilizer trials
  238. The concentrations of air-borne rape pollen over a crop of oil-seed rape (brassica-napus l)
  239. Computer construction and typesetting of identification keys
  240. Complexes of lanthanide chlorides with macrocyclic polyethers
  241. Complexes between macrobicyclic polyethers and hydrogen-bond donors - the crystal-structure of ammonium iodide and 1,5,12,16,23,26,29,32-octaoxa 103.14 5.5 orthocyclophane
  242. Comparisons between the establishment, growth and yield of winter-wheat on 3 clay soils, in experiments testing nitrogen-fertilizer in combination with aphicide and fungicides, from 1980 to 1982
  243. A comparison of steady-state land-drainage equations
  244. A comparison of methods for measuring turgor pressures and osmotic pressures of cells of red beet storage tissue
  245. A comparison of cereal-aphid migrations over Britain in the summers of 1979 and 1982
  246. A comparison of 4 methods of analyzing aqueous soil extracts for sulfate
  247. Colonization of organic-matter by vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
  248. The chromosomal locations and linkage relationships of the structural genes for the prolamin storage proteins (secalins) of rye
  249. Characterization of insecticide-insensitive acetylcholinesterase - microcomputer-based analysis of enzyme-inhibition in homogenates of individual housefly (musca-domestica) heads
  250. Changing approaches in nematode taxonomy
  251. Changes during rehydration of the anabiotic juvenile of ditylenchus-dipsaci
  252. Celadonite aluminous-glauconite - an example from the Lake District, UK
  253. Buffered output in Fortran
  254. Block-designs with block size-2
  255. Biometry in the third-world - science not ritual
  256. Biochemistry of photosynthesis in species of triticum of differing ploidy
  257. Biochemical-mechanisms of resistance to insecticides - discussion
  258. Bacterial-resistance to antibiotics - discussion
  259. The availability of potassium in soils to crops as measured by its release to a calcium-saturated cation-exchange resin
  260. An assessment of an approximate analytic method for predicting breakthrough curves for steady-state longitudinal dispersion of solute in soil with non-uniform water distribution
  261. Honeyed History - The archaeology of beekeeping by Cane, E.
  262. An approach to control of globodera-rostochiensis using inhibitors of collagen and chitin synthesis
  263. Analysis of variance models in orthogonal designs
  264. Ammonia-treated straw in diets for finishing beef-cattle
  265. The amino-acid-composition of d-hordein - comment
  266. Alcohol-dehydrogenase in hordeum-vulgare - changes in isoenzyme levels under hypoxia
  267. Akenomyces-costatus sp-nov and the validation of akenomyces arnaud
  268. Agrobacterium-rhizogenes-transformed and untransformed tobacco plants have similar pathogenesis related protein concentrations and similar susceptibility to virus-infection
  269. An aggregation pheromone of sitona-lineatus - identification and initial field studies
  270. Adaptation of plants to soils containing toxic metals - a test for conceit - discussion
  271. Adaptation of plants to mineral stress in problem soils - discussion
  272. Adaptation of plants to atmospheric pollutants - discussion
  273. Adaptation of insects to insecticides - discussion
  274. Adaptation of insects to insecticides
  275. Acetylene-induced changes in the oxygen diffusion resistance and nitrogenase activity of legume root-nodules
  276. Acetohydroxyacid synthase in a valine-resistant mutant of nicotiana tabacum
  277. The 1st benefactors lecture the fungal mycelium - an historical-perspective
  278. Chromosome doubling in monohaploid and dihaploid potatoes by regeneration from cultured leaf explants
  279. Chromosome variation in wheat plants regenerated from cultured immature embryos
  280. Soil factors affecting the yield of winter wheat: analysis of results from I.C.I. Surveys 1979-80
  281. A winter-wheat crop simulation-model without water or nutrient limitations
  282. Assessing and interpreting the spatial distributions of insect populations
  283. Improved estimation of micro nutrients in hectare plots of the Sonning series
  284. The exploitation of insect communication by man - fact or fantasy?
  285. The elements and frontiers of insect communication
  286. The soil clays of Great Britain: I. England and Wales
  287. A strain of Melissococcus pluton cultivable on chemically defined media
  288. Immunochemical studies on barley seed storage proteins. The specificity of an antibody to 'C' hordein and its reaction with prolamins from other cereals
  289. A general method for the instrumental assessment of the colour of tomato fruit during ripening
  290. Effect of storage conditions on the isolation of fungi from cyst nematode eggs
  291. Yield benefits from the control of rust on spring-sown field beans
  292. Reservoirs for Aphidius ervi Haliday (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae), a polyphagous parasitoid of cereal aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  293. Field estimation of ammonia volatilisation from 15N-labelled urea fertiliser
  294. A machine for the rapid and efficient separation of nematode cysts from dried root debris
  295. Studies on mechanisms of splash dispersal of spores, using Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides spores
  296. Production and pathogenicity to wheat of Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides conidia
  297. Association of a mycoplasma-like organism with broad bean phyllody in the Sudan
  298. Winter mortality, development and reproduction in a field population of Myzus persicae (Sulzer) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in England
  299. A new look at thrips (Thysanoptera) mouthparts, their action and effects of feeding on plant tissue
  300. Factors affecting resistance to insecticides in houseflies, Musca domestica L. III. Relationship between the level of resistance to pyrethroids, control failure in the field and the frequency of gene kdr
  301. Quasi-complete Latin squares: construction and randomization
  302. Conservation of the name Micropolyspora Lechevalier, Solotorovsky, and McDurmont over Faenia Kurup and Agre and designation of Micropolyspora faeni Cross, Maciver, and Lacey as the type species of the genus. Amended request for an opinion
  303. Optimal sampling strategies for mapping soil types. II. Risk functions and sampling intervals
  304. Optimal sampling strategies for mapping soil types. I. Distribution of boundary spacings
  305. Manipulation of key pathways in photorespiration and amino acid metabolism by mutation and selection
  306. The automatic recognition and measurement of soil pore types by image analysis and computer programs
  307. Phytohormone changes during storage root growth in Beta species
  308. Improved control of potato virus Y by mineral oil plus the pyrethroid cypermethrin applied electrostatically
  309. Relative kairomonal activities of 2-acylcyclohexane-1, 3-diones in eliciting ovipostion behavior from parasite Nemeritis canescens (Grav.)
  310. Influence of weather on the water requirements of sugar beet
  311. Pre-drilling land work and yield loss
  312. Rhizomania - measures being taken against this disease threat
  313. Sugar-beet rhizomania : the threat to the English crop and preventive measures being taken
  314. Pest and disease incidence and pesticide usage
  315. Nematodes on sugar beet
  316. Abroad with a nematologist Report of a study tour of European Nematology Centres
  317. Luteovirus interactions between oilseed rape and sugar beet
  318. Differential control of potato cyst-nematodes, Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida by oxamyl and the yields of resistant and susceptible potatoes in treated and untreated soils
  319. Effects of aldicarb and benomyl on nematodes, vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizas and the growth and yield of forage maize
  320. A review of the performance of electrostatically charged rotary atomisers on different crops
  321. Biological effectiveness of electrostatically charged rotary atomisers. III. Trials on arable crops other than cereals, 1982
  322. Biological effectiveness of electrostatically charged rotary atomisers. II. Trials with cereals, 1982
  323. Biological effectiveness of electrostatically charged rotary atomisers. I. Trials on field beans and barley, 1981
  324. Comparison of the effects of aqueous and of prilled urea, used alone or with urease or nitrification inhibitors, with those of ''Nitro-Chalk'' on ryegrass leys
  325. Response of eyespot isolates to MBC and MDPC in culture and in pot experiments
  326. Inorganic sulphur nutrition of the vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus caledonium
  327. Cereal pests: present problems and future prospects
  328. Epidemiology of cereal aphids on winter wheat in Norfolk, 1979iology1981
  329. Purification and properties of 4-methyleneglutaminase from the leaves of peanut (Arachis hypogaea )
  330. The action of 2-amino-4-(methylphosphinyl)-butanoic acid (phosphinothricin) and its 2-oxo-derivative on the metabolism of cyanobacteria and higher plants
  331. An immunological and enzymological survey of asparaginase in seeds of Lupinus
  332. The structure and expression of barley storage protein genes
  333. The secalins of rye; chemistry, genetics, synthesis, deposition and molecular cloning
  334. Rothamsted Insect Survey. 16th annual summary
  335. Synoptic monitoring for migrant insect pests in Great Britain and Western Europe VI: revised nomenclature for aphids and moths, analytical tables for spatial and temporalspecies parameters and light trap sampling site distributions
  336. Cocoa black pod: a reinterpretation
  337. Galactogen, a virus-like particle from slugs
  338. Design and interpretation of nitrogen response experiments
  339. Determining the nitrogen requirements for winter wheat using an experiment of Simplex design
  340. Effects of powdery mildew on grain filling in spring barley in contrasting environments
  341. Development of potato cyst-nematodes in roots of resistant Solanum tuberosum ssp. andigena and S. vernei hybrids
  342. Site-specific yield potentials in relation to fertilizer use
  343. Photoperiodic control of sexual morph production by the currant-sowthistle aphid Hyperomyzus lactucae
  344. Influence of previous legume crops on root diseases in pea and beans
  345. Assessing the need of maincrop potatoes for late nitrogen by using isobutylidene di-urea by injecting nitrification inhibitors with aqueous N fertilizers and by dividing dressings of "Nitro-chalk"
  346. The effects of pH on the release to solution of zinc, copper and nickel from metal-loaded sewage sludges
  347. Genetic adaptation to the environment. The role of plasmids in microbial ecology.
  348. Improved crop plant productivity through genetic manipulation of mycorrhizal fungi
  349. The growth and activity of winter wheat roots in the field: the effect of sowing date and soil type on root growth of high-yielding crops
  350. The growth and activity of winter wheat roots in the field: root growth of high-yielding crops in relation to shoot growth
  351. Negative binomial model for mosquitoes.
  352. A mutragya-felhasznalas es -hatekonysag, valamint a talajtermekenyseg kutatasanak fejlodese.
  353. The physical element in the seed-bed
  354. The distribution of slug damage in a potato crop.
  355. The effect of severity of grazing on milk production of grazing dairy cows
  356. Realising the potential of British grassland
  357. Efficiency of silage systems: a comparison between unwilted and wilted silages
  358. A review of the effects of wilting on the composition and feeding values of silages