1. Rothamsted Soils Division
  2. Oil seed rape and beekeeping
  3. Oilseed rape - a disease threat to sugar beet
  4. Weather and wheat
  5. Spotlight on sugar beet
  6. Genkey - a program for constructing aids to identification
  7. Weed beet the current situation and prospects for 1985
  8. Effect of water activity and temperature on mycotoxin production by Alternaria alternata in culture and on wheat grain.
  9. Effects of crop husbandry and growing conditions on storage losses of Pentland Crown potatoes
  10. Nematophagous fungi and the regulation of nematode populations in soil
  11. Control of bolters in sugar beet by selective applications of glyphosate
  12. Effects of pests and diseases on growth and yield of sugar beet
  13. The beet crop and its environment
  14. Measuring plant growth and structure
  15. Plant growth responses to vesicular‐arbuscular mycorrhiza XV Influence of soil Ph on the symbiotic efficiency of different endophytes
  16. Regulation of sources and sinks in crop plants - proceedings of symposium, BPGRG, University of York, 25 and 26 September 1984
  17. Regulation of juvenile hormone metabolism in the Oleander hawkmoth, Deilephila nerii (L.)
  18. Dhurrin and p-hydroxybenzaldehyde in seedlings of various Sorghum species
  19. Recent trends in lime use and soil pH in England and Wales
  20. A comparative study by electron microscopy of the structures of effective and ineffective nodules ofTrifolium subterraneum induced byRhizobium trifolii andRhizobium leguminosarum
  21. Integrated control of sugar-beet virus yellows: current practices and future prospects
  22. A review of research at Broom's Barn Experimental Station 1979–84
  23. Aphids and their predators
  24. To treat or not to treat - prospects for forecasting soil pest damage
  25. Experiments with sulphur to control sugar beet powdery mildew in England
  26. Fungus diseases of sugar beet a growers guide
  27. Effects of some root-grazing arthropods on the growth of sugar-beet
  28. Occupational allergy to the common house fly (Musca domestica): Use of immunologic response to identify atmospheric allergen
  29. Sugar beet a growers guide - 1985 edition
  30. Some activities of the IIRB Agronomy and Weed Control Study Group
  31. Harvesting sugar beet experiments - field trial and data handling
  32. Measures of Similarity, Dissimilarity and Distance
  33. Acid deposition at Rothamsted, Saxmundham and Woburn, 1969–83
  34. Plant tissue culture technology and crop improvement
  35. Effects of water potential and temperature on the development of eyespot lesions in wheat
  36. Nitrogen concentrations in field-grown spring barley: an examination of the usefulness of expressing concentrations on the basis of tissue water
  37. Gas diffusion in structured materials - the effect of tri-modal pore size distribution
  38. Nesting row-column designs
  39. Traces of 2:1 layer-silicate clays in Oxisols from Brazil, and their significance for potassium nutrition
  40. Problems associated with close sugar beet rotation
  41. Rhizomania - The Dutch approach
  42. Utilisation exploratoire de la geostatistique pour la cartographie du sol dans la foret de Wyre (GB)
  43. A lysimeter study of the fate of nitrogen applied to perennial ryegrass swards: soil analyses and the final balance sheet
  44. Yield and nitrogen-fixation of melilotus-alba
  45. Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal infection in hedysarum-coronarium and onobrychis-viciaefolia - host endophyte specificity
  46. Variation in sow backfat thickness and its effect on productivity
  47. Uses of molecular volume in biochemical pharmacology
  48. Use of fungicides to control chocolate spot (botrytis-fabae) on winter field beans (vicia-faba)
  49. Use of electricity to control bolters in sugar-beet (beta-vulgaris L.) - a comparison of the electrothermal with chemical and mechanical cutting methods
  50. Transmission of potato virus-y by cereal aphids
  51. Synthesis of kairomonal 2-acylcyclohexane-1,3-dione components of larval mandibular glands of Ephestia kuehniella
  52. Synthesis and crystal-structure of a complex between lanthanum nitrate and a bicyclic polyether
  53. A survey of the development and environmental chemistry of pyrethroids
  54. Survey of benomyl resistance in "pseudocercosporella-herpotrichoides on winter-wheat and barley in England and Wales in 1983
  55. Studies on beet western yellows virus in oilseed rape (brassica-napus ssp oleifera) and sugar-beet (beta-vulgaris)
  56. Studies of elemental composition as a biological marker in insects. II. The elemental composition of apterae of Rhopalosiphum padi (L.) and Metopolophium dirhodum (Walker) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) from different soils and host-plants
  57. Structure-activity-relationships in non-ester pyrethroids
  58. Structure of the hydrated complex between lanthanum chloride and 1,5,12,16,23,26,29,32-octaoxa 103,14 5.5 orthocyclophane, c24h30o8.Laclx(oh)3-x.Yh2o
  59. The strain specificity of vaccination with ultra-violet attenuated cercariae of the chinese strain of schistosoma-japonicum
  60. Stem canker (rhizoctonia-solani) of maincrop potatoes .2. Effects on growth and yield
  61. Stem canker (rhizoctonia-solani) of maincrop potatoes .1. Development of the disease
  62. Southwest England grassland survey 1983 .2. Trends in cropping pattern, reseeding and sward composition 1970-83
  63. Southwest England grassland survey 1983 .1. Age structure and sward composition of permanent and arable grassland and their relation to manageability, fertilizer nitrogen and other management features
  64. Some applications of nuclear magnetic-resonance spectroscopy in soil science
  65. Somaclonal variation in the gliadin patterns of grains of regenerated wheat plants
  66. Soil-borne transmission of cavity spot of carrots, grown in north lincolnshire for processing
  67. Soil science in a changing world
  68. Short tandem repeats shared by b-hordein and c-hordein cdnas suggest a common evolutionary origin for 2 groups of cereal storage protein genes
  69. Samples used for interlaboratory studies of methods for pesticide-residues analysis in foodstuffs
  70. Ring oxygenated indole glucosinolates of brassica species
  71. Rhodesia zimbabwe - a bibliographic guide to the nationalist period - doro,me
  72. Review of methods for the determination of ethylenethiourea (imidazolidine-2-thione) residues
  73. The relevance of resistance in the study of the insecticidal activity of pyrethroids
  74. Agriculture group symposium sulphur in crop nutrition: The relationship between nitrogen and sulfur nutrition of wheat, grain protein-composition and baking quality
  75. The relationship between brown and corky root-rot caused by pyrenochaeta-lycopersici and yield loss in tomatoes established by the use of artificially infested soils
  76. Regulation of storage protein-synthesis by sulfur and nitrogen nutrition in cultured immature caryopses of barley
  77. Reflections on the discovery of acarapis-woodi in the United-States
  78. Reduction of nitrate prior to Kjeldahl digestion
  79. Purine metabolism in barley powdery mildew and its host
  80. Purification and partial characterization of beet mild yellowing virus and its serological detection in plants and aphids
  81. Production of feed protein from animal waste by earthworms
  82. Production of behaviour-controlling chemicals by crop plants
  83. Preparation and properties of cis-[W(N2)2(Ph2PCH2PPh2)2] and trans-[M(N2)2(Ph2PCH[double bond, length half m-dash]CHPPh2)2](M = Mo or W), and the crystal structure of cis-[W(N2)2(PMe2Ph)4]
  84. Prediction of optimum spraying dates against pea moth, cydia-nigricana (f), using pheromone traps and temperature-measurements
  85. The potential value of British wild solanum spp as trap crops for potato cyst-nematodes, globodera-rostochiensis and globodera-pallida
  86. Porosity aspects of the regeneration of soil structure after compaction
  87. The pollination of swede rape (brassica-napus l)
  88. Plant genetics - transformation of cereal crops by direct gene-transfer
  89. Physical-properties and environmental behavior of pyrethroids
  90. Phoma and other fungi on beet seed
  91. The pattern and speed of displacement of females of simulium-damnosum theobald si (diptera, simuliidae) across the onchocerciasis control program area of west-africa in 1977 and 1978
  92. Parochial, visionary and factual thinking on the origins of life
  93. An oviposition attractant pheromone in culex-quinquefasciatus say (diptera, culicidae)
  94. Organo-phosphorus sulfides, sulfoxides and sulfones .2. Characterization by gas-chromatography - mass-spectrometry
  95. On maximum-likelihood estimation in sparse contingency-tables - comment
  96. Numerical classification of actinomadura and nocardiopsis
  97. Nucleotide-sequence of a b1-hordein gene and the identification of possible upstream regulatory elements in endosperm storage protein genes from barley, wheat and maize
  98. A note on loosely balanced incomplete block-designs - response
  99. Nodulated legumes grown in n-2-free atmospheres
  100. Nitrogen-fixation
  101. Nitrification in acid tea soils and a neutral grassland soil: Effects of nitrification inhibitors and inorganic salts
  102. New techniques for analysis of N-15 in crops and soils
  103. Nature of the activation and active-site of ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase from the electron-paramagnetic-resonance transition-state enzyme-mn mn complexes
  104. Mycoplasma-like organisms in clove trees affected by sudden-death disease in Zanzibar and Pemba
  105. Molecular-weights of glycollate oxidase from C-3 and C-4 plants determined during early stages of purification
  106. Modification of heavy mineral assemblages in English coversands by acid pedochemical weathering
  107. Microbial biomass and activity measurements in soil
  108. A method for the analysis of the metal content of soils using strong acid digestion and inductively coupled plasma spectrometry
  109. The measurement of N-15 in soil and plant-material
  110. The localization of oat (avena-sativa l) seed globulins in protein bodies
  111. Interactions between field, and storage fungi on wheat-grain
  112. The influence on activity of replacing hydrogen with fluorine in some insect pheromones
  113. The influence of fluorine substituents on the biological-activity of pyrethroids
  114. The influence of complex-formation on trace-element uptake by plants
  115. Influence of age of roots on the pattern of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal infection in leek and clover
  116. Infection of protoplasts derived from potato shoot cultures with potato virus-X
  117. The impact of a range of pesticide treatments on newly sown italian ryegrass (lolium-multiflorum) and on fruit-fly (oscinella spp) infestation
  118. Germination and hyphal growth of glomus-caledonicum on water agar containing benomyl
  119. Further-studies on resistance-breaking strains of potato virus-x
  120. Fibrous root-growth and water-use of sugar-beet
  121. Faster methods of liquid-phase acetone replacement of water from soils and sediments prior to resin impregnation
  122. Factors affecting the development of eyespot (pseudocercosporella-herpotrichoides) lesions in wheat
  123. Factors affecting resistance to insecticides in house-flies, musca-domestica l (diptera, muscidae) .4. The population biology of flies on animal farms in southeastern England and its implications for the management of resistance
  124. Extracted leaf protein in British agriculture
  125. The extent and efficacy of granular pesticide usage to control ectoparasitic nematodes on sugar-beet
  126. An evaluation of skew sensitivity of 33 plate bending elements in 19 FEM systems
  127. Estimation of iron-oxides in soil clays by profile refinement combined with differential X-ray-diffraction
  128. Establishment and yield of 3 ryegrasses following aldicarb use, and changes in abundance of plant parasitic nematodes
  129. Equilibria and kinetics of potassium-calcium exchange in aluminosilicate minerals and soils
  130. Electrophoretic study of enzymes from cereal aphid populations. III. Spatial and temporal genetic variation of populations of Sitobion avenae (F.) (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  131. Effects of temperature on the development of liriomyza-trifolii (burgess) (diptera, agromyzidae)
  132. Effects of storage and pesticide treatments on honey bee brain acetyl cholinesterase activities
  133. The effects of pesticides and crop-rotation on the soil-inhabiting fauna of sugar-beet fields .1. The crop and macroinvertebrates
  134. Effects of pesticide combinations on the herbage yield of permanent pasture in England and Wales
  135. Effects of farrowing crate design and floor type on pig performance and leg and teat damage
  136. The effects of distribution of 2 soil-incorporated fungicides on control of take-all (gaeumannomyces-graminis var tritici) in wheat
  137. Effects of CO2 enrichment at different irradiances on growth and yield of wheat .2. Effects on kleiber spring wheat treated from anthesis in controlled environments in relation to effects on photosynthesis and photorespiration
  138. Effects of CO2 enrichment at different irradiances on growth and yield of wheat .1. Effects of cultivar and of duration of CO2 enrichment
  139. Effect on white clover establishment of carbofuran or aldicarb
  140. The effect of resistant cultivars of catch crops on the hatching of heterodera-schachtii
  141. The effect of nutrient solution composition on the length of root hairs of wheat (triticum-aestivum l)
  142. Dystocia in friesian-holstein dairy heifers
  143. Didymella-exitialis and late summer asthma
  144. The detection of pr (b) protein and tmv by elisa in systemic and localized virus-infections of tobacco
  145. Detection of 2 viruses infecting narcissus by enzyme-linked immunosorbent-assay
  146. Description of soil thin-sections - an international comparison
  147. Decreased severity of flea beetle damage to sugar-beet seedlings associated with experimental insecticide treatments incorporated in pelleted sugar-beet seed
  148. Cyst nematode identification using a computer
  149. Coordination of alkali-metals by open-chain polyethers in transition-metal complexes .4. Variation in alkali-metal ion selectivity in cobalt and zinc-complexes of 1-(ortho-carboxymethoxyphenoxy)-2-(ortho-hydroxyphenoxy)ethane (hl) and the X-ray and molecular structure-closed-integral of zn(nh4l2)2
  150. Control of storage protein-synthesis in cereals by sulfur availability and its relationship to grain quality
  151. Control of potato cyst-nematode, globodera-rostochiensis, and root-knot nematode, meloidogyne-incognita, by organosphosphorus, carbamate, benzimidazole and other compounds
  152. Control of pests and pathogens of spring-sown field beans (Vicia faba L.)
  153. A conformational study of a glutamine-rich and proline-rich cereal seed protein, c-hordein
  154. The conformation of wheat gluten proteins - the secondary structures and thermal stabilities of alpha-gliadins,beta-gliadins,gamma-gliadins and omega-gliadins
  155. A conditional-lethal molybdopterin-defective mutant of barley
  156. Concepts of solute leaching in soils - a review of modeling approaches
  157. Comparison of soil solution and chemical extractants to estimate metal availability to plants
  158. A comparison of fungicide seed treatments to improve sugar-beet seedling establishment
  159. Comments on the importance of green vegetables
  160. Cobbett, William - politician and soil scientist
  161. Characterization of wheat eyespot populations before development of fungicide resistance
  162. Characterization of the resistance to oxygen diffusion in legume nodules
  163. Characterization of hydrograph recessions of land drains
  164. Changes in the levels of wheat-germ and barley-germ agglutinin during embryogenesis invivo, invitro and during germination
  165. Can pyrethroids meet the challenge of resistance
  166. A c-13 cross-polarisation magic-angle-spinning nuclear magnetic-resonance study of some well characterized crown ethers and their complexes
  167. Biochemical and serological characterization of b-proteins from nicotiana species
  168. Baseline responses of United-Kingdom field populations of macrosiphum-euphorbiae (thomas) and brevicoryne-brassicae (l) (hemiptera, aphididae) to demeton-s-methyl
  169. The assessment of the quality of sugar-beet seed
  170. Assessment of resistance of commercial varieties of winter-wheat to cereal aphids
  171. Assessing fungicides as potato seed tuber treatments for controlling stem canker and black scurf
  172. Assessing fungicides as potato seed tuber treatments for controlling silver scurf in stored tubers
  173. Annual and diurnal-variations in soil temperatures at Kew, Great-Britain
  174. An analysis of the effect of the vertical fissuring in mole-drained soils on drain performances
  175. An analysis of leaf growth in sugar-beet .1. Leaf appearance and expansion in relation to temperature under controlled conditions
  176. Adaptation of worker honeybees (apis-mellifera) to their alarm pheromones
  177. 2,3,3a,4,5,8-hexachloro-3a,6,7,7a-tetrahydro-1,6-methano-1h-indene (gamma-chlordene), c10h6cl6
  178. Shoot formation from explant cultures of fourteen potato cultivars and studies of the cytology and morphology of regenerated plants
  179. Agriculture Group Symposium. Potential Impact of Biotechnology upon Agriculture: Novel Ways of Manipulating Plants
  180. Karyotypic changes in potato plants regenerated from protoplasts
  181. Cell culture, somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in wheat, barley, oats, rye and triticale
  182. Interactions between fertilizer nitrogen and soil nitrogen — the so-called ‘priming’ effect
  183. Some factors limiting the growth and yield of winter-wheat and their variation in 2 seasons
  184. Cereal tissue and cell culture
  185. Interactions of carbon dioxide and oxygen on D-ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylation
  186. Review of the relationship between chemical deposits achieved with electrostatically charged rotary atomisers and their biological effects
  187. A device for simultaneously homogenizing numbers of individual small insects for electrophoresis
  188. Studies of elemental composition as a biological marker in insects. III Comparison of apterous and alate cereal aphids, especially Rhopalosiphum padi (L.) (Hemiptera: Aphididae), from oats and wheat, and from oats infected with or free from barley yellow dwarf virus
  189. Studies of the pathogenicity of a cytoplasmic polyhedrosis virus isolated from Noctua pronuba (L.) (Lepid., Noctuidae)
  190. Transformations of nitrogen fertilizers in soil
  191. Leaf growth and water deficits: biochemistry in relation to biophysics
  192. Plant growth responses to vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza XV. Influence of soil pH on the symbiotic efficiency of different endophytes
  193. A comparison between the diffusivity of gases in soil cores and in soil aggregates
  194. Relationships between the multiplication of chronic bee-paralysis virus and its associate particle
  195. Cold tolerance of hatched and unhatched second stage juveniles of the potato cyst-nematode Globodera rostochiensis
  196. Epidemiology and control of chocolate spot (Botrytis fabae ) on winter field beans (Vicia faba )
  197. Water uptake and morphological changes during recovery from anabiosis in the plant-parasitic nematode, Ditylenchus dipsaci
  198. Electrophoretic study of enzymes from cereal aphid populations. 4. Detection of hidden genetic variation within populations of the grain aphid, Sitobion avenae (F.) (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  199. Ades: new ecological families of species-specific frequency distributions that describe repeated spatial samples with an intrinsic power-law variance-mean property
  200. Nesting and crossing in design
  201. Partially balanced designs
  202. A simple drainage equation for predicting water-table drawdowns
  203. Polymorphism at the Hor 1 locus of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
  204. Gust penetration into plant canopies
  205. Absolute configuration of mosquito oviposition attractant pheromone, 6-acetoxy-5-hexadecanolide
  206. Dispersal of Septoria nodorum pycnidiospores by simulated rain and wind
  207. Gibellina cerealis , an unusual pathogen of wheat
  208. Nitrogen fixation in the rhizosphere: significance in natural and agricultural systems
  209. Properties of Euclidean and non-Euclidean distance matrices
  210. A simplified slice method for assessing tuber susceptibility of potato cultivars to Erwinia carotovora subsp. atroseptica
  211. Dispersal of Septoria nodorum pycnidiospores by simulated raindrops in still air
  212. Vertical distribution of Pratylenchus neglectus, P. crenatus and Tylenchorynchus dubius associated with maize roots and the effect of aldicarb residues
  213. Rothamsted Experimental Station: new prospects for crop protection
  214. The effects of mixing Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) with perennial ryegrass (L. perenne) or red clover (Trifolium pratense) on the incidence of viruses
  215. Molecular evolution of the seed storage proteins of barley, rye and wheat
  216. Quantitative spatial analysis of soil in the field
  217. Zero entries in contingency tables
  218. Chromosomal location of the structural genes for the Mr 75,000 γ-secalins in Secale montanum Guss: evidence for a translocation involving chromosomes 2R and 6R in cultivated rye (Secale cereale L.)
  219. Salt-stimulated ATPase and PPase activities associated with vacuoles from higher plants
  220. On the causes and origins of somaclonal variation
  221. Structure and evolution of seed storage proteins and their genes with particular reference to those of wheat, barley, and rye
  222. Specificity of an antibody to a subunit of high-molecular-weight storage protein from wheat seed and its reaction with other cereal storage proteins (prolamins)
  223. Orientation of male pea moth, Cydia nigricana , to pheromone traps in a wheat crop
  224. The effect of different rearing systems on the devlopemnt of calf behaviour
  225. A simple method for determining the boundary layer resistance in leaf cuvettes
  226. Pathogenicity of Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides isolates to wheat seedlings and adult plants
  227. Variation in estimates of molecular weights of cereal prolamins by SDS-PAGE
  228. An analysis of leaf growth in sugar beet. III. Leaf expansion in field crops
  229. An analysis of leaf growth in sugar beet. II. Leaf appearance in field crops
  230. Natural soil acidity
  231. Thermoluminescence dating of soils developed in Late Devensian loess at Pegwell Bay, Kent
  232. Soil particle size distribution and mineralogy as indicators of pedogenic and geomorphic history: examples from the loessial soils of England and Wales
  233. Chloroform fumigation and the release of soil nitrogen: the effects of fumigation time and temperature
  234. Chloroform fumigation and the release of soil nitrogen: a rapid direct extraction method to measure microbial biomass nitrogen in soil
  235. Soil nutrients and take-all
  236. The effect of post-inoculation treatment with mineral oil on TMV multiplication in tobacco leaves and protoplasts
  237. A note on loosely balanced incomplete block designs
  238. Identification of gamma-type hordeins in barley
  239. Planning of field experiments using a microcomputer
  240. Some effects of different rearing systems on health, cleanliness and injury in calves
  241. An analysis of leaf growth in sugar beet. IV. The expansion of the leaf canopy in relation to temperature and nitrogen
  242. Repelling foraging honeybees with alarm pheromones
  243. Co-evolution of potato cyst nematodes and their hosts: implications for pathotypes and resistance
  244. Modelling multigenic resistance to potato cyst nematodes
  245. Acute paralysis virus isolates from honeybee colonies infested with Varroa jacobsoni
  246. Uptake of labelled nitrate by roots of winter barley on a direct-drilled or ploughed silt loam soil
  247. Tests of amounts and times of application of nitrogen and of sequential sprays of aphicide and fungicides on winter wheat, following either beans or wheat, and the effects of take-all (Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici ), on two varieties at Saxmundham, Suffolk 1980-3
  248. Stimulation of ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase activity by inorganic orthophosphate without an increase in bound activating CO2: co-operativity between the subunits of the enzyme
  249. Crop nutrients: control and efficiency of use
  250. Directed electrofusion between protoplasts with different responses in a mass fusion system
  251. Fusion characteristics of plant protoplasts in electric fields
  252. The potential use of novel techniques in plant breeding
  253. Restricted randomization versus blocking
  254. Expression of shoot-inducing Ti TL-DNA in differentiated tissues of potato (Solanum tuberosum cv Maris Bard)
  255. Studies of elemental composition as a biological marker in insects. IV. The influence of soil type and host-plant on elemental composition of Agrotis segetum (Denis and Schiffermuller) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
  256. 13C-n.m.r study of C hordein
  257. Simulation modelling of the population dynamics of cereal aphids
  258. Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae of winter and spring cereals
  259. Effects of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal infection in first, second and third cereal crops
  260. Book review: Rao, P.S.R.S and Sedransk J. W.G Cochran's Impact on Statistics, Wiley, 1984
  261. The Royal Entomological Society of London
  262. A simplified method for the extraction of the metals Fe, Zn, Cu, Ni, Cd, Pb, Cr, Co and Mn from soils and sewage sludges
  263. Properties of three sets of isoenzymes of alcohol dehydrogenase isolated from barley (Hordeum vulgare)
  264. The regulation of the biosynthesis of glutathione in leaves of barley (Hordeum vulgare L. )
  265. Entomophthora brevinucleata Sp. Nov [Zygomycetes Entomophthoraceae], a pathogen of gall midges [Dip.: Cecidomyiidae]
  266. Aphid-control advice to farmers and the use of aphid-monitoring data
  267. A comparison of the external morphology of "scent plaques" on the hind tibiae of oviparous aphids (Homoptera: Aphididae)
  268. Effects of pirimicarb, dimethoate and benomyl on natural enemies of cereal aphids in winter wheat
  269. Improving the amino acid content of cereal grains
  270. The influence of weeds on polyphagous arthropod predators in winter wheat
  271. A female sex-pheromone in the pea midge, Contarinia pisi
  272. Egg-shell calcium and the hatching of Globodera rostochiensis
  273. The nucleotide sequence of a HMW glutenin subunit gene located on chromosome 1A of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
  274. 13C Solid state nuclear magnetic resonance study of wheat gluten
  275. Applications of genetic engineering to agriculture
  276. Comment on the rejoinder by M. B. Brown and C. Fuchs
  277. The negative binomial distribution
  278. Further comment on M. B. Brown and C. Fuchs "On maximum likelihood estimation in sparse contingency tables"
  279. Thermoluminescence dating of Dimlington stadial deposits in eastern England
  280. Soils and quaternary stratigraphy in the United Kingdom
  281. Examination of the staple and effective land equivalent ratios
  282. Factorial design and Abelian groups
  283. Effects of nitrification inhibitors on uptakes of mineralised nitrogen and on yields of winter cereals grown on sandy soil after ploughing old grassland
  284. Effects of Globodera rostochiensis, water stress and exogenous abscisic acid on stomatal function and water use of Cara and Pentland Dell potato plants
  285. Spore deposition velocities measured over a barley crop
  286. Interference between plots in experiments with plant pathogens
  287. The field susceptibility of potato varieties to blackleg caused by Erwinia carotovora subsp. atroseptica
  288. Role of wind and rain in dispersal of Botrytis fabae conidia
  289. The persistence of infectivity of conidia of the aphid pathogen Erynia neophidis on leaves in the field
  290. The use of pheromones to control honeybee colony behaviour in the tropics
  291. Improved hyphal growth of two species of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in the presence of suspension-cultured plant cells
  292. Foliar sprays against potato common scab: compounds related to 3,5-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid
  293. Changes in cell structure in roots of resistant potatoes parasitized by potato cyst-nematodes. I Potatoes with resistance gene H1 derived from Solanum tuberosum ssp. andigena
  294. Developments in soil erosion and deposition models
  295. A novel containment system for laboratory scale solid particulate fermentations
  296. The effect of pH on the uptake of zinc, copper and nickel from chloride solutions by an uncontaminated sewage sludge
  297. Sampling potatoes for the incidence of tuber diseases and the levels of inoculum
  298. An international standard for the synoptic monitoring and dynamic mapping of migrant pest aphid populations.
  299. Colonisation of Pisum sativum and Phaseolus vulgaris by Pratylenchus penetrans in sterile media.
  300. Chemical analyses of rain and drain-water
  301. Genetic manipulation in cultivars of oilseed rape (Brassica napus) using Agrobacterium
  302. Genetic modification of potato development using Ri T-DNA
  303. T-DNA genes to study plant development: precocious tuberisation and enhanced cytokinins in A. tumefaciens transformed potato.
  304. Mineralization of dicyandiamide, labelled with 15N, in acid soils
  305. Effects of the carbamoyloxime, aldicarb, on the ultrastructure of the root-lesion nematode, Pratylenchus penetrans (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae)
  306. Transposon mutagenesis of Rhizobium using a derivitive of Tn5 conferring gentamicin and spectinomycin resistance.
  307. The role of egg-shell calcium in the hatching of Heterodera schachtii .
  308. The effect of delayed emergence on infectivity of juveniles of the potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis .
  309. Pesquisas dos fatores que limitam os rendimentos e sua importancia no desenvolvimento de sistemas agricolas.
  310. The effects of mutant high lysine genes on the amount and composition of hordein.
  311. The isolation and characterisation of photorespiratory mutants of barley Hordeum vulgare L. cv. Maris pink.
  312. Balance, orthogonality and efficiency factors in factorial design.
  313. Soil microbiology and the improvement of plant growth.
  314. The role of a simulation model in understanding the behaviour of male pea moths attracted to pheromone traps.
  315. Preliminary screening of oilseed rape for beet cyst nematode resistance
  316. Comparison of autumn and spring applications of oxamyl to winter oilseed rape cv. Bienvenu infected by brassica cyst nematode
  317. Preliminary screening of oilseed rape for brassica cyst nematode resistance
  318. Functional and evolutionary implications of the anterior sensory anatomy of species of root-lesion nematode (genus Pratylenchus ).
  319. The significance of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase in determining the effects of the environment on photosynthesis and photorespiration.
  320. Influence of virgin queen honeybees (Apis mellifera ) on queen rearing and foraging.
  321. The Beta-Turn conformation in wheat gluten proteins: relationship to gluten elasticity.
  322. The nitrogen nutrition of sugar beet - The background to the requirement for sugar yield and amino-N accumulation.
  323. The effects of increasing yields on the macro- and microelement concentrations and offtakes in the grain of winter wheat.
  324. A simple method for combining soil properties that show variability.
  325. Control of some insect-borne plant viruses with the pyrethroid PP321 (Karate) .
  326. The nature, origin and distribution of Quaternary brickearth soils in South Hampshire
  327. Construction of dispersal models
  328. Paracystola acroxantha Meyrick (Lep: Oechoporidae) at Camborne, Cornwall.
  329. Late capture of Chloroclystis chloerata Mab. (Sloe Pug).
  330. Deileptenia ribeata (Satin Beauty) at Blairgowrie, Perthshire.
  331. Genstat by post.
  332. A Genstat analysis for intercropping stability.
  333. The effect of straw incorporation on the uptake of nitrogen by winter wheat.
  334. Phloem translocation of foliar-applied oxamyl and its role in plant protection.
  335. Limitations to photosynthesis associated with photorespiration in wheat leaves. PhD thesis, University of York
  336. White clover agronomy: responses to grazing management
  337. The effects of stocking rate and nitrogen fertilizer on a perennial ryegrass-white clover sward. 2. Subsequent sward and sheep performance
  338. The effects of stocking rate and nitrogen fertilizer on a perennial ryegrass-white clover sward. 1. Sward and sheep performance
  339. The effects of grazing management strategy on milk production of grazing dairy cows
  340. The effect of silage quality and level of concentrate on the dry matter intake and milk production of British Friesian heifers
  341. The effect of nitrogenous fertilizer on photosynthesis and growth of white clover in mixed swards
  342. The effect of cutting for conservation on a grazed perennial ryegrass-white clover pasture
  343. Possibilities for change in the intensity and pattern of agricultural production
  344. Opportunities for cost reduction in grass and forage production
  345. Meat from clover
  346. Leys?
  347. Concluding remarks