1988

  1. Some effects of annual applications of three growth-retarding compounds on the composition and growth of a pasture sward
  2. Variability in the relationship between crop yield and weed density for winter wheat and Bromus sterilis
  3. Phosphate influx and extracellular phosphatase-activity in barley roots and rose cells
  4. Effects of simulated acid rain on leaf wettability, rain retention and uptake of some inorganic ions
  5. Field-scale estimates of grass weed populations in arable land
  6. Growth of tomato plants following exposure to fluroxypyr vapor
  7. Misinterpretations of results in weed research through inappropriate use of statistics
  8. Differences in the extent of fungal development, host cell necrosis and symptom expression during race cultivar interactions between Phaseolus vulgaris and Colletotrichum lindemuthianum
  9. Adsorption and partial deactivation of chlorotoluron by burnt straw residues
  10. A review of the activity, fate and mode of action of sulfonylurea herbicides
  11. Factors influencing entry of pesticides into soil water
  12. Families of distributions for repeated samples of animal counts - rejoinder
  13. Control of Galium aparine (cleavers) in winter cereals with mecoprop alone or with ioxynil plus bromoxynil
  14. CP46 Cider and juice apples: growing and processing
  15. The 15th Congress of the Scandinavian Society for Plant Physiology (Abstracts). Variation in chromosome-number in somatic hybrids of dihaploid potato solanum tuberosum and solanum brevidens
  16. Weeds, pests and diseases. Summary and conclusions
  17. Potato cyst nematodes in Portugal.
  18. Effects of weather on the vectors.
  19. Control by cultural methods.
  20. Chemical control.
  21. Control.
  22. Vector-virus relationships.
  23. Biological control.
  24. Vectors and virus transmission.
  25. Incidence.
  26. Several aphid alarm pheromone analogues possessing biological activity.
  27. Quantification of three vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal FUNGI (Glomus spp. in roots of leek (Allium porrum ) on the basis of activity of diagnostic enzymes after polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.
  28. Factors controlling the vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) infection of roots.
  29. Primarily infected potato plants as sources of potato virus Y.
  30. X-ray and neutron diffraction.
  31. The use of the scanning electron microscope for the identification of nematodes.
  32. Recombination within the Hor 2 locus of barley.
  33. Structural and molecular analyses of wheat proteins that determine breadmaking quality.
  34. The incidence of acute paralysis virus in adult honeybee and mite populations.
  35. A bioassay method for detecting Heterodera schachtii infestations.
  36. The pollination of linseed and flax.
  37. The impact of secondary infections in honeybee colonies infested with the parasitic mite Varroa jacobsoni .
  38. Association de Varroa jacobsoni avec les maladies a virus des abeilles.
  39. Using monoclonal antibodies for intraspecific identification of Ditylenchus dipsaci .
  40. The response of oesophageal glands of Globodera rostochiensis prior to hatching.
  41. Field release of rhizobia marked with a transposon.
  42. Leaching of nitrogen under autumn-sown crops and the effects of tillage
  43. Changing straw disposal practices .
  44. Straw disposal.
  45. Assessing the risks involved in the release of genetically manipulated microorganisms.
  46. Comparison of late Sym genes in Rhizobium species and construction of improved strains.
  47. The prediction of field toxicity of chemicals to earthworms by laboratory methods.
  48. Water availability and the occurrence of toxigenic fungi and mycotoxins in stored products.
  49. Rothamsted and the nitrogen story.
  50. Gaseous losses of nitrogen.
  51. The effect of seedbed cultivation on seed placement and seedbed environment.
  52. The use of chloride-sensitive fluorescent probe to measure chloride transport in isolated tonoplast vesicles.
  53. Ecological determinants of mould growth in stored grain.
  54. H+ -ATPase from vacuolar membranes of higher plants.
  55. New insecticides for sugar beet seed.
  56. Seed advancement and the potential for greater sowing date flexibility.
  57. Where do bolters come from?
  58. A census of seedling establishment in sugar-beet crops.
  59. A survey of seedling establishment in sugar-beet crops in 1980 and 1981.
  60. Analysis of possible quality-related sequence variations in the 1D glutenin high molecular weight subunit genes of wheat.
  61. Structure and analysis of the high molecular weight glutenin genes from Triticum aestivum L. cv Cheyenne.
  62. The structure and expression of genes encoding the high molecular weight (HMW) subunits of wheat glutenin.
  63. Changes in cuticular permeability associated with recovery from anhydrobiosis in the plant parasitic nematode, Ditylenchus dipsaci .
  64. Courgette marrows for the mass culture of some nematodes.
  65. N-terminal amino acid sequences show that D hordein of barley and high molecular weight (HMW) secalins of rye are homologous with HMW glutenin subunits of wheat.
  66. Scientific societies : competition and aggression.
  67. Quantitative and rapid estimation of H+ fluxes in membrane vesicles. Software for analysis of fluorescence quenching and relaxation.
  68. Establishment and early growth.
  69. Diseases.
  70. Introduction.
  71. Scheduling irrigation for sugar beet.
  72. Thiram steep seed treatment to control Phoma betae and improve establishment of the sugar-beet plant stand.
  73. Irrigation of sugar beet: the main effects.
  74. Rational pesticide use in sugar beet.
  75. Aphid control in sugar beet.
  76. The prevalence of pathogens in honeybee (Apis mellifera ) colonies infested with the parasite mite Varroa jacobsoni .
  77. Direct gene transfer into plant protoplasts.
  78. Fungal and actinomycete spores as pollutants of the workplace and occupational allergens.
  79. Molecular evidence that insecticide resistance in peach-potato aphids (Myzus persicae Sulz.) results from amplification of an esterase gene.
  80. The biology and control of cereal aphids.
  81. Observations on the effects of an autumn application of a pyrethroid insecticide on non-target predatory species in winter cereals.
  82. Mycotoxin formation by Aspergillus flavus and Fusarium graminearum in irradiated maize grains in the presence of other fungi.
  83. The serological relationships and some other properties of isolates of broad bean wilt virus from faba bean and pea in China.
  84. Popularising unconventional foods.
  85. The effects of pests and diseases on grasses.
  86. Engineering somatic hybrid potatoes.
  87. The association and partial characterisation of a fluorescent hypersensitive response of potato roots to the potato cyst nematodes Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida .
  88. The amino acid sequence of a cereal Bowman-Birk type trypsin inhibitor from seeds of Job's tears (Coix lachryma-jobi L.)
  89. Spontaneous loss and reselection of resistance in extremely resistant Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  90. Understanding wheat gluten structure and functionality.
  91. Genstat 5 introductory course notes.
  92. Data recording for agroforestry experiments.
  93. The use of single, spaced potato plants to assess their tolerance of damage by potato cyst nematodes.
  94. CUED 147/88 User guide: Scientex to Wordstar conversion.
  95. CUED 146/88 User guide: setting up printers on the IBM PC.
  96. CUED 145/88 User guide: output to Postscript laser printers from IBM PC.
  97. CUED 144/88 System administration guide: X25 and Colour Book software on Sun server.
  98. CUED 143/88 User guide: Sun links with AGRENET.
  99. CUED 137/88 User guide: FrameMaker.
  100. CUED 135/88 User guide: IBM PC Ethernet link to Sun network.
  101. CUED 134/88 User guide: Sun systems NAG library Mk12
  102. CUED 133/88 User guide: NAG Fortran graphical supplement Mk2.
  103. CUED 132/88 User guide: Sun printers and their use.
  104. CUED 129/88 Database file structure
  105. CUED 150/88 A user's guide to the database Seeds.
  106. CUED 148/88 A user's guide to Pestore and Pestdata.
  107. CUED 141/88 User guide: Protel.
  108. Electronic rain detector for use with greenhouse Envirocon system.
  109. CUED 140/88 User guide: crop protection technology guide.
  110. CUED 136/88 Communicating between PCs and VAX systems, Kermit-MS 2.29 user guide.
  111. CUED 131/88 Installation guide: Scientex with a Winchester disc.
  112. CUED 139/88 Operation guide: delta logger.
  113. CUED 138/88 Mobile shelter controller - operating guide.
  114. CUED 142/88 User guide: use of the line faults database.
  115. CUED 149/88 User guide: instructions for the use of the LKB laser densitometer.
  116. Mr=16,000 proteolipid of tonoplast H+-ATPase.
  117. Inhibition of tonoplast H+-pyrophosphatase by calcium.
  118. Stoichiometry of H+/Ca2+ antiport at the tonoplast is consistent with energized transport of Ca2+ into the vacuole.
  119. The proteolipid subunit of the tonoplast H+-ATPase: structure/function relations and prospects.
  120. Structure and function of higher plant vacuolar H+ pumps.
  121. Transfer of disease resistance in potato through asymmetric hybridization.
  122. Restriction fragment analysis to assess stability of potato in vitro .
  123. Chromosome number and parental nuclear and chloroplast DNA contributions in somatic hybrids of dihaploid S. tuberosum and S. brevidens .
  124. Variation in chromosome number in somatic hybrids of diploid potato (Solanum tuberosum and S. brevidens ).
  125. Morphogenesis in protoplast-derived callus of wheat.
  126. Chromosome variation in dividing protoplasts and cell suspensions of wheat.
  127. Cis and trans-acting elements involved in cell-type specific gene expression within the barley endosperm.
  128. The Bradford method for protein quantitation.
  129. Immunodetection of proteins on "Western" blots using 125I-labeled protein A.
  130. Purification of immunoglobulins using protein A-Sepharose.
  131. Potato transformed with promoter mutants of T-cyt.
  132. Ri T-DNA genes in potato.
  133. Transformation in potato.
  134. Structure and expression of patatin class II genes in potato.
  135. Genetic engineering in potato.
  136. Plant parasitic nematode identification using isoelectric focusing.
  137. Molecular characterisation of somatic hybrids of Solanum tuberosum and S. brevidens.
  138. Courgette marrows (squash) for the mass culture of some nematodes.
  139. Dimorphic females in Hexatylus .
  140. Barley yellow mosaic virus (BaYMV): transmission, diagnosis and properties of UK strains.
  141. Phenotypic variation in the Sumatra disease bacterium and its identification as a pseudomonad.
  142. The production of monoclonal antibodies to the Sumatra disease bacterium.
  143. Photosynthetic regulation and temperature.
  144. Comparative field experiments with field crops. 2nd ed.
  145. A Rothamsted view of nitrogen management.
  146. Hybridization in situ of genomic clones to barley chromosomes.
  147. Evidence for semiochemicals affecting the reproductive behaviour of the aphid parasitoids Aphidius rhopalosiphi De Srefani-Perez and Praon volucre Haliday (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae) - a contribution towards integrated pest management in cereals. PhD thesis, Universitat Hohenheim
  148. Somatic hybridization of potato ( Solanum tuberosum L. )
  149. Factors controlling differential expression of glutamine synthetase genes in nodular roots and leaves of Phaseolus vulgaris L.
  150. Fungal parasites of cyst nematodes.
  151. Comparison of the specific activity of ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase-oxygenase from some C3 and C4 plants
  152. Molecular characterisation of four forms of phosphofructokinase purified from potato tuber.
  153. Similarities between sweet protein thaumatin and a pathogenisis-related protein from tobacco
  154. The long-term effects of nitrogen fertilisers.
  155. A comparison of tissue culture response between related tetraploid and dihaploid S. tuberosum genotypes.
  156. Plant interferons: a wish or a reality?
  157. The response to non-target predatory arthropods to deltamethrin applied to winter wheat on two alternative dates in autumn.
  158. Control of potato gangrene by thiabendazole in relation to time of harvest after haulm destruction and site of production
  159. A photographic technique for investigating the splashing of water drops on leaves.
  160. 5'-flanking sequence of a glutamine synthetase gene specifying the beta subunit of the cytosolic enzyme from Phaseolus vulgaris L.
  161. Two-dimensional electrophoresis of cereal prolamins: applications to biochemical and genetic analysis.
  162. Effects of treatments to perennial ryegrass on the development of Septoria spp. in a subsequent crop of winter wheat.
  163. Osmolality and salt concentration in single cells. Agriculture Group Symposium : advances in plant nutrition.
  164. Recent advances in our understanding of the transport of nutrients across vacuolar membranes of plant cells. Agriculture Group Symposium : advances in plant nutrition.
  165. The 5` flanking region of a barley B hordein gene controls tissue and developmental specific CAT expression in tobacco plants.
  166. Differential effects of the Hiproly lysl gene on the developmental synthesis of (lysine-rich) proteins from barley endosperm.
  167. Nucleotide sequence of a barley genomic clone for chymotrypsin inhibitor-2.
  168. The transmission of potato virus Y by aphids of different vectoring abilities
  169. Eyespot disease of cereals (HGCA Research Review No.1)
  170. Enumeration of airborne micro-organisms in work environments.
  171. Oilseed rape : managment inputs : canopy structure and plant growth regulators.
  172. Field assessment of dihaploid Solanum tuberosum and S. brevidens somatic hybrids.
  173. Plant tissue culture.
  174. Plant protoplast fusion.
  175. Effects of straw incorporation and cultivations on cereal diseases.
  176. Methods for sampling airborne micro-organisms at solid waste disposal sites.
  177. Grain storage - the management of ecological change.
  178. Stimulation of aflatoxin formation in maize seeds.
  179. Progress with identification methods for a fastidious xylem-limited bacterium which causes Sumatra disease of cloves in Indonesia.
  180. No help for N pollution from organic farming.
  181. Rapid thermal acclimation of photosynthesis in wheat.
  182. A chamber for measurement of gas exchange of leaves that permits rapid freeze-clamping of tissue.
  183. Some effects of photoinhibition on photosynthesis and electron transport in wheat leaves of different nitrogen status.
  184. Multiple molecular forms of beta-amylase in seeds and vegetative tissues of barley.
  185. Activity of drimane antifeedants and related compounds against aphids, and comparative biological effects and chemical reactivity of (-)- and (+)- polygodial.
  186. Honeydew as a kairomone for aphid parasitoids and hyperparasitoids.
  187. Microbial decomposition of cereal straw in arable soils.
  188. The comparative epidemiology of eyespot (Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides ) types in winter cereal crops.
  189. Optimization of lime applications to soils under permanent grassland and arable crops.
  190. Long-term leakage of nitrate from bare unmanured soil.
  191. The intercontinental transfer of plant nutrients.
  192. Nutrient balances and the need for potassium in humid tropical regions.
  193. Potassium fertilisation to maintain a K-balance under various farming systems.
  194. Pollution by toxic metals on agricultural soils.
  195. Farming and nitrates.
  196. Potassium reserves in a forested, acid upland soil and the effect on them of clear-felling versus whole-tree harvesting.
  197. The effects of soil organic matter levels on soil solution concentrations and extractabilities of manganese, zinc and copper.
  198. Suppression of N2-fixation in clover on soil contaminated with heavy metals.
  199. Rhizobia isolated from root nodules of clover grown on soils with heavy metal contamination.
  200. Gene transfer between rhizobia in controlled conditions and the field.
  201. The cultivation of clay soil.
  202. Atmospheric inputs of cadmium to an arable agricultural system.
  203. Effects of potentially toxic metals in soil derived from past applications of sewage sludge on nitrogen fixation by Trifolium repens L.
  204. The future of semiochemicals in pest control.
  205. Introduction and expression of foreign genes in cereals.
  206. Factors affecting the performance of applications of cypermethrin for thecontrol of Spodoptera littoralis (Boisd.).
  207. The incidence of virus disease in watermelon and sweetmelon crops in the Peoples Democratic Republic of Yemen and its impact on cropping policy.
  208. The application of monoclonal antibodies to the diagnosis of plant pathogens and pests.
  209. Deposition of fungal spores within crop canopies.
  210. Effect of seed tuber physiological age on the yield of potatoes grown in land infested with Globodera pallida .
  211. Some experiences of chemical control of cyst nematode damage on winter-sown oilseed rape.
  212. Substituted benzoic and picolinic acids as foliar sprays against potato common scab.
  213. An electrophysiological investigation of the susceptible (Cooper) and resistant (kdr; super-kdr ) strains of the adult housefly, Musca domestica L.
  214. Modelling the timing of the early development of winter wheat.
  215. Antigenic similarities between ferredoxin-dependent nitrite reductase and glutamate synthase from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii .
  216. Prevention of mould growth and mycotoxin production through control of environmental factors.
  217. The use of nucleic acid probes to identify plant parasitic nematodes.
  218. Observations on the oesophageal glands of Globodera rostochiensis prior to hatching.
  219. Two cloned DNA fragments which differentiate Globodera pallida from G. rostochiensis .
  220. Two cloned DNA fragments which differentiate Globodera pallida from G. rostochiensis .
  221. The induction of permeability in egg-shells of Ascaris suum prior to hatching.
  222. The abilities of the aphid parasitoids Aphidius ervi Haliday and A. rhopalosiphi De Stefani Perez (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) to transfer between different known host species and the implications for the use of alternative hosts in pest control strategies.
  223. Simulation modelling of the population dynamics and damage potential of the rose grain aphid, Metapolophium dirhodum (Hemiptera: Aphididae).
  224. Monitoring and forecasting.
  225. Modelling principles in relation to the epidemiology of barley yellow dwarf virus.
  226. Assessing the cereal aphid control potential of ground beetles with a simulation model.
  227. Field observations of cereal aphids and natural enemies.
  228. Improved diagnosis of eyespot pathotypes: application of a new method.
  229. Resistance to potato leaf roll virus and potato virus Y in somatic hybrids between dihaploid Solanum tuberosum and S. brevidens
  230. Resistance to thiabendazole in isolates of Helminthosporium solani , the cause of silver scurf disease of potatoes.
  231. Immunocytochemical location of pathogenisis-related b1 protein induced in tobacco mosaic virus-infected or polyacrylic acid-treated tobacco plants.
  232. Pseudocercosporella anguioides , a weakly pathogenic fungus associated with eyespot in winter wheat at a site in England.
  233. Stability of green peach aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae) resistance in wild potato species.
  234. Advantages of a soluble dye in blot immunobinding assays for virus detection in potatoes.
  235. Opportunities for the integrated control of barley yellow dwarf viruses in the UK.
  236. Horisme tersata D. & S. (Lep.: Geometridae), The Fern Carpet, in Shropshire.
  237. New Eupithecia records (Lep.: Geometridae) for Cardiganshire from Rothamsted Insect Survey light traps.
  238. Unusual flight times for Alsophila aescularia D. & S. (The March Moth (Lep.: Geometridae))
  239. Eupithecia vulgata Haworth (The Common Pug) subspecies scotia Cockayne (Lep.: Geometridae) in Cumbria.
  240. New Lepidoptera records for Breconshire in 1986.
  241. Acleris abietana Hb. (Lep.: Tortricidae)
  242. Mesapamea species (Lep.: Noctuidae) in Shropshire in 1986.
  243. Possible adaptive significance of "tail" structure in "false head" lycaenid butterflies.
  244. Management of major cyst nematode species.
  245. Known and supposed factors affecting take-all in winter wheat.
  246. Water availability, the occurrence of toxigenic fungi and their mycotoxins.
  247. Characterisation of specific hydrolytic enzymes to assess fungal contaminants in grain.
  248. Monoclonal antibodies for the detection of root-knot nematodes, Meloidogyne spp.
  249. The regulation of hatching in nematode eggs.
  250. The significance of non-colonizing vectors in the control of a non-persistently aphid-borne virus.
  251. Identification keys, diagnostic tables and expert systems.
  252. Keeping the balance - a Rothamsted guide.
  253. Optimal sampling and estimation for image storage and retrieval.
  254. Relation between yield and reflected radiation on the Broadbalk winter wheat experiment at Rothamsted.
  255. Occupational allergy to locusts: an investigation of the sources of the allergen.
  256. Activity of triadimefon vapour against Erysiphe graminis f. sp. hordei .
  257. Purification and some properties of golden oat stripe virus.
  258. Effects of inoculum source and irrigation on black dot disease of potatoes (Colletotrichum coccodes (Wallr.) Hughes) and its development during storage.
  259. Hazards to health from airborne spores in the mushroom industry.
  260. The assessment of filter samples from agricultural environments highly contaminated with microorganisms.
  261. Airborne dust and micro-organisms in a green coffee bean storage and handling warehouse.
  262. Airborne scampi allergen and scampi peelers asthma.
  263. Dust exposure and respiratory symptoms in a UK bakery.
  264. An appraisal of methods for sampling aerosols implicated as causes of work-related respiratory symptoms.
  265. Micro-organisms and dust in pig houses in Aberdeenshire.
  266. Domestic waste composting plants as sources of airborne micro-organisms.
  267. Quaternary geology for scientists and engineers.
  268. Nitrogen.
  269. Discussion of Symmetry models and hypotheses for structured data layouts by A.P. Dawid.
  270. Loess - its formation, transport and economic significance.
  271. The value of long-term experiments - a personal view.
  272. The influence of sand- and silt-size particles on the cracking during drying of small clay-dominated aggregates.
  273. Origins and causes of chromosome instability in plant tissue culture and regeneration.
  274. Evaluation of methods for enumerating microorganisms in filter samples from highly contaminated environments associated with non-infectious occupational lung disease.
  275. Monitoring airborne microorganisms in the occupational environment.
  276. Grain storage: the management of ecological change - abstract.
  277. Factors affecting entry of pesticides into soil water.
  278. A comparison of fungal communities in straw decomposing in different soil types and under different cultivation practices.
  279. Variation in certain isozymes amongst different geographical isolates of the vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi Glomus clarum, Glomus monosporum and Glomus mosseae.
  280. A microtitre plate assay for characterizing insensitive acetylcholinesterase genotypes of insecticide-resistant insects.
  281. Highly active antifeedants against coleopteran pests.
  282. The pyrethrins and related compounds. Part XXXII. Replacement of the central ester link.
  283. The pyrethrins and related compounds. Part XXXIII. Effective combinationsin the gemdimethyl-central group region of non-ester pyrethroids.
  284. The pyrethrins and related compounds. Part XXXIV. Optimisation of insecticidal activity in non-esters.
  285. Plant-derived synergists of alarm pheromone from turnip aphid, Lipaphis(Hydaphis) erysimi (Homoptera, Aphididae).
  286. Aphid bioassay techniques.
  287. Some models for spatial variability of animal species.
  288. Structure/activity studies on aphid alarm pheromone derivatives and their field use against transmission of barley yellow dwarf virus.
  289. Prospects for the biological control of cyst nematodes.
  290. Cambios en la biomasa microbiana y la materia organica del suelo tras el enterrado de paja de cereal.
  291. Prospects for controlling the spread of potato virus Y and for using aphid data to assess virus spread.
  292. Population models as an aid to gamebird management.
  293. Regional adaptations in the phenology of a migrant aphid, Rhopalosiphumpadi (Homoptera: Aphididae).
  294. Electrophoretic study of enzymes from cereal aphid populations. V. Spatial and temporal genetic similarity of holocyclic populations of the bird-cherry oat aphid Rhopalosiphum padi (L.)(Hemiptera:Aphididae), in Britain.
  295. Rational potassium manuring for arable cropping systems.
  296. The topology of pore structure in cracking clay soil. II. Connectivity tissue and its estimation.
  297. Blood disease of bananas in Indonesia.
  298. Characteristics of Pseudomonas celebensis , the cause of blood disease of bananas in Indonesia.
  299. Sumatra disease of cloves in Indonesia - a case study in disease etiology.
  300. Degradation of chlorsulfuron and triasulfuron in an organic soil
  301. Chemical pest control - the new philosophy.
  302. Monitoring for insecticide resistance in migrant populations of Myzus persicae .
  303. Characterising acetylcholinesterase genotypes in resistant insect populations.
  304. The effect of fungus infection of Metopolophium dirhodum [Hom.: Aphididae] on the oviposition behaviour of the aphid parasitoid Aphidius rhopalosiphi [Hym.: Aphididae].
  305. Hydraulic conductivity profiles of two clay soils.
  306. Eyespot (Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides ) epidemiology in relation to prediction of disease severity and yield loss in winter wheat - a review.
  307. Ferredoxin-glutamate synthase from barley leaves: rapid purification and partial characterization.
  308. A simple function for describing the growth and nitrogen uptake of winter cereals.
  309. Nitrogen models and soil heterogeneity.
  310. Modelling the turnover of organic matter in the soil. Agriculture Group Symposium: soil organic matter.
  311. Changes with time of crop yields in a long-term experiment.
  312. Expert systems for non-linear modelling: progress and prospects.
  313. Control biologico de nematodos fitoparasitos con especial referencia al nematodo de los cereales, Heterodera avenae .
  314. Two microorganisms for the biological control of plant parasitic nematodes.
  315. The life cycle and pathology of the root-knot nematode parasite Pasteuria penetrans .
  316. Biocontrol of nematodes: prospects and problems.
  317. Keeping track - the development of an ongoing journal usage survey
  318. A training workshop in the use of JANET
  319. Bortkewitsch's horse-kicks and the generalised linear model.
  320. Physical, psychological and social aspects of food production.
  321. A function for describing nitrogen uptake and dry matter production by winter barley crops.
  322. Abundant oil.
  323. Denitrification at sub-optimal temperatures in soils from different climatic zones.
  324. Families of distributions for repeated samples of animal counts.
  325. Close-range behaviour of male pea moths, Cydia nigricana, responding to sex pheromone re-released via the substrate
  326. Plant biotechnology.
  327. The topology of pore structure in cracking clay soil. I. The estimation of numerical density.
  328. Competition between three species of Glomus used as spatially separated introduced and indigenous mycorrhizal inocula for leek (Allium porrum L.)
  329. The sex pheromone of the greenbug Schizaphis graminum.
  330. A comparison of indices that describe the relationship between exposure to ozone and the reduction in the yield of agricultural crops.
  331. Evidence for virus transmission by plasmodiophorid vectors.
  332. Effect of heavy metal contamination on the genetics of nitrogen-fixing populations of Rhizobium leguminosarum nodulating white clover.
  333. Contributions of shoot categories to growth and yield of winter wheat.
  334. Boreholes in the Wolstonian Basement Till at Easington, Holderness, July 1985.
  335. Farmers, fertilisers and the nitrate flood.
  336. Determination of microbial biomass carbon and nitrogen in soil.
  337. Nonlinear biplots.
  338. Field testing putative biological controls of take-all: rationale and results.
  339. Actinomycetes and biodeteriogens and pollutants of the environment.
  340. The microbiology of cereal grains from areas of Iran with a high incidence of oesophageal cancer.
  341. Enumeration of airborne micro-organisms in work environments.
  342. Factors affecting the production and motility of zoospores of Polymyxa graminis and their transmission of barley yellow mosaic virus (BaYMV).
  343. Occurrence of two strains of barley yellow mosaic virus in England.
  344. Confirmation of the transmission of barley yellow mosaic virus (BaYMV) by the fungus Polymyxa graminis.
  345. Mechanisms by which straw residues can limit the use of simplified tillage for winter wheat.
  346. The effect of different tillage systems on soil water movement in an artificially drained clay soil.
  347. Cultivation systems and the leaching of nitrates.
  348. Cultivation systems for clay soils.
  349. Straw residue management for autumn-sown cereals grown on a clay soil, 1979-1987
  350. The effect of depth of straw incorporation on the growth and yield of winter wheat on a clay and a silt loam soil.
  351. Rapid identification of the recently recognised Myzus antirrhinii (Macchiati)(Hemiptera: Aphididae) by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.
  352. Molecular cloning of the barley seed protein CMd: a variant member of the alpha-amylase/trypsin inhibitor family of cereals.
  353. Rational K manuring. Agriculture Group Symposium : sodium and potassium in plant nutrition.
  354. The cellular and genetic basis for cation discrimination by plants. Agriculture Group Symposium : sodium and potassium in plant nutrition.
  355. Dissipation of pH gradients in tonoplast vesicles and liposomes by mixtures of acridine orange and anions.
  356. Use of models to investigate the link between the modification of photosynthetic characteristics and improved crop yields.
  357. Use of a simple model to study factors affecting the size distribution of tubers in potato crops.
  358. Regulation of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase activity by the activase system in lysed spinach chloroplasts.
  359. Prolamins, major storage proteins of cereal seeds.
  360. The nitrogen nutrition of sugar beet : progress in research toward site-specific fertiliser requirements
  361. Effects of irrigation and seed tuber size on yield and infection of potatoes from commercial and healthier seed stocks.
  362. Root-soil interactions.
  363. The straw incorporation problem.
  364. A field trial of the synthetic oviposition pheromone with Culex quinquefasciatus Say (Diptera: Culicidae) in Kenya.
  365. Grain growth dynamics in winter wheat crops.
  366. Possibilities for reducing pesticide usage in sugar beet in England
  367. Sugar-beet seed advancement to increase establishment and decrease bolting.
  368. A new seed treatment for sugar-beet seed.
  369. The virus yellows threat for 1988.
  370. Uptake by maize (Zea Mays L.) of nitrogen from 15N-labelled dazomet, 15N-labelled fertilizer and from the soil microbial biomass
  371. Numerical techniques as an aid to objectivity.
  372. Statistics and agriculture
  373. Growth and dry-matter partitioning in sugar beet.
  374. The rise and rise of the resistant aphid.
  375. The Rothamsted Insect Survey and rapid aphid identification.
  376. Monitoring aerial insect abundance.
  377. Specificity of the spatial power-law exponent in ecology and agriculture.
  378. The pyrethrins and related compounds. Part XXXI: alkoxyimino-substituted esters.
  379. Recommendations of the Editorial Board on use of statistics in papers submitted to JSFA - guidelines to authors as formulated by A.W.A. Murray.
  380. Classification, geometry and data analysis.
  381. Isolation, culture and morphogenesis from wheat protoplasts, and study of expression of DNA constructs by direct gene transfer
  382. A comparison of the growth of the C4 grass Spartina anglica with the C3 grass Lolium perenne at different temperatures.
  383. Nitrate nutrition and temperature effects on wheat: a synthesis of plant growth and nitrogen uptake in relation to metabolic and physiological processes
  384. Rhizobium leguminosarum as a model for investigating gene transfer.
  385. Soils of the Plio-Pleistocene : do they distinguish types of interglacial?
  386. The integration of whole-root and cellular hydraulic conductivities in cereal roots.
  387. Least-squares profile refinement of randomly interstratified clay mineral structures.
  388. Soil organic matter and its dynamics.
  389. Beobachtungen zur Reaktion der dorsalen und subventralen Osophagusdrusen von Globodera rostochiensis auf schlupfauslosende Substanzen.
  390. The effects of various herbicides on hatch and invasion of Globodera rostochiensis .
  391. Effects of activated charcoal on hatching and infectivity of Globodera rostochiensis in pot tests.
  392. A geostatistical method for segmenting multivariate sequences of soil data.
  393. Observations on the pathogenicity of Pasteuria penetrans , a parasite of root-knot nematodes.
  394. The Rothamsted Insect Survey '12-metre' suction trap.
  395. Effects of seed rates, sowing dates and methods of sowing on autumn-sown field beans (Vicia faba L.)
  396. Effects of a compacted subsoil layer on root and shoot growth, water use and nutrient uptake of winter wheat.
  397. The right to knowledge about the quality and availability of food.
  398. Proton nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation studies of dry gluten.
  399. The role of the N-terminus of the large subunit of ribulose-bisphosphate carboxylase investigated by construction and expression of chimaeric genes.
  400. The influence of temperature on the hatching, activity and lipid utilization of second stage juveniles of the potato cyst nematodes Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida .
  401. The influence of soil moisture and storage time on the motility, infectivity and lipid utilization of second stage juveniles of the potato cyst nematodes Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida .
  402. Field investigation of the responses to nematicide treatment of three winter oilseed rape cultivars infested by Heterodera cruciferae .
  403. Comparison of the responses to aldicarb treatment of cultivars of winter oilseed rape infected by brassica cyst nematode
  404. Migration of alate morphs of the bird cherry aphid (Rhopalosiphum padi) and implications for the epidemiology of barley yellow dwarf virus.
  405. Monitoring frequencies of insecticide resistance in Myzus persicae (Sulzer) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in England during 1985-86 by immunoassay.
  406. Effect of decline of insecticide residues on selection for insecticide resistance in Myzus persicae (Sulzer) (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
  407. Integrating use of beneficial organisms with chemical crop protection.
  408. High power 13C and 1H nuclear magnetic resonance in dry gluten.
  409. Mapping and biochemical analysis of Hor 4 (Hrd G), a second locus encoding B hordein seed proteins in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
  410. The molecular genetics of the high molecular weight subunits of wheat glutenin.
  411. Solid state NMR studies of wheat gluten.
  412. Determination of prolamin configuration and dimensions by viscometric analysis.
  413. The conformation of three synthetic peptides corresponding to the repeat motifs of two cereal prolamins.
  414. Effects of nitrogen supply and drought on early development of winter wheat in the field in Eastern England.
  415. Semi-Latin squares.
  416. Physical and kinetic properties of lysine-sensitive aspartate kinase purified from carrot cell suspension culture.
  417. Mutation, transfer and location of symbiotic genes of Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar phaseoli by insertion of Tn5-Mob.
  418. Effect of repeated applications of insecticides to potatoes on numbers of Myzus persicae (Sulzer) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) and on the frequencies of insecticide-resistant variants.
  419. Field beans at Rothamsted.
  420. Estimation of radiation interception by winter wheat from measurements of leaf area
  421. Contrast between sandy and clay soils in the effects of various factors on the growth, nitrogen uptake and yield of winter wheat in three years.
  422. Location of beta-amylase sequences in wheat and its relatives.
  423. Experimental measurements and computer predictions of copper complex formation by soluble soil organic matter.
  424. A simple procedure for the analysis of experiments on mixtures of varieties or species of agronomic interest.
  425. Computer simulation of the behaviour of nitrogen in soil and crop in the Broadbalk continuous wheat experiment
  426. Measuring and minimising losses of fertiliser nitrogen in arable agriculture
  427. Aphid Commentary
  428. Aphid Bulletin
  429. Aerial dispersal and the development of microbial communities.
  430. Identification of a second locus encoding beta-amylase on chromosome 2 of barley.
  431. The structures of barley and wheat prolamins and their genes.
  432. Patent application Number 8801080 dated 19.1.88.
  433. Modern Agriculture : the role of science and technology.
  434. Stages in the progress of eyespot epidemics in winter wheat crops.
  435. Dispersal of Rhynchosporium secalis conidia from infected barley leaves or straw by simulated rain.
  436. Nitrate leaching models and soil heterogeneity
  437. Production of somatic hybrids by electrofusion in Solanum
  438. Molecular cloning of two isoinhibitor forms of chymotrypsin inhibitor 1 (CDI-1) from barley endosperm and their expression in normal and mutant barleys.
  439. Nitrogen efficiency in agricultural soils
  440. Biological aspects of sex pheromone response in aphids.
  441. Directed terraces for direct product groups.
  442. A comparison of tine cultivation and ploughing with two methods of straw disposal on the growth, nutrient uptake and yield of winter wheat grown on a clay soil.
  443. Estimating losses in the yield of winter wheat as a result of drought, in England and Wales.
  444. Estimating position-time relationships in steady state, one-dimensional growth zones.
  445. A revision of the forecasting scheme for virus yellows in sugar beet in the UK.
  446. The control of Pieris rapae by granulosis virus.
  447. The structures of barley and wheat prolamins and their genes.
  448. Test-tube improvements of arable crops: developments for the 21st century.
  449. Improving the efficiency of mineral nutrition.
  450. Assessing the environmental risks of releasing genetically manipulated organisms.
  451. A biochemical and molecular approach to yield.
  452. Tissue specific gene expression during cereal grain development.
  453. Structural diversity of the patatin gene family in potato cv Desiree.
  454. Molecular comparison of pyrophosphate- and ATP-dependent fructose 6-phosphate 1-phosphotransferases from potato tuber.
  455. Determination of endogenous abscisic acid levels in immature cereal embryos during in vitro culture.
  456. Fusing plant protoplasts.
  457. Effect of low temperature on phosphofructokinase activity from potato tuber.
  458. Plant regeneration and somaclonal variation from cultured immature embryos of sister lines of rye and triticale differing in their content of heterochromatin. 1. Morphogenetic response.
  459. Bioassay for the detection of chlorsulfuron and triasulfuron residues in soils.
  460. Some effects of oxygen on photosynthesis by photorespiratory mutants of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
  461. Degradation rates in soil of 1-benzyltriazoles and two triazole fungicides.
  462. Kaliumdungung zur Aufrechterhaltung eines ausgeglichenen K-Versorgungsgrades unter verschiedenen Anbausystemen.
  463. Low temperature mortality of the peach-potato aphid Myzus persicae .
  464. Identification of genetically induced lesions and the sites of action of inhibitors affecting photorespiration by simple tests on leaf discs.
  465. Accessing the NAG Fortran library from within Genstat, and other ways of extending Genstat.
  466. Variation between years in growth and nutrient uptake after anthesis of winter wheat on Broadbalk field at Rothamsted, 1969-84
  467. Long-term changes in the polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon content of agricultural soils.
  468. The effect of atmospheric deposition, especially of nitrogen, on grassland and woodland at Rothamsted Experimental Station, England, measured over more than 100 years.
  469. A vertical band-Dutch harrow technique for incorporating granular nematicides in soil to control potato cyst-nematodes, Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida .
  470. Effect of seed row and foliar applied pesticides on the yield of lucerne in clay soil, in the presence or absence of lucerne stem nematode, Ditylenchus dipsaci.
  471. Take-all control : first understand the enemy.
  472. Why use white clover?
  473. Water deficiency and excess in grassland
  474. The prospects for livestock production from white clover
  475. The preservation of forage
  476. Permanent and sown grasslands: productivity and support energy use
  477. Fertiliser strategies to reduce leaching losses from grazed grassland
  478. Fertiliser strategies to reduce leaching loss from grazed grass
  479. Fertiliser effects on herb-rich hay meadows
  480. AFRC grassland and ruminant research: science for sustainable grassland farming
  481. A comparison of output from a permanent sward, and from re-seeds of either diploid or tetraploid perennial ryegrass, under continuous sheep grazing regulated by sward height