1994

  1. Biological control of slugs in winter wheat using the rhabditid nematode Phasmarhabditis-hermaphrodita
  2. Weed seed banks in arable fields under contrasting pesticide regimes
  3. Understanding and predicting epidemics: a commentary based on selected pathosystems
  4. Effects of nitrification inhibitor and acid addition to cattle slurry on nitrogen losses and herbage yields
  5. Characterization of benzimidazole-resistant strains of rhynchosporium-secalis
  6. Quantitative analysis of gibberellins by isotope dilution mass spectrometry: a comparison of the use of calibration curves, an isotope dilution fit program and arithmetical correction of isotope ratios
  7. Tolerance of young bracken plants from three different sites, to the herbicide tribenuron-methyl
  8. Monitoring environmental change through networks
  9. The sensitivity of freshwater planktonic communities to environmental change : monitoring, mechanisms and models
  10. Long-term studies and monitoring of bird populations
  11. Long-term studies of tropical forest dynamics
  12. Climate-vegetation relationships in the Bilbury road verge experiments
  13. Long-term experiments in Africa : Developing a database for sustainable land use under global change
  14. Long-term agricultural experiments in Eastern Europe II Some recent results from the Long-term experiment at Fundulea Romania
  15. Long-term agricultural experiments in Eastern Europe ! Long-term continuous experiments in Poland, Bulgaria, Czech Republic and Slovakia
  16. Long-term cropping experiments in developing countries : the need, the history and the future
  17. Polyetic epidemics by plan or contingency
  18. Long-term experimentation in forestry and site change
  19. Long-term field trials in Australia
  20. The Sanborn Field Experiment
  21. The importance of long-term experimentation
  22. Improvement of barley and wheat quality by genetic-engineering
  23. A beta-turn rich barley seed protein is correctly folded in escherichia-coli
  24. Opportunities for manipulating the seed protein-composition of wheat and barley in order to improve quality
  25. Investigating the role of plant SNF1-related protein-kinases
  26. George William Cooke, 6 January 1916 — 10 February 1992
  27. Recollections of J. B. S. Haldane and other war-time evacuees and other visitors to Rothamsted
  28. Aspects of Applied Biology 36: Cereal Quality III, eds Kettlewell P. S., Garstang J. R., Duffus C. M., Magan N., Thomas W. T. B. & Paveley N. D.. viii + 489 pp. Wellesbourne: The Association of Applied Biologists (1993). £42.00 or $85.00 (paperback). ISSN 0265 1491
  29. Cytological and molecular evidence of deletion of ribosomal RNA genes in chromosome 6 of barley (Hordeum vulgare)
  30. Tobacco cytochromeb5: cDNA isolation, expression analysis and in vitro protein targeting
  31. Expression of a biologically active plant cytochrome b5 in Escherichia coli
  32. An application of maximum likelihood and generalized estimating equations to the analysis of ordinal data from a longitudinal study with cases missing at random
  33. Sugar beet
  34. New industrial partnership explores flowering in beet
  35. Weed beet reappearance in 1993
  36. Effects of soil mineral nitrogen, soil type and organic manures on the nitrogen requirement and quality of sugar beet
  37. Effets de l'implantation de la culture sur l'interceptiondu rayonnement et sur le rendement
  38. IIRB Pests and Disease Group meeting 1994
  39. Model inversion to retrieve canopy characteristics from high spectral resolution data
  40. Control of pests and diseases in sugar beet by seed treatments
  41. Rhizomania: recent developments
  42. The effect of mineralised nitrogen on the fertilizer nitrogen requirement of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.)
  43. Genstat 3[1] Procedure Library
  44. Genstat 5 Release 3.1 version for Dec Alpha AXP OpenVMS
  45. Genstat5 Release 3.1 version for Sun 4 Solaris
  46. Genstat 5 Release 3.1 version for Sun 4 SunOS
  47. Genstat 5 Release 3.1. Version for PC DOS
  48. Genstat 5 Release 3.1. Vax VMS version
  49. Lotus japonicus nitrate reductase gene (Nia1 ) complete gene
  50. Phaseolus vulgaris glutamine synthetase gene, (gln-epsilon ) promoter region
  51. Carboxylesterase FE4 - green peach aphid (564 residues)
  52. Carboxylesterase E4 - green peach aphid (552 residues)
  53. Sugar losses in clamp storage on farms 1993/94: a subsidiary report re. HPLC analyses
  54. Sugar losses in clamp storage on farms: 1993/94
  55. Topping level, sugar yield and root quality: a study for NFU 1993/94
  56. Decision analysis for improved cereal aphid control in England
  57. An investigation into virus yellows resistance in Beta vulgaris L. PhD Thesis, University of Birmingham
  58. Dynamics of fungal growth in stored grain
  59. Acid deposition: the long-term (100 years) effects on soil chemistry under grassland and naturally regenerating woodland
  60. Mycoplasma-like organism 16S RNA
  61. Beet cryptic virus ds RNA2. Complete sequence
  62. Production of double-haploid plants from tritordeum anther culture
  63. The possible impact of global environment change on sugar beet production
  64. The virus yellows warning scheme - an integrated pest management system for sugar beet in the UK
  65. The host range of beet yellowing viruses among common arable weed species
  66. Identification of a second distinct strain of beet mild yellowing luteovirus using monoclonal antibodies and transmission studies
  67. Scale, experimental design and the detection of interspecific competition within plant communities
  68. Time of application and chemical form of potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and sodium fertilisers and effects on the growth, yield and quality of sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris )
  69. Simulating soil and fertiliser dynamics using the SUNDIAL model
  70. The short- and long-term effects of straw incorporation on soil microbial biomass and soil N dynamics
  71. Spore dispersal: environmental and biological aspects
  72. Extraction of non-hyphal microorganisms from soil using Aqueous Two-Phase Partitioning as the enrichment step
  73. A new approach to direct extraction of microorganisms from soil
  74. Sensitivity of the AFRC winter wheat model to changes in temperature and radiation
  75. Rothamsted Insect Survey Light Trap Newsletter
  76. Studying dispersal and persistence of pear thrips populations using genetic markers (allozymes)
  77. An investigation of intra-crop and inter-crop contamination of white-flowered field beans
  78. Sensitivity of a winter wheat model to changes in temperature and radiation
  79. Incorporation of carbon from photoynthetic products into 2-carboxyarabinitol-1-phosphate and 2-carboxyarabinitol
  80. Defining aspects of soil fertility to insure continued productivity
  81. Continuity in agricultural research - benefits for today and lessons for the future
  82. Effect of triazamate on resistant Myzus persicae on sugar beet under field cages
  83. Rainfall, biomass variation, and community composition in the Park Grass Experiment
  84. Investigating spatial patterns of convective storms in the Sahel region of Africa: tests for random labelling of storm initiation sites relative to storm duration
  85. The Rothamsted Classical Experiments
  86. Calcium/potassium exchange in a Chilean allophanic soil
  87. Survival, germination responses and infectivity of conidia of Erynia neoaphidis (Zygomycetes:Entomophthorales)
  88. Small sample estimation for Taylor's power law
  89. Demonstration of SUNDIAL: simulation of nitrogen dynamics in arable soil
  90. The role of nitrogen in crop production and losses of nitrate by leaching from agricultural soil
  91. Ammonium assimilation and the role of Y-aminobutyric acid in pH homeostasis in carrot cell suspensions
  92. Combating insecticide resistance in pests
  93. The control of silver scurf and development of thiabendazole resistance in Helminthosporium solani as affected by the rate of fungicide applied to potato seed tubers
  94. The occurrence of thiabendazole-resistant isolates of Polyscytalum pustulans and Helminthosporium solani on potato seed tubers in relation to fungicide treatment and storage
  95. A user guide for SUNDIAL: Simulation of nitrogen dynamics in arable land. A user friendly, PC-based version of the Rothamsted Nitrogen Turnover Model
  96. Variation in sensitivity to herbicides in UK wild-oat populations (Avena fatua and Avena sterilis spp. ludoviciana)
  97. Aspects of the survival and spread of Arrhenatherum elatius ssp. bulbosum
  98. Differences between soil solutions obtained from rhizosphere and non-rhizosphere soils by water displacement and soil centrifugation
  99. Modelling the effect of cultivation on the dispersion of pollutants in soil
  100. Nitrophosphates and their use in agriculture - a historical review
  101. Nitrogen: a changing perspective of its role in food production and environmental concerns
  102. Effect of manuring practices and increased copper concentrations on soil microbial populations
  103. Acquisition of genes from indigenous bacteria by inoculant strains at long-term release sites
  104. Investigating bacterial root colonization in soils with long-term wheat cultivation
  105. Field release of genetically modified Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar viciae
  106. The extent of gene transfer in deliberate release experiments
  107. Demonstration of the Rothamsted carbon model
  108. Experience with direct drilling cereals and reduced cultivation in England
  109. The potential impact of global environmental change on nitrogen dynamics in arable systems
  110. Effects of pH and heavy metal concentrations in solution culture on the proton release, growth and elemental composition of Alyssum murale and Raphanus sativus L.
  111. Cokriging with airborne MSS imagery
  112. Modelling the effects of climate change on the hydrology and water quality of structured soils
  113. Seeking evidence for chaotic dynamics in entomology
  114. Population genetic structure during aestivation in the sycamore aphid Drepanosiphum platanoidis (Hemiptera: Drepanosiphidae)
  115. Granular nematicide incorporation technique and the yield of potatoes grown in land infested with the potato cyst-nematode Globodera pallida
  116. Cloning of a housefly sodium channel gene linked to pyrethroid resistance
  117. Identification of mutations in the housefly acetylcholinesterase gene involved in resistance to insecticides
  118. Mycoflora of developing sorghum grains with special reference to Aspergillus flavus
  119. Thermal time and ecological strategies - a unifying hypothesis
  120. Plant-parasitic nematodes
  121. Bacterial wilt research in Cuba
  122. Polyclonal and monoclonal antibody-based enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays for Pseudomonas solanacearum
  123. Electrophysiological analyses of nematode responses to various attractants and repellents
  124. Syngamus trachea the avian nematode as a model for the analysis of secretions from the amphidial gland and the secretory-excretory cell
  125. Studies on pathogenesis-related proteins in potato induced by potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida and several chemicals
  126. Discrimination of plant volatiles in the honeybee: combined behavioural, electrophysiological and chemical approaches
  127. Studies on glutathione S-transferase from Ditylenchus myceliophagus
  128. Aspects of the role and functioning of the amphids
  129. A new method of detecting and measuring spatial non-randomness
  130. 'Physicochemical evaluation: the environment' an expert system for pesticide preregistration assessment
  131. Genomic analysis of the tobacco cyst nematode (TCN) complex; Globodera tabacum sspp. tabacum, virginae and solanacearum using RAPD-PCR
  132. Diseases of linseed in the United Kingdom
  133. Aphid and virus dynamics to improve forecasts of barley yellow dwarf virus. Interim report to the Home-Grown Cereals Authority
  134. Whither aerobiology? The content of aerobiology conferences
  135. New strategies for the management of plant parasitic nematodes with especial emphasis on biological control
  136. Analysis of gene expression during the hatching process in the potato cyst nematode, Globodera rostochiensis using the differential display technique
  137. Aphelenchoides varicaudatus sp. n. (Nematoda: Aphelenchoididae)
  138. Differentiation of species and populations of Aphelenchoides and of Ditylenchus angustus using a fragment of ribosomal DNA
  139. Different cereal sequences to manage the natural biological control phenomenon of take-all decline
  140. Report on trials of Mon 41144 at Rothamsted 1992-93
  141. A study of the factors affecting the selection of insecticide resistant Myzus persicae
  142. Monitoring vector aphid dynamics
  143. Methyl salicylate and (-)-(1R,5S)-myrtenal are plant-derived repellents for black bean aphid, Aphis fabae scop. (Homoptera: Aphididae)
  144. Prospects of correlation between RAPD patterns and virulence in burrowing nematodes
  145. Cloning of Eco RI generated fragments of ribosomal rDNA from Globodera pallida
  146. The development of a novel strategy for the control of Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae) using sex pheromones and the fungus Zoophthora radicans (Zygomycetes: Entomophthorales)
  147. The peach-potato aphid Myzus persicae and the tobacco aphid Myzus nicotianae have the same esterase-based mechanisms of insecticide resistance
  148. An immunoassay for potato cyst nematodes
  149. Seasonal development of apothecia of the cereal eyespot pathogen Tapesia yallundae on straw stubble in the UK
  150. Host parasite interactions and root-knot phylogeny
  151. Biological control of potato cyst nematodes - problems, progress and prospects
  152. Impact of tri-trophic interactions on biological control of root-knot nematodes by Verticillium chalmydosporium
  153. Methods for the study of Verticillium chlamydosporium in the rhizosphere
  154. Field and laboratory evidence for a volatile pheromone produced by parous females of the Scottish biting midge, Culicoides impunctatus
  155. Use of differential display for cloning nematode responsive plant genes
  156. Observations on the root-lesion nematode, Pratylenchus bolivianus on Alstroemeria and other plants in the UK
  157. Report on the development of a dot immunobinding assay to detect acute paralysis virus in the parasitic mite Varroa jacobsoni
  158. Insecticide resistance in IBemisia tabaci from Pakistan
  159. Y all the caterpillars in the 1994 sugar beet crop?
  160. The aphid sex pheromone: a novel host location cur for the parasitoid Praon volucre
  161. Novel methods for rearing and testing European red mite (Panonychus ulmi ) with acaricides in the laboratory
  162. Mycotoxin contamination in developing groundnut
  163. High level expression of a wheat LMW glutenin subunit using a baculovirus system
  164. Simulation of nitrogen dynamics in arable land
  165. Integrated farming - putting together systems for farm use
  166. The heterologous expression of H+-coupled transporters in Xenopus oocytes
  167. Effects of cover crops on soil N transformations and losses from arable land
  168. The H+-pumping inorganic pyrophosphatase of the vacuolar membrane of higher plants
  169. Impact of set-aside management strategies on the soil seedbank and weed flora at Woburn
  170. Photosynthetic metabolism under water stress
  171. Influence of enzyme solution on protoplast culture and transient gene expression in maize Zea mays L
  172. What controls photosynthesis?
  173. Nitrogen fertilization and methane oxidation in agricultural soils
  174. Predator populations and the influence of crop type and preliminary impact of integrated farming systems
  175. Simulation of dichlorprop leaching in three texturally distinct soils using the pesticide leaching model
  176. Manipulation of phosphoribulokinase and phosphate translocator activities in transgenic tobacco plants
  177. Intercellular solute compartmentation in barley leaves
  178. That uncertain feeling: measuring and modelling nitrogen losses by leaching
  179. Challenges and implications of changes in nitrate limits for natural or potable water
  180. The calcium pumps of plant cell membranes
  181. Physiological and cellular basis for the growth of rice roots through compacted soil
  182. Long-term consequences of using artificial and organic fertilisers: the Rothamsted Experiments
  183. Weed control requirements of oilseed rape under the reformed CAP
  184. Membrane transport in plants and fungi: molecular mechanisms and control (48th Symposium of the Society for Experimental Biology)
  185. Comparison of the chemical changes in the rhizosphere of the nickel hyperaccumulator Alyssum murale with the non-accumulator Raphanus sativus
  186. Analysis of unbalanced multi-stratum trials using ANOVA and REML
  187. Investigating multi-species patterns in the Lansing Woods data using spectral analysis
  188. The jackknife and the bootstrap
  189. The analysis of binary and categorical data from crossover trials
  190. Tools for the construction of effective experimental designs
  191. Stability in the plant communities of the Park Grass Experiment: the relationships between species richness, soil pH and biomass variability
  192. Informative drop-out in longitudinal data analysis
  193. Measuring sustainability
  194. Methane oxidation in soil as affected by land use, soil pH and N fertilisation
  195. The consequences of chlorophyll deficiency for photosynthetic light use efficiency in a single nuclear gene mutation of cowpea
  196. Incorporation of carbon from photosynthetic products into 2-carboxyarabinitol-1-phosphate and 2-carboxyarabinitol
  197. Estimating nitrate leaching and denitrification by simultaneous use of Br and 15N tracers
  198. Discrimination of oilseed rape volatiles by honeybee: novel combined gas chromatographic-electrophysiological behavioural assay
  199. Field manipulation of Praon populations using semiochemicals
  200. Bioaerosols and occupational lung disease
  201. Effects of extended and repeated exposures to low temperature on mortality of the peach-potato aphid Myzus persicae
  202. Effects of wounding fungicide-treated potato seed tubers on silver scurf disease on daughter tubers at harvest
  203. Characterization of resistance breaking Meloidogyne incognita -like populations using lectins, monoclonal antibodies and spores of Pasteuria penetrans
  204. A method based on PCR for the construction of cDNA libraries and probes from small amounts of tissue
  205. A comparison of methods for estimating soil microbial biomass and its partition into bacteria and fungi. PhD University of Nottingham
  206. Epidemiology of Alternaria linicola on linseed (Linum usitatissimum L.)
  207. Effects of heavy metals on soil microbial biomass and microbial activity. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham
  208. The epidemiology of barley yellow dwarf virus and the population dynamics of cereal aphids in Kenya
  209. Molecular studies of neurotransmitter G protein coupled receptors and transporters in Caenorhabditis elegans and Globodera rostochiensis
  210. Studies on pathogenesis-related proteins induced in potato plants by Globodera species
  211. Studies on the characteristics of Pseudomonas solanacearum and related species from Indonesia, and the potential use of bacteriophage and bacteriocin for biological control of bacterial wilt disease. PhD thesis, University of London
  212. Contamination of environmental samples prepared for PCB analysis
  213. Effect of phosphate fertilisers and atmospheric deposition on long-term changes in the cadmium content of soils and crops
  214. Rapid diagnosis of bacterial wilt
  215. Detection of viruses and insecticide resistance in sugar beet aphids caught in suction traps
  216. The interaction of sex pheromone and plant volatiles for field attraction of male bird-cherry aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi
  217. Endospore heterogeneity in Pasteuria penetrans related to adhesion to plant-parasitic nematodes
  218. Long-term experiments in agricultural and ecological sciences
  219. Extractable sulphate and organic sulphur in soils and their availability to plants
  220. The Park Grass Experiment: insights from the most long-term ecological study
  221. Calmodulin-stimulated ATPase of maize cells: functional reconstitution, monoclonal antibodies and subcellular localisation
  222. Quantification of nutrient cycles using long-term experiments
  223. The Management of long-term agricultural field experiments: procedures and policies evolved from the Rothamsted Classical Experiments
  224. Analysis of the effects of water and nitrogen supply on the yield and growth of durum wheat under semi-arid conditions in Tunisia
  225. Historical monitoring of organic contaminants in soils
  226. The Rothamsted Classical Experiments
  227. How the Rothamsted Classical Experiments have been used to develop and test models for the turnover of carbon and nitrogen in soil
  228. Differentiation of three whitefly-transmitted geminiviruses from the Republic of Yemen
  229. Preliminary observations on Eumetopina sp. (Hemiptera: Delphacidae) as a vector of Ramu Stunt disease of sugarcane in Papua New Guinea
  230. Effect of physical treatments on moulding and aflatoxin production in maize
  231. Biogeneration of carbon dioxide for use in modified atmosphere storage of sorghum grains
  232. Aspects of the autecology of the take-all fungus
  233. Effects of spice oil treatment of rice on moulding and mycotoxin contamination
  234. Respiration losses in wheat grain stored under different environmental conditions
  235. Aerobiology and Agriculture: Proceedings Annual Meeting British Aerobiology Federation, Rothamsted Experimental Station, 24th March 1993
  236. Indoor aerobiology and health
  237. Use of differential display reverse transcription PCR to detect endomycorrhiza-related gene expression in pea roots
  238. The use of a land suitability model to predict where autumn-sown, determinate genotypes of the white lupin (Lupinus albus ) might be grown in England and Wales
  239. Quantifying the yield of perennial grasses grown as a biofuel for energy generation
  240. Gland development on leaf surfaces of Nepeta racemosa
  241. Advances in the potentiometric determination of pKa and logKow of pesticides
  242. Factors influencing rates of degradation of an arylamide and a benzoic acid in subsoils
  243. Winter host component reduces colonization by Bird-cherry-oat aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi (L.) (Homoptera, Aphididae), and other aphids in cereal fields
  244. Field evaluation of a pest management strategy for Sitona lineatus L. using semiochemicals
  245. Development of a monitoring system for the pea and bean weevil, Sitona lineatus L.
  246. Isosteric bond replacement in the insect neuropeptide, proctolin
  247. The influence of structure on stability, penetration and activity of analogues of the insect neuropeptide achetakinin - I
  248. Relationships between pyrethroid structure and level of resistance in houseflies (Musca domestica L.)
  249. Screening plant extracts for novel insecticides - the Rothamsted experience
  250. The incidence of Pythium spp. and Aphanomyces cochlioides associated with the sugar-beet growing soils of Britain
  251. New industrial partnership explores flowering in beet
  252. A European perspective on pesticide seed treatments in sugar beet
  253. Resource capture by arable crops
  254. In vitro adventitious shoot production of Beta vulgaris and Beta maritima
  255. The 1994 IIRB Winter Congress: integrated production, nitrogen recommendations and a new herbicide
  256. Why are bolting and flowering important in sugar beet?
  257. Pesticide seed treatments prove their worth in sugar beet
  258. Characterisation of Polymyxa species by restriction analysis of PCR-amplified ribosomal DNA
  259. Epidemiology of barley yellow dwarf virus and its aphid vectors in Kenya
  260. The identification of Brassica oleracea and B. rapa accessions expressing differential responses to Peronospora parasitica (downy mildew) at the cotyledon stage
  261. The development of immunological techniques for the detection and evaluation of fungal disease inoculum in oilseed rape crops
  262. Insecticide resistance due to insensitive acetycholinesterase in Myzus persicae and Myzus nicotianae
  263. Fungus diseases of potato tubers and strategies for their control
  264. Characterization of BYDV isolates occurring in Kenya
  265. Forecasting light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) on winter oilseed rape
  266. Effects of temperature and leaf wetness on the latent period of Rhynchosporium secalis (leaf blotch) on leaves of winter barley
  267. Incidence of barley yellow dwarf luteovirus (BYDV) on winter cereals in the Lleida basin (northeast Spain)
  268. Unharvested beet could pose virus yellows threat to this season's sugarbeet crop
  269. The case for headland set-aside
  270. Responses of Florence fennel (Foeniculum vulgare azoricum ) seeds to light, temperature and gibberellin A4/7
  271. Pest and disease review of 1993
  272. Growth of beet crops in 1993
  273. The effect of pellet weight on the distribution of imidacloprid applied to sugar-beet pellets
  274. The physiological advancement of sugar-beet seeds
  275. The effects of climate change on pest insects in the UK. Confidential report for Greenpeace Ltd
  276. Commitment to long-term agricultural research: a message for science, sponsors and industry (The Bawden Lecture, 1994)
  277. Vacuole development in evacuolated oat mesophyll protoplasts
  278. Analysis of insect serine esterase genes from medically and agriculturally important pest species. PhD thesis, QMUL
  279. The development of control strategies for Varroa jacobsoni in colonies of Apis mellifera
  280. Progression of barley yellow dwarf luteovirus in the field over winter with respect to growth stage at time of inoculation
  281. The role of hydrophobicity in attachment of urediniospores and sporelings of Uromyces viciae-fabae
  282. Control of crucifer pests with the entomogenous fungus Metarhizium anisopliae
  283. Interactions between Metarhizium anisopliae and Frankliniella occidentalis
  284. Monitoring of the entomogenous fungus Metarhizium anisopliae during field trials using RAPD-PCR and RFP-PCR
  285. Structural studies on the infection processes of entomogenous fungi
  286. Antennal glands of Psylliodes chrysocephala and their possible role in reproductive behaviour
  287. The dependence of crop production within the European Union on pollination by honey bees
  288. Land use changes and honey bee forage plants
  289. The importance of understanding the centres of origins of nematode pests
  290. Studies on nematode sensory perception as a basis for novel control strategies
  291. Factors governing the movement of apterous aphids and the implications for BYDV spread
  292. Estimating predation of the grain aphid Sitobion avenae by polyphagous predators
  293. Cereal aphid modelling through the ages
  294. Electrophoretic studies of geographic and host strains of the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi
  295. Seasonal distribution and aerial movement of adult coccinellids on farmland
  296. Nemec and Stary's "population diversity centre" hypothesis for aphid parasitoids revisited
  297. The responses of Praon spp. parasitoids to aphid sex pheromone components in the field
  298. The impact of elevated CO2 on aphid plant interactions
  299. Effects of low temperature and climate warming on overwintering aphids
  300. Low temperature survival of overwintering aphids
  301. Movement of apterous Myzus persicae in winter: requirements, restrictions and repercussions
  302. Rhabditis (Oscheius) guentheri sp.n. an unusual species with reduced posterior ovary,with observations on the Dolichura and Insectivora groups (Nematoda:Rhabditidae)
  303. Tom Goodey: the father of nematology in Britain
  304. Design of field trials and its influence on the detection of pesticide side effects
  305. A comparison of immunoassays for the quantification of root-knot nematodes extracted from soil
  306. Surface interactions of biocontrol organisms
  307. In vitro recognition of a 190 kD putative attachment receptor from the cuticle of Meloidogyne javanica by Pasteuria penetrans spore extract
  308. Host-parasite-pathogen interactions
  309. Laboratory testing of a mycopesticide on non-target organisms: the effects of an oil formulation of Metarhizium flavoviride applied to Apis mellifera
  310. Flying in the face of change
  311. Transport kinetics - agrochemicals (Extended summaries SCI Pesticides Group Symposium Current Themes in Pharaceuticals and Agrochemicals: Principles and Differences)
  312. Attempts to control aphid pests by integrated use of semiochemicals
  313. From the laboratory to the field: the major problem in developing pheromones and other semiochemicals for pest management
  314. Insecticide resistance in Bemisia tabaci : implications for management
  315. Combating pest resistance to new pesticides: monitoring the efficacy of diafenthiuron against cotton pests
  316. Insecticide resistance in Bemisia tabaci (Extended summaries SCI Pesticides Group Symposium Current Themes in Pharmaceuticals and Agrochemicals: Principles and Differences)
  317. Interactions between resistance and natural enemy suppression: a potential cause of pest resurgence following insecticide applications
  318. Progress with documenting and combating insecticide resistance in Bemisia tabaci
  319. Applications of fertiliser cations affect cadmium and zinc concentrations in soil solutions and uptake by plants
  320. The use of commercial immunoassay kits for determining residues in drainage waters from field plot lysimeters
  321. Survival and dispersion of genetically modified rhizobia in the field and genetic interactions with native strains
  322. Measuring and modelling pollutant transport through soils and beyond: a study in uncertainty
  323. Simulation, prediction, foretelling or prophecy? Some thoughts on pedogenetic modeling
  324. Comparisons of some GLMM estimators for a simple binomial model
  325. Automatic stable parameters for nonlinear regression
  326. Aspects of statistical technique and presentation
  327. Spruce at Rothamsted
  328. A summary of new facilities in Genstat 5 Release 3
  329. Data structures and algorithms for an open system to design and analyse generally balanced designs
  330. A spectral approach to the analysis of spatial point patterns
  331. Procedure RJOINT
  332. Linear, non-linear and generalised linear modelling in Genstat. Course at Pfizer Central Research
  333. Marginal modelling of incomplete categorical data
  334. Selection models for the analysis of longitudinal data with informative dropout
  335. The precision of fixed effects estimates from restricted maximum likelihood
  336. The estimation of mean plot profiles and the identification of atypical plots using incomplete sequences of porous cup nitrate levels. Confidential report to Adas Biometrics Unit, Cheltenham
  337. The analysis of repeated measurments. Course at Pfizer Central Research. Volume 2. Genstat - further information
  338. The analysis of repeated measurements. Course at Pfizer Central Research. Volume 1. Course notes
  339. The effect of inspection on inter-alarm time intervals. Part 2. The inspection paradox and the distribution of inter-alarm times. Confidential report for Modern Security Systems
  340. The effect of inspection on inter-alarm time intervals. Part 1. The distribution of alarm-to-inspection and inspection-to-alarm intervals. Confidential report for Modern Security Systems
  341. Interaction between cabbage seed weevil (Ceutorhynchus assimilis payk.) and brassica pod midge (Dasineura brassicae Winn.) in oilseed rape pods (in Polish)
  342. Application of the British National Vegetation Classification to the communities of the Park Grass Experiment through time
  343. Reseeding in the Falkland Islands: seed rate and fertilisers for establishment
  344. Evaluation of water quality in warm water fish ponds
  345. Statistics to assist aquacultural research
  346. An expert system tool for decision analysis applications
  347. Pathogenicity of the entomogenous fungi Metarhizium anisopliae and Beauveria bassiana against crucifer pests and the honey bee
  348. The influence of glucosinolates and sugars on feeding by the cabbage stem flea beetle, Psylliodes chrysocephala
  349. Statistics for the environment 2: water related issues
  350. Outliers in statistical data
  351. Outliers in sample surveys
  352. Multivariate environmental statistics in agriculture
  353. Aliis exterendum and beyond!
  354. Statistical concepts and methods for scientists, technicians and administrators (STARS AFRC training course)
  355. Statistics and the long-term experiments: past achievements and future challenges
  356. The role of consultancy in university education and professional training in statistics
  357. Sustainability - the Rothamsted experience
  358. The role of simulation in modeling spatially correlated data
  359. The role of the Gibbs sampler in modelling the spatial distribution of wildlife from incomplete survey data
  360. Studies of glutamine synthetase in Lotus species and the occurrence of root GS2 in other legumes
  361. Interacting effects of CO2 concentration, temperature and nitrogen supply on the photosynthesis and composition of winter wheat leaves
  362. Isolation of DNA polymerase 1 (po1A) mutant of Rhizobium leguminosarum that has significantly reduced levels of an IncQ-group plasmid
  363. A host-specific, nitrogen fixation mutant of Bradyrhizobium : physiology on three host plants
  364. Molecular investigation of the role of cytochrome P450 in herbicide cross-resistant grass species
  365. Analysis of carbon fluxes in plant and crop environment interactions: use of radio- and stable isotopes
  366. Disruptive effects of protein on performance of liquid membrane-based ion-selective microelectrodes
  367. Expression of nitrate transporters in Xenopus oocytes
  368. An investigation of K+ homeostasis in barley root cells using triple-barrelled K+- and pH-selective microelectrodes
  369. Remobilization of stored nitrate in barley root cells
  370. Cloning and analysis of a putative high affinity nitrate transporter from barley
  371. Kinetics of STP1- an Arabidopsis hexose/proton cotransporter expressed in Xenopus oocytes
  372. Gene transfer and expression in Cassava
  373. Transient expression in Cassava somatic embryos via tissue electroporation
  374. Salinity tolerance and potassium deficiency in barley cell culture systems
  375. Ionic strength and the kinetics of the vacuolar pyrophosphatase
  376. The transport of xenobiotic glutathione conjugates into the vacuoles of barley leaf cells
  377. Evidence for the binding of Mg2PPi and Mg2+ to the vacuolar PPase
  378. Biotinylation and immunolabelling of surface proteins in plants cells: a strategy for studying the turnover of plasma membrane transport proteins
  379. Formation and vacuolar accumulation of bimane-glutathione conjugates in cultured plant cells
  380. Attempts at cloning a plant inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor
  381. Differential effects of turgor on potassium and sucrose transport in sugar beet storage roots
  382. The effect of chemically synthesised phytosiderophores on the uptake of Fe in cereals
  383. Multiplication of English isolates of potato pale cyst-nematode, Globodera pallida , on potatoes of differing nematode resistance and the identity of potato cyst-nematode populations
  384. The control of potato pale cyst-nematode (Globodera pallida ) by chemical and cultural methods in different soils
  385. The effect of cultivar, carbofuran and row spacing on the incidence of stem and leaf nematodes (Ditylenchus dipsaci and Aphelenchoides ritzema-vosi) in lucerne (Medicago sativa) and on lucerne herbage yield
  386. The nematophagous fungus Verticillium chlamydosporium produces a chymoelastase-like protease which hydrolyses host nematode proteins in situ
  387. Simulation of the movement of bentazon in soils using the CALF and PRZM models
  388. Ecological considerations for the use of the nematophagous fungus, Verticillium chlamydosporium , to control plant parasitic nematodes
  389. Biotechnological approaches to rice genetic improvement
  390. Lysine 128 mutants alter kinetics of Rubisco
  391. A survey of the incidence of the Bromus species as weeds of winter cereals in England, Wales and parts of Scotland
  392. Environmental factors and morphological discriminations between spring and summer migrants of the English grain aphid, Sitobion avenae
  393. Cytochrome P450-catalysed monoterpenoid oxidation in catmint (Nepeta racemosa ) and avocado (Persea americana ): evidence for related enzymes with different activities
  394. Influence of physicochemical properties on uptake and loss of pesticides and adjuvants from the leaf surface
  395. The temperature-dependence of the maximum axial growth pressure of roots of pea (Pisum sativum L.)
  396. Oils, lipid-based and related chemicals
  397. Factors influencing the loss of pesticides in drainage from a cracking clay soil
  398. Production of somatic hybrid calli between Hordeum vulgare L. and Hordeum bulbosum L.
  399. Nutrient losses and crop yields in the Woburn Erosion Experiment.
  400. The distribution and genetic structure of farmland moth communities
  401. Latitudinal changes in seasonal flight patterns of Wesmaelius subnebulosus (Steph) and W. nervosus (Fabr) (Neur, Hemerobiidae)
  402. Immunocytochemical studies on the occurrence of gamma-aminobutyric acid in the nervous system of the nematodes Panagrellus redivivus, Meloidogyne incognita and Globodera rostochiensis
  403. Mutations in the alpha 2(IV) basement membrane collagen gene of Caenorhabditis elegans produce phenotypes of differing severities
  404. Invasion and development of Verticillium lecanii in the western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis
  405. A new method of detecting and measuring spatial non-randomness
  406. Chaotic dynamics can generate Taylor's power law
  407. Biotic and abiotic factors affecting movement of apterous aphids and disease spread
  408. The transmission of barley yellow dwarf virus at different temperatures
  409. Characterisation of isolates of the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae by RAPD-PCR
  410. Aerobiology and health - the role of airborne fungal spores in respiratory disease
  411. Integrated methods for the prevention of moulding in farm stored grain (summary report)
  412. Effects of watering potato plants before harvest and of curing conditions on development of tuber diseases during storage
  413. Long term trends in aphid flight phenology consistent with global warming: methods and some preliminary results
  414. Recommendations for naming plant pathogenesis-related proteins
  415. Using plants to clean up heavy metals in soils
  416. Calculating the annual input of organic matter to soil from radiocarbon measurements
  417. Secondary metabolites in plant defence mechanisms
  418. Morph identification in natural populations of alate female bird cherry aphids, Rhopalosiphum padi L., by multivariate methods
  419. A combined coccinellid and aphid population dynamics model
  420. Amendments to a model describing Sitobion avenae population dynamics
  421. Significance of a chymoelastase-like protease from the nematophagous fungus Verticillium chlamydosporium
  422. Recent significant additions and corrigenda to the list of Lepidoptera recorded in Shropshire
  423. A new method of detecting and measuring spatial non-randomness
  424. A new method of detecting and measuring spatial non-randomness
  425. Interactions between two aphid natural enemies, the entomophthoralean fungus Erynia neoaphidis and the predatory beetle Coccinella septempunctata
  426. Foreword (to Recent trends in aerobiology, allergy and immunology )
  427. Whither aerobiology
  428. Salicylic acid-induced accumulation of glucosinolates in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) leaves
  429. Methods for the study of Verticillium chlamydosporium in the rhizosphere
  430. Development of Verticillium chlamydosporium as a biological control agent for some plant-parasitic nematodes - an ecological approach
  431. Design of field trials and its influence on the detection of pesticide side effects
  432. Control of skin spot and silver scurf on stored cv. King Edward potatoes by chemical and non-chemical methods
  433. The impact of climate change on aphid population dynamics and phenology
  434. Biological control of the Diamondback moth Plutella xylostella using Zoophthora radicans : interactions with other natural enemies
  435. Overwintering success of insecticide-susceptible and resistant peach-potato aphids (Myzus persicae )
  436. Myzus persicae esterases and their amplified genes
  437. Improved technique for quantitative comparison of conidial production by fungal inocula receiving different formulation treatments
  438. Partial resistance to barley mild mosaic virus in barley cv. Sprite
  439. Infection of cereals and grasses by isolates of Polymyxa graminis (Plasmodiophorales)
  440. Investigating increased sulphur deficiency in the United Kingdom
  441. Comparison of sulphur uptake by oilseed rape and the soil sulphur status of two adjacent fields with different soil series
  442. Long-term field experiments: their importance in understanding sustainable land use
  443. Water quality and fertilser use - understanding the nitrate problem
  444. Soil organic nitrogen - its structure, dynamics and role in the nitrogen cycle of agricultural soils
  445. Some factors controlling carotene destruction by chloroplasts in vitro
  446. Reduction in phosphoribulokinase activity by antisense RNA in transgenic tobacco: effect on CO2 assimilation and growth measured in low-light growing conditions
  447. Maximal Rubisco activity
  448. Survey on the contribution of weed biology and herbicides to weed management in the UK
  449. Guidelines for the prevention and control of herbicide-resistant black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides Huds.)
  450. Risk assessment of sulphur deficiency in cereals using computer-based techniques
  451. Land application of sewage sludge: scientific perspectives of heavy metal loading limits in Europe and the United States
  452. Recent considerations of grassland "soil quality" in temperate regions
  453. Measuring the community structure of the soil microbial biomass
  454. Relationships between leaf temperature, compatible solutes and antitranspirant treatment in some desert plants
  455. Microbial biomass P dynamics in soil
  456. What controls photosynthesis?
  457. Handling anopore filters for SEM
  458. Changes in glucosinolates during crop development in single- and double-low genotypes of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ):II. Profiles and tissue-water concentrations in vegetative tissues and developing pods
  459. Changes in glucosinolates during crop development in single- and double-low genotypes of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ):I Production and distribution in vegetative tissues and developing pods during development and potential role in the recycling of sulphur within the crop
  460. Lupins - a potentially valuable break crop for the UK
  461. Effects of methods of cereal straw disposal, seedbed preparation and sowing method on the establishment, yield and oil content of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  462. First report of barley yellow dwarf luteovirus on Miscanthus in the United Kingdom
  463. The effect of ploughing, direct drilling and minimal cultivation on drained and undrained land on yield and nitrogen uptake of crops grown on clay soil, 1979-1992
  464. Effects of heavy metals at around current permitted EC limits on the synthesis and turnover of the soil microbial biomass
  465. Mobilization of aluminium in soil by acid deposition and its uptake by grass cut for hay-a Chemical Time Bomb
  466. Lysine 128 mutants alter kinetics of Rubisco
  467. Synthesis of CA1P, a regulator of Rubisco activity, from products of photosynthesis
  468. Effects of heavy metals from a mine in Gipuzkoa, Spain on soil microbial biomass and organic matter dynamics
  469. The possibility of in situ heavy metal decontamination of polluted soils using crops of metal-accumulating plants
  470. Tillage and crop residue management effects on losses of chemicals from soils
  471. The effect of growth at elevated CO2 upon photosynthesis in wheat
  472. The molecular response to environmental nitrate in Arabidopsis roots
  473. Biosynthesis of glucosinolates in oilseed rape leaves
  474. Problems and limitations in studying plant primary metabolism
  475. The bulk extraction and quality of leaf protein
  476. Salicylic acid and its derivatives in plants: medicines, metabolites and messenger molecules
  477. Effect of decreased PRK activity on photosynthesis in conditions of varying light, CO2 and water availability
  478. Reduction in phosphoribulokinase activity by antisense RNA in transgenic tobacco: effect on CO2 assimilation and growth
  479. Structure and function of STPI, the Arabidopsis H+/glucose transporter expressed in Xenopus oocytes
  480. Effects of heavy metals from sewage sludge on soil microbes in agricultural ecosystems.
  481. Compartmentation of nutrient ions in relation to supply and growth
  482. The use of mutants and transgenic plants to study amino acid metabolism
  483. The effect of water deficit on photosynthetic carbon metabolism
  484. Chloroplast ultrastructure of Beta vulgaris plants cultivated under varying nitrogen supply and elevated CO2 concentration
  485. Effects of one to six year old ryegrass-clover leys on soil nitrogen and on the subsequent yields and fertilizer nitrogen requirements of the arable sequence winter wheat, potatoes, winter wheat, winter beans (Vicia faba ) grown on a sandy loam soil
  486. Identification and localisation of an active cutinase in the pollen of Brassica napus L.
  487. The effect of growth at elevated CO2 upon photosynthesis in wheat
  488. Cells of the upper and lower epidermis of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) leaves exhibit distinct patterns of vacuolar solutes
  489. Local distribution of vacuolar solutes within the upper epidermis of barley leaves. Second surprise: disappearance of gradients during NaCl stress
  490. Local distribution of vacuolar solutes within the upper epidermis of barley leaves. First surprise: existence of gradients
  491. Molecular studies of plant secondary metabolism; localization and regulation of terpenoid biosynthesis
  492. Compartmental analysis of 35SO42- exchange kinetics in roots and leaves of a tropical legume Macroptilium atropurpureum cv Siratro
  493. A metabolic control analysis of the glutamine synthetase/glutamate synthase cycle in isolated barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) chloroplasts
  494. The kinetics of azaserine and phosphinothricin inhibition of glutamate synthase cycle enzymes from barley leaves
  495. Effects of beet cryptic virus infection on sugar beet in field trials
  496. Use of the polymerase chain reaction for identifying plant pathogens
  497. Modelling the population dynamics of coccinellids and aphids
  498. Insecticide-insensitive acetylcholinesterase can enhance esterase-based resistance in Myzus persicae and Myzus nicotianae
  499. Aspergilli in feeds and seeds
  500. Changes in the ultrastructure of the amphids of the potato cyst nematode, Globodera rostochiensis during development and infection
  501. Trends in herbage yields over the last century on the Rothamsted long-term continuous hay experiment
  502. Spoilage of cereal grains by thermophilous fungi
  503. Infectivity and population dynamics of the rice stem nematode, Ditylenchus augustus
  504. Infection of potato stem bases, stolons and tubers by Polyscytalum pustulans (Owen & Wakef.) Ellis and development of sclerotia
  505. Influence of stem canker (Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn) on tuber yield, tuber size, reducing sugars and crisp colour in cv. Record
  506. Differential attachment of Pasteuria penetrans to Meloidogyne species
  507. The differentiation of parasitic nematodes using random amplified polymorphic DNA
  508. A biochemical and toxicological study of the role of insensitive acetylcholinesterase in organophosphorus resistant Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) from Israel
  509. The effect of temperature on growth and survival of protoplasts of the Gypsy Moth pathogen Entomophaga maimaiga
  510. Comparison of three wet digestion methods for the determination of plant sulphur by inductively coupled plasma atomic spectroscopy (ICP-AES)
  511. Long-term effects of metal contamination on soil microorganisms
  512. Land suitability for autumn-sown determinate lupins
  513. Amino acids as effectors of nitrate reductase and sucrose-phosphate synthase activities in spinach leaves
  514. Breakdown of CA1P: partial purification and isolectric focusing of CA1P phosphatase
  515. The carbon and nitrogen dependence of plant development
  516. Long-term field experiments: their importance in understanding sustainable land use
  517. The soil microbial biomass - before, beyond and back
  518. Culture of protoplasts isolated directly from cereal tissues: recovery of callus from protoplasts isolated from barley scutellum
  519. Jurassic, Cretaceous and Quaternary rocks of Filey Bay and Speeton
  520. The relationship between red edge and chlorophyll concentration in the Broadbalk Winter Wheat Experiment at Rothamsted
  521. Long-term effects of land application of sewage sludge in soils, microorganisms and plants
  522. Sulphur, phosphorus, potassium and copper - measuring crop needs, impacts on quality and options for management
  523. Membrane potential-dependent calcium transport in right-side-out plasma membrane vesicles from Zea mays L. roots
  524. Energy and carbon imbalance under stress and consequences for chloroplast function
  525. Physiological and biochemical criteria for evaluating genotypic responses to heat and related stresses
  526. Relation between carbon and nitrogen assimilation, tissue composition and whole plant function
  527. The setting-up, conduct and applicability of long-term, continuing field experiments in agricultural research
  528. Effect of land use, especially fertilizer and acidity, on the oxidation of methane by soil
  529. The testing and classification of herbicide-resistant Alopecurus myosuroides (black grass)
  530. Transformation of cereals via particle bombardment of inflorescence cultures
  531. Transformation of cereals via particle bombardment of inflorescence cultures
  532. Transgenic cereal (tritordeum) plants obtained at high efficiency by microprojectile bombardment of inflorescence tissue
  533. In situ remediation of metal-contaminated soils using crops of hyperaccumulator plants: potentials and future prospects
  534. Mutation of lysine 128 in the large subunit of Anacystis nidulans Rubisco affects catalytic properties
  535. Biosynthesis of CA1P: tracer experiments using French bean leaves
  536. Keeping nitrate in its place
  537. Occurrence of thermophilic actinomycetes in natural substrates in Nigeria
  538. Preliminary caged-field trial, using the fungal pathogen Zoophthora radicans Brefeld (Zygomycetes: Entomophthorales) against the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella L (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae) in the UK
  539. Dispersal of conidia of Ascochyta fabae f. sp. lentis from infected lentil plants by simulated wind and rain
  540. The response of oilseed rape (Brassica napus ssp oliefera ) accessions with different glucosinolate and erucic acid contents to four isolates of Peronospora parasitica (downy mildew) and the identification of new sources of resistance
  541. Bacterial wilt of groundnut
  542. Dispersal of spores and pollen from crops
  543. Isozyme and protein profiles of insects of agricultural and horticultural importance
  544. The presence of double-stranded RNA and virus-like particles in the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae
  545. Factors affecting growth and yield of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ), 1985-1989
  546. Measurement of airborne concentrations of spores of bracken (Pteridium aquilinum )
  547. Aerobiology and agriculture
  548. Microorganisms in organic dusts
  549. Straw disposal and cereal diseases
  550. Use of esterase and protein patterns to differentiate two new species of Aphelenchoides on rice from other species of Apelenchoides and from Ditylenchus angustus and D. myceliophagus
  551. Enemy-induced dispersal in a parasitic wasp
  552. Controlling potato tuber blemish diseases on cv. Estima with chemical and non-chemical methods
  553. Comparative investigation of MLOs associated with Caribbean and African coconut lethal decline diseases by DNA hybridization and PCR assays
  554. Molecular diversity amongst Radopholus similis populations from Sri Lanka detected by RAPD analysis
  555. Effects of previous cropping and fungicide timing on the development of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae ) seed yield and quality of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  556. Pests and plant injury on lupins in the south of England
  557. Atypical, green leaf blotch lesions on barley leaves infected by Rhynchosporium secalis (Oud.) Davis
  558. A nematode case study focusing on the application of serology
  559. Yield response to insecticide treatment of a perennial ryegrass sward following sheep grazing or cutting by machine
  560. The Rothamsted Varroa project
  561. British beekeeping practice and honey sources in the nineteen eighties
  562. Biochemical studies of insecticide resistance in the whitefly Bemisia tabaci
  563. Predicting leatherjacket population frequencies in Northern Ireland
  564. Selection in populations of the eyespot fungus in continuous wheat by repeated applications of carbendazim and prochloraz
  565. Evaluation of fungicides applied to soil to control naturally- occurring take-all using a balanced-incomplete-block design and very small plots
  566. Fungally-transmitted mosaic viruses of barley
  567. Cloning and analysis of a putative high affinity nitrate transporter from barley
  568. Volunteer oilseed rape - strategies for control
  569. The response of four spring-sown combinable arable crops to weed competition.
  570. Epidermal solute concentrations and osmolality in barley leaves studied at the single-cell level. Changes along the leaf blade during leaf ageing and NaCl stress
  571. Concentrations of inorganic and organic solutes in extracts from individual epidermal, mesophyll and bundle sheath cells of barley leaves
  572. AT-rich elements (ATREs) in the promoter regions of nodulin and other higher plant genes: a novel class of cis-acting regulatory element?
  573. Cloning and characterization of P-glycoprotein homologues from barley
  574. Seven decades of bee research at Rothamsted. A lecture given to the Central Association of Bee-keepers, 14th May 1993
  575. Sampling to determine patterns of disease in linseed
  576. Identification of fungi in the Gaeumannomyces-Phialophora complex by RFLPs of PCR-amplified ribosomal DNAs
  577. Identification of fungi in the Gaeumannomyces-Phialophora complex associated with take-all of cereals and grasses using DNA probes
  578. Development of field strategies incorporating semiochemicals for the control of the pea and bean weevil, Sitona lineatus L.
  579. A further record of Schrankia intermedialis Reid, the Autumnal Snout (Lep.: Noctuidae), in Kent
  580. Chloroclystis chloerata Mabille, the Sloe Pug (Lep.: Geometridae) in Wales
  581. Sampling and applied statistics for pests and diseases
  582. Aphelenchoides nechaleos n.sp. and A. paranechaleos n.sp. (Nematoda: Aphelenchoididae) from rice plants
  583. Sampling soil for decision making in potato cyst nematode management
  584. Monitoring and forecasting for BYDV control - the way forward?
  585. Respiratory symptoms, immunological responses and aeroallergen concentrations at a sawmill
  586. Observer behaviour in assessment of lodging in cereals
  587. Studies on the glycosaminoglycan component of trail mucus from the terrestrial slug, Arion ater L.
  588. New approaches to plant-parasitic nematode control
  589. Longidorus arthensis sp.n. (Nematoda: Longidoridae) a vector of cherry rosette disease caused by a new nepovirus in cherry trees in Switzerland
  590. Honey bee viruses
  591. Variabilite du genre Polymyxa : etudes biologiques et genomiques
  592. Ion-selective microelectrodes
  593. Visits, letters and better red hot peppers
  594. Tannins and mycotoxins
  595. Agricultural Zoology Reviews
  596. When does one-sided competition fail to make size distribution more skewed?
  597. Phosphorus fertilization residues: problem for the restoration of floristic diversity to wet grassland?
  598. Intake behaviour and production responses by sheep, in different physiological states, grazing monocultures of grass or white clover
  599. A large soil block and integrated sampling system for fine vegetation investigations of preferential flow
  600. Yield response to insecticide treatment of a perennial ryegrass sward following sheep grazing or cutting by machine (research note)
  601. Use of satellite tracking system to record the foraging behaviour of hill sheep
  602. Use of a `flow-over' incubation technique without acetylene blocking to measure the effect of the factors controlling denitrification in a grassland soil
  603. Transfer of nitrogen from damaged roots of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) to closely associated roots of intact perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.)
  604. The use of short-term weight changes to measure intake rates in grazing dairy cattle
  605. The productivity and response to inorganic fertilisers of species-rich wetland hay meadows on the Somerset moors: the effect of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium on herbage production
  606. The productivity and response to inorganic fertilizers of species- rich wetland hay meadows on the Somerset Moors: nitrogen response under hay cutting and aftermath grazing
  607. The pollution potential and flows of nitrogen to waters and the atmosphere from grassland under grazing
  608. The effects of sward height and concentrate supplementation on the performance of spring calving dairy cows grazing perennial ryegrass - white clover swards
  609. The effects of osmotic pre-sowing treatment on laboratory germination in a range of wild flower species
  610. The effects of inorganic fertilizers in flower-rich hay meadows on the Somerset levels
  611. The effect of inorganic fertilizers on botanical diversity and agricultural production on the Somerset levels
  612. The effect of genotype x environment interactions on biological efficiency in beef cows
  613. The effect of elevated CO2 on the growth of grass/clover mixtures and clover monocultures under simulated grazing in open top chambers in the field
  614. The effect of concentrate level on the intakes of silages or hays by ewes in the first month of lactation
  615. Temporal variation in grazing behaviour of sheep and the reliability of sampling periods
  616. Synchronisation of ingestive behaviour by grazing cows
  617. Study tour to Sitona specialists and other entomologists in the USA, 10-27 May 1994
  618. Species-rich grassland: research programme and perceived problems
  619. Soil water and nutrient dynamics in a silvopastoral agroforestry system
  620. Simulation of the dynamics of protozoa in the rumen
  621. Simulation of protozoal dynamics and protozoal contribution to nutrient supply in ruminants
  622. Simulation of protozoal dynamics in the rumen
  623. Simulation of nutrient dynamics in the gastro-intestinal tract of ruminants
  624. Simulation of nutrient flows in the gastro-intestinal tract of ruminants in the tropics
  625. Selective grazing by sheep and goats in a heterogenous environment
  626. Response of permanent and reseeded grassland to fertilizer nitrogen. 2. Effects on concentrations of Ca, Mg, K, Na, S, P, Mn, Zn, Cu, Co and Mo in herbage at a range of sites
  627. Report on visit to Caen University: AFRC/INRA collaborative agreement, 9-11 March 1994
  628. Report on a visit to UTAD (University of Tras-os-Montes e Alto Douro), Vila Real, Portugal, 18-22 March 1994
  629. Repeatability of behavioural measurements on grazing dairy cows
  630. Relationships between soil microbial populations and plant communities in upland grasslands and meadows under management change
  631. Reducing emissions from land associated with ruminant production
  632. Reduced N fertilizer and agrochemicals application in bi-cropped cereals
  633. Progress in development of a clover-cereal bi-cropping system
  634. Production and absorption of volatile fatty acids in the rumen
  635. Preliminary studies of the exchanges of methane between grassland and the atmosphere
  636. Prediction of the protein degradation and ammonia formation by bacteria and protozoa in the rumen
  637. Potential for denitrification at depth below long-term grass swards
  638. Physiological and morphological factors determining regrowth after defoliation
  639. Peptide utilization by the mammary gland of lactating goats
  640. Odour nuisance from livestock production systems
  641. Occurrence of foliar fungal diseases of grasses in the UK
  642. Nutrient metabolism and utilization in the mammary gland
  643. Near real-time determination of nitrate leaching as an integrated component of a large soil block experiment for fine resolution preferential flow investigation
  644. Modelling the behaviour of protozoa in the reticulo-rumen using linear programming
  645. Modelling philosophy and application in ruminant nutrition
  646. Modelling digestive processes in cattle fed sugar cane diets
  647. Microbial community structure in differently managed upland grassland soils: analysis of fungal and bacterial phospholipid fatty acids
  648. Methane emissions from excreta of grazing animals
  649. Methane emissions from dairy farm systems
  650. Managing grass/clover swards to produce differing clover proportions (research note)
  651. Management options to limit nitrate leaching from grassland
  652. Low rate irrigation of dilute farm wastes
  653. Kinetics of the denitrification in a soil under permanent pasture
  654. Investigations of the host feeding preferences of Sitona weevils found commonly on white clover (Trifolium repens ) in the UK
  655. Integration of theories of intake regulation in growing ruminants
  656. Intake and behaviour responses by sheep to changes in sward characteristics under rotational grazing
  657. Influence of grass seed rate, herbicide (bentazone), molluscide (methiocarb) and insecticide (triazophos) on white clover (Trifolium repens ) establishment, herbage yield and sward botanical composition
  658. Incidence of infection of grasses by endophytic fungi in the UK, and effects of infection on animal health, pest and disease damage, and plant growth
  659. Identification of parental and recombined chromosomes in hybrid derivatives of Lolium multiflorum x Festuca pratensis by genomic in situ hybridization
  660. Identification of grazing areas which may influence radiocaesium levels in West Cumbrian sheep
  661. Identification of grazing habits/areas which may influence radiocaesium levels in West Cumbrian sheep
  662. Growth measurements of carabid beetle larvae
  663. Growing cereals in clover based swards
  664. Greenhouse gas emissions from intensive livestock systems: their estimation and technologies for reduction
  665. Grassland management and herbage mineral composition
  666. Global importance and global cycling of selenium
  667. Future directions for grassland farming - a research scientist's view
  668. Field boundaries and other landscape features in upland areas of England and Wales
  669. Fertilizers on haymeadows: a compromise?
  670. Feeding by adults of Sitona lineatus (Coleoptera; Curculionidae) on seedlings of lucerne (Medicago sativa L.)
  671. Fasting affects intake behaviour and diet preference of grazing sheep
  672. Farm woodlands as nitrate soils
  673. Factors affecting the rate of insensible weight loss in dairy cattle
  674. Exploiting resource capture - grassland
  675. Evaluation of the nutritional characteristics of tropical feeds using the pressure transducer gas measurement technique
  676. Evaluation of the inclusion of estimators of body composition in models for the prediction of milk production by dairy cows
  677. Evaluation of companion grasses for Lotus in the UK
  678. Estimation of the distribution of protozoa in the rumen by linear programming
  679. Empirical relationship describing the effects of preferential flow on nitrate leaching
  680. Effects of the scale and spatial distribution of the food resource and animal state on diet selection: an example with sheep
  681. Effects of sward height and concentrate supplementation on the ingestive behaviour of spring-calving dairy cows grazing grass-clover swards
  682. Effects of livestock wastes on the structure of microbial populations in two contrasting grassland soils
  683. Effects of delay in reapplication of nitrogen fertilizer following cutting silage from a ryegrass sward (research note)
  684. Effect of supplementation on production by spring-calving dairy cows grazing swards of differing clover content
  685. Effect of root feeding invertebrates on short term transfer of N from white clover to perennial ryegrass
  686. Effect of level of concentrate supplementation on the grazing behaviour of spring calving dairy cows grazing perennial ryegrass-white clover swards
  687. Diurnal patterns of ingestive behaviour by sheep
  688. Distribution of Sitona weevils in grass/clover swards in England and Wales
  689. Diet preference of sheep: effects of recent diet, physiological state and species abundance
  690. Development of a `flow-over' technique to measure N2 and N2O fluxes during soil incubation
  691. Determination of gaseous and particulate selenium over a rural grassland in the UK
  692. Design of a large soil block for fine temporal and spatial resolution investigations of preferential flow
  693. Denitrification and the evolution of nitrous oxide after the application of cattle slurry to a peat soil
  694. Defining and evaluating grassland management associated with low losses of nitrogen
  695. Companion species to improve seasonality of production and nutrient uptake in grass/clover swards
  696. Clovers and other grazed legumes in UK pasture land
  697. Clover heterogeneity: preference of ewes and lambs for tall and short areas where grazing clover monocultures
  698. Choosing companion grasses for Lotus
  699. Changing grassland utilization and its implications for pollen production and hay fever
  700. Bi-cropping, a useful system for the future
  701. Bi-cropping, a new use for white clover
  702. Bi-cropping cuts wheat costs
  703. Assessing preferential flow using integrated experimental and modelling techniques
  704. Analytical techniques for phosphorus in water
  705. Ammonia emission and denitrification following surface spreading and injection of cattle slurry to grassland
  706. Amino acid metabolism in the mammary gland of the lactating ruminant
  707. Acclimation of NO3- fluxes to low root temperature by Brassica napus in relation to NO3- supply
  708. Accelerated soil erosion in the Picos de Europa, Northern Spain
  709. Abstracts of Communications. Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Meeting of the Agricultural Research Modellers' Group
  710. Abstracts of Communications. Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Meeting of the AFRC Modellers' Group
  711. Abstracts of Communications
  712. A solid state grazing behaviour recording system
  713. A simple gas production method using a pressure transducer to determine the fermentation kinetics of ruminant feeds
  714. A review of nitrogen mineralization and immobilization in UK agricultural soils
  715. A review of damage caused by pests and diseases to white clover
  716. A review of damage caused by pests and diseases to agricultural grasses in the UK
  717. A note on the behavioural strategies used by grazing animals to alter their intake rates
  718. A mechanistic model of some physical determinants of intake rate and diet selection in a two-species temperate grassland sward
  719. A field-based spectrophotometric flow-injection system for automatic determination of chloride in soil water
  720. A cost-benefit model of grazing intake and diet selection in a two-species temperate grassland sward
  721. A correction for particulate matter loss when applying the polyester-bag method
  722. Sitona weevils (Coleoptera; Curculionidae) as agents for rapid transfer of nitrogen from white clover (Trifolium repens L.) to perennial ryegrass