1. Use of isoenzyme and protein phenotypes to discriminate between six Pratylenchus species from Great Britain
  2. The reliability of visual estimates of disease severity on cereal leaves
  3. Decline of potato cyst nematodes, Globodera rostochiensis and Globodera pallida, in spring barley microplots
  4. Molecular genetics of fungicide targets in the maize pathogen, Ustilago maydis
  5. Using allele-specific oligonucleotide probes to characterize benzimidazole resistance in Rhynchosporium secalis
  6. Inoculation of young pine seedlings with Peridermium pini from north-east Scotland
  7. Are polychlorinated biphenyls produced naturally? Results from recent UK investigations
  8. Movement of water and the herbicides atrazine and isoproturon through a large structured clay soil core
  9. The Significance of the Retention of Atmospherically Deposited Cadmium on Plant-Surfaces to the Cadmium Content of Herbage
  10. Structure, assembly and targeting of wheat storage proteins
  11. Differential expression of two barley SNF1-related protein-kinase genes
  12. The plant-cell cycle
  13. Frank Yates, 12 May 1902 - 17 June 1994
  14. Nonrandom chromosome variation and morphogenic potential in cell-lines of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
  15. Chromosome 5D instability in cell-lines of Triticum tauschii and morphological variation in regenerated plants
  16. Atomic-force microscopy of plant chromosomes
  17. Analysis of rye B-chromosome structure using fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)
  18. Biotechnology, biodiversity, and conversation
  19. Somaclonal variation as a tool for crop improvement
  20. Plant members of a family of sulfate transporters reveal functional subtypes
  21. Isolation and Expression of Three Gibberellin 20-Oxidase cDNA Clones from Arabidopsis
  22. Seed storage proteins: structures and biosynthesis
  23. Isolation of a cDNA encoding a cytochrome b5 specifically expressed in developing tobacco seeds
  24. Isolation and characterisation of cDNA clones representing the genes encoding the major tuber storage protein (dioscorin) of yam (Dioscorea cayenensis Lam.)
  25. Expression and in vitro targeting of a sunflower oleosin
  26. Mechanisms involved in the safening of imidazolinone activity in maize by naphthalic anhydride and BAS 145138
  27. Detecting interactions between mixtures of compounds using the shifted multiplicative model (SHMM)
  28. Barley yellow dwarf luteovirus (BYDV) infection of grasses grown for biomass
  29. Spatial analysis in Genstat 5
  30. Phosphate concentrations in wheat as indicators of crop phosphorus supply
  31. Fitting the negative binomial distribution
  32. Predicting spring migration of the damson-hop aphid Phorodon humuli (Homoptera: Aphididae) from historical records of host-plant flowering phenology and weather
  33. The potential for heavy metal decontamination
  34. Sequence comparison and classification of beet luteovirus isolates
  35. Movements of carabids in an agricultural setting
  36. A comparison of immunoassays for the quantification of root-knot nematodes extracted from soil
  37. AMOEBA: Fitting routine to fit foliage cover model to data for satellite yield forecasting
  38. SYF: Sugar beet yield forecasting model
  39. Genstat 3[2] Procedure Library
  40. Genstat 5 Release 3.1 version for Hewlatt Packard 9000 Series 700
  41. Genstat 5 Release 3.1 version for Dec Alpha AXP OSF/1
  42. SADIEM: software for measuring and testing for spatial association and dissociation (Fortran program and documentation)
  43. SADIEM: software for spatial pattern analysis of mapped data. (Fortran program and documentation)
  44. SADIEC: software for spatial pattern analysis of count data (Fortran program and documentation)
  45. SADIESIM: software to simulate patterns with specific degrees of aggregation (Fortran program and documentation)
  46. Aspergillus nidulans nitrate transporter, (crnA ). Full length cDNA
  47. Barley nitrate reductase, (Nir1 ), partial cDNA
  48. Simulating the effects of climate on Sitobion avenae F. (Homoptera: aphididae) and Coccinella septempunctata L. (Coleoptera: coccinellidae)
  49. Barley mild mosaic virus. Complete RNA-2, mechanically inoculated isolate
  50. Suite of MS-DOS programs for identifying short regions of homology in virus sequences, which could be used as primer sites
  51. Electrophysiological analysis of sensory responses of parasitic nematodes
  52. Techniques for isolating fungi from cyst nematodes and soil
  53. Some aspects of biological control of cyst nematodes
  54. Genstat for Windows. Release 3.2 manual supplement
  55. Genstat for Windows reference summary
  56. Transformation and gene expression in Cassava via tissue electroporation and particle bombardment
  57. Evaluating grasses as a biomass resource for energy - some preliminary results
  58. Sampling and assay of bioaerosols
  59. Studies of UK isolates of barley yellow mosaic virus
  60. Molecular analysis of benzimidazole resistance in Rhyncosporium secalis
  61. Farming, fertilizers and the greenhouse effect
  62. Agriculture and methane
  63. Effects of plant age, leaf age and virus yellows infection on the population dynamics of Myzus persicae (Homoptera: Aphididiae) on sugarbeet in field plots
  64. Epidemiological studies on the health of workers in the poultry industry
  65. Effect of one year rotational set-aside on immediate and ensuing nitrogen leaching loss
  66. Fungal pathogenesis of nematodes: variations on a theme
  67. Movement of bymoviruses
  68. Evaluation of outdoor and indoor airborne viable Cladosporium and Penicillium propagules in Mexico City
  69. Fertilization effects on organic matter in physically fractionated soils as studied by 13C NMR: results from two long-term field experiments
  70. The importance of long-term field trials in understanding sustainable farming systems: the Rothamsted experience
  71. Thrips biology and management (NATO ASI Series A Vol. 276)
  72. The computer analysis of factorial experiments: in memoriam Frank Yates
  73. Effect of simulated wind gusts on removal and dispersal of spores of plant pathogenic fungi
  74. Detection of airborne spores using monoclonal antibodies: a novel spore trap
  75. The host plant can affect the susceptibility of the mustard beetle, Phaedon cochleariae to the entomogenous fungus Metarhizium anisopliae
  76. DNA coding for plant-derived ATP-dependent fructose-6-phosphate 1-phosphotransferase, recombinant vector containing the same, and method of changing sugar content of plant cell by using the vector at low temperature
  77. Cytochrome P-450 in plant/insect interactions: geraniol 10-hydroxylase and the biosynthesis of iridoid monoterpenoids
  78. Mechanism of resistance to chlorotoluron in two biotypes of the grass weed Alopecurus myosuroides
  79. Preliminary studies on the virus diseases of black pepper in Sarawak
  80. Roman Mieczyslaw Sawicki, 20 April 1930 - 22 July 1990
  81. Barley yellow dwarf virus strain incidence in small grain cereals in northeast Spain
  82. Le proprieta microbiologiche come potenziali indicatori nel monitoraggio dell'inquinamento del suolo
  83. Chemical composition of wheat grain: I. Survey results; II.Effects of copper amendment on bread quality. Home-Grown Cereals Authority Project Report No. 102
  84. Population dynamics of indigenous and genetically modified rhizobia in the field
  85. Monitoring genetically manipulated rhizobia in field soil samples
  86. MODEVAL: quantitative methods to evaluate and compare SOM models
  87. Nitrate losses from arable land in Chichester Harbour
  88. Herbicide tolerant crops - a perspective
  89. Overwintering of the entomopathogenic fungus Erynia neoaphidis on foliage under field and laboratory conditions
  90. Feeding behaviour of fourth instar Coccinella septempunctata larvae on Acyrthosiphon pisum aphids infected with Erynia neoaphidis
  91. Enhancement of Zoophthora radicans infection in larvae of the diamondback moth by the presence of foraging Diadegma semiclausum
  92. Evaluation of a sex pheromone trap for the autodissemination of the fungal entomopathogen Zoophthora radicans by the diamondback moth Plutella xylostella
  93. A study of the factors affecting the selection of insecticide resistant Myzus persicae . Report to the Sugar Beet Research and Education Committee for 1994-1995
  94. Determination of factors affecting grain aphid movement with reference to spread of BYDV in the autumn and winter and forecasting direct damage in summer. Home-Grown Cereals Authority Project Report No. 110
  95. Monitoring vector aphid dynamics. Report to the Sugar Beet Research and Education Committee for 1994-1995
  96. Rothamsted Insect Survey Light Trap Newsletter
  97. Fatal attraction
  98. Spatial and temporal genetic variation in British field populations of the grain aphid, Sitobion avenae (F.) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) studied using RAPD-PCR
  99. Multivariate environmental statistics: research institute and field investigations
  100. The use of isoenzymes to quantify the efficiency of insect pollinators in mediating pollen flow in white clover (Trifolium repens L.) seed crops and consequences for seed yield
  101. The status and potential of parasitoids of seed weevil and pod midge on winter oilseed rape. Home-Grown Cereals Authority Oilseeds Project Report OS14
  102. Changes in growth and yield parameters of winter rape as a result of injury by the stem weevil (Ceutorhynchus quadridens )
  103. Responses of brassica pod midge (Dasineura brassicae ) and its parasitoids (Platygaster sp.) to isothiocyanates
  104. Field experiments to assess the status and importance of Trichomalus perfectus , a parasitoid of seed weevil on winter oilseed rape in the UK
  105. A history of beekeeping in Estonia
  106. STRESSNET: Proceedings 2nd STRESSNET Conference, Salsomaggiore, 21-23 September 1995 (Publication No. VI/6660/95-EN)
  107. Resource capture and processing in the whole plant as an integration of genetic and biochemical processes
  108. Genes and their products for tolerance to physical stresses in plants
  109. Photosynthetic acclimation of winter wheat to elevated CO2 and temperature
  110. Purification of CA1P-phosphatase and a preliminary immunological analysis
  111. Identification and characterisation of a CA-CA1P phosphate exchange activity in leaf extracts from french bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)
  112. Regulation of Rubisco by a daytime inhibitor differs in wild-type and transgenic tobacco expressing limiting amounts of phosphoribulokinase
  113. Genetic manipulation of photosynthesis to reduce crop fertiliser requirements: photosynthesis growth and allocation at low nitrogen in transgenic tobacco with reduced amounts of phosphoribulokinase
  114. The morphogenetic response to a localised supply of nitrate in Arabidopsis roots
  115. The molecular response to nitrate in Arabidopsis roots
  116. Molecular cloning of putative high affinity nitrate transporters from barley
  117. Cloning and characterisation of putative high affinity transporters from higher plants
  118. Studies on the relationship between photosynthetic electron transport and carbon metabolism
  119. Do carbohydrates regulate photosynthesis and allocation by altering gene expression?
  120. Pesticidal naphthoquinone derivatives
  121. Pesticidal fluoroolefins
  122. The influence of structure on stability, penetration and activity of analogues of the insect neuropeptide achetakinin-I
  123. Isoteric bond replacement in the insect neuropeptide proctolin
  124. Pyrethroid and organophosphate resistance in the tobacco whitefly Bemisia tabaci
  125. The significance of long-term experiments to agricultural research
  126. The value of long-term field experiments in agricultural and environmental research
  127. A method to buffer the concentrations of free Zn and Cd ions using a cation exchange resin in bacterial toxicity studies
  128. Systematic determination model parameters. Application to field scale simulation of nitrogen dynamics in arable land
  129. SUNDIAL: simulation of nitrogen dynamics in arable land
  130. Short- and long-term effects of straw incorporation on soil N dynamics
  131. Modelling changes in soil organic nitrogen on Broadbalk
  132. A model for the turnover of carbon in soil: model description and user's guide
  133. Calculating the input of organic matter to soil in three wooded sites
  134. The GCTE SOMNET: a global network and database of soil organic matter models and long-term datasets
  135. Soil organic matter: something old, something new
  136. A European network of long-term sites for studies on soil organic matter
  137. Acquisition of genes from indigenous bacteria by inoculant strains at long-term release sites
  138. The cadmium content of British wheat grain
  139. Electron microscope studies of infection by Verticillium lecanii (Zimm.) Viegas of western flower thrips
  140. Pathogenicity of the hyphomycte fungi Verticillium lecanii and Metarhizium anisopliae to the western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis
  141. The host plant can affect the susceptibility of the mustard beetle, Phaedon cochleariae to the entomogenous fungus Metarhizium anisopliae
  142. Fungal pathogenesis of nematodes: variation on a theme
  143. The cellular defense response of gypsy moth larvae to fungal infection
  144. Molecular markers reveal transmission of genetic information between Metarhizium anisopliae isolates coinfecting Phaedon cochleariae
  145. The potential use of global postitoning satellite (GPS) technology in the mapping and management of potato cyst nematode populations
  146. SADIE: software to measure spatial pattern
  147. The potential impact of natural enemies on the survival and efficacy of entomopathogenic nematodes
  148. Observations on the impact of standard insecticide treatments of Trichomalus perfectus , a parasitoid of seed weevil on winter oilseed rape in the UK
  149. Interactions between the cabbage seed weevil (Ceutorhynchus assimilis Payk.) and the brassica pod midge (Dasineura brassicae Winn.) infesting oilseed rape pods
  150. Populations and communities
  151. Identification and characterisation of cyst nematode secretions using monoclonal antibodies
  152. Bolivian pest invasion
  153. Unseasonal Lepidoptera records from Rothamsted Insect Survey light-traps
  154. Semiochemicals and behaviour in the oilseed rape pests Ceutorhynchus assimilis and Psylliodes chrysocephala. PhD thesis, University of London
  155. Inheritance of the photoperiodic response, diapause duration and differentiation clones in the bird cherry aphid Rhopalosiphum padi L.
  156. Studies on glutathione-S-transferase from Ditylenchus myceliophagus
  157. Sitobion avenae : crop colonization, movement of apterae and spread of BYDV
  158. Investigation of nematode digestive enzymes and their inhibition in transgenic plants. PhD thesis, University of Bristol
  159. Attachment and extracellular matrix production during the preinvasion phase of urediniospores of the broad bean rust, Uromyces viciae-fabae. PhD thesis, University of Bristol in 2 vols
  160. The importance of the host plant in the biological control of root-knot nematodes Meloidogyne spp. by the nematophagous fungus Verticillium chlamydosporium
  161. Fatty acid composition of different lipid classes of hatched second stage juveniles of Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida
  162. Identification of viruses in bees from two Warsaw apiaries
  163. Varroa jacobsoni : host-parasite-pathogen interactions
  164. Effects of inoculum concentration, leaf age and wetness period on the development of dark leaf and pod spot (Alternaria brassicae ) on oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  165. Investigation into the structure function relationships in Ribulose 1,5 bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase
  166. Fungi
  167. Insects
  168. Viruses
  169. Heterologous expression studies in yeast and tobacco of Thlaspi arvense CYP71
  170. Molecular analysis of cytochrome P450 cDNAs from Nepeta racemosa
  171. Molecular investigation into the presence and role of cytochrome P450 in Zea mays
  172. A new cytochrome P450 identified from Arabidopsis thaliana by PCR using degenerate oligonuleotide primers
  173. Manipulation of wheat protein quality
  174. Chloroplast ultrastructure of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) cultivated in normal and elevated CO2 concentrations with two contrasted nitrogen supplies
  175. Movement of bymoviruses and functions of RNA2-encoded proteins of barley yellow mosaic virus
  176. Spore discharge and dispersal
  177. Allergy
  178. Air spora
  179. Whither aerobiology? III. Priorities for the IAA
  180. Airborne particles: pollens in context
  181. Development of an approach to monitor airborne inoculum of fungal pathogens of oilseed rape
  182. Studies on spore dispersal of Alternaria brassicae
  183. Effects of prochloraz on the physiology of oilseed rape
  184. Timing of epidemics of fungal diseases in relation to yield loss in oilseed rape (Brassica napus )
  185. Growth and yield of oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) under fungal disease epidemics of different intensities
  186. Inheritance of two new factors for resistance to downy mildew (Peronospora parasitica ) in oilseed rape (Brassica napus spp. oleifera )
  187. Occurence of Verticillium dahliae on sunflower (Helianthus annus ) in the UK
  188. Weed interference in autumn-sown field beans (Vicia faba L.)
  189. Influence of safeners on the activity of clodinafop and fenoxaprop on herbicide resistant populations of black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides ), wild-oats (Avena sterilis spp. ludoviciana) and Italian rye-grass (Lolium multiflorum )
  190. Cost-effective weed control in winter oilseed rape. Home-Grown Cereals Authority Project Report OS15
  191. Potential of alternative methods of assessing weed infestations to predict crop/weed interface
  192. Prediction of competition from early observations of weeds - a preliminary comparison of techniques
  193. Straw incorporation by different tillage systems on heavy clay soils in southern England
  194. Development of black dot disease (Colletotrichum coccoides (Wallr.) Hughes) and its effects on the growth and yield of potato plants
  195. The natural biological control phenomenon of take-all decline in different sequences of cereals
  196. Take-all of cereals: challenges of field experimentation on a patch-forming disease caused by a soil-borne pathogen
  197. Development of apothecia of Tapesia yallundae in contrasting populations selected by fungicides
  198. Epidemiology of grey mould (Botrytis cinerea ) and effects of diseases on linseed
  199. Studies on dispersal of Alternaria linicola conidia
  200. Survival and seed to seedling transmission of Alternaria linicola on linseed
  201. Periodicity and gradients in dispersal of Alternaria linicola in linseed crops
  202. The biology of mycorrhiza in the Ericaceae XVIII. Chitin degradation by Hymenoscyphus ericae and transfer of chitin-nitrogen to the host plant
  203. Effects of site and nitrogen management on growth and grain quality for malting of winter barley. Home-Grown Cereals Authority Project Report 119
  204. Genetic analysis of a novel factor for resistance to Peronospora parasitica in Brassica napus ssp oleifera
  205. Development of a statistical protocol for the analysis of multiple recordings of quantitative EEG
  206. Opportunities for the improvement of cereals by genetic engineering
  207. Transformation of cereals: the state of the technology and the expression of gluten proteins genes in transgenic tritordeum and wheat
  208. Barley transformation: direct gene transfer to protoplasts
  209. Proceedings International Workshop on Phosphorus Loss to Water from Agriculture
  210. Modelling the effects of climatic change and genetic modification on nitrogen use by wheat
  211. Validation of pH-metric technique for measurement of pKa and log Pow of ionizable herbicides
  212. Patch ecology and dynamics - how much do we know?
  213. An economic appraisal of patch spraying quack-grass (Elymus repens L.)
  214. The effect of nitrogen, plant density and competition between Bromus sterilis and three perennial grasses: the implications for boundary strip management
  215. Kinetic characterisation and mutational analysis of STP1, an Arabidopsis H=/hexose cotransporter expressed in Xenopus oocytes
  216. Modelling the fate of crop nutrients in the environment: problems of scale and complexity
  217. Biotechnology of breadmaking: unraveling and manipulating the multi-protein gluten complex
  218. Study of the uptake of [14C]imidacloprid in sugar beet
  219. Some simple models to describe and analyse the growth of sugar beet crops
  220. The Institute farms in 1994 - Broom's Barn
  221. Plant-derived extract breaks the dormancy of light sensitive seeds
  222. Dormancy break of celery (Apium graveolens L.) seeds by plant derived smoke extract
  223. Sugar beet production in the Ukraine
  224. Herbicide resistant sugar beet - a scientist's view
  225. Variability of bioassays with metsulfuron-methyl in soil
  226. Detection of the luteoviruses, beet mild yellowing virus and beet western yellows virus, in aphids caught in sugar beet and oilseed rape crops, 1990-1993
  227. Molecular methods for detecting beet yellows virus in plants and aphids
  228. The effect of fungicides on sugar beet infected with beet mild yellowing virus
  229. The use of aphid infectivity data in forecasting virus yellows incidence in sugar beet
  230. Progress towards the genetic manipulation of light-harvesting complexes in Arabidopsis thaliana
  231. A biochemical test for seed vigour
  232. The development of a biochemical test for seed vigour in Beta vulgaris .
  233. A transgenic approach towards investigating carbon metabolism in sugar beet
  234. Beet luteovirus coat protein sequence variation and the implications for coat protein mediated protection
  235. Control of bolting and flowering in sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.)
  236. Weed beet - the future
  237. Recent advances in the study of the variability of beet mild yellowing luteovirus
  238. Detection specifique d'isolats europeens de beet mild yellowing luteovirus, responsable de la jaunisse moderee de la betterave sucriere: nouveaux outils pour la differenciation du BMYV et du BWYV (beet western yellows luteovirus)
  239. Detection of sugar beet-infecting beet mild yellowing luteovirus isolates with a specific RNA probe
  240. Sugar beet: a grower's guide
  241. Topping level and root quality: analyses of sugar and organic impurities in sugar beet roots: a study for the National Farmers' Union
  242. The yield and profitability of an environmentally benign production system for sugar beet
  243. Sugar losses in clamp storage on farms: a report for the National Farmers' Union
  244. Topping level, sugar yield and root quality: a study for the National Farmers' Union 1994/95
  245. The effect of the weed, fat hen (Chenopodium album L.), on sugar-beet production under present and future UK climates
  246. Competition between sugar beet and fat hen (Chenopodium album L.) under UK conditions
  247. The long, hot summer spawns a red menace - red spider mites in sugar beet in 1995
  248. Control of resistant aphids in sugar beet
  249. Virus yellows in sugar beet in Europe in 1994
  250. Responses and tolerance of sugar beet to stress
  251. Prospects for biological control of sugar-beet seedling diseases
  252. The development of rhizomania and other sugar-beet root diseases in the UK
  253. The role of phosphate in beet crop nutrition
  254. Can the fertilizer N requirement of sugar beet be predicted?
  255. N nutrition of the sugar beet crop
  256. Five years of straw incorporation and its effects on growth, yield and nitrogen nutrition on sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris )
  257. Fewer bolters - better varieties and warmer springs
  258. Powdery mildew: this year's forecast
  259. Weed beet and bolters in 1994
  260. Virus yellows epidemic threatens beet crop
  261. Effects of pesticides on the soil microbial biomass and microbial activity
  262. Calcium and calmodulin inhibitor effects on the growth of carrot (Daucus carota L.) and radish (Raphanus sativus L. ) in nutrient culture
  263. Research channelled into better UK beet
  264. Advances in crop monitoring by remote sensing
  265. Violet root rot - on the increase
  266. Growth of beet in 1994
  267. Environmentally friendly sugar beet production
  268. Pest and disease review of 1994
  269. Chile and its sugar industry
  270. HYDRA: knowledge based decision support for irrigation management
  271. A survey of statistical use in aquacultural research
  272. Are sugar beet drought stress problems being watered down?
  273. Resistance to Polymyxa betae in wild Beta species
  274. The 1995 IIRB congress in France
  275. Recent progress in sugar-beet seed research
  276. Extraction of vegetation biophysical parameters by inversion of the PROSPECT + SAIL models on sugar beet canopy reflectance data. Application to TM and AVIRIS sensors
  277. Studies on the biochemical, biological and molecular diversity of Radopholus similis (Cobb, 1993) Thorne, 1949. PhD Thesis, University of London
  278. Cadmium and zinc uptake by plants from contaminated soils. Phd Thesis, University of London
  279. Agricultural sustainabilty: economic, environmental and statistical considerations
  280. Improved performance of transgenic fructan-accumulating tobacco under drought stress
  281. The manipulation of photosynthetic carbon metabolism in crop improvement. (Journal of Experimental Botany %B46 $B Special Issue, September 1995)
  282. Techniques for determining herbicide resistance
  283. Molecular ecology in weed science - the story so far
  284. Long-term effects of metals in sewage sludge on soils, microorganisms and plants
  285. A risk assessment of sulphur deficiency in cereals using soil and atmospheric deposition data
  286. Development of PCR for the detection of Polymyxa betae in sugar beet roots and its application in field studies
  287. A comparison of the competitive effects of eleven weed species on the growth and yield of winter oilseed rape
  288. The identification of substrates and effectors of the plant vacuolar H+-pumping inorganic pyrophosphatase
  289. Cereal transformation
  290. Analysis of carbon fluxes in plant and crop-environment interactions
  291. Monitoring genetically modified microorganisms following field release
  292. Changes in the individual glucosinolate profile of double low oilseed rape as influenced by spring nitrogen application
  293. Entropy and sustainability
  294. An analysis of differential display shows a strong bias towards high copy number mRNAs
  295. Antennal perception of oilseed rape, Brassica napus (Brassicaceae), volatiles by the cabbage seed weevil Ceutorhynchus assimilis (Coleoptera, Curculionidae)
  296. The role of parasitoids
  297. Fungicidal activity of N-(2-cyano-2-methoximinoacetyl)methionine and its derivatives and analogues
  298. Integrated use of pheromones and other semiochemicals for pest control
  299. Use of the pesticide leaching model (PLM) to simulate pesticide movement through macroporous soils
  300. The pyrethrins and related compounds. Part XL. Structure-activity relationships of pyrethroidal esters with acyclic side chains in the alcohol component against resistant strains of housefly (Musca domestica )
  301. The pyrethrins and related compounds. Part XXXIX. Structure-activity relationships of pyrethroidal esters with cyclic side chains in the alcohol component against resistant strains of housefly (Musca domestica )
  302. Incidence and effects of diseases on seven winter oilseed rape cultivars in 1991/92 and 1992/93
  303. Esterase variation and squash silverleaf induction in B-type Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)
  304. The pyrethrins and related compounds. Part XXXVIII. Optimisation of insecticidal activity in 3-[(alkoxyimino)methyl]-4-fluorobenzyl esters
  305. Fungally-transmitted mosaic viruses of barley
  306. Use of the most probable number technique to quantify soil-borne plant pathogens
  307. A case study in measurement and analysis of disease gradients
  308. Time series compared across the land-sea gradient
  309. Species diversity and stability in grassland
  310. Guidelines for the presentation of numerical tables
  311. Setting objectives in scientific studies
  312. Economic and statistical considerations in the measurement of total factor productivity (TFP)
  313. Procedure FRESTRICTEDSET
  314. Programming in Genstat. Course at Pfizer Central Research, 14 November 1995
  315. Procedure AFORMS
  316. Linear modelling in Genstat. Workshop at Liverpool John Moores University
  317. Procedure DDESIGN
  318. Procedure JACKKNIFE
  319. Procedure RPROPORTIONAL
  320. Procedure RSURVIVAL
  321. Genstat 5 release 3.2 reference summary
  322. Genstat 5 release 3.2 manual supplement
  323. Procedure FLIBHELP
  324. Procedure AREPMEASURES
  325. Procedure ARANDOMIZE
  326. Procedure APRODUCT
  327. Procedure APPEND
  328. Procedure AMERGE
  329. Procedure AGRAPH
  330. Design and analysis of experiments in Genstat. Course at Pfizer Central Research, 24-25 April 1995
  331. Procedure DOTPLOT
  332. Procedure STEM
  333. A canonical model for production and distribution of root mass in space and time
  334. Procedures for analysing spatial point patterns in Genstat
  335. Influence of temperature on germination of primary and secondary conidia of Erynia neoaphidis (Zygomycetes: Entomophthorales)
  336. Procedure BOOTSTRAP
  337. Procedure RUGPLOT
  338. Experimentation with polluted soil and groundwater
  339. Use of splines in extending random coefficient regression models for the analysis of repeated measurements
  340. Procedure ANTMVESTIMATE
  341. The influence of planting seed tubers with gangrene (Phoma foveata ) and of neighbouring healthy, diseased and missing plants on the yield and size of potatoes
  342. Procedure SAVEDATA
  343. Procedure MVARIOGRAM
  344. Procedure INSIDE
  345. Procedure GETDATA
  346. Procedure BANK
  347. Spatial analysis in Genstat 5
  348. The Genstat TWOD Procedure
  349. Efficient analysis of field experiments using two-dimensional spatial models
  350. The biometry of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas ): some considerations for field experiments
  351. Community stability: a sixty-year record of trends and outbreaks in the occurrence of species in the Park Grass Experiment
  352. The relationship between crop yields from an experiment in southern England and long-term climatic variations
  353. Statistics for environmental change
  354. Spatial and Temporal Modelling in Agricultural Research. Proceedings 4th HARMA Workshop, IACR-Rothamsted, 20-21 October 1995
  355. Genstat 5 procedure library manual release 3[3]
  356. The nodulation of micro-propagated plants of Parasponia andersonii by tropical legume rhizobia
  357. Comparison of TEAGASC (Ireland) and MAFF (England and Wales) fertilizer P recommendations
  358. Nitrogen in plant cells
  359. Sulphur nutrition of cereals in Britain: yield responses and prediction of likely deficiency.(Home-Grown Cereals Authority Project Report No. 115)
  360. Gene transfer to cassava somatic embryos via tissue electroporation and particle bombardment
  361. Yield experiments allow scientists to read the tea-leaves
  362. Factors affecting critical soil P values
  363. Defining critical levels of available soil P for agricultural soils
  364. The downward movement and retention of P in agricultural soils
  365. Measurement of ergosterol as an indicator of fungal biomass in soil
  366. Phosphorus leaching from soils containing different phosphorus concentrations in the Broadbalk Experiment
  367. Endocytosis in plants: fact or artefact?
  368. Increased capacity for photosynthesis in wheat grown at elevated CO2: the relationship between electron transport and carbon metabolism
  369. Species variation in Rubisco specificity factor
  370. Effects of temperature on aphid phenology
  371. Estudio aerobiologico de Cladosporium y Alternaria en dos zonas de la ciudad de Mexico
  372. Concentrations of bacteria and endotoxins in settled dust in and out of doors in Mexico City
  373. Within-field spatial heterogeneity of arthropod predators and parasitoids
  374. Using mark-release-recapture techniques to study the influence of spatial heterogeneity on carabids
  375. Non-host interactions in insect chemical ecology
  376. Ecological considerations for the use of the nematophagous fungus Verticillium chlamydosporium to control plant parasitic nematodes
  377. Management practices for reducing movement of pesticides to surface water in cracking clay soils
  378. Immunolabelling of cell surfaces of Arabidopsis thaliana roots following infection by Meloidogyne incognita
  379. Hatching of four successive generations of Heterodera sorghi in relation to the age of sorghum, Sorghum vulgare
  380. Field and laboratory evaluation of a sex pheromone trap for the autodissemination of the fungal entomopathogen Zoophthora radicans (Entomophthorales) by the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae)
  381. Early development of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus) in relation to temperature and leaf wetness
  382. The use of monoclonal antibodies for the identification and quantification of potato cyst nematodes
  383. Use of a cellulose acetate electrophoresis system for the simultaneous characterisation of individual root-knot (Meloidogyne spp.) females using three isozymes
  384. Varroa research at Rothamsted
  385. Sequence and genomic organisation of a novel repetitive DNA element from the potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida
  386. Populations of Fusarium spp. in soil growing continuous winter wheat, and effects of long-term application of fertilizers and of straw incorporation
  387. Distribution of sugarcane bacilliform virus in various geographical regions
  388. A new method for designing PCR primers specific for groups of sequences and its application to plant viruses
  389. Bees and beekeeping in Nepal
  390. Characterization of low affinity nitrogen transporters expressed in Xenopus oocytes
  391. Changes in the sulphur status of British wheat grain in the last decade, and its geographical distribution
  392. Development and prediction of sulphur deficiency in winter oilseed rape. (Home-Grown Cereals Authority Project Report No. OS11)
  393. Effect of land use change and methane mixing ratio on methane uptake from United Kingdom soil
  394. Methane oxidation in temperate soils; effects of land use and the chemical form of nitrogen fertilizer
  395. The effects of elevated temperature and atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration on the quality of grain lipids in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grown at two levels of nitrogen application
  396. The Nir1 locus in barley is tightly linked to the nitrite reductase apoprotein gene Nii
  397. Heterologous expression in yeast
  398. Evidence of P movement from Broadbalk soils by preferential flow
  399. Xenopus oocytes as a heterologous expression system
  400. Effects of water stress on the biochemistry and physiology of photosynthesis in sunflower
  401. Homeostasis of cytosolic nitrate in barley root cells: measurements with triple-barrelled ion-selective microelectrodes
  402. Purification of CA1P-phosphatase and a preliminary immunological analysis
  403. Agriculture, soil and pollution - 150 years of research on plant nutrients
  404. Regulation of Rubisco by inhibitors differs in wild-type and transgenic tobacco expressing limiting amounts of phosphoribulokinase
  405. Regeneration of herbicide resistant barley plants by microprojectile bombardment
  406. Inheritance of herbicide resistance in black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides ) and response of the weed to a range of herbicides. (Home-Grown Cereals Authority Research Report No 116)
  407. Nitrate and potassium compartmentation in nitrogen and potassium starved barley root cells
  408. Ion-selective microelectrodes for measurement of intracellular ion concentrations
  409. Improving plant production by selection for survival at low CO2 concentrations
  410. Chromium and nickel
  411. Enhanced CO2/O2 specificity of site directed mutants of Rubisco
  412. Interrelations between the concentrations of solutes during the growth of sugar beet storage roots
  413. Stable transformation of barley via direst DNA uptake; electroporation- and PEG- mediated protoplast transformation
  414. Photosynthetic acclimation of winter wheat to elevated CO2 and temperature
  415. Water stress - where is the limitation to carbon assimilation? Current controversies reconsidered
  416. Photosynthesis, productivity and environment
  417. Influence of EDTA complexation on plant uptake of manganese (II)
  418. Is there another player in the game of Rubisco regulation?
  419. Phosphorus leaching in the Brimstone Farm Experiment, Oxfordshire
  420. Detection of microbial DNA sequences by colony hybridization
  421. Phosphorus losses in drainage waters from an arable clay loam soil
  422. Studies on the relationship between photosynthetic electron transport and carbon metabolism
  423. Manipulation of phosphoribulokinase and phosphate translocator activities in transgenic tobacco plants
  424. Identification of substrates of the plant vacuolar H+- pumping inorganic pyrophosphatase using covalently modifying inhibitors
  425. Fertile transgenic barley generated by direct DNA transfer to protoplasts
  426. The exchange of trace gases between land and atmosphere
  427. Sugar beet under climatic change: photosynthesis and productivity
  428. Comparison of two methods for extraction of ATP from soil
  429. Prospects for using Panicum virgatum (Switchgrass) and Spartina (Cordgrass) as biomass energy crops
  430. Microbial biomass dynamics following addition of metal-enriched sewage sludges to a sandy loam
  431. The loess of Britain: distribution, stratigraphy and origin
  432. Phosphate losses in the Woburn Erosion Reference Experiment
  433. Effects of drainflow restriction on losses of nitrate, phosphate and pesticides in the Brimstone Farm Leaching Experiment, Oxfordshire
  434. The measurement, properties and role of the soil microbial biomass in organic matter dynamics and maintainance of soil fertility
  435. Glucosinolate biosynthesis: characterization of the aldoxime-forming microsomal monooxygenases in oilseed rape leaves
  436. Turgor and the regulation of sucrose and potassium transport in sugar beet storage roots
  437. Herbicide resistant transgenic wheat and tritordeum plants obtained by microprojectile bombardment
  438. Transformation of cereals by microprojectile bombardment of immature inflorescence and scutellum tissues
  439. Photosynthesis, growth and allocation at low nitrogen in transgenic tobacco with reduced amounts of phosphoribulokinase
  440. Engineering Rubisco to change its catalytic properties
  441. Methods for modelling solute movement in structured soils
  442. Identification and characterisation of a CA-CA1P phosphate exchange activity in leaf extracts from French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)
  443. Nice nitrate?
  444. Critical evaluation of models and their parameters
  445. Variations of body length, weight, fat content and survival in Coccinella septempunctata at different hibernation sites
  446. Can potato production be sustained in land infested with high population densities of the potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida ?
  447. The immunofluorescent localization of subventral pharyngeal gland epitopes of preparasitic juveniles of Heterodera glycines using laser scanning confocal microscopy
  448. Effects of sowing date and vernalisation on the growth of winter barley and its resistance to powdery mildew (Erysiphe graminis f.sp. hordei)
  449. Improved polymerase chain reaction (PCR) detection of Gaeumannomyces graminis including a safeguard against false negatives
  450. Glucosinolate metabolism in diseased plants
  451. Fungicidal activity of N-(2-cyano-2-methoximinoacetyl)amino acids and their derivatives
  452. Chemical studies on cyclopentanoid biosynthesis
  453. Molecular characterisation of UK isolates of barley yellow mosaic bymovirus
  454. A review of potato cyst nematodes in Portugal
  455. Polyclonal and monoclonal antibody-based enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays for Pseudomonas solanacearum
  456. Serological techniques for the detection of Pseudomonas solanacearum
  457. Further unusual records of Lepidoptera from the Rothamsted Insect Survey national light-trap network
  458. Biochemical analyses on single amphidial glands, excretory-secretory gland cells, pharyngeal glands and their secretions from the avian nematode Syngamus trachea
  459. Investigation of the chemosensory function of amphids of Syngamus trachea using electrophysiological techniques
  460. A survey of black dot and other fungal tuber blemishing diseases in British potato crops at harvest
  461. Effects of fungicides on the growth and conidial germination of Colletotrichum coccodes , and on the development of black dot disease of potatoes
  462. The potential for resistance to cyst nematodes in transgenic plants which express antibodies
  463. The potential for resistance to cyst nematode in transgenic plants which express antibodies
  464. Behavioural evidence for detection of the repellent polygodial by aphid antennal tip sensilla
  465. Drought stress and cereal aphid performance
  466. Minimising pesticide input in oilseed rape by exploiting natural regulatory processes
  467. Exploiting chemical ecology for sustainable pest control
  468. Analysis of sensory responses of nematodes using electrophysiology techniques
  469. Electrophysiological analysis of sensory responses of parasitic nematodes
  470. Rice stem nematode Ditylenchus angustus development and survival
  471. Effect of propionic acid on the incidence of storage fungi in stored rice, sorghum and groundnut under tropical conditions
  472. New sources of resistance in brassicas to Peronospora parasitica
  473. Biology of the hop cyst nematode Heterodera humuli I. Life cycle and survival
  474. Biology of the hop cyst nematode Heterodera humuli II. Host-parasite relationship of the nematode and its interaction with Verticillium albo-atrum
  475. Monitoring and dispersal of micro-organisms in the atmosphere
  476. Movement of apterous Sitobion avenae (Homoptera:Aphididae) in response to leaf disturbances caused by wind and rain
  477. The sex pheromone of the grain aphid, Sitobion avenae (Fab.) (Homoptera, Aphididae)
  478. Airborne agents of occupational lung disease and their detection
  479. Whither aerobiology? II: The scope of aerobiology
  480. Cloning and sequence analysis of RNA-2 of a mechanically transmitted UK isolate of barley mild mosaic bymovirus (BaMMV)
  481. Epidemiology of white leaf spot (Mycosphaerella capsellae) on oilseed rape
  482. Ektaphelenchoides winteri n. sp. (Nematoda:Ektaphelenchidae) from wood fly larvae Xylodiplosis sp. (Diptera:Cecidomyidae)
  483. Factors affecting the development of dark leaf and pod spot (Alternaria brassicae ) on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) in the UK
  484. Effects of infection conditions on the incubation period of dark leaf spot (Alternaria brassicae) on oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  485. Effects of inoculum concentration and leaf age on the severity of dark leaf spot (Alternatia brassicae) on oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  486. Chemical studies on glucosinolate biosynthesis
  487. Adaptable aphids
  488. Insect crop pests and the changing climate
  489. Observations on the population dynamics of Globodera pallida under single and double cropping conditions
  490. Metabolism of esfenvalerate by pyrethroid-susceptible and -resistant Australian Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).
  491. Efecto conjunto de la mortalidad y dispersion en un modelo de Leslie Caotico
  492. Reversals of chaos in biological control systems
  493. Models for the herbicidal control of the seed bank of Avena sterilis : the effects of spatial and temporal heterogeneity and of dispersal
  494. Forecasting development of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) epidemics on winter oilseed rape
  495. Predicting early development of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) on winter oilseed rape
  496. Effects of diseases on growth and yield of five cultivars of linseed, 1991-1993
  497. Proving an immunoassay for work with potato cyst nematodes
  498. A comparison of the effects of fungal disease on the growth and yield of two winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) cultivars
  499. Identification of pharyngeal gland secretions of cyst nematodes using monoclonal antibodies
  500. Isolation and screening of fungi for the biological control of potato cyst nematodes
  501. Metal chelate molluscicides: the redistribution of iron diazaalkanolates from the gut lumen of the slug, Deroceras reticulatum (Muller) (Pulmonata: Limacidae)
  502. Phloem translocation of pyridinecarboxylic acids and related imidazolinone herbicides in Ricinus communis
  503. Seasonal and diurnal variation in airborne basidiomycete spore concentrations in Mexico City
  504. Weighing the whitefly odds
  505. The germination behaviour of Metarhizium anisopliae on the surface of aphid and flea beetle cuticles
  506. New strategies for the management of plant parasitic nematodes with especial emphasis on biological control
  507. The effect of wind on dispersal of oospores of Peronosclerospora sorghi [(Weston and Uppal) G. G. Shaw] from systemically infected sorghum leaves
  508. Release of isothiocyanates from Brassica rapa seedlings during infection by Alternaria brassicae
  509. Oilseed rape volatiles cueing host-plant recognition by the seed weevil, Ceutorhynchus assimilis : chemical, electrophysiological and behavioural studies
  510. Recognition of oilseed rape volatiles by pollen beetles, Meligethes spp.: electrophysiological and chemical studies
  511. Chromosomal location of the amplified esterase genes conferring resistance to insecticides in Myzus persicae (Homoptera: Aphididae)
  512. Genetic variability of Peruvian and British potato cyst nematode (PCN) populations
  513. The first record of the root-endoparasitic nematode Zygotylenchus guevarai in Britain
  514. Characterisation and serological relationships of strains of Kashmir bee virus
  515. Inter-plot interference and nearest-neighbour analysis of field experiments
  516. The electrostatic nature of the spore of Pasteuria penetrans the bacterial parasite of root-knot nematode
  517. Characterization of low affinity nitrogen cotransporters expressed in Xenopus oocytes
  518. Varietal differences in sulphur uptake and utilization in relation to glucosinolate accumulation in oilseed rape
  519. Improving the prediction of sulphur deficiency in winter oilseed rape in the UK
  520. Combating the threat of new super weeds
  521. Glucosinolate biosynthesis in oilseed rape - recent progress in biochemistry and molecular biology
  522. Cytosolic potassium homeostasis in barley root cells: measurements with triple-barrelled ion-selective microelectrodes
  523. Simultaneous measurement of intracellular pH and K+ or NO3- in barley root cells using triple-barrelled ion-selective microelectrodes
  524. Long term effects on Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. Trifolii of heavy metal contamination of land from the application of sewage sludge
  525. Cells within tissues. The interaction of solute and water relations in intact systems
  526. Cellular mechanics and physiological compartmentation. The study of solute and water relations at single cell resolution in intact systems
  527. Kinetic characterization and mutational analysis of STP1, an Arabidopsis H+/hexose cotransporter expressed in Xenopus oocytes
  528. Xenopus oocytes as a heterologous expression system for plant proteins
  529. Cytosolic nitrate homeostasis in barley root cells: measurements with triple-barrelled ion-selective microelectrodes
  530. Striga hermonthica decreases photosynthesis in Zea mays through effects on leaf cell structure
  531. The performance of autumn-sown determinate genotypes of the white lupin (Lupinus albus ) in different regions of the United Kingdom
  532. Construction and characterization of a Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar viciae strain designed to assess horizontal gene transfer in the environment
  533. Agriculture, the nitrogen cycle and nitrate
  534. Targets for introduction of pests and disease resistance into crops by genetic engineering: report of a review funded by MAFF
  535. The effect of water stress and light conditions on the induction of secondary dormancy in seeds of Brassica napus L.
  536. Transgenic tobacco plants with strongly decreased expression of pyrophosphate: Fructose-6-phosphate 1-phosphotransferase do not differ significantly from wild type in photosynthate partitioning, plant growth or their ability to cope with limiting phosphate, limiting nitrogen and suboptimal temperatures
  537. Biosynthesis and metabolism of CA1P
  538. Effects of elevated CO2 concentration and increased temperature on winter wheat: test of ARCWHEAT1 simulation model
  539. Modelling the link between biomass production and grain yield in wheat crops grown at elevated CO2
  540. The use of simple physiological models of plant development to predict where autumn-sown, determinate white lupins (Lupinus albus L.) might be grown
  541. Assessing the risk of sulphur deficiency in oilseed rape
  542. Conversion of known metabolites to CA1P
  543. Mineralization of cover crop N: its contribution to subsequent crop N uptake and losses
  544. Understanding the competitive effects of common chickweed (Stellaria media ) on the growth and yield of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.)
  545. Enabling technology for UK crops
  546. Global climatic change: how will crop plants respond?
  547. Climate change and winter wheat: effects on photosynthesis, productivity and yield
  548. The importance of long- and short-term air-soil exchanges of organic contaminants
  549. The origin and fate of cadmium in soil
  550. The influence of fertilizer nitrogen and season on the carbon-13 abundance of wheat straw
  551. Heavy metals in the environment. Speciation of cadmium and zinc with application to soil solutions
  552. Conjugative plasmids in Rhizobium
  553. The epidermal-mesophyll interface in leaves
  554. Changes in trace metal species and other components of the rhizosphere during growth of radish
  555. Soil analysis in the Rothamsted Park Grass experiment
  556. The effect of agriculture on methane oxidation in soil
  557. The absence of Rubisco activase activity in total wheat leaf extracts is recovered in the purified protein
  558. The regulation of nitrate uptake, compartmentation and assimilation in barley
  559. The response of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) seedlings to Peronospora parasitica and Alteraria brassicae following treatment with salicylic acid or methyl jasmonate
  560. Investigation of methods to detect mechanically recovered meat in meat products. Part I: chemical composition
  561. Comparison of aqua regia digestion with sodium carbonate fusion for the determination of total phosphorus in soils by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP)
  562. The interaction between Alternaria alternata (Tv.) Keissler and oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.)
  563. Long-term experiments and productivity indexes to evaluate the sustainability of cropping systems
  564. Estimation of the adenylate energy charge in soils
  565. The effects of S and N on the yield and quality of oilseed rape in the UK
  566. Developmental regulation of aldoxime formation in seedlings and mature plants of Chinese cabbage (Brassica campestris ssp. pekinensis ) and oilseed rape (Brassica napus ): glucosinolate and IAA biosynthetic enzymes
  567. Effect of crop residue management and drainage on the persistence and movement of Isoproturon in a structured clay soil over the growing season of a winter barley crop
  568. Sustainability - the Rothamsted experience
  569. Transfer of phosphate from CA1P to CA catalyzed by an enzyme in French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)leaves
  570. Incorporation of 14C from 14CO2 into CA1P and CA
  571. Characterisation of a Ca2+-dependent ATP hydrolysis associated with the vacuolar membrane of wheat roots
  572. The effect of chemically synthesised phytosiderophores on the uptake of Fe in cereals
  573. Movement of barley mild mosaic and barley yellow mosaic viruses in leaves and roots of barley
  574. Electrophysiological responses of nematodes to semiochemicals
  575. Dispersal of downy mildew and powdery mildew conidia from rapeseed by wind and rain
  576. Measuring spatial pattern at different scales using distance indices of crowding and regularity
  577. Spatial analysis by distance indices
  578. Spatial aspects of animal and plant distribution in patchy farmland habitats
  579. Evidence for differential resistance to Peronospora parasitica (downy mildew) in Brassica juncea (mustard) at the cotyledon stage
  580. Outdoor air sampling techniques
  581. Biological control of plant parasitic nematodes
  582. Use of isoenzyme and protein phenotypes to discriminate between six Pratylenchus species from Great Britain
  583. First report of B-Biotype Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) in Australia
  584. Invited paper: closing the gap between molecular biologists and traditional nematologists
  585. Esterases in resistant peach-potato aphids, Myzus persicae (Sulzer)
  586. Varroa research at Rothamsted
  587. Biochemical identification of interbreeding between B-type and non B-type strains of the tobacco whitefly Bemisia tabaci
  588. Tests with pheromone trap look promising
  589. Restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of a sodium-channel gene locus in susceptible and knockdown-resistant house flies, Musca domestica
  590. Sensitivity to prochloraz in populations of the eyespot fungus, Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides , in relation to fungicide treatments and their efficacy in continuous winter wheat
  591. Development of eyespot and brown foot rot in wheat plants inoculated with mixtures of Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides types and Fusarium species
  592. Interaction between Peronospora parasitica and Albugo candida in relation to development of stagheads in Brassica juncea
  593. Effects of acid precipitation upon soil clay mineralogy as assessed by the Rothamsted Classical Field Experiments
  594. Chlorobenzenes in field soil with a history of multiple sewage sludge applications
  595. Modelling recent and historic soil data from the Rothamsted Experimental Station, England using SAFE
  596. Reduction in phosphoribulokinase activity by antisense RNA in transgenic tobacco: effect on CO2 assimilation and growth measured in low irradiance
  597. The effects of land use on methane fluxes, a microbially mediated process
  598. The control of resistant black-grass by carbetamide and other herbicides under simulated field conditions
  599. Use of the PCR-RAPD technique in a study on reproductive strategy of bulbous oatgrass Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Beauv. ex J. & C. Presl subsp. bulbosum (Willd.) Schub. & Mart.
  600. Effects of cover crops on soil N transformations and losses from arable land
  601. The biology and control of volunteer oilseed rape
  602. Transient gene expression in Cassava somatic embryos by tissue electroporation
  603. 13C NMR studies of organic matter in whole soils: II. A case study of some Rothamsted soils
  604. 13C NMR studies of organic matter in whole soils: I. Quantitation possibilities
  605. Phytotoxicity of trifluoromethyl- and methyl-substituted dinitroaniline herbicides on resistant and susceptible populations of black-grass Alopecurus myosuroides
  606. Field release of genetically modified Rhizobia in the UK
  607. Influence of agricultural management and pesticide sorption on losses to surface waters
  608. Purification and characterisation of an acyclic monoterpene primary alcohol: NADP+ oxidoreductase from catmint (Nepeta racemosa)
  609. The effect of agriculture on methane oxidation in soil
  610. The effects of long continued applications of inorganic nitrogen fertilizer on soil organic nitrogen - a review
  611. Vacuolar solutes in the upper epidermis of barley leaves. Intercellular differences follow patterns
  612. Soils in aeolian sequences as evidence of Quaternary climatic change: problems and possible solutions
  613. The use of microbial parameters in monitoring soil pollution by heavy metals
  614. The soil at Rothamsted
  615. Mechanistic modelling of pesticide leaching from cracking clay soils
  616. The influence of multiple sewage sludge amendments on the PCB content of an agricultural soil over time
  617. Sensitivity analysis for regional-scale solute transport modelling
  618. Modelling the fate of crop nutrients in the environment: problems of scale and complexity
  619. Insects in a changing environment
  620. Molecular characterisation of Polymyxa species
  621. The subtilisins of the invertebrate mycopathogens Verticillium chlamydosporium and Metarhizium anisopliae are serologically and functionally related
  622. Production of antibodies to Pseudomonas solanacearum , the causative agent of bacterial wilt
  623. Effects of incorporating or burning straw, and of different cultivation systems, on winter wheat grown on two soil types, 1985-91
  624. Insects as indicators of land use change: a European perspective, focusing on moths and ground beetles
  625. Effects of incorporating straw, using different cultivation systems, and of burning it, on diseases of winter barley
  626. Use of isoelectric focusing and polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of nonspecific esterase phenotypes for the identification of cyst nematodes Heterodera species
  627. The impact of climate change on aphid population dynamics
  628. Mate location by male aphids - interactions of sex pheromones and plant volatiles
  629. Theme review: pests
  630. Effects of temperature on the development of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) on oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
  631. Research in the pollination ecology group at Rothamsted, Part 1 - The pollination requirements of arable crops
  632. Research in the pollination ecology group at Rothamsted, Part 2 - Bee forage crops and other bee related studies
  633. Oilseed rape: disease development and yield loss relationships
  634. Responses of Myzus persicae to the repellent polygodial in choice and no-choice video assays with young and mature leaf tissue
  635. Cultural, chemical and biological methods for the control of barley yellow dwarf
  636. The epidemiology of barley yellow dwarf in Europe
  637. A quick method for distinguishing between the two autumn winged female morphs of the aphid Rhopalosiphum padi
  638. Wanted! Omphalina pyxidata
  639. Aphids in a changing climate
  640. The genome size and chromosome complement of the potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida
  641. Sensitivity (stability) analysis of multiple variety trials, with special reference to data expressed as proportions or percentages
  642. Advances in the potentiometric determination of pKa and log Kow of pesticides.(Extended summaries 8th International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry)
  643. Varroa research at Rothamsted
  644. The biosynthesis of glucosinolates in Brassicas
  645. Amino acids and their derivatives in higher plants. (SEB Seminar Series No.56)
  646. Amino acid metabolism and protein deposition in the endosperm of wheat: synthesis of proline via ornithine
  647. PCDD/Fs and Non-o -PCBs in digested UK sewage sludges
  648. Potassium homeostasis in barley root cells: measurements with triple-barrelled ion selective microelectrodes
  649. Effects of site, season and sulphur and nitrogen fertiliser on yield and seed glucosinolates of winter oilseed rape. Home-Grown Cereals Authority Project Report OS8
  650. Effects of water deficit on photosynthesis
  651. Glutamine synthetase in higher plants: molecular biology meets plant physiology
  652. Selective induction of glucosinolates in oilseed rape leaves by methyl jasmonate
  653. Sulphate supply and its regulation of transport in roots of a tropical legume Macroptilium atropurpureum cv. Siratro
  654. Partitioning and redistribution of sulphur during S-stress in Macroptilium atropurpureum cv. Siratro
  655. Sulphate supply and its effects on sap quality during growth in sugar beet storage roots
  656. Sodium transport measured in plasma membrane vesicles isolated from wheat genotypes with differing K+/Na+ discrimination traits
  657. Dispersal of rust urediniospores from groundnut by wind and rain
  658. Principles governing uptake and transport of chemicals
  659. Airborne pollens and spores. A guide to trapping and counting
  660. The simultaneous use of three common hydrological tracers for fine spatial and temporal resolution investigation of preferential flow in a large soil block
  661. The simulation of N-fixation by white clover within a model describing N-flows in grazed grassland
  662. The prediction of peak nitrate concentration from annual nitrate loads of the field and catchment scales
  663. The effects of nitrogen-fertilizer on the seedbank of a Centaureo -Cynosuretum in the Somerset Levels, England
  664. The effect of elevated CO2 on the growth of grass/clover mixtures and of clover monocultures, under simulated continuous grazing in Open Top Chambers in the field
  665. The development of non-tropical agroforestry systems
  666. Restoration of floristic diversity to a deintensified species- impoverished grassland in the UK: a case study
  667. Interfacing a fine resolution dataset and a one dimensional model to test quality of output with respect to preferential flow
  668. High temporal resolution sampling of P exported from grassland during a storm, and the impact of slurry additions
  669. Feeding preferences of Sitona lineatus for a range of forage and edible legumes
  670. Exploitation and population oscillations between plants
  671. Clover and cereals: clover and sheep combine to produce low input cereals
  672. Carbon-nitrogen interactions between grass and clover in mixed pastures and populations dynamic consequences
  673. Asymmetric competition promotes coexistence in plants
  674. A mechanism for complex population dynamics in a grass-legume system
  675. A management model for predicting nitrate leaching from grassland catchments in the United Kingdom. 1. Model development
  676. A large soil block for in situ real-time fine spatial and temporal resolution measurement of preferential flow
  677. Ammonia emission inventory for agriculture in the UK
  678. White clover - its present role and future prospects in British Grassland Farming
  679. Ultrafilter and membrane separation of molybdate reactive phosphorus in natural waters
  680. To what extent can animal welfare be measured?
  681. The use of zeolite molecular sieves for trapping low concentrations of CO2 from environmental atmospheres
  682. The role of learning and experience in the development of dietary choice by sheep and goats
  683. The preference of adult sheep and goats grazing ryegrass and white clover
  684. The performance and changes in body composition of steers offered cut grass or grazing following three patterns of nutrition in winter
  685. The measurement of methane losses from grazing animals
  686. The influence of different types of grassland field margin on carabid beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) communities
  687. The influence of cutting date and previous fertilizer treatment on the productivity and botanical composition of species-rich hay meadows on the Somerset levels
  688. The impact of enhanced ultraviolet-B radiation on litter quality and decomposition processes in Vaccinium leaves from the Subarctic
  689. The effects of diffusion and viscosity on ruminant faecal excretion of markers in a simple compartmental model
  690. The effects of changes in agricultural management on soil microbial populations of upland grasslands
  691. The effect of sward surface height on grazing behaviour by lactating Holstein-Friesian cows
  692. The effect of soil environment on white clover persistence and productivity under grazing
  693. The distribution and carbon isotopic compositions of individual lipids and of bulk organic matter in acid upland soils
  694. Tethering of grazing goats in Tanzania: effect of tethering for 4 or 8 h daily on intake and milk yield of Norwegian cross local goats grazing Bracharia in the wet season
  695. Techniques for restoring botanical diversity of grassland in environmentally sensitive areas
  696. Synchronization of ingestive behaviour by grazing dairy cows
  697. Surface runoff of phosphorus from grazed grassland
  698. Studies on NO and N2O fluxes from a wheat field
  699. Sources of nitric and nitrous oxide in grassland soils
  700. Soil microbial biomass and activity in long-term grassland: effects of management changes
  701. Slug damage to clover and wheat grown singly and in mixtures
  702. Simulation of the effects of diet on the contribution of rumen protozoa to degradation of fibre in the rumen
  703. Short-term diet selection by cattle offered a choice between clean or slurry-contaminated swards
  704. Short-term changes in the molybdate reactive phosphorus of stored soil waters
  705. Sampling and calibration methods to detect analytes in cows' breath
  706. Restoration of botanical diversity of grassland by different methods of seed and plant introduction
  707. Restoration of botanical diversity of grassland in ESAs by different methods of seed and plant introduction
  708. Report on the Meeting of the FAO Cooperative Research Network on Pasture and Fodder Crop Production, Subnetwork on Lowland Grassland
  709. Relationships between soil microbial populations and above-ground flora in a floristically diverse grassland under management change
  710. Relationship between vegetation state and bite dimensions of sheep grazing contrasting plant species and its implications for intake rate and diet selection
  711. Profiles of soil nitrate using suction-cup probes compared with surface run-off and field damage
  712. Productivity and nitrogen uptake of ageing and newly sown swards of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) at different sites and with different nitrogen fertilizer treatment
  713. Population dynamic consequences of competitive symmetry in annual plants
  714. Plant selenium from soil and the atmosphere
  715. Plant and animal interactions: the stability of grazed mixtures
  716. Phosphorus losses from grassland soils in the UK
  717. Pest and disease damage to white clover (Trifolium repens ) in Europe
  718. Patterns of methane emission from excreta of grazing animals
  719. Paper test-strips for rapid determination of nitrate tracer
  720. Optimisation of ruminal digestion: a modelling approach
  721. Optimisation of grass utilisation in high rainfall temperate conditions
  722. Optimal diet selection by a generalist grazing herbivore
  723. Odorous compounds and their emission rates from livestock waste
  724. Odor reduction in fresh pig slurry by dietary manipulation of protein
  725. Nutrient run-off following application of livestock wastes to grassland
  726. Nutrient losses in run-off water following application of different fertilisers to grassland cut for silage
  727. Nitrogen cycling in grazing systems
  728. New uses for white clover
  729. Modelling interactions among micro-organisms in the reticulo-rumen
  730. Modelling growth of pre-ruminant calves
  731. Modelling and methodology in animal science
  732. Mineralization of nitrogen in long-term pasture soils: effects of management
  733. Measurement of swine odor using electronic nose technology
  734. Mathematical integration of starch degradation and outflow in the rumen
  735. Management options to limit nitrate leaching from grassland
  736. Management of clover in grazed pastures: expectations, limitations and opportunities
  737. Least-squares estimation of diet composition from n-alkanes in herbage and faeces using matrix mathematics
  738. Leaf growth and utilization in four grass species under steady state continuous grazing
  739. Lactation performance of spring-calving dairy cows grazing mixed perennial ryegrass/white clover swards of differing composition and height
  740. Kale for conservation
  741. Internal report on a visit to research establishments in Athens, 15-19 November 1995
  742. Interactions of grassland managements, soil fauna and microbial populations and activities
  743. Intake and behaviour responses by sheep, in different physiological states, when grazing monocultures of grass or white clover
  744. Improved technology for production efficiency and utilization efficiency
  745. Herbage intake rates and grazing behaviour of sheep and goats grazing grass or white clover
  746. Herbage intake and N excretion by sheep grazing monocultures or a mixture of grass and white clover
  747. Grassland management systems to reduce N losses and increase efficiency: a farmlet approach
  748. Genstat procedure for a kappa coefficient of agreement
  749. Future trends in nitrogen research
  750. Factors influencing cattle bracken-poisoning in Great Britain
  751. Evaluation of energy usage for machinery operations in the development of cereal bi-cropping systems
  752. Estimation of herbage intake by dairy cows from measurements of grazing behaviour and weight change
  753. Endophytic fungi in grasses: a report on visits to France, Switzerland and Germany, October - November 1995
  754. Effects of feeding by larvae of Sitona flavescens on white clover seedlings
  755. Effects of endophyte infection of Lolium perenne on molluscan herbivory
  756. Effects of cattle slurry on grazing performance of dairy cows
  757. Effect of fertilizer application on NO and N2O fluxes from agricultural fields
  758. Distribution and abundance of three species of Sitona (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in grassland in England
  759. Dissolved humic substances in drainage waters from grazed grassland in SW England
  760. Differential and integral equations and their application in quantifying rumen fungi
  761. Dietary preference of heifers for grass or clover, with and without romensin slow-release anti-bloat boluses
  762. Diet selection by cattle offered a choice between clean or slurry contaminated swards: effects of application method and time since application
  763. Development of a rapid field-test for soil mineral nitrogen and its application to grazed grassland
  764. Determination of phospholipid- and lipopolysaccharide-derived fatty acids as an estimate of microbial biomass and community structures in soils
  765. Criteria for identifying meals from continuous recordings of the behaviour of grazing dairy cows
  766. Computer control for investigating water and chemical transport in a large isolated soil block
  767. Complex dynamics in a carbon-nitrogen model of a grass-legume pasture
  768. Clover:cereal bi-cropping
  769. Clover:cereal bi-cropping - a progress report
  770. Clover:cereal bi-cropping
  771. Clover:cereal bi-cropping
  772. Clover:cereal bi-cropping - a progress report
  773. Clover and fertiliser based strategies to limit nitrate leaching in conventional agriculture - relevance of research to organic farming systems
  774. Changing from conventional to organic dairy farming: management implications for the grassland farmer
  775. Cereal:clover bi-cropping, an opportunity to reduce our fungicide dependency
  776. Cereal:clover bi-cropping. Could it affect our fungicide dependency?
  777. Causes of "staggers"
  778. Bi-croppers do it in pairs
  779. Biotic factors affecting short-term transfer of N between forage species: first year progress report
  780. Biogeochemical significance of membrane and ultrafilter separation of low molecular weight molybdate reactive phosphorus in soil and river waters
  781. Balance for selenium in grassland soils: net accumulation or net loss?
  782. Automated recording of ruminating behaviour in the diagnosis of BSE in cattle
  783. Assessment of odours from livestock wastes by a photoionization detector, an Electronic Nose, olfactometry and gas chromatography - mass spectrometry
  784. Analysis of gas production curves from in vitro incubation of ruminants feeds
  785. Analysing temporal synchronisation of behaviour by animals in groups
  786. An isotope dilution model for partitioning leucine uptake by the bovine mammary gland
  787. An evaluation of farm woodlands as nitrate buffers in intensively managed grassland
  788. Abstracts of Communications. Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Meeting of the Agricultural Research Modellers' Group
  789. A technique for obtaining successfully, healthy tenerals from carabid (Coleoptera: Carabidae) pupae
  790. A suite of Genstat procedures for the analysis of directional data
  791. A review of quadrat variance methods for quantifying spatial pattern in vegetation
  792. A process control model for sward height adjustments in a continuous variable stocking system
  793. A non-linear compartmental model to describe forage degradation kinetics during incubation in polyester bags in the rumen
  794. A low-power postprocessed DGPS system for logging the locations of sheep on hill pastures
  795. A farm scale study on the use of De-Odorase for reducing odour and ammonia emissions from intensive fattening piggeries
  796. Proceedings of the 29th International Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology, Exeter, UK, 3-5 August 1995
  797. Nitrogen efficiency on dairy farms in South West England