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Prey and Predator: new ways of studying their relationships by J. P. Dempster , Ph.D. of the Imperial College Field
Station, Sunninghill, Berks
A knowledge of the hosts of blood-sucking flies, especially those that are carriers of tropical diseases, is of obvious value; but it is only recently that any methods of discovering the relative importance of different hosts have become available. Now delicate serological tests have been devised that make it possible to tell specifically on which hosts dangerous insects depend. The development of this technique is the subject of Dr. Dempster's talk.

Contributors

Unknown:
J. P. Dempster , Ph.D.

Introduced by Roy Hay
J. C. P. M. Davis describes the work that sweet pea enthusiasts should be doing
Fred Streeter's Choice : gentiana sino-ornata
Eric Hobbis shows how to ensure a succession of vegetable crops for fresh picking

Contributors

Introduced By:
Roy Hay
Introduced By:
J. C. P. M. Davis

Arranged and introduced by Bill Hartley including:
Tulip Time in Lincolnshire: Where to go and what to see, by John Howell of the R.A.C. 1
How to find your way about-or making the most of the side roads, by William Cave
The Doctor: Car sickness-some causes and their remedies
Overdrive: a discussion between Dr. Albert Fogg, Director of M.I.R.A.. and Gordon Wilkins of the Observer on the whys and the wherefores of this extra gear
Tips on the care of your car--engine noises
The week's motoring news and other items of topical interest .
Edited by H. Saunders Jacobs -

Contributors

Introduced By:
Bill Hartley
Unknown:
John Howell
Unknown:
William Cave
Edited By:
H. Saunders Jacobs

Network Three

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