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                                         Norman Wingate Pirie—Bibliography
                                 [Compiled by Angela Arnold, Library, IACR – Rothamsted]

Pirie left 536 reprints or photocopies of his published works, 520 bound in 26 volumes containing 20 items each and a further 16
unbound. He numbered them all in approximately chronological sequence. They contain research papers, reviews, and, increasingly
with time, more ephemeral items such as newspaper articles, letters to editors, and book reviews. Not all his more ephemeral articles
are included and he presumably included those that he thought had some substance.
      Pirie's numbering has been retained even though occasional items are chronologically misplaced. Where items are from books
or symposia proceedings that he edited, this is indicated. Four unnumbered books are listed first.

Books
(B1)     1955      Craggs J. B. and Pirie, N. W. Editors The numbers of man and animals: a record of the symposium held in 24-25
                   Sept 1994 by the Institute of Biology. Oliver and Boyd 152 pp.
                   (Pirie reviewed this symposium (item 104), but did not contribute a lecture/article).
(B2)     1969      Pirie, N. W. Food resources: conventional and novel. Penguin Books, London. 208 pp (2nd edition (1976)
                   Penguin Hamondsworth, 256 pp).
(B3)     1971      Pirie, N. W. Editor. Leaf protein: its agronomy, preparation, quality and use. (Based on papers presented at IBP
                   meeting on leaf protein, Coimbatore, December 1970.) International Biological Programme (IBP) Handbook 20.
                   Blackwell Scientific, Oxford 192 pp.
(B4)     1978      Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein and other aspects of fodder fractionation. Cambridge University Press, 183pp. (2nd
                   edition (1987) published as Leaf protein and its by-products in human and animal nutrition. Cambridge
                   University Press 209 pp).

Numbered articles
(1)    1929       Pirie, N. W. and Pinhey, K. G. The titration curve of glutathione. J. biol. chem. 84 321-333
(2)    1930       Pirie, N. W. The preparation of glutathione from yeast and liver. Biochem. J. 24 51-54
(3)    1931       Pirie, N. W. The cuprous derivatives of some sulphydryl compounds. Biochem. J. 25 614- 628
(4)               Hele, T. S. and Pirie, N. W. Studies in the sulphur metabolism of the dog. VIII. The metabolism of glutathione
                  compared with that of other cystine derivatives. Biochem. J. 25 1095-1101
(5)               Pirie, N. W. The oxidation of sulphydryl compounds by hydrogen peroxide. I. Catalysis of oxidation of cysteine
                  and glutathione by iron and copper. Biochem. J. 25 1565-1579
(6)    1932       Pirie, N. W. Cuprous glutathione. (with a note on the crystallography of glutathione by J. D. Bernal) Biochem. J.
                  26 75-79
(7)               Lawrie, N. R. and Pirie, N. W. Studies in the sulphur metabolism of the dog. X. The effect of isobarbituric acid
                  on the excretion of neutral sulphur and ethereal sulphate. Biochem. J. 26 622-623
(8)               Pirie, N. W. The preparation of methionine from caseinogen. Biochem. J. 26 1270-1274
(9)               Pirie, N. W. Studies in the sulphur metabolism of the dog. XI. The metabolism of methionine and related
                  sulphides. Biochem. J. 26 2041-2045
(10)   1933       Pirie, N. W. Improved methods for the isolation of methionine and ergothioneine. Biochem. J. 27 202-205
(11)              Pirie, N. W. The oxidation of sulphydryl compounds by hydrogen peroxide. II. Catalysis of oxidation of cysteine
                  by thiocarbamides and thioglyoxalines. Biochem. J. 27 1181-1188
(12)              Pirie, N. W. and Hele, T. S. Studies in the sulphur metabolism of the dog. XII. The preparation and metabolism
                  of d-acetylcysteine. Biochem. J. 27 1716-1718
(13)   1934       Pirie, N. W. The formation of sulphate from cysteine and methionine by tissues in vitro. Biochem. J. 28 305-312
(14)              Pirie, N. W. The oxidation of thiosulphate to sulphate by tissue slices in vitro. Biochem. J. 28 1063-1075
(15)   1936       Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Experiments on the chemical behaviour of potato virus "X". Br. J. exp. Path. 17
                  64-74
(16)              Pirie, N. W. The preparation of heptaacetyl-dl-galactose by the acetolysis of agar.Biochem. J. 30 369-373
(17)              Pirie, N. W. The hyperacetylation of aldoses. Biochem. J. 30 374-376
(18)              Bawden, F. C., Pirie, N. W. and Spooner, E. C. T. The production of antisera with suspensions of potato virus
                  "X" inactivated by nitrous acid. Br. J. exp. Path. 17 204-207
(19)              Pirie, N. W. Some chemical methods for the detection and rough estimation of agar in biological materials. Br. J.
                  exp. Path. 17 269-278
(20)              Bawden, F. C., Pirie, N. W., Bernal. J. D. and Fankuchen, I. Liquid crystalline substances from virus-infected
                  plants. Nature, Lond. 138 1051-1052
(21)   1937       Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Liquid crystalline preparations of cucumber viruses 3 and 4. Nature, Lond. 139
                  546-547
(22)              Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. The isolation and some properties of liquid crystalline substances from
                  solanaceous plants infected with three strains of tobacco mosaic virus. Proc. R. Soc. Ser. B. 123 274-320
(23)              Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. The relationships between liquid crystalline preparations of cucumber viruses 3
                  and 4 and strains of tobacco mosaic virus. Br. J. exp. Path. 18 275-291
(24)              Pirie, N. W. The meaninglessness of the terms life and living. In Perspectives in Biochemistry: thirty one essays
                  presented to Sir F. G. Hopkins by past and present members of his laboratory Eds J. Needham and D. E. Green
                  11-22, Cambridge University Press
(25)              Landsteiner, K. and Pirie, N. W. Serological specificity in pyridine derivatives. J. Immun. 33 265-270
(26)   1938       Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Liquid crystalline preparations of potato virus "X".Br. J. exp. Path. 19 66-82
(27)              Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. A plant virus preparation in a fully crystalline state. Nature, Lond. 141 513-514
(28)              Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Liquid crystalline preparations of plant virus. Réunion Int. de Physique,
                  Chimique et Biologie, Paris 1937 377-394 Hermann et Cie, Paris
(29)              Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Crystalline preparations of tomato bushy stunt virus. Br. J. exp. Path. 19 251-263

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(30)          Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. A Note on some protein constituents of normal tobacco and tomato leaves. Br. J.
              exp. Path. 19 264-267
(31)          Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Aggregation of purified tobacco mosaic virus. Nature, Lond. 142 842-843
(32)          Sreenivasaya, M. and Pirie, N. W. The disintegration of tobacco mosaic virus preparation with sodium dodecyl
              sulphate. Biochem. J. 32 1707-1710
(33)          Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Plant viruses. I. Serological, chemical and physico-chemical properties. Tabul.
              biol. 16 355-371
(34)   1939   Miles, A. A. and Pirie, N. W. The properties of antigenic preparations from Brucella melitensis. I. Chemical and
              physical properties of bacterial fractions. Br. J. exp. Path. 20 83-98
(35)   1938   Pirie, N. W., Smith, K. M., Spooner, E. T. C. and McClement, W. D. Purified preparations of tobacco necrosis
              virus (Nicotiana virus II). Parasitology 30 543-551
(36)   1939   Miles, A. A. and Pirie, N. W. The properties of antigenic preparations from Brucella melitensis. II. Serological
              properties of the antigens. Br. J. exp. Path. 20 109-121
(37)          Miles, A. A. and Pirie, N. W. The properties of antigenic preparations from Brucella melitensis. III. The
              biological properties of the antigen and the products of gentle hydrolysis. Br. J. exp. Path. 20 278-296
(38)          Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. The purification of insect-transmitted plant viruses. Br. J. exp. Path. 20 322-329
(39)          Miles, A. A. and Pirie, N. W. The properties of antigenic preparations from Brucella melitensis. IV. The
              hydrolysis of the formamino linkage. Biochem. J. 33 1709-1715
(40)          Miles, A. A. and Pirie, N. W. The properties of antigenic preparations from Brucella melitensis. V. Hydrolysis
              and acetylation of the amino-polyhydroxy compound derived from the antigen. Biochem. J. 33 1716-1724
(41)   1940   Pirie, N. W. The criteria of purity used in the study of large molecules of biological origin. Biol. Rev. 15 377-404
(42)          Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. The inactivation of some plant viruses by urea. Biochem. J. 34 1258-1277
(43)          Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. The effects of alkali and some simple organic substances on three plant viruses.
              Biochem. J. 34 1278-1292
(44)          Pirie, N. W. The configuration of the glutamic acid in tumours & Amino-acid analysis and protein structure.
              Chemical Society Annual Reports for 1939 (Biochemistry: Animal) 36 350-353
(45)   1942   Pirie, N. W. The direct use of leaf protein in human nutrition. Chemy Ind. 61 45-48
(46)          Pirie, N. W. Green leaves as a source of protein and other nutrients. [Report on a meeting of Nutrition Panel of
              the Food Group of the Society of Chemical Industry, 11 February 1942] Nature, Lond. 149 251
(47)          awden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Some properties of various viruses causing tobacco necrosis. Unpublished abstract
              of paper presented to a meeting of the Biochemical Society, 27 March 1942
(48)          Pirie, N. W. Some practical aspects of leaf protein manufacture. Fd Mf. 17 283-286
(49)          Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. A preliminary description of preparations of some of the viruses causing tobacco
              necrosis. Br. J. exp. Path. 23 314-327
(50)   1943   Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Methods for the purification of tomato bushy stunt and tobacco mosaic viruses.
              Biochem. J. 37 66-70
(51)          Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. The inactivation of tomato bushy stunt virus by heating and freezing. Biochem. J.
              37 70-79
(52)   1944   Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. The liberation of virus, together with materials that inhibit its precipitation with
              antiserum, from the solid leaf residues of tomato plants suffering from bushy stunt. Br. J. exp. Path. 25 68-80
(53)   1945   Pirie, N. W. Physical and chemical properties of tomato bushy stunt virus and the strains of tobacco mosaic virus.
              Adv. Enzymol. 5 1-29
(54)          Pirie, N. W. Draft plan for the publication of scientific papers. J. Docum. 1 26-30
(55)          Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Further studies on the purification and properties of a virus causing tobacco
              necrosis. Br. J. exp. Path. 26 277-285
(56)          Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. The separation and properties of tobacco mosaic virus in different stages of
              aggregation. Br. J. exp. Path. 26 294-312
(57)   1946   Pirie, N. W. The manometric determination of formic acid. Biochem. J. 40 100-102
(58)          Pirie, N. W. The viruses. A. Rev. Biochem. 15 573-592
(59)          Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. The virus content of plants suffering from tobacco mosaic. Br. J. exp. Path. 27
              81-90
(60)          Pirie, N. W. The state of viruses in the infected cell. Cold Spring Harb. Symp. quant. Biol. 11 184-192
(61)   1947   Paterson, J. S., Pirie, N. W. and Stableforth, A. W. Protective antigens isolated from Br. Abortus. Br. J. exp.
              Path. 28 223-236
(62)          Pirie, N. W. What is a dialysate? Nature, Lond. 160 198
(63)          Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein. Fd. Mf. 22 493-494
(64)   1948   Hadidian, Z. and Pirie, N. W. The preparation and some properties of hyaluronic acid from human umbilical
              cord. Biochem. J. 42 260-265
(65)          Hadidian, Z. and Pirie, N. W. The effects of serum and of hyaluronic acid derivatives on the action of
              hyaluronidase. Biochem. J. 42 266-274
(66)          Pirie, N. W. The nature and development of life and of our ideas about it. Modern Quarterly 3(New Series)
              82-93
(67)          Pirie, N. W. Note on the simultaneous publication of papers at two different levels of completeness. Royal
              Society Scientific Information Conference, Paper 21 419-422
(68)          Pirie, N. W. Dvelopment of ideas on the nature of viruses. Br. med. Bull. 5 329-333
(69)          Paterson, J. S. and Pirie, N. W. Attempted active immunisation of cattle against Br. Abortus infection with an
              antigenic fraction. J. comp. Path. Ther. 58 227-231
(70)          Pincus, G., Pirie, N. W. and Chang, M. C. The effects of hyaluronidase inhibitors on fertilization in the rabbit.
              Archs. Biochem. 19 388-396
(71)   1949   Paterson, J. S. and Pirie, N. W. Chemical and biological properties of anitgenic fractions from Brucella abortus.
              Proc. Int. Congr. Microbiol. 4th, Copenhagen, 1947 234
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(72)            Pirie, N. W. The nature of the bacterial surface: introduction. In The nature of the bacterial surface: proceedings
                of the 1st symposium of the Society for General Microbiology, London, 20 April 1949 Eds A. A. Miles and N. W.
                Pirie 1-8, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford
(73)            Pirie, N. W. The association of viruses with other materials in the cell and in extracts. Expl Cell Res. Supplement
                1 183-191 [Proc. Int. Congr. Exp. Cytol. 6th, Stockholm, 1947 also known as Proc. Int. Congr. Cell. Biol.]
(74)            Pirie, N. W. Structure and activities of the bacterial surface. [Report of meeting] Nature, Lond. 163 897-898
(75)            Elsden, S. R. and Pirie, N. W. Marjory Stephenson 1885-1948 – obituary notice. J. gen. Microbiol. 3 329-339
(76)     1950   Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. The varieties of macromolecules in extracts from virus infected plants. In Viruses
                1950: proceedings of a conference on “The Similarities and Dissimilarities between Viruses Attacking Animals,
                Plants and Bacteria, respectively”California Institute of Technology, 1950. Ed. M. Delbruck 35-39, Division of
                Biology, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California
(77)            Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Some factors affecting the activation of virus preparations made from tobacco
                leaves infected with a tobacco necrosis virus. J. gen Microbiol. 4 464-481
(78)            Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Some effects of freezing in the leaf, and of citrate in vitro, on the infectivity of a
                tobacco necrosis virus. J. gen. Microbiol. 4 482-492
(79)            Holden, M., Pirie, N. W. and Tracey, M. V. A study of enzymes that can break down tobacco-             leaf
                components. I. Digestive juice of Helix on leaf fibre. Biochem. J. 47 399-407
(80)            Pirie, N. W. A biochemical approach to viruses. Nature, Lond. 166 495-496
(81)            Pirie, N. W. The isolation from normal tobacco leaves of nucleoprotein with some similarity to plant viruses.
                Biochem. J. 47 614-625
(82)     1951   Pirie, N. W. A choice of difficultiues. (Letter) Science 114(2949) 20
(83)            Pirie, N. W. The circumvention of waste. In Four thousand million mouths: scientific humanism and the shadow
                of world hunger Eds. F. Le Gros Clark and N. W. Pirie 180-199, Oxford University Press
(84)     1952   Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Physiology of virus dieases. A. Rev. Pl. Physiol. 3 171-188
(85)     1951   Pirie, N. W. The clear representation of very small masses. (Letter) Nature, Lond. 168 1008
(86a)    1952   Pirie, N. W. Vital blarney. (Review of J. D. Bernal The Physical Basis of Life) Penguin New Biol. 12 106-112
(86b)           Pirie, N. W. (Editor) Geochemical aspects of the origin of complex organic molecules on Earth, as precursors of
                organic life. [Posthumous notes of V. M. Goldsmit] Penguin New Biol. 12 97-105
(87)     1951   Pirie, N. W. Concepts out of context: the pied pipers of science. Br. J. Phil Sci. 2 269-280
(88)     1952   Pirie, N. W. Basic research into contraception. (Letter) Lancet 262(6697) 54-57 (5 January 1952)
(89)     1953   Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Virus multiplication considered as a form of protein synthesis. Symp. Soc. gen
                Microbiol. 2 21-41 [The Nature of Virus Multiplication Eds P. Fildes and W. E. van Heyningen, Cambridge
                University Press]
(90)     1952   Holden, M. and Pirie, N. W. The behaviour of nucleic acids in the tobacco leaf. (Abstract) Int. Congr. Biochem.
                2nd, Paris 259
(91)            Pirie, N. W. The biochemistry of conception control. Eugen. Rev. 44 129-140
(92)            Pirie, N. W. On scientific reviewing and writing. (Letter) Science 116 401
(93)            Pirie, N. W. Protein production from green leaves. Wld Crops 4 374-376
(94)     1953   Pirie, N. W. The effects of size and stability on antigenicity. [Contribution to the discussion of paper: The role of
                carbohydrates in immunochemistry by M. Stacey] Biochem. Soc. Symp. 10 81-82
(95)            Pirie, N. W. Food and the future: part 3(A). The efficient use of sunlight for food production. Chemy Ind.
                442-445
(96)            Pirie, N. W. Large-scale production of edible protein from fresh leaves. Rep. Rothamsted exp Stn 1952 173-181
(97)            Pirie, N. W. Research for plenty No. 8: New foods for a crowded world. Agriculture, Lond. 60 116-120
(98)            Pirie, N. W. Ideas and assumptions about the origin of life. Discovery 14 238-242
(99)            Pirie, N. W. Cellulase as a subject for speculation and commercial eneterprise. [Contribution to the discussion of
                paper: Cellulases by M. V. Tracey] Biochem. Soc. Symp. 11 61-62
(100)           Pirie, N. W. Some host components that affect viruses during isolation. Int. Congr. Microbiol. 6th, Symp.
                Interaction of viruses and cells, Rome, 7-11 September 1953 11-22
(101)    1954   Pirie, N. W. The fission of tobacco mosaic virus and some other nucleoproteins by strontium nitrate. Biochem. J.
                56 83-86
(102a)          Pirie, N. W. Food or frivolities. Scient. Wkr 9 8-10
(102b)          Pirie, N. W. Food and the future. Laden Wain 12-14
(103)           Pirie, N. W. On making and recognising life. New Biol. 16 39-50
(104)           Pirie, N. W. Factors controlling biological multilplication. [Report on meeting of Institute of Biology, The
                Number of Man and Animals, 24-25 September 1954] Nature, Lond. 174 815-817
(105)    1956   Pirie, N. W. Power from leaves. In Wind and Solar Energy: proceedings of the Unesco             symposium,      New
                Delhi, October 1954 216-224
(106)    1954   Pirie, N. W. Fact and fancy in discussions about the origin of life. Sci. Cult. 20 261-265
(107)    1955   Pirie, N. W. Summing up of discussion meeting “The principles of mcirobial classification.” J. gen. Microbiol.
                12 382-386
(108)           Holden, M. and Pirie, N. W. The partial purification of leaf ribonuclease. Biochem. J. 60 39-46
(109)           Holden, M. and Pirie, N. W. The preparation of ribonucleic acid from yeast, tobacco leaves and tobacco mosaic
                virus. Biochem. J. 60 46-53
(110)           Holden, M. and Pirie, N. W. A comparison of leaf and pancreatic ribonuclease. Biochem. J. 60           53-62
(111)           Holden, M. and Pirie, N. W. Treatments affecting the ultraviolet absorption spectrum of ribonucleic acid from
                three sources. Biochim. biophys. Acta 16 317-321
(112)    1956   Pirie, N. W. General methods for separation: making and handling extracts. In Modern Methods of Plant Analysis
                1 Eds K. Paech and M. V. Tracey 26-55, Springer, Berlin
(113)    1955   Pirie, N. W. Proteins. In Modern Methods of Plant Analysis 4 Eds K. Paech and M. V. Tracey 23-68, Springer,
                Berlin
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(114)    1954   Pirie, N. W. Leaf proteins. Vijnan-karmee 6 14-15
(115)    1955   Pirie, N. W. Biochemical engineering. Society of Biological Chemists, India, Souvenir Volume 122-127
(116)    1956   Pirie, N. W. A disintegrator for use with small quantities of fresh leaves. J. agric. Engng Res. 1 81-82
(117)    1955   Pirie, N. W. New ways with trees. Trees 19 74-79
(118)    1956   Pirie, N. W. Some components of tobacco mosaic virus preparations made in different ways. Biochem. J. 63
                316-325
(119)           Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. Observations on the anomalous proteins occurring in extracts from plants
                infected with strains of tobacco mosaic virus. J. gen. Microbiol. 14 460-477
(120)    1957   Pirie, N. W. The anatomy of tobacco mosaic virus. Adv. Virus Res. 4 159-190
(121)    1956   Byers, M., Fairclough, D. and Pirie, N. W. The large-scale production of leaf protein. (Abstract) Biochem. J. 63
                33p-34p
(122)           Pirie, N. W, Unexploited technological possibilities of making food for man and animals. [Paper        presented at
                Symposium of the Nutrition Society on “The impact of food technology on the nutrition of man and animals” 28
                April 1956] Proc. Nutr. Soc. 15 154-160
(123)           Pirie, N. W. The recognition, distribution and action of nucleic acids. In Chromosomes: lectures held at the
                Conference on Chromosomes, Wageningen, Netherlands, 16-19 April 1956 Ed. R. Prakka 105-129, W. E. J.
                Tjeenk Willink, Zwolle, Netherlands
(124)    1957   Pirie, N. W. Introduction to symposium on “The structure of nucelic acids and their role in protein synthesis”,
                London, 18 February 1956. Biochem. Soc. Symp. 14 1-3
(125)           Pirie, N. W. Material in virus preparations not necessary for the manifestation of characteristic virus properties.
                In The nature of viruses: proceedings Ciba Foundation Symposium “The Biophysics and Biochemistry of
                Viruses”, 26-28 March 1955 Eds G. E. W. Wolstenholme and E. C. P. Millar 56-64, J. & A. Churchill
(126)    1955   Pirie, N. W. The use of higher plants for storing solar energy. Transactions Conference on “Use of Solar Energy
                – the Scientific Basis”, 1955, Tucson, Arizona 4 115-121
(127)    1957   Pirie, N. W. Macromolecular nucleoproteins from healthy tobacco leaves. Biochimiya 22 140-147
(128)           Pirie, N. W. Chemical diversity and the origins of life. Proceedings of International Symposium “The Origin of
                Life on the Earth” 55-61, Academy of Science, Moscow
(129)           Pirie, N. W. Biochemical engineering. Research 10 29-34
(130)           Bawden, F. C. And Pirie, N. W. A virus-inactivating system from tobacco leaves. J. gen. Microbiol. 16 696-710
(131)           Pirie, N. W. Some assumptions underlying discussion on the origins of life. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. 69 369-376
(132)           Pirie, N. W. Virus discussion. Symposium on “Cellular biology, nucleic acids and viruses” Spec. Publs N. Y.
                Acad. Sci. 5 247-248
(133)           Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. The activity of fragmented and reassembled tobacco mosaic virus. J. gen.
                Microbiol. 17 80-95
(134)           Le Gros Clarke, F. and Pirie, N. W. Introduction: the biology of aging. In The biology of ageing Eds W. B. Yapp
                and G. H. Bourne x-xiv, Institute of Biology, London
(135)           Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein as a human food. Fd Mf. 32 416-419 [reprinted in Nutrition 12 3-8 (1958)]
(136)    1958   Pirie, N. W. Unconventional production of food-stuffs. In The biological productivity of Britain Eds W. P. Yapp
                and D. J. Watson 115-126, Symposia, Institute of Biology 7, Institute of Biology, London
(137)    1957   Pirie, N. W. The origins of life: Moscow symposium. Nature, Lond. 180 886-888
(138)    1958   Pirie, N. W. Leaves as a source of human food. The Vegan 10 7-9
(139)           Pirie, N. W. The lunatic fringe of space. Envoy 3 15
(140)           Pirie, N. W. Unconventional production of foodstuffs. Penguin Sci. News, Harmondsworth 49 17-38
(141)    1959   Pirie, N. W. Contribution to the discussion of papers by Isherwood and Thompson & Martin on glutathione.
                Biochem. Soc. Symp. 17 26-27
(142)    1958   Pirie, N. W. World hunger as a biochemical problem. [The E. Frankland Armstrong Memorial Lecture] Jl R. Soc.
                Arts 104 511-528
(143)    1959   Pirie, N. W. The large-scale separation of fluids from fibrous pulps. J. biochem. microbiol. Technol. Engng 1
                13-25
(144)    1958   Pirie, N. W. The properties of fragments of tobacco mosaic virus. Proc. 4th Int. Congr. Biochem. Symp. 7 45-47
(145)           Pirie, N. W. Chairman’s summing up to the 7th symposium, Biochemistry of viruses. Proc. 4th Int. Congr.
                Biochem. Symp. 7 237-239
(146)    1959   Pirie, N. W. Selecting facts and avoiding assumptions. The Rationalist Annual 52-62
(147)           Pirie, N. W. Some aspects of the origins of life considered in the light of the Moscow International Symposium.
                ICSU Rev. 1 40-48
(148)           Pirie, N. W. Leaf proteins. A. Rev. Pl. Physiol. 10 33-52
(149)           Pirie, N. W. The position of stereoisomerism in argument about the origins of life. J. C. Bose memorial volume,
                Trans. Bose Res. Inst. 22 111-120
(150)           Pirie, N. W. The method, myth and mania of space travel. Envoy 4 6-7
(151)           Pirie, N. W. Malthus 1959 – farmer and biochemist versus engineer and doctor. Mem. Proc. Manchr. lit. phil.
                Soc. 101 96-111
(152)           Bawden, F. C. and Pirie, N. W. The infectivity and inactivation of nucleic acid preparations from tobacco mosaic
                virus. J. gen Microbiol. 21 438-456
(153)    1960   Pirie, N. W. Biological replication considered in the general context of scientific illusion. Penguin New Biol. 31
                117-135
(154)    1959   Pirie, N. W. Scientific writing. (Letter) Times Literary Supplement (26 September 1959)
(155)           Pirie, N. W. Edible protein from leaves. British Vegetarian 1 229-232
(156)           Pirie, N. W. Germ warfare. (Letter) A Sc W Jl p28 (July-September 1959)
(157a)          Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein as human food. Lancet ii(7109) 961-962 (28 November 1959)
(157b)          Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein as human food. (Letter) Lancet ii(7113) 1187-1188 (26 December 1959)
(158)    1960   Morrison, J. E. and Pirie, N. W. The presentation of leaf protein on the table. Nutrition 14 7-11
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(159)           Pirie, N. W. Water hyacinth: a curse or a crop? Nature, Lond. 185 116
(160)           Pirie, N. W. The relevance of to-days research to tomorrow’s problems. Peace News 3 (15 January 1960)
(161)           Pirie, N. W. New foods for world needs. R. Soc. Hlth J. 80 198-203
(162)           Pirie, N. W. Lung cancer and tobacco mosaic virus. (Letters) Lancet i(7127) 707 (26 March 1960) and Lancet
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(345)   1976     Pirie, N. W. Report on a visit to India, Dec. 28 1975 to Jan. 21 1976. Royal Society 6pp (unpublished)
(346)            Pirie, N. W. On terminology and composition. (Letter) Ecology of food and nutrition 5 171
(347)            Carruthers, I. B. and Pirie, N. W. Mechanical dehydration of potato tubers. Expl Agric. 12 329-335
(348)            Lacey, J. and Pirie, N. W. Chemical preservation of partially dried potato pulp. Expl Agric. 12 337-340
(349)            Pirie, N. W. New foods. Medicine 17 826-827
(350)            Pirie, N. W. Food protein sources. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Ser. B 274 489-498
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(352)            Pirie, N. W. Terminology in origin of life studies. Origins of life 7 69
(353)            Pirie, N. W. Maintaining a tolerable environment. Trends Biochem. Sci. 1(12) N266-N267
(354)            Pirie, N. W. Physical limitations on the food supply. In People and food tomorrow [Papers presented at British
                 Nutrition Society’s second conference, Cambridge, April 1976] Eds D. Hollingsworth and E. Morse 157-165,
                 Applied Science Publishers, London
(355)            Pirie, N. W. Restoring esteem for leafy vegetables. Appropriate Technology 3(3) 24-25
(356)            Pirie, N. W. The world food supply: physical limitations. Futures 8 509-516
(357)   1977     Pirie, N. W. A simple unit for extracting leaf protein in bulk. Expl Agric. 13 113-118
(358)            Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein extraction techniques. In McGraw-Hill Yearbook 1977 279-280
(359)            Pirie, N. W. The art of popularisation. Trends Biochem. Sci. 2(2) 44
(360)            Pirie, N. W. World food supply. In Tree of knowledge: the weekly magazine that builds into a new kind of
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(361)   1978     Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein (LP). In Encyclopedia of food science 3 Eds M. S. Peterson and A. H. Johnson 455-457,
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(362)   1977     Pirie, N. W. The role of leaf protein in animal feeding. Wld Anim. Rev. (FAO) No. 22 11-14
(363)            Pirie, N. W. Waste not, want not. New Scient. 75(1062) 233-234
(364)            Butler, J. B. and Pirie, N. W. A simple unit for extracting protein in bulk from leaves. (Abstract) Proc. Nutr. Soc.
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(365)            Pirie, N. W. Unfinished business. Trends Biochem. Sci. 2(9) N197
(366)   1979     Pirie, N. W. The efficiency of protein production by different farming systems. In Nitrogen assimilation of plants
                 Eds E. J. Hewitt and C. V. Cutting 613-624, Academic Press, London
(367)   1978     Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein gains respectability. League for International Food Education Newsletter 1-2 (May
                 1978), Washington, D.C.
(368)   1977     Pirie, N. W. Appropriate leaf protein technology. Belo Horizonte, Brazil
(369)            Pirie, N. W. The extended use of fractionation processes. [Proceedings of a Royal Society symposium on
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(370)            Pirie, N. W. Concluding remarks (at Royal Society symposium on Gravity and Biological Systems, organized by
                 H. Massey, N. W. Pirie, D. J. Osborne and H. S. Wolff) Proc. R Soc. Ser. B 199 565-566
(371)            Pirie, N. W. Tropical leaf vegetables in human nutrition. (Book review) Food and Nutrition 3(4) 31-32
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(372)   1978     Pirie, N. W. Polymathic pioneer.(Erasmus Darwin) Books and Bookmen
(373)            Pirie, N. W. Fresh-water weeds as a resource. Appropriate Technology 4(4) 15-17
(374)            Pirie, N. W. Realisation that biology is a science. New Scient. 79 49
(375)            Pirie, N. W. The production and use of leaf protein. (Abstract) Congress of Sociedades Portuguesas de
                 Bioquimica, Genetica e Microbiologia, Povoa de Varzim, Portugal, May 1978
(376)            Pirie, N. W. Wohler and vitalism. (Letter) Trends Biochem. Sci. 3(7) N162
(377)            Pirie, N. W. Foxing fungus. (Letter) Nature, Lond. 275 8
(378)            Pirie, A. and Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein. (Abstract) In Nutrition and food science: present knowledge and
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                 1978 Ed W. Santos
(379)            Pirie, N. W. Agricultural needs and biological education. In Bioscience education in developing countries,
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(380)            Pirie, N. W. Food from the leaves of trees and bushes. Appropriate Technology 5(3) 22-23 [Also reprinted
                 elsewhere]
(381)            Pirie, N. W. Walking on glass. (Letter) Appropriate Technology 5(3) 15
(382)            Pirie, N. W. On rationalising prefixes. (Letter) Jl R. Soc. Arts 127 60
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                 papers, COSTED, Kuala Lumpur, April 1978 Eds S. Radhakrishna and M. Mohinder Singh 122-127, ICSU,
                 COSTED, Bangalore
(384)   1979     Pirie, N. W. A reminiscence of Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins (1861-1947). Trends Biochem. Sci. 4(4)
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(385)            Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein as a source of food. Appl. Biology 4 2-62
(386)   1978/9   Pirie, N. W. Beneficial manipulation of the carbon cycle. Agric. Environ. 4 227-231
(387)   1979     Pirie, N. W. Use of L for litre. (Letter) B.S.I. News 7 6
(388)            Pirie, N. W. Potential of leaf protein as human food. J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 56 472
(389)            Pirie, N. W. Some reasons for fractionating leafy fodders. Milling Feed and Fertiliser 57(7) 18-19
(390)            Pirie, N. W. Khesari Dahl – the poisonous pea. (Letter) Appropriate Technology 6(2) 13
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(391)           Pirie, N. W. Purification and crystallisation of proteins. In The origins of modern biochemistry: a retrospect on
                proteins Eds P. R. Srinivasan, J. S. Fruton and J. T. Edsall, Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. 325 21-34
(392)           Pirie, N. W. J. B. S. Haldane 1892-1964. Trends Biochem. Sci. 4(11) N273-N274
(393)    1980   Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein production and use. In Applied protein chemistry Ed R. A. Grant 113-132, Applied
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(394)    1979   Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein. (Summary of lecture) Monthly Bulletin-Asiatic Society Calcutta 8(7) 2
(395)    1980   Pirie, N. W. The research environment. Biologist 27 6-8
(396)    1979   Pirie, N. W. More information needed. (Letter) Ceres(FAO Review) 12(6) 43
(397)    1980   Pirie, N. W. Concentrating ethanol. (Letter) Nature, Lond. 284 210
(398)           Pirie, N. W. Barrier methods. (Letter) People 7(2) 2
(399)           Pirie, N. W. J. B. Lawes (1814-1900). Trends Biochem. Sci. 5(7) iii-vi
(400)           Pirie, N. W. Water weed uses. Water Spectrum 12(3) 43-49
(401)           Pirie. N. W. Winged bean. (Letter) People 7(3) 2
(402)           Pirie, N. W. Space victualling. Endeavour (new series) 4 74-77
(403)           Pirie, N. W. Pirie, Norman Wingate. In McGraw-Hill modern scientists and engineers Volume 2 423
(404)           Pirie, N. W. Infection – from worms to nucleotides. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 5 312-319
(405)    1979   Pirie, N. W. Food from the leaves of trees and bushes. Unasylva 31 11-14 [Same as publication 380: also
                published in French and Spanish]
(406)    1980   Pirie, N. W. The appropriate technology of food protein. IFDA Dossier/International Foundation for
                Development Alternatives No. 19 104-107
(407)    1981   Pirie, N. W. The need for more information about vegetables. In Vegetable productivity: the role of vegetables in
                feeding people and livestock: proceedings of a symposium held at the Royal Geographical Society, London 27-28
                September 1979 Ed. C. R. W. Spedding 6-16 Symposia of the Institute of Biology 25, Macmillan, London
(408)    1980   Pirie, N. W. Food and health: a contrast in approach. Africa Health 3(3) 20-22
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(410)           Pirie, N. W. Hyaluronidase inhibitors and contraception. IPPF Med. Bull. 15 3-4
(411)           Pirie, N. W. Weed control. (Letter) Nature, Lond. 290 356
(412)           Pirie, N. W. Russian yeast. (Letter) New Scient. 89 377
(413a)          Pirie, N. W. Homo/homio. (Letter) Biologist 28 68
(413b)          Pirie, N. W. Chain reaction. (Letter) The Times (10 June 1981)
(413c)          Pirie, N. W. Cool patent. (Letter) New Scient. 91 42
(413d)          Pirie, N. W. From our readers. (Letter) Cajanus 14 177
(414)           Pirie, N. W. What are the most useful and easily available sources of potassium. Diarrhoea Dialogue 5 7
(415)           Pirie, N. W. Would food and health services benefit from a more intimate union? Ecology of Food and Nutrition
                10 257-259
(416)           Pirie, N. W. Brighter biochemistry. Trends Biochem. Sci. 6(7) R3-R4
(417)    1980   Pirie, N. W. The temporary preservation of leaf protein. Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics 17 349-352
(418)    1981   Pirie, N. W. Russell, Sir (Edward) John (1872-1965). In The Dictionary of National Biography 1961-1970 Eds E.
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(419)           Pirie, N. W. Cosmobiochemistry. Trends Biochem. Sci. 6(12) R9-R10
(420)    1980   Pirie, N. W. Possible impact of cosmochemistry on terrestrial biology – historical introduction. Phil. Trans. R.
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(421)    1982   Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein as a food source. Experientia 38 28-31
(422)           Pirie, N. W. Preparation and quality of edible leaf protein. Ind. Engng Chem. Product Res. Develop. 21 299-302
(423)           Pirie, N. W. Realistic approaches to Third World food supplies. Third World Planning Review 4 31-43
(424)           Pirie, N. W. A thermal history. (Letter) Nature, Lond. 296 796
(425)           Pirie, N. W. The stability of beta-carotene in preserved, moist leaf protein. (Abstract) Proc. Nutr. Soc. 41 142A
(426)           Pirie, N. W. The meaning of chiral conventions. Origins of Life 12 211-213
(427)           Pirie, N. W. Rational choice among food sources. In Biology, society and choice Eds J. P. Hudson and T.
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(428)           Pirie, N. W. Fluctuating food fashions. Paper 235 presented to Section X of British Association for the
                Advancement of Science Meeting, Liverpool pp 1-19
(429)    1983   Pirie, N. W. The place of leaf protein in a food program. In Frontiers of research in agriculture: proceedings
                Golden Jubilee International Conference, Indian Statistical Institute, 27 September- 1October 1982 Ed S. K. Roy
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(430)    1982   Pirie, N. W. Some controversial aspects of leaf protein research. In Progress in leaf protein research:
                proceedings 1st international conference on leaf protein research, viii-xiv, Marathwada University, Aurangabad,
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(431)           Pirie, N. W. Role of leaf protein in our food problems. In 75 years of agricultural research and education
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(432)    1983   Pirie, N. W. Epilogue. In Metals and Micronutrients: uptake and utilization by plants Eds D. A. Robb and W. S.
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(433)           Pirie, N. W. Possible consequences of very large-scale use of unconventional energy sources. Futures 15 73-78
(434)    1982   Pirie, N. W. Children of clay?(Book review) Nature, Lond. 300 127-128
(435)    1983   Pirie, N. W. Nutritional supplements for animals: leaf protein. In CRC Handbook of nutritional supplements,
                Volume 2: Agricultural use Ed M. Rechcigl 177-179, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida
(436)           Pirie, N. W. Proving leaf protein's worth. [Report on international conference] Nature, Lond. 301 20
(437)    1982   Pirie, N. W. Food protein from leaves. In Food proteins: proceedings Kellogg Foundation International
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(438)    1983   Pirie, N. W. Worldwide interest in leaf protein. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 13 63-64
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(439)           Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein. In CRC Handbook of nutritional supplements, Volume 1: Human use Ed. M. Rechcigl
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(440)    1982   Pirie, N. W. The small-scale production of edible protein from by-product leaves. In New technologies for the
                utilization of biologically based raw materials Eds J. Hirs and S. Munch 123-136, International Institute for
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(441)    1983   Pirie, N. W. The comprehensibility of our food requirements. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 12 247-254
(442)           Pirie, N. W. Meteorite swarms.(Letter) New Scient. 97 914
(443)           Pirie, N. W. The merits of extracted leaf protein. In A system analysis approach to the assessment of
                non-conventional protein production technologies, Sofia, Bulgaria, October 1982 Ed. J. T. Worgan 141-146,
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(444)           Pirie, N. W. An international conference on leaf protein.(Report) Xerophthalmia Club Bull. 8 (July 1983)
(445)           Pirie, N. W. The nature of biochemistry.(Letter) Br. J. Hist. Sci. 26 273
(446)           Pirie, N. W. Life's thermal history.(Letter) Nature, Lond. 305 8
(447)           Pirie, N. W. Numerical verbs.(Letter) Nature, Lond. 305 664
(448)           Pirie, N. W. Small-scale production of edible leaf protein. In Proceedings of the International Conference on
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(449)    1984   Pirie, N. W. The false dawn of nucleic acids. Trends Biochem. Sci. 9(1) 35-37
(450)           Pirie, N. W. From medical chemistry to biochemistry - the making of a biomedical discipline Kohler, R. E.
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(451)    1983   Pirie, N. W. The knowledge needed for successful leaf protein production. In Leaf protein concentrates Eds L.
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(452)    1984   Pirie, N. W. New words for old. (Letter) Nature, Lond. 307 312
(453)    1983   Pirie, N. W. Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins (1861-1947) Compreh. Biochem. 35 103-128
(454)           Pirie, N. W. Tapping the non-conventional green plants for protein - agronomy, preparation and scope of use. In
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(455)    1984   Pirie, N. W. Fluctuating food fashions. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 9 149-159
(456a)          Pirie, N. W. A question of chirality. (Letter) Nature, Lond. 311 18
(456b)          Pirie, N. W. Vasectomy. (Letter) People 11(3) 2
(457a)          Pirie, N. W. Chicken or egg of chiral preferences. (Letter) Chemy Br. 20 609-610
(457b)          Pirie, N. W. Setting the standards. (Letter) Biochem. Soc. Bull. 6(3) 4
(458)           Pirie, N. W. Stability of beta-carotene in moist, preserved leaf protein. In Progress in leaf protein research:
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(459)           Pirie, N. W. Technological approaches to plant productivity. Econ. appliquée, 37 363-376
(460)           Pirie, N. W. Scientific literature. (Letter) Am. Scient. 72 326
(461)           Pirie, N. W. Factors affecting beta-carotene destruction in moist preserved leaf protein . Qualitas Plantarum-Pl.
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(462)           Pirie, N. W. English at risk. (Letter) Nature, Lond. 312 490
(463)           Pirie, N. W. Novel sources of protein. In Research in food science and nutrition: proceedings of 6th international
                congress of food science and technology, 18-23 September 1983, Dublin, Volume 5: Food science and
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(464)    1985   Pirie, N. W. Parochial, visionary and factual thinking on the origins of life. BioEssays 2 180-181
(465)           Pirie, N. W. Comments of the importance of green vegetables. Qualitas Plantarum-Pl. Fds Hum. Nutr. 35 73-80
(466)           Pirie, N. W. Extracted leaf protein in British agriculture. (Letter) Nature, Lond. 315 720
(467)           Pirie, N. W. What can nutritionists do about famine? Nutrition News & Notes No. 9 8-9
(468)           Pirie, N. W. Fact and assumption in studies on the origins of life. Origins of Life 15 207-212
(469)           Pirie, N. W. Welcome heterodoxy on life's origins. (Book review) New Scient. 108 51 (10 October 1985)
(470)           Pirie, N. W. Ecosystems of deep-sea vents. (Letter) Science 230 496
(471)           Pirie, N. W. Rediscovering the leaf. Milling 169 15-16
(472)    1986   Pirie, N. W. Magnetic IUD. (Letter) People 13 2
(473)           Pirie, N. W. Cassava toxicity. (Letter) Lancet i(8480) 561(8 March 1986)
(474)           Pirie, N. W. Recurrent luck in research. In Selected topics in the history of biochemistry: personal recollections
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(475)           Pirie, N. W. Appropriate technology of leaf protein. In International Symposium Proteins in Food, Health and
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(476)           Pirie, N. W. The right to knowledge about food and the means for getting it. Speculations in Science and
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(477)           Pirie, N. W. Adding value to biomass.(Letter) Link-up p6(April-June 1986)
(478)           Pirie, N. W. (Shakespeare and nutritional advice, Letter) Nutrition News & Notes 12 8
(479)           Pirie, N. W. Some physical properties on which successful leaf protein production depends. In Proceedings 3rd
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(480)           Pirie, N. W. The next phase with leaf protein. In Proceedings 18th Annual Convention of the Indian Society of
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(481)           Pirie, N. W. Agricultural research. (Letter) Biologist 33 120
(482)           Pirie, N. W. Sugar doubts. (Letter) Chemy Ind. (17) 566
(483)           Pirie, N. W. Different readers have different interests. (Letter) Ecology of Food and Nutrition 19 81-82
(484)           Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein after forty years. BioEssays 5 174-175
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(486)          Pirie, N. W. Frederick LeGros Clark. In Dictionary of National Biography, 1971-1980: with an index covering
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(487)          Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein for overcoming hunger in the world. Proceedings of International Conference on
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(488)          Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein in human diets. Proceedings of International Conference on Recent Advances in Leaf
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(489)          Pirie, N. W. Production, preservation and use of leaf protein. ASEAN Food Journal 2 47-50
(490)   1987   Pirie, N. W. A new look at contraceptives. The Scientist 1(5) 19
(491)          Pirie, N. W. Eclectic biochemistry. Trends Biochem. Sci. 12 79-80
(492)          Pirie, N. W. Some preliminary observations on treatments which increase and decrease the stability of
               beta-carotene in preserved, moist leaf protein. Pl. Fds Hum. Nutr. 36 263-272
(493)          Pirie, N. W. Survival of the fittedest. (Letter) The Scientist 1(17) 10
(494)          Pirie, N. W. A pedal-assisted unit for making leaf juice. Expl Agric. 23 315-318
(495)          Pirie, N. W. No new biology. (Letter) Nature, Lond. 329 758
(496)          Pirie, N. W. An economical unit for pressing juice from fibrous pulps. J. agric. Engng Res. 38 217-222
(497)          Pirie, N. W. Land-use after nuclear accidents. (Letter) Biologist 34 233
(498)   1988   Pirie, N. W. Efficient exploitation of plants for food. In Economic botany: its relevance to human society Eds M.
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(499)          Pirie, N. W. The right to knowledge about the quality and availability of food. In The right to food: technology
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(500)          Pirie, N. W. False comparison. (Letter) New Scient. 118 77
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(503)          Pirie, N. W. Physical, physiological and social aspects of food production. In Proceedings 37th Pugwash
               Conference, Gmunden am Traunsee, September 1987 435-437
(504)          Pirie, N. W. A brief 'Sermon' on leaf protein research. In Souvenir, 2nd Convention of Society for Green
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(505)   1989   Pirie, N. W. Optimal exploitation of leaf carotene. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 22 1-10
(506)          Pirie, N. W. Broadening Pugwash. Pugwash Newsletter 26(3) 122-124
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(509)          Pirie, N. W. Byways on the route to edible protein from leaves. The Biochemist 11 4-7
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(511)   1990   Pirie, N. W. The career of F. W. Twort. (Letter) Nature, Lond. 343 504
(512)          Pirie, N. W. Leaf protein: production and use. Interdisciplinary Sci. Reviews 15 168-176
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(515)   1991   Pirie, N. W. Carotene/vitamin A. (Letter). Ecology of Food and Nutrition 25 353
(516)          Pirie, N. W. Food utilisation of leaf protein in Europe, America and Africa. In Proceedings of the 3rd
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(519)          Pirie, N. W. The role of Rothamsted in making nutrition a science. The Biochemist 13(4) 8-13
(520)   1992   Pirie, N. W. Use surplus land for leaves to feed livestock. (Letter) Fmrs' Wkly 116(10) 12
(521)          Pirie, N. W. Krebs - a hands on biochemist. (Letter) The Biochemist 14(2) 55-56
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(524)   1993   Pirie, N. W. Some effects of donations on local food production. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 29 167-168
(525)   1992   Pirie, N. W. Social and political outlook of J. B. S. Haldane. In Human population genetics: a centennial tribute
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