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NEW SERIES. VOLUME LII.

JULY-DECEMBER, 1920

NEW YORK
THE SCIENCE PRESS

1920

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NEW SERIES. VOL. LII.- JULY TO DECEMBER, 1920

NAMES OF CONTRIBUTORS ARE PRINTED IN SMALL CAPITALS

Abel, 0, Die Stämme der Wirbelthiere, W. D.

MATTHEW, 37

Absorption-Transpiration Ratio in Nutrient Media,

E. S. JOHNSTON, 517

ADAMS, E. Q., Rational System of Units, 527

Aerological Work in the United States, C. L.

MEISINGER, 410

African Rift Valleys, W. M. DAVIS, 456

Ages of Animals, J. R. SLONAKER, 134

Agricultural Work at University of Nanking, 192

Agronomist and Food Supply, F. S. HARRIS, 395

Aitoff's Equal-area Projection of the Sphere, 8

Alaska, Agriculture, 101; Surveys in 1920, 125;

Forests, 244

Albino Vertebrates, J. S. DEXTER, 130
ALLARD, H. A., Flight of Fireflies and Flashing

Impulse, 537

ALLBUTT, T. C., Medical Research, 115

ALLEE, W. C., Journal of Morphology, 84

ALLEN, B. M., Transplantation of Hypophysis, 274

American Association for the Advancement of Sci-

ence: Meeting of Pacific Division, W. W. SAR-
GENT, 113; Grants, 403; Minutes of Executive
Committee, B. E. LIVINGSTON, 495; Chicago
Meeting, 504, B. E. LIVINGSTON, 521; Section
O–Agriculture, J. G. LIPMAN, 64; Section of
Zoology, 461; Status of Affairs of, B. E. LIVING-
STON, 499; Address of the President, SIMON

FLEXNER, 615
Ameghino, Works of, R. L. MOODIE, 469
Anatomical Literature, H. V. WILSON, 178
Anopheles, Larvae, J. ZETEK, 15; Swarming of, L.

0. HOWARD, 468
Anthropological Problems of the Far East, A.

HRDLICKA, 567

Anthropology, Institutes of, K. PEARSON, 371

Anti-vivisection, California Legislation, 334

ARNOLD, R., Earthquakes at Los Angeles, 121
Astronomical Soc., Amer., J. STEBBINS, 542
Astronomy, Daily Influence of, W. W. CAMPBELL,

545

Atmometers, B. E. LIVINGSTON and F. THONE, 85

Atoms in Common Metals, A. W. HULL, 227

Australia, Booming Lizard, W. H. BONE, 273

Austrian Meteorologists' Appeal for Aid, 357

BATEMAN, H., Electricity and Gravitation, 314

BATHER, F. A., Fossils and Life, 257

BAUER, L. A., Light Deflection in Solar Eclipse,

147

BELLING, J., A. F. BLAKESLEE and M. E. FARN-

HAM, Chromosomal Duplication, 388

BERGEIM, O., R. J. MILLER and P. B. HAWK, Gas-

tric Response to Foods, 253

BERRY, E. W., Diastrophism, 315; Paleontology

and Pragmatism, 529

Biochemical Research in England, 37

Biometric Laboratories at University College, 30

Biophysics, A. FORBES, 331

Bishop Museum and Pan-Pacific Scientific Con-

gress, C. SCHUCHERT, 74; Expeditions, 311

Black Fish, Autopsy of, G. A. MACCALLUM, 387

BLAKESLEE, A. F., J. BELLING and M. E. FARN-

HAM, Chromosomal Duplication, 388

Blatchley, W. S., Orthoptera, A. N. CAUDELL, 251

Blood Coagulation, A. R. Rich, 38

BONE, W. H., Booming Lizard of Australia, 273

Botany, Introductory Course in, B. M. Davis, 597

BORING, E. G., Gaussian Law, 129; Human

Heights, 464

Bouvier, C. L., La Vie Psychique des Insects, W.

M. WHEELER, 443
BÖVING, A. G., John Sahlberg, 216
BRASCH, F. E., History of Science Section and

Progress of Science, 559
Brewster Collection of Birds, 32
BRIGGS, F. N. and W. W. MACKIE, Fungicidal

Dusts for Control of Smuts, 540

British, Association, 209, 233, 257, 273, at Cardiff,

341; Science Guild, 76; Chemists, Headquar-

ters for, 168; Department of Scientific and In-

dustrial Research, 288; National Physical Lab-

oratory, 310; Ministry of Agriculture, 485;

National Union of Scientific Workers, 576

BROOKS, C. F., Amer. Meteorological Soc., 205
BRUES, C. T., Research Problems, 492
BURR, F. F., H. H. PLATT and S. R. WILLIAMS,

Mirages, 290

Bacteriology, Twenty-five Years of, S. FLEXNER,

615
BALDWIN, W. M., X-ray Energy acting upon Frogs'

Ova, 229
Banks, Joseph, Centenary of, 123
Barbour Microdissection Apparatus, H. B. GOOD-

RICH, 252

BARTON, 8. G., Eric Doolittle, 378

BARUS, C., Spiral Nebulae, 112; Compression of a

Sound Wave, 586

CAJORI, F., Galileo's Experiment, 409

Calcium Metabolism, E. B. Hart, H. STEENBOCK

and C. A. HOPPERT, 318; E. F. ROBB, 510

California, Acad. of Sci., Lectures on Astronomy,

335; Collection of Birds, 486; Institute of Tech-
nology,

356
CAMPBELL, W. W., Relations with Teutonic Scien-

tists, 109; Daily Influence of Astronomy, 545
Canada, Power Resources, 332
CARLSON, C. O., Nebraska Academy of Science,

471
Carnegie Foundation and Research in Colleges, L.

A. ROGERS, 176

CASTLE, W. E., Linked Genes in Rabbits, 156 Earthquakes at Los Angeles, R. ARNOLD, 121
CAUDELL, A, N., Orthoptera, W. S. Blatchley, 251 EDDINGTON, A. S., Internal Constitution of Stars,
CHAMBERLIN, T. C., Wisconsin Academy of Sci- 233

Edison, T. A., Prize, 381
Chemical, Research in France and England, 148; EDMONSON, Ć. H., Spawning Season for Mullet,

Conference, International, 244; Soc., Amer., 170, 490
C. L. PARSONS, 158, 183, 206, 230, 254, 276, Edwards, Jonathan, on the Mechanistic Concep-
297, 319, 345, 369, 390, 414, 564, 588, 612, 642, tion of Life, J. M. C., 409; as a Freudian, E. E.
News Service, 403

Slosson, 609

CHEN, C. C. and J. B. S. NORTON, Corn Seed Para- Efficiency in Thermal Phenomena, E. H. LOCK-

sites, 250

WOOD, 366

CHENEY, E. G., White Pine Blister Rust, 342 Einstein's Theory, E. R. LAIRD, 14; E. KASNER,
CHILD, C. D., Band Spectrum from Mercury Vapor,

413
248

Electrical Engineering Course at Mass. Inst. Tech.,
Chromosomal Duplication, A. F. BLAKESLEE, J. W. H, TIMBIE, 163
BELLING and M. E. FARNHAM, 388

Electricity and Gravitation, H. BATEMAN, 314

Chromosomes, Conjugation of, W. NAKAHARA, 82 EMMET, A. D., Fat-soluble A and Xerophthalmia,

Civil Service Employees, 9

157

Clements, F. E., Plant Indicators, F. H. KEARNEY, Engineering, Societies, Federated Amer., 194;

609

Foundation, 533

COLE, F. N., Amer. Mathematical Soc., 518

ESTERLY, C. O., Diurnal Migration, 307

COLLINS, G. N., Maize from Burma, 48

Comstock, J. H, Introduction to Entomology, V. FAIRCHILD, H. L., Pleistocene Clays, 284

KELLOGG, 61

Families and Subfamilies in Zoology, H. C. OBER-

Conservation of Quality of Water, W. F. WELLS,

HOLSER, 142
279

Family Names in Zoology, M. W. LYON, JR.,
Corn Seed Parasite, J. B. S. NORTON and C. C. T. L. CASEY, 491
CHEN, 250

FARNHAM, M. E., A. F. BLAKESLEE and J. BEL-

Cornell University, Heckscher Foundation, 357 LING, Chromosomal Duplication, 388

Corrosion of Firearms, W. J. HUFF, 61

Fat-soluble A and Xerophthalmia, A. D. EMMET,

Cretaceous, Recedent Lake Shores of, J. R. WIE- 157

LAND, 537

Filters, Wrattan, C. E. K. MEES, 608

Czecho' Slovakia, Appeal for Publications, A. Fisheries, on the Gulf States, 31; Fairport Bio-
HRDLIČKA, 637

logical Station, 310; Bureau of, Laboratory

Building at Fairport, Iowa, 503
Daggett, Frank Slater, J. C. MERRIAM, 242

FLEXNER, 8., William Henry Welch, 417; Twenty-
Davis, B. M., Heredity and Evolution in Plants,

five Years of Bacteriology, 615
410; Gager's Introductory Course in Botany,

Flight of Fireflies and Flashing Impulses, H. A.
597

ALLARD, 537
DAVIS, W. M., African Rift Valleys, 456

Floods, C. L. MEISINGER, 17

Dean on Helmets and Body Armor in Modern

Foods and Drugs Act, Enforcement of, 124

Warfare, D. FRANKLIN, 201

FORBES, A., Biophysics, 331

DEGEER, G., Determination of Geochronology, 502
DEMPSTER, A. J., Positive Ray Analysis of Mag-

FORBES, A, W., and A. G. WEBSTER, Thermal Cal-

culations, 175
nesia, 559

FORBES, E. B., Influence of Fresh Food in Lacta-

DENNISON, D. M., Crystal Structure of Ice,

296

tion, 467

DEXTER, J. S., Albino Vertebrates, 130

Forest School, Yale, 602

Diastrophism, E. W. BERRY, 315

DICKSON, B. T., Staining of Plant Pathogen, 63

Forestry Education, 168

Fossil, Use of Term, A. M. MILLER, 408
Differentials, A. S. HATHAWAY, 35

Fossils and Life, F. A. BATHER, 257
Digestion, Psychological Factors in, J. R. KANTOR,

FOULQUIER, J. H., S. J., Joseph' Pantel, 266

200

Discussion and Correspondence, 13, 35, 59, 81, 107,

FRANKLIN, D., Dean on Helmets and Body Armor

in Modern Warfare, 201

129, 154, 175, 198, 223, 248, 272, 290, 314, 339,

Free Martin and its Reciprocal, C. G. HARTMAN,

363, 386, 408, 442, 461, 490, 509, 537, 559, 581,

469

608
Diurnal Migration, C. O. ESTERLY, 307

Freezing Point Lowering and Electrical Conduc-

tivity, J. A. HARRIS, R. A. GORTNER and J. V.

DOCK, G., Cost of German Publications, 608

LAWRENCE, 494

Doctorates in 1920, C. HULL, 478, 514

Fungicidal Dusts for Control of Smuts, w. w.

Doolittle, Eric, S. G. BARTON, 378

MACKIE and F. N. BRIGGS, 540

DRESDEN, A., Amer. Mathematical Soc., 393

Drift Bottles in Gulf of Maine, J. W. Mavor, 442

FUNK, C. and H. E. DUBIN, Vitamine Require-

ments of Rats. 447

DUBIN, H. E. and C. Funk, Vitamine Require-

Fur-seals. W. T. HORNADAY, 81; D. S. JORDAN,

ments of Rats, 447

DUERDEN, J. E., Mutations in Ostrich, 165

225; of the Pribiloff Islands, 333

EARLE, F. S., Tropical Research, 363

GAGER, C. 8., Introductory Course in Botany, 597

Voe. LII.

Galileo's Experiment, F. CAJORI, 409

High Temperature and Emission from Gases, G.

GARRISON, F. H., Greek Science and Modern Sci- M. J. MACKAY, 636

ence, 178; Scientific and Medical Manuscripts, History of Science Section and Progress of Sci-

226

ence, F. E. BRASCH, 559

Gastric Responses to Foods, P. B. Hawk, R. J. HITCHCOCK, A. S., Genera and Supergenera, 107

MILLER and O. BERGEIM, 253

HOAGLAND, D, R., Nutrient Solutions for Plants,

Gaussian Law, E. G. BORING, 464

562

Genera and Supergenera, A. S. HITCHCOCK, 107 HOBBS, W. H., Radicalism and Research, 177

Geneticists interested in Agriculture, Call for HOLLINGWORTH, H. L., Psychology of Nationality

Meeting of, 513

and Internationalism, H. A. Pillsbury, 511

Geochronology, Determination of, G. DEGEER, 502 Honey, a Luxury, M. C. TANQUARY, 538
Geographers, Assoc. of Amer., 438

HOPPERT, C. A., E. B. Hart and H. STEENBOCK,

Geographical Distribution of Marine Algae, W. A. Calcium Metabolism, 318

SETCHELL, 187

HORNADAY, W. T., Fur-seal Industry, 81

Geological Excursion, New England Intercolle- HOWARD, L. O., Swarming of Anopheles, 468
giate, 334, 458; Soc. of Amer., 486

Howchin, W., the Geology of South Australia, R.
Geology, Agricultural, J. E. SMITH, 139

D. SALISBURY, 586

HOWE, J. L., Purchases in Germany, 510
GERICKE, W. F., Protein Content of Wheat. 446
Germany, Purchases in, J. L. Howe, 510; G. Dock, HRDLIČKA, A., Anthropological Problems of the
608

Far East, 567; Publications for Czecho Slovakia,

637
Germination of Urophlyctes alfalfæ, C. E. SCOTT,

HUFF, W. J., Corrosion of Firearms, 61

225

Gilman Memorial Lectures on Geography, 358

HULL, A. W., Atoms in Common Metals, 227

GLEASON, H. A., Postglacial Time, 340; Biological HULL, C., Doctorates in 1920, 478, 514

Human Heights, E. G. BORING, 464

Journal, 387

HUXLEY, J. S., Intersexes in Drosophila, 59

GODDARD, R. H., Recording Apparatus for Meteoro-
logical Research with Rockets, 559

Hybridizing, Laws of, L. J. C., 492
Gold, World's Production of, 55

Hydrogen, Peroxide, Decomposition of, S. MOR-

GULIS and V. E. LEVINE, 202; Molecule and Hy-
Gold, E., Aids to Forecasting, A. M., 155
GOODRICH, H. B., Barbour Microdissection Appa-

drogen Ion, Structure of, I. LANGMUIR, 433

ratus, 252

Hygiene, Amer. Jour, of, 602

Hypophysis, Transplantation of, B. M. ALLEN,
Gorgas, William C., M. W. IRELAND, 53

274
GORTNER, R. A., J. A. HARRIS and J. V. LAWRENCE,
Freezing Point Lowering and Electrical Con-

Ice, Crystal Structure, D. M. DENNISON, 296
ductivity, 494
Greenland, Plan of Expedition to, L. Koch, 552

Iceland, Eruption of Katla, 243

Illinois Academy of Science, Council Meeting, 533
GUDGER, E. W., Whale Shark on Florida Coast, 191

Industrial Laboratory Apparatus, 600
GUNTHORP, H., Distribution and Spermatogenesis
of Myriapoda, 36

Influenza in England, 123
Intersexes in Drosophila, J. S. HUXLEY, 59

Iowa Academy of Science, J. H. LEES, 87

HARRIS, F. S., Soil Alkali, 198; Agronomist and IRELAND, M. W., William C. Gorgas, 53'

Food Supply, 395

HARRIS, J. A., R. A. GORTNER and J. V. LAW- JACKSON, H. H. T., Amer. Soc. Mammalogists, 19

RENCE, Freezing Point Lowering and Electrical JOHNSTON, E. S., Absorption-Transpiration Ratio

Conductivity, 494

in Nutrient Media, 517

HART, E. B., H. STEENBOCK and C. A. HOPPERT, JONES, A, T., Sounds of Splashes, 295
Caleium Metabolism, 318

JONES, E. L., Surveying from the Air, 574
HARTMAN, C. G., Free Martin and its Reciprocal,

JONES, L. R., Pasteur, History of a Mind, 15
469

JORDAN, D. S., Orthogenesis among Fishes, 13; Fur
HARVEY, R. B., Plant Disease Organisms, 84

Seals, 225
HATHAWAY, A, S., Differentials, 35

Journal, Biological, H. A. GLEASON, 387; of Mor-

HAUSMANN, E., Samuel Sheldon, 355

phology, W. C. ALLEE, 84

Hawaiian, Scientific Institutions, 32; Olona V.
MAOCAUGHEY, 240

KANTOR, J. R., Psychological Factors in Diges-

HAWK, P, B., R. J. MILLER and O. BERGEIM, Gas-

tion, 200

tric Response to Foods, 253

KASNER, E., Notes on Einstein's Theory, 413

Health Activities, Score for, 532

KEARNEY, T. H., Plant Indicators, F. E. Clements,

HEGNER, R. W., Medical Zoology in Europe, 591 609

Helium, Are, G. M. J. MACKAY, 366; and Hy- KELLOGG, V., Entomology, J. H. Comstock, 61

drogen Models, E. C. KEMBLE, 581

KEMBLE, E. C., Helium and Hydrogen Models, 581

HERDMAN, W. A., Oceanography and Sea Fisher- Kent, N. A., Potential Difference in Electric Cell,

ies, 209

205

HERING, C., Mechanical and Electrical Quantities, Kentucky Academy of Science, A. M. PETER, 41
509, 636

KIRBY, R. S., and H. E. THOMAS, Disease of
Hermaphrodites in Mammals, C. R. MOORE, 179 Wheat, 368
HERRICK, G. W., Scientists and Upbuilding of Koch, L., Plan of Expedition to Greenland, 552
Peaee, 93

KLOPSTEG, P. E., Titrating Electrometrically, 18

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