R. A. Fisher
Aristotle, Ross, W. D. (William David), b. 1877
A BOTANICAL INDEX OF CRETACEOUS AND TERTIARY CLIMATES
Georg Cantor, Philip E. B. Jourdain
Thomas Lewis, Meakins Jc, Paul D. White
Frank Leverett, Frank Bursley Taylor
Edwin B. Holt
C. Lovatt Evans, Y. Matsuoka
William H. F. Addison, J.L.T. Appleton
Henry K. Davis
Favored by unusual clinical facilities, I have gradually evolved and established in practice a method of treating gastric and duodenal ulcers. The method is based on well-recognized principles underlying the healing of ulcer. Old and established facts...
Clement Reid, Eleanor M. Reid
E. J. Russell, A. Appleyard
The following lectures (delivered as [i]Lowell Lectures[/i] in Boston, in March and April 1914) are an attempt to show, by means of examples, the nature, capacity, and limitations of the logical-analytic method in philosophy. This method, of which the...
THE FAMILY HUNTING BAND AS THE BASIS OF ALGONKIAN SOCIAL ORGANIZATION
T. E. Gregory, Ch. Gide, Ch. Rist, R.C. Richards
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Gordon Holmes, Percy Sargent
Alfred E. Cohn, Forbes Fraser
W. J. Sollas
Harvey Cushing, Emil Goetsch
Robert F. Hoxie
J. Herbert Parsons
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Charles J. Galpin
W. M. Thorburn
Describes habits, predators, morphology, sexual variation, pelages, and distribution of pocket gophers. Describes genera and group relations. Describes, lists locations and distribution, and provides a key for species and subspecies.
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, Freiherr von, Ernst Cassirer
If the entire materia medica at our disposal were limited to the choice and use of only one drug, I am sure that a great many, if not the majority, of us would choose opium; and I am convinced that if we were to select, say half a dozen of the most important...
In considering the best conditions for the relief of acutely sick infants and for foundlings or abandoned babies, two important factors must always be kept in mind: (1) the unusual susceptibility of the infant to its immediate environment, and (2) its...
T. D. A. Cockerell
John Henry Newman, Wilfrid Philip Ward
Discusses history, nomenclature, common names, habits, external characters, and specimens of American marmots. Describes, lists locations, and provides a key to species and subspecies.
L. T. Hobhouse
Theodore D. A. Cockerell
Mary Whiton Calkins
Rollo E. McCotter
William Bullock Clark, Mayville William Twitchell
THE HISTOGENESIS OF CHRONIC URANIUM NEPHRITIS WITH ESPECIAL REFERENCE TO EPITHELIAL REGENERATION
Tressilian Charles Nicholas
FrederickE. Batten, M. S. Mayou
Thomas Verner Moore
F. W. Edwards
Charles A. Conant, Marcus Nadler
Discusses habits; economic status; characteristics and development of young; pelages and molts; and geographic, individual, sexual, and age variation. Describes subfamilies, history, and generic names of the family Talpidae. Describes, lists locations,...
Robert H. Lowie
Charles Gide, Charles Rist
Charles H. Judd
According to modern textbooks the small bowel is a tube whose structure and physiologic characteristics are much the same from one end to the other; and material is supposed to move aborally because of the myenteric reflex, or Bayliss and Starling's "law...
Charles A. Kofoid, Olive Swezy
It is extraordinary that, after continuous use for 130 years, the study of the action of digitalis retains so vital an interest, not only in clinical medicine, but also in experimental pharmacology. This interest has been quickened by the fundamental...
T. J. Headlee
G. W. Robinson, Watkiss Lloyd
Guy Montrose Whipple
Arthur B. Coble
Arnold Joseph Toynbee, Bryce, James Bryce, Viscount
F. D. Watson
Hartley Withers, Ellis T. Powell
Reuben Ottenberg, William Thalhimer
The development of the idea of magnetic reluctance is sketched, and the mathematical and experimental methods of determining it are first discussed. On the theoretical side it is the theory of complex quantities which leads to numerical results. The electric...
Tocotrema lingua (Creplin): The Adult Stage of a Skin Parasite of the Cunner and Other Fishes of the Woods Hole Region
An account of the Crustacea collected by the Walker Expedition to Santa Marta, Colombia
Hugh McGuigan, E. L. Ross
Norm Johnson, Joe Cora
Present Status of the Problem of the Origin of the Tetrapoda, with Special Reference to the Skull and Paired Limbs
F. Benson Benson