John T. Williams
John T. Williams
Jacob Piatt Dunn
M. A. (Mabel Annie) Stobart
Robert L. Randolph
Lewis M. Terman
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE BEST METHODS OF DESTROYING LICE AND OTHER BODY VERMIN
G. Sims Woodhead, P.C. Varrier-Jones
W. M. Wheeler, Norm Johnson, Joe Cora
It is well known that the Chalcidoids of the Tribe Aphelinini are among the most important parasites of Scale Insects, particularly of the Diaspinae , and that they also parasitize Aphididae and Aleyrodidae . The only exceptions appear to belong to the...
G. W. Tyrrell
The paper deals with certain fundamental principles governing heat distribution and temperature in electrical apparatus. The general problems of heat generation, heat flow and heat dissipation, upon which the resultant temperatures depend, are discussed...
Barton Warren Evermann
Alexander Trachtenberg, Benjamin Glassberg
R. M. Deeley
Arthur Eastwood, Fred R. Griffith
THE LIFE-HISTORY OF ASCARIS LUMBRICOIDES.
Cyrus D. Mead, Isabel Sears
James Augustin Brown Scherer
History. —T. R., boy, aged 12, whom I saw, May 30, had high fever with coryza, photophobia, decided bronchial symptoms and Koplik's spots. A diagnosis of measles was made. A rash appeared, June 1; the temperature was 103, pulse 100, respirations 20....
Note on a palaeoniscid fish from a Permian formation in South Dakota
Edwin Abbott Abbott
Susan M. Lough
Charles A. Beard
H. T. McKILLOP, L. H. Gough
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Frederick J. A. Dalton
E. P. Churchill
George C. Simpson
Robert Thurston Hopkins
Don Carlos Seitz
The Mode of Pollination in some Farm Crops
Outline and Summary of a Study of Magnitudes in the Globular Cluster Messier 13
The Arithmetic Genus of an Algebraic Manifold Immersed in Another
I. Taxation in Massachusetts in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, 1. — II. The period, 1800–1850, 5. — III. The critical period, 1850–1874, 7. — IV. Gradual disintegration of the general property tax, 19. — V. Attempts at stricter...
William M. Leiserson
Richard Lawrence Archer, Leonard Victor Davis Owen, Arthur Ernest Chapman
Olive C. Hazlett
G. A. Burrell, Grinnell Jones
To the Editor: —The paper on pellagra by Dr. Joseph Goldberger, which appeared in The Journal, Feb. 12, 1916, has interested me very much, especially his account of the experiment on convicts in Mississippi, from which he concludes that at least six...
Frederic Wood Jones
H. R. Dean, R. S. Adamson
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PHYSIOLOGY OF THE EMPTY STOMACH
The Paper contains the results of the experiments described by the author in Proc. Phys. Soc. Lond., XXI., p. 374, 1908; XXIV., p. 40, 1911; and XXVII., p. 56, 1914, collected and recalculated in accordance with a theoretical correction recently communicated...
Alexander Dana Noyes
G. D. Timmons
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz, Alfred Gideon Langley
It is generally recognized that the acne bacillus is the direct cause of acne vulgaris; yet there are a number of associated conditions which the patients often show that are regarded as predisposing factors. Among these may be mentioned puberty, anemia,...
Insects of the order Lepidoptera are so pre-eminently terrestrial in organization and habit that the existence of aquatic species is not commonly known, even among biologists. Information concerning American forms which inhabit the water is meager and...
G. H. Howison
Since the publication of Fraenkel's paper,1 in 1903, the study of the corpus luteum has been the point of departure in most of the investigations which have been made as to the cause and mechanism of menstruation. I shall not review the now voluminous...
The paper is an argument for the standardization of temperature guarantees when the guarantee is based on internal temperatures as measured by thermocouples. It is recommended that in all cases the maximum safe operating temperature of the insulation...
William G. Savage, W. J. Read
D. M. Buck, J. O. Handy
Homer Blosser Reed
Samuel W. Fernberger
Stella B. Vincent
C. R. Metcalfe
George Drayton Strayer, Guy Montrose Whipple
James B. McNair
E. Stanley Abbot
E. F. Kingsbury
F. T. Rogers
Glenn L. Parker, Frank B. Storey
CharlesH T. Townsend
John M. Clarke
Simon Flexner, Harold L. Amoss
Map shows geological composition, counties, major towns, and railroads. Includes legend, text note, four vertical sections of strata, and four horizontal sections. Relief shown by profile sections. Scale [1:1,500,000].