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A Method of computing the effectiveness of an insecticide

There are several statistical methods used in biology (entomology) for computing the effectiveness of an insecticide, based on relating the number of dead insects in the treated plat to the number of live ones in the untreated plat. In order to make experimental...

Elements of physical biology

Elements of physical biology

Lives of eminent philosophers

Diogenes Laertius, Robert Drew Hicks

The development of psychoanalysis.

S. Ferenczi, Otto Rank, Caroline Newton

Papers relating to political economy

Papers relating to political economy

Applications of "Student's" Distribution.

Fisher, Ronald Aylmer, Sir, 1890-1962

A STUDY OF THE DIURETIC ACTION OF ACID PRODUCING SALTS

James L. Gamble, Kenneth D. Blackfan, Bengt Hamilton

In our time

Ernest Hemingway

THE KETOGENIC DIET IN EPILEPSY

During the last two and one-half years, the ketogenic, or high fat, diet has been given a trial in the treatment of epilepsy in childhood. Thirty-seven patients with essential or idiopathic epilepsy, whose parents were able to comprehend and carry out...

Medicine, magic and religion

W. H. R. (William Halse Rivers) Rivers

The idea of a university : defined and illustrated

Recueil de lecons et d'essais sur l'education contenant "The scope and nature of university education"(1852) et ses "Lectures on universities" (1859)

OBSTETRIC PARALYSIS: REPORT OF ELEVEN HUNDRED CASES

The careful observation and stewardship of any large number of cases implies a certain responsibility to one's fellow workers. A report should be made of this stewardship so that they may profit by such an experience. I am therefore presenting a brief...

A history of the public land policies

A history of the public land policies

Outlines of psychology

Harald Høffding, M. E. (Mary E.) Lowndes

De jure belli ac pacis libri tres

W.T. de Groot, Francis W. Kelsey

In the American grain

William Carlos Williams, Horace Gregory

CONTRIBUTION TO THE THEORY OF PERMEABILITY OF MEMBRANES FOR ELECTROLYTES.

CONTRIBUTION TO THE THEORY OF PERMEABILITY OF MEMBRANES FOR ELECTROLYTES.

A treatise on electricity

Frederick Bernard. Pidduck

Description and theory of the torsion seismometer

In this paper the torsion seismograph is considered comprehensively. Reference is made to the research program, under which it was developed, and to several cognate undertakings. The advantages of photographic registration, and of small instrumental dimensions,...

The sociology of revolution

The sociology of revolution

Lectures in Pathology

J. G. Fitzgerald

Scepticism and Animal Faith.

George P. Adams, George Santayana

THE RESPIRATORY RESPONSE TO CARBON DIOXIDE

H. Whitridge Davies, G. R. Brow

Psychology in advertising

Albert Theodor Poffenberger

American Corporations and Their Executives: A Statistical Inquiry

I. Subject and methods of the inquiry: Industries covered and questions asked, 1. — A pre-war period selected, 7. — Arrangement of the returns by classes and groups, 9. — II. Stock ownership by executives: Their salaries, 11. — Extent to which...

A BIOCHEMICAL STUDY OF BONE GROWTH I. CHANGES IN THE ASH, ORGANIC MATTER, AND WATER DURING GROWTH (MUS NORVEGICUS ALBINUS)

A BIOCHEMICAL STUDY OF BONE GROWTH I. CHANGES IN THE ASH, ORGANIC MATTER, AND WATER DURING GROWTH (MUS NORVEGICUS ALBINUS)

CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM IN NEPHRITIS

G. C. Linder, A. Hiller, D. D. Van Slyke

EPITHELIAL DYSTROPHY OF THE CORNEA.

Friedenwald H, Jonas S. Friedenwald

The Histogenesis of Bone.

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ON THE NATURE OF BACTERIAL ALLERGIES

Hans Zinsser, J. Howard Mueller

THE GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT AND PROGNOSIS OF DIABETIC CHILDREN

In former days on the death of a diabetic child, one felt at least that he had done his duty; but now when confronted with living diabetic children, one is not so sure. One cannot help asking, Will these precocious children grow, will they develop, or...

The Storing and Ripening of Honey by Honeybees

This paper deals principally with the activities of bees engaged in storing and ripening honey. The nectar-carrier, upon her return from the field, delivers her load to one or more house-bees. These house-bees then put the nectar through a process which...

A consideration of the prognosis in subacute bacterial endocarditis

If one were to be asked what knowledge we now have concerning the course of, and the prognosis in, subacute bacterial endocarditis, one could answer in brief, as follows: 1. 1. There is a small number of spontaneous, complete recoveries in the type...

Uterine endoscopy, endometroscopy with the aid of uterine insufflation

Forty-two patients were examined with the hysteroscope. Thirty-five cases were so examined in the office; six cases in the hospital. The latter were patients requiring some operation and the hysteroscopy was done as a preliminary procedure. Of the thirty-five...

On the Abnormalities of the Umbilical Cord which may cause Antenatal Death.

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Melioidosis and its Relation to Glanders

A. T. Stanton, William Fletcher

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