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Note on Exchange Phenomena in the Thomas Atom

Note on Exchange Phenomena in the Thomas Atom

Das Unbehagen in der Kultur

Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)

A history of psychology in autobiography

J. M. Baldwin, Carl Murchison

Principles of literary criticism

I. A. (Ivor Armstrong) Richards

A General Textbook oí Entomology.

A. D. Imms, O. W. Richards, R. G. Davies

Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften

Nicolas Mahler, Andreas Platthaus

Loading Transformers By Temperature

It is pointed out that safe loading of transformers by temperature requires not only an accurate knowledge of the thermal laws but also a knowledge of what is a safe temperature limit to be maintained continuously which condition seldom, if ever, happens...

REVERBERATION TIME IN “DEAD” ROOMS

An analysis based on the assumption that image sources may replace the walls of a room in calculating the rate of decay of sound intensity after the sound source is cut off gives the more general reverberation time equation T =  .05V −S log a...

A CYTOLOGICAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE LOCATION OF AN INTERCHANGE BETWEEN TWO NON-HOMOLOGOUS CHROMOSOMES OF ZEA MAYS.

This article is the result of McClintock's work with Charles Burnham on three mutants of semisterile that began while Burnham was a National Research Council Fellow at Cornell in 1929.

THE GRADIENT OF VASCULAR PERMEABILITY.

Peyton Rous, H. P. Gilding, Frederick Smith

Biochemical Studies of Human Semen. II. The Action of Semen on the Human Uterus.

Clinical research was undertaken to determine the effect of human semen on human uteri. Results are illustrated and graphed. The study shows that the same uterus will react to 1 semen by contracting and to another by relaxing. At the same time the...

Man and superman

Bernard Shaw

Flora of Yucatan

Paul C. Standley

PRECISION ACTINOMETRY WITH URANYL OXALATE

Wesley G. Leighton, George S. Forbes

THE INFLUENCE OF EFFERENT CEREBRAL PATHWAYS UPON THE SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM

Using the galvanic skin response as a measure of sweat-gland activity, the controlling influences from the cortex, brain-stem and spinal cord were investigated. Definite galvanic skin responses were obtained from faradic stimulation of two areas adjacent...

The Beriberi Heart.

Chester S. Keefer

ASTROBLASTOMAS OF THE BRAIN1

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The coronary arteries of the dog

1. 1. The coronary arteries of the dog differ from those of man in two major points: the presence of a distinct and separate septal artery as a branch of the left coronary artery; and the formation of the posterior descending artery by the left in all...

The words and sounds of telephone conversations

Norman R. French, Charles W. Carter, Walter Koenig

Evaporation from the Meal-worm (Tenebrio: Coleoptera) and atmospheric Humidity.

Evaporation from the Meal-worm (Tenebrio: Coleoptera) and atmospheric Humidity.

A literary history of the Arabs

Reynold Alleyne Nicholson

Two cases of complete occlusion of both coronary orifices

Two cases of essential closure of both coronary orifices are reported. The lesions indicate a slowly progressive process which has probably taken months at least to reach the point of essentially complete closure. No evidences of fatty change, myocarditis...

On the use of the energy-momentum principle in general relativity

The primary purpose of this article is to obtain from the general relativity form of the energy-momentum principle certain new consequences which are needed for later work that the author has in mind. In addition, it is the intention to give at the same...

On Methods of counting Nematode Ova in Sheep Dung

On Methods of counting Nematode Ova in Sheep Dung

Origin of Limestone Caverns

Introduction TWO EPOCHS IN THE HISTORY OF CAVERNS Limestone caverns usually have the form of elongated passages, and, if of large size, the passages frequently exhibit an irregularly inter‐connecting arrangement, with occasional expansions in great...

THE INFLUENCE OF UNILATERAL DESTRUCTION OF THE VESTIBULAR NUCLEI UPON POSTURE AND THE KNEE-JERK

Experimental lesions of the vestibular nuclei in normal animals cause hypotonia on the side of the lesions, forced rolling movements to that side. If decerebrated after an interval of three weeks, the rigidity and stretch reflexes are greatly diminished...

Industrial Diversification in American Cities

I. Advantages and disadvantages of industrial concentration. — Possible relation to the business cycle, 131. — II. The criterion of concentration and diversification here used: value added by manufacture, 134. — Results for sixteen cities in 1919,...

Perturbation Problems in Quantum Mechanics

Perturbation Problems in Quantum Mechanics

FEVER OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN

Our purpose in this study was to learn the subsequent course of a series of 173 patients discharged from the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital with the diagnosis of fever of unknown origin. We hoped that follow-up notes on a group of such cases might serve...

An economic history of Australia

Originally published in 1930, this book provides an account of Australian economic development from 1788 up until the early twentieth century. The text is divided into three main sections: 'Convicts, Wool, and Gold 1788–1860'; 'Colonial Particularism...

The fossil ants of North America.

F. M. Carpenter, Norm Johnson, Joe Cora

Word pictures in the New Testament

Archibald Thomas Robertson

Ideal marriage, its physiology and technique

Theodoor H. van de (Theodoor Hendrik) Velde

A generalization of the sturm separation and comparison theorems inn-space

A generalization of the sturm separation and comparison theorems inn-space

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