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Volume 27—1947


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CONTENTS
PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Home
The Science of Taste
O. C. Dermer, Oklahoma A. and M. College; 27 (1947); pp. 9-20
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section B, Geological Sciences | President's Address | Home
Some Effects of Theelin and Testosterone on Blood
Alma J. Neill and Frances Isham Colonna, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); *
* Paper not included in this volume of the Proceedings
The Effect of Previous Exposure to High Temperature on Hemolysis Times and Oxygen Consumption of Cunner Erythrocytes
F. R. Hunter and M. K. Hunter, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); pp. 21-24
Further Studies on the Effect of Previous Exposure to High Temperature Using Human Erythrocytes
J. F. Hoffman and F. R. Hunter, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); *
* Paper not included in this volume of the Proceedings
Anthelmintic Properties of Certain Dinitro Compounds
Donald B. McMullen, University of Oklahoma School of Medicine; 27 (1947); *
* Paper not included in this volume of the Proceedings
An Epidemiological Study of Pinworms in Patients at Crippled Children's Hospital
Gladys Smith and Darwin Richardson, University of Oklahoma School of Medicine; 27 (1947); *
* Paper not included in this volume of the Proceedings
Notes on the Development of Malaria Control in Oklahoma
Melvin E. Griffith, Univesity of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); pp. 24-34
Cause and Prevention of Catfacing, a Peach Fruit Malformation
F. A. Fenton and Charles H. Brett, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station; 27 (1947); pp. 34-37
Honey Production at Lake Carl Blackwell, 1943-1945
G. A. Bieberdorf, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station; 27 (1947); pp. 37-40
Further Complications of the Codling-Moth Problem
F. E. Whitehead and L. F. Bewick Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station; 27 (1947); pp. 41-45
The Numerical and Seasonal Statuses of the Birds of Payne County, Oklahoma
F. M. Baumgartner and J. C. Howell, Oklahoma A. and M. College; 27 (1947); pp. 45-59
A Study of the Visual Cells of the Plains Killifish, Plankterus kansae (Garman)
Ralph Couch, Oklahoma A. and M. College; 27 (1947); *
* Paper not included in this volume of the Proceedings
Notes on Four Species of Oklahoma Fishes
John M. Paden, Oklahoma A. and M. College; 27 (1947); *
* Paper not included in this volume of the Proceedings
Tadpole Behavior in Pools and Streams
Arthur N. Bragg, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); pp. 59-61
A Subspecies of Hyla New to Oklahoma and Notes on the Distribution of Other Little-Known Oklahoma Salientia
Arthur N. Bragg, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); *
* Paper not included in this volume of the Proceedings
Notes on Bufo boreas (B. and G.) from the Gothic Region of Colorado
W. Leslie Burger, Jr., and Arthur N. Bragg, University of Oklahoma, 27 (1947); pp. 61-65
Identification of Frogs and Toads in Oklahoma
Arthur N. Bragg, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); *
* Paper not included in this volume of the Proceedings
Observations on Controlling the Pecan-Nut Case-Bearer, Acrobasis caryae Grote
G. A. Bieberdorf, Oklahoma A. and M. College; 27 (1947); *
* Paper not included in this volume of the Proceedings
The Tapeworm "Citttotaenia sandgroundi" Transferred to Diplogynia
Helen Edith Davis, Oklahoma A. and M. College; 27 (1947), pp. 65-66
A Common Cat Skull With Supernumerary Premolar Teeth
Joyce van Eaton, Oklahoma A. and M. College; 27 (1947); *
* Paper not included in this volume of the Proceedings
The Genus Amorpha in Oklahoma
Ruth A. Nelson, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); pp. 67-69
Weeping Lovegrass for Vegetating Water Channels
Harry M. Elwell, United States Soil Conservation Service, Guthrie; ; 27 (1947); p. 70
The Significance and Usefulness of the Leaf-Rust Reactions of Pawnee Wheat
K. Starr Chester, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station; 27 (1947); pp. 71-74
Prospects for the Control of the Bacterial-Blight Diease of Cotton
W. Winfield Ray, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station; 27 (1947); p. 75
The Origin of Cotyledons in the Leguminosae
Robert M. Stratton, Oklahoma A. and M. Colege; 27 (1947); pp. 75-76
The Significance of Stipules in the Leguminosae
Robert M. Stratton, Oklahoma A. and M. College; 27 (1947); pp. 76-77
Jussiaea uruguayensis Camb. in Oklahoma
Robert Stratton, Oklahoma A. and M. College; 27 (1947); pp. 77-79
Embryo-Sac Development in Begonia and It Relation to the Production of False Hybrids
J. Herbert Taylor, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); *
* Paper not included in this volume of the Proceedings
Notes on Oklahoma Plants
Geo. J. Goodman, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); pp.79-81
Panicum fasciulatum Var. Reticulatum, Panicum werneri, and Stenotaphrum secundatum in Oklahoma
U. T. Waterfall, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); pp. 81-82
SECTION B, GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | President's Address | Home
Notes on the Laverne Formation
Stuart L. Schoff, United States Geological Survey; 47 (1947); p. 82
The Oklahoma State Depository for Oil-Well Samples
V. E. Monnett, University of Oklahoma; 47 (1947); pp. 83-84
Relation of Manufacturing to Farm Income
Robert H. Dott, Oklahoma Geological Survey, Norman; 27 (1947); *
* Paper not included in this volume of the Proceedings
Centers of Industrial Growth in Oklahoma, 1919 to 1939
Harold Creveling, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); pp. 84-85
Some Geological Applications of the Electron Microscope
Carl A. Moore, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); pp. 86-90
Asphaltite of the Ouachita Mountains
J. O. Beach, Oklahoma Geological Survey; 27 (1947); pp. 91-92
Flow Around Stream Bends
Gladys E. Braden, University of Oklahoma; 27 (1947); p. 92
Chemical Composition of Oklahoma-Grown Carrots
James E. Webster and Howard B. Cordner; Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station; 27 (1947); pp. 93-95
A Method for the Separation of Certain Flavones Present in Tobacco
Anna L. Schoulties and Simon H. Wender, University of Kentucky, Lexington, and University of Oklahoma, Norman; 27 (1947); pp. 95-97
Some Bionomic and Other Characteristics of Slick-Spot Soils in Oklahoma
M. J. Plice and R. L. Emerson, Oklahoma Agicultural Experiment Station; 27 (1947); pp. 97-101
Why I became A Scientist: A Report on Information Obtained by Questionnaire
Edith R. Force; 27 (1947); pp. 101-102