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Volume 30—1949


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CONTENTS
PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Collegiate Papers | Home
Oklahoma Forests and Woodlands
J. Clifford Shirley; 30 (1949); pp. 3-10
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Collegiate Papers | President's Address | Home
Plants of Oklahoma Lakes
Wm. T. Penfound; 30 (1949); pp. 13-14
Distribution Records of Oklahoma Flowering Plants
Robert Stratton; 30 (1949); pp. 14-15
Light and Electron Microscopic Observations of the Bacterial Nucleus
A. Eisenstark; 30 (1949); pp. 15-16
Some New Records of Paddlefish and Sturgeon for Oklahoma
Carl D. Riggs and George A. Moore; 30 (1949); pp. 16-18
A Note on the Egg Masses of Scaphiopus hurterii Strecker
Arthur N. Bragg; 30 (1949); pp. 18-19
Salentian Additions to County Lists in Oklahoma
Arthur N. Bragg and Harold A. Dundee; 30 (1949); pp. 19-21
Observations on the Narrow-Mouthed Salamander
Arthur N. Bragg; 30 (1949); pp. 21-24
Unusual Items from the 1947 and 1948 Records of the Tulsa Audubon Society
Reported by O. W. Letson and Edith Force Kassing; 30 (1949); p. 25
Report on the Mammals of the Black Mesa Region, Oklahoma
Bryan P. Glass; 30 (1949); pp. 26-30
Observations on Spongilla fragilis: Reorganization and Larvae
Harley P. Brown; 30 (1949); pp. 30-32
A Check List of Land Snails of Oklahoma
Louis Lutz; 30 (1949); pp. 32-35
A Preliminary List of the Fishes of Eleven Oklahoma Lakes
Gordon E. Hall; 30 (1949); pp. 36-40
Lepomis marginatus (Holbrook) in Oklahoma
J. D. Reeves and George A. Moore; 30 (1949); pp. 41-42
A Preliminary Report on the Effects of Antuitrin (Growth Hormone) on the Development of Fish Embryos
Roy W. Jones; 30 (1949); pp. 42-45
Age and Growth of Lepibema chrysops in Lake Texoma
A. O. Weese; 30 (1949); pp. 45-48
Some Observations on Pollination of Alfalfa Hay
G. A. Bieberdorf; 30 (1949); pp. 49-51
Vitamin A Storage in Pen-reared Bob-white Quail
Glenn Jones and Ruble Langston; 30 (1949); pp. 52-56
The Fruiting of Cotton in Relation to Insect Control: Second Report
F. A. Fenton; 30 (1949); pp. 56-59
Fish Population of the Stilling Basin Below Wister Dam
Gordon E. Hall; 30 (1949); pp. 59-62
Ways of Adding Calcium to the Diet
Maxine M. Looper, Margaret S. Stephens and Helen B. Burton; 30 (1949); pp. 62-69
A Study of Fish Populations, with special reference to the White Bass, Lepibema chrysops (Rafinesque) in Lake Duncan, Oklahoma
H. C. Ward; 30 (1949); pp. 69-84
A Fish Population Study of Claremore City Lake
Robert M. Jenkins; 30 (1949); pp. 84-93
The Age and Growth of White Crappie, Pomoxis annularis (Rafinesque) from Four Small Oklahoma Lakes
William H. Thompson, H. C. Ward, and J. F. McArthur; 30 (1949); pp. 93-101
The Age and Growth of White Bass, Lepibema chrysops (Rafinesque), from Lake Overholser and Lake Hefner, Oklahoma
William H. Thompson; 30 (1949); pp. 101-110
Notes on the Rio-Grande Wild Turkey in Central Texas
Walter P. Taylor; 30 (1949); pp. 110-114
The Range-Type Pattern Requirements of Bobwhite Quail in Payne County, Oklahoma
Richard DeArment; 30 (1949); pp. 114-117
Hunting Returns on Pen-Reared Bobwhites in Okfuskee County
George B. Wint; 30 (1949); pp. 117-120
SECTION B, GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Collegiate Papers | President's Address | Home
Ripple Marks as Indicators of Small Unconformities
O. F. Evans and Leo M. Wright; 30 (1949); pp. 123-124
Mapping the Missouri-Virgil Boundary in Northwest Oklahoma: A Progress Report
Malcolm C. Oakes; 30 (1949); pp. 124-125
Cavitation Erosion in Stream Channels
Gladys E. Braden; 30 (1949); pp. 125-127
SECTION C, PHYSICAL SCIENCES |Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education |Collegiate Papers | President's Address | Home
Analytical Procedure for the Determination of Titanium and Iron in Titaniferous Ores
Gerald W. Chase, William R. Reed, and Albert L. Burwell; 30 (1949); pp. 131-134
Conversion of Olefins to Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds
F. E. Mertz and O. C. Dermer; 30 (1949); pp. 134-136
New Reactions of Pentaerythritol
Otto Sturzenegger and O. C. Dermer; 30 (1949); pp. 137-139
Transient Radiation Process in Gas Discharges
B. E. Clotfelter and R. G. Fowler; 30 (1949); pp. 139-140
Evidence of Association in the Tetrohydrofuran-water System
Dean Montgomery, B. O. Heston, and Forrest Blankenship; 30 (1949); pp. 140-144
The Calibration of Pipettes for Paper Partition Chromatography
Thomas B. Gage and Simon H. Wender; 30 (1949); pp. 144-145
The Use of Metal Complexes in Identification of Flavonoid Pigments
Thomas B. Gage and Simon H. Wender; 30 (1949); pp. 145-148
A Method for the Purification of Ethanol for Use in Ultraviolet Absorption Spectrophotometry
Thomas B. Gage and Simon H. Wender; 30 (1949); p. 149
Preliminary Studies on the Use of Amberlite Resins in Locoweed Investigations
Charles H. Chervenka and Simon H. Wender; 30 (1949); pp. 150-153
The Use of Multiple Strips in One-dimensional Paper Chromotography
C. D. Douglass and Simon H. Wender; 30 (1949); pp. 153-154
The Infrared Absorption Spectra of Six C14 Hydrocarbons and Their Application to the Study of Diesel Fuels
N. G. Adams and J. Rud Nielsen; 30 (1949); pp. 154-166
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Collegiate Papers | President's Address | Home
A Survey of Phillips University Students' Attitudes on Teaching as a Profession
T. D. D. Quaid; 30 (1949); pp. 169-172
The Role of the Prison Psychologist
John A. Knowles; 30 (1949); pp. 172-175
Rational-Empirical Criteria of Science and the Problem of Prediction
G. Raymond Stone; 30 (1949); pp. 176-180
Methods of Bridging the Gap between Alcoholic Addiction and Rehabilitation
Aimee Whitman Marrs; 30 (1949); pp. 180-184
Some Social Implications of Soil Conservation Districts in Oklahoma
David C. Winslow; 30 (1949); pp. 184-185
SECTION E, SCIENCE EDUCATION | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Collegiate Papers | President's Address | Home
The Public School Museum-A Visual Aid
Lily Stafford; 30 (1949); pp. 189-192
Use of Photographic Materials in Teaching and Research in Microbiology
A. Eisenstark; 30 (1949); pp. 192-193
Use of Democratic Methods in the Organization of a Zoology Course
Harley P. Brown and Paul R. David; 30 (1949); pp. 193-194
The Need for Philosophy of Science in Science Education
Malcolm Correll; 30 (1949); pp. 194-198
The Question of Large Classes in College Teaching
Carl Marshall; 30 (1949); pp. 198-201
The Periodic Table as an Instrument in teaching General Chemistry
Joe W. Meltron and W. Dean Leslie; 30 (1949); pp. 201-202
Purchasing of Scientific Supplies and Apparatus
A. E. Aynesworth; 30 (1949); pp. 203-205
Recording Animal Calls for Teaching Aids
Arthur N. Bragg; 30 (1949); pp. 205-206
Comparative Data on Exotic Fish Embryos Suitable for Classroom and Laboratory Demonstrations and Experiments
Robert H. Ingersol and Roy W. Jones; 30 (1949); pp. 206-209
A Demonstration of Electrolysis by a Colorimetric Method
W. D. Leslie and J. W. Melton; 30 (1949); p. 210
COLLEGIATE PAPERS | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | President's Address | Home
Sodium Salicylate and 8-hydroxyquinoline in Inorganic Microchemical Analysis
Ernest Lippert, Jr.; 30 (1949); pp. 213-214
A Preliminary Report on Trapping and Marking Bobwhite Quail
Egbert B. Inman and William Eitel; 30 (1949); pp. 215- 216
The Ornamental Trees and Evergreen Shrubs of Enid, Oklahoma
William J. Tinker; 30 (1949); pp. 216-221
Effects of Alcohols on Decomposition Temperature of Chloroform Hydrate
Ernest Lippert Jr.; 30 (1949); pp. 221-225