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Volume 31—1950


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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 | Home
The Social Responsibility of Scientists
Howard Taylor; 31 (1950); pp. 3-6
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Presidents Address | Home
On the Structure of Protozoan Flagella
Harley P. Brown; 31 (1950); pp. 9-10
Further Collections of Oklahoma Lake and Pond Fishes
Gordon E. Hall; 31 (1950); pp. 11-20
The Genus Vitis in Oklahoma
Ruth A. Nelson; 31 (1950); pp. 20-23
Preliminary Studies on the Limnology of Four Ponds in Southern Oklahoma
Brown W. Scott; 31 (1950); pp. 23-26
Mass Movement at Metamorphosis in the Savannah Spadefoot, Scaphiopus hurterii Strecker
Arthur N. Bragg; 31 (1950); pp. 26-27
Age and Growth of the White Crappie (Pomoxis annularis Rafinesque) in Lake Texoma, Oklahoma, 1949
Clay Wilson, Jr.; 31 (1950); pp. 28-38
Preliminary Studies of the Effects of Ultra-sonics on Embryonic Differentiation in Brachydanio rerio
Robert T. Andersen and Roy W. Jones; 31 (1950); p. 39
Data on Size Range in Adults of Bufo w. woodhousii Girard
Arthur N. Bragg; 31 (1950); pp. 39-40
Studies of a Bacterial Virus Active against Xanthomonas pruni (Holmes)
Ruth Crownover, J. D. Mandel and A. Eisenstark; 31 (1950); pp. 40-42
Further Notes on Range Extensions of Salientia
Arthur N.Bragg; 31 (1950); pp. 42-44
Beef from Eroded Land
Harley A. Daniel and Harry M. Elwell; 31 (1950); pp. 45-47
A Spectrographic Investigation of Trace Elements in Human Teeth
Laddie B. Fields and George W. Charles; 31 (1950); pp. 47-48
Preliminary Studies of the Toxicity of Locoweed Extracts
Kenneth K. Faulkner and James W. H. Smith; 31 (1950); pp. 48-50
Notes on Oklahoma Plants
George J. Goodman; 31 (1950); pp. 50-51
A Preliminary Study of Mosquitoes at Lake Texoma, Oklahoma
Edward John Hinman; 31 (1950); pp. 51-52
On the Isolation and Identification of Soil Microorganisms
Henry R. Kathrein; 31 (1950); p. 52
Botanical Notes from Southeastern Oklahoma
Elbert L. Little, Jr. ; 31 (1950); pp. 52-56
Two Color Intravitam Staining of Colpoda duodenaria
Carl Reetz; 31 (1950); p. 56
Thermal Stratification in Some Eastern Oklahoma Waters
I. Eugene Wallen; 31 (1950); pp. 57-64
Needs for Basic Research in Limnology and Fishery Biology in Oklahoma
Carl D. Riggs and Howard P. Clemens; 31 (1950); pp. 64-69
SECTION B, GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Presidents Address | Home
Turbulence, Diffusion and Sedimentation in Stream Channel Expansions and Contractions
Gladys E. Braden; 31 (1950); pp. 73-77
Equivalents of the Wewoka Formation
Malcolm C. Oakes; 31 (1950); pp. 77-78
Mississippian Problems in the Lawrence Uplift, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma
George C. Huffman and James C. Barker; 31 (1950); pp. 78-80
The Sedimentary Petrography of the Devil's Kitchen Member in the Ardmore Basin
Eugene F. Culp; 31 (1950); pp. 81-82
The Origin of Rhomboidal Pattern on Sandy Beaches
O. F. Evans; 31 (1950), p. 82
Short Creek Oölite Horizon in Ottawa County, Oklahoma
John H. Speer; 31 (1950); pp. 82-83
Geology of the Thule Area, Greenland
Vincent E. Kurtz and D. B. Wales; 31 (1950); p. 83-89
SECTION C, PHYSICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Presidents Address | Home
Preliminary Investigations of the Flavonoid Pigments in Prunes
Quentin L. Morris and Simon H. Wender; 31 (1950); pp. 93-94
Forage Composition in Relation to Phosphorus Deficiency in Range Cattle in Southeastern Oklahoma
Myron E. Gibson, Willis D. Galup, and O. Burr Ross; 31 (1950); pp. 94-99
Chemical Studies on a Toxic Concentrate from the Big Bend Locoweed
Charles H. Chervenka and Simon H. Wender; 31 (1950); pp. 99-100
The Use of Streptococcus faecalis, A. T. C. C. No. 6057, as a Test Organism in a Microbiological Assay
Thomas A. McCoy and Joseph Q. Snyder; 31 (1950); pp. 100-104
Migration of Petroleum Through Sands and Shales
Carl E. Bleil and Robert A. Howard; 31 (1950); pp. 105-106
Evidence of Association in the Dimethyl Formamide-Water System
Forrest F. Blankenship and Bert Clampitt; 31 (1950); pp. 106-111
Sound Waves in Parabolic Rooms
P. E. Doak and R. J. Bessey; 31 (1950); pp. 111-112
The Effect of Calcium on the B Vitamin and Inorganic Content of Oats
David G. Bostwick and Thomas A. McCoy; 31 (1950); pp. 112-115
Preliminary Trials on the Effect of Third Components in Hydrocarbon-type Hydrate Tests
Ernest L. Lippert, Harold A. Palmer, and Forrest F. Blankenship; 31 (1950); pp. 115-125
The Rosenmund Reduction of 4-phenyl-3-butenoyl Chloride
Samuel H. Lee and Cecil C.Simmons; 31 (1950); pp. 125-129
The Distribution of Magnesium Bromide in the Diethyl Ether-Water System at 25° C
H. H. Rowley and Wiliam R. Reed; 31 (1950); pp. 129-133
The Use of the Beckman Flame Spectrophometer in Plant and Soil Analysis
Joseph Q. Snyder; 31 (1950); pp. 134-136
Radiations from Highly Ionized Atoms in Pulsed Gas Discharges
George W. Charles and Whit Marks; 31 (1950); pp. 136-137
The Isolation of Flavonoid Glycoside from Gleditsia triacanthos
Clark H. Ice, Thomas B. Gage and Simon H. Wender; 31 (1950); pp. 137-138
Preliminary Studies on a Flavonoid Pigment from the Fruit of Platanus occidentalis
Thomas B. Gage, Janis Dillaha and Simon H. Wender; 31 (1950); pp. 138-140
The Use of Ion-Exchange Resins in the Isolation of the Flavonoid Compounds from Okra
Quentin L. Morris, Thomas B. Gage and Simon H. Wender; 31 (1950); p. 140
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Presidents Address | Home
A Factual Basis for Agricultural Policy in Oklahoma
Clay L. Cochran and Paul Nelson; 31 (1950); pp. 143-147
Employment Problems of Workers Between the Ages of Thirty-Five and Fifty-Five
James E. Kuntz and Rex E. Gilbreath; 31 (1950); p. 147
Wechsler-Bellevue Subtest Score Changes Resulting from Electric Convulsive Therapy
A. Smykal and M. O. Wilson; 31 (1950); pp. 148-149
Colvard's Study: Personality as a Factor in Penalty Scoring
R. L. Hobson; 31 (1950); p. 150
Is There Examiner Bias on the Wechsler-Bellevue?
Edwin Cohen; 31 (1950); pp. 150-153
Changes in Agriculture and Their Impact upon Conservation in Oklahoma
David C. Winslow; 31 (1950); p. 153
Increased Reliable Grades and Validating Tests
Henry D. Rinsland; 31 (1950); pp. 154-156
The McLoud Blackberry Growers Association
Marvin R. Eaton; 31 (1950); pp. 156-157
Impediments to the Revival of Industry and Commerce in Japan
James R. Francisco; 31 (1950); pp. 157-161
Theory and Practice of Exchange Stabilization
R. W. Trenton; 31 (1950); pp. 161-165
A Partial Evaluation of the Pre-Service Program of Langston University through an Analysis of Reports of Apprentice and Cooperating Teachers
William H. Martin; 31 (1950); pp. 165-167
The Measurement of Income in Oklahoma by Counties
W. N. Peach; 31 (1950); 167-172
A Method of Determining the Manufacturing Belt of the United States
Philip H. Allman; 31 (1950); pp. 173-176
An Investigation of the Psychoanalytic "Mechanism" of Repression: the Retention of Verbal Material Associated with Noxious Stimulation
Richard G. Cannicott and John P. Umberger; 31 (1950); pp. 176-178
SECTION E, SCIENCE EDUCATION | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Presidents Address | Home
Comparative Scores of Schools Having Eight and Nine Month Terms (Abstract)
John F. Bender, abstracted by F. A. Riedel; 31 (1950); p. 181
Utilization of Community Resources by Teachers in Oklahoma (Abstract)
Ellsworth Collings, abstracted by F. A. Riedel; 31 (1950); pp. 181-182
Measured Thinking in the Educative Process
Otis Durant Duncan; 31 (1950); p. 182