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Volume 32—1951


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CONTENTS
INVITED ADDRESS | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Home
Framing Sensible Questions of Nature
Laurence H. Snyder; 32 (1951); pp. 3-8
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Invited Address | Home
Variation in Io, Fifty Years Later
Louis Lutz and A. O. Weese; 32 (1951); pp. 11-13
Viability of the Eggs of Bufo cognatus
Arthur N. Bragg and Jack Bresler; 32 (1951); pp. 13-14
A Melanistic Individual of Eurycea multiplicata Cope
Arthur N. Bragg and W. F. Hudson; 32 (1951); p. 14
Pre-and Post-Impoundment Fish Populations in the Stilling Basin Below Wister Dam
Gordon E. Hall and William C. Latta; 32 (1951); pp. 14-19
The Relationship of Turbidity to Temperature of Some Farm Ponds
I. Eugene Wallen; 32 (1951); pp. 20-26
Additions to "A Check List of the Land Snails of Oklahoma"
I. Eugene Wallen; 32 (1951); pp. 27-30
Museum Insect Pest Control With Newer Insecticides
D. E. Howell; 32 (1951); pp. 31-33
Canada Geese Nesting at Lake Texoma, Oklahoma
Carl D. Riggs and Kenneth Starks; 32 (1951); pp. 33-36
The Loasaceae of Oklahoma
Elinor M. Shriever; 32 (1951); pp. 36-38
Notes on Oklahoma Plants
George J. Goodman; 32 (1951); pp. 39-40
Some Microclimates Produced by Lake Texoma
Elroy L. Rice; 32 (1951); pp. 40-46
Spontaneous Mutations in Bacteria
J. Bennett Clark; 32 (1951); pp. 46-49
Attempts at Controlling the Greenbug by the Importation and Release of Lady Beetles in Oklahoma
F. A. Fenton and R. G. Dahms; 32 (1951); pp. 49-51
An Herbarium-inhabiting Bacteriophage
George L. Palmer; 32 (1951); pp. 51-52
A Preliminary Report on the Bacterial Flora of a Sandstone-seepage Pool
Howard Jayne and Charles H. Farr; 32 (1951); pp. 52-53
Cotton Blooming as an Index of the Effect of Timing Insecticide Applications for Boll Weevil Control
F. A. Fenton and James R. Dogger; 32 (1951); pp. 53-55
SECTION B, GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Invited Address | Home
One Method of Formation of the Valleys of Underfit Streams
O. F. Evans; 32 (1951); pp. 59-60
SECTION C, PHYSICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Invited Address | Home
The High Temperature Hydrolysis of Lithium Bromide
Irving Johnson and Robert T. Johansen; 32 (1951); pp. 63-67
Inhibition of DOPA Oxidase by Borate
Charles Goucher and Robert MacVicar; 32 (1951); pp. 67-69
Condensations of Aldehydes and Ketones Catalyzed by Potassium Cyanide
Ernest M. Hodnett and William W. Ross; 32 (1951); pp. 69-71
Manganese Balance Studies with Lambs
Willis D. Gallup, L. E. Walters and Don E. McOsker; 32 (1951); pp. 71-74
Relative Thermal Stability of Ammonia Derivatives of the Magnesium Halides
H. H. Rowley, L. N. Devonshire, L. K. Duncan and L. C. Teague; 32 (1951); pp. 74-78
Distribution of Benzene in the Diethyl Ether-Magnesium Bromide System at 25°C
W. F. Grimes and H. H. Rowley; 32 (1951); pp. 79-82
Recombination in Pulsed Gas Discharges
L. W. Marks and R. G. Fowler; 32 (1951); pp. 83-84
Some Effects of the Application of Urea on Amino Acid Composition of Johnson Grass
Thomas H. Sublett and Thomas A. McCoy; 32 (1951); pp. 84-88
Some Effects of Autoclaving Aqueous Solutions of Glucose
M. K. Patterson, Jr. and T. A. McCoy; 32 (1951); pp. 88-92
An Investigation of Some Nucleophilic Substitutions on the Benzene Ring
Ernest M. Hodnett and Everett B. Fisher; 32 (1951); pp.92-94
A Study of the Reactions Leading to the Synthesis of 3, 3, 3, Trifluropropene
Ernest M. Hodnett and A. Merrill Schnitzer; 32 (1951); pp.94-96
The Effects of Potassium on the B Vitamin Content of Oats
Thomas A. McCoy; 32 (1951); pp. 96-99
The Use of Filter Paper Pulp in the Separation of Certain Flavonoid Compounds
Clark H. Ice, Thomas B. Gage, and Simon H. Wender; 32 (1951); pp. 99-100
The Use of Ion Exchange Resins in the Decomposition of Lead Salts of Flavonoid Compounds
Clark H. Ice, Thomas B. Gage, and Simon H. Wender; 32 (1951); pp. 100-101
Preliminary Studies of the Anthocyanins of Phytolacca americana on Amberlite IRC-50
Clark H. Ice, Thomas B. Gage, and Simon H. Wender; 32 (1951); pp. 101-102
Quantitative Paper Chromatography of Certain Flavonol Aglycones
Janis Dillaha, Thomas B. Gage, and Simon H. Wender; 32 (1951); pp. 102-104
The Acetolysis of 2,4,8,10 Tetroxaspiro-(5,5) Hendecane
O. C. Dermer and John J. Hawkins; 32 (1951); p. 104
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Invited Address | Home
A Comparative Study of Old Age Insurance and Old Age Assistance
J. J. Rhyne; 32 (1951); pp. 107-110
Social Factors and OSPE Scores for 46 Women Enrolled in the University of Oklahoma Fall Semester 1951
Fayne Bumgarner; 32 (1951); pp. 110-113
Gigantism--A Suspected Case
Gwendolyn Bryant Glover; 32 (1951); pp. 113-116
The Significance of the Rorschach Pure Color Response
Anthony Smykal, Jr.; 32 (1951); pp. 116-121
Archeological Evidence of Recent Filling in the Present Channel of the Washita River
O. F. Evans; 33 (1952); pp. 121-122
Origin and Occurrence of Commercial Potash Deposits
Robert C. Fite; 32 (1951); pp. 123-125
Some Relationships Between Factors Involved in the Perceptual Process
L. B. Hoisington; 32 (1951); pp. 125-128
Factors Influencing the Location of Non-Indigenous Industries in Slinger, Wisconsin--A Case Study
Arthur H. Doerr; 32 (1951); pp. 129-132
The Functional Decline of Oklahoma Villages: A Case Study.
Ralph E. Olson; 32 (1951); pp. 132-136
Population Trends in the Washita Basin
John W. Morris; 32 (1951); pp. 136-138
SECTION E, SCIENCE EDUCATION | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Invited Address | Home
Some Problems in the Organization and Operation of the Norman Junior High School Science Club
Mrs. D. B. R. Johnson; 32 (1951); p. 141
The Correlation of Growth in Scientific Methodology with Elementary Science Programs
James G. Harlow; 32 (1951); pp. 142-145
New Trends in Chemistry Instruction
Charles E. Maupin; 32 (1951); pp. 145-147
Individual Student Projects in Embryology
Roy W. Jones; 32 (1951); pp. 147-148