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Volume 33—1952


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PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography | Home
Current Oil Exploration in Oklahoma
V. Brown Monnett; 33 (1952); pp. 3-8
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography | President's Address | Home
Growth of the Flathead Catfish, Pilodictus olivaris, in Grand Lake (Lake O' the Cherokees), Oklahoma
Robert M. Jenkins; 33 (1952); pp. 11-20
Growth of the Basses of the Illinois River, Oklahoma
Edgar M. Leonard and Robert M. Jenkins; 33 (1952); pp. 21-29
Investigation of Birth Productivity in Myotis
Charles H. Farr; 33 (1952); pp. 29-30
A Study of Boll Weevil Damage to Cotton
F. A. Fenton; 33 (1952); pp. 30-32
The Effects of Total Darkness and Black and White Backgrounds on the Development of Melanophores in Brachydanio rerio
Wesley E. Whittington; 33 (1952); pp. 33-36
Honey Bees and Vetch Pollination
G. A. Bieberdorf; 33 (1952); pp. 36-37
Age and Growth of the Goldeye Hiodon alosoides (Rafinesque) of Lake Texoma, Oklahoma
Mayo Martin; 33 (1952); pp. 37-49
The Fish Population of a Small, Periodically Inundated Island Pond in Lake Texoma, Oklahoma
Carl D. Riggs and Roger Smithpeter; pp. 49-55
Observations on the Fishes of the Fort Gibson and Tenkiller Reservoir Areas, 1952
Gordon E. Hall; 33 (1952); pp. 55-63
The History of Ornithology at the University of Oklahoma
John C. Johnson, Jr.; 33 (1952); pp. 63-65
Birds of the State Fish Hatchery Near Durant, Oklahoma
Wayne H. Silver; 33 (1952); pp. 66-69
Decline in Toad Populations in Central Oklahoma
Arthur N. Bragg; 33 (1952); p. 70
A Metamorphic Aggregation in Tadpoles of Bufo
Arthur N. Bragg; 33 (1952); p. 71
Pre-Impoundment Studies of the Summer Food of Three Species of Fishes in Tenkiller and Fort Gibson Reservoirs, Oklahoma
Howard P. Clemens; 33 (1952); pp. 72-79
Initial Effects of Impoundment on the Growth-Rate of Channel Catfish in Two Oklahoma Reservoirs
Robert M. Jenkins and Edgar M. Leonard; 33 (1952); pp. 79-86
A Phase in Managing Refinery Wastes Polluting Streams
Howard P. Clemens and Philip B. Summers; 33 (1952); pp. 86-96
Some Observations on the Limnology of Greenleaf Lake
I. Eugene Wallen; 33 (1952); pp. 96-102
Observations on Some Intestinal Protozoa in Oklahoma Lizards, With the Description of a New Genus, Biflagella
Rose M. Zimmerman and Harley P. Brown; 33 (1952); pp. 103-111
A Tentative Key to the Mammalian Ectoparasites of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
Leslie L. Ellis, Jr.; 33 (1952); pp. 111-115
Preliminary Survey of Sedentary Invertebrates in an Oklahoma Pond
Harley P. Brown and Harriett C. McDaniel; 33 (1952); pp. 115-121
The Rate of Growth of Channel Catfish Ictalurus punctatus,in Oklahoma Waters
Gordon E. Hall and Robert M. Jenkins; 33 (1952); pp. 121-129
The Bottom Fauna Development of a Newly Constructed Pond in Central Oklahoma
W. E. Burris; 33 (1952); pp. 129-136
New and Unusual Birds for Tulsa County, Oklahoma
Orrin W. Letson and Ethel Letson; 33 (1952); pp. 136-137
Order of Appearance of Scales in the Black Crappie, Pomoxis nigromaculatus
H. C. Ward and Edgar M. Leonard; 33 (1952), pp. 138-140
The Occurrence of Astyanax fasciatus mexicanus in Lake Texoma, Oklahoma
Carl. D. Riggs; 33 (1952); p. 141
A "Black Yeast" as a Cause of Mildew
J. Bennett Clark; 33 (1952); pp. 142-143
Karyokinesis and Cytokinesis in Micrococcus pyogenes var. aureus
R. B. Webb, H. L. Chance, and J. Bennett Clark; 33 (1952); pp. 143-144
A Study on Spontaneous Mutation to Bacteriophage Resistance in Escherichia coli, Strain B
Elizabeth Wingo Banks and J. Benett Clark; 33 (1952); pp. 144-146
Acid Salt Derivatives of Crystal Violet in the Gram Stain and Nuclear Stain
L. I. Galyen, J. Bennett Clark, and H. L. Chance; 33 (1952); pp. 146-147
A Cell Wall Stain for Escherichia coli
H. L. Chance; 33 (1952); p. 148
The Formation and Development of L-Forms in Certain Bacterial Species
J. L. Yudell and H. L. Chance; 33 (1952); 148-150
A Comparison of Organic Carbon, Hydrogen-ion Concentration, and Volume Weight of Some Central Oklahoma Soils
Ralph W. Kelting; 33 (1952); pp. 151-156
The Genus Lythrum in Oklahoma
Doyle McCoy; 33 (1952); pp. 156-158
Notes on Oklahoma Plants
George J. Goodman; 33 (1952); pp. 158-160
A Preliminary Study of the Bacterial Flora of a Revegetating Field and a Prairie
Woodrow H. Jones and Ernie Branham; 33 (1952); pp. 160-163
An Investigation of the Soil Microflora of Two Grassland Plots
Celia McElroy, Woodrow H, Jones and F. A. Rinehart; 33 (1952); pp. 163-168
Some Species Previously Recorded in the Oklahoma Flora Now Needing Verification
U. T. Waterfall; 33 (1952), pp. 168-171
Valerianella in Cherokee County, Oklahoma
C. S. Wallis; 33 (1952), p. 172
The Genus Orobanche in Oklahoma
George J. Goodman; 33 (1952), pp. 173
Effects of Oat Straw and Native Hay Mulches on Plant Composition and Edaphic Factors of a Revegetating, Abandoned Field
E. L. Rice, R. W. Kelting and Wm. T. Penfound; pp. 174-179
The Genus Chara in Oklahoma
Ivan L. Ophel; 33 (1952); 179-183
Studies on the Smut of Johnson Grass. I. Preliminary Studies on Sporidial Cultures
Wayne H. Silver and A. Dale Cozbey; 33 (1952); pp. 183-185
SECTION B, GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography | President's Address | Home
Mineralogy of the Miarolitic Cavities of the Granites, Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma
C. A. Merritt; 33 (1952); pp. 189-190
Marker Beds in the Lower Desmoinesian of Northeastern Oklahoma
Carl C. Branson; 33 (1952); pp. 190-194
Aquifers in Ottawa County, Oklahoma
Edwin W. Reed and Stuart L. Schoff; 33 (1952); pp. 194-196
The Doe Creek Sandstone
O. F. Evans; 33 (1952); pp. 196-197
Origin of the Drummond Flat, Garfield County, Oklahoma
J. E. Barclay; 33 (1952); pp. 197-199
Cross-Section of the Simpson Group from Murray County to Cleveland County, Oklahoma
Carl A. Moore; 33 (1952); pp. 199-200
Algal Origin of the "Birdseye" Limestone in the McLish Formation
William E. Ham; 33 (1952); pp. 200-203
The Unconformity at the Base of the Barnsdall Formation in Oklahoma
Malcolm C. Oakes; 33 (1952); pp. 203-205
Stratigraphy of the Vanoss Formation in the Western Arbuckle Mountains
Myron E. McKinley; 33 (1952); pp. 205-207
A New Foraminiferal Genus and Species from the Midway Formation of the Southwest Arkansas
R. W. Harris and B. W. Sutherland; 33 (1952); pp. 207-208
New Information on Structure of the Hugo Syncline
J. O. Beach; 33 (1952); p. 209
An Exhumed Fossil Karst Surface
Jack L. Walper; 33 (1952); pp. 210-214
High Velocity Flow in Channels Having Steep-Sided Channel Walls
Gladys E. Braden; 33 (1952); pp.214-217
SECTION C, PHYSICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography | President's Address | Home
The Electrical Conductivity of Aqueous Solutions of Potassium Hexafluorophosphate and Sodium Monofluorophosphate
Irving Johnson and David G. Rands; 33 (1952); pp. 221-227
Contact Surfaces in Supersonic Flow in Gas Discharges
T. R. Coleman and R. G. Fowler; 33 (1952); pp. 227-229
An Electrically Actuated Gas Pressure Regulator
Charles Mader and George Mader, Jr.; 33 (1952); pp. 229-230
An Unusual Cosmic Ray Track
Philip M. Fitzpatrick, Irving Glazer, and Robert A. Howard; 33 (1952); pp. 230-233
A Radar Triangulation System for Guided Missiles
Richard F. Buck; 33 (1952); pp. 233-236
A Missile Borne Radar Beacon for Use with Oklahoma A. and M. Triangulation System
Oscar L. Cooper; 33 (1952); pp. 236-239
Ion Concentrations in Shock-type Spark Discharge Tubes
R. G. Fowler and H. C. Rose; 33 (1952); pp. 240-241
A Graphical Solution of the System of Four Linear Equations in Four Unknowns
A. Kirakzadeh; 33 (1952); pp. 241-245
An Ultra Stable Audio Oscillator
Carl Bleil, J. S. Urban and R. G. Fowler; 33 (1952); pp. 245-247
The Isolation of a Flavonoid Substance from Watermelon
Byron L. Williams and Simon H. Wender; 33 (1952); pp. 247-249
Preliminary Investigations of the Possible Flavonol Content of the Pineapple
Byron L. Williams and Simon H. Wender; 33 (1952); 249-250
Isoquercitrin and Quercetin in Concord Grapes
Byron L. Williams, Helen Warren Casteel and Simon H. Wender, 33 (1952); pp. 250-251
Studies on Flavonoids of Locoweed
Carl D. Douglass and Simon H. Wender; 33 (1952); pp. 251-253
Further Fractionation of a Toxic Concentrate from Big Bend Locoweed
Sidney H. Jenkins and Simon H. Wender; 33 (1952), pp. 253-254
Histidine Administration and Glutamine Content of Rat Tissues
A. W. Lawrence and Robert MacVicar; 33 (1952); pp. 255-256
The Nitrogen Composition of Cereal Grasses, II. Amino Acid Distribution in Clippings from Greenhouse Cultures
Elwood Reber and Robert MacVicar; 33 (1952); pp. 256-261
1,1-Dichloroheptane.
S. E. Brady and S. P. Massie; 33 (1952); pp. 261-262
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography | President's Address | Home
Optimal Tensions for Various Types of Task as a Function of Proximity to Focal Musculature
Carl R. Oldroyd and Bernard Moskowitz; 33 (1952); p. 265
Personality Changes Following Transorbital Lobotomy
Harry W. Allison and Sarah G. Allison; 33 (1952); pp. 265-271
Effects of Distance and Angle of View on the Number of Reversals of a Fluctuating Figure
Bernard Moskowitz; 33 (1952); p. 271
Some Factors Related to Norwegian Stereotypes of Americans
Gilbert Geis; 33 (1952); pp. 272-274
Self-Evaluation in Promoting Teacher Growth
William H. Martin; 33 (1952); pp. 275-278
Some Problems Facing Rural Development Programs in Ethiopia
J. S. Vandiver; 33 (1952); pp. 278-282
Conflicting Value-Orientations and Intra-Personality Conflicts
Solis L. Kates; 33 (1952); pp. 282-285
The Effect of Ego-Involvement on Learning
Charles L. Shedd and Henry R. Angelino; 33 (1952); pp. 285-288
A Comparison of Scores on the Rosenzweig Picture-Frustration Study Between Selected and Unselected School Populations
Henry Angelino and Charles L. Shedd; 33 (1952); pp. 288-292
An Investigation of Psychological Rigidity
Bernard Moskowitz; 33 (1952); pp.292-293
SECTION E, SCIENCE EDUCATION | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section F, Geography | President's Address | Home
Thirty Years of Geology
H. E. Brown; 33 (1952); pp. 297-298
Local Level Program for Recruiting Chemists
H. H. Bliss and J. D. Williamson; 33 (1952); pp. 298-302
SECTION F, GEOGRAPHY | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education | President's Address | Home
Academic and Vocational Aspects of Geographical Training
Robert C. Fite; 33 (1952); pp. 305-307
A. 44.77 Year Jupiter-Venus-Earth Configuration Sun-Tide Period in Solar Climatic Cycles
Clyde J. Bollinger; 33 (1952); pp. 307-311
The Soviet Threat in the Middle East
Harry E. Hoy; 33 (1952); pp. 311-314
The Geography of the Western Caroline Islands
B. J. Tillman; 33 (1952); p. 314
Two Ice Glaze Storms Over U. S. Interior Plains, January, 1949
Gordon B. Schilz; 33 (1952); pp. 315-319
Some Factors That Controlled the Location of the Villages of the Pre-historic People of Central Oklahoma
O. F. Evans; 33 (1952); pp. 320-322
Special Problems Encountered in Tropical Land Use Mapping
Arthur H. Doerr; 33 (1952); pp. 322-324