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Volume 36—1955


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CONTENTS
Asa Orrin Weese
36 (1955); pp. 16-17
Publications of Asa Orrin Reese
36 (1955); p. 18
Address by the President. Water for Practically Everybody
Ralph E. Olson; 36 (1955); pp. 19-29
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section B, Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | Section G, Conservation |Home
The Codling Moth Population for 1955
G. A. Bieberdorf; 36 (1955); pp. 32-33
Some Further Records of Snail Distribution by Counties in Oklahoma
Branley Branson and I. E. Wallen; 36 (1955); pp. 34-37
Riffle Beetles in Oklahoma
Harley P. Brown; 36 (1955); p. 38
The Reptiles and Amphibians of the University of Oklahoma Biological Station Area in South-Central Oklahoma
Charles C. Carpenter; 36 (1955); pp. 39-46
The Effect of Continuous Gamma Irradiation on the Growth Hormone Content of Green Plants
Anson R. Cooke; 36 (1955); pp. 47-48
An Evaluation of the Quadrat Method in the Blackjack-Post Oak Forest
R. K. Coppock, C. A. Ely, R. W. Ficken, and Mary Gayle Smith; 36 (1955); pp. 49-50
Notes on the Behavior of the Red Bat Lasiurus borealis
William L. Cutter; 36 (1955); p. 51
Further Observation on Astyanax fasciatus and Menidia audens in Lake Texoma
Virgil E. Dowell and Carl D. Riggs; 36 (1955); pp. 52-53
An Estimate of the Fish Population of a Sixteen Acre lake Based on Recovery During Draining
Ronald E. Elkin, Jr.; 36 (1955); pp. 53-59
Tree Rings as Legal Evidence
H. I. Featherly; 36 (1955); pp. 59-61
Growth of Fishes in Cutoff Lakes and Streams of the Little River System in McCurtain County, Oklahoma
Joe C. Finnell; 36 (1955); pp. 61-66
Notes on Oklahoma Plants
George J. Goodman; 36 (1955); pp. 67-68
Controlling Shoreline and Emergent Vegetation in Ponds and Lakes
Horace J. Harper; 36 (1955); pp. 68-69
Expansion of the Crappie Population in Ardmore City Lake Following a Drastic Reduction in Numbers
Robert M. Jenkins; 36 (1955); pp. 70-76
Observations on the Occurrence of Potential Twins in Early Cleavage in Zebra Fish (Brachydania rerio)
Roy W. Jones; 36 (1955); p. 77
A Checklist of the Cladocera of Oklahoma
Woodrow Jones; 36 (1955); pp. 78-81
A Study of the variations of Dorsal Markings of Bufo w. woodhousi
Dee Keeton and Charles C. Carpenter; 36 (1955); pp. 81-83
New and Unusual Birds in Tulsa County from the 1954 Records of the Tulsa Audubon Society
Orrin W. Letson and Ethel Letson; 36 (1955); pp. 83-84
Body Temperatures of Bufo w. woodhousei
George W. Scott and Charles C. Carpenter; 36 (1955); pp. 84-85
Pink Prickley Poppies
John B. Sieglinger and H. I. Featherly; 36 (1955); p. 86
SECTION B, GEOLOGY |Section A, Biological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | Section G, Conservation|Home
Openwork Gravel Deposits in Stream Valleys
Gladys E. Braden; 36 (1955); pp. 88-89
SECTION C, PHYSICAL SCIENCES |Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | Section G, Conservation|Home
A Report on the World Solar Energy Conference -The Scientific Basis, October 31 - November 1, 1955
Herman S. Forest; 36 (1955); pp. 92-93
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences |Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | Section G, Conservation |Home
A Comparative Study of Non-Truant and Truant Children in San Bernardino, California, High School
Joseph Andriola; 36 (1955); pp. 96-104
Reactions to "Frustration" of Mentally Retarded Children as Measured by the Rosenzweig P-F Test. (Abstract)
Henry Angelino and Charles L. Shedd; 36 (1955); pp. 104-105
The Procrustean Bed of Science
C. W. Berenda; 36 (1955); pp. 105-109
Trends in Preadolescent and Adolescent "Fears and Worries": A Comparison of Boys and Girls from Ages 9 through 18. (Abstract)
Russel G. Drumright, Henry Angelino, and Edmund V. Mech; 36 (1955); p. 110
Variations in Income and Levels of Living of Oklahoma People
James D. Tarver; 36 (1955); pp. 111-115
SECTION E, SCIENCE EDUCATION | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences |Section F, Geography | Section G, Conservation |Home
The N. S. F. Institute of Biology for College Teachers
Harriet G. Barclay; 36 (1955); pp.118-119
The Science Talent Search in Oklahoma
H. H. Bliss; 36 (1955); pp. 119-124
Training Science Teachers
Claude E. Boatman; 36 (1955); pp. 124-128
Objectives and Content of an Introductory Course in Zoology
Paul R. David and Harley P. Brown; 36 (1955); pp. 129-133
Correlating Science
Earl Hamburger; 36 (1955); pp. 133-134
The Science Club - An Effective Teaching Device
Vivla Johnson; 36 (1955); pp. 135-138
Anonymous Student Evaluation of College Teaching
Leonard A. Ostlund; 36 (1955); pp. 138-140
The Role of the Guidance Director in Encouraging Students to Enroll in Science Courses
Mary Sue Silk; 36 (1955); pp. 140-142
SECTION F, GEOGRAPHY |Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Section G, Conservation |Home
Man as a Geomorphological Agent in the Tri-State Zinc-lead District
Arthur H. Doerr; 36 (1955); p. 144
Land Use in Guatemala
Edward E. Keso; 36 (1955); pp. 145-150
SECTION G, CONSERVATION |Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography |Home
Some Conservation Problems of our National Parks. (Abstract)
David C. Winslow and T. Homer Black; 36 (1955); pp. 152-153
Habitat Description and the Life-Form Concept
A. M. Stebler and Sanford D. Schemnitz; 36 (1955); pp. 154-157
The Origin and History of Albinsm in Bobwhite Quail at the Oklahoma State Game Farm
G. B. Wint; 36 (1955); pp. 157-159