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Volume 45—1965


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CONTENTS
EDITOR —GEORGE A. MOORE
Associate Editors—U. T. Waterfall, Harley P. Brown, V. Brown Monnett,
George Gorin, Rudia Halliburton, Robert C. Fite, Stephen M. Sutherland,
Bryan P. Glass, J. Bennett Clark, E. Leigh Secrest
INVITED CONTRIBUTION | Presidential Address| Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | Section H, Microbiology | Section I, Engineering Science |In Memoriam |Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science | Home
Factors Affecting Adolescent Behaviour
James L. Dennis, M.D.; 45 (1965); pp. 1-5
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS | Invited Contribution | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | Section H, Microbiology | Section I, Engineering Science |In Memoriam |Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science | Home
Oklahoma Academy of Science in Action
A. D. Buck; 45 (1965); pp. 6-9
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES |Invited Contribution | Presidential Address| Section B, Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | Section H, Microbiology | Section I, Engineering Science |In Memoriam |Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science | Home
Subsection Botany
Effect of 2, 4-D on Protein, Pectin and Sulfhydryl Content of Excised Epicotyl Sections of Pea Arthur G. Carroll and Leland L. Hardman; 45 (1965); pp. 10-16
Some Algae from Lake Carl Blackwell, Oklahoma Mickey Cooper; 45 (1965); pp. 17-19
The Vegetation of an Actively Eroding Canyon in Canadian County, Oklahoma
L. A. Galloway; 45 (1965); pp. 20-23
Additions to the Literature on the Vegetation of Oklahoma
T. H. Milby and Wm. T. Penfound; 45 (1965); pp. 23-33
Influence of Temperature on Rates of Respiration and Photosynthesis in Cotton Seedlings James McD. Stewart and Gene Guinn; 45 (1965); pp. 34-38
Lomatium foeniculaceum in Oklahoma Francis H. Means; 45 (1965); p. 38
Vegetational Changes in a Black Willow Forest over a Four-Year Period
Wm. T. Penfound; 45 (1965); p. 39
Replacement of a Population of Johnson Grass by a Vine-Forb Community
Wm. T. Penfound, M. C. Jennison and J. S. Shed; 45 (1965); pp. 40-41
A Plant Community Dominated by Vines
Wm. T. Penfound, J. S. Shed and M. C. Jennison; 45 (1965); pp. 41-43
Inhibition of Nitrogen-Fixing and Nitrifying Bacteria by Seed Plants III. Comparison of Three Species of Euphorbia
Elroy L. Rice; 45 (1965); pp. 43-44
Comments on the Vascular Flora of Oklahoma
R. John Taylor and Constance Taylor; 45 (1965); pp. 44-46
Subsection Zoology
A Casualty Count of Wildlife Following a Fire
Sam Bigham, Leland Hepworth and Richard Martin; 45 (1965); pp. 47-50
Oklahoma Treehoppers (Homoptera, Membracidae)
Clifford J. Dennis; 45 (1965); pp. 50-64
Eighteen Additions to the Spider Fauna of Oklahoma
Richard C. Harrel; 45 (1965); pp. 64-66
Mites Associated with Popilius disjunctus (Illiger) (Coleoptera; Passalidae) in McCurtain County, Oklahoma
Richard C. Harrel and Billy J. Mathis; 45 (1965); pp. 66-68
A New Size Record for the Chestnut Lamprey, Ichthyomyzon castaneus Girard in Oklahoma
Geo. A. Moore and Mickey Kernodle; 45 (1965); pp. 68-69
The Heteroceridae (Coleoptera) of Oklahoma
Kurt F. Schaefer and William A. Drew; 45 (1965); pp. 69-71
Branchiura sowerbyi (Tubificidae, Annelida) in Oklahoma
K. F. Schaefer, R. C. Harrel and B. J. Mathis; 45 (1965); pp. 71-73
Spectacle Development in the Pygmy Sunfish, Elassoma zonatum, with Observations on Spawning Habits
Charles Taber; 45 (1965); pp. 73-78
New Locations for Gastrophryne carolinensis and Rana clamitans in Oklahoma
R. John Taylor; 45 (1965); pp. 79-80
The Badger (Taxidea taxus) from Johnston County, Oklahoma
R. John Taylor; 45 (1965); pp. 80-81
The Scarabaeinae of Oklahoma (Scarabaeidae, Coleoptera)
F. Lance Wallace and W. A. Drew; 45 (1965); pp. 82-93
SECTION B, GEOLOGY |Invited Contribution | Presidential Address| Section A, Biological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | Section H, Microbiology | Section I, Engineering Science |In Memoriam | Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science | Home
A New Species of Septemchiton
Robert B. Sanders; 45 (1965); pp. 94-98
Rational Mineral Analyses, Computed from Complete Empirical Chemical Analysis in the Detection and Correction of Errors in Quantitative Analytical Geochemistry
A. C. Shead; 45 (1965); pp. 99-107
SECTION C, PHYSICAL SCIENCES | Invited Contribution | Presidential Address| Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section D, Social Sciences | Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | Section H, Microbiology | Section I, Engineering Science | In Memoriam | Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science | Home
A Study of the Autooxidation of Cyclohexene in the Presence of Benzoic Acid and Benzoic Anhydride
K. Darrell Berlin, Darrel Hopper, and Don E. Gibbs; 45 (1965); pp. 108-111
Proton Resonance Frequencies in Several Organophosphorus Acids
K. Darrell Berlin and M. Nagabhushanam; 45 (1965); pp. 111-115
Ionization in Hydrogen Plasmas; Comparison of Two Methods of Calculation
R. E. Bruce and F. C. Todd; 45 (1965); pp. 116-125
Diffusion in Diamond
V. A. Fratzke and W. J. Leivo; 45 (1965); pp. 125-129
Design and Construction of a Helium Gas Gun for Hypervelocity Impact
B. A. Hardage and F. C. Todd; 45 (1965); pp. 129-138
The Dispersion of Dielectric Constant and Resistivity in Stannic Oxide Ceramics
Herman E. Matthews, Jr.; 45 (1965); pp. 138-143
A Quantitative Examination of Nicotinamidase Activity in Various Tissues of Ricinus communis L.
Jon A. Newell and George R. Waller; 45 (1965); pp. 143-147
The Incorporation of Mevalonic Acid-2-C14 into the Triterpene Saponin of Zanthocephalum
George V. Odell and Bernie J. Camp; 45 (1965); pp. 147-149
Linear Heat Conduction with Temperature-Dependent Physical Properties
L. J. Peery and F. C. Todd; 45 (1965); pp. 150-158
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES | Invited Contribution | Presidential Address| Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section C, Physical Sciences | Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography |Section H, Microbiology | Section I, Engineering Science |In Memoriam | Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science | Home
Arkansas' Anti-Evolution Referendum
R. Hallibuton, Jr.; 45 (1965); pp. 159-166
The Court of Star Chamber - a Tudor Creation?
Marvin M. Lomax; 45 (1965); pp. 167-172
An Economic Analysis of the 1964 Election in Oklahoma
Amos D. Maxwell; 45 (1965); pp. 173-175
An Exploratory Study of Preschool Children's Freedom of Expression
Elizabeth K. Starkweather and Peggy L. Azbill; 45 (1965); pp. 176-180
SECTION E, SCIENCE EDUCATION | Invited Contribution | Presidential Address| Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section F, Geography | Section H, Microbiology | Section I, Engineering Science | In Memoriam | Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science | Home
Classroom Recognition of Conflict Between Theology and the Evolutionary Origin of Life
Ruth Farmer; 45 (1965); pp. 181-185
Interdisciplinary Synthesis in Science and Communication
Maizie Foister; 45 (1965); pp. 185-188
Science Education in a Cooperative Venture
Kenneth E. Wiggins; 45 (1965); pp. 189-192
SECTION F, GEOGRAPHY | Invited Contribution | Presidential Address| Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Section H, Microbiology | Section I, Engineering Science | In Memoriam |Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science | Home
Factors of Temperature and Humidity in Relation to Aircraft Performance
*Thomas L. Bryant; 45 (1965); pp. 193-197
A Comparison of Köppen-Thornthwaite Semiarid Boundaries
Arthur H. Doerr; 45 (1965); pp. 198-199
Some Climatic Extremes in Oklahoma in the Period 1923-1958
*Arthur H. Doerr; 45 (1965); p. 200
Landform Characteristics Affecting Watershed Yields on the Mississippi-Missouri Interfluve
John J. Hidore; 45 (1965); pp. 201-203
Pearson and Oklahoma State Highway No. 18
John W. Morris; 45 (1965); pp. 203-205
How Many Counties Does Oklahoma Need?
John W. Morris; 45 (1965); pp. 205-208
Earlsboro - Boom and Bust
*John W. Morris; 45 (1965); pp. 209-212
The Beef Cattle Industry in the Coastal Plains Region of Oklahoma
Joe V. Sims; 45 (1965); pp. 213-215
The Industrialization of Nigeria
Phyllis H. Williams; 45 (1965); pp. 215-218
* Papers presented at the Fall Meeting in 1963
SECTION H, MICROBIOLOGY |Invited Contribution | Presidential Address| Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography | Section I, Engineering Science |In Memoriam | Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science | Home
The Use of Phytohemagglutinin as an Aid to Cellular Repair During Constant X-Irradiation
Clifton Aldridge, Johanna G. Gray and J. B. Clark; 45 (1965); pp. 219-220
Algal Succession and Bacterial Reduction in Bio-Oxidation Ponds
Ernst M. Davis, Maxwell J. Wilcomb and George W. Reid; 45 (1965); pp. 220-227
A Preliminary Report on Isolations of Arboviruses from Mosquitoes and Migratory Birds
Mary Jo Hellmer, Roy W. McGuire and L. Vernon Scott; 45 (1965); pp. 227-228
Isolation and Cultivation of Iron and Sulfur Bacteria from Domestic Sewage
Choudhry M. Ishaq, Maxwell J. Wilcomb and George W. Reid; 45 (1965); pp. 229-233
Magnetic Field Effects on Radiation Damage to Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Joseph F. Tinney and Clifton Aldridge; 45 (1965); pp. 233-234
SECTION I, ENGINEERING SCIENCE | Invited Contribution | Presidential Address| Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography | Section H, Microbiology | In Memoriam |Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science | Home
A Solar Aspect Sensor for Spinning Rockets
Oscar L. Cooper; 45 (1965); pp. 235-240
Control of Natural Chlorides - Arkansas River Basin
R. R. DeBruin; 45 (1965); pp. 241-248
The Role of Engineering Extension Work in the Expanding Economy of Oklahoma and the Southwest
W. L. Hughes; 45 (1965); pp. 248-250
The Role of Engineering Extension as a Service to Industry
Monroe W. Kriegel; 45 (1965); pp. 250-260
The Functions of Engineering Extension
E. Leigh Secrest; 45 (1965); pp. 261-266
IN MEMORIAM | Invited Contribution | Presidential Address| Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography | Section H, Microbiology | Section I, Engineering Science | Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science | Home
Elbert Frank Allen; 45 (1965); p. 267
OKLAHOMA JUNIOR ACADEMY OF SCIENCE | Invited Contribution | Presidential Address| Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography | Section H, Microbiology | Section I, Engineering Science |In Memoriam | Home
Selected Papers
A Study of the Effects of Six Drugs on Chick Embryo Development
Cynthia Fite; 45 (1965); pp. 268-274
The Gravitational Separation of Ions in Solution
Robert Edward Galloway; 45 (1965); pp. 275-277
The Effects of Steroids on the Virulence of Cryptococcus neoformans
Robert Duke Lonian; 45 (1965); pp. 277-281
An Experiment in Mathematics
Paul Raymond Patten; 45 (1965); pp. 282-284
Selected Abstracts of other Junior Academy Papers
48 (1968); pp. 285-293