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Volume 12 — 1932


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CONTENTS
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, SUBSECTION I, ANIMAL BIOLOGY | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection II, Plant Biology | Section A, Biological Sciences, Joint Meeting of Both Divisions | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection I | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection II | Section D, Social Sciences | Home
The Inheritance of Hair Whorls
W. A. Craft; 12 (1932); pp. 7-8
Basal Metabolism Standards for Oklahoma Women
Callie Mae Coons; 12 (1932); p. 8
A Nutritional Study of the Diet of the Normal College Woman
Helen B. Burton and Mary L. Woodward; 12 (1932); pp. 8-9
Melanotic Cancer with Special Reference to Giant Cell Melanblastoma
William A. Meyers; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Some Observations on Adrenalectomized Rats
Alma J. Neill; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Blood Elements in Certain Pisces, with Special Reference to Galeichthys felis
Babette L. Shumacker; 12 (1932); pp. 9-12
The Mitotic Index in Developing Fundulus Embryo
A. Richards; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Notes on the Desensitization of Paramoecia With Some Other Microtechnical Observations
George A. Moore; 12 (1932); pp. 18-19
Notes on Cercariae Collected in Payne County, Oklahoma
Wilburn C. Hobgood; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
The Biological Efficiency of a Sewage-Polluted Stream, as Observed in the Illinois River
W. C. Purdy; 12 (1932); pp. 55-56
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, SUBSECTION II, PLANT BIOLOGY | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection I, Animal Biology | Section A, Biological Sciences, Joint Meeting of Both Divisions | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection I | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection II | Section D, Social Sciences | Home
Uses of Soybeans and Their Chemical Composition
James E. Webster and Burton Kiltz; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Asplenium Pinnatifidum Nutt. in Oklahoma
Elbert A. Little; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Growth Behavior of Certain Young Opuntias
Marion S. Lahman; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
On the Rate of Peat Growth in the Great Lakes Area
Paul B. Sears; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
A Study of Certain Factors Which Affect the Calcium, Phosphorus, and Nitrogen Content of Prairie Grass
H. A. Daniel; 12 (1932); pp. 42-45
Some Effects of Sulphuric Acid Delinting of Cotton Seed
Auval Brown; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
The Effect of Cottonseed Diet on the Chemical Composition of the Egg
V. G. Heller, R. B. Thompson, and Victor Searcy; 12 (1932); pp. 45-52
The Inner Sculpturing of the Fruit of Juglandaceae
D. V. Shuhart; 12 (1932); pp. 17-18
Root Development of Cotton, Peanuts, and Tobacco in Central Oklahoma
W. E. Bruner; 12 (1932); pp. 20-37
On Regeneration of Injured Leaves
Fred R. Clark; 12 (1932); pp. 54-55
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, JOINT MEETING OF BOTH DIVISIONS | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection I, Animal Biology | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection II, Plant Biology | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection I | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection II | Section D, Social Sciences | Home
Comparative Pollen, Molds, Butterfly and Moth Emanation Content of the Air
Ray M. Balyeat; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Evidences of Recent Climate Changes in Arkansas
Paul B. Sears; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
A Chemical and Nutritive Study of Pecan Oil
V. G. Heller and Ethel Sowers; 12 (1932); pp. 38-42
Mitosis at Cold Temperatures
A. Richards and Celeste Whaley Taft; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
A Survey of Some Oklahoma Lakes
Ruby Northup Macy; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
The Oklahoma Sterilization Law and Its Application
Frank G. Brooks; 12 (1932); pp. 52-54
The Neur-Electro-Magnetic Theory of Nerve Reactions Including Thinking
T. A. Bendrat; 12 (1932); pp. 13-17
SECTION B, GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection I, Animal Biology | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection II, Plant Biology | Section A, Biological Sciences, Joint Meeting of Both Divisions | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection I | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection II | Section D, Social Sciences | Home
Occurrence and Significance of Certain Micro-Fauna in the Ordovician of Oklahoma and Elsewhere
R. W. Harris; 12 (1932); pp. 56-59
Abstract of Lower Permian-Upper Pennsylvania Micro-Fauna of Northeast Oklahoma and Southwest Kansas
Roy Maxey; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Some Long and Short-Range Paleozoic Micro-Forms of Oklahoma
C. M. Harris; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Notes on the Stratigraphy of Northeast Texas, Northwest Louisiana and Southwest Arkansas
H. C. Vanderpool; 12 (1932); pp. 60-63
Igneous Rocks of the Arbuckle Mountains
B. F. Uhl; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Buried Soils and Their Significance
Horace J. Harper and Charles A. Hollopeter; 12 (1932); pp. 63-66
The Necessity for Geological Laws
Harold S. Thomas; 12 (1932); pp. 66-71
SECTION C, PHYSICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection I, Animal Biology | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection II, Plant Biology | Section A, Biological Sciences, Joint Meeting of Both Divisions | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection I | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection II | Section D, Social Sciences | Home
The Organization of the Teaching of Freshman Chemistry in Oklahoma A. and M. College
O. M. Smith; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
The Influence of Ethylene Glycon upon Some Reaction Velocities
L. Mabel Young and H. M. Trimble; 12 (1932); p. 71
Chlorates as an Industrial Hazard in Agriculture
Cliff R. Otto; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Positive Binary Forms Containing One Reduced Form to a Genus
S. B. Townes; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Photoelectrical Emission from Cadmium Films
Duane Roller, Hughes Zenor, and J. M. Schmidt; 12 (1932); pp. 71-72
A Comparison of Existing Methods for the Measurement of the Coefficient of Viscosity of a Gas
Duane Roller and Dean Woolridge; 12 (1932); pp. 73-75
A Method of Designing Medium and High Frequency Alternators with a Special Reference to the Inductor Type
Nicholas M. Oboukhoff; 12 (1932); p. 75
The Brownian Motion Limitation on Galvanometer Sensitivities
G. A. Van Lear; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
A Spectroscopic Study of the Stray Light in a Leiss Quartz Single Monochromator
W. D. Phelps and Duane Roller; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Mathematics and Genius
N. A. Court; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Acoustics of the Fine Arts Auditorium of the University of Oklahoma
William Schriever and Hughes M. Zenor; 12 (1932); pp. 75-78
Numbers Equal to the Sum of Their Aliquot Parts increased by the Number of Aliquot Parts
John C. Brixey; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Some Observations on the Dependability of Methods for the Identification of Common Metallic Ions
Ralph Kaufman; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
The Conditions of Formation for Phenyl Substituted Diphenyl Ethers
J. C. Colbert; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Oklahoma "Alkali" Waters and Water Residues
A. C. Shead; 12 (1932); pp. 78-81
The Saccharate Method for Separating and Determining Calcium and Magnesium
A. C. Shead and J. E. Belcher; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
The Density of Drawn Tungsten
Varnakale L. Jones; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
An Automatic Electrical Switch Which Uses a Modified Form of Pitot Tube
Varnakale L. Jones; 12 (1932); pp. 81-83
The Technique of Glass Blowing- An Eastman Moving Picture
F. W. Crawford; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
The Number of Isomeric Olefine and Acetylene Hydrocarbons
Claude G. Schmidt; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES, SUBSECTION I | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection I, Animal Biology | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection II, Plant Biology | Section A, Biological Sciences, Joint Meeting of Both Divisions | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection II | Section D, Social Sciences | Home
Quantitative Methods Applied to Ethnography
Forrest E. Clements; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Oklahoma and Its People
Jennings J. Rhyne; 12 (1932); pp. 83-85
Facilities and Opportunities for Sociological Research in Oklahoma
O. D. Duncan; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Methods Used in Studying Money Contributions of Farm Women to the Family Income
Grace Fernandes; 12 (1932); p. 85
A Study in Community Problems
R. L. Alexander; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
A Comparative Study of Oklahoma High School Curricula, 1921-1931
Herbert Patterson; 12 (1932); p. 93
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES, SUBSECTION II |Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection I, Animal Biology | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection II, Plant Biology | Section A, Biological Sciences, Joint Meeting of Both Divisions | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection I | Section D, Social Sciences | Home
Spanish Influences in Arizona, 1690-1795
A. B. Thomas; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Anglo-American Rivalry, 1823-25
T. H. Reynolds; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
A Statistical Study of the Senate's Action on Treaties
R. J. Dangerfield; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
An Experiment on the Influence of Theme- Reading on Mechanical Correctness
John E. Fellows; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
A Brief Appraisal of the Contributions of Institutional Economics
John B. Ewing; 12 (1932); pp. 85-89
The Future of the Gold Standard
Frederick L. Ryan; 12 (1932); pp. 89-90
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection II, Plant Biology | Section A, Biological Sciences, Joint Meeting of Both Divisions | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection I | Section D, Social Sciences, Subsection II | Section A, Biological Sciences, Subsection I, Animal Biology | Home
Applying Economic Analysis to Trade Promotion
James M. Maurer; 12 (1932); pp. 90-92
Is Philosophy a Science?
Howard O. Eaton; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
Method and Technique in Psychological Study of Leadership
Robert W. Nafe; 12 (1932)*
*This paper was listed in the program, but not published in this volume.
The Relation of Judgments of Excitement Value to Certain Bodily Changes Shown During Hypnotic Dreams
Loyd W. Rowland; 12 (1932); p. 92
Symbolism in the White Rat
M. O. Wilson; 12 (1932); p. 93
The High School Product and Guidance
Richard E. Hyde; 12 (1932); p. 93
How University Faculties Use Their Time
John F. Bender; 12 (1932); p. 94