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Volume 2—1922


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CONTENTS
PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS | Biology | Geology | Mathematics | Physics | Economics and Government | Psychology | Miscellaneous | Home
Presidential Address: The Possibility of the Redemption of the Great Plains from its Semi-Arid Condition
J. B. Thoburn; 2 (1922)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
BIOLOGY | Presidents Address | Geology | Mathematics | Physics | Economics and Government | Psychology | Miscellaneous | Home
Handedness and Speech
Margaret M. Nice; 2 (1922); p. 10
A Note on the Relation of Heat and Moisture to the Behavior of the Texas Land Snail
Ed. D. Crabb; 2 (1922); pp. 10-11
Observations on the Behavior of a Male Dickcissel, Spiza americana During the Nesting Period
Ed. D. Crabb; 2 (1922); pp. 11-12
A Preliminary Note on the Number of Tines in the Antlers of the White-Tail Deer as Correlated with Age
Ed. D. Crabb; 2 (1922); pp. 12-13
The Genetic Evidence of a Multiple (Triple) Allelomorph System in Bruchus and its Relation to Sex-Limited Inheritance
J. K. Breitenbecher; 2 (1922); pp. 13-14
The Migration Path of the Germ Cells in Fundulus
A. Richards and J. T. Thompson; 2 (1922); pp. 15-16
The Nutritional Values of the Grain Sorghums
Paul Menaul; 2 (1922); pp. 16-18
Identification of Anthoceros in the Oklahoma Cryptogamic Flora
M. M. Wickham; 2 (1922); pp 19-20
Notes on the Migration of Macrochelys Lacertina
M. M. Wickham; 2 (1922); pp. 20-22
Further Notes on the Migration of Terrapene Carolina in Oklahoma
M. M. Wickham; 2 (1922); p. 22
Identification of Fresh Water Sponges in the Oklahoma Fauna
M. M. Wickham; 2 (1922); pp. 23-24
The Red and White Blood Corpuscles and Catalase in the Blood of Complement Deficient Guinea Pigs
L B. Nice, A. J. Neill and H. D. Moore; 2 (1922); p. 25
The Egg-Laying Habits and Early Development of Hamina virescens (SBY)
A. Richards; 2 (1922); pp. 26-27
The Acceleration of the Cleavage Rate of Haminea virescens
A. Richards; 2 (1922); pp. 27-31
A Third Christmas Bird Census
Margaret M. Nice; 2 (1922); pp. 31-32
Fate of Leucocytes in the Placental Circulation:
    I. What Prevents Leucocytes of the Maternal Circulation from Migrating into the Fetal Circulation?
    II. The Role of the Syncytial Layer of the Chorionic Villi.
    III. Importance of this Investigation Relative to inheritance of Disease or Immunity from Disease
Jos. M. Thuringer; 2 (1922); p. 33
A New Differential Staining Method for Connective Tissue Combined With the Ordinary Hematoxylin-Eosin Stain
Jos. M. Thuringer; 2 (1922); pp. 33-34
The Effect of Lime And Organic Matter on the Development of Alfalfa Roots
M. A. Beeson; 2 (1922); pp. 34-36
Some Notes on the Parasite Fauna of Oklahoma
John E. Guberlet; 2 (1922); pp. 36-41
A Preliminary Report on the Optic Tract of Eyeless Flies
Mildred H. Richards and Esther Y. Furrow; 2 (1922); pp. 41-45
Mitotic Index of the Chick
Audrey Flitch Schultz; 2 (1922); pp. 45-48
Somatic Mutations and Elytral Mosaics in Bruchus
J. K. Breitenbecher; 2 (1922); pp. 48-49
A Preliminary Report on the Genetics of a Red-Spotted Sex Limited Mutation in Bruchus
C. Lee Furrow; 2 (1922); pp. 49-51
A Preliminary Note on the Chromosome Number of the First Spermatocytes of Bruchus
Frank G. Brooks; 2 (1922); pp. 52-53
The Grand Period of Growth of Root-Hairs
R. E. Jeffs; 2 (1922); pp. 53-56
Continuous Culture of Oats Versus Rotation
H. S. Murphy; 2 (1922); pp. 57-60
Sykes Alaskan Expedition of the University of Oklahoma of 1921
Ed. Crabb; 2 (1922); pp. 60-65
A Note on the Economic Status of the Bald Eagle in Alaska
Ed. Crabb; 2 (1922); pp. 66-68
The Poisonous Substance in Cotton Seed
Paul Menaul; 2 (1922); pp. 68-70
The Chemistry of the Pecan
W. G. Friedeman; 2 (1922); p. 71
Multiple Miliary Adentomata of the Kidney Cortex with Special Reference to Histogenesis
Julia Steele Eley; 2 (1922); pp. 71-72
GEOLOGY | President's Address | Biology | Mathematics | Physics | Economics and Government | Psychology | Miscellaneous | Home
Evidence of Glaciation in the Arbuckle Region
S. Weidman; 2 (1922); pp. 73-74
Physiographic History of the Arbuckle Mountains
S. Weidman; 2 (1922); pp. 74-77
Some Observation on Erosion and Transportation in the Wichita Mountain Area
Oren F. Evans; 2 (1922); pp. 77-79
An Oklahoma Meteorite
A. C. Shead; 2 (1922); p. 79
Subsurface Studies
R. D. Reed; 2 (1922); pp. 80-85
Robberson Oil Field, Garvin County, Oklahoma
Leon English; 2 (1922); pp. 85-86
The Percentage of Square Mile Production in Oklahoma
Bess U. Mills; 2 (1922); pp. 86-87
Oklahoma Oil Resources
W. C. Shannon; 2 (1922); p. 87
Arkose of the Northern Arbuckle Area
Geo. D. Morgan; 2 (1922); pp. 87-88
A Siluro-Devonian Oil Horizon in Southern Oklahoma
Geo. D. Morgan; 2 (1922); pp. 88-89
The Foraker Lime Stone in Lincoln County
H. E. Lillibridge; 2 (1922); p. 89
A New Variant of the Hidden Treasure Myth
C. H. Gould; 2 (1922); pp. 89-92
The Webber's Falls "Trap Dike" As a Source of Material for Primitive Implement Makers
J. B. Thoburn; 2 (1922); pp. 92-94
MATHEMATICS | President's Address | Biology | Geology | Physics | Economics and Government | Psychology | Miscellaneous | Home
The Regular Tetrahedron in Relation to its Cube and Other Solids
Oscar Ingold; 2 (1922); p. 95
PHYSICS | Presidents Address | Biology | Geology | Mathematics | Economics and Government | Psychology | Miscellaneous | Home
A New Type of Non-Inductive Resistance Winding
Homer L. Dodge; 2 (1922); p. 96
The Simple Rigidity of a Drawn Tungsten Wire at Incandescent Temperature
Wm. Schriever; 2 (1922); pp. 96-97
ECONOMICS AND GOVERNMENT | Presidents Address | Biology | Geology | Mathematics | Physics | Psychology | Miscellaneous | Home
Stability of Foreign Exchange
A. B. Adams; 2 (1922); pp. 98-101
Responsibility in State Government
F. F. Blachly; 2 (1922); pp. 101-103
PSYCHOLOGY | Presidents Address | Biology | Geology | Mathematics | Physics | Economics and Government | Miscellaneous | Home
Self-Taught Arithmetic from the Age of Five to Seven and a Half
Sophie R. A. Court; 2 (1922); pp. 104-105
Further Notes on Eighteen-Months Vocabularies
Miriam Oatman-Blachly; 2 (1922); pp. 106-108
A Child That Would Not Talk
Margaret M. Nice; 2 (1922); pp. 108-111
MISCELLANEOUS | Presidents Address | Biology | Geology | Mathematics | Physics | Economics and Government | Psychology | Home
A Kay County Village Site
Joseph B. Thoburn; 2 (1922); pp. 112-113
Some Notes on the Bois Fort Chippewa of Minnesota
Albert B. Reagan; 2 (1922); pp. 113-114