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Volume 34—1953


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CONTENTS
PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS | Invited Address| Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | In Memoriam | Home
Some Aspects of Modern Chemotherapy
S. P. Massie; 34 (1953); pp. 3-5
INVITED ADDRESS | 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 | In Memoriam | Home
Our Responsibilities as Scientists
J. Rud Nielsen; 34 (1953); pp. 9-16
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section B, Geological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography | In Memoriam | President's Address | Invited Address | Home
The Fishes of the Chikaskia River in Oklahoma and Kansas
George A. Moore; 34 (1953); pp. 19-27
Observations of the Care and Behavior of Darters, Ethiostomatinae, in the Laboratory
Allan D. Linder; 34 (1953); pp. 28-30
Collecting Fish by Combined Use of a Seine and an Electric Shocker
Carl D. Riggs; 34 (1953); pp. 30-32
Two Additions to Oklahoma's Fish Fauna from Red River in Bryan County
Donald R. Miller; 34 (1953); pp. 33-34
Preliminary Observations on the Presence of Stream-Inhabiting Fishes in Tenkiller Reservoir, a New Oklahoma Impoundment
Gordon E. Hall; 34 (1953); pp. 34-40
An Eleven Year Growth History of White Crappie in Grand Lake, Oklahoma Robert M. Jenkins; 34 (1953); pp. 40-47
The Rate of Growth of Flathead Catfish in Twenty-One Oklahoma Lakes
H. A. McCoy; 34 (1953); pp. 47-52
Growth Rates of Fishes of Lake Hiwassee, Oklahoma, After Two Years of Attempted Population Control John E. King; 34 (1953); pp. 53-56
A Study of the Helminth Parasites of Certain Shore-Inhabiting Birds from Lake Texoma, Oklahoma Martha Ann Riggins; 34 (1953); pp. 57-59
A Study of the Helminth Parasites of the Pocket Gophers of Woods, Alfalfa, Grant, and Marshall Counties, Oklahoma Gladys L. Burnham; 34 (1953); pp. 59-61
An Effective Method of Infiltrating Tissues with Paraffin in Vacuo
Russell C. Faulkner; 34 (1953); pp. 62-63
Epizoophytic Algae from Mollusks, Turtles, and Fish in Oklahoma
Wm. C. Vinyard; 34 (1953); pp. 63-65
Dissolved Oxygen and Temperature Profiles of Tenkiller Reservoir and Tailwaters With Consideration of These Waters as a Possible Habitat for Rainbow Trout
Joe C. Finnell; 34 (1953); pp. 65-72
Variation in the Lower Incisors of the Mexican Freetail Bat, Tadarida mexicana (Saussure)
Bryan P. Glass; 34 (1953); pp. 73-74
Occurrence of a Mountain Lion in Oklahoma
George C. Merrifield; 34 (1953); pp. 75
Further Additions to the Snail Fauna of Oklahoma
I. E. Wallen and Paul Dunlap; 34 (1953); pp. 76-80
Additions to the Pulmonate Snails of Oklahoma (With Notes on Anatomical Techniques)
Glenn R. Webb; 34 (1953); pp. 81-84
Notes on the Food Habits of Three Common Lizards of Southern Oklahoma
Leon Harney; 34 (1953); pp. 85-86
Reptiles of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, Comanche County, Oklahoma
Robert G. Webb and A. I. Ortenburger; 34 (1953); pp. 87-92
Breeding Bird Populations in Payne County, Oklahoma
F. M. Baumgartner and Robert G. Lawrence; 34 (1953); pp. 93-102
Marbled Godwit Collected at Lake Texoma, Oklahoma
Charles C. Carpenter; 34 (1953); pp. 103
New and Unusual Birds in Tulsa County from the 1952 Records of the Tulsa Audubon Society
Orrin Letson and Ethel Letson; 34 (1953); pp. 103-104
Additional Records of Triatoma sanguisuga
Earl B. Kilpatrick; 34 (1953); pp. 104-105
Field Cricket Control in Buildings
D. E. Howell and S. D. Hensley; 34 (1953); pp. 105-107
Codling Moth Emergence Records for 1952 and 1953
G. A. Bieberdorf; 34 (1953); pp. 108-110
A Nutritional Study of a Community of Kiowa Indians
Florine P. Bettis and Helen B. Burton; 34 (1953); pp. 110-114
The Mutagenic Action of Various Chemicals on Micrococcus aureus
J. Bennet Clark; 34 (1953); pp. 114-118
The Effect of Moisture on the Experimental Determination of the Metabolic Activity of Soil Microorganisms
George C. Cozad, Robert B. Webb, Phyllis A. Swartz, and J. Bennett Clark; 34 (1953); pp. 119-120
A Continuation of the Investigation of Soil Microflora of Two Grassland Plots
Phyllis A. Swartz, Robert B. Webb, George C. Cozad, and J. Bennett Clark; 34 (1953); pp. 121-123
Additions to the Oklahoma Flora from Cherokee County
Charles S. Wallis and U. T. Waterfall; 34 (1953); pp. 124-125
Literature on the Vegetation of Oklahoma
Ralph W. Kelting and Wm. T. Penfound; 34 (1953); pp. 126-135
Studies on the Smut of Johnson Grass
Wayne H. Silver; 34 (1953); pp. 136
SECTION B, GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | In Memoriam | President's Address | Invited Address | Home
Weatherford Water
F. W. Allen; 34 (1953); pp. 139-143
Oil Shale Distillation Techniques on Oklahoma Shales
E. L. Lucas; 34 (1953); pp. 143-146
The Subsurface Extension of the DeQueen Limestone in Southern McCurtain County, Oklahoma
Leon V. Davis; 34 (1953); p. 147
The Upper Limit of the Seminole Formation in Oklahoma
Malcolm C. Oakes; 34 (1953); pp. 148-149
Triassic Rocks on Goff Creek, Texas County, Oklahoma
Stuart L. Schoff; 34 (1953); pp. 149-152
SECTION C, PHYSICAL SCIENCES |Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography |In Memoriam | President's Address | Invited Address | Home
An Inexpensive Automatic Fluoride Distillation Apparatus
L. N. Devonshire and H. H. Rowley; 34 (1953); pp. 155-156
Colorimetric Determination of Fluoride in Commercial Samples of Sodium Monofluorophosphate
L. N. Devonshire and H. H. Rowley; 34 (1953); pp. 157-159
The Reaction of Olefins with Carboxylic Acid Anhydrides
O. C. Dermer and Doyle Simpson; 34 (1953); pp. 160-162
Ion Exchange Studies on the Flavonoid Fraction from Licorice Root
Quentin L. Morris and Simon H. Wender; 34 (1953); pp. 163-164
Asymptotic Pursuit
Arthur Bernhart; 34 (1953); pp. 164-165
Dimensional Analysis and Scaling Ratios for Flow in a Porous System
J. R. Foote; 34 (1953); pp. 165-170
The Effect of High Potassium Intake on Rabbits
W. Curtis Shrewsberry and Robert MacVicar; 34 (1953); pp. 170-172
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences |Section C, Physical Sciences |Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography |In Memoriam | President's Address | Invited Address | Home
Reciprocal Empathy: A Study of Student-Teacher Interaction
Rex Rector; 34 (1953); pp. 175-177
Effect of Regular Offset on the Reversals of the Wheatstone-Necker Cube
Bernard Moskowitz; 34 (1953); p. 178
Quest for Archai: A Contribution to Systematic Psychology
Bernard Moskowitz; 34 (1953); pp. 179-180
Shifts in the Content of Fears and Worries Relative to Chronological Age
Henry Angelino and Charles L. Shedd; 34 (1953); pp. 180-186
The Effect of Guidance upon Academic Achievement
Charles L. Shedd and Henry Angelino; 34 (1953); pp. 186-189
A Sociometric Matrix
L. A. Ostlund; 34 (1953); pp. 189-190
The Death Penalty in Oklahoma
Gilbert Geis; 34 (1953); pp. 191-193
Some Factors in Medical Indigency
J. J. Rhyne; 34 (1953); p. 194
Two Nonparametric Tests for Testing the Randomness of Samples Drawn from Finite Populations
Mitchell O. Locks; 34 (1953); pp. 195-196
SECTION E, SCIENCE EDUCATION | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences |Section C, Physical Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences |Section F, Geography |In Memoriam | President's Address | Invited Address | Home
Teaching Geography to Slow Learners
Ernest McHugh; 34 (1953); pp. 199-200
The Alfalfa Field as a Study Area for Students in Entomology
F. A. Fenton; 34 (1953); pp. 201-202
SECTION F, GEOGRAPHY |Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geological Sciences |Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education |In Memoriam | President's Address | Invited Address | Home
Forest Industries of East Texas
Thomas G. Robinson; 34 (1953); pp. 205-207
Revegetation of Strip-Mined Areas in Oklahoma
Robert V. Garner; 34 (1953); pp. 208-209
Land Utilization Along the Rainy River
Don R. Roy; 34 (1953); pp. 210-211
The Formation of Cheese-Specialty Areas in the Mid-West
Gordon R. Lewthwaite; 34 (1953); pp. 212-214
Urban Study of Blanchard, Oklahoma
Bill Cox; 34 (1953); pp. 214-216
Distribution of Shopping Centers in a Planned City
William A. Finch, Jr.; 34 (1953); pp. 217-220
Influence of Planetary Configuration on Sunspots and Winter Temperature at Winnipeg and St. Louis
C. J. Bollinger; 34 (1953); pp. 220-225
Our Diminishing Water Supply
Edward E. Keso; 34 (1953); pp. 226-230
Transparent Globes and Hemispheres: New Scientific Tools - A Preliminary Report
David C. Winslow and Myrtle C. Schwarz; 34 (1953); pp. 230-232
The Mechanics of Cover Type Mapping
J. Lawrence Temple; 34 (1953); pp. 233-234
Status of the Foundry Industry in Oklahoma
Jarrell I. McCollum; 34 (1953); pp. 235-237
The Origin and Development of the Lone Star Iron and Steel Works
Arthur H. Doerr; 34 (1953); pp. 238-239
IN MEMORIAM | 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 | Invited Address | Home
B. D. Barclay - Botanist
H. D. Chase; 34 (1953); p. 243
John Willis Stovall - Vertebrate Paleontologist
Carl A. Moore; 34 (1953); pp. 243-244
James Taylor Richards - Geologist
O. F. Evans; 34 (1953); p. 244
The Academy Conference
A. O. Weese; 34 (1953); p. 247
Preparation of Manuscripts for Publication in the Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science
34 (1953); p. 247-248