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SCIENCE

NEW SERIES. VOLUME LIII.

JANUARY-JUNE, 1921

GARRISON, NEW YORK
THE SCIENCE PRESS

1921

THE NEW ERA PRINTING COMPANY, 41 NORTH QUEEN STREET,

LANCASTER, PA.

CONTENTS AND INDEX.

ARTHUR, J. C., Origin of Potato Rust, 228

Astronomical, Research, W. W. CAMPBELL, 116;

Observations, Printing of, 140; Soc. of Amer.,

J. STEBBINS, 193

Atmospheric Pollutions, A. MCADIE, 389
Aurora of May 14, 1921, F. SLOCUM, J. E. SMITH,

515
Auroras, Recent, E. THOMSON, 534

Acid, Base Equilibrium of the Blood, W. B. MC-

NIDER, 141; Production Bacterium, S. A. WAKS.

MAN, J. S. JOFFE, 216

Acoustic Pressure and Dilation, C. BARUS, 489

Aedes sollicitans, S. F. HILDEBRAND, 163

Age-computing Device, C. M. KELLEY, 518

Agricultural, Science, A. F. WOODS, 27; Journal,

Canadian, 182

Agriculture, Retiring Secretary of, Dinner in

Honor of, 207

Agronomy, Amer. Soc. of, P. E. BROWN, 344
Alaska Forests, Administration of, 86
ALLEE, W. C., Amer. Soc. of Zoologists, 97
ALLEN, R. F., Stem Rust in Kanred Wheat, 575
ALLEN, W. R., Expedition of Indiana University

to Peru, 371
Amazon, Expedition to the Upper Basin of the,

514

American Association for the Advancement of Sci-

ence: Chicago Meeting, 1; Report of the Treas-

urer, 167; Financial Report of the Permanent

Secretary, 169; Grants for Research, 281; Ex-

ecutive Committee, B. E. LIVINGSTON, 475; Re-

port of the Permanent Secretary, B. E. LIVING-

STON, 548; Vice-presidential Addresses: Agricul-

tural Science, A. F. Woods, 27; Organization

of Research, W. M. WHEELER, 3; Psychology

and Medicine, R. M. YERKES, 106; Anthro-

pology and our Nation, A. E. JENKS, 147;

Structural Failure of the Lithosphere, C. K.

LEITH, 196; Decade of American Mathematics,

0. D. KELLOGG, 541; Section A and Mathe-

matical Organizations, W. H. ROEVER, _A.

DRESDEN, W. D. CAIRNS, 342; Section' E-

Geology and Geography, R. T. CHAMBERLIN,

242; Section F-Zoology, H. V. NEAL, 76;

Section L, G. A. MILLER, 257; Section L-His-

tory of Science Sessions, F. E. BRASCH, 315;

Scientific Apparatus and, 494; Pacific Division,

W. W. SARGEANT, 464; Western Division, 48;

Organization Meeting at Pennsylvania State

College, 531; Museum of Natural History, 157,

158; Scientific Staff of the, 231

Ameboid Movement, L. LOEB, 261

Anästhetics, Giving, J. R. SLONAKER, 75

Anatomie Illustration, R. L. MOODIE, 259

ANDERSON, E. V., R. A. DUTCHER, C, H, ECKLES,

J. W. WILBUR, Cow's Milk, 446

Angell, Dr., Election of, as President of Yale

University, 184

Anthropological Publications of Canadian Arctic

Expedition, 86

Anthropology, Value of, A. E. JENKS, 147

Anthropometric Measurements, H. H. WILDER, 20

Apparatus, Duty on Scientific, 494

Archeological Specimens, W. K. MOOREHEAD, 213

BAKER, R. P., Musical Notation, 235

BANTA, A. M., Culture Medium for Daphnids, 557;

Eyeless Daphnid, 462

BARNETT, S. J., Électron Theory of Magnetism,

465

Barrows, A. L., Meeting of Committees on Con-

servation, 521

BARTON, S. G., Impossible (?) Stories, 364
BARUS, C., Adjustable Embouchure, 47; Acoustic

Pressure and Acoustic Dilation, 489
Bedell on The Airplane, L. S. Marks, 119
BERGMAN, H. F., Carbon Dioxide from Straw-

berries, 23

Bennett on Soils and Agriculture, W. B. COBB,

517

Bibliography, Question of, R. M. MACDONALD, 74

Biological, Science, Natural Areas and, B. MOORE,

73; Field Station of Cornell University, 159;

Survey of Washington, 252; Stains, H. J.

Conn, 289; Publications, Requests for, C. A.

KoFoid, 335; Station at Fairport, Iowa, R. E.

COKER, 447

Birds, Sound Location of, A. G. POHLMAN, 439
BIRGE, R. T., Relativity Shift of Spectrum Lines,

368
BISSELL, M. H., “Denudation,” “Erosion,”

Corrosion” and “Corrasion,412

BODINE, J. H., Stock Cultures of a Protozoon, 92

Botanical Soc. of Amer., Committee on Nomen-

clature, A, S. HITCHCOCK, 312

Botany, Some Economic Phases of, L. H. PAM-

Bottle drift, J. W. MAVOR, 187,

389

Bowdoin Medical School, 15

Bowman, H. H. M., Youngken's Pharmaceutical

Botany, 189

Brasch, F. E., History of Science Sessions, 315

BRIDGES, C. B., Fourth Chromosome of Droso.

phila Melanogaster, 308

BRIGHAM, W. T., Hawaiian Olona, 21

British, Association, 280; Edinburgh Meeting, 360;

Dyestuffs Corporation, 415

BRITTON, N. L., Flora of Northern S. Amer., 29

Brown, P. E., Amer. Soc. of Agronomy, 344

Bryozoa as Food for Other Animals, R. C. Os-

BURN, 451

BULL, A., High Frequency Oscillations, 43

Bumstead, Henry Andrews, Resolutions on Death

of, 70; R. A. MILLIKAN, 84

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Burnham, Sherburne Wesley, E. B. FROST, 373
BURNS, K., Star Diameters, 556

Cushing, Henry Platt, J. M. CLARKE, C. H.

SMYTH, JR., R. RUEDEMANN, 510

D., W. M., Landslide near Mont Blanc, 535

Daphnids, A. M. BANTA, 462, 557

DARLING, S. T., Hookworms in the Zoological

Regions, 323

Davis, W. M., Memoir of G. K, Gilbert, 139; Coral

Reefs of Tutuila, 559
DEAN, B., Isao Iijima, 356
DEMPSTER, A, J., Positive Ray Analysis of Lith-

ium, 363
“Denudation,' Erosion," “Corrosion and

"Corrasion,” M. H. BISSELL, 412

Dike, New, near Ithaca, N. Y., P. SHELDON, 20

Discussion and Correspondence, 20, 42, 73, 96, 116,

137, 163, 187, 211, 235, 257, 286, 304, 333, 363,

412, 437, 457, 484, 499, 515, 534, 556, 574

DODGE, R. E., Assoc. of Amer. Geog., 267

DOWELL, S. T., Peanut-fed Rabbits, 487

DOWNING, E. R., Scientific Basis of Science Teach-

ing, 256

DRESDEN, A., Amer. Math. Soc. at Chicago, 463
Drosophila, Fourth Chromosome of, C. C. LITTLE,

167; C. B. BRIDGES, 308
DU SHANE, C. P., Sidewalk Mirage, 236
DUTCHER, R. A., E. V. ANDERSON, C. H. ECKLES,

J. W. WILBUR, Cow's Milk, 446

CAJORI, F., Reply to Professor Horn, 139; His-

tory of Science and the Amer. Assoc., 163; Eu-

clid of Alexandria and Euclid of Megara, 414
California Acad. of Sci., 133
Calmette, Professor, on a Vaccine for Tubercu-

losis, 131
CAMPBELL, W. W., Astronomical Research in

Southeastern States, 116; Human Nature as a

Repeating Factor, 211; Extramundane Life, 457
Canadian Arctic Expedition, Anthropological Pub-

lications of, 86

Carbon Dioxide from Strawberries, 23

CARMICHAEL, R. D., National Temperament in

Scientific Investigations, 298
Carnegie, Trust for Scottish Universities, 279; In-

stitutes at Pittsburgh, 529
CASTLE, W. E., New Type of Inheritance, 339;

Genetics of the Chinchilla” Rabbit, 387
CATTELL, J. McK., Practical Psychology, 30;

American Men of Science, 118
Cayeux's Petrography of the Sedimentary Rocks,

M. I. GOLDMAN, 459

Cell, Mechanism of Injury and Recovery of the,

W. J. V. OSTERHOUT, 352

Challenger Expedition, New, 301

CHAMBERLIN, R. T., Section E-Geology and Ge-

ography, 242

Chemical Soc., Amer., 24, 49; C. L. PARSONS, 143,

217, 239, 263, 328, 504, 576; Cellulose Sec., 69

Chemicals for Research Work, 209

“Chinchilla" Rabbit, Genetics of the, W. E.

CASTLE, 387

Chromosomes of Conocephalum conicum, A. M.

SHOWALTER, 333

CLARK, A, H., Plankton Investigations, 327
CLARK, H. L., Extramundane Life, 457
CLARKE, J. M., Executive Committee on Natural

Resources, 550; C. H. SMYTH, JR., R. RUEDE-

MANN, Henry Platt Cushing, 510

CLELAND, H. F., Scientific Publications and Post-

offices, 180

Climatic Oscillations in Prehistoric Time, C. A.

REEDS, 22

Coal, World Production of, in 1920, 431

COBB, W. B., Bennett on the Soils and Agriculture

of the Southern States, 517

COKER, R. E., The Protection of Natural Resources,

295; Biological Station at Fairport, Iowa, 441

Conn, H. J., Biological Stains, 289
Conservation, of Game, H. B. WARD, 288; Confer-

ence, 406; Duty of Scientific Men in, H. S.

GRAVES, 505

Cook, M. T., Stevens on Diseases of Economic

Plants, 502

Copper in Animals and Plants, R. A, MUTTKOWSKI,

453

Coral Reefs of Tutuila, W. M. Davis, 559

CORNER, G. W., Ovarian Cycle of Swine, 420

Cort, W. W., Sex in Schistosomidæ, 226

Cross, W., Lance and Fort Union Formations, 304

Crows and Starlings, F. R. WELSH, 485

Culture Medium for Daphnids, A. M. BANTA, 557
Curie, Madame, Visit to America, 327, 381, 497,

509, 513

Einstein, Solar Field and Space of Six Dimen-

sions, E. KASNER, 238; Lectures by, 382
Elections by the National Academy of Sciences,

454
Electrification of Water and Osmotic Flow, J.

LOEB, 77

Elliot, Daniel Giraud, Award of Medal, H. F. Os-

BORN, 480

ELLIS, F. W., Subepithelial Glycogen Cells in Em-

bryo, 418
ELMORE, C. J., Rainbow by Moonlight, 415
Embouchure, Adjustable, C. BARUS, 47; A. G.

WEBSTER, 188

Engineering, Council, Amer., 17; D. S. KIMBALL,

399, 407; Exchange of Professors of, 482

Enzyme Reaction as exemplified by Pepsin Di-

gestion, J. N, NORTHRUP, 391
Equilibrium Functions of the Internal Ear, S. 8.

MAXWELL, 423
Euclid of Alexandria and Euclid of Megara, F.

CAJORI, 414

Eugenic Congress, International, 16

Executive Committee on Natural Resources, J. M.

CLARKE, 550

Extramundane Life, H. L. CLARK, 457; W. W.

CAMPBELL, 457; E. HAYES, 536

Federal Government, H. HOOVER, 397

FESSENDEN, R. A., Relativity and Estimates of

Star Diameters, 287

FIELD, R. M., Use of the Term “Fossil,'

"117

FISHER, W. J., Star Time Observations, 94; Mi-

rage at Sea, 236

Fishery Matters in Congress, 87

Flint, Professor, Resignation of, 253

Flora of Northern South America, N. L. BRITTON,

Food Research Institute at Stanford University,

209

29

History of Science, L. THORNDIKE, 122; Section of

Amer. Assoc., F. CAJORI, 163; F. E. Brasch,

315; L. C. KARPINSKI, 500

HITCHCOCK, A. S., Committee on Nomenclature

of the Botanical Soc, of Amer., 312

Hookworms in the Zoological Regions, S. T. DAR-

HOOTON, E. A., Hrdlička's Anthropometry, 417

HOOVER, H., Reorganization of the Work of the

Federal Government, 397

HORN, D. W., Romancing in Science, 44; Correc-

tion, 139

Horn, Professor, Reply to, F. CAJORI, 139
HOWARD, L. O., Leng on the Coleoptera of America

North of Mexico, 441
HOWE, C. S., John Nelson Stockwell, 35
HOWELL, W. H., Samuel James Meltzer, 99
Hrdlicka, A., Anthropometry, E. A. HOOTON, 417
Human Nature as à repeating Factor, W. W.

CAMPBELL, 211
Humphreys, W. J., The Physics of the Air, A, MC-

ADIE, 316
HUTTON, J. G., Soil Color Standards, 163

GAGER, C, S., German Surtaxes on Scientific Pub-

lications, 574

Galileo and Wood: A. G. WEBSTER, 212
Gammerus Limnæus Smith in a Saline Habitat,

R. A. GORTNER, J. A. HARRIS, 460
Geneticists interested in Agriculture, D. F. JONES,

429
Geographical, Association of America, R. E. DODGE,

267; Distribution of Hybrids, E. C. JEFFREY,

556
Geological, Expedition to China, 513; Survey Maps,

552
Geology, Commercial, World Atlas of, 229
German Surtaxes on Scientific Publications, C. S.

GAGER, 574

Gilbert, G. K., Memoir of, W. M. Davis, 139

GOLDMAN, M. I., Cayeux's Petrography of the

Sedimentary Rocks, 459

GORTNER, R. A., J. A. HARRIS, Gammerus Lim-

næus Smith in a Saline Habitat, 460

Grants from the Bache Fund, 483

GRAVES, H, S., Duty of Scientific Men in Conser-

vation, 505
GREENE, C. W., Amer. Physiological Soc., 395
GRIFFIN, F. L., Rainbow at Night, 236
Groth's Chemische Krystallographie, E. H. KRAUS,

486
Growth, High Temperature Record for, D. T. MAC-

DOUGAL, 370

GUBA, E, F., Dormant Lime Sulfur and the Apple

Blotch, 484

GUNTHORP, H., Pulsation of a Cat's Heart after

Death, 92
Gypsum Fellowships, 112

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HALL, I, C., Litmus in Bacteriology, 388
HALL, T, P., Musical Notation, 91
HANSEN, A. A., Our Disappearing Wild Plants, 178
Harpswell Laboratory, 569
HARRIS, J. A., R. A. GORTNER, Gammerus Lim-

næus Smith in a Saline Habitat, 460

HARVEY, E. N., Luminous Fish, 314

Hawaiian Olona, W. T. BRIGHAM, 21

HAYES, E., Extra-mundane Life, 536

Health of the Industrial Worker, R. A. SPAETH,

536

HECHT, S., Photochemistry of the Sensitivity of

Animals to Light, 347
Heckscher Fund Grants of Cornell University, 409
Helminthology and Parasitology, J. LEIDY, JR.,

75

Herter Lectureship, 329

HILDEBRAND, S. F., Aedes sollicitans, 163

Hill, R. T., Limestone Formations of the Cre-

taceous, 190

James, William, Letters of, E. L. THORNDIKE, 165

JEFFREY, E. C., Geographical Distribution of Hy-

brids, 556

Jellicoe on The Naval War, A. McADIE, 501
JENKS, A. E., Value of Anthropology, 147
JOFFE, J. S., S. A. WAKSMAN, Acid Production by

Bacterium, 216
JONES, D. F., Meeting of Geneticists interested in

Agriculture, 429
JONES, E. L., Surveying from the Air, 308
JOPSON, J. H., Dinner in Honor of Dr. Keen, 123
JORDAN, D. S., Franz Steindachner, 68; Publica-

tions of the Vienna Museum, 214
Jordan, D. S., and the National Museum, 113
K., G, F., E. T. W., Russian Geologists, 516
KARPINSKI, L. C., The Metric System, 156; Gli

Scienziati Italiani, A. Mieli, 237; Section of

the Amer. Assoc, on the History of Science, 500
KASNER, E., Einstein Solar Field and Space of

Six Dimensions, 238
KELLOGG, O. D., Decade of American Mathematics,

541

KELLOGG, V., Russian Scientific Men, 557

KELLY, C. M., Age-computing Device, 518

KEEN, W. W., Address, 124

Keen, W. W., Dinner in Honor of, J. H. JOPSON,

123

KENNEDY, C., Mange in White Rats, 364
KIMBALL, D. S., American Engineering Council,

399
Knipp's Singing Tube, F. R. WATSON, 393
KNOWLTON, F, H., Lance and Union Formations,

307

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