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  1. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 01
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses:
    The Advantages of a State Academy of Sceince (abstract); History of Former State Natural History Societies of Illinois; Anthropology; Botany; Chemistry; Geology; Physics; Zoology; Biotic Zones and Districts in Illinois (abstract); A Case of Phosphorescence as a Mating Adaptation (abstract); Some Problems Connected with the Coals of Illinois (abstract); Desirability of a Systematic Ecological Survey(abstract); A State Ecological Survey (abstract); A Virgin Prairie in Illinois (abstract); Occurrence of Oil and Gas in Eastern Illinos (abstract); Illinois Trees (abstract); Plant Pathology in Its Relation to Other Sciences (abstract); Relation of the State Academy to Natural History Survey of the Chicago Academy of Sciences (abstract); Farm Water Supply (abstract); Symposium on "The Atmosphere"; Recent Advance in Spectroscopy

  2. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 02
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses:
    Native Trees of Morgan County; Vegetational History of River Dune; Some Observations on Robin Nests; Cliff Flora of Jo Daviess County; Clay Seams in Number Five Coal Bed, Springfield; Hardness of illinois' Municipal Water Supplies; Electrolytic Separation of Metals; State Laboratory of Natural History and State Entomologist's Office; State Water Survey; State Highway Commission; Work of the State Geological Survey; Scientific Activities of State Natural History Museum; Introduction of the Toastmaster by President of Chamber of Commerce; Toastmaster's Remarks; Botany and Commerce; Science and Transportation; Illinois, With or Without Science; The Relations of Sciences to Each Other; Council Meeting, Chicago,November 1, 1909.

  3. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 03
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses, Reports:
    Secretary's Report; Treasurer's Report; Dr. Amos Willard French, In Memoriam; A Work Needing to be Done by the Academy; The Vegetational History of a Blowout (abstract); Recent Habitat Changes in the Illinois River (abstract); Preliminary Account of the Forest Successions on Isle Royale, Lake Superior (abstract); An Ecological Study of the Fish of a Small Stream; Relations of the Illinois Academy of Science to the State; The Chinese Problem; Report of the Committee on an Ecological Survey; Report of the Committee on Deep Drilling; The Relation of Pure and Applied Biology; The Relation of Pure and Applied Chemistry; The Relation of Pure and Applied Physics; The Relation of Pure and Applied Science in Education; The Relation of Pure and Applied Science in Secondary Education; The Passing of Our Game Birds; Further Studies on the Influence of Copious Water Drinking with Meals (abstract); Biology and Other Sciences as Applied by a Breeder; The Ecology of the Skokie Marsh Area with Special Reference to the Mollusca (abstract); Ecological Succession of Fish and Its Bearing on Fish Culture (abstract); Relic Dunes, a Life History; The Grand Tower (Onondaga) Formation of Illinois and Its Relation to the Jeffersonville Beds of Indiana; Observations on the Earthquake in the Upper Mississippi Valley, May 26, 1909; The Forest Association of Northwestern Illinois

  4. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 04
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses, Reports:
    Address of Welcome; Secretary's Report; Treasurer's Report; Report of Membership Committee; Report of Committee on Deep Drilling; Report of Committee to Influence Legislation to Restrict Collection of Bird Eggs; Report of Committee on Co-operation with Existing Nature-Study Agencies; Demonstration of the Use of Oxygen in Mine rescue Work; Address on the Metallic Colors of Insects; Address by the President; Symposium on Radioactivity; Address on the Relation of the Soil to Plants; Report of the Committee on Assistance of the Academy to High Schools in Science Teaching; Report of the committee on Ecological Survey; Report of the Committee to Influence Legislation in Favor of Increased Protection for Game Birds; Publication of the Academy Transactions by the State; Report of the Nomination Committee; The President's Address; Physical Properties of Radium; Radium from the Astronomical Point of View; Radiochemistry; Radioactivity and Geological Phenomena; The Biological Effect of Radium; Oil Investigations in Illinois; The Channahon and Essex Limestones in Illinois; The Eastward Extension of the Sweetland Creek Shale in illinois; An American Lepidostrobus (abstract); Post-glacial Life of Wilmette Bay, Glacial Lake Chicago; Evaporation and Plant Succession on the Sand Dunes of Lake Michigan; Seasonal Succession in Old Forest Ponds; Reproduction by Layering in the Balsam Fir and Other Conifers (abstract); Ecological Studies of the Prairie and Forest in Illinois (abstract); A Handbook for Students of Animal Ecology (outline); A Preliminary List of the Ants of Illinois; The Mollusca of Piatt, Champaign and Vermilion Counties, Illinois (abstract); The Occurrance of the Rare Alga Gloeotaenium in Illinois; Structure of the Adult Cycad Stem (abstract); Demonstration of the Movement of Water in Leaves (abstract); Present Condition of the State Museum of Natural History.

  5. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 05
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses, Reports:
    Address of Welcome; Reply, by President; Secretary's Report; Treasurer's Report; Membership Committee Report; State Museum Report; Committee to Influence Legislation to Restrict the Collection of Birds and Eggs to Institutions and Accredited Individuals; Committee to Arrange for the Editorship and Publication of a Series to Be Known as the State Academy Leaflets on High School Science; Memorial to Professor F. L. Charles; Address by President Noyes; Report of the Nominating Committee; Report of the Auditing Committee; Appointment of Committees; Report of Committee appointed to Investigate the Relations of the Pure and Applied Sciences in High Schools; Recommendations from the Council; The Electron Theory (The President's Address); Conservation of the Human Race; The Native Animal Resources of the State; Conservation of Our Forests; Conservation of Our Oil Resources; Conservation Ideals in the Improvement of Plants; The Structural Relations of the Oil Fields of Crawford and Lawrence Counties, Illinois; Geological Sequence in the Vicinity of La Salle as Revealed by Recent Drilling; Correlation of the Devonian System of the Rock Island Region; A Tufa Deposit Near Danville, Illinois; On the Earthquake of January 2nd, 1912, in the Upper Mississippi Valley; Notes on Sangamon County Limestones; Notes on the Forests of Ogle County, Illinois; Competition and General Relationships among the Subterranean Organs of Marsh Plants; The Range of Evaporation and Soil Moisture in the Oak-Hickory Forest Association of Illinois; Germination and Growth of the Cottonwood upon the Sand Dunes of Lake Michigan, Near Chicago; Recent Additions to the Catalog of Illinois Mollusca; Earthworms from Illinois; Relation of Pure and Applied Science in High Schools of Ordinary Type; Relation of Pure and Applied Science in the Agricultural High School; Fred Lemar Charles

  6. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 06
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses, Reports:
    Address of Welcome by Dean Burgess; Reply by President Crew; Secretary's Report; Treasurer's Report; Membership Committee's Report; President's Address; Address by Professor E. E. Barnard; Committee Reports; Resolution on Birth and Death Registration; Resolution Relating to High Schools; Report of Nominating Committee; Report on High School Leaflets; Report on Applied Science in High Schools; Report on Calendar Reform; Report on Ecological Survey; President's Address - An Italian Academician; Why Should Births and Deaths be Registered in Illinois; The Experience of the State of Illinois with the Shallow Well; The Control of Stream Pollution; Sanitary Aspect of Milk Supplies; Housing in Relation to Health; A Celestial Sphere in a Natural History Museum; Annotated List of the Algae of Eastern Illinois; The Sexton Creek Limestone in Illinois; A New Species of Marionina from Illinois; A Black-Crowned Night Heronry and Need of its Protection; Reproduction by Layering in the Black Spruce; Evaporation and Soil Moisture on the Prairies of Illinois; The Stratification of Atmospheric Humidity in the Forest; Distribution of the Fish in the Streams about Charleston, Illinois; The Disappearing Beaver; Practical Cloud Studies; The Stratigraphy of the Chester Group in Southern Illinois

  7. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 07
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Secretary's Report; Report of the Treasurer; Report of Committee on Conservation; Report of the Committee on Ecological Survey; President's Address: Investigations of Mineral Resources and Industries of the United States; Rigidity and Viscosity of the Earth and Behavior of Substances under Stress; International Phytogeographical Excursion; Recent Theories of Fertilization and Parthenogenesis; Movement Toward a Unified Science Course in Secondary Schools; An Analysis of Some Textbooks in Zoology; Progress of Secondary School Agriculture in Illinois; Resistance and Reaction of Fishes to Temperature; Evaporation and Soil Moisture in Forests and Cultivated Fields; Soil Moisture and Plant Succession; Further Notes on Post-glacial Biota of Glacial Lake Chicago; Physiological Agreement among the Animals of Animal Communities; Recent Views Concerning Electrical Conductance in Solutions; Cyclonic Distribution of Weather Elements for Davenport, Iowa; Water Supply of Evanston; Conditions Under Which the Vegetable Matter of the Illinois Coal Beds Accumulated

  8. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 08
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses, Reports:
    Report of Secretary; Report of Treasurer; Resolutions Concerning State Museum and State Academy; Report of Resolutions Committee; Report of Committee on an Ecological Survey of the State; Report on the Relation of Chemistry Courses to Applied Science of Modern High School; Address of Welcome; Response; Toastmaster's Address, The Philosophy of Science; The President's Address, The Relation of Academies of Science to the State; Abstract of Lecture, Volcanic Emanations; Recent Developments in Surgery; Outline of the Chemistry of Colloids; Significance of Colloidal Chemistry in Physiology; Examination of Drinking Water on Railway Trains; The Arsenic Content of Filter Alum Used by Illinois Water Purification Plants; The Longevity of Bacillus coli and Bacillus typhosus in Water; Manganese in Illinois Water Supplies; Comparison of Methods of Determining Dissolved Oxygen in Water and in Sewage; Recent Crustal Movements in the Eastern Part of the Great Lakes Region; The Loess in Illinois, its Age and Origin; Comparison of a Rocky Mountain Grassland with the Prairie of Illinois; Studies in Phyllosticta and Cercospora; Method of Prophesying the Life Duration of Seed; Peculiar Examples of Plant Distribution; The Grass Flora of Illinois; A Florida Smut, Ustilago sieglingiae in Illinois; What California is Doing in the Control of Injurious Insects; The Labium of the Nymphs of Zygoptera; Comparative Morphology of some Carabid Larvae; Some Adaptations for Respiration in Aquatic Hemiptera; Mouth Parts of the Blow Fly; Pupae of the Lepidopterus Family Sphingidae

  9. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 09
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses, Reports:
    Report of Secretary; Report of Treasurer; Report of Committee on Ecological Survey of State; Address of Welcome; Life and Work of John Ulric Nef; Stellar Photometry; The Determination of Stellar Distances; Purification of Sewage by Aeration in the Presence of Activated Sludge; Tests on the Comparative Friability of Illinois Coals and Their Practical Application; Photographing Flowers and Insects; A Laboratory Efficiency Test for Advanced Students in Chemistry; Science and Mathematics; The Correction of Echoes and Reverberation in the Auditorium at the University of Illinois; The Future of Popular Science; The Hospital and Its Field of Work for the General Scientist; Discussion of Dr. Bain's Paper; The Avoidable Loss of Life; The Composition and Origin of Monk's Mound; The First Generation Cross Between Two Strains of Corn Bred for High or Low Ear; Incomes of Dairy Farms; The Influence of the Amount of Ration and the Addition of a Nitrogenous Concentrate upon the Efficiency of Rations for Fattening Purposes; A Study of the Relative Reliability of Official Tests of Dairy Cows; The Influence of Utensils on the Germ Content of Milk; An Ecological Survey of the Vegetation of the Illinois Prairies, a Preliminary Report; Some Interesting Mushrooms of Champaign County; Peculiar Plant Distribution; Cytological Phenomena Connected with Spermatogenesis in Liverworts and Mosses; Two Leaf-fungi of Cyclamen; Determination of Atomic Weights of the Rare Earth Elements; A New Law Relating Ionization Pressure and Current in the Corona of Constant Potentials; The Supposed Effect of the Shape of the Container on the Volume of a Gas (abstract); Magnetic Permeabilities of 50,000; Some Structural Properties of Gypsum and of Reinforced Gypsum; Wind Stresses in Steel Skeleton Construction; Heat Transmission of Simple and Compound Walls, with Special Reference to Building Construction; Fatigue of Metals Under Repeated Stress; The Determination of V and E/M for Cathode Rays as a Laboratory Experiment in Physics; The Reflecting Power of Alkali Metals in Contact with Glass, As Determined by the Photo-Electric Cell (abstract); On the Initial Conditions of the Corona Discharge; A Wehnelt Cathode Ray Tube Magneto-Meter; Graphical Method of Determining the Average Inclination of a Land Surface from a Contour Map; Present Condition of the Oil Industry; The Variety of Physiographic Material in a Few Counties of Southern Illinois; The Present Status of the Dolomite Problem; The Genesis of Sedimentary Rocks, an Undeveloped Field in Geology (abstract); The Chloritic Material in the Ores of Southeastern Missouri (abstract); Lateral Erosion in the Upper Illinois Valley, by the Chicago Outlet (abstract); The New Richmond Sandstone of Northern Illinois (abstract); The Stratigraphy of the Kinderhook Group in Western Illinois and Missouri (abstract); Erosion Features of the Mesa Verde; Observations on Seasonal Distribution and Longevity of Some Acanthocephala from Fresh Water Hosts (abstract); Resistance and Reactions of Fishes to Poisonous Polluting Substances from the Manufacture of Illuminating Gas (abstract); Variation Induced in Brachiopods by Environmental Conditions (abstract); Transformations of Trichoptera; Function of the Epipharynx and Hypopharynx in the Diptera (abstract); Economic Importance of Diptera; The Egg Laying Habits of a Parasitic Dipteron, Pterodontia; Variation in the Gills of Zygoptera; The Principles of Subcutaneous Medication by Means of Bacteria and Bacterial Products; The Cause of Gastric Ulcer

  10. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 10
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses, Reports:
    Report of the Secretary; Report of the Treasurer; Report of the Librarian; Report of the Committee on Conservation of Wild Life; Report of the Committee on an Ecological Survey; President's Address: Producer, Distributor, Consumer; Earth Genesis; Public Health Problems; Infant Mortality as a Public Health Problem; The Prevention of Disease; Rural Sanitation; Relation of Public Water Supplies and Sewerage to Public Health; Cancer as a Public Health Problem; Safeguarding the Food and Water Supply-A Function of the State; Wireless Transmission of Messages in the Olden Time; The Purpose of Science Teaching at a University; Plant Ecology and its Relation to Agriculture; Contribution of the College to High School Science Teaching; The Content of a General Science Course; Collecting Snails in the Southwest; The Chestnut in Illinois; Dwarf Shore Floras; The Primrose Rocks of Illinois; Porto Rican Fungi, Old and New; The Occurrence of Alternaria in a Characteristic Apple Spot, and an Apple Rot Caused by Gliocladium Viride; Phyllachora as the Cause of a Disease of Corn, and a General Consideration of the Genus Phyllachora; Some New Porto Rican Fungi; Notes on Cephaleuros Virescens; The Thebes Sandstone and Orchard Creek Shale and their Faunas in Illinois; The Climatic History of Alaska from a New Viewpoint; The Physical History of the Upper Mississippi Valley during the Late Paleozoic (abstract); Visible Color Effects in a Positive Ray Tube Containing Helium (abstract); A Simple Demonstration Tube for Exhibiting the Mercury Hammer, Glow by Mercury Friction, and the Vaporization of Mercury at Reduced Pressures (abstract); An Improved Form of High Vacuum High Speed Mercury Vapor Air Pump (abstract); The Rate of Combustion of Some Illinois Coals; Indoor Humidity; Selection, Regression, and Parent-Progeny Correlation in Aphis Avenae Fab; Amphibians and Reptiles of the Charleston Region; Crane Town Destroyed; The Effect of Starvation on the Catalase Content of Tissues

  11. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 11
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses, Reports:
    Reports of Officers and Committees; Report of Secretary; Report of Treasurer; Report of Ecological Committee; The Role of Science in Modern Civilization; Science and Patriotism; The Study of Zoology as a Factor in Social and Economic Progress; The Need of a More General Knowledge of and Training in Botany; The Need of a More General Knowledge of and Training in Chemistry; Physics as a Factor in a Liberal Education; The Need of Earth Sciences in the Public Schools; Why Teach Agriculture in the Public Schools; Is the State Academy of Science Worth While; The Status of Biology in Illinois High Schools; The Reorganization of High School Science; The Relation of General Biology to Medicine and Dentistry for the People; A Definition of a State Museum; Precocity in Furcraea; Some Perched Dunes of Northern Lake Michigan and their Vegetation; Local Inclusions of Prairie Within Forest; Invasion of Forest Land by Prairie Along Railroads; Plant Succession on an Artificial Bare Area in Illinois; On the Foliar Transpiring Power of Tilia; Artificial Key to the Weed Seeds Found in Commercial Seeds in Illinois and Adjoining States; Geographical Variation of Notenigonus Crysolucas, An American Minnnow; The Molusca of Piatt, Champaign and Vermilion Counties of Illinois; Ecologically Annotated List of Species Class Pelecypoda; Some Bird Characteristics; The Prothonotary Warbler

  12. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 12
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses, Reports:
    Reports of Officers and Committees; Report of the Secretary; A Plan of Affiliation between the Illinois State Academy of Science and the State Museum; Report of the Treasurer; The Botanical Opportunity; Symposium on Science and Reconstruction; The Effects of the War on Science and the Opportunities and Responsibilities of Science under the New Order of Things; Zoology; The Problem of Food Production since the Armistice; Medicine and Public Health since the War; The Outlook for Geology and Geography; The Museum of Natural History of the University of Illinois; A Proposed New State Park; Current Tendencies in Science Education in the Secondary Schools; The Use of Central District Coals in Water-Gas Manufacture; The Illinois Pyrite Inventory, National Sulphur Situation in the Spring of 1918; Soil as a Limiting Factor of Forests in LaSalle County, Illinois; The Occurrence of a White Form of Tradescantia Virginica in Southern Illinois; Some Fungi that are Rare or have not Previously Been Reported from Illinois; The Jack Oak; Studies in the North American Opuntia; A Mussel Survey of the Upper Waters of the Vermilion River with Special Reference to the Salt Fork; Notes on Life Histories of Illinois Fish; Preliminary Survey of the Acanthocephalafrom Fishes of the Illinois River; Keys for the Separation of the Bremidae, or Bumblebees of Illinois, and other Notes; Bird Songs; Ecological Committee Report on Forestry Survey; The Forest Lands of Jo Daviess County; A Preliminary Report on the North Two Tiers of Sections in Niles Township, Cook County, Illinois; Ecological Survey of Forests in the Vicinity of Glencoe, Illinois; Preliminary Account of the Forests in Cumberland County, Illinois; The Forests of LaSalle County, Illinois; Strip Survey and Growth Studies in LaSalle County; The Forests of Vermilion County

  13. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 13
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    The Development of Smokeless Fuel from Illinois Coal; The Irwin Expedition about Cerro de Pasco and Lake Titicaca; Preserves of Natural Conditions; Gaining and Losing Power; Report on the Progress and Condition of the Illinois State Museum; Some Comments on the Present Status of Tuberculosis; A Statistical Study of Influenza in Illinois, Fiscal Year, July 1, 1918-June 30, 1919; Sanitary Districts in Illinois; A Possible Interpretation of the Syn-Chronous Flashing of Fireflies; The Cumulative Effects of Rotational Increments; Evidence that Catalase is the Enzyme in Animals and Plants, Principally Responsible for Oxidation; Cause of the Increase in the Respiratory Metabolism in the Fertilized Ovum; Sooty Blotch of Pomaceous Fruits; The Genus Septoria, Presented in Tabulation with Discussion; Progress in Barberry Eradication in Illinois During 1919; Forest Distribution at the Ends of the Lake Chicago Beaches; Distribution of Oaks on the Lake Chicago Bars in Evanston and New Trier Townships; Topographic Relief as a Factor in Plant Succession; Notes on the Distribution of the Oaks and the Buckeye in LaSalle County, Illinois; A Comparison of Soil Temperatures in Upland and Bottomland Forests; Physiological Life Histories of Terrestrial Animals and Modern Methods of Representing Climate; The Effect of Sewage and Other Pollution on Animal Life of Rivers and Streams; Sexual Dimorphism in the Acanthocephala; The Morphology of the Antorbital Process in the Urodeles; Cnidosporidia in the Vicinity of Urbana; Some Limiting Factors in the Use of Fungus Diseases for Combating Insect Pests; Notes on the Life-History of a Crane-fly of the Genus Geranomyia Haliday (Tipulidae Diptera); The Intercision of Pike River, near Kenosha, Wisconsin; Note of a New Indicator in Water Analysis; The Absorption of the Oxides of Nitrogen Formed in the Silent Discharge

  14. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 14
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Report of the Secretary; Treasurer's Report; Some Events in the Geological History of Southern Illinois; The Geography of the Ozarks; Undeveloped Resources of Southern Illinois; The Lore of the Southern Illinois Ozarks; Some Plants of the Bois Fort Indian Reservation and Vicinity in Minnesota; A Trip Among the Bird Islands of the Pacific Coast of Washington; Preliminary Report of the Bogs of Northern Illinois; Note on Juvenile Leaves in Thuja Occidentalis; A Preliminary Key to Some Forest Tree Roots; Forest Conditions in Alexander County, Illinois; Growth as Related to Specific Gravity and Size of Seed; A Metrical Study of a Thousand Moth Cocoons; The Agricultural Significance of the Tight Clay Subsoil of Southern Illinois; The Plant Ecology of the Rock River Woodlands of Ogle County, Illinois; New Species of Devonian Fossils from Western Illinois; Work of the Illinois State Geological Survey; The Glacial History of the Sangamon River Valley at Decatur and its Bearing on the Reservoir Project; The Effects of Faults and Dikes in the Saline County Coal Field; Stratigraphy of the Southern Half of the La Salle Anticline; The Relation of the Secondary School Teacher to the Research Worker; The Geographic Value of the Gallatin County Saline; Relationship of Dentistry and Medicine to the People's Welfare of the State, and Why; On the Teaching of Ear, Nose and Throat Disease; The Teacher in Relation to Communicable Diseases of School Children; Three Helpful Aids in the Diagnosis of Gall Bladder Disease; The Filterable Viruses; Axillary Gland Infections and Their Treatment; Education in the Therapeutics of Gray Matter; A Study of Acidity Curves in Stomach Contents; Practical Infant Conservation; Some Practical Projects in Teaching Physics; Northern Illinois State Teachers' College, DeKalb; Determination of the Vapor Pressure of Mercury by Means of the Knudsen Pressure Gauge; Thermal Conductivity of Concrete; Acoustical Design in Buildings; Note on the Characteristics of the New Singing Tube; A Wehnelt Cathode for the Emission of a Small, Compact and Permanent Beam of Electrons; Preliminary Note on the Electromagnetic Inductive Properties of a Cathode Ray Solenoid; Efficiency Tests of the New Cenco-Hyvac Oil Vacuum Pumps

  15. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 15
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Treasurer's Report; Production of Bound by the Application of Heat; Research in Applied Acoustics at the Wallace Clement Sabine Laboratory; The Atom of the Chemist; Stellar Evolution; Selecting and Encouraging Students of Superior Ability; Some Phenomena in a Dying Lake; Science versus Empiricism in Public Health Work; Stored Energy; The Museum, the Original Exponent of Visual Education; Notes on Hawaiian Botany with Special Reference to the Fungi; The Present Status of Paleobotany in Illinois; Notes on Illinois Mushrooms; New Species of Fungi from Illinois; Notes on New Diseases of Economic Crops in Illinois, 1919-1921; The Illinois Plant Disease Survey; The Habitat of Naturalized Common Barberry in Illinois; Contributions to the Flora of Cass. County, Illinois; The Introduced Weed Flora of Illinois; The European Starling in Illinois; Ecological Survey of the Fauna of Lake Knox; A Preliminary Report on the Vertical Distribution of Water Mites in Green Lake, Wisconsin; Advantages of River Canyons for Ecological Study; The Ecology of Rhus Toxicodendron; The Early Development of the Vertebral Column of the Alligator; Preparations of the Metals of the Rare Earth Group; Concentration of Radium from Carnotite Ores; Effect of X-Rays on the Resistance of Tin Foil; Industrial Chemical Research; Research Work as a Preparation for Teaching High School Science; Content of the High School Course in Chemistry; Melting Point, Latent Heat of Fusion and Solubility of Organic Compounds; The Effect of Alkali Vapors and other Gases at Various Pressures in Thermionic Detectors; The Infra-Red Absorption of some Oxides of Nitrogen; The Action of Light upon Arsenic Trisulfide Hydrosole; The Determination of "g"; A Method of Magnifying Small Angular Displacements; The Vapor Pressure and Heat of Vaporization of Non-Associated Liquids: Sound Proofing in Buildings; A Simple Device for the Analysis of Sound Waves; A 3000-Volt Lead Plate Shop-made Storage Battery, Its Construction and Charging Characteristics; Demonstration of the Wind in the Corona Discharge; The Adsorption of Hydrogen Ions by Charcoal; A Method of Determination of Dielectric Constants; The Effect of Short Electromagnetic Waves on a Beam of Cathode Rays; Effect of Lunar Gravity upon a Quartz Thread Balance; Illinois Coal as a Source of Smokeless Fuel; The Teaching of Geography in the High School; A Few Criticisms of the Illinois State Course of Study in Geography; The Hennepin Canal; Some Contrasts in the Geography of the Virginia Piedmont and the Illinois Plain; Coal Resources of Southern Illinois Counties just North of the Ozark Outlier; Possible Horizons for Oil and Gas in Northeastern Illinois; Man and .Topography in Southwestern Wisconsin; Fossil Flora of Braidwood, Illinois; Notes on the Waterloo Anticline; Description of a Boulder near the Southern Limit of Glaciation in Illinois; Pleistocene Mollusca from the Vicinity of Joliet, Illinois; Note on the Occurrence of Fusulinas in the Pennsylvania Rocks of Illinois; The Present Status of Hospital Standardization and its Value to the Public; Relation of the Hospital to the Community; The Application of Bacteriophage to Public Health; The Schick Test in Diphtheria and Toxin Antitoxin Immunization; Focal Infections from the Teeth; Study of the Effects of Radium and X-Ray Treatment of Myelogenous Leukemia; The Problem of Personality; The Validity of Arithmetical-Reasoning Tests; The Infusion of Bad Blood Into a Good Family; The Use and Interpretation of Coefficients of Correlation; The Intelligence Quotient, Its Accuracy as a Means of Classifying and Grading High School Students

  16. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 16
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Treasurer's Report ; Studying Mines with a Microscope; The Present Status of Evolution, the Botanists' View; The Zoologist's View of Evolution; The Paleontologist's View of Evolution; A Novel and Economic Method of Making Charts for Science Instruction; A State Forest Preserve; A Collecting Trip to Alaska and the Canadian Northwest; A Tundra Trip in Alaska; Practical Plant Protection; Mytilaspis Citricola and Other Scale Insects; Opportunities for Botanical Research in Central America; A Comparison of the Transpiration Rates of Corn and Certain Common Weeds; The Determination of the Age of Fishes from Scale Characteristics; Seedling Vascular Anatomy of Nelumbo Lutea; The Brain of Coenolestes Obscurus; Study of Egg Laying and Feeding Habits of Galerucella nymphaeae; The Anatomy of a Double Monster Pig; The Nasal Capsule in Natrix Cyclopion; The Nasal Capsule in Bufo Americanus; Some of the Factors Influencing the Distribution of Animal Parasites; The Shifting of the Mammalian Faunas, as shown by the Pleistocene Remains of Illinois; Testing Lamarck's Theory; Blooming Records of the Apple; An Ecological Survey and Flora of Lake Knox; Seasonal Changes in the Insect Population of an Illinois Forest; The Effect of Selection on the Length of Spine in Daphnia Longispina; Regeneration in Bryophyllum Crenatum; Barberry Eradication in Illinois; Growth Studies of Certain Bottomland Species in Southern Illinois; Bogs of Northern Illinois, II; Farm Woodlots in Illinois; Wood Consumption and Wood Production in Illinois and their Relation to the Future Prosperity of the State; Legumes as a Source of Nitrate for Farm Crops; A Summary of the Plant Disease Situation in 1922 with respect to the Crops of Illinois; Origin of Prairies in Illinois; The Problem of Cold Light; Standardized Tests; Photoelectric Effect of Caesium Vapor and a New Determination of h, The Universal Constant of Planck ; A Comparative Study of Soil Acidity Methods on Illinois Soils ; Penetration Tests in Wood-Preservation; A Carbon Film High Resistance; its Construction and Characteristics ; Some Aspects of Phosphorus Behavior in Soils ; Notes on the Quantum Theory and Relativity ; The Origin of the Cahokia Mounds; The Use of Molluscan Shells by the Cahokia Mound Builders; Fishing with a Hammer; Correlations of Well Drillings in Northern Illinois, with Out-croppings of Early Paleozic Beds in Wisconsin; Pleistocene Deposits in Lawrence County; The Use of the Microscope in the Study of Subsurface Stratigraphy; A College Course in Geography of Illinois; The Mineral Resources of the Region about LaSalle; Oil Production in Illinois; Timber Preservation, A Form of Forest Conservation; Marengo Cave, Marengo, Indiana; Lake Abram, Berea, Ohio; Essentials of a Safe Milk Supply in Cities of Five Thousand and Upward in Illinois; The Treatment of Leprosy; A Preliminary Report on a Sanitary Survey of Galesburg, Illinois; Heart Disease as a Public Health Problem; The Vital Capacity Determination; The Business of Scientific Curriculum Making in Secondary Education; Learning Capacity, An Important Factor in Employment Adjustment; The Self Analysis Device as an Aid in Guidance; The Ideal Aspect of Psychology; Further Developments Needed in Tests for Mental Measurement; A Radical Educationist in Early Illinois; On the Orientation of an Animal in a Problem Box

  17. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 17
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Treasurer's Report; Resolutions Presented at the Elgin Meeting; Plant Communities of Glacier National Park, Montana; Mental Hygiene as a Problem of Public Health; The Year's Progress in Public Health and Medicine; The American High School Versus the English Public School; The Glacial History of the Elgin Region; Plant Life in the Elgin Region; Some Radical Departures on the Teaching of Biology; Certain Differences between Text-book Earthworms and Real Earthworms; A New Mushroom; Presence of Living Organisms in Lake Ice; Some Southwestern Limits of Plants in Indiana, Illinois and Iowa, with Suggestions on the Significance of the Phenomena Observed; Some Outstanding Features of the Plant Disease Situation in Illinois During 1923; Some North and South Stream Valleys in Illinois and their Vegetation; Preliminary Checklist of the Vascular Plants of the Illinois State Park at Starved Rock, LaSalle County; Forest Preservation – The Patriot’s Duty; The Variation of Pitch of the New Singing Tube With Length; Positive Reactions of Halogens Attached to Carbons; A Simple Form of C. T. R. Wilson’s Alpha-Ray Apparatus; A note og the Effect of Temperature on the Transitions of Calcite to Aragonite; The Molecular Spectrum of Ammonia, Preliminary Report; A Study of the Effect of Metals in Contact with Solutions of Silver Halides in Various Solvents; Recent Developments in Photochemistry; A Laboratory Experiment for Testing the Efficiency of a Screw Jack; The Relation of Flue Gas Analysis to the Efficiency of the Oil Burner; Chemistry of Sewage Treatment; The Inter-Relation of the Sciences; The Aim in Teaching Foreign Geography; Stream Pollution, a Growing Menace to Water Supplies; Coal Balls Here and Abroad; Glacial Phenomena in the Vicinity of Carbondale; Outline of the Geology of the Oregon Quadrangle; Pot-holes and Certain Features of Glacial Abrasion; Some Questions in General and Petroleum Geology Which are Suggested by Oil Occurrences in Crawford County, Pennsylvanian Beds; The South American Indian, as a Geographic Study; Paleozoic Karst Topography; Agricultural Adjustments to the Natural Environment in Southeastern Minnesota during the Period of Bonanza Wheat Farming; The Cotton Industry of Southern Illinois; The Correlation of the Maquoketa and Richmond Rocks of Iowa and Illinois; Humanizing Medical Education; Remarks Upon the Treatment of Paresis; The Relation of Animal Diseases to Public Health; Mosquito and Malaria Control in Illinois; Practical Value of Full Time Health Officers; Some Comments on the Physical Findings in High School Graduates; Diseases and Fate of Twins; Allergy or Phenomena of Hypersensibility; Manufacturers' Interest in Preventive Medicine and Surgery; A New Principle Essential to Correct Speech in the Treatment of Complete Congenital Cleft Palate; Relation of Quickness of Learning and Retentiveness; The Ability of Men and Women to Judge Intelligence; Tactual Interpretation of Oral Speech; A Series of Studies on the Relative Value of Psychological Tests and Teachers' Judgments as a Basis for Measuring Pupil Mental Ability; Is Educational Research Yielding Appropriate Dividends?; The Organization of a Science Club; How Can We Humanize the General Science Course?; How Can We Humanize High School Science?, Biology; How Can We Humanize Physics?; How Can We Humanize High School Chemistry?; Making Science Teaching More Effective in Relation to Life

  18. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 18
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Treasurer's Report; Resolutions Presented at the Springfield Meeting; Addresses of Welcome, Springfield Meeting; Science and the Treatment of Human Ailments; The Science of Public Health, Actual and Potential Accomplishments; Attributes of the Human Organism; Graphical Representation of the Theory and Practice of X-Rays; The Mighty Amazon; Some Problems of the Weather Man; Insect Hazard to Illinois Field Crops; The Making of an Aerial Photographic Mosaic; Some Wild Men of Borneo; Interesting Results from Bird-Banding Activities; Biological Characters and Biological Products; Resistance of Earthworms to Soil Acidity; Lecture-Demonstration-Recitation-Technique in Biology Teaching; Notes on Nut Bearing Trees of Illinois; Outstanding Features of the Plant Disease Situation in Illinois during 1924; Lichens and Symbiosis; Phosphorus and the Early Maturity of Plants; The Significance of Fossil Footprints; Notes on the Habits of Rhinoncus pyrrhopus Boh; Opportunities for Field Study in the Chicago Area; Past and Present Interest in Illinois Trees; Three Alfalfa Diseases New to Illinois; The Fossil Flora of Northern Illinois; Some Interesting Southern Illinois Plants; Mistaken Notions of Scientific Phenomena as they now exist among Average Citizens; The Utilization of Farm Manure; Contributions to the Flora of Hancock County, Illinois; Chlorine for Colds; The Metric System for General Use; Yard Sticks of Stream Pollution; Some Problems of the Chemistry Teacher; Control of Successive Ionization by Collision in a Photo-electric Cell; Separation and Determination of the Alkali Metals, Using Perchloric Acid. I. The Solubility of the Perchlorates of the Alkali Metals in Mixed Organic Solvents; Separation and Determination of the Alkali Metals, Using Perchloric Acid. II. The Precise Estimation of the Insoluble Alkali Metal Perchlorates; Separation and Determination of the Alkali Metals, Using Perchloric Acid. III. Normal Butyl Alcohol and Ethyl Acetate as Mixed Solvents in the Separation and Determination of Potassium, Sodium and Lithium; Tartaric Acid from Coal Tar Benzene; Heat of Formation of Nitrogen Trichloride (abstract); Asymmetric Dyes and the Mechanism of Dyeing; Further Improvements in the Formation of Alpha-Ray Tracks by Simple Means; A Study of Colored Halites; Investigation of Antennae and of Radio Transmission by means of Models; The Preparation of Hydrogen Electrodes; The Variation of the Declination during the Solar Eclipse of January 24, 1925, at Urbana, Illinois; The Panama Gateway as Related to the Intercontinental Trade of South America; Will the Illinois Waterway Benefit the Illinois Coal Industry?; The Devonian Strata of the Alto Pass Quadrangle; The Character and Significance of the Basal Conglomerate of the Pennsylvanian System in Southern Illinois; Transition Beds Between the St. Peter Sandstone and the Platteville Limestone; Post-Chester, Pre-Pennsylvanian Faulting in the Alto Pass Area; A Prolific Coal Field; Some Features of Continental Glaciation; The Farm Creek Exposure near Peoria, Illinois, A Type Pleistocene Section; Comparison of the Devonian Rocks of Illinois and Missouri; The Oolite of the Ste. Genevieve Formation; Lantern Slide Examinations in Geology; Public Health Education in Retrospect; The Prevalence of Goiter in Illinois; Impressions on English Sewage Disposal Practice; A Demonstration on the Pollution of the Illinois River; Reclaiming Apparently Hopeless Chest Cases; Inertia Uteri (in a case of uterus bicornis) due to entire absence of Myometrium below the Fundus; The Results of the Application of Science in the Field of Medicine; What can the Schools do in the Recognition and Treatment of Incipient Mental Disorders and Criminal Tendencies during School Age?; Foreign Language as an Entrance Requirement at Northwestern University College of Liberal Arts; Phi Beta Kappa Students at Northwestern University, What They Bring and What They Take; A Plan for Extra Institutional Care of Feebleminded Girls; Relative Value of Different Types of Questions in Reading Tests; Variable Factors Encountered in the Rating of Students; Science Clubs in the High School; Making the Laboratory the Basis of High School Science; The Relation of Mental Imagery to Mental Age; Bird Study in High School Biology; One Influence of Out-of-School Activities in Determining the High School Physics Curriculum

  19. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 19
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Treasurer's Report; Resolutions Presented at the Harrisburg Meeting; The Making of Southern Illinois; Does Infant Welfare Work Operate to Preserve the Unfit?; The Origin of Man; Investigations of Agricultural Soils in Southern Illinois; The Naiad Fauna of the Rock River System: A Study of the Law of Stream Distribution; Some Illinois Ozark Ferns in Relation to Soil Acidity; Fowl Tuberculosis in Swine; The Plant Disease Situation in Illinois During 1925; A Biological Study of Fish Parasites from the Central States; Seasonal Occurrence of the Larger Fungi; Some Problems in Teaching Soil Fertility; Life History Studies of the Peach Borer in Southern Illinois; Some New Insect Galls; Collecting Water Mites in Cuba; Survey of Trees and Shrubs of Morgan County; Spotting Gum; A Diazo Compound Derived from Camphor with a Very High Optical Rotation; Band Spectra and the Structure of Molecules; Experiments on Mechanical Momentum and Centrifugal Force of Electrons; New Method for the Separation of Vanadium and Uranium Compounds; Optimum Reverberation in Auditoriums; Element 61; Comparative Perception of Physics by Boys and Girls; The Inter-Relation of Soils and Geology; Glacial Geology and Engineering in Illinois; The Areal Geology of Saline County; Tornadoes of March 18, 1925; The Fossil Flora of Harrisburg, Illinois; Silurian Rocks in Illinois; Elephas Primigenius Boreus Hay at Golconda, Illinois; The Geological Columnar Section at Monmouth, Illinois, as Revealed by the New Deep Wells; Life in a Coal Measure Mud Rock; A Field Map for a Geographic Study of an Urban Industrial Area; A Problem of Economic Readjustment to Geographic Factors; Is the Vaccination of Cattle Against Tuberculosis a Practical Possibility?; Milk Control in Illinois; The Control of the Sanitary Quality of a Municipal Milk Supply; B. Welchii in the Chicago Water Supply; Mosquito and Malaria Control in Illinois; The Layman in Public Health; Rural Teacher Training in the United States; Making the World Safe for Science; Some Changes in Methods of Teaching Science; The Job Analysis in Vocational Agriculture; A Successful Botanical Club; The Training of Teachers of General Science; Eye vs. Ear in Biology for High Schools

  20. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 20
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    On Popularizing Science; Geology of the Joliet District; The Genus Peperomia in Northeastern South America; The American Bithynia Not Wholly an Introduced Species; Growth of Diatoms in Relation to Dissolved Gases; Biology and Higher Education; Communities of Mushrooms; Humanizing Science Teaching.; A New Form of Ectotrophic Mycorhiza; The Venus-flytrap (Dionaea Muscipula Ellis); A Study of the Algae of a Freshwater Stream; The Flora of the Right of Way of the Illinois Central Railway: Wadhams to East Dubuque; The Effect of Vitamin (B) and (C) deficiency on the Mechanics of the Intestinal Tract; The Ligneous Flora of Richland County, Illinois; Modifications and Associated Structures of the First Three Vertebrae in the Buffalo Fish Ictiobus urus; What High School Students Eat; Marine Aquaria for High Schools and Colleges; The Coati; The Fairy Shrimps of Illinois; A Study of the Characters for the Identification of the Snakes of Illinois; A Preliminary Report on an Ecological Problem in the Illinois River Valley; The Starling; The Galls of the Chicago Area; The Fluorescence Microscope; The Separation of Old Ytterbium from Gadolinite; The Evolution of the Incandescent Lamp; Standardization of Acids with Carbonates and with Bicarbonates; A Modification of the Kjeldahl Nitrogen Procedure; Future Sources of Sulphur as Plant Food; Some Observations on Fuel Oils and Their Analyses; Progress in Science; Rice Growing in the Upper Mississippi Valley; Relative Humidity and Forest Fires; Stratified Indian Mounds in Will County; Pleistocene and Recent History of Alexis Quadrangle and Vicinity; Karst Topography and Sanitary Engineering at Alton, Illinois; Pre-Pennsylvanian Surface West of the Duquoin Anticline; Molluscan Life of the Loess Deposits of Illinois; Oil Prospecting in Western Illinois on the Basis of the Structure of Coal Beds; Multiple-Level Cirques; The Phosphate Rock Industry of Morocco; Rabies in Illinois; The Importance of Rest in the Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis; Ultraviolet Radiation and Living Processes; X-ray as a Remedy in Benign Diseases of Women: A Review of 455 Cases, covering 10 ½ years; Disease in Plants, A Comparison with Human Disease; Some Aspects of Chlorination Control in Chicago; The Role that Food Handlers Play in the Dissemination of Parasitic Infections; Migraine or Sick Headache, A Sensory Disturbance Due to Protein Sensitization or Idiosyncrasy; Diptheria Immunization; Methods of Precision in Modern Medicine; A Study in the Prediction of Scholarship; Social Work and Human Remaking; A Ritual and Other Devices for High School Science Clubs; Initiation Ceremony of The (Edisonian Science) Club; Outside Reading in Science in Secondary Schools; Equipment of the Biological Laboratory in a Small High School; A Thyroid Survey of the Schools of Decatur, Illinois

  21. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 21
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses, Reports:
    Concerning Certain Ecological Methods of the Illinois Natural History Survey; Our Changing Fauna; Atoxic Botulism Toxin (Botulism Toxoid, Botulism Anatoxin); Our Friends the Insects; Notes on the Food of the Paddlefish and the Plankton of Its Habitat; The Native Beeches in the Chicago Region; The Problem of the Unit Hereditary Factor or Gene; Some Phases of the European Corn Borer Control Problem; Ecologic Foliar Anatomy of Some Plants Common to Illinois and North Carolina; The Life History of the German Cockroach, Blattella germanica (L.); Revegetation After Logging and Burning in the Douglas Fir Region of Western Washington; The Mouthparts of Insects; An Economical Method of Handling Laboratory Material; The Influence of Yeast upon Intestinal Activity in the Rat (Isolated Segments); The Plants of Castle Rock: A Preliminary Report; The Morphology and Nature of a Prairie in Cook County Illinois; Some Notes on the Japanese Quince; A Method of Staining Microscopic Slides for Beginning Students; A Method of Preserving the Natural Color of a Fungus; Teaching of College Chemistry; Therapeutic Values in Some Rare Element Compounds; Report; Recent Progress in Illinium; The Status and Trends of Visual Aids in Science; The Spectra of Boron; High Vacuum Technique; The Hydrogen-ion Concentration of Bloomington Water, Normal water, and of Bloomington-Normal Sewage During the Present School Year; The Present Status of Science in Central Europe; Physics for the Pre-medic Student; An Arrangement of the Rotating Sector Disk; Distillation and Fractionation Processes Used in the Alcohol Industry; Electro-Chemistry Applied to Boilers for Corrosion Prevention; The Problem of the Mississippi; Geologic Interpretation of Anna City Well Pollution; Nebraskan Till in Fulton County, Illinois; Glacial Origin of Beaver Creek, Boone County; A Study of the Pleistocene Mollusca Collected in 1927 from Deposits in Fulton County, Illinois; On Some of Gurley's Unfigured Species of Carboniferous Bellerophon; The Silurian Faunas of Southeastern Missouri; Significance of Conglomerates in Interpreting the Mesozoic History of the Northern Rocky Mountains; A Primitive Industry in Southeastern Illinois; Anomalous Panama; Malaria as a Factor in Italian Environment; Agricultural Production in China; The Cleveland Industrial District of England: An Area of Specialized Industry, Iron and Steel; The Apple Industry of Calhoun County, Illinois; Basal Metabolic Tests as a Valuable Aid to the General Practitioner; Restoration of Function in the Mouth and Teeth as a Health Measure; Prevalence, Causes and Influences of Irregular Alignment of Teeth; Relation of Parasites to Man in Rural Communities; An Analysis of the High School Curricula of Seven Hundred Forty Three Students who Entered the College of Liberal Arts of Northwestern University in 1927; Overcoming Primary Reading Difficulties; The Effects of Practice on Individual Differences; The Relation of Failure in College Scholarship to Intelligence and to the Number of Hours of Work Carried; The Measuring Movement and the College Student in a Small College; Studying Personality by Life Histories: Business Girls and College Girls; The Place of Supervision in the Public Schools; The Essentials of a Successful Chemistry Club; Possibilities in High School Physiology; The Chemistry Club as a Factor in Vitalizing Chemistry; The Reaction of the Class of 1928 of Decatur High School to the Study of General Science in Junior High School

  22. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 22
    Papers, Symposia, Addresses, Reports:
    The Academy's Opportunities for Usefulness; Cultural Affinities and Differences in Illinois Archaeology; The Use of Animal Life by the Mound-building Indians of Illinois; Geology and the Indian Mounds; Methods of Determining Prehistoric Chronology.; The Fisher Mound and Village Site; Extract from the Report of the Chairman (Biology and Agriculture); The 1926-27 Floods and the Illinois River Valley Vegetation; Notes on the Algae of Cook County; Does High Temperature in a Frigid Country Limit Diversification of the Species?; A Study of the Pollution of the Big Muddy River System; Plant Anatomy as a Scientific Aid to Applied Design; Floral Teratology in Lilium, Datura, Lathyrus, Ribes, Hemerocallis, Hepatica, and Myosotis; A Preliminary Study of the Cestodes of the Spoonbill; The Hardiness of Soybeans Seed as Related to Seed Color; Witches' Brooms of the Chicago Area; Capillariasis of Chickens; Skeletal Adjustments in a Three-legged Chicken; How Broken Bones are Repaired in Nature; The Nature and Formation of Scale Insect Shells; Studies on the life History of the Blunt-nosed Minnow; The Molluscan Fauna of the Southern Part of Lake Michigan and its Relationship to Old Glacial Lake Chicago; The Cause and Some Effects of Soil Acidity; An Abnormality in the Urogenital System of Necturus; Notes on the Digestive and Reproductive Systems of the German Cockroach; Characteristics of Grape "Varieties Under Test at the Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station; Illinois Mosses; The Terrestrial Mollusks of Turkey Run State Park, Indiana; Morphological Comparisons of Coprinae, Aphodinae, and Geotru-pinae (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae); Trend of Succession in a Southern Bog; An Investigation of the Methods of Preparing and Mounting Insects for Permanent Preservation; The Distribution of Vitamin A in Some Corn Milling Products; Successions in the Alpine Region of British Columbia; Extract from the Report of the Chairman (Physics and Chemistry); Improved Methods in Gravity Determinations; Studies in Comparative Efficiencies of Rare Earth Separations; Fractionation of the Rare Earths by Electrolysis of Aqueous Solutions; Electrodeless Ring Discharge; The Loudness of Sound; Loss of Light in a Spectrophotometer; Teaching of Chemistry from the Factory Viewpoint; Preliminary Report of Research in Methods of Chemistry Teaching; Hydroxylamine as the Parent Substance of a System of Acids, Bases, and Salts; A Tonic for a Run-down Chemistry System; The Occurrence of Arsenic in Green Salad Vegetables; The Pedagogue and Industrial Chemical Research; Extract from the Report of the Chairman (Geology); A Review of Our Present Knowledge Concerning the Character and Distribution of the Pleistocene Aquatic Molluscan Life of Illinois; Shore Recession in Southeastern Wisconsin; The Tilden Meteorites; Cause and Prevention of Potential Rock-falls North of Savanna, Illinois; The Building of a Dam; Cusps on the Beach of Lake Michigan at Evanston, Illinois; Correlation of Illinois Coal Seams with European Horizons; A New Shale and Related Structure in the Chicago Area; On the Occurrence of Platycrinus in Pennsylvanian Strata of Western Indiana; The Scientific Search for Underground Water; The Geological History of the Macomb Region; Extract from the Report of the Chairman (Geography); Museum Aids to the Teacher of Geography; The British Coal Mining Industry; Pattern of Land Occupancy in the Mexican Laguna District; Irrigation, with Special Reference to Europe; A Method of Determining the Degree of Coincidence in Distribution of Agricultural Uses of Land with Slope-Soil-Drainage Complexes; The Manchester Ship Canal; Price Plans in Eastern Markets as Related to Natural Production of Milk; Extract from the Report of the Chairman (Medicine and Public Health); Decline of Death Rate of Pulmonary Tuberculosis; Public Health and Sewage Disposal; Epilepsy, Its Diet and Drug Relations; The Effect of Roentgen Rays of Definite Wave Lengths and "R" Units upon Normal Ovarian Tissue and Ova; Axial Duplications Produced in Lower Vertebrates by Early Exposure to Ultraviolet Radiation; An Apparatus for the Estimation of Surface Tension in Biological Fluids; How Progress in Science is Dependent upon Technical Measures and Manufacturers; A New Mechanical Device for Intestinal Surgery; The Rosenwald Industrial Museum; Extract from the Report of the Chairman (Psychology and Education); Opportunities in Science; On the Effect of Simultaneous Tactual-Visual Stimulation in Relation to the Interpretation of Speech; An Experimental Study of the Sleep of Athletes; What Shall the Supervisor Do?; Grading the Material of the Curriculum

  23. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 23
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Extract from the Report of the Secretary; Address of the Retiring President: Some Aspects of Human Society in the Light of Geologic Philosophy; Stream Pollution Problems; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); The Influence of Soil Treatment Upon the Quality of Winter Wheat; Grasses of Champaign County, Illinois; The Pine Embryo and the Embryos of Related Genera; Studies on Germination of Seeds of Native Herbaceous Plants of the Chicago Region; The Derivation of Color-schemes for Homes from a Study of Trees; A Study of Some Vegetable Rots Occurring in Evanston Markets; Influence of Nutritional Balance Upon the Development of Corn Plants; The Ligneous Flora of Lawrence County, Illinois; The Genus Hygrophorus in the Chicago Region; A Preliminary Study of the Epidermal Appendages of the Mallow Family; Some Factors Affecting the Distribution of Legume Nodule Bacteria in Illinois Soils; Aims and Purposes of Forestry Extension in Illinois; Sampling Soils for Analysis; An Ecological Study of the Forests of the Sangamon River Valley of Champaign County; The Effect of Certain Dyes on Plant Pathogenic Microorganisms; A Preliminary Vegetation Map of Illinois; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); Determination of Age in Fishes; Age and Growth Records on Fossil Fish Scales; Additional Notes on Animal Life Associated with the Mound Builders of Illinois; Illinois' Changing Insect Problems; Spermatozoan Dimorphism in Valvata tricarinata; A Note on the Antigenic Properties of a Pleomorphic Microorganism Isolated From Avian Laryngotracheitis; Stimulation of the Rate of Heart Beat in Some Lower Vertebrates (Frog and Fish) by Means of Ultraviolet "Point Radiation"; Preliminary Notes on Illinois Mound-builder Indian Skeletons; Some Atypical Vertebrate Blood Vessels; Insects That Bite Man; Variations in Sex Ratio and of Cross-over Percentages in a Series of Experiments Involving Three Sex-linked Factors in Drosophila; Variation in Fishes as a Function of Distance; The Present Condition of the Ornithological Collection in the Illinois State Museum; A Comparative Study of Certain Species of Fairy Shrimps Belonging to the Genus Eubranchipus; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics and Chemistry); A Method for the Estimation of Arsenic as Arsine in a Gaseous Mixture; A Classification of Compounds of Hydrogen and Nitrogen; The Electrodeposition of Metals from Solutions of Their Salts in Non-aqueous Solvents; Isomerism in Inorganic Chemistry; Some Studies in the Pinacol Series; The Magnetic Susceptibilities of Osmium, Iridium, and Platinum; Methods of Teaching Formula-writing; Magnetic Properties of the Palladium Metals and Some of Their Compounds; The Graduate Student and Cooperative Research; An Experimental Study of the High-frequency Resistance of Metallic Conductors; Reactions of Boron Trichloride; Recent Advances in Rare-earth Chemistry; A Peculiarity of Vision in Animals with Slit-like Pupils; Testing the Resolving Power of Two Slits with a Biprism; Acoustics of Lincoln Hall Theater; The Magnetic Properties of Rare-earth Metals; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); A Restudy of the Interglacial Molluscan Fauna of Toronto, Canada; The Relation of Geology to the Development of Illinois' Petroleum Industry; Caverns and Associated Features of the Valley of Virginia; The Origin of Copeland Lake Basin, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado; Geology for Everyone; A Geological History Chart Built of Rocks and Fossils; New Demands of Engineering on Geology in Illinois; Some Evidences of Incipient Stages of Lake Chicago; Channel Deposits of the Pleasantview Sandstone in Western Illinois; The Hydrology of Industrial and Municipal Water Supplies in Illinois; The Archaeology of the Chicago Area; Accelerated Slacking Tests of Some Illinois Coals; Notes on the Pennsylvanian Rocks of Jasper County, Illinois; Coal Ball Floras of Illinois; The Stratigraphy of the Middle Devonian of the Tennessee Basin; On the Geology of Champaign County; The Flotation Principle in Ore Formation; Siliceous Sponge Spicules of Pennsylvanian Age from Illinois and Indiana; The Chalk Cliffs of Dover; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Austria and Switzerland: Suggestive Similarities and Contrasts; The Red-top Production of Southeastern Illinois; Steel Comes to Hythe, Alberta; Mineral Fuel Production in Illinois; The Olive in California; The Agriculture of the Peace River Frontier; Cuba's Sugar Dilemma; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Medicine and Public Health); Correlating Instruction in the School of Nursing Education with the First Two Years of Science College Curriculum; Student Health Conditions: A Mirror of Childhood Environment and Medical Care; Early Diagnosis of Tuberculosis; Legislative Obstacles in Obtaining Adequate Medical Laws; Eleven Years' Experience with Toxin-antitoxin; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Psychology and Education); Algebra and the Low I. Q; The Relationship Between Physical Exercise and Learning Ability; Diagnostic "Value of Reaction Time Tests in the Athletic Coaching School; An Analysis of Responses Made in Four Narrow Mental Functions Involved in the Computation of Fractions; Collegiate Courses on High School Science Teaching; A Study of Discrete Reactions; Predicting the College Success of Students at the University of Chicago; Influence of Training on Ability to Summarize; Individual Differences in the Estimation of Temporal Intervals; The Role of Head Movements in the Localization of Sound

  24. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 24
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Research, Its Opportunities and Rewards; Chemical Messengers, A Special Consideration; Contributions of the Physical Sciences to Human Welfare; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); Frederick Brendel, the Pioneer Botanist of Peoria; Strategic Habitats and Communities in Illinois; Conservation of Illinois Areas of Botanical Value; The Relationship between Soil and Native Vegetation in Illinois; Plant Succession on Levees in the Illinois River Valley; A Practical Drier for Botanical Specimens; Life-forms of Illinois Plants; A List of Mosses from Vermilion County, Illinois; .Progress Report of the Watermelon Wilt Project in Illinois; Influence of Fertilizers upon the Reaction of Soils; Preliminary Report on the Paleo-ecology of a Wisconsin and an Illinois Bog; Some Observations on Lespedeza in Southern Illinois; Haplosporangium decipiens Thaxter and other Microfungi from Illinois; Antipodals in Zinnia; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); Pleistocene History of the Terrestrial Mollusca of Fulton County, Illinois; Carnivorous Moths and Butterflies; Observations on the Life History of a Fingernail Shell of the Genus Sphaerium (abstract); Use of Temperature Accumulations as an Index to the Time of Appearance of Certain Insect Pests During the Season; Present Status of the Classification of Immature Insects; Distinctive Skull Characters in Species of the Genus Ambystoma; Hernia in Necturus maculosus; Correlation of Host Plant and Color Pattern of Rhodobaenus tredecimpunctatus (Ill.) (Coleoptera, Rhyncophoridae); Statistical Analysis of Quantitative Collections as a Means of Interpreting Life Histories; Grape Colaspis as a Corn Pest in Illinois; Some observations on the hermaphrodite apparatus of Valvata tricarinata (Say); Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics and Chemistry); Non-aqueous Solvents as Media for Chemical Reactions; Recent Developments in the Application of X-Rays to Chemistry and Industry; A Comparison of Science Curricula in European and American Schools; Mode of Oxidation of Organic Acids; Chemical Research in Ice Manufacture; Influence of Local Industries on the Determination of the Chemistry Curriculum; The Determination of Methanol in the Presence of Ethyl Alcohol; Comparative Efficiency of Wehnelt Cathodes in Residual Air and Hydrogen; Electrodeless Ring Discharge - Magnetic, Inductive, and Centrifugal Action; An Experiment to Detect a Possible Effect of a Transverse Electric Field on Light; A Wedge-type Actinometer; Dry Weather Operation of a Sewage Treatment Plant; Classification of Research Problems on Dielectrics, with Special Reference to the Investigation of Cables and Condensers; An Efficient Hydrogen Sulfide Generator; Di-Isopropyl Ether as a Solvent in the Grignard Reaction; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); Review of America Coal Ball Studies; Some Plant Structures of Coal; Preliminary Microscopic Investigation of Illinois Coal; The Question of a Pennsylvanian Overlap in the Rock Island Region; The Magnetometer in Illinois; Landslides near Peoria; Pallial Sinuses of Composita Argentia; Some New Species of Corals from the Niagaran Strata of the Hudson Bay Region; A Study of the New Richmond Sandstone from two Localities in Wisconsin; Ruins and Pictographs in Nine Mile Canyon, Utah; The Pathology of the Prehistoric American Indians of the Illinois River Valley; A Plea for the Cahokia Mounds; The Largest Known Ostracod; Some New Species of Camarotoechia from the Bainbridge Limestone of Missouri; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Present Status of the Mississippi Problem; Settlement and Development of the Prairie Province of Illinois: An Interpretation of Geographic and Economic Conditions; Peripheral Items in the Argentine Pattern of Terrene Occupancy; The Responsibility of Environmental as Compared with Human Factors in the Decline of Iberia; Environmental Adjustments in the Valley of the Lower Rhone; Geographical Location as a Control in the New England Cotton Manufacturing Industry; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Medicine and Public Health); An Unusual Lesion in Porcine Brucelliasis; Relation of the Dog to Public Health; Clinical Observations on the Portal System in Large Consumers of Sugar; Use of Bacteriophage in Streptococcus Infections; X-Ray Observations on Sterility after Lipiodol Injections; Skin Diseases Among Students; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Psychology and Education); Health Subject Matter in the Natural Sciences; Tests of Athletic Ability; The Peril of Education through Experience; Use of the Probability Table in Eliminating Poor Students from Teachers' Colleges; A Summary of Experimental Investigations in Arithmetic; A Statistical Summary of Recent Experimental Studies of Learning and Memory; Symbolic Gestures in the Clinical Study of Personality; Psychology of Arithmetic in the Light of Recent Experimentation; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Economics); Economic History of the Illinois River Valley; Coordination of Rail, Water, and Motor Transportation; Electricity in the Illinois River Valley; Land Utilization in the Illinois River Valley; Some Problems in Flood Control; Pollution Studies of Illinois River; Illinois River Sanitation; A Few Remarks on Conservation in the Illinois River Valley; The Fishing Industry in Illinois River Valley

  25. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 25
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    The Coming of Man; National Forest Movement in Illinois; Twenty-five Years in the Illinois State Academy of Science; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Agriculture); Symposium: Recent Changes in Food Habits and their Causes; Recent Changes in Food Habits; Influences of Changes in Production on Consumer Food Habits; Influence of Consumption Upon Changed Food Habits; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Anthropology); Symposium: Illinois Pre-history; Field Methods Employed in Mississippi Valley Archaeology, with Special Reference to the Work in Illinois; Some Observations on the Antiquity of Man in Illinois; Local Types and the Regional Distribution of Pottery-bearing Cultures; Notes on the Archaeology of Jo Daviess County; Archaeology of the Rock River Valley; Archaeology of the Chicago area; Archaeology of Will County; Cultural Sequence in Fulton County, Illinois; Archaeological Remains in Adams County, Illinois; Mound Excavation in Jersey County, the Isringhausen Mound Group, Rosedale Township; Some Problems of Recent Cahokia Archaeology; Southern Illinois as a Focus for Primitive People Because of Geographic Factors; Alleged Siouian Sites in Southern Illinois; A Preliminary Survey of the Archaeology of the Wabash Valley; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); Structural and Metabolic After-effects of Soaking Seeds of Phaseolus vulgaris; The Classification of Coniferales; Some Observations on the Functions of Corn Tillers; The Small Fruit Variety Question in Illinois; An Evaluation of Bud Sports in the Apple; The Percentage and Persistence of Polyembryony in Certain Citrus Fruits; Ecology of Asomycetes of Chicago Region; Physiographic and Horticultural Ecology of the Beverly (Blue Island) Ridge; A Report of Mosses Collected from Coles and Crawford Counties, Illinois; A Contrast of Plant Habitats with Reference to Hydrogen-ion Concentration and Plant Distribution; Recent Studies of the Morphology of Plants from the Pennsylvanian of Illinois; Development and Differentiation of Tissues in the Stems of Grasses; Pleistocene Forests of Central Illinois; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Economics); A Balanced Revenue System; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Bloomington: An Urban Community; Coffee Plantation Items in the Brazilian Pattern of Terrene Occupance; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); Microfaunal Technique in the Study of Older Paleozoics; Some Problems of Engineering Geology in the Vicinity of Chicago; The Question of the Shoal Creek and Carlinville Limestones; Water Supplies in Lake County, Illinois; Plant Residues of Coal No. 6; The Lithology of Coal No. 6; New Research in Illinois Coal Balls; Origin of the Great Lakes Basins; Evolution of Pterotocrinus in the Eastern Interior Basin During the Chester Epoch; The Depositional Basin of the Springfield (No. 5) Coal in Northern Illinois; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Medicine and Public Health); The Place of Milk Sanitation in Safeguarding Public Health in Illinois; The Thermal Death Time of Brucella suis; Industrial Medicine as an Important Phase of Public Health; Water Supply and its Relation to Public Health in Chicago; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics and Chemistry); Chemical Sterilization of Public Water Supplies; Pure Air for Our Cities; Reactions in Solids; Recent Advances in the Chemistry of the Rare Earths; Colloidal Hydrous Beryllium Oxide; The Pinacol-Pinacolone Molecular Rearrangement; The "Flash" in the Afterglow of Argon with a Fixed Vacuum; Double-Crystal X-ray Spectrometry; Electron Focusing Properties of Crossed Electric and Magnetic Fields; Investigation of the Wehnelt Cathode Explosion; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Psychology and Education); Evolution of Collegiate Chemistry Curricula; The Factors that Affect Teaching Success; Influence of Social and Emotional Attitudes on the Mental Curve of Adolescents; Who Should Go To College?; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); The Variation and Distribution, Recent and Fossil, of the Land Snail Polygyra profunda Say, in Illinois

  26. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 26
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Advancement in the Science of Public Health; Medical Science, its Past, Present, and Future; Psychiatry in the Criminal Courts of Cook County; Memoirs: Ulysses Sherman Grant, John Paul Goode; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Agriculture); History of Soybean Development in the United States; Soybean Production in Illinois; Use of Soybeans as Human Food; Feeding of Soybeans to Livestock; Economic Bases for Present and Future Production of Soybeans in Illinois; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Anthropology); Suggestions for the Quantification of Pottery Studies in the Laboratory; A Classification of Cahokia Projectile Points; On the Investigation of the Second Powell Mound; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); Resistance of Fungus Spores to Low Temperatures; Scientific Botanical Design; Flower Variation in Zinnia; Conservation of Wild Flowers and Shrubs a Municipal Duty; Late Winter Injury to Some Common Trees and Shrubs; Materials for Developing the Technique- of Consumption for Foods; Anatomy of the Xylem Sciadopitys; Persistence of Subspecific Types of Xanthium in the Field; Grassland in the Floodplain of Illinois Rivers; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Chemistry); Lecture Table Demonstrations; The Magneto-Optic Method of Analysis; A Study of Boiler Waters in High Pressure Plants; Evaluating a High School Chemistry Course; Sirup from Jerusalem Artichokes; The Electrodialytical Process as a Method for Acidifying and Purifying Polysaccharide Solutions; How Important is the Time Factor in Examinations?; What Shall We Do About That Chapter on Photography?; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Economics); Competition of Appalachian Coals, Fuel Oil, Natural Gas and Other Fuels with Illinois Coal in the Illinois Coal Market Area; Economic Importance to the Illinois Coal Industry of the Mechanical Preparation of Coal; The Growth of Coal Shipments by Motor Truck into St. Louis and its Effect on the Transportation and Mining Industries; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Problems of Land Utilization in Antrim County, Michigan; The Apple Industry of Calhoun County; The Land Utilization of Towanda Township, McLean County, Illinois; A Chilean Vineyard; Extract from, the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); Some Pennsylvanian Limestones of the Carlinville Quadrangle, Illinois; Micrography of the Lead and Zinc Ores of the Upper Mississippi Valley; Origin and Economic Importance of Bedding-Plane Movements; Cleating in Coal; Subsurface Geology in the East St. Louis Region; Study of the Interval Between Coal No. 6 and the Shoal Creek Limestone; Our Present Knowledge of American Coal Ball Plants; The Chert of the Niagara Series of the Chicago Area; Pennsylvanian Rocks of Madison and St. Clair counties, Illinois; The Warsaw Formation; The Stratigraphic Position of the Hoing Sand; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics); Methods of Detection and Measurement of Ionization in Dielectrics; A Balanced Bridge for Testing Insulation; Comparative Study of the Effect of Discharges in Cables; Physics Books of Historical Interest in the Colleges of Illinois; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Psychology and Education); The Quality of Extension Work; The Unmeasured Values in Education; Relative Effectiveness of Different Review Intervals; A Psychological View of the Depression; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); A Concept of Species among Fishes; Biology in Human Behavior; Family Origins in a Southern Illinois Community; Albertus Magnus, Thirteenth Century Zoologist; The Molluscan Fauna of the Great River Valleys of Illinois; A Synonymic Catalog of the Reptiles and Amphibians of Illinois; A Study of the Pharyngeal Teeth in the Blunt Nosed Minnow; Shell Injuries of Land Mollusks; A Comparative Study of River Pool and Pond Communities with Special Reference to the Sphaeriids; Variations among Atypical Spermatozoa in Valvata tricarinatu; Instinct but a Response to the Law of Habit; Ambystoma talpoideum (Gray) in Illinois; Natural vs. Accidental Death in Different Habitats of the Snail Viviparus contectoides; Some Influences of Man on Biotic Communities; Beyond the Walls of the Mud-dauber's Nest; Notes on the Flight and Abundance of the Seed Corn Beetle Agonderus pallipes Fab; Codling Moth Hibernation in Banded Trees

  27. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 27
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Recent Developments in the Chemistry of the Rare Earth Group (Address of the Retiring President); The Significance of the Conservation of Land Resources; Classification of Illinois Lands; Soil Erosion Control Projects; Utilization of Illinois Lands for Forestry, Wild Life, and Recreation; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Anthropology); Archaeological Reconnaissance Work in Southern Illinois, 1933; Earliest Inhabitants of Illinois; Kingston (Illinois) Focus of the Mississippi Culture; Prehistoric Timetables; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); Barberry Eradication in Illinois; Some Bryophytes of Macon County, Illinois; Mosses from the Illinois Ozarks; New Methods in Paleobotanical Micro-Technique; The Effect of Ultra-Violet Light on the Fermenting Ability of Yeasts; A Stratigraphical Study of the Manito Swamp; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Chemistry); A New Aeration Process for the Preparation of Whipped Cream; The Occurrence of a Pectin Material in Artichoke Sirup; The Effect of Potassium Cyanide upon Amylase Activity; The Use of Ceric Sulfate for the Determination of Cuprous Oxide Obtained by the Action of Reducing Sugars on Fehling's Solution; A Few Suggestions on the Teaching of Fuels in Elementary Chemistry; Explosive Reaction of Perchloric Acid with Metallic Bismuth; The Technique of Microchemistry; Changes in the Hydration of the Serum Colloids as a General Feature of Disease; The Mechanism and Application of the Fries Isomerization; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Decatur, Illinois, A Study in Urban Geography; The Retarded Development of Alaska; Ten Points of Emphasis in the Geography of Illinois; Geography of the Tobacco Region of Southern Wisconsin; Items in the Haitian Pattern of Occupance; Pattern of the Port of Vancouver, British Columbia; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); Research on Paleozoic Formations in Virginia; A Four-Hundred Acre Lake Disappears; Glaciology of the Decatur Region; New American Plants from the Pennsylvanian Period as Preserved in Coal Balls; Effects of Barometric Pressure and Winds on the Level of Lake Michigan; Clay-veins in the Springfield (No. 5) Coal; The Port Byron Limestone and its Fauna; Structural Control of Ore Deposition in the Wisconsin-Illinois Lead-Zinc District; Ovoviviparous Reproduction of Miocene Turritellidae; The Integration of Sciences Required for a Logical Study of Coal; Boundaries of Pennsylvanian Cyclothems; The Subsurface Stratigraphy of the Decatur Region; The Subsurface Stratigraphy of the Devonian in Western Illinois; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics); A Compact Vacuum Gauge for Measuring Pressures Ranging from .2 mm. down to .0001 mm. of Mercury; Renewed Activity of Radium Bromide After Heating, as Revealed in a Wilson Expansion Chamber; Model of an Electric Cell, Simulating Ion and Electron Flow; Electron Diffraction and the Physics of Solids; The Flow of Liquids Through Submerged Orifices; The Present Crisis in Theoretical Physics; Notes on the Foucault Pendulum; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Psychology and Education); Relation of Scholarship during College Career to Success in Teaching Judged by Salary; Psychology and Juvenile Crime; Psychiatry and the Modern Child; Cultural Value of Courses in Psychology and Education; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); Entomophagous Parasitism Among the Beetles; The Automobile and Wild Life; Sexuality among Prosobranch Molluscs; Skeletal Modifications in River Catfishes of Illinois; Abnormalities in the Uterine Young of the Freshwater Snail Campeloma rufum; Thomas Say, Early American Zoologist of the Middle West; Biological Principles Underlying the Field of Education; Living vs. Dead; A Study of Characters for the Differentiation of Two Species of Minnows of the Genus Notropis; Seasonal Life History of a Snail of the Genus Fossaria; Bibliography of the Ecology of Illinois, Part 1

  28. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 28
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Some Problems in the Origin of the Mineral Veins (Address of the Retiring President); History and Forecast of Population of the State of Illinois; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Agriculture); Physiology of Seed Germination; Canada Thistles in Illinois; Effect of Seed Coat Injury on Germination, Vigor, and Yield of Corn; Purity of Illinois Seed Stocks as Revealed by Seed Analysis Studies; Sweet Clover Seed Production; Insects in Relation to Production of Red Clover Seed; Extract From the Report or the Section Chairman (Anthropology); A New Type of Burial Mound Near Quincy, Illinois; A Method of Restoration of Indian Mounds; Our Debt to the Indian; Bannerstones and Related Ceremonial Objects from Southern Illinois; Dental Pathology of Prehistoric Man at the Confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers; The Dryopithecus Tooth Pattern as a Racial Characteristic of the Mound Builders; Archaeology in Southern Illinois; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); Mosses from Apple River Canyon, Mississippi Palisades, and White Pine Forest State Parks; Germination of the Seed and Development of the Seedling of Calopogon pulchellus (SW.) R. BR; A Simple Apparatus for the Steam Method of Softening Woods for Microscopic Sections; Effects of Sulphur Deficiency on the Growth and Metabolism of the Soy Bean; A Preliminary Report of a Study of the Plants of Winnebago County, Illinois; Some Thoughts on Popularizing Botany; Size and Ornamentation of Some Modern and Fossil Lycopod Spores; Wild Life Sanctuaries; Collection of Fleshy Ascomycetes from East Central Illinois; Conservation of the Wild Flowers of Illinois; Some Effects of Fuel Oil on Plants; Some Paleozoic Gymnosperm Seeds and Their Evolution; Types of Pitting in Conifers; The Origin of Adventitious Roots from Leaf Cuttings of Saintpaulia ionantha Wendl; The Paleobotanical Significance of Plant Structure in Coal; Germination Behavior of the Rose Mallows; The Range Indicator Method in pH Determinations of Plant Tissues; The Status of the Southern Shortleaf Pine in the Ozark Region; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Chemistry); The Detection of Fortification or Adulteration of Meat Broth with Monosodium Glutamate; Reactions in Fused Pyridine Hydrochloride; Some Tests for Metal Ions Making Use of Organic Dyes; Some Physiological Responses to Vitamin E Feeding; An Inexpensive Ball Mill for General Use; Illinois Fluorspar as a Chemical Raw Material; Micro Methods in Qualitative Analysis; Onium Salts as Acids-Reactions of Ammonium Chloride at Higher Temperatures; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Economics); Occupational Changes in the Gainfully Employed Population of Illinois from 1870 to 1930 with Economic Consequences; The Future Population in the Agricultural Industry in the State of Illinois; Population Problems in Illinois Mining Communities; Industrial Opportunities in Illinois for the Absorption of a Growing Wage-Earning Population; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Palestine in Transformation; Surface Temperatures of the Gulf Stream and the Waters on its Margins; A Field Study of Bloomington-Normal; A Guatemalan Banana Farm; London and Paris: A Comparison of Their Locations; Industrial Survey of LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby; Corn Yield and Climate in Illinois; A Gazetteer of the Origin of Illinois Nomenclature; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); Some Recent Attempts to Correlate the Later Paleozoic of America and Europe; Spores Characteristic of Illinois Coal No. 6; Results Obtained by Chromic-Sulphuric Acid Etching of Illinois Coals; Geologic Dating of Time of Coalification; Possible Relations of Mineral Matter in Coal to the Time of Coalification; Status of the Carbon-ratio Theory in Illinois; Temperature During Coal Formation; Local Calorific Variations in Coal No. 6; Significance of Banded Ingredients in Coal; "Grassy Creek" Shale; Geological Setting of the Aurora Mastodon Remains; Mastodon and Other Finds at Aurora; The Bottom Sediments of Southern Lake Michigan; A New Medium for Teaching Geology in the Middle West; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Medicine and Public Health); Rickets: Its Cause, Effect, and Prevention; Studies in Milk Pasteurization; Implications of Vibro-Tactile Phenomena; Results of Examining Pasteurized and Unpasteurized Milk for Brucella abortus; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics); A Convenient Chart for Correcting Barometer Readings; On Growing Bismuth Single Crystals; The Atomic Beam as a Spectroscopic Source; An appraisal of the Definitive System of Units; Ripple Tank Experiments; Rotating Magnetic Fields; A Polyphase Electric Gun; Some Topics in Physiological Mechanics; The Temperature of the Gas in an Interrupted Carbon Arc; A Modified Form of Fabry-Perot Interferometer; An Easily Constructed Oxygen Liquifier; Design of Some Elementary Physics Laboratory Apparatus; Protection of Multiple-Scale Voltmeters in the Laboratory; Models of Thermodynamic Surfaces; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); Dental Variations of the Dog; Rearing Codling Moth Larvae for Testing Insecticides; The Bionomics of the Ladybeetles; The Occurrence of the American Eagle Along the Ohio River in Illinois; The Effect of X-rays on the Incubation Period, Sexual Development, Egg-laying Capacity and Brooding Tendencies in White and Brown Leghorn Chickens; Sex Conditions in a Japanese Valvata; Annular Rings in the Long Bones of Turtles and Their Correlation with Size; Modifications Induced in the Plumage of Passer domesticus (Linnaeus) by Experimental Hyperthyroidism; Visual Cells of a Nocturnal Animal; An Illinois Marsh Willow Sawfly (Amauronenatus lineatus); Some Interesting Pre-Linnean Names; The Destruction of Bird Life by Hail; A New Species of Zanchlophorus from CryptoVranchus alleganiensis

  29. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 29
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    The Mucous Membrane of the Nose (Address of the Retiring President); The Endocrine Glands; Extract From the Report of the Secretary (Agriculture); Preliminary Studies in milk; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Anthropology); Evidences of Woodland Culture at Mossville; Archeology of Western Kentucky; Preliminary Factors in the Use of Tree Rings to Date Mounds of the Mississippi Valley; Indian Camp Sites Along the Mackinaw River Near State Route 51; Evolution of Banner-stones; The Teeth and Bones of the Mound Builders as Related to Their Diet; Archeological Survey of Peoria County; An Interesting Anthropological Find From the Lake Michigan Region; The Evolution of the Mouth; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); Influence of Certain Organic Substances Upon the Growth Behavior of Excised Root Tips; Sample-plot Statistics in University Woods; Floral Zones in the Mountains of Southern Mexico; Was There an Outbreak of Bacterial Wilt of Corn in Central Illinois in 1891 and 1892?; An Interesting Preservation of Color in the Algae and Certain Fungi; Reduction in the Number of Trees in Maturing Pine Forest; Barrens Vegetation in Illinois; A Comparative Study of Bogs on Cary and Tazewell Drift; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Chemistry); Some Interesting Methods of Balancing Oxidation-reduction Equations; Chemistry in Highway Construction; Some Anomalous Properties of Organic Fluorine Compounds; Corrosion Characteristics of SiO2-Al2-O3-CaO-MgO Glasses; The Natural Chemical Resources of Southern Illinois; Titanium-Hydrogen Peroxide Compounds; Present and Future Energy Sources; Some Remarks on the Coal Testing Laboratory as Related to Modern Coal Industry; Acid Catalysis in Liquid Ammonia; Demonstration of Cold Light; Effects on Corn and Wheat Starch Gels Produced by Pretreating the Starches with Freezing or With Chemical Reagents; Putting Thrills into Laboratory Experiments; The Position of Organic Chemistry in a General Chemistry Course; Photography as a High School and College Course; Presentation, Correlation and Demonstration in Laboratory Work; The Place of Projects in High School Chemistry; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Exceptional Weather of Recent Years; Geographic Aspects of the Fruit Industry of Illinois; Geographic Aspects of Meat Production in Illinois; An Atlas of the Geography of Illinois; The Relation of Dams and Reservoirs to Water Supply of Southern California; Some Problems of Egyptian Agriculture; Alaska-Yukon: Unique Adjustments, Yet Unsung; Some Aspects of Geography of the Foochow Basin; Santa Marta, the Banana Port of South America; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); The Classification of Illinois Coals under the Operation of the Guffey Bill; The Separation and Concentration of Vitrain, Clarain, and Fusain in Illinois Coals; A Collecting Trip into the Jurassic of Southern Mexico in 1935; The Occurrence of Coal Balls in No. 6 Coal Bed at Nashville, Illinois; Preservation of Plant Material in Coal Balls from Nashville, Illinois; Petrology of Marine Sediments off the Mid-Atlantic Coast; The Contact Between the Glenwood and Platteville Formations; A Study of a Remarkable Meteor; The Economic Utilization of the Burlington Limestone in the Quincy Region; The Glacial History of the Quincy, Illinois, Region; A New Means of Demonstrating Optical Figures; New Nepheline Syenites From French River Canyon, Ontario; A Pleistocene Bog Deposit and its Fossil Fauna; Volcanic Phenomena in the Craters of the Moon, Idaho; Progress of Geologic Mapping of Illinois, 1839-1936; Extract From the Report of the Secretary (Medicine and Pubic Health); Recent Research in Vibro-tactile Sensitivity; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics); Electrical Discharge Phenomena in Insulation Under High Continuous Potentials; A Cold Cathode Rectifier (Demonstration); Origin of Positive Rays in Cathode Ray Discharge Tubes having Hollow Cathodes (Demonstration); A Convenient Method for Measuring the Speed of a Gyroscope; Heat Insulation; Electronic Transient Visualizers; Does the Crystal Structure of Solid Single Crystal Bismuth Exist after the Bismuth Crystal is Melted?; A Laboratory Switchboard of Low Cost; Flexural Vibrations of Piezoelectric Quartz Bars; Merits of a National Radio Fraternity in a Non-technical College; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Psychology and Education); Problems Connected with Administration and Supervision of Special Schools and Classes; Preparing the Adolescent Mind for Living; Motivated Remedial Reading in the High School; Contributions of Physical Education to Adolescence; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); Remains of Animal Life From the Kingston Kitchen Midden Site Near Peoria, Illinois; Notes on Stephanoprora polycestus (Dietz) from the American Crow; The Illinois Species of Brachymeria (Hymenoptera, Chalcididae); Descriptions of Two Larval Nematodes of Family Camallanidae Found in Damselfly Naiads (Enallagma sp.); Effect of Winter Temperatures of 1935-1936 on Some of the Common Illinois Insects; Studies on the Lymnaeid Snail Fossaria parva (Lea) -Part I: Winter Habits; The Nearctic Sawflies of the Genus Fenusa (Hymenoptera, Tenthredinidae); Notes on the European Starling in Illinois

  30. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 30
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Evolution of Sex in the Mollusca (Address of the Retiring President); The 1937 Flood in Southern Illinois; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Agriculture); Evening Schools for Adult Farmers; The Art and the Science of Agriculture; Comparative Productiveness of Some Twelve Varieties of Tomatoes on Fertile Prairie Soils; Tazewell County Industries as a Market for Farm Products; The Rise of Hybrid Corn; Experimental Test with Vegetable Soybeans; Pasture Demonstration Studies; The Part Time School and the Community; Natural Increase in the Population, Rural and Urban, in Illinois, 1930; Agriculture for All Rural Schools; Some Proposed Curriculum Changes in Vocational Agriculture; The Influence of the Chemical Composition of Soils Upon the Maintenance of the Turf on Lawns and Golf Courses; Adult Education in Agriculture; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Anthropology); Artifacts Typical to Winnebago County; Stone Artifacts of North American Indians; A Red Ochre Mound in Fulton County; Recent Excavations at King Mounds, Wickliffe, Kentucky; An Archaeological Reconnaissance in Southern Kentucky; Ornamental Uses of the So-called Banner Stones; Various Types of Kingston Site Burials; Monolithic Axes; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); Tiny Toadstools on Crop Plants in Illinois; Regions of Growth in Hypocotyls; Elementary Botany at Northwestern University; A Comparative Study of Certain Fungi; Botany in a Small High School with Access to the Country; Effects of Heat and Cold on Enzymic Activity in Bulbs and Corms; Elementary Botany at the University of Illinois; Illinois Liverworts; Medical Students' Background in Biology; A New Method for the Quantitative Measurement of Gases; Botany in the Program for a Summer Camp; Germination of Pollen Grains for Class Use; Forest Conservation in the Ohio Valley; Testing for Organizing Ability in Biology; Forests of the Yarmouth and Sangamon Interglacial Periods; Two New Lycopod Seeds From the Illinois Pennsylvanian; Preservation of Fungi in Ancient Wood; Chromosome Numbers of Amaranthaceae; Humidity Variations Affecting Transpiration; Teaching of General Botany in Liberal Arts Colleges for Women; Spore Germination and Thallus Development in Porella; Nature Education in Parks; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Chemistry); The Place of X-Ray Diffraction in Clay Mineralogy; Pyrethrum Growth in Illinois; An Albino Rat Demonstration of Mineral and Vitamin Deficiencies in a Common Human Diet; Synthetic Cryolite; Properties of Heated Coal; Fractional Distillation; A New Method for Starting Thermite Reactions; Methods for Determining Fluorine; Demonstrations of Electrolysis by Optical Projection; Silicate and Related Systems Involving Chemical Components of Illinois Sedimentary Rocks; Chemiluminescence-Oxidation of Pyrogallic Acid; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Reforestation in Southern Illinois; An Inland Inundation; Land Tenure in the Llanos of Venezuela; Major Elements in the Geography of Puerto Rico; Colfax, A Corn Belt Village Trading Center; The Geography of Strathallan, Scotland; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); Physiography and Surficial Geology of the Carlinville Quadrangle; Stratigraphy and Pre-glacial Topography of the DeKalb and Sycamore Quadrangles; The Recent Impetus to Oil Prospecting in Illinois; Engineering Aspects of the Geology of the Vienna City Reservoir; An Exhumed Ordovician Hill Near Joliet; Pre-Cambrian Rocks of Central Colorado: Their Correlation by Means of Heavy Mineral Analyses; Identification Key for Illinois Plant Fossils; The Geology and Groundwater Resources of Bedrock at Rockford; Preliminary Study of Lake Michigan Sediments at Evanston, Illinois; The Pre-glacial Rock River Valley as a Source of Groundwater for Rockford; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics); A Study of Crookes Dark Space; A List of Demonstration Experiments in Physics Suitable for Lecture Table Use; Applications of the Photo-Electric Cell in Astronomy; Physics and Human Welfare; An Experiment in Ultrasonics; Some Focal Plane Shutter Distortions; A Demonstration of Color Fatigue of the Eye; Physics, A Service Course; Molecular Spectra of the Alkali Hydrides; Micro-Photographs of Single Crystals of Dilute Solid Solutions in Zinc; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Psychology and Education); Teaching of Community Civics Through Areas of Interest; The High School as Viewed by Some of Its Recent Graduates; Suggestive Data Concerning the Etiology of Behavior Problems; Personnel Methods and the High School Student; The Use of Supervised Study in High School Biology; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); The Migration and Distribution of the Great Blue Heron in Illinois; The Changing Status of Birds as Regards Their Abundance; A Scientific Experiment to Increase the Bluebird Population; A Key to the Adult Salamanders of Illinois; Studies on the Lymnaeid Snail: Fossaria Parva (Lea), Part II; Lapland Longspurs in Illinois; Hybrid Crosses in Sunfishes; Notes on Ectoprastic Trematodes of Fishes; A Suggested Change in High School Laboratory Time; Derbid Field-Days; Another Occurrence of a Fresh Water Medusa

  31. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 31
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Geological Records of a Rhythmic Nature (Address of the Retiring President); Our Exhaustible Resources of Minerals - What Should Be the Aims of a Conservation Program?; Advances in the Natural Renewable Resources Program of Illinois; Extract From the Report of the Section Chairman (Agriculture); The-trailing wild bean in southern Illinois; Changes in size of rural families in Illinois; Manganese as a factor in the fertility of southern Illinois soils; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Anthropology); Lower Mississippi traits in the Middle Phase in Illinois; The making of an arrowhead; Evidence of early Woodland culture at Chalk Bluff Rock Shelter; Bluff shelters of Union County; Religious beliefs of prehistoric man of North America; Hopewell traits in certain bluff mounds of Fulton County; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); Ecological aspects of host, specialization in fungi; Verticilliuim albo-atrum, cosmopolitan tree parasite; Diplodia ear rot in Illinois cornfields; The production of roots by cuttings of annual plants under the influence of indole-butyric acid; Forest distribution, in Crawford County, Illinois; Bark growth in tropical trees; Growth rings of the oak as related to precipitation in Illinois; Comparative anatomy and angiosperm in phylogeny; A new cycadophyte and its relatives; A List of the lichens from Hardin County, Illinois; Basicladia in Illinois; Recent collections of Illinois Liverworts; College grades in the biological sciences as related to secondary school training; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Chemistry); Audio-visual aids in Chemistry at the secondary level; Modernizing the beginning course in Chemistry; Laboratory experiments for an introductory course in Organic Chemistry; The amnionolysis of butyl halides; Four years of the Physical Science survey course - an appraisal; Some concepts of the .relationship between the chemical compositions and structures of clay minerals; The mono-nitration of benzotrifluoride; Progress in the analysis of the rare earth group; Research environment; Modern Gasoline Refining; Amnionolyzed epinephrine conjugates and their pressor action in dogs; Structural and chemical similarities of hydrogen peroxide, hydroxylamine and hydrazine; Sulfamic acid and its derivatives; Inorganic salts in biochemistry; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Some geographic aspects of, soil erosion in Illinois; The lake district of northeastern Illinois and southeastern Wisconsin; The Muskingum climatic study; Municipal water supplies of Illinois; Oil shale and the petroleum problem; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); The new Centralia oil field; Rotary drilling in Illinois; Resins and waxes in Colorado coals; A list of coal ball plants from Calhoun, Richland County, Illinois; Discovery of sphalerite and galena near Millbrook, Kendall County, Illinois; Subsurface stratigraphy of Pennsylvanian formations associated with Coal No. 6 in the region of Centralia, Illinois; Coal balls as an index to the constitution of coal; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics); The use of the conventional saw-tooth oscillator to generate steep wave front impulses; Activities of the amateur radio station W9UIH during the 1937 Ohio River flood; Fluorescence and photochemistry of diacetyl; A thermoelectric method of measuring osmotic pressures; Visual, lecture table methods for judging the degree of exhaustion of a vacuum tube; Report on the "Flash" in argon bulb prepared in 1931; Optical rotatory power of organic solutions in an electric field; Trigger Circuits; Secondary images from spherical mirrors; The scattering of 2.6 Mev neutrons by heavy hydrogen nuclei; Single crystals of dilute solid solutions of iron in zinc; One of the problems of the air-conditioning engineer; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Psychology and Education); Reading difficulties of college freshmen; A new approach to high school science teaching; Integration of subject matter and educational rigor; The effect of incidental factors on threshold measurements; A preliminary investigation of the types of examination which provide the most satisfactory basis for giving grades; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); Some otoliths of Illinois fishes; A statistical approach to the problem of acid secretion by the gastric glands; X-rays as causative factors of sex reversal in the developing chick; Differential modification of embryonic development of organs in twins and double monsters of salt-water minnows; On the path of the firefly while periodically flashing; An anomaly of the venous system in a cat, showing paired superior and inferior vena cavae; A report on the earwig Doru aculeotum aculeatum (Scudder), from a marsh in northern Illinois

  32. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 32
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Interglacial and postglacial vegetation of Illinois; Plant growth and growth hormones; State forestry in Illinois; Some new exhibits and undertakings of the Illinois State Museum; Extract From the Report or the Section Chairman (Agriculture); Azotobaeter flora, of the Morrow plots; A taxonomic study of some bacteria found in ice cream; Hybrid corn stabilizes corn yields; Insect abundance around wild life area; Improvement in agriculture through the assistance of vocational-agriculture instructors; Vagaries of some Illinois soils; Does it pay to make an individual ear test of hybrid corn?; Residual benefits resulting from activities in connection with agricultural adjustment programs; Relationship in soils of total nitrogen, total replaceable bases and productivity; Effects of the soybean crop on soil productivity; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Anthropology); Prehistoric botany; The detection of fraudulent copper needles; Discovery of a buried aboriginal shellheap in the Illinois River valley; Ornamentation among the American Indians; Engraved shell gorgets from Illinois; The-historic Indian villages of the Peoria Lake region; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); Variations in carpel number of Abutilon theophrasti; The Blackman interpretation of plant growth; Water absorption by leaves; A study of the relation of cicatrization to evaporation from leaves of Bryophyltum; Differential distribution of ash along the axis of herbaceous plants; Factors affecting the abscission of the leaves of Coleus blumei; Carbohydrate utilization by Diplodia macrospora; Plants of the Smoky Mountains; Why the Illinois settlers chose forest lands; The- composition of prairie vegetation in Illinois; Additions to the flora of Starved Rock State Park; The Oedogoniales of Illinois; Pollination drops in certain conifers; The pollen of certain Taxodiaceae; Notes on the histology of an Illinois Psaronius; Plant cover for wild animals during the winter season; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Chemistry); Technics for large group demonstration; Hydrolysis of tertiary alkyl halides; Motor fuels over the world; A modified tin sub-group procedure; Marihuana; Uniformity in cigarettes; Special study of vapor pressures of saturated salt solutions; Some chemical changes in coal samples during storage; A comparison of the chemical characteristics of crude oils produced in the old and new Illinois fields; Liquid ammonia as a dietary nitrogen supplement; A new approach to first year chemistry; An absorption bulb for detecting various gases; Quantitative estimations in the qualitative course; A pH experiment for the first course in chemistry; The chemistry of europium; Preparation of humic acids from Illinois coal; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Wanted-More variety in the geographic menu; Ecological and historical aspects of Leadville, Colorado, as, typifying the pure, saxicultural adjustment; Geography of the Mississippi Gulf Coast; Illinois rainfall; Natural regions of the Ozark Province; The Guatemala Highland; Recreation possibilities of the Shawnee National Forest Purchase Units; A day of tornadoes in the middle west; Geographic aspects of inter-areal transition; Distribution of Japanese cities; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); Silurian rocks of southern Illinois; Recovery and preservation of marcasitized and pyritized micro-fossils; Structural trends in the Illinois Basin; Some geological factors in the location1 and construction of the Lake Springfield dam; The age of the LaSalle anticline; Progress in geologic mapping of Illinois, 1839-1939; The Covel conglomerate, a guide bed in the Pennsylvanian of northern Illinois; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics); Experimental production of vortex rings; A novel homemade electrostatic generator and Zeleny electroscope assembly; Saturating reactors for control purposes; Further experiments with singing tubes; A high voltage neutron source; How engineers use basic scientific facts - illustrated by a concrete example; A theory of the acoustic efficiency of the telephone receiver; The one hundred twenty foot pendulum at Mundelein College; Microphotographs of single crystals of zinc containing small known amounts of iron; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Psychology and Education); Social factors determining trends in western colleges; The education of deaf children by the acoustic method; Eye-movements in reading music; Psychological functioning of the endocrine glands; From the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); The relationship of body size and egg size. in Drosophila; Equine encephalomyelitis; Variation in the number of spines and rays in the fins of the brook stickleback; Expeditioning in Mexico; Thoracico-abdominal venules, their etiology and treatment; Studies on starvation in largemouth bass; Observations on Balantidium coli in culture; A case of poisoning in the cotton-mouth moccasin; Mammary tumor location in mice; Tularemia in Illinois; The silverfish in a new role; Notes on the predaceous stink bug, Apateticus cynicus Say

  33. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 33
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Applied Science as it Affects our Engineering; Looking Through Great Telescopes; John Wolf, Illinois Naturalist; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Agriculture); Influence of age on the value of seed corn; Some basic objectives for agricultural program-building; The military tract and its agriculture; Probable effect of weeds on the fertility of soils; Vocational agriculture in a permanent program of agricultural improvement; Soil conservation in Illinois in relation to the AAA program; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Anthropology); Prehistoric villages and camp sites of the Peoria, Illinois lake area; Prehistoric aboriginal pottery of the Peoria, Illinois region; Indian trail markers in Illinois; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); A preliminary report on the comparative anatomy of the Eucommiaceae; Note on embryo development in Hippuris; Phloem histology in stigmarian appendages; Cotyledon numbers in conifers; The pycnothyrium in the taxonomic system of the Fungi Imperfecti; Recent trends in plant disease control; Phytoplankton study of Lake Michigan; A check-list of Illinois algae with some additions from Cook County; Moultrie County mosses; Bryophytes of Starved Rock State Park, LaSalle County, Illinois; Relationships of nitrogen metabolism in plants; The effect of soil moisture on the composition of cereal plants; The estimation of riboflavin (vitamin B2) in plant tissue; Grass juice factor in the young leaves of cereal grass; Relation of the effects of growth-promoting substances to photo-synthetic activity, the mass law of growth and seed germination; Some temperature relations of geotropism; The effect of heteroauxin on the development of debladed petioles of coleus; A new-comer's impressions of the botany of Illinois; The project method in biology; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Chemistry); The use of calcium hypochlorite in gymnasium sanitation; Opportunities for women in chemistry; Home-made structural models; Geology and its relation to the chemistry teacher; The introduction of fluorine into aromatic nuclei by means of ammonium fluoborate; Hydrogen bonds involving the C-H linkage; Chemistry teachers' association of southern Illinois; A new series of substituted 1,5-di-phenylpyrazoline-3-carboxylic acids and their esters; Some recent additions to the chemistry of indium; The future of chemistry as a specialized science in the high school curriculum; Etherates of magnesium perchlorate; Optical isomerism of biphenyl derivatives; Adapting chemistry to the needs of the citizen; The detection of oxy-halogen anions; 2-chloro-3, 5-bis(acetylamino) toluene; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); An urban-rural ecotone as exemplified by Hastings, Nebraska; High school geography in southern Illinois; The curious Caspian; The market factor: its effect on cultural landscapes; The question of the geographical concept, thinking, and usage of the term "cycle"; Brittany and Devon-Cornwall: geographical twins; Geographic principles and relationship sequences; The new oil industry of Illinois and its implications in the social and economic life of Southern Illinois; Climatic Regions of Illinois; A method of representing the native vegetation of a small area; Typical lower Mississippi valley Silurian lithology in southeastern Wisconsin; Restudy of Lesquereux's fossil plant types from Illinois; Recent developments in oil and gas in Illinois; Aerial photography; The use of pipette analysis in clay research; Fusain content of fine sizes of Illinois coal; Additional notes on the geodes of the Warsaw formation; The use of color slides as an aid in geologic teaching; Pre-glacial River Ticona; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics); Distinguishing characteristics for particulate carbonaceous materials discharged in the atmosphere by fuel burning sources; An objective grating for visual stellar photometry; An unusual lunar spectrum; Measurement of velocity with graflex camera; Methods and practical application of vibration isolation; A new method for production of radioactive hydrogen of atomic weight three; Electrical properties of the human body; Advantages of standard sizes for optical panels; Wave characteristics with some demonstrations for general college physics; The pressure-volume relation of the toy balloon; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Psychology and Education); General conclusions on transfer of training; The vowel formant and what it means in speech and vocal music; Validity of rank in high school class and of psychological test scores in predicting academic success in college; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); Ambush bug studies; The host of another Illinois species of Brachymeria (Hymenoptera); Paratonsillar myiasis; A case of extreme curvature of regenerating fin rays; Insects taken by the southern pitcher plant; Illinois distribution records of the Black Widow spider; The effects of nicotine and cigarette smoke on pregnant female albino rats and their offsprings; An annotated list of spiders of an east central Illinois forest (Wm. Trelease Woods, University of Illinois); Interactions of growth stimulants and proteins; Cephalic deformities in embryos of the Massasauga rattlesnake (Sistrurus c. catenatus, Raf.); Induced ovulation in Rana pipiens; Observations on the fertility of the Black Widow spider

  34. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 34
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Fungi and Man [Presidential Address, 1941 Meeting]; Michael S. Bebb, Illinois Naturalist and Letter Writer [Presidential Address, 1940 Meeting]; Patterns of Negro Music; Hormone Control of Reproduction and Secondary Sexual Characters in Fishes; A Summary of Our Knowledge of Endocrine Mechanisms in Crustaceans; The Endocrine Functions of the Mammalian Ovary; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Agriculture); Relation between moisture content of the soil and the optimum depth of planting corn; Preliminary report on corn and pasture fertilization in southern Illinois; Adapting the teaching of agriculture to the needs of the Community; Palatability of pasture plants; Certain factors affecting the growth of azotobacter in the soil; The role of hybridization in the improvement of the soybean; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Anthropology); Possible application of kite photography to archaeology and ethnology; The Chicago portage; Cultural objects of Clear Lake village site; Middle Mississippian grit tempered ware; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); Seed formation, germination, and post-germinations development in certain Cichorieae; Germination and seedling growth-form of two hundred weeds; Relation of the effects of seed weight to roots and tops of two varieties of soybeans; Effect of length of day and temperature on the opening of buds of dormant twigs; Some mineral deficiency symptoms in plants; The use of fluorescent light in experimental work; Trace elements in oats and sudan grass; Some quantitative aspects of phototropism; The tissue culture technique as a means of studying correlation; An evaluation of general methods of "deoxygenation" of water; Physiological disturbances in tobacco plants accompanying mosaic infection; A device for visualizing the solution of genetics problems; A collection of Myxomycetes from eastern Illinois; Bryophytes of Rocky Branch region of Clark County, Illinois; The trees of Adams County, Illinois; Multi-seeded acorns; Gemmae of Funaria hygrometrica; A list of diagnostic characteristics for descriptions of dicotyledonous woods; Techniques useful in the study of fossil plants; Composition of the genus Carex in Illinois; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Chemistry); Hydrogen fluoride as a condensing agent; The surface tension of strong electrolytes; Investigations on 3-hydroxy-5-cholenic acid; The synthesis of cancerogenic hydrocarbons closely related to the steroids; Acylals; A study of the oxidation of trivalent molybdenum; Separation and identification of sugars from mixtures; The structure of mixed hydrogenation catalysts; The history of chemistry as applied to photography; Cation exchange in a carbonaceous ion exchanger; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); United States Airway Weather Station, Carbondale, Illinois; Agricultural landscapes of the Sudbury Area, Ontario; The soil factor and land use in Barbour County, Alabama; The factor of position in hemisphere defense; Gopher-hole barite mining in Washington County, Missouri; Growth of Robinson, Illinois; Original forest vegetation in a glaciated area; Water in southern Illinois; The urbanization of southern Illinois and its relation to national defense; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); Structure contour map of the pre-Pennsylvanian surface in Illinois; Devonian formations in New Mexico; Niagaran ostracods from Burlington, Wisconsin; The chemistry of lead-zinc deposition and the problem of zoning; A new edrioaster from the upper Ordovician of northern Illinois; The sedimentology and physiography of Wisconsin glacial outwash along the Chippewa River; Additional evidence on the origin of conodonts; A shape-roundness study of beach sands from Cedar Point, Ohio; Use of stereoscope with aerial photos in elementary geology; The application of probability theory to sediment sampling; Mississippian stratigraphy of Ohio; The occurrence of commercial muscovite in pegmatites; Status of the carbon-ratio theory in Illinois; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics); Progress in theory and use of concave gratings; Two simple pieces of apparatus for lecture demonstration in general physics; The metering of projection printing; Differences of electric potential in the leaves of plants; Radioactive tips for the lecture table; Forms of discharge in micro-gaps; Observing and measuring sway in a tall building; The use of the periodogram in establishing the reality of hidden or suspected periodicities; The emission spectra of planetary nebulae; A satisfactory method for measuring the coefficient of friction between rubber tires and road materials; The production of Geiger-Muller tubes; The analysis of an A. C. circuit containing R, L, and C; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Social Science); The sociologist in a time of crisis; Report on research projects "in process" in sociology and rural sociology at the University of Illinois, 1941; Workers' education and its implications for vocational guidance; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Education and Psychology); Attitudes in school administration; Guidance testing; A vocational philosophy of life; Student preferences in divisional studies and their preferential activities; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); The introduction of wild life into southern Illinois; Unique flight formation of blackbirds; The effects of carbon dioxide on Daphnia; Amphibians and reptiles of Illinois; Induced ovulation in Rana Pipiens II; The effects of formalin upon development in the bar-eyed race of Drosophila Melanogaster; Distribution of upland birds in Illinois; Noteworthy records of occurrence of mammals in central Illinois; Distribution of Illinois mammals; Bacterial response to growth stimulants; Relative abundance of Cyclocephala immaculata and C. borealis at Urbana; Distribution of Illinois insects; Modification of a tropism in Lumbricus terrestris; A correlation between the rate of heart beat and the state of certain chromatophores in the shrimp, Palaemonetes; Observations from a study of the comparative anatomy of the extrahepatic biliary tract

  35. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 35
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Conservation Research Program of the Illinois Natural History Survey (Presidential Address); The Betatron; Excerpts from Lecture, "A Naturalist in the South Seas"; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Agriculture); Germination studies of Bromegrass seed, Bromus inermis Leyss; Results of experiments in improvements of pastures for dairy cattle; The chemical composition of farm crops as affected by soil type and treatment; What are we doing with castor beans?; Relative photosynthetic capacity of stalks, leaf sheaths, and leaf blades in maize as measured by the contribution each makes to the development of the grain; War production and soil conservation in Illinois; Using the slope map as a basis for farm planning; Education for out of school rural youth; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Anthropology) Archaeological horizons in southern Illinois; The problem of primitive education with particular reference to the Ibo of Nigeria; Additional Clear Lake Village material; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); Notes on the distribution of some rarely reported species of Oedogonium; A Penicillium "disease" of ink; Trees and shrubs of Champaign County, Illinois; A key to the Illinois species of Solidago; A taxonomic study of the Illinois species of Rumex; The nitrogen content of oat chloroplasts; New interpretations of Sphenophyllostachys based on a petrified specimen from an Iowa coal ball; A microanalysis of the epidermal cell walls beneath the midrib of the holly leaf; A checklist of the vascular plants of the University of Illinois woodlands; The rate of transpiration in two oats varieties grown under varying soil moisture levels; Some growth responses of Soja and Vinca to vitamins; The White-bracted Hymenopappus still grows in Illinois; A preliminary investigation of the effect of the descaling of winter buds on their growth in east central Illinois; A study of the phytoplankton of Crab Orchard Lake; A preliminary investigation of the effects of naphthalene acetic acid upon the growth and composition of oats; Preliminary studies on riboflavin (vitamin B2) content of plant materials; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Chemistry); New acid-base terminology; Semimicro methods in the teaching of chemistry; Review of recent chemistry texts for use in the teaching of chemistry at the high school level; New sources of mineral elements in animal nutrition; What the colleges of Illinois are doing for national defense; Demonstration of unstable anionic complex formation by the method of electrometric titration; Suitable curricula for high school chemistry; The role of the chemistry teacher in national defense; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Saxicultural district of the Sudbury area; The Black Sea and its borderlands; Soils and population-Decatur County, Georgia; The colonial question; The manufacture of clay products in the Lower Wabash Valley; The uses and production of tung oil; The Murngin: an example of human geography; The drought of central United States, summer and autumn, 1940; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); The "Trenton" near Morris, Illinois; Use of the Glen Dean limestone as a structural key horizon in the Illinois Basin; Chester index ostracodes; Thickness of glacial drift in Du Page County, Illinois; Bituminous matter in Warsaw geodes; Subsurface stratigraphic sections near type Chester localities in southwestern Illinois; Rhythms in Upper Pennsylvanian cyclothems; Fossiliferous zones of the Upper Pennsylvanian of Vermilion and Edgar counties, Illinois; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Physics); A demonstration radio set; A demonstration power supply; Why not express the horsepower in foot-poundals?; Normal daily temperatures for Aurora by comparison with Chicago; Wave forms of phase-shifted sine pulses and their applications; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Psychology and Education); Warfare between human nature fictions; Handwriting as a factor in credit analysis; What can the elementary school do to prepare for winning the peace?; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Social Science); Federal regulation of business enterprise; The fate of the family; Chicago and the down state; Hamlet and village populations in Illinois; The fate of the family; Is the family passing?; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); New records for three Illinoisan orthoptera; Effect of testosterone propionate on territoriality of ring doves; Zapatera spoilage of olives; Chlorophyll in the treatment of athlete's foot; The anglers' catch at Lake Chautauqua near Havana, Illinois, with comparative data on hoopnet samples; Locality records of some Hydracarina from Illinois; Pseudo-cleavage of the frog's egg; A contribution to the exploration of Mexico; Comparative pharmacology of myogenic and neurogenic hearts; Induced ovulation in Rana pipiens III; Cyclocephala abrupta in Illinois (Coleop.: Scarab); Precaval anomalies of the cat; Color discrimination in canaries; Stimulating an interest in the history of the biological sciences; Zoological courses in the early days of the University of Illinois; Interrelations of insect-eating insects; Insect relations with plants; Insects as vectors of plant pathogens

  36. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 36
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    American Science in the Philippines (Presidential address); The Trusteeship of the National Park Service; The Benefits and Dangers of our Natural Heritage; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Agriculture); Agricultural Extension program meets wartime needs; Wood helps win the war; Rural war production training program; Making pastures produce their share of food; Improving the quality of roughage as an aid to wartime feeding of dairy cattle; Cutting corners in wartime livestock production; Soil depletion reduces feeding value of crops; Some credit agency adjustments for wartime needs; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Anthropology); Arrowsmith Battlefield; An Illinois corner-tang; Prehistoric Indian mounds of central eastern Illinois; A method for determining mounds and mound groups in the Wisconsin glacial area of central eastern Illinois; Some data on Clear Lake Village cultural objects; The Illinois confederacy and middle Mississippian culture in Illinois; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Botany); Natural reforestation of strip mines of Saline County, Illinois; A preliminary check list of the vascular plants of Sangamon County, Illinois; Preliminary report on the bryophytes of Bois Blanc Island; Prairies and forests of McLean County, Illinois; The use of prairie relics in teaching; Total nitrogen and vitamin C in oats grown at different levels of soil moisture; Applied botany as fun; Distribution of Diplodia zeae and D. macrospora in the United States; A new mucor-like fungus from plant roots; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Chemistry); Some observations of the influence of sodium carbonate in water supplies; Certain vitamin requirements of bacteria; Inulin containing plants as a source of ethyl alcohol-the action of invertase from yeast; Some new sources of aluminum and magnesium; Determination of magnesium; Perchloric acid-a neglected chapter in general chemistry; Some comparisons of formal and molal oxidation potentials; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geography); Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Geology); Key beds of the Pennsylvanian section of eastern Vermilion County, Illinois, and Vermillion, Warren, and Fountain counties, Indiana; Post-Wisconsin chronology; Pennsylvanian stratigraphy of the Carlinville, Illinois, quadrangle; A microfossil profile of certain Pennsylvanian coals of Ohio; Bedrock surface and thickness of glacial drift in Will County, Illinois; Insoluble residues of the Levias and Renault formations of Hardin County, Illinois; Report of the Section Chairman (Physics); Extract from the Report of the Section Chairmen (Social Science); Science and the daily press; The poverty-line and wartime social policy; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairmen (Psychology and Education); Guidance problems in war time; Liberal arts education in time of war; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Zoology); Mortality of the yellow bass Morone interrupta at Lake Chautauqua (Illinois); Distribution of ground squirrels in Illinois; The Rhopalocera of Principia College; Laboratory feeding of Culicidae; Extract from the Report of the Section Chairman (Collegiate Section); Electrolytic polishing of metals for metallographic examination; Some physical properties of powdered iron compacts; Mineral content in fruit juices; Vitamin C content in fruit juices; Myopia-acquired and hereditary; The effects of tobacco smoke upon mice

  37. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 37
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Researches in life histories of parasites of wildlife (Address of the President); Hail damage to soybeans-report of 1943 results; Illinois forest future; Some developments in wartime agricultural production in Illinois; New evidence from the Fisher site; Middle Woodland cultures; More data on Clear Lake Village; Eastern white pine as a timber tree in Illinois; Notes on some plants that are rare in Illinois; A simplified laboratory method of testing the toxicity of fungicides; The literature of Illinois natural history and geography; The meta monohalogenated benzotrifluorides; Settlement patterns of Illinois; Comparison of several Decorah horizons in northern Illinois; Pennsylvanian stratigraphy of part of southern Indiana; Silica gel and Warsaw geodes; Transmission of sound by a light beam; Trends in medical and premedical training; Process and transition in southern Illinois rural society; Rate of escape of fishes from hoopnets; Notes on three pseudoscorpions from Illinois; Pictinus aurivillii Berg. in Illinois

  38. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 38
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Some personal responsibilities of scientists (Address of the President); Effect of vacuum pasteurization on the quality of cream produced in southern Illinois; Fluctuations in San Jose scale infestation; Some war-time developments in spraying Illinois fruits; Borax corrects tipburn in greenhouse lettuce; Bison in Illinois archaeology; Development of seeds and embryos in Finns ponderosa with special reference to seed size; A check list of vascular plants of Jo Daviess County, Illinois; Applications of spectrophotometric methods to problems of chemical analysis in the study of plant physiology; Electrons and redox equations; Some trisubstituted benzotrifluorides; The electron microscope as a tool in chemical research; Geographic patterns of Illinois; Miniature fossil concretions of Mazon Creek; Time loss at starting for a sprinter; Theoretical physics and pioneering research in Illinois minerals; Clinical preparation of teachers for their diagnostic role in the classroom; Suggestions toward a sociology of art; Additional notes on pseudoscorpions from Illinois; Effect of temperature upon the expression of adorso-central a bristle reducing mutuant of Drosophila melanogaster; Parasites of amphibia - Bufonidae: Procoela: Salientia. I.; Phenothiazine-salt mixtures as an anthelmintic for sheep

  39. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 39
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    The biological basis of social cooperation; Effect of soil treatment on forage yields and vegetational ground cover; Population changes in rural life; Effect of mineral nitrogen on the yield and protein content of farm crops; Cord-decorated pottery in the general Peoria region; Inheritance of foliage variegation in variegated English elm; Illustrated notes on the flora of Henry County; Siloam Springs State Park; Utilization of various carbohydrates by Streptomyces griseus for production of streptomycin and growth; A key to the genera of common woods; Simplified method for measuring dissolved oxygen in streams; A method of collecting oxygen from photosynthesis; The response of a thermophilic food spoilage organism to thiamin; Zinc and magnesium cobaltinitrites for qualitative detection of potassium; p-Dimethylaminoazobenzene-p-Sulfonamide; Some factors in the synthesis of 3, 5-dinitro-benzotrifluoride; A cross-section of the central division of Illinois; Reflections on recent diamond-drill exploration in the Illinois coal field; Use of International Business Machine technique in tabulating drilling data; A functional concept of guidance; Orientation in a teacher-education program; A proposed science curriculum for the public schools; Interests and choice of teaching field; Study of the relationship between constitutional variations and fundamental psychotic behavior reactions; Building rural community schools; A new theory of positive law; Wheaton community survey; Studies on certain filtrable viruses: IX. Antigenic properties of undesiccated entire embryo fowl pox virus in buffered glycerine; Experimental work with DDT on apples in Illinois, 1945; Check list of the birds of Starved Rock State Park and surrounding territory; Protozoan parasites of the Bufoninae (Amphibia)

  40. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 40
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Archeology and social change; An upper Mississippi house-pit from the Fisher village site: Further evidence; The succession of woodland horizons in the Carbondale area; A seven-pound copper axe among 1946 Hopewell discoveries; Some Bryophytes of Coles and Clark counties; Additions to the flora of Sangamon County, Illinois; A revised checklist of the vascular plants of the University of Illinois woodlands; A method for cytological investigation of algae; Houstonia minima in Peoria County; The control of weeds on a typical prairie farm; Virginius H. Chase, Peoria botanist; The Acanthaceae of Illinois; The use of partial differentials for the estimation of errors in volumetric analysis; The chemistry of synthetic rubber; Occupance patterns of the lower Illinois Valley; The pottery industry in McDonough and Warren counties, Illinois; Teaching of conservation of natural resources in Illinois colleges and universities; Lake Michigan ports: A classification by items of traffic; Some Chester outcrop and subsurface sections in southeastern Illinois; Structural trends in the Pecatonica quadrangle based upon Decorah stratigraphy; Geological applications of the ionic potential; Unusual oolite grains from the Ste. Genevieve limestone; Endurance limit of a free-cutting brass rod; Sex deviations in the selection of masculine and feminine words in poetry; Old age in a city of 100,000; A basic defect in the Illinois Constitution; Bird population of an Illinois floodplain forest; A concentration of Lemming mice (Synaptomys cooperi) in central Illinois; Grooming dance and associated activities of the honeybee colony; Major fluctuations of some Illinois mammal populations; Parasites of the Hylidae (Amphibia-Hylinae). VI; An investigation of some possible sources of trichina infection in a central Illinois community; Studies of the sex-organs of mating polygyria landsnails; Additional records of Illinois mammals

  41. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 41
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Mark Hopkins and the modern log; Steuben Village site, a Hopewellian village of central Illinois; Some pioneers in natural history and biology in southern Illinois; The Monoblepharidaceae as represented in Illinois; The genus Anemone in Illinois; Thinning returns from an eastern white pine plantation in Ogle County; Initial report on the vegetation of McDonough County, Illinois; The Dysonian system of organic notation; Quantized qualitative analysis; A method for recalling the configurations of the aldohexoses; Occupance of the Moraine Border of northern Illinois; Coal resources of Franklin County, Illinois; Oil accumulation in the Cypress sandstone in the Herald pool, White and Gallatin counties, Illinois; Educational plans of Illinois high school students in relation to financial situation and academic aptitude; Administrative problems of township government in Du Page County; A summary of studies on the ambush bug, Phymata Pennsylvania Americana Melin; The zooplankton of Crab Orchard Lake during the first year, 1941-1942; A mosquito survey of Lake Bloomington; Sex and the altitude of flight in Cyclocephala

  42. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 42
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Available Energy; The "Who" in the High School Science Program; Training of Teachers for Tomorrow's World; Late Woodland occupations of the Fisher Site, Will County, Illinois; More data on Hopewell sites in Peoria region; Initial report of the vascular plants of Southern Illinois; Ferns of Rock River Valley in Illinois; Embryo development of the pond cypress (Taxodium ascendens (Brongn.); Check list of the vascular plants of Winnebago County, Illinois; Place of science in general education; Occupance of the Mississippi border of Southern Illinois; The pulp and paper industry of the Lake states; Present state of knowledge regarding the pre-Cambrian crystallines of Illinois; Factors affecting measurement of permeability of unconsolidated glacial material; Facies analyses of the Niagaran rocks; Physical characteristics of the oolite grains of the Ste. Genevieve formation; Investigation of a gamma-proton process in beryllium; Electronic aids to control and measurement; Simple circuit for measuring variations in electrical resistance of a human being under emotional stress; The structure and institutionalization of a protest group; Southern Illinois - a cultural area; Changing fish populations as an index to pollution and soil erosion; Changing fish populations as an index to pollution and soil erosion; A survey of the Unionidae of the upper reaches of the Mackinaw River; Notes on the biology of a common gastrotrich of the Chicago area; Genetic variation in populations of Drosophila Melanogaster in the Chicago area; Incidence of Trypanosoma infection in small mammals of Champaign County, Illinois; Parasites of Ranidae (Amphibia). XIV; Certain factors which influence activation of the hexacanth embryo of the fowl tapeworm Raillietina cesticillus

  43. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 43
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    A New Approach to Studies of Culture and Society; Welcome to Augustana; Dedication of Lindahl-Udden Memorial; The Beginning of the Illinois State Academy of Science; The Ligneous Flora of Richland County, Illinois, by Robert Ridgway, an Unpublished Manuscript; The Carr and Daniels Collections of Fossil Plants from Mazon Creek; Microscopic Anatomy of the Wood of Three Species of Junipers; Colchicine as a Mutagenic Agent for Streptomyces griseus; A Simplified Plankton Counting Method; Utilization of Some Organic Acids by Streptomyses griseus for Streptomycin Production and Growth; Methoxyl Determinations on Alkyl Esters of 2-Methoxybenzoic Acid; The Kolbe Electrochemical Synthesis; A Spherical Arrangement of the Chemical Elements; Geographical Possibilities of Cork Production in the United States; Water Resource Conservation in Illinois; Slope Studies of Northern Illinois; Student Projects and Their Place in Geologic Education; Some Easily Constructed Models for Teaching Optical Mineralogy; Atomic Models of the Silicates as an Essential Aid in the Teaching of Elementary Mineralogy; Glacial Lake Merrimac; Current Evaluation of the Cambrian-Keweenawan Boundary; The Mt. Simon Sandstone in Northern Illinois; Petrology of Basal High-Purity Bed of the Burlington Limestone ; Metamorphic Development of the Crawford Notch Quadrangle, New Hampshire; Preglacial Gravels in Henry County, Illinois; The Neda Formation in Northeastern Illinois; Survey of City Noise; Spectral Characteristics of Flash Discharges; Optical and Photographic Techniques for the Small-School Laboratory; Validation by Means of the Sociogram of a Technique for Promoting Social Acceptability Among Elementary School Children; A Study of College Science Courses Designed for General Education; Sociological Problems in the Study of Industrial Relations in Illinois; The Relative Powers of Nature and Nurture: Monozygotic Twins; The Need for Corporate Research in the Social Sciences; The Use of Horse Strongyle Larvae in Screening Compounds for Anthelmintic Activity; A Comparative Study of Normal and Piebald Hamsters; Problems in the Bionomics of the Squash Bug, Anasa tristis (De Geer) (Coreidae, Hemiptera); Ecological Notes on Thanatophilus americana L.; An Investigation of the Occurrence of Enterobius vermicularis Ova in Dust from Homes and Public Buildings; The Incidence of Endamoeba gingivalis in a Central Illinois Community; A New Method for Staining Cells with Cobalt and Bal; The Study of Cicatrization in Plant Tissues

  44. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 44
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Beating the Red Queen; Welcome to Illinois Wesleyan University; Man's Prime Requisite - Food; The enH Decimal Scale for Expressing Hydrogen Ion Concentration; Some Southern Illinois Plant Records; A Study of the Compositae of Champaign County; Microstructure of Wood of Juniperus virginiana L. X J. Ashei Bucch; Early Endosperm Development and Embryogeny in Cassiope hypnoides; Molecular Weights by Surface Tension without Use of Balance; District Heating with Coal; Some Factors in the Industrial Development of the Port of Houston; Recent Population Trends in Illinois; Major Aquifers in Glacial Drift near Mattoon, Illinois; Notes on the Illinois "Lafayette" Gravel; Cambrian and Lower Ordovician, Exposures in Northern Illinois; An Occurrence of Barite in the LaSalle Limestone of Illinois; Applications of the Statistical Slope Orientation Diagram; Revision of Croixan Dikelocephalidae; Lewis Evans' Contributions to Early American Geology, 1743-1755; Saving the Youth of Our Nation; Some Evaluation Techniques in Tenth-Grade Biology; Organized Labor and Manpower Controls During World War II ; Toward a More Responsible Two-Party System; Meaning of Economic Security to Older Persons; Progress in School Reorganization in Illinois; Dialect, an Informal Record of History; Ecological Study of Formica formica exsectoides; Eimeria dicrostonicis, n.sp., a Protozoan Parasite of the Lemming, and Other Parasites from Arctic Rodents; Study of Frog Blood in Red Leg Disease; Distribution of Trachythrips watsoni in Illinois; Parasites of the European Corn Borer in Illinois; Morphological and Respiratory Changes Induced in Melanoplus differentials by Beta Irradiation; Rise and Fall of Immunity to Trichinella spiralis in the Albino Rat and its Effects on Growth and Reproduction of the Parasite; Fishing Commercially for the Nematognathi siluridae; Taste Perception: Individual Reactions to Different Substances; An Astomatous Ciliate Found in the Body Cavity of a Copepod Collected from Lake Michigan; Efficiency of the Respiratory Mechanism of Fundulus majalis; Antiseptic Properties Biphenol Derivaties

  45. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 45
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Scientists--More or Less?; Studies of Shapes and Patterns of Flint Artifacts Found Along the Mackinaw River; Check List of Fleshy Fungi Collected in West-Central Illinois; Initial Report on the Mosses of McDonough County, Illinois; Growth of a Managed Eastern White Pine Plantation in Northern Illinois; The Behavior of Oak Wilt in Sinnissippl Forest; The Ralph Emerson Flower Preserve of Rockford College; A Mesophytic Forest on the Upland Prairie; The Relative Abundance of the Elements; The Removal of Phosphate by Zinc Oxide; Some New Duclaux Constants; Theory of Industrial Expansion; One Square Mile of Ice-An Experiment in Geographical Analysis; A Relative Relief Map of Illinois; A Survey of Illinois Water Supply Problems, with Special Reference to Charleston; A Method of Constructing Average Slope Maps; Oneota Formation, Stoddard Quadrangle, Wisconsin; Environmental Control of Iron Mineral Deposition; Some New Observations on Niagaran Reefs in Illinois; The Chouteau Formation of Illinois; Thomas Harlot's Observations on American Geology in 1588; Circuits for Photometry; Two Simple Photometric Techniques; Reversal of Direction of Arc Movement in a Magnetic Field Under Reduced Air Pressure; Variation of the Dielectric Constant of Dimethyl Silicone with Temperature; The Physical Growth of 4-H Club Members; Folkways and Mores in a Greek-American Community; Paired Factors and Master Factors in Environmental Relations; Inheritance and Frequency of Y Gene in the White Marked Tussock Moth; Response of Gonads of Frog Larvae to Chorionic Gonadotropins and Synthetic Androgens; Variations in the White Blood Cells Between Normal and Red Leg Frogs; Neotropical Exodont Braconidae (Hymenoptera); The Effects of Some Detergents on the Developmental Stages of Horse Strongyles (Nematoda); Two New Species of Pseudoscorpions from Illinois; Caves of the Kinkaid Limestone Near Cobden, Illinois; The Ericaceae of Illinois

  46. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 46
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Twenty-five Years of Engineering Geology in Illinois; Science in the High School Curricula; Composition Diagrams for Forests; Diagrams to Show which Species Occur in Particular Plots or Stands; Flora and Ecological Analysis of the Vegetation of the Funk Forest Natural Area, McLean County, Illinois; Recent Advances in the Field of Forest Genetics; Survival Following Treatment with Sulfones in Experimental Tuberculosis in Guinea Pigs; Microscopy and Color Photomicrography in the Study of Feedstuff Quality; Flavor and Vitamin Stability in Fluid Milk; Reaction of Epoxides with Mercaptans; Some Factors Influencing the Suspension Polymerization of Styrene-Divinylbenzene Mixtures; Land-Use Associations in the Orchard Economy of Southern Illinois; Some Factors in the Industrial Potential of Southern Illinois; Evaporation Records in Illinois; Methodology of Radar-Rainfall Quantitative Studies; Problem of Inverted Zones of Metamorphism in Western New Hampshire; Geological Observations of Captain John Smith in 1607-1614; Revision of the Nipissing Stage of the Great Lakes; Areal Geology of Part of Central Eastern Illinois; Pennsylvanian Insects of Illinois; Prospecting for Commercial Sand and Gravel Using Electrical Earth Resistivity, Clinton County, Illinois; Ceramic Materials from Magnesium-Treated Clays; Applications of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance; Negative Photo-Effect in Helium; Translucent Screen for Teaching and Testing; Polyphyletic Origin of the Leafhopper Fauna of Ilex deciduas; Illinothrips rossi, New Genus and Species; The Unity of Animal Populations; Factors Influencing the Packed Cell Volume of Frog Blood; Land-Snail Shells Found in a Kitchen Midden of Illinoian Indians of the Hopewell Culture; Zoogeographical Relationships of the Mammals of Illinois; Seasonal Variation in Hoop Net Catches at Lake Glendale; Time of Feeding of the Black Crappie and the White Crappie; Analysis of the Gizzard Shad Population of Crab Orchard Lake, Illinois; Preliminary Report on Pheasant Stocking in Southern Illinois; Avian Populations of the Funk Forest Natural Area in McLean County, Illinois; Trapping and Marking Squirrels on a Refuge in Southern Illinois; Inhibitory Effects of Certain Compounds on Microsporon audouini; Reaction Products of Aldoses with Cysteine

  47. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 47
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Can We Meet the Challenge?; Papers Presented at the 47th Annual Meeting; The Fish Population of the Main Stream of the Big Muddy River; Ecological Factors Affecting the Growth of Smallmouth Bass and Longear Sunfish in Jordan Creek; Warren King Moorehead - His Contributions to Archaeology in Illinois; Notes on the History of the Herbarium of the Illinois State Museum; Check List of Vascular Plants of Boone County, Illinois; Extent of Temperature Fluctuations on Substrates in the Greenhouse; Illinois Temperature in Terms of Economic Plant Requirements; Effect of Some Compounds and Biological Products upon Infection by Tobacco Mosaic Virus; Comparative Viability of Sporocarps of Marsilea quadrifolia L. in Relation to Age; Air Oxidation, Phenolic Group Content, and Coking Properties of Illinois Coal; Comparative Analyses of Polythenoxy Tallates; Bactericidal Nonionic Detergents; Substitution in the 2,5-Positions of Thiophene; Improved Synthesis of Benzylidenebisacetamide and Related Compounds; Effects of Air Oxidation on the Plastic Properties of Coals as Measured by the Gieseler Plastometer; Economic Function of Downstate Illinois Cities; The Southern Zone of Chicago's Inner Region; Itapaci, Brazil - A Frontier Town; Granite Replacement in Basic Dikes, Mount Desert Island, Maine; Clay Mineralogy of Lower Tertiary Continental Deposits of the San Juan Basin, Colorado; Farmdale Drift near Danville, Illinois; A Technique for Application of the Rosiwal Method of Analysis to Broken Coal Studies; Physics and Analysis Instruments; Conservation of Energy in an Inelastic Collision; Conservation Education in Southern Illinois High Schools; A Cultural Engineering Course for Nonengineers; The Harvest Mouse (Reithrodontomys Megalotis) in Illinois and Its Taxonomic Status; Check List of Illinois Spiders; Studies on Thyroid Glands, Adrenal Glands, and Reproductive Systems of Acephalic Hamster Fetuses; Comparison of Weight and Length with Age in Hamster Embryos; Techniques for Obtaining Blood Samples from the Golden Hamster; Series Resonance in an R-L-C Circuit; Effects of B-Quinolinol on Hordeum Vulgare and Secali Cereali; Correlation of Detergencyof Polyethenoxy Tallates with Physical Properties; Reaction Speed of H202 and S02 by Conductivity

  48. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 48
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    The Tyro Chemist's Unanswered Question; Boat Fishermen's Catch at Crab Orchard Lake During 1954; Recent Collections of Some Less Common Fishes in Southern Illinois; Limnology of the Middle Mississippi River and Adjacent Waters. II. Observations on the Life Histories of Some Aquatic Diptera; Thermal Stratification of the Water of Two Artificial Impoundments of Southern Illinois; Demonstrating Mineral-nutrient Deficiencies with Regnellidium diphyllum; Lipase Activity in Cotton Seedlings; Tree Classes in the Unmanaged Forests of Southern Illinois and Application to Forest Management; Amount of Throughfall and Stemflow in a Shortleaf Pine Plantation as Related to Rainfall in the Open; Influence of Washing Time on Infection by Tobacco Mosaic Virus; Problems in the Use of Multiflora Rose; Vegetational Features of Some Strip-mined Land in Perry County, Illinois; Aquatic and Marginal Vegetation of Strip Mine Waters in Southern Illinois; Survival after Isoniazid Treatment of Experimental Tuberculosis in Guinea Pigs and Resistance to Reinfection; Biochemorphological Effects of N-allyl Substitution on Barbiturate Compounds; Studies on the Distribution of Adenosinetriphosphatase; Studies on the Distribution of Acetylcholinesterase; Analysis of Highly-hydrated Dolomitic Lime by a Geiger Counter X-ray Diffractometer; Nonionic Detergents; Some Mannich Reactions; The Time-lapse Method of Reconnaissance Land-use Mapping; The Changing Distribution of Manufacturing in Illinois; The Illinois Weather Record Punch Card Project; Factors in the Establishment of Commercial Orcharding in Southern Illinois; Changing Patterns of Corn Yields Per Acre: The Position of Illinois in the United States; Dolomitization of the Platteville Limestone; John Josselyn's Geological Observations in 1672-1674; Recent Developments of Applied Genetics in the Field of Agriculture; Study of Insect Infestations in a Neglected Peach Orchard; Southern Limits of the Least Weasel (Mustela rixosa) in Central United States; Trichomonads in the Golden Hamster; Toxicity of Sodium Flouride in Hamsters; Notes on the Parasites of Cottontail Rabbits in Illinois; The Conversion of Semicarbazone of a, -Unsaturated Aldehydes and Ketones to 2 Pyrazoline-l-Carboxamides; Conductivity of Aniline-nitrobenzene Mixtures; The Clay Mineralogy of the Blue Band of the No. 6 Coal of Illinois

  49. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 49
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    The Influence of Fungi in Human Affairs; The Fish Population of Sugar Creek, Illinois; Factors Influencing Excessive Flows of Coal Strip-Mine Effluents; Boat Fishermen's Catch at Crab Orchard Lake, Lake Murphysboro, and Horseshoe Lake, During 1955; Effect of Substrate Hydrogen Peroxide on Growth of Boron Deficient Plants; A Method for Obtaining Mitotic Figures in Seedlings of Alisma [Dill.] L.; The Gravel-Hill Prairies of Rock River Valley in Illinois; A Check-List of Illinois Myxomycetes; Polarography of Sulfhydryl-Disulfide Systems; Some Problems in the Synthesis of an Antimalarial Intermediate; Reaction of Ethylene Oxide with Antimony Chlorides; The Polarographic Determination of Sulfhydryl Groups; Differential Population Growth of Incorporated Municipalities in the Chicago Suburban Region; The Urbanization of Illinois; Patterns of Agricultural Change in Illinois; Rainfall on Jamaica; Urban and Non-urban Aspects of Manufacturing in Illinois; Plasticity Studies of Till Intruded into Jointed Limestone in Fairmount Quarry, Illinois; The Subsurface Glacial Geology at Proposed Effingham Damsite and Its Engineering Implications; A Pseudo-Ring Dike, Mt. Desert Island, Maine; Biocalcarenites in Some Upper Pennsylvanian Limestones in Illinois; Transmitting Motion Through the Walls of Sealed Vessels; Acoustic Problems of the Flute; A Philosophy of Science-Engineering Education; Writing the Scientific Paper; The Number of Species per Genus in Different Animal Classes in Illinois; Three New Species and Two New Records of Thrips (Thysanoptera) in Illinois; Cynticercua fasciolaris and Capillaria hepatica in Rattus norvegicus; Effect of Cardiac Glycosides on Potassium Content of Skeletal Muscle of Rana pipiens; A Comparison of Past and Present Populations of Freshwater Mussels in Southern Illinois; The Beaver in Illinois; Suburbanization of a Rural Trading Center; Non-Saponifiables from Deep-Fry Fats; Electrical Conductivities of Isomeric Butyl Bromides; Bacteria We Drink

  50. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, volume 50
    Papers, Addresses, Reports:
    Let the Chips Fall Where They May; The Fish Population of a Spring-fed Stream System in Southern Illinois; Fishing Pressure and Fishing Success at Argyle Lake, McDonough County, Illinois, as Indicated by Creel Census; Flotation of Fishes Following Stunning by Electrical Shock; Fishery Values of a Restored Illinois River Bottomland Lake; Literature Pertaining to Formation of Acid-mine Wastes and Their Effects on the Chemistry and Fauna of Streams; The Effects of Drought Conditions on the Fish and Bottom Organisms of Two Small Oxbow Ponds; University of Illinois Herbarium, Its History and Development Since 1868; Plant Fossils from Mankato Terrace Along Hutchins Creek, Union County, Illinois; Notes on the Ecology of American Lotus in Southern Illinois; Growth and Yield of Sinnissippi Forest Stands; The Ravine Flora of Winnebago County, Illinois; Modification of Zein by Deamidation; Absorption of Oxygen by Blood Plasma Fractions in Alkaline Media; The Effect of Isoniazid on the Immunity Produced by Vaccination of Guinea Pigs with BCG; Study of a Blood Polarographic Change Associated with Walker Tumor Growth; Stearic Hindrance Effects of the Tertiary Butyl Radical in Some Mannich Condensations; Effects of Feeding Baby Pigs a Diet Deficient in Sodium; Saving Water in Reservoirs; Teaching of Conservation of Natural Resources in Illinois Colleges and Universities: A Re-Appraisal; Forecasting Explosion conditions in Coal Mines; The Changing Petroleum Industry of Western Europe; Kenya, East Africa: An Aspect of Population Geography ; A Land-Use Map from Census Data-Parana, Brazil, as an Example; Large Scale Commercial Beef Cattle Feeding in Northern Illinois; Uses and Limitations of Electrical Prospecting for Water Supplies; Electric-Log Cross-Sections of the Silurian-Devonian Formations of a Part of Central Illinois; Source and Occurrence of Brines for Waterflooding in Illinois; Age and Stratigraphic Relationship of the Caloosahatchee Marl of Florida; Clay Mineral Composition of Calcareous Till in Northwestern Pennsylvania; Faulting in the Pomona Area, Jackson County, Illinois; Valley-Side Erosion in Southern Illinois; Modern Dielectric Theory Applied to Polymethyldisiloxane Molecules; An Investigation of Cigarette Smoke as an Aerosol with Special Reference to Retention in Lungs in Human Subjects; Subject Matter Trends in Science in Elementary Schools as Shown by Courses of Study; Challenge Accepted; The Os Clitoridis in the Badger, Taxidea taxus; Vertebrate Remains from the Cahokia Site, Illinois; Maintenance of Gonads of Frog Larvae in Organ Cultures Food of the Cottontail in Southern Illinois; A Clue to Spring Molt in Raccoons as Revealed in Analysis of Scats; Nesting Birds of the Shoreline and Islands of Crab Orchard Lake, Illinois; The Range of Zorotypus hubbardi with an Illinois Record (Insecta: Zorapteia); Mucosubstances in Plagiorchoid and Monostomate Ceicariae (Trematoda: Digenea); The First Records of Boreus (Boreidae, Mecoptera) in Illinois; North American Stenus of the advenus Complex Including a New Species from Illinois (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae); Fossil Protozoans from the Keewatin Sediments; New Species of Eimeria (Protozoa: Eimeriidae) from Mexican Rodents; Observations and New Records of Hymenopteran Parasites of Lycaenid Eggs (Lepidoptera); A Parasite of the Swim Bladder of Black Catfish; A More Efficient Mold for Plastic Embedding; Electrolysis of Aqueous 3-Cyclohexylbutyrate

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