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Sound studies

Binaural localization of sound. H. M. Halverson, Clark University, Worcester, Mass. 50 entries by subject. September, 1920 to date. Partially complete.

Sound localization. C. A. Ruckmick, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 135 entries by author. Up to date. Abstracts included in most cases. Fairly complete.

Statistics

Statistics-educational, psychological, etc. Truman L. Kelley, Stanford University, Calif. 250 entries by author. Up to 1922. Stuttering

Stuttering. Lewis O. Anderson, Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Fairly extensive.

Suggestion

Suggestion. A. S. Edwards, University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. Fairly complete to 1912.

REGENERATION

Regeneration. A. J. Goldfarb, College of the City of New York, New York City. 950 entries by author and title arranged according to phyla. 1895 to date. Fairly complete.

SOIL SCIENCE

Fertilizers

Ammonium sulfate as a fertilizer and its effectiveness in comparison with other nitrogenous fertilizers. M. I. Wolkoff, Agricultural Experiment Station, Urbana, Ill. Up to 1919. Fairly complete.

Effect of nitrates on plants. H. G. MacMillan, Greeley, Colo. 396 entries by author. 1865 to date. Abstracts included in part.

Irrigation

Soils

Irrigation and soil moisture. W. L. Powers, Corvallis, Ore. 2,000 entries by author, title and subject. Up to 1921. Brief abstracts included occasionally.

Soil bacteriology. H. J. Conn, Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, N. Y. 1,500 entries by author and subject. 1885 to date. Brief abstracts included. Three-fourths complete.

Soil bacteriology. P. E. Brown and Paul Emerson, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. 500 entries by author and title. 1910 to date. Fairly complete for American and English literature, but incomplete for other countries.

Soil colloids and their relation to agriculture. M. I. Wolkoff, Agricultural Experiment Station, Urbana, Ill. Abstracts included. Fairly complete.

See also Agronomy.

Conifers

VASCULAR PLANTS: Morphology

Embryology of conifers. J. O. Buckholz, Fayetteville, Ark. 65 entries by author. Up to 1921. Nearly complete since 1850.

Grasses

Original publication of genera species and varieties of grasses. A. S. Hitchcock and others, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. 50,000 entries by author. 1753 to date. Approximately complete. Data on type and synonyms included.

Leaves

Leaves-growth, development and regeneration. Beryl T. Mounts, 1744 D Avenue, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 156 entries by author and title. 1686 to 1919. Abstracts included in a few cases. Fairly complete. Regeneration

Regeneration in plants. R. B. Wylie and students, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. 1,200 to 1,800 entries. Historical and recent work.

Seeds

Germination of seeds. Seed Laboratory, U. S. Bureau of Plant Industry, Washington, D. C. 5,000 entries by author, title and subject. Abstracts included in some cases.

Bananas

VASCULAR PLANTS: Taxonomy

Studies of Philippine bananas. Eduardo Quisumbing, College of Agriculture, University of the Philippines, Manila, P. I. 1920 to date. Abstracts included in some cases. Nearly complete.

Cactaceae

The classification and distribution of Cactaceae. J. N. Rose, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. 2,500 entries by author. 1500 to date. 75% complete.

Carex

Carex (botany). Kenneth K. Mackenzie, 615 Prospect Street, Maplewood, N. J. 1753 to date. Not arranged except for Californian data published in erythora (University of California).

New York (State)

Bibliography of the flora of New York State. H. D. House, Education Building, Albany, N. Y. 125 entries by author. 1915 to date. Complete. Supplement to bibliography in New York State Museum, Bulletin 188 (1916).

Oregon: Botany

Bibliography of Oregon botany. William E. Lawrence, Corvallis, Ore. 500 entries by author and subject. Up to date. Not complete, especially for taxanomic references to species and references on agriculture.

Plant portraits

Illustrations of species and varieties of phanerogams. Alice C. Atwood, Bureau of Plant Industry, Washington, D. C. 75,000 to 100,000 entries by subject. Supplements Pritzel's Iconum botanicarum index (1861 to 1865). Covers later issues of periodicals indexed in Pritzel, works omitted therein and much current literature. 25% of important material published since.

Polynesia

Salix

Polynesian botany in widest sense. E. D. Merrill, Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I. 600 entries by author. 1753 to date. 75% complete.

Salix (willows). Carleton R. Ball, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 500 entries by author and subject. Covers period of American botanical activity. Abstracts included occasionally. 40% complete.

Amphibia

VERTEBRATES: Anatomy and Morphology

Amphibian skin glands. G. W. Bartelmez, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. 50 entries by author and title. 1857 to date. Complete.

Fish

Comparative osteology of some Bermuda fish. R. W. Shufeldt, 3356 18th Street, Washington, D. C. Covers existing species. Complete. Not for consultation, but may be duplicated for $18.00. Cranial nerve components of ganoid fishes. H. W. Norris, Grinnell, Iowa. 91 entries by author. 1900 to date. 90% complete.

Lymph sinuses

Structure and origin of the lymph sinuses of mammalian lymph nodes and their relation to endothelium and reticulum. Hal Downey, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 52 entries by author. 1854 to date. Complete.

Nervous system

Autonomic (sympathetic) nervous system of vertebrates-anatomy, histology. F. W. Carpenter, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. 1,000 entries by author. 1885 to date. Abstracts included in many cases. Practically all important references.

Nervous system of vertebrates. C. Judson Herrick, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. 12,000 entries by author and subject. 1850 to 1922. Fairly complete for comparative anatomy of fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds and lower mammals. Fragmentary for human beings.

Neurology

Neurology. William F. Allen, University of Oregon Medical School, Portland, Ore. 5,000 entries by author. 1900 to date. Fairly complete.

Odontogenesis

Odontogenesis. J. L. Appleton, Jr., Evans Institute, Philadelphia, Pa. Entries by author. As early as 16th century to date. Abstracts included in part. Complete for English, French and German

literature.

Ovary

Interstitial cells of ovary. Harold T. Mead, Tulane University, New Orleans, La. 75 entries by author. 1917 to date. Abstracts of epochal articles included.

Teeth

Histology and embryology of mammalian teeth. B. M. Patten and S. W. Chase, 1353 East 9th Street, Cleveland, Ohio. Entries by author, title and subject. Up to date. Abstracts included in Fairly complete.

some cases.

Testis

Interstitial cells of testis. Harold T. Mead, Tulane University, New Orleans, La. 75 entries by author. 1915 to date. Abstracts included for epochal articles.

Umbilical arteries

Single umbilical arteries in sympodial monsters. Alden B. Dawson, 706 South Lincoln Street, Chicago, Ill. 125 entries by author, title and subject. 1880 to 1921.

Amphibia

VERTEBRATES: Taxonomy

Amphibians and reptiles of Central and South America. A. G. Ruthven and H. T. Gaige, Museum of Zoology, Ann Arbor, Mich.

Caudata

Fish

A study of the Caudata of the Cayuga Lake Basin. Julia Moesel Haber, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. Entries by author. 1803 to 1918.

Fish of the Great Lake region. T. L. Hankinson, Ypsilanti, Mich. 600 entries. 1850 to 1921. Nearly complete for scientific literature published in America.

Fish of the New World. Carl L. Hubbs and Laura C. Hubbs, Museum of Zoölogy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Several thousand entries by species. Very brief abstracts included. Well under way.

Ichthyology

Ichthyology. Carl L. Hubbs, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 5,000 entries by author and subject. 1767 to 1922.

Lagomorpha

Lagomorpha (mammals). L. R. Dice, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 400 entries. Abstracts included. 10% complete.

Historic period covered.

Mammals

Mammals of America. U. S. Bureau of Biological Survey, Washington, D. C. 5,500 entries. 1743 to 1922. One-tenth complete. For consultation write Chief of Bureau.

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