1  The Carnegie Institution of Washington, D. C. 1902. Octavo, 16 pp.

2  The Carnegie Institution of Washington, D. C. Articles of Incorporation, Deed of Trust, etc. 1902. Octavo, 15 pp.

 The Carnegie Institution of Washington, D. C. Proceedings of the Board of Trustees, January, 1902. 1902. Octavo, 15 pp.

CONARD, HENRY S. The Waterlilies: A Monograph of the Genus Nymphaea. 1905. Quarto, [1]+ xiii + 279 pp., 30 pls., 82 figs

5  BURNHAM, S. W. A General Catalogue of Double Stars within 121° of the North Pole. 1906. Quarto.

  • Part I. The Catalogue. pp. [2] + lv + 1–256r.
  • Part II. Notes to the Catalogue. pp. viii + 257–1086.

COVILLE, FREDERICK VERNON, and DANIEL TREMBLY MACDOUGAL. Desert Botanical Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution. 1903. Octavo, vi + 58 pp., 29 pls., 4 figs.

RICHARDS, THEODORE WILLIAM, and WILFRED NEWSOME STULL. New Method for Determining Compressibility. 1903. Octavo, 45 pp., 5 figs.

FARLOW, WILLIAM G. Bibliographical Index of North American Fungi. Vol. 1, Part 1. Abrothallus to Badhamia. 1905. Octavo, xxxv + 312 pp.

HILL, GEORGE WILLIAM, The Collected Mathematical Works of. Quarto.

  • Vol. I. With introduction by H. POINCARÉ. 1905. xix + 363 pp. +errata, frontispiece.
  • Vol. II. 1906. vii + 339 pp. + errata.
  • Vol. III. 1906. iv + 577 pp.
  • Vol. IV. 1907. vi + 460 pp.

10  NEWCOMB, SIMON. On the Position of the Galactic and Other Principal Planes toward Which the Stars Tend to Crowd. (Contributions to Stellar Statistics, First Paper.) 1904. Quarto, ii + 32 pp.

11  NEWCOMB, SIMON. A Statistical Inquiry into the Probability of Causes of the Production of Sex in Human Offspring. 1904. Octavo, 34 pp., 1 diagram.

12  NOGUCHI, HIDEYO. The Action of Snake Venom upon Cold-Blooded Animals. 1904. Octavo, 16 pp. (Embodied in Publication 111.)

13  ADAMS, EPHRAIM DOUGLASS. The Influence of Grenville on Pitt’s Foreign Policy, 1787- 1798. (Papers of the Bureau of Historical Research.) 1904. Octavo, 79 pp.

14  VAN TYNE, CLAUDE HALSTEAD, and WALDO GIFFORD LELAND. Guide to the Archives of the Government of the United States in Washington. (Papers of the Bureau of Historical Research.) 1904. Octavo, xiii + 215 pp. (See Publication 92.)

15  MOTTIER, DAVID M. Fecundation in Plants. 1904. Octavo, viii + 187 pp., 75 figs.

16  JENNINGS, HERBERT S. Contributions to the Study of the Behavior of Lower Organisms. 1904. Octavo, 256 pp., 81 figs.

17  DORSEY, GEORGE A. Traditions of the Arikara. 1904. Octavo, 202 pp.

18  MORSE, ALBERT PITTS. Researches on North American Acridiidae. 1904. Octavo, 56 pp., 8 pls.

19  ENTEMAN, WILHELMINE M. Coloration in Polistes. 1904. Octavo, 88 pp., 6 PIS., 27 figs.

20  DUERDEN, J. E. The Coral Siderastrea radians and Its Postlarval Development. 1904. Quarto, v + 130 pp., 11 pls., 13 figs.

21  DORSEY, GEORGE A. The Mythology of the Wichita. 1904. Octavo, vi + 351 pp.

22  MCLAUGHLIN, ANDREW C. Report on the Diplomatic Archives of the Department of State, 1789- 1840. (Papers of Bureau of Historical Research, Carnegie Institution of Washington.) 1904. Revised edition, 1906. Octavo, 73 pp.

23  CASTLE, W. E. Heredity of Coat Characters in Guinea-Pigs and Rabbits. (Papers of Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York, No. 1.) 1905. Octavo, 78 pp., 6 pls., 11 figs.

24  MACDOUGAL, D. T., assisted by A. M. VAIL, G. H. SHULL, and J. K. SMALL. Mutants and Hybrids of the Oenotheras. (Papers of Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York, No. 2.) 1905. Octavo, 57 pp., 22 pls., 13 figs.

25  GULICK, JOHN T. Evolution, Racial and Habitudinal. 1905. Octavo, xii + 269 pp., 15 pls.

26  PUMPELLY, RAPHAEL [WILLIAM M. DAVIS, RAPHAEL W. PUMPELLY, and ELLSWORTH HUNTINGTON]. Explorations in Turkestan; with an Account of the Basin of Eastern Persia and Sistan. Expedition of 1903. 1905. Quarto, xii + 324 pp., 7 pls., 174 figs.

27  SMITH, ERWIN F. Bacteria in Relation to Plant Diseases. Quarto.

  • Vol. I. Methods of Work and General Literature of Bacteriology Exclusive of Plant Dis- eases. 1905. xii + 285 pp., 31 pls., 146 figs.
  • Vol. II. History, General Considerations, Vascular Diseases.1911. viii + 368 pp., 22 pls., 149 figs.
  • Vol. III. Vascular Diseases (Continued). 1914. viii + 309 pp., 47 pls., 157 figs.

28  RICHARDS, THEODORE WILLIAM and ROGER CLARK WELLS. A Revision of the Atomic Weights of Sodium and Chlorine. 1905. Octavo, 70 pp.

29  BAIRD, JOHN WALLACE. The Color Sensitivity of the Peripheral Retina. 1905. Octavo, 80 pp., 1 fig.

30  SHULL, GEORGE HARRISON. Stages in the Development of Sium cicutaefolium. (Papers of Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York, No. 3.) 1905. Octavo, 28 pp., 7 pls., 11 figs.

31  DAY, ARTHUR L., E. T. ALLEN, and J. P. IDDINGS. With an introduction by GEORGE F. BECKER. The Isomorphism and Thermal Properties of the Feldspars. 1905. Octavo, 95 pp., 26 pls., 25 figs.

32  DEAN, BASHFORD. Chimaeroid Fishes and Their Development. 1906. Quarto, 194 pp., 11 pls., 144 figs.

33  PARKHURST, JOHN A. Researches in Stellar Photometry during the Years 1894 to 1906, Made Chiefly at the Yerkes Observatory. 1906. Quarto, iv + 192 pp., 13 pls., 39 figs.

34  WIELAND, G. R. American Fossil Cycads. Quarto.

  • Vol. I. Structure. 1906. viii + 296 pp., frontispiece, 50 pls., 142 figs.
  • Vol. II. Taxonomy. 1916. vii + 277 pp., 58 pls., 97 figs.

35  COBLENTZ, WILLIAM W. Investigations of Infra-Red Spectra. 1905. Octavo, vi + 331 pp., 152 figs.

  • Part I. Infra-Red Absorption Spectra. pp. 1-285, figs. 1-132.
  • Part II. Infra-Red Emission Spectra. pp. 287-330, figs. 133-152.

36  STEVENS, N. M. Studies in Spermatogenesis. Octavo.

  • [Part I.] Studies in Spermatogenesis with Especial Reference to the “Accessory Chromo- some.” 1905. pp. 1-32, pls. i-vii.
  • Part II. A Comparative Study of the Heterochromosomes in Certain Species of Coleoptera, Hemiptera, and Lepidoptera, with Especial Reference to Sex Determination. 1906. pp. ii + 33-74, pls. viii-xv.

37  HARPER, R. A. Sexual Reproduction and the Organization of the Nucleus in Certain Mildews. 1905. Octavo, ii + 104 pp., 7 pls.

38  MCLAUGHLIN, ANDREW CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM ADAMS SLADE, and ERNEST DORMAN LEWIS, prepared by. Writings on American History, 1903: A Bibliography of Books and Articles on United States History Published during the Year 1903, with Some Memoranda on Other Portions of America. (Papers of the Bureau of Historical Research.) 1905. Octavo, xv + 172 pp.

39  Handbook of Learned Societies and Institutions: America. [Edited under the supervision of J. David Thompson.] 1908. Octavo, viii + 592 pp.

40  BARUS, CARL. The Nucleation of the Uncontaminated Atmosphere. 1906. Octavo, xii + 152 pp., 1 pl., 104 figs.

41  DORSEY, GEORGE A. Traditions of the Caddo. 1905. Octavo, 136 pp.

42  ATWATER, W. O., and F. G. BENEDICT. A Respiration Calorimeter, with Appliances for the Direct Determination of Oxygen. 1905. Octavo, ix + 193 pp., 49 figs.

43  PETERS, C. H. F. Edited for publication by EDWIN B. FROST. Heliographic Positions of Sun- Spots, Observed at Hamilton College from 1860 to 1870. 1907. Quarto, xiii + 189 pp.

44  SCRIPTURE, E. W. Researches in Experimental Phonetics. The Study of Speech Curves. 1906. Quarto, 204 pp., 13 pls., 106 figs.

45  FURNESS, CAROLINE E. Catalogue of Stars within Two Degrees of the North Pole, Deduced from Photographic Measures Made at Vassar College Observatory. 1905. Octavo, 85 pp.

46  ADAMS, FRANK D., and ERNEST G. COKER. An Investigation into the Elastic Constants of Rocks, More Especially with Reference to Cubic Compressibility. 1906. Octavo, ii + 69 pp., 16 pls., 26 figs.

47  MAYER, ALFRED G. Rhythmical Pulsation in Scyphomedusae. 1906. Octavo, ii 62 pp., 2 pls., 36 figs.

48  TOWER, WILLIAM LAWRENCE. An Investigation of Evolution in Chrysomelid Beetles of the Genus Leptinotarsa. (Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York, No. 4.) 1906. Octavo, x + 320 pp. + errata, 30 pls., 31 figs.

49  [Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution, Nos. 5, 6] 1906. Octavo, 29 pp., 2 figs.

  • CASTLE, W. E., and ALEXANDER FORBES. Heredity of Hair-Length in Guinea-Pigs and Its Bearing on the Theory of Pure Gametes. (Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York, No. 5.) pp. 3-14, 2 figs.
  • CASTLE, W. E. The Origin of a Polydactylous Race of Guinea-Pigs. (Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York, No. 6.) pp. 15-29.

50  LIVINGSTON, BURTON EDWARD. The Relation of Desert Plants to Soil Moisture and to Evaporation. 1906. Octavo, 78 pp., 16 figs.

51  STEVENS, N. M. Studies on the Germ Cells of Aphids. 1906. Octavo, 28 pp., 4 pls.

52  DAVENPORT, C. B. Inheritance in Poultry. (Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution, No. 7.) 1906. Octavo, v + 136 pp., 17 pls., 4 figs.

53  MÜLLER, W. Max. Egyptological Researches. Quarto

54  WILLIS, BAILEY, and others. Research in China. [Atlas.] WILLIS, BAILEY, geologist in charge. Geographical and Geological Maps. 1906. Large folio, ii pp., 42 sheets, map on title page.

  • Vol. 1. 1907. Quarto.
    • Part I. WILLIS, BAILEY, ELIOT BLACTCWELDIER, and R. H. SARGENT. Descriptive Topography and Geology. pp. [2] + xiv + 1-353, pls. i-li, 65 figs.
    • Part II. BLACKWELDER, ELIOT, Petrography and Zoology. HIRTH, FRIEDRICH, Syllabary for the Transcription of Chinese Sounds. pp. [2] + iv + 355-528 + xxiv, pls. lii-lxiii.
  • Vol. 2. WILLIS, BAILEY. Systematic Geology. 1907. Quarto, v + 133 + v pp., 8 pls.
  • Vol. 3. [Paleontology.] 1913. Quarto, [2] + vi + [11 + 375 pp., 29 pls., 9 figs.
    • WALCOTT, CHARLES D. The Cambrian Faunas of China. pp. [1] + 1-276, pls. 1-24, 9 figs.
    • WELLER, STUART. A Report on Ordovician Fossils Collected in Eastern Asia in 1903-04. pp. 277-294, pls. 25-26.
    • GIRTY, GEORGE H. A Report on Upper Paleozoic Fossils Collected in China in 1903-04. pp. 295-334, pls. 27-29.

55  CASE, E. C. Revision of the Pelycosauria of North America. 1907. Quarto, ii + 176 pp., 35 pls., 81 figs.

56  RICHARDS, THEODORE WILLIAM, and GEORGE SHANNON FORBES. Energy Changes Involved in the Dilution of Zinc and Cadmium Amalgams. 1906. Octavo, iii + 68 pp., 10 figs.

57  WASHINGTON, HENRY S. The Roman Comagmatic Region. 1906. Octavo, vi + 199 pp., 3 figs.

58  PEARL, RAYMOND, with the assistance of OLIVE M. PEPPER and FLORENCE J. HAGLE. Variation and Differentiation in Ceratophyllum. 1907. Octavo, 136 pp., 2 pls., 26 figs.

59  DORSEY, GEORGE A. The Pawnee: Mythology (Part I). 1906. Octavo, ii + 546 pp.

60  JONES, HARRY C., with the assistance of F. H. GETMAN, H. P. BASSETT, L. MCMASTER, and H. S. UHLER. Hydrates in Aqueous Solution. Evidence for the Existence of Hydrates in Solution, Their Approximate Composition, and Certain Spectroscopic Investigations Bearing upon the Hydrate Problem. 1907. Octavo, [2] + ix + 264 pp., 35 pls., 76 figs.

61  RICHARDS, THEODORE WILLIAM, and GUSTAVUS EDWARD BEHR, JR. The Electromotive Force of Iron under Varying Conditions, and the Effect of Occluded Hydrogen. 1906. Octavo, 43 pp., 6 figs.

62  BARUS, CARL. Condensation of Vapor as Induced by Nuclei and Ions. 1907. Octavo, ix + 164 pp., 66 figs.

63  The Electrical Conductivity of Aqueous Solutions. A report presented by ARTHUR A. NOYES upon a series of experimental investigations executed by A. A. NOYES, W. D. COOLIDGE, A. C. MELCHER, H. C. COOPER, YOGORO KATO, R. B. SOSMAN, G. W. EASTMAN, C. W. KANOLT, and W. BÖTTGER. 1907. Octavo, vi + 352 pp., 20 figs.

64  PEARL, RAYMOND, and A. B. CLAWSON. Variation and Correlation in the Crayfish, with Special Reference to the Influence of Differentiation and Homology of Parts. 1907. Octavo, ii + 70 pp., 8 figs.

65  COBLENTZ, WILLIAM W. Investigations of Infra-Red Spectra. 1906. Octavo, 128 pp., 93 figs.

  • Part III. Infra-Red Transmission Spectra. pp. 5-70, figs. 1-58.
  • Part IV. Infra-Red Reflection Spectra. pp. 71-127, figs. 59-93.

66  GOSS, WILLIAM F. M. High Steam-Pressure in Locomotive Service. 1907. Octavo, 6 + 144 pp., 120 figs., 47 diagrams.

67  BANTA, ARTHUR M. The Fauna of Mayfield’s Cave. 1907. Octavo, 114 pp., 2 pls., 13 figs.

68  MORSE, ALBERT PITTS. Further Researches on North American Acridildae. 1907. Octavo, 54pp., frontispiece, 9 pls., 1 fig.

69  RICHARDS, THEODORE WILLIAM, in collaboration with ARTHUR STAEHLER, GEORGE SHANNON FORBES, EDWARD MUELLER, and GRINNELL JONES. Further Researches Concerning the Atomic Weights of Potassium, Silver, Chlorine, Bromine, Nitrogen, and Sulphur. 1907. Octavo, 88 pp., 4 figs.

70  MACCURDY, HANSFORD, and W. E. CASTLE. Selection and Cross-Breeding in Relation to the Inheritance of Coat-Pigments and Coat-Patterns in Rats and Guinea-Pigs. (Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution, No. 8.) 1907. Octavo, iii + 50 pp., 2 pls., 5 figs.

71  UHLER, H. S., and R. W. WOOD. Atlas of Absorption Spectra. 1907. Quarto, ii + 59 pp., 26 pls., 7 figs.

72  NEWCOMB, SIMON, assisted by FRANK E. ROSS. Investigation of Inequalities in the Motion of the Moon Produced by the Action of the Planets. 1907. Quarto, viii + 160 pp., 2 figs.

73  PUMPELLY, RAPHAEL, edited by. Explorations in Turkestan. Expedition of 1904. Prehistoric Civilizations of Anau: Origins, Growth, and Influence of Environment. 1908. Quarto.

  • Vol. I. [Reports by] RAPHAEL PUMPELLY and HUBERT SCHMIDT, [with contributions by] HOMER H. KIDDER, ELLSWORTH HUNTINGTON, and F. A. GOOCH. pp. xxxv + 1-240 + vi, pls. 1-60, figs. 1-430.
  • Vol. II. [Reports by] R. WELLES PUMPELLY and J. ULRICH DUERST, [with contributions by] G. SERGI, TH. MOLLISON, H. C. SCHELLENBERG, and LANGDON WARNER. pp. x + 241-494 + x, pls. 61-97, figs. 431-548.

74  SOMMER, H. OSKAR. The Vulgate Version of the Arthurian Romances, Edited from Manuscripts in the British Museum. Quarto.

75  HAY, OLIVER PERRY. The Fossil Turtles of North America. 1908. Quarto, iv + 568 pp., 113 pls., 704 figs.

76  RICHARDS, THEODORE WILLIAM, in collaboration with W. N. STULL, F. N. BRINK, and F. BONNET, JR. The Compressibilities of the Elements and Their Periodic Relations. 1907. Octavo, 67 pp., 8 figs.

77  BENEDICT, FRANCIS GANO. The Influence of Inanition on Metabolism. 1907. Octavo, [2] + v+ 542 pp., 4 figs.

78  SHAW, JAMES BYRNIE. Synopsis of Linear Associative Algebra: A Report on Its Natural Development and Results Reached up to the Present Time. 1907. Quarto, 145 pp.

79  DURAND, W. F. Researches on the Performance of the Screw Propeller. 1907. Octavo, 61 pp., 85 figs.

80  JONES, HARRY C., and C. F. LINDSAY, C. G. CARROLL, H. P. BASSETT, E. C. BINGHAM, C. A. ROUILLER, L. MCMASTER, and W. R. VEAZEY. Conductivity and Viscosity in Mixed Solvents: A Study of the Conductivity and Viscosity of Solutions of Certain Electrolytes in Water, Methyl Alcohol, Ethyl Alcohol, and Acetone; and in Binary Mixtures of These Solvents. 1907. Octavo, v + 235 pp., 103 figs.

81  MACDOUGAL, D. T., A. M. VAIL, and G. H. SHULL. Mutations, Variations, and Relationships of the Oenotheras. (Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution, No. 9.)            1907. Octavo, ii + 92 pp., 22 pls., 73 figs.

82  LLOYD, FRANCIS ERNEST. The Physiology of Stomata. 1908. Octavo, 142 pp., 14   pls., 40 figs.

83  PEREZ, LUIS MARINO. Guide to the Materials for American History in Cuban Archives. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1907. Octavo, x + 142 pp.

84  OSBORNE, THOMAS B. The Proteins of the Wheat Kernel. 1907. Octavo, 119 pp.

85  HASSE, ADELAIDE R. Index of Economic Material in Documents of the States of the United States. Prepared for the Department of Economics and Sociology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Quarto.

86  PETERS, CHRISTIAN HEINRICH FRIEDRICH, and EDWARD BALL KNOBEL. Ptolemy’s Catalogue of Stars: A Revision of the Almagest. 1915. Quarto, iv + 307 pp., 4 pls., 4 figs.

87  The California Earthquake of April 18, 1906. Report of the State Earthquake Investigation Com- mission. 1908. ANDREW C. LAWSON, Chairman.

    • Part I. pp. xviii + 1-254, pls. 1-98, figs. 1-54.
    • Part II. pp. iv + 255-451, pls. 99-146, figs. 55-69.
  • Vol. II. REID, HARRY FIELDING. The Mechanics of the Earthquake. 1910. Quarto, viii + 200 pp., 2 pls., 62 figs.
  • LAWSON, ANDREW C., G. K. GILBERT, H. F. REID, J. C. BRANNER, A. O. LEUSCHNER, GEORGE DAVIDSON, CHARLES BURCKHALTER, and W. W. CAMPBELL. Atlas of Maps and Seismograms. 1908. Large folio, iii pp., 25 maps, 15 sheets seismograms. See Atlas courtesy of the David Rumsey Map Collection, David Rumsey Map Center, Stanford Libraries.

88  BJERKNES, V., and different collaborators. Dynamic Meteorology and Hydrography.

  • Part I. BJERKNES, V., and J. W. SANDSTRÖM. Statics. 1910. Quarto, iv + 146 pp., figs. 1-31. [Hydrographic Tables, pp. 1A-36A; Meteorological Tables, pp. IB-30B; Appendix to Meteorological and Hydrographic Tables, pp. IC-22C.]
  • Part II. BJERKNES, V., TH. HESSELBERG, and O. DEVIK. Kinematics. 1911. Quarto, vii + 175 pp., figs. 32-113.Plates. 1911. Large folio, 60 separate plates in board cover.

89  HODELL, CHARLES W. The Old Yellow Book: Source of Browning’s “The Ring and the Book.” In Complete Photo-Reproduction, with Translation, Essay, and Notes. 1908. Second edition, 1916. Octavo, 7 + [4] + cclxii + [2] + 346 pp., 4 pls.

90  ANDREWS, CHARLES M., and FRANCES G. DAVENPORT. Guide to the Manuscript Materials for the History of the United States to 1783, in the British Museum, in Minor London Archives, and in the Libraries of Oxford and Cambridge. 1908. Octavo, xiv + 499 pp.

90A   ANDREWS, CHARLES M. Guide to the Materials for American History, to 1783, in the Public Record Office of Great Britain. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) Octavo.

90B  PAULLIN, CHARLES O., and FREDERIC L. PAXSON. Guide to the Materials in London Archives for the History of the United States since 1783. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1914. Octavo, xi + 642 pp.

91  SHEPHERD, WILLIAM R. Guide to the Materials for the History of the United States in Spanish Archives (Simancas, the Archivo Histórico Nacional, and Seville). (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1907. Octavo, ii + 107 pp.

92  VAN TYNE, CLAUDE HALSTEAD, and WALDO GIFFORD LELAND. Guide to the Archives of the Government of the United States in Washington. Second edition [of Publication 141, revised and enlarged by W. G. LELAND. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1907. Octavo, xiii + 327 pp.

93  HALE, GEORGE E., and PHILIP Fox. The Rotation Period of the Sun As Determined from the Motions of the Calcium Flocculi. 1908. Octavo, ii + 54 pp:, 2 pls., 5 figs.

94  CONARD, HENRY SHOEMAKER. The Structure and Life-History of the Hay-Scented Fern. 1908. Octavo, 56 pp., 25 pls.

95  DAVENPORT, CHARLES B. Inheritance in Canaries. (Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution, No. 10.) 1908. Octavo, 26 pp., 3 pls.

96  BARUS, CARL. Condensation of Vapor As Induced by Nuclei and Ions. Octavo.

97  COBLENTZ, WILLIAM W. Supplementary Investigations of Infra-Red Spectra. 1908. Octavo, 183 pp., 107 figs.

  • Part V. Infra-Red Reflection Spectra. pp. 7-38 , figs. 1-24.
  • Part VI. Infra-Red Transmission Spectra. pp. 39-68, figs. 25-46.
  • Part VII. Infra-Red Emission Spectra. pp. 69-182, figs. 47-107.

98  [Studies at the Desert Laboratory.] 1908. Octavo.

99  MACDOUGAL, DANIEL TREMBLY. Botanical Features of North American Deserts. 1908. Octavo, iii + 111 pp., 62 pls., 6 figs.

100 WARD, WILLIAM HAYES. The Seal Cylinders of Western Asia. 1910. Second printing, 1919. Quarto, xxxi + 428 pp., 1529 figs.

101  LUTZ, FRANK E. The Variation and Correlations of Certain Taxonomic Characters of Gryllus. (Paper No. 11 of Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1908. Octavo, 63 pp., 6 figs.

102  Papers from the Tortugas Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. I. 1908. Octavo, v + 191 pp., 43 pls., 31 figs.

  • I. JORDAN, H. E. The Germinal Spot in Echinoderm Eggs. pp.1-15, 13 figs.
  • II. JORDAN, H. E. The Spermatogenesis of Aplopus mayeri. pp.13-36, 5 pls.
  • III. JORDAN, H. E. The Relation of the Nucleolus to the Chromosomes in the Primary Oöcyte of Asterias forbesii. pp. 37-72, 7 pls.
  • IV. The Pelagic Tunicata of the Gulf Stream. [No Part I.] Part II, WILLIAM KEITH BROOKS, Salpa floridana (Apstein). Part III, WILLIAM KEITH BROOKS, The Subgenus Cyclosalpa. Part IV, WILLIAM KEITH BROOKS and CARL KELLNER, On Oikopleura tortugensis, n. sp., a New Appendicularian from the Tortugas, with Notes on Its Embryology. pp. 73-94, 8 pls., 3 figs.
  • V. BROOKS, WILLIAM KEITH, and BARTJIS MCGLONE. The Origin of the Lung of Ampullaria. pp. 95-104, 7 pls.
  • VI. MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. The Annual Breeding-Swarm of the Atlantic Palolo. pp. 105-112, 1 pl.
  • VII. MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. Rhythmical Pulsation in Scyphomedusae— II. pp. 113-131, 13 figs.
  • VIII. PERKINS, H. F. Notes on Medusae of the Western Atlantic. pp. 133-156, 4 pls.
  • IX. LINTON, EDWIN. Helminth Fauna of the Dry Tortugas. I. Cestodes. pp. 157-190, 11 pls.
  • X. EDMONDSON, C. H. A Variety of Anisonema vitrea. P. 191, 2 figs.

103  Papers from the Tortugas Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. II. 1908. Octavo, v + 325 pp., 41 pls., 53 figs. Paper, $1.00; cloth, $1.50

  • I. COWLES, R. P. Habits, Reactions, and Associations in Ocypoda arenaria. pp. 1-41, 4 pls., 10 figs.
  • II. STOCKARD, CHARLES R. Habits, Reactions, and Mating Instincts of the “Walking Stick,” Aplopus mayeri. pp. 43-59, 3 pls., 1 fig.
  • III. STOCKARD, CHARLES R. Studies of Tissue Growth. I. An Experimental Study of the Rate of Regeneration in Cassiopea xamachana (Bigelow). pp. 61-102, 29 figs.
  • IV. ZELENY, CHARLES. Some Internal Factors Concerned with the Regeneration of the Chelae of the Gulf-Weed Crab (Portunus sayi). pp. 103-138, 2 figs., 18 tables.
  • V. CHAPMAN, FRANK M. A Contribution to the Life-Histories of the Booby (Suloleucogastra) and Man-o’-War Bird (Fregata aquila). pp. 139-151, 6 pls.
  • VI. CONKLIN, EDWIN G. The Habits and Early Development of Linerges mercurius.
  • pp. 153-170, 8 pls., 2 figs.
  • VII. CONKLIN, EDWIN G. Two Peculiar Actinian Larvae from Tortugas, Florida. pp. 171-186, 4 pls., 5 figs.
  • VIII. WATSON, JOHN B. The Behavior of Noddy and Sooty Terns. pp. 187-255, 11 pls., 4 figs.
  • IX REIGHARD, JACOB. An Experimental Field-Study of Warning Coloration in Coral- Reef Fishes. pp. 257-325, 5 pls.

104  EIGENMANN, CARL H. Cave Vertebrates of America: A Study in Degenerative Evolution. 1909. Quarto, ix + 241 pp., frontispiece, 30pls., 72 figs.

105  LEHMER, DERRICK NORMAN. Factor Table for the First Ten Millions, Containing the Smallest Factor of Every Number Not Divisible by 2, 3, 5, or 7 between the Limits 0 and 10017000. 1909. Folio, [1] + xiv + [4] + 0-476 pp.

106  CHAMBERLIN, ROLLIN THOMAS. The Gases in Rocks. (Contributions to Cosmogony and the Fundamental Problems of Geology.) 1908. Octavo, 80 pp., 2 figs.

107  CHAMBERLIN, T. C., F. R. MOULTON, C. S. SLICHTER, W. D. MACMILLAN, ARTHUR C. LUNN, and JULIUS STIEGLITZ. The Tidal and Other Problems. (Contributions to Cosmogony and the Fundamental Problems of Geology.) 1909. Octavo, iv + 264 pp., 19 figs.

  • I. The Tidal Problem:
    • CHAMBERLIN, THOMAS CHROWDER. The Former Rates of the Earth’s Rotation and Their Bearings on Its Deformation. pp. 3-59, figs. 1-6.
    • SLICHTER, CHARLES S. The Rotation-Period of a Heterogeneous Spheroid. pp. 61-67, figs. 7.
    • MACMILLAN, WILLIAM D. On the Loss of Energy by Friction of the Tides. pp. 69-75, figs. 8.
    • MOULTON, FOREST RAY. On Certain Relations among the Possible Changes in the Motions of Mutually Attracting Spheres When Disturbed by Tidal Interactions. pp. 77-133, figs. 9-16.
    • MOULTON, FOREST RAY. Notes on the Possibility of Fission of a Contracting Rotating Fluid Mass. pp. 135-160, figs. 17-19.
    • CHAMBERLIN, THOMAS CHROWDER. The Bearing of Molecular Activity on Spontaneous Fission in Gaseous Spheroids. pp. 161-167.
  • II. LUNN, ARTHUR C. Geophysical Theory under the Planetesimal Hypothesis. pp. 169- 231.
  • III. STIEGLITZ, JULIUS. The Relations of Equilibrium between the Carbon Dioxide of the Atmosphere and the Calcium Sulphate, Calcium Carbonate, and Calcium Bicarbonate of Water Solutions in Contact with It. pp. 233-264.

108  VAN DEMAN, ESTHER BOISE. The Atrium Vestae. 1909.Octavo, xi + 47 pp., frontispiece, 10 pls., 6 plans.

109  MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. The Medusae of the World. 1910. Quarto.

110  JONES, HARRY C., and JOHN A. ANDERSON. The Absorption Spectra of Solutions of Certain Salts of Cobalt, Nickel, Copper, Iron, Chromium, Neodymium, Praseodymium, and Erbium in Water, Methyl Alcohol, Ethyl Alcohol, and Acetone, and in Mixtures of Water with the Other Solvents. 1909. Octavo, vii + 110 pp., 81 pls.

111  NOGUCHI, HIDEYO. Snake Venoms: An Investigation of Venomous Snakes with Special Reference to the Phenomena of Their Venoms. 1909. Octavo, xix + 315 pp., frontispiece, 33 pls., 16 figs.

112  SHULL, GEORGE HARRISON. Bursa bursa-pastoris and Bursa heegeri: Biotypes and Hybrids. (Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution No. 12.) 1909. Octavo, 57 pp., 4 pls., 23 figs.

113  SPALDING, VOLNEY M. Distribution and Movements of Desert Plants. 1909. Octavo, v + 144 pp., 31 pls., 3 figs.

114  CASTLE, W. E., in collaboration with H. E. WALTER, R. C. MULLENIX, and S. COBB. Studies of Inheritance in Rabbits. (Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution, No. 13.) 1909. Octavo, 70 pp., 4 pls., 4 figs.

115  BOSS, LEWIS. Preliminary General Catalogue of 6188 Stars for the Epoch 1900, Including Those Visible to the Naked Eye and Other Well-Determined Stars. Prepared at the Dudley Observatory, Albany, New York. 1910. Second printing, 1915, with sheet of corrections to first edition. Quarto, [2] + iii + xxxvii + 345 pp.

116  REICHERT, EDWARD TYSON, and AMOS PEASLEE BROWN. The Differentiation and Specificity of Corresponding Proteins and Other Vital Substances in Relation to Biological Classification and Organic Evolution: The Crystallography of Hemoglobins. 1909. Quarto, xix + 338 pp., 100 pls., 411 figs.

117  CANNON, WILLIAM AUSTIN. Studies in Heredity as Illustrated by the Trichomes of Species and Hybrids of Juglans, Oenothera, Papaver, and Solanum. 1909. Octavo, iii + 67 pp., 10 pls., 21 figs.

118  RICHARDS, THEODORE WILLIAM, with the collaboration of J. HUNT WILSON and R. N. GARROD-THOMAS. Electrochemical Investigation of Liquid Amalgams of Thallium, Indium, Tin, Zinc, Cadmium, Lead, Copper, and Lithium. 1909. Octavo, iii + 72 pp., 12 figs.

119  PERRINE, CHARLES D., with the assistance of HAROLD K. PALMER, FREDRICA C. MOORE, and ADELAIDE M. HOBE. Determination of the Solar Parallax from Photographs of Eros Made with the Crossley Reflector of the Lick Observatory, University of California. 1910. Quarto, v + 98 pp., 1 pl., 2 figs.

120  DECKER, FLOYD FISKE. The Symmetric Function Tables of the Fifteenthic. Including an Historical Summary of Symmetric Functions as Relating to Symmetric Function Tables. 1910. Folio, 21 pp.

121  DAVENPORT, CHARLES B. Inheritance of Characteristics in Domestic Fowl. (Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution, No. 14.) 1909. Quarto, iii + 100 pp., 12 pls., 2 figs.

122  JOHNSON, ROSWELL H. Determinate Evolution in the Color-Pattern of the Lady-Beetles. (Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution No. 15.) 1910. Octavo, iv + 104 pp., 92 figs.

123  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and THORNE M. CARPENTER. Respiration Calorimeters for Studying the Respiratory Exchange and Energy Transformations of Man. 1910. Octavo, vii + 102 pp., 32 figs.

124  ROBERTSON, JAMES ALEXANDER. List of Documents in Spanish Archives Relating to the History of the United States, Which Have Been Printed or of Which Transcripts Are Preserved in American Libraries. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1910. Octavo, xv + 368 pp.

125  RICHARDS, THEODORE W., and HOBART HURD WILLARD. Determinations of Atomic Weights. 1910. Octavo, iv + 113 pp., 4 figs.

  • RICHARDS, THEODORE W., and HOBART HURD WILLARD. Further Investigation Concerning the Atomic Weights of Silver, Lithium, and Chlorine. pp. 1-49, 4 figs.
  • RICHARDS, THEODORE W. The Harvard Determinations of Atomic Weights, between 1870 and 1910. pp. 51-94.
  • RICHARDS, THEODORE W. Methods Used in Precise Chemical Investigation. pp. 95- 113.

126  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and THORNE M. CARPENTER. The Metabolism and Energy Transformations of Healthy Man during Rest. 1910. Octavo, ix + 255 pp.

127  GOSS, WILLIAM F. M. Superheated Steam in Locomotive Service. 1910. Octavo, v + 144 pp., 88 figs., 2l diagrams.

128  FISH, CARL RUSSELL. Guide to the Materials for American History in Roman and Other Italian Archives. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1911. Octavo, ix + 289 pp.

129  MACDOUGAL, D. T., and W. A. CANNON. The Conditions of Parasitism in Plants. 1910. Octavo, iii + 60 pp., 10 pls., 2 figs.

130  JONES, HARRY C., and W. W. STRONG. A Study of the Absorption Spectra of Solutions of Certain Salts of Potassium, Cobalt, Nickel, Copper, Chromium, Erbium, Praseodymium, Neodymium, and Uranium as Affected by Chemical Agents and by Temperature. 1910. Octavo, ix + 159 pp., 98 pls., 1 diagram.

131  CANNON, WILLIAM AUSTIN. The Root Habits of Desert Plants. 1911. Octavo, 96 pp., 23 pls., 17 figs.

132  Papers from the Tortugas Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. III. 1911. Octavo, v + 151 pp., 17 pls., 38 figs.

  • I. MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. The Converse Relation between Ciliary and Neuro-Muscular Movements. pp. 1-25, 8 figs.
  • II. HARVEY, E. NEWTON. Effect of Different Temperatures on the Medusa Cassiopea, with Special Reference to the Rate of Conduction of the Nerve Impulse. pp. 27-39, 5 figs.
  • III. STOCKARD, CHARLES R. The Influence of Regenerating Tissue on the Animal Body. pp. 41-48, 3 figs.
  • IV. HARGITT, CHARLES W. Cradactis variabilis: An Apparently New Tortugan Actinian. pp. 49-53, 1 pl.
  • V. MCCLENDON, J. F. On Adaptations in Structure and Habits of Some Marine Animals of Tortugas, Florida. pp. 55-62, 2 pls., 1 fig.
  • VI. MAST, S. O. Behavior of the Loggerhead Turtle in Depositing Its Eggs. pp. 63-67.
  • VII. HOOKER, DAVENPORT. Certain Reactions to Color in the Young Loggerhead Turtle. pp. 69-76, 2 pls., 1 fig.
  • VIII. STROMSTEN, FRANK A. A Contribution to the Anatomy and Development of the Posterior Lymph Hearts of the Turtles. pp. 77-87, 2 pls., 5 figs.
  • IX. HARTMEYER, R. Polycitor (Eudistoma) mayeri nov. sp., from the Tortugas. pp. 89- 93, 1 pl.
  • X. COWLES, R. P. Reaction to Light and Other Points in the Behavior of the Starfish. pp. 95-110, 6 figs.
  • XI. TENNENT, DAVID HILT, and V. H. KEILLER. The Anatomy of Pentaceros reticulatas. pp. 111-116, 3 pls., 2 figs.
  • XII. TENNENT, DAVID HILT. Echinoderm Hybridization. pp. 117-151, 6 pls., 7 figs.

133  Papers from the Tortugas Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. IV. 1910. Octavo, v + 185 pp., 43 pls., 17 figs.

  • PRATT, HENRY S. Monocotyle floridana, a New Monogenetic Trematode. pp. 1-9, 11 figs.
  • LINTON, EDWIN. Helminth Fauna of the Dry Tortugas. II. Trematodes. pp. 11-98, 28 pls.
  • VAUGHAN, THOMAS WAYLAND. A Contribution to the Geologic History of the Floridian Plateau. pp. 99 185, 15 pls., 6 figs.

134  CHURCHILL, WILLIAM. The Polynesian Wanderings: Tracks of the Migration Deduced from an Examination of the Proto-Samoan Content of Efaté and Other Languages of Melanesia. 1911. Octavo, ix + 516 pp., 2 pls.

135  BAXTER, GREGORY PAUL, in collaboration with M. A. HINES, H. L. FREVERT, J. HUNT WILSON, F. B. COFFIN, G. S. TILLEY, EDWARD MUELLER, R. H. JESSE, JR., and GRINNELL JONES. Researches upon the Atomic Weights of Cadmium, Manganese, Bromine, Lead, Arsenic, Iodine, Silver, Chromium, and Phosphorus. 1910. Octavo, vii + 185 pp., 5 figs.

136  BENEDICT, FRANCIS CT., and ELLIOTT P. JOSLIN. Metabolism in Diabetes Mellitus. 1910. Octavo, vi + 234 pp., frontispiece, 2 figs.

137  ALLISON, WILLIAM HENRY. Inventory of Unpublished Material for American Religious History in Protestant Church Archives and Other Repositories. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1910. Octavo, vii + 254 pp.

138  ADAMS, WALTER S., assisted by JENNIE B. LASBY. An Investigation of the Rotation Period of the Sun by Spectroscopic Methods. (Papers of the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory, Vol. I, Part I.) 1911. Quarto, iii + 132 pp., 2 pls., 5 figs.

139  LLOYD, FRANCIS ERNEST. Guayule (Parthenium argentatum Gray): A Rubber-Plant of the Chihuahuan Desert. 1911. Second printing, 1942. Octavo, viii + 213 pp., 46 pls., 20 figs. With reprint of “Mode of Occurrence of Caoutchouc in the Guayule, Parthenium argentatum Gray, and Its Function” (Plant Physiology, vol. 7, pp. 132-138, 1932)

140  CAMPBELL, DOUGLAS HOUGHTON. The Eusporangiatae: The Comparative Morphology of the Ophioglossaceae and Marattiaceae. 1911. Quarto, vi + 229 pp., 13 pls., 192 figs.

141  MACDOUGAL, D. T., and E. S. SPALDING. The Water Balance of Succulent Plants. 1910. Octavo, iii + 77 pp., 8 pls., 16 figs.

142  LONG, J. A., and E. L. MARK. The Maturation of the Egg of the Mouse. 1911. Octavo, iv + 72 pp., 7 pls., 7 figs.

143  LUTZ, FRANK E. Experiments with Drosophila ampelophila Concerning Evolution. (Paper No. 16 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1911. Octavo, iii + 40 pp., 53 figs.

144  CASTLE, W. E., and JOHN C. PHILLIPS. On Germinal Transplantation in Vertebrates. (Paper No. 17 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1911. Octavo, ii + 26 pp., 2 pls.

145  CASE, E. C. A Revision of the Cotylosauria of North America. 1911. Quarto, v + 122 pp., 14 pls., 52 figs.

146  CASE, E. C. Revision of the Amphibia and Pisces of the Permian of North America. With a description of Permian insects, by E. H. SELLARDS; and a discussion of the fossil fishes, by Louis HUSSAKOF. 1911. Quarto, vii + 179 pp., 32 pls., 56 figs.

147  RUSSELL, HENRY NORRIS. Determinations of Stellar Parallax. Based upon photographs taken at the Cambridge Observatory by ARTHUR R. HINKS and the writer; with magnitudes and spectra determined at the Harvard College Observatory under direction of Professor E. C. PICKERING. 1911. Quarto, v + 142 pp.

148  PARKER, DAVID W. Calendar of Papers in Washington Archives Relating to the Territories of the United States (to 1873). (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1911. Octavo, 476 pp.

149  BARUS, CARL. The Production of Elliptic Interferences in Relation to Interferometry. Octavo

  • Part I. 1911. pp. vi + 1-77, figs. 1-33.
  • Part II. 1912. pp. vi + 79-168, figs. 34-64.
  • Part III. 1914. pp. vi + 169-273, figs. 65-119.

150  LEARNED, MARION DEXTER. Guide to the Manuscript Materials Relating to American History in the German State Archives. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1912. Octavo, vii + 352 pp.

151  STAGER, HENRY WALTER. A Sylow Factor Table of the First Twelve Thousand Numbers, Giving the Possible Number of Sylow Sub-groups of a Group of Given Order between the Limits of 0 and 12000. 1916. Quarto, x + 120 pp., 1 pl.

152  NICHOLS, EDWARD L., and ERNEST MERRITT. Studies in Luminescence. 1912. Octavo, vii + 225 pp., 190 figs.

153  KING, ARTHUR S. The Influence of a Magnetic Field upon the Spark Spectra of Iron and Titanium. (Papers of the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory, Vol. 11, Part 1) 1912. Quarto, iii + 66 pp., 6 pls., 3 figs.

154  CHURCHILL, WILLIAM. Beach-la-mar: The Jargon or Trade Speech of the Western Pacific. 1911. Octavo, iii + 54 pp.

155  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and EDGAR P. SLACK. A Comparative Study of Temperature Fluctuations in Different Parts of the Human Body. 1911. Octavo, v + 73 pp., 38 figs.

156  OSBORNE, THOMAS B., and LAFAYETTE B. MENDEL, with the co-operation of EDNA L. FERRY. Feeding Experiments with Isolated Food-Substances. 1911. Octavo.

  • Part I. pp. ii + 1-53, 1 fig., charts i-xxi.
  • Part II. pp. iii + 55-138, 2 pls., charts xxii-cxxix.

157  DAY, ARTHUR L., and ROBERT B. SOSMAN. High Temperature Gas Thermometry. With an investigation of the metals, by E. T. ALLEN. 1911. Octavo, vi + 129 pp., frontispiece, 18 figs.

158  WRIGHT, FRED. EUGENE. The Methods of Petrographic-Microscopic Research: Their Relative Accuracy and Range of Application. 1911. Octavo, 204 pp., 11 pls., 118 figs.

159  HOWARD, LELAND O., HARRISON G. DYAR, and FREDERICK KNAB. The Mosquitoes of North and Central America and the West Indies. Octavo.

160  JONES, HARRY C., and W. W. STRONG. The Absorption Spectra of Solutions of Comparatively Rare Salts, Including Those of Gadolinium, Dysprosium, and Samarium; the Spectrophotography of Certain Chemical Reactions; and the Effect of High Temperature on the Absorption Spectra of Non-aqueous Solutions. 1911. Octavo, viii + 112 pp., 67 pls., 4 figs.

161  MOULTON, F. R., in collaboration with DANIEL BUCHANAN, THOMAS BUCK, FRANK L. GRIFFIN, WILLIAM R. LONGLEY, and WILLIAM D. MACMILLAN. Periodic Orbits. 1920. Quarto, xv + 524 pp., 50 figs.

162  MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. Ctenophores of the Atlantic Coast of North America. 1912. Octavo, ii + 58 pp., 17 pls., 12 figs.

163  BOLTON, HERBERT E. Guide to Materials for the History of the United States in the Principal Archives of Mexico. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1913. Octavo, xv + 553 pp.

164  COBLENTZ, WILLIAM W. A Physical Study of the Firefly. 1912. Octavo, 47 pp., 1 pl., 14 figs.

165  LEHMER, DERRICK NORMAN. List of Prime Numbers from 1 to 10,006,721. 1914. Folio, [1] + xvi + 133 pp.

166  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G. The Composition of the Atmosphere, with Special Reference to Its Oxygen Content. 1912. Octavo, iii + 115 pp., frontispiece, 1 fig.

167  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and WALTER G. CADY. A Bicycle Ergometer with an Electric Brake. 1912. Octavo, iii + 44 pp., 16 figs.

168  BURNHAM, S. W. Measures of Proper Motion Stars Made with the 40-Inch Refractor of the Yerkes Observatory in the Years 1907 to 1912. 1913. Quarto, iv + 311 pp.

169  CALLAWAY, MORGAN, JR. The Infinitive in Anglo-Saxon. 1913. Octavo, xiii + 339 pp., folded table.

170  JONES, HARRY C.; the experimental work by A. M. CLOVER, H. H. HOSFORD, S. F. HOWARD, C. A. JACOBSON, H. R. KREIDER, E. J. SHAEFFER, L. D. SMITH, A. SPRINGER, JR., A. P. WEST, G. F. WHITE, E. P. WIGHTMAN, and L. G. WINSTON. The Electrical Conductivity, Dissociation, and Temperature Coefficients of Conductivity from Zero to Sixty-five Degrees of Aqueous Solutions of a Number of Salts and Organic Acids. 1912. Octavo, iv + 148 pp., 5 figs.

171  LANCASTER, HENRY CARRINGTON. Pierre Du Ryer, Dramatist. 1912. Octavo, vii + 182 pp., frontispiece, 3 vignettes.

172  PARKER, DAVID W. Guide to the Materials for United States History in Canadian Archives. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1913. Octavo, x + 339 pp.

173  REICHERT, EDWARD TYSON. The Differentiation and Specificity of Starches in Relation to Genera, Species, etc.: Stereochemistry Applied to Protoplasmic Processes and Products, and as a Strictly Scientific Basis for the Classification of Plants and Animals. 1913. Quarto. (Supplementary to Publication 116.)

174  CHURCHILL, WILLIAM. Easter Island: The Rapanui Speech and the Peopling of Southeast Polynesia. 1912. Octavo, v + 340 pp.

175  Researches of the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism.

176  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and ELLIOTT P. JOSLIN. A Study of Metabolism in Severe Diabetes. 1912. Octavo, vi + 135 pp. + errata, 1 fig. (Supplementary to Publication 136.)

177  LOEB, LEO, with the collaboration of CARL L. ALSBERG, ELIZABETH COOKE, ELLEN P. CORSON-WHITE, MOYER S. FLEISHER, HENRY FOX, T. S. GITHENS, SAMUEL LEOPOLD, M. K. MEYERS, M. E. REHFUSS, D. RIVAS, and LUCIUS TUTTLE. The Venom of Heloderma. 1913. Octavo, vi + 244 pp., 38 figs.

178  CANNON, WILLIAM AUSTIN. Botanical Features of the Algerian Sahara. 1913. Octavo, vi + 81 pp., 37 pls.

179  [Papers of the Station for Experimental Evolution, Nos. 18, 19.] 1913. Octavo, ii + 102 pp., 5 pls.

  • CASTLE, W. E. Reversion in Guinea-Pigs and Its Explanation. (Paper No. 18 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) pp. 1-10.
  • LITTLE, C. C. Experimental Studies of the Inheritance of Color in Mice (Paper No. 19 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) pp. 11-102, 5 pls.

180  JONES, HARRY C., and collaborators [C. M. STINE, J. N. PEARCE, H. R. KREIDER, E. G. MAHIN, M. R. SCHMIDT, J. SAM GUY, and P. B. DAVIS]. The Freezing-Point Lowering, Conductivity, and Viscosity of Solutions of Certain Electrolytes in Water, Methyl Alcohol, Ethyl Alcohol, Acetone, and Glycerol, and in Mixtures of These Solvents with One Another. 1913. Octavo, vii + 214 pp., 85 figs.

181  CASE, E. C., S. W. WILLISTON, and M. G. MEHL. Permo-Carboniferous Vertebrates from New Mexico. 1913. Quarto, v + 81 pp., 1 pl., 51 figs.

182  Papers from the Tortugas Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. V. 1914. Octavo, iii + 222 pp., 8 pls., 3 maps, 66 figs.

  • I. MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. In Memoriam: George Harold Drew, 1881- 1913. pp. 1-6, 1 pl.
  • II. DREW, G. HAROLD. On the Precipitation of Calcium Carbonate in the Sea by Marine Bacteria, and on the Action of Denitrifying Bacteria in Tropical and Temperate Seas. pp. 7-45, 2 maps, 4 figs.
  • III. VAUGHAN, THOMAS WAYLAND. Preliminary Remarks on the Geology of the Bahamas, with Special Reference to the Origin of the Bahaman and Floridian Oolites. pp. 47-54.
  • IV. VAUGHAN, THOMAS WAYLAND. The Building of the Marquesas and Tortugas Atolls and a Sketch of the Geologic History of the Florida Reef Tract. pp. 55-67.
  • V. DOLE, R. B. Some Chemical Characteristics of Sea-Water at Tortugas and around Biscayne Bay, Florida. pp. 69-78, 1 map.
  • VI. CARY, LEWIS R. Observations upon the Growth-Rate and Oecology of Gorgonians. pp. 79-90, 2 pls.
  • VII. CLARK, HUBERT LYMAN. Growth-Changes in Brittle-Stars. pp. 91-126, 3 pls.
  • VIII. TENNENT, DAVID H. The Early Influence of the Spermatozoan upon the Characters of Echinoid Larvae. pp. 127-138, 11 figs.
  • IX. JACKSON, ROBERT TRACY. Studies of Jamaica Echini. pp. 139-162, 1 pl., 19 figs.
  • X. JORDAN, H. E. The Spermatogenesis of the Mongoose; and a Further Comparative Study of Mammalian Spermatogenesis, with Special Reference to Sex Chromosomes. pp. 163-180, 1pl., 9 figs.
  • XI. OSBURN, RAYMOND C. The Bryozoa of the Tortugas Islands, Florida. pp. 181-222, 23 figs.

183  Papers from the Tortugas Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. VI. 1914. Octavo, iii + 323 pp., 27 pls., 97 figs.

  • I. MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. The Effects of Temperature upon Tropical Marine Animals. pp. 1-24, 12 figs.
  • II. MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. The Relation between the Degree of Concentration of Electrolytes of Sea-Water and the Rate of Nerve-Conduction in Cassiopea. pp. 25-54, 13 figs.
  • III. MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. The Law Governing the Loss of Weight in Starving Cassiopea. pp. 55-82, 1 pl., 21 figs.
  • IV. GOLDFARB, A. J. Changes in Salinity and Their Effects upon the Regeneration of Cassiopea xamachana. pp. 83-94, 4 figs.
  • V. GOLDFARB, A. J. Regeneration in the Annelid Worm Amphinoma pacifica, after Removal of the Central Nervous System. pp. 95-102.
  • VI. GOLDFARB, A. J. Experimentally Fused Larvae of Echinoderms with Special Reference to Their Skeletons. pp. 103-121, 15 figs.
  • VII. MCCLENDON, J. F. Experiments on the Permeability of Cells. pp. 123-130, 3 figs.
  • VIII. HARVEY, E. NEWTON. The Relation between the Rate of Penetration of Marine Tissues by Alkali and the Change in Functional Activity Induced by the Alkali. pp. 131-146, 1 fig.
  • IX. JACOBS, MERKEL H. Physiological Studies on Certain Protozoan Parasites of Diadema setosum. pp. 147-157.
  • X. DAHLGREN, ULRIC. Origin of the Electric Tissues of Gymnarchus niloticus. pp. 159- 194, 9 pls., 9 figs.
  • XI. REINKE, EDWIN E. The Development of the Apyrene Spermatozoa of Strombus bituberculatus. pp. 195-239, 7 pls.
  • XII. GUDGER, E. W. History of the Spotted Eagle Ray, Aëtobatus narinari, Together with a Study of Its External Structures. pp. 241-323, 10 pls., 19 figs.

184  FINLEY, JOHN PARK, and WILLIAM CHURCHILL. The Subanu: Studies of a Sub-Visayan Mountain Folk of Mindanao. 1913. Octavo, v + 236 pp., 2 pls.

185  HASSE, ADELAIDE R. Index to United States Documents Relating to Foreign Affairs, 1828-1861. Quarto.

186  BARUS, CARL. The Diffusion of Gases through Liquids and Allied Experiments. 1913. Octavo, [2] + vii + 88 pp., 38 figs.

187  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and EDWARD P. CATHCART. Muscular Work: A Metabolic Study with Special Reference to the Efficiency of the Human Body as a Machine. 1913. Octavo, vii + 176 pp., frontispiece, 10 figs.

188  DAVENPORT, CHARLES B. Heredity of Skin Color in Negro-White Crosses. With appendix, being abridgement of field notes, chiefly of FLORENCE H. DANIELSON. (Paper No. 20 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1913. Octavo, iii + 106 pp., 4 pls.

189  OSGOOD, CHARLES GROSVENOR, compiled and edited by. A Concordance to the Poems of Edmund Spenser. 1915. Quarto, xiii + 997 pp., frontispiece.

190  JONES, HARRY C. and J. SAM GUY. The Absorption Spectra of Solutions as Affected by Temperature and by Dilution: A Quantitative Study of Absorption Spectra by Means of the Radiomicrometer. 1913. Octavo, vii + 93 pp., 22 pls., 44 figs.

191  WEED, LEWIS H. A Reconstruction of the Nuclear Masses in the Lower Portion of the Human Brain-Stem. 1914. Quarto, 78 pp., 6 pls.

192  HUNTINGTON, ELLSWORTH, with contributions by CHARLES SCHUCHERT, ANDREW E. DOUGLASS, and CHARLES J. KULLMER. The Climatic Factor, As Illustrated in Arid America. 1914. Quarto, vii + 341 pp., 12 pls., 2 maps, 90 figs.

193  MACDOUGAL, D. T., and collaborators [WILLIAM PHIPPS BLAKE, GODFREY SYKES, E. E. FREE, W. H. ROSS, A. E. VINSON, GEORGE JAMES PEIRCE, MELVIN A. BRANNON, J. CLAUDE JONES, and S. B. PARISH]. The Salton Sea: A Study of the Geography, the Geology, the Floristics, and the Ecology of a Desert Basin. 1914. Quarto, xi + 182 pp., 32 pls., 4 figs.

194  SHREVE, EDITH BELLAMY. The Daily March of Transpiration in a Desert Perennial. 1914. Octavo, 64 pp., 1 pl., 27 figs.

195  CASTLE, W. E., and.101-IN C. PHILLIPS. Piebald Rats and Selection: An Experimental Test of the Effectiveness of Selection and of the Theory of Gametic Purity in Mendelian Crosses. (Paper No. 21 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1914. Octavo, 56 pp., 3 pls.

196  MACDOWELL, E. C. Size Inheritance in Rabbits. With a prefatory note and appendix by W. E. CASTLE. (Paper No. 22 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1914. Octavo, 55 pp., 9 figs.

197  WRIGHT, ALBERT HAZEN. North American Anura: Life-Histories of the Anura of Ithaca, New York. 1914. Octavo, vii + 98 pp., 21 pls., 1 fig.

198  MORSE, H. N. The Osmotic Pressure of Aqueous Solutions: Report on Investigations Made in the Chemical Laboratory of the Johns Hopkins University during the Years 1899-1913. 1914. Octavo, v + 222 pp., 5 pls., 49 figs.

199  SHREVE, FORREST. A Montane Rain-Forest: A Contribution to the Physiological Plant Geography of Jamaica. 1914. Octavo, 110 pp., 29 pls., 18 figs.

200  RIVERS, W. H. R., ALBERT ERNEST JENKS, and SYLVANUS G. MORLEY. Reports upon the Present Condition and Future Needs of the Science of Anthropology. 1913. Quarto, 91 pp., 14 pls., 1 fig.

  • RIVERS, W. H. R. Report on Anthropological Research Outside America. pp. 3-28.
  • JENKS, ALBERT ERNEST. Report on the Science of Anthropology in the Western Hemisphere and the Pacific Islands. pp. 29-59.
  • MORLEY, SYLVANUS G. Archaeological Research at the Ruins of Chichen Itza, Yucatan. pp. 61-91, 14 pls., 1 fig.

201  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and FRITZ B. TALBOT. The Gaseous Metabolism of Infants, with Special Reference to Its Relation to Pulse-Rate and Muscular Activity. 1914. Octavo, 168 pp., 65 figs.

202  COOPER, LANE, compiled and edited by. A Concordance of the Works of Horace. 1916. Octavo, x + 593 pp.

203  BENEDICT, FRANCIS GANO. A Study of Prolonged Fasting. 1915. Octavo, 416 pp., 5 pls., 47 figs.

204  [Studies at the Desert Laboratory.] 1915. Octavo, 84 pp., 5 figs.

  • LIVINGSTON, BURTON E., and LON A. HAWKINS. The Water Relation between Plant and Soil. pp. 3-48, 3 figs.
  • PULLING, HOWARD E., and BURTON E. LIVINGSTON. The Water Supplying Power of the Soil as Indicated by Osmometers. pp. 49-84, 2 figs.

205  DETLEFSEN, J. A. Genetic Studies on a Cavy Species Cross. With a prefatory note by W. E. CASTLE. (Paper No. 23 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1914. Octavo, 134 pp., 10 pls., 2 figs.

206  JOHNSON, DUNCAN S., and HARLAN H. YORK. The Relation of Plants to Tide-Levels: A Study of Factors Affecting the Distribution of Marine Plants. 1915. Octavo, 162 pp., 24 pls., 5 figs.

207  CASE, E. C. The Permo-Carboniferous Red Beds of North America and Their Vertebrate Fauna. 1915. Quarto, iii + 176 pp., 24 pls., 50 figs.

208  BALDWIN, DANE LEWIS, LESLIE NATHAN BROUGHTON, LAURA COOPER EVANS, JOHN WILLIAM HEBEL, BENJAMIN F. STELTER, and MARY REBECCA THAYER, compiled and edited by. A Concordance to the Poems of John Keats. 1917. Quarto, xxi + 437 pp., frontispiece.

209  RICHARDS, HERBERT M. Acidity and Gas Interchange in Cacti. 1915. Octavo, ii + 107 pp., 6 figs.

210  JONES, HARRY C., and collaborators [E. J. SHAEFFER, M. G. PAULUS, LESLIE D. SMITH, E.P. WIGHTMAN, J. B. WIESEL, P. B. DAVIS, A. HOLMES, H. HUGHES, and W. S. PUTNAM]. The Absorption Spectra of Solutions as Studied by Means of the Radiomicrometer: The Conductivities, Dissociations, and Viscosities of Solutions of Electrolytes in Aqueous, Non-aqueous, and Mixed Solvents. 1915. Octavo, 202 pp., 1 pl., 58 figs.

211  Papers from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. [Formerly Papers from the Tortugas Laboratory.] Vol. VII. 1915. Octavo, 128 pp., 9 pls, 19 figs.

  • WATSON, J. B., and K. S. LASHLEY. Homing and Related Activities of Birds. pp. 1-104, pls. 1-7, figs. 1-10.
  • LASHLEY, K. S. The Acquisition of Skill in Archery. pp. 105-128, pls. 8-9, figs. 11-19.

212  Papers from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. VIII. 1915. Octavo, v + 256 pp., 23 pls., 73 figs.

  • I. POTTS, F. A. On the Rhizocephalan Genus Thompsonia and Its Relation to the Evolution of the Group. pp. 1-32, 2 pls., 12 figs.
  • II. POTTS, F. A. Hapalocarcinus, the Gall-Forming Crab, with Some Notes on the Related Genus Cryptochirus. pp. 33-69, 3 pls., 19 figs.
  • III. POTTS, F. A. The Fauna Associated with the Crinoids of a Tropical Coral Reef: with Especial Reference to Its Colour Variations. pp. 71-96, 1 pl., 7 figs.
  • IV. CLARIC, HUBERT LYMAN. The Comatulids of Torres Strait: with Special Reference to Their Habits and Reactions. pp. 97-125.
  • V. MEDES, GRACE. The Pluteus of Laganum sp. pp. 127-142, 22 figs.
  • VI. HARVEY, E. NEWTON. The Permeability of Cells for Acids. pp. 143-156.
  • VII. MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. Medusae of the Philippines and of Torres Straits. pp. 157-202, 3 pls., 7 figs.
  • VIII. BARTSCH, PAUL. Report on the Bahama Cerions Planted on the Florida Keys. pp. 203-212, 8 pls.
  • IX. DAHLGREN, ULRIC. Structure and Polarity of the Electric Motor Nerve-Cell in Torpedoes. pp. 213-256, 6 pls., 6 figs.

213  Papers from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. IX. 1918. Quarto, iii + 362 pp., 105 pls., 18 figs.

  • MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. Ecology of the Murray Island Coral Reef. pp. 1-48, pls. 1-19, 9 figs.
  • VAUGHAN, THOMAS WAYLAND. Some Shoal-Water Corals from Murray Island (Australia), Cocos-Keeling Islands, and Fanning Island. pp. 49-234, pls. 20-93, figs. 1-2.
  • VAUGHAN, THOMAS WAYLAND, in collaboration with MARCUS ISAAC GOLDMAN, JOSEPH A. CUSHMAN, MARSHALL A. HOWE, [ALBERT MANN], and others. Some Shoal-Water Bottom Samples from Murray Island, Australia, and Comparisons of Them with Samples from Florida and the Bahamas. pp. 235-297, pls. 94-98, figs. 3-4.
  • DOLE, RICHARD B., and ALFRED A. CHAMBERS. Salinity of Ocean Water at Fowey Rocks, Florida. pp. 299-315, pl. 99, figs. 5-6.
  • WELLS, ROGER C. The Solubility of Calcitein Sea-Water in Contact with the Atmosphere, and Its Variation with Temperature. pp. 316-318.
  • VAUGHAN, THOMAS WAYLAND. The Temperature of the Florida Coral-Reef Tract. pp. 319-339, figs. 7-9.
  • CARY, L. R. The Gorgonaceae as a Factor in the Formation of Coral Reefs. pp. 341-362, pls. 100-105.

214  CLARK, HUBERT LYMAN. The Echinoderm Fauna of Torres Strait: Its Composition and Its Origin. ([Papers from the] Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washing- ton, Vol. X.) 1921. Quarto, viii + 223 pp., frontispiece, 39 pls., 1 fig.

215  JOHNSON, EMORY R., T. W. VAN METRE, G. G. HUEBNER, and D. S. HANCHETT. With an introductory note by HENRY W. FARNAM. History of Domestic and Foreign Commerce of the United States. (Contributions to American Economic History from the Department of Economics and Sociology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington.) Two-volume edition, 1915. One volume edition, 1922. Octavo.

  • Vol. I. xv + 363 pp., maps 1-5.
  • Vol. II. ix + 398 pp., maps 6-110.

215B  CLARK, VICTOR S. History of Manufactures in the United States. With an introductory note by HENRY W. FARNAM. ([Vol. I] Contributions to American Economic History from the Department of Economics and Sociology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington; [Vol. II] Contributions to American Economic History, Board of Research Associates in American Economic History.) Octavo.

215C  MEYER, BALTHASAR H., prepared under the direction of, by CAROLINE E. MACGILL and a staff of collaborators. History of Transportation in the United States before 1860. (Contributions to American Economic History from the Department of Economics and Sociology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington.) 1917. Octavo, x + 678 pp., 5 pls.

216  CARPENTER, THORNE M. A Comparison of Methods for Determining the Respiratory Ex- change of Man. 1915. Octavo, 265 pp., 74 figs.

217  SHREVE, FORREST. The Vegetation of a Desert Mountain Range as Conditioned by Climatic Factors. 1915. Octavo, 112 pp., 37 pls., 18 figs.

218  STOUT, A. B. The Establishment of Varieties in Coleus by the Selection of Somatic Variations. 1915. Octavo, ii + 80 pp., 4 pls., 1 fig., 3 diagrams.

219  MORLEY, SYLVANUS GRISWOLD. The Inscriptions at Copan. [With appendixes by FRED. E. WRIGHT and WILLIAM GATES.] 1920. Quarto, xiv + 644 pp., frontispiece, 33 pls., 91 figs., 2 vignettes.

220  FAUST, ALBERT B. Guide to the Materials for American History in Swiss and Austrian Archives. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1916. Octavo, x + 299 pp. and supplementary note.

221  MALL, FRANKLIN P. On the Fate of the Human Embryo in Tubal Pregnancy. (Contributions to Embryology, Vol. I, No. I.) 1915. Quarto, 104 pp., 11 pls., 24 figs.

222  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. II, Nos. 2-6. 1915. Quarto, 108 pp., 10 pls., 23 figs.

  • WATT, JAMES CRAWFORD. Description of Two Young Twin Human Embryos with 17- 19 Paired Somites. pp. 5-44, 4 pls., 7 figs. (Contr. 2.)
  • CLARK, ELIOT R. An Anomaly of the Thoracic Duct with a Bearing on the Embryology of the Lymphatic System. pp. 45-54, 1 pl. 1 fig. (Contr. 3.)
  • MEYER, ARTHUR WILLIAM. Fields, Graphs, and Other Data on Fetal Growth. pp. 55- 68, 12 figs. (Contr. 4.)
  • CORNER, GEORGE W. The Corpus Luteum of Pregnancy, As It Is in Swine. pp. 69-94, 2 pls. (Contr. 5.)
  • ESSICK, CHARLES R. Transitory Cavities in the Corpus Striatum of the Human Embryo. pp. 95-108, 3 pls. (Contr. 6.)

223  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. III, Nos. 7-9. 1915. Quarto, 90 pp., 12 pls., 12 figs.

  • SABIN, FLORENCE, R. On the Fate of the Posterior Cardinal Veins and Their Relation to the Development of the Vena Cava and Azygos in the Embryo Pig. pp. 5-32, 7 pls. (Contr. 7.)
  • DUESBERG, J. Recherches cytologiques sur la fécondation des ascidiens et sur leur développement. pp. 33-70, 3 pls., 12 figs. (Contr. 8.)
  • SHIPLEY, P. G., and G. B. WISLOCKI. The Histology of the Poison-Glands of Bufo agua and Its Bearing upon the Formation of Epinephrin within the Glands. pp. 71-90, 2 pls. (Contr. 9.)

224  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. IV, Nos. 10-13. 1916. Quarto, 106 pp., 13 pls.

  • MALL, FRANKLIN P. The Human Magma Reticule in Normal and in Pathological Development. pp. 5-26, 3 pls. (Contr. 10.)
  • COWDRY, E. V. The Structure of Chromophile Cells of the Nervous System. pp.27-43, l pl. (Contr.11.)
  • CUNNINGHAM, R. S. On the Development of the Lymphatics of the Lungs in the Embryo Pig. pp. 45-68, 5 pls. (Contr. 12.)
  • MACKLIN, CHARLES C. Binucleate Cells in Tissue Cultures. pp. 69-106, 4 pls. (Contr. 13.)

225  WEED, LEWIS H. The Development of the Cerebro-Spinal Spaces in Pig and in Man. (Contributions to Embry ology, Vol. V, No. 14.) 1917. Quarto, 116 pp., 17 pls.

226  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. VI, Nos. 15-19. 1917. Quarto, 168 pp., 21 pls., 24 figs.

  • MALL, FRANKLIN P. Cyclopia in the Human Embryo. pp. 5-33, 3 pls., 7 figs. (Contr. 15.) THURLOW, MADGE DEG. Quantitative Studies on Mitochondria in Nerve-Cells. pp. 35-44, 1 pl. (Contr. 16.)
  • LEWIS, MARGARET REED. Development of Connective-Tissue Fibers in Tissue Cultures of Chick Embryos. pp. 45-60, 2 pls. (Contr. 17.)
  • SABIN, FLORENCE R. Origin and Development of the Primitive Vessels of the Chick and of the Pig. pp. 61-124, 7 pls., 8 figs. (Contr. 18.)
  • JOHNSON, FRANKLIN PARADISE. A Human Embryo of Twenty-Four Pairs of Somites. pp. 125-168, 8 pls., 9 figs. (Contr. 19.)

227  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. VII, Nos. 20-23. 1918. Quarto, 134 pp., 16 pls., 9 figs.

  • STREETER, GEORGE L. The Histogenesis and Growth of the Otic Capsule and Its Contained Periotic Tissue-Spaces in the Human Embryo. pp. 5-54, 4 pls., 4 figs. (Contr. 20.)
  • VAN DER STRICHT, O. The Genesis and Structure of the Membrana Tectoria and the Crista Spiralis of the Cochlea. pp. 55-86, 4 pls. (Contr. 21.)
  • WHEELER, THEODORA. Study of a Human Spina Bifida Monster with Encephaloceles and Other Abnormalities. pp. 87-110, 4 pls. (Contr. 22.)
  • INGALLS, N. WILLIAM. A Human Embryo before the Appearance of the Myotomes. pp. 111-134, 4 pls., 5 figs. (Contr. 23.)

228  CRAMPTON, HENRY EDWARD. Studies on the Variation, Distribution, and Evolution of the Genus Partula: The Species Inhabiting Tahiti. 1916. Quarto, 313 pp., 34 pls., 7 figs.

228A  CRAMPTON, HENRY EDWARD. Studies on the Variation, Distribution, and Evolution of the Genus Partula: The Species of the Mariana Islands, Guam and Saipan. 1925. Quarto, vii + 116 pp., 14 pls., 3 figs.

229  BARUS, CARL. Experiments with the Displacement Interferometer. 1915. Octavo, vi + 113 pp., 66 figs.

230  JONES, HARRY C., and collaborators [P. B. DAVIS, W. S. PUTNAM, E. J. SHAEFFER, M. G. PAULUS, J. F. HUTCHINSON, J. E. L. HOLMES, GERALD C. CONNOLLY, H. H. LLOYD, JOHN B. WIESEL, CHARLES WATKINS, G. FRED. ORDEMAN, A. G. MCCALL, F. M. HILDEBRANDT, F. S. HOLMES, E. S. JOHNSTON, and S. F. TRELEASE]. Conductivities and Viscosities in Pure and in Mixed Solvents Radiometric Measurements of the Ionization Constants of Indicators, etc. 1915. Octavo, vii + 175 pp., 3 pls., 21 figs.

231  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and HANS MURSCHHAUSER. Energy Transformations during Horizontal Walking. 1915. Octavo, 100 pp., 7 figs.

232  DODGE, RAYMOND, and FRANCIS G. BENEDICT. Psychological Effects of Alcohol: An Experimental Investigation of the Effects of Moderate Doses of Ethyl Alcohol on a Related Group of Neuro-Muscular Processes in Man. With a chapter on free association in collaboration with F. LYMAN WELLS. 1915. Octavo, 281 pp., frontispiece, 32 figs.

233  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and FRITZ B. TALBOT. The Physiology of the New-Born Infant: Character and Amount of the Katabolism. 1915. Octavo, 126 pp., 10 figs.

234  HILL, ROSCOE R. Descriptive Catalogue of the Documents Relating to the History of the United States in the Papeles Procedentes de Cuba, Deposited in the Archivo General de Indias at Seville. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1916. Octavo, xliii + 594 pp.

235  HALE, GEORGE ELLERY. Ten Years’ Work of a Mountain Observatory: A Brief Account of the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. 1915. 12mo, 99 pp., frontispiece, 65 figs.

236  DAVENPORT, CHARLES B. The Feebly Inhibited: Nomadism, or the Wandering Impulse, with Special Reference to Heredity; Inheritance of Temperament. (Paper No. 24 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) Octavo, ii + 158 pp., 89 figs.

237  MORGAN, T. H., and C. B. BRIDGES. Sex-Linked Inheritance in Drosophila. 1916. Octavo, 87 pp., 2 pls., 8 figs., 2 diagrams.

238  MOODIE, ROY LEE. The Coal Measures Amphibia of North America. 1916. Quarto, x + 222 pp., 26 pls., 43 figs.

239  GOLDER, FRANK A. Guide to Materials for American History in Russian Archives. ([Vol. I] Papers of the Department of Historical Research; [Vol. II] Papers of the Division of Historical Research.) Octavo

240  ESTABROOK, ARTHUR H. The Jukes in 1915. (Paper No. 25 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1916. Quarto, vii + 85 pp., 28 charts.

241  CASTLE, W. E., and SEWALL WRIGHT. Studies of Inheritance in Guinea-Pigs and Rats. (Paper No. 26 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1916. Octavo, iv + 192 pp., 7 pls., 7 figs.

242  CLEMENTS, FREDERIC E. Plant Succession: An Analysis of the Development of Vegetation. 1916. Octavo, xiii + 512 pp., 61 pls., 51 figs.

243  GOODALE, H. D. Gonadectomy in Relation to the Secondary Sexual Characters of Some Domestic Birds. (Paper No. 27 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1916. Octavo, 52 pp., 7 pls., 1 fig.

244  CHURCHILL, WILLIAM. Sissano: Movements of Migration within and through Melanesia. 1916. Octavo, v + 181 pp., 3 figs., 17 charts.

245  HEDRICK, HENRY B. Interpolation Tables or Multiplication Tables of Decimal Fractions, Giving the Products to the Nearest Unit of All Numbers from 1 to 100 by 0.01 to 0.99 and from 1 to 1000 by 0.001 to 0.999. 1918. Folio, ix + 139 pp.

246  BOSS, LEWIS, and ARTHUR J. ROY. Albany Zone Catalogues for the Epoch 1900. Prepared at the Dudley Observatory, Albany, New York. 1918. Quarto, xxviii + 249 pp.

247  BARNARD, EDWARD EMERSON. Edited by EDWIN B. FROST and MARY R. CALVERT. A Photographic Atlas of Selected Regions of the Milky Way. 1927. Quarto.

248  BRITTON, N. L., and J. N. ROSE. The Cactaceae: Descriptions and Illustrations of Plants of the Cactus Family. Quarto.

  • Vol. I. 1919. vii + 236 pp., 36 pls. (28 colored), 302 figs.
  • Vol. II. 1920. ix + 239 pp., 40 pls. (32 colored), 305 figs.
  • Vol. III. 1922. vii + 255 pp., 24 pls. (19 colored), 250 figs.
  • Vol. IV. 1923. vii + 318 pp., 37 pls. (28 colored), 264 figs.

249  BARUS, CARL. [Studies on Interferometry.] Octavo. Cloth, $1.00 per part

250  KNOBEL, EDWARD BALL. Ulugh Beg’s Catalogue of Stars Revised from All Persian Manuscripts Existing in Great Britain, with a Vocabulary of Persian and Arabic Words. 1917. Quarto, 109 pp., 1 fig.

251  Papers from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. XI. 1917. Octavo, v + 360 pp., 21 pls., 56 figs.

  • I. MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. Nerve-Conduction in Cassiopea xamachana. pp. 1-20, 1 pl., 12 figs.
  • II. MCCLENDON, J. F., C. C. GAULT, and S. MULHOLLAND. The Hydrogen-Ion Concentration, CO2 Tension, and CO2 Content of Sea-Water. pp. 21-69, 24 figs.
  • III. GOLDFARB, A. J. Variability of Eggs and Sperm of Sea Urchins. pp. 71-87.
  • IV. PHILLIPS, ALEXANDER H. Analytical Search for Metals in Tortugas Marine Organisms. pp. 89-93.
  • V. HATAI, S. On the Composition of Cassiopea xamacbana and the Changes in It after Starvation. pp. 95-109, 1 fig.
  • VI. CLARK, HUBERT LYMAN. The Habits and Reactions of a Comatulid, Tropiometra carinata. pp. 111-119.
  • VII. CARY, LEwis R. Studies on the Physiology of the Nervous System of Cassiopea xamachana. pp. 121-170, 18 figs.
  • VIII. HARVEY, E. NEWTON. The Chemistry of Light-Production in Luminous Organ- isms. pp. 171-234, 1 fig.
  • IX. HARVEY, ETHEL BROWNE. A Physiological Study of Specific Gravity and of Luminescence in Noctiluca, with Special Reference to Anesthesia. pp. 235-253.
  • X. TREADWELL, AARON L. Polychaetous Annelids from Florida, Porto Rico, Bermuda, and the Bahamas. pp. 255-268, 3 pls.
  • XI. JORDAN, H. E. The Microscopic Structure of Striped Muscle of Limulus. pp. 273- 290, 3 pls.
  • XII. JORDAN, H. E. Hemopoiesis in the Mongoose Embryo, with Special Reference to the Activity of the Endothelium, Including That of the Yolk-Sac. pp. 291-312, 4 pls.
  • XIII. JORDAN, H. E. Embryonic History of the Germ-Cells of the Loggerhead Turtle (Caretta caretta). pp. 313-344, 6 pls.
  • XIV. JORDAN, H. E. Artesia of the Esophagus in the Embryo of the Loggerhead Turtle (Caretta caretta): A Normal Developmental Condition. pp. 345-360, 4 pls.

252  Papers from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. XII. 1918. Octavo, v + 258 pp., 29 pls., 28 figs.

  • I. FOWLER, HENRY W. Some Amphibians and Reptiles from Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands. pp. 1-15, 1 pl., 6 figs.
  • II. SILVESTER, CHARLES F. Fishes New to the Fauna of Porto Rico, with Descriptions of Eight New Species. pp. 17-24, 4 pls.
  • III. GUDGER, E. W. Oral Gestation in the Gaff-Topsail Catfish, Felichthys felis. pp. 25- 52, 4 pls.
  • IV. GUDGER, E. W. Sphyraena barracuda; lts Morphology, Habits, and History. pp. 53- 108, 7 pls., 5 figs.
  • V. BOWMAN, H. H. M. Botanical Ecology of the Dry Tortugas. pp. 109-138, 6 pls., 7 figs.
  • VI. WHITE, E. GRACE,. The Origin of the Electric Organs in Astroscopus guttatus. pp. 139-172, 7 pls., I fig.
  • VII. MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. Toxic Effects Due to High Temperature. pp. 173-178.
  • VIII. MAYER, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. Nerve-Conduction in Diluted and in Concentrated Sea-Water. pp. 179-183, 1 fig.
  • IX. CARY, LEWIS R. A Study of Respiration in Alcyonaria. pp. 185-191.
  • X. BALL, S. C. Migration of Insects to Rebecca Shoal Light Station and the Tortugas Islands, with Special Reference to Mosquitoes and Flies. pp. 193-212.
  • XI. MCCLENDON, J. F. On Changes in the Sea and Their Relation to Organisms. pp. 213-258, 8 figs.

253  IVENS, WALTER G. Dictionary and Grammar of the Language of Sa’a and Ulawa, Solomon Islands. With appendices. 1918. Octavo, vii + 249 pp., frontispiece, 11 pls., 1 fig.

254  DAVENPORT, FRANCES GARDINER, edited by. European Treaties Bearing on the History of the United States and Its Dependencies. ([Vols. 1, 11] Papers of the Department of Historical Research; [Vols. III, IV] Papers the Division of Historical Research.) Octavo.

255  CHURCHILL, WILLIAM. Club Types of Nuclear Polynesia. 1917. Octavo, v + 173 pp., 17 pls., 3 figs.

256  DICKSON, LEONARD EUGENE. History of the Theory of Numbers. Octavo.

257  WHITMAN, CHARLES OTIS, Posthumous Works of. (Paper No. 28 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1919. Quarto

258  ROWE, L. S. The Federal System of the Argentine Republic. 1921. Octavo, vii + 161 pp.

259  DAVENPORT, CHARLES BENEDICT, assisted by MARY THERESA SCUDDER. Naval Officers: Their Heredity and Development. (Paper No. 29 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1919. Octavo, v + 236 pp., 60 charts.

260  DAVIS, PAUL B., compiled by. Studies on Solution in Its Relation to Light Absorption, Conductivity, Viscosity, and Hydrolysis: A Report upon a Number of Experimental Investigations Carried Out in the Laboratory of the Late Professor Harry C. Jones. 1918. Octavo, ii + 144 pp., 26 figs.

261  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and THORNE M. CARPENTER. Food Ingestion and Energy Transformations, with Special Reference to the Stimulating Effect of Nutrients. 1918. Octavo, ii + 355 pp., 2 figs.

262  BERGEN, HENRY, edited by. Lydgate’s Fall of Princes. Octavo.

263  TOWER, WILLIAM LAWRENCE. The Mechanism of Evolution in Leptinotarsa. [With appendix, The Relation of Water to the Behavior of the Potato Beetle in a Desert, by J. K. BREITENBECHER.] 1918. Octavo, viii + 384 pp., 19 pls., 161 figs.

264  STURTEVANT, A. H. An Analysis of the Effects of Selection. 1918. Octavo, 68 pp., 1 pl., 14 figs.

265  LAUGHLIN, HARRY HAMILTON. Duration of the Several Mitotic Stages in the Dividing Root-Tip Cells of the Common Onion. (Paper No. 30 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1919. Octavo, 48 pp., 19 charts.

266  MILES, WALTER R. Effect of Alcohol on Psycho-Physiological Functions. 1918. Octavo, 144 pp., 15 figs.

267  SMITH, EDGAR F., and W. K. VAN HAAGEN. The Atomic Weights of Boron and Fluorine. 1918. Octavo, v + 65 pp., 5 figs.

268  HYDE, WALTER WOODBURN. Olympic Victor Monuments and Greek Athletic Art. 1921. Octavo, xix + 406 pp., frontispiece, 30 pls., 2 plans, 80 figs.

269  JOHNSON, DUNCAN S. The Fruit of Opuntia fulgida: A Study of Perennation and Proliferation in the Fruits of Certain Cactaceae. 1918. Octavo, 62 pp., frontispiece, 12 pls.

270  REICHERT, EDWARD TYSON. A Biochemic Basis for the Study of Problems of Taxonomy, Heredity, Evolution, etc., with Especial Reference to the Starches and Tissues of Parent Stocks and Hybrid-Stocks and the Starches and Hemoglobins of Varieties, Species, and Genera. 1919. Quarto. (Supplementary to Publications 116 and 173.)

271  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. VIII, Nos. 24-26. 1918. Quarto, 198 pp., 10 pls., 30 figs.

  • STREETER, GEORGE L. The Developmental Alterations in the Vascular System of the Brain of the Human Embryo. pp. 5-38, 5 pls., 12 figs. (Contr. 24.)
  • COWDRY, E. V. The Mitochondrial Constituents of Protoplasm. pp. 39-160, 1 pl., 16 figs. (Contr. 25.)
  • KUNITOMO, KANAE. The Development and Reduction of the Tail and of the Caudal End of the Spinal Cord. pp. 161-198, 4 pls., 2 figs. (Contr. 26.)

272  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. IX, Nos. 27-46. A Memorial to Franklin Paine Mall. 1920. Quarto, vi + 554 pp., frontispiece, 54 pls., 69 figs., 22 charts.

  • MACKLIN, CHARLES CLIFFORD. The Development and Function of Macrophages in the Repair of Experimental Bone-Wounds in Rats Vitally Stained with Trypan-Blue. pp. 1-46, 4 pls. (Contr. 27.)
  • DUESBERG, J. Cytoplasmic Structures in the Seminal Epithelium of the Opossum. pp. 47-84, 2 pls., 5 figs. (Contr. 28.)
  • CORNER, GEORGE W. On the Widespread Occurrence of Reticular Fibrils Produced by Capillary Endothelium. pp. 85-93, 2 pls. (Contr. 29.)
  • WHEELER, THEODORA. Variability in the Spinal Column as Regards Defective Neural Arches (Rudimentary Spina Bifida). pp. 95-107, 11 figs. (Contr. 30.)
  • VAN DER STRICHT, O. The Arrangement and Structure of Sustentacular Cells and Hair- Cells in the Developing Organ of Corti. pp. 109-142, 4 pls. (Contr. 31.)
  • RETZER, ROBERT. The Sino-Ventricular Bundle: A Functional Interpretation of Morphological Findings. pp. 143-156, 1 pl. (Contr. 32.)
  • JENKINS, GEORGE B. A Study of the Superior Olive. pp. 157-172, 2 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 33.)
  • SCHULTZ, ADOLPH H. The Development of the External Nose in Whites and Negroes. pp. 173-190, 1 pl., 7 figs. (Contr. 34.)
  • LEWIS, MARGARET REED. Muscular Contraction in Tissue-Cultures. pp. 191-212, 2 pls., 6 figs. (Contr. 35.)
  • SABIN, FLORENCE R. Studies on the Origin of Blood-Vessels and of Red Blood- corpuscles As Seen in the Living Blastoderm of Chicks during the Second Day of Incubation. pp. 213-262, 6 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 36.)
  • BEAN, ROBERT BENNETT. Notes on the Postnatal Growth of the Heart, Kidneys, Liver, and Spleen in Man. pp. 263-284, 8 charts. (Contr. 37.)
  • MILLER, WILLIAM SNOW. A Morphological Study of the Tracheal and Bronchial Cartilages. pp. 285-298, 2 pls., 11 figs. (Contr. 38.)
  • LEWIS, WARREN H. The Cartilaginous Skull of a Human Embryo Twenty-One Millimeters in Length. pp. 299-324, 5 pls. (Contr. 39.)
  • MEYER, ARTHUR WILLIAM. Hydatiform Degeneration in Tubal and Uterine Pregnancy. pp. 325-364, 6 pls. (Contr. 40.)
  • MYERS, BURTON D. A Study of the Development of Certain Features of the Cerebellum. pp. 365-375, 6 figs. (Contr. 41.)
  • ESSICK, CHARLES R. Formation of Macrophages by the Cells Lining the Subarachnoid Cavity in Response to the Stimulus of Particulate Matter. pp. 377-388, 1 pl. (Contr. 42.)
  • STREETER, GEORGE L. A Human Embryo (Mateer) of the Presomite Period. pp-389- 424, 7 pls.,4 figs., 3 charts. (Contr.43.)
  • WEED, LEWIS H. The Experimental Production of an Internal Hydrocephalus. pp. 425- 446, 2 pls. (Contr. 44.)
  • CLARK, ELIOT R., and ELEANOR LINTON CLARK. On the Origin and Early Development of the Lymphatic System of the Chick. pp. 447-482, 7 pls., 15 figs. (Contr. 45.)
  • BARDEEN, C. R. The Height-Weight Index of Build in Relation to Linear and Volumetric Proportions and Surface-Area of the Body during Post-natal Development. pp. 483- 554, 2 figs., 11 charts. (Contr. 46.)

273  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. X, Nos. 47-48. 1921. Quarto, iii + 103 pp., 16 pls.

  • EVANS, HERBERT MCLEAN, and KATHARINE J. SCOTT. On the Differential Reaction to Vital Dyes Exhibited by the Two Great Groups of Connective-Tissue Cells. pp. 1-55, 11 pls. (Contr. 47.)
  • MACKLIN, CHARLES C. The Skull of a Human Fetus of 43 Millimeters Greatest Length. pp. 57-103, 5 pls. (Contr. 48.)

274  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XI, Nos . 49-55. 1920. Quarto, iii + 170 pp., 15 pls., 12 figs., 6 charts.

  • DANCHAKOFF, VERA. Myeloid Metaplasia of the Embryonic Mesenchyme in Relation to Cell Potentialities and Differential Factors. pp. 1-32, 5 pls. (Contr. 49.)
  • LINEBACK, PAUL E. Studies on the Longitudinal Muscle of the Human Colon, with Special Reference to the Development of the Taeniae. pp. 33-44, 8 figs. (Contr. 50.)
  • WISLOCKI, GEORGE B. Experimental Studies on Fetal Absorption. I, The Vitally Stained Fetus; II, Behavior of the Fetal Membranes and Placenta of the Cat toward Colloidal Dyes Injected into Maternal Blood-Stream. pp. 45-60, 4 pls., I fig. (Contr. 51.)
  • INGALLS, N. WILLIAM. A Human Embryo at the Beginning of Segmentation, with Special Reference to the Vascular System. pp. 61-90, 5 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 52.)
  • BARRY, LEE WILLIS. The Effects of Inanition in the Pregnant Albino Rat, with Special Reference to the Changes in the Relative Weights of the Various Parts, Systems, and Organs of the Offspring. pp. 91-136. (Contr. 53.)
  • CORNER, GEORGE, W. A Case of True Lateral Hermaphroditism in Pig with Functional Ovary. pp. 137-142, 1 pl. (Contr. 54.)
  • STREETER, GEORGE L. Weight, Sitting Height, Head Size, Foot Length, and Menstrual Age of the Human Embryo. pp. 143-170, 2 figs., 6 charts. (Contr. 55.)

275  MALL, FRANKLIN PAINE, and ARTHUR WILLIAM MEYER. Studies on Abortuses: A Survey of Pathologic Ova in the Carnegie Embryological Collection. (Contributions to Embryology, Vol. XII, No. 56.) 1921. Quarto, 364 pp., 24 pls., 5 figs., 1 chart.

276  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XIII, Nos. 57-64. 1921. Quarto, iii + 146 pp., 15 pls., 25 figs., 1 chart.

  • CASH, JAMES R. On the Development of the Lymphatics in the Stomach of the Embryo Pig. pp. 1-15, 3 pls., 3 figs: (Contr. 57)
  • REICHERT, F. L. On the Fate of the Primary Lymph-Sacs in the Abdominal Region of the Pig, and the Development of Lymph-Channels in the Abdominal and Pelvic Regions. pp. 17-39, 5 figs. (Contr. 58)
  • JENKINS, GEORGE B. Relative Weight and Volume of the Component Parts of the Brain of the Human Embryo at Different Stages of Development. pp. 41-60, 12 figs., 1 chart. (Contr. 59)
  • CORNER, GEORGE W. Abnormalities of the Mammalian Embryo Occurring before Implantation. pp. 61-66, 2 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 60)
  • SPAULDING, MILO HERRICK. The Development of the External Genitalia in the Human Embryo. pp. 67-88, 4 pls., 2 figs. (Contr. 61)
  • WISLOCKI, GEORGE B. Further Experimental Studies on Fetal Absorption. III, The Behavior the Fetal Membranes and Placenta of the Guinea-Pig toward Trypan Blue Injected into the Maternal Blood-Stream; IV, Behavior of the Placenta and Fetal Membranes of the Rabbit toward Trypan Blue Injected into the Maternal Blood- Stream. pp. 89-101, 1 pl. (Contr. 62)
  • WISLOCKI, G.B., and J. A. KEY. The Distribution of Mitochondria in the placenta. pp. 103-115, l pl. (Contr.63)
  • CORNER, GEORGE W. Cyclic Changes in the Ovaries and Uterus of the Sow, and Their Relation to the Mechanism of Implantation. pp. 117-146, 4 pls., 2 figs. (Contr. 64)

277  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XIV, Nos. 65-71. 1922. Quarto, iii + 162 pp., 17 pls., 40 figs.

  • SABIN, FLORENCE R. Direct Growth of Veins by Sprouting. pp. 1-10, 1 pl. (Contr. 65.) BUELL, CHARLES ELBERT, JR. Origin of the Pulmonary Vessels in the Chick. pp. 11-26, 2 pls. (Contr. 66.)
  • DOAN, CHARLES A. The Circulation of the Bone-Marrow. pp. 27-46, 1 pl., 3 figs. (Contr. 67.)
  • CONGDON, E. D. Transformation of the Aortic-Arch System during the Development of the Human Embryo. pp. 47-110, 3 pls., 28 figs. (Contr. 68.)
  • STREETER, GEORGE L. Development of the Auricle in the Human Embryo. pp. 111-138, 6 pls., 8 figs. (Contr. 69.)
  • WOOLLARD, H. H. The Development of the Princi Arterial Stems in the Forelimb of the Pig. pp. 139-154, 2 pls. (Contr. 70.)
  • FINLEY, ELLEN B. The Development of the Subcutaneous Vascular Plexus in the Head of the Human Embryo. pp. 155-162, 2 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 71.)

278  MORGAN, T. H., C. B. BRIDGES, and A. H. STURTEVANT. Contributions to the Genetics of Drosophila melanogaster. 1919. Octavo, v + 388 pp., 12 pls., 103 figs.

  • I. MORGAN, T. H., and C. B. BRIDGES. The Origin of Gynandromorphs. pp. 1-122, pls. 1-4, figs. 1-70.
  • II. BRIDGES, C. B., and T. H. MORGAN. The Second-Chromosome Group of Mutant Characters. pp. 123-304, pls. 5-11, figs. 72-88.
  • III. STURTEVANT, A. H. Inherited Linkage Variations in the Second Chromosome. pp. 305-341, fig. 1.
  • IV. MORRAN, T. H. A Demonstration of Genes Modifying the Character “Notch.” pp. 343-388, pl. 12, figs. 91-105.

279  HARRIS, J. ARTHUR, and FRANCIS G. BENEDICT. A Biometric Study of Basal Metabolism in Man. 1919. Octavo, vi + 266 pp., 30 diagrams.

280  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., WALTER R. MILES, PAUL ROTH, and H. MONMOUTH SMITH. Human Vitality and Efficiency under Prolonged Restricted Diet. 1919. Octavo, xi + 701 pp., frontispiece, 124 figs.

281  Papers from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. XIII. 1919. Octavo, iv + 128 pp., 19 pls., 4 figs.

  • I. SPELDEL, CARL CASKEY. Gland-Cells of Internal Secretion in the Spinal Cord of the Skates. pp. 1-31, 9 pls., 3 figs.
  • II. DREW, GILMAN A. The Structure and Ejaculation of the Spermatophores of Octopus americans. pp. 33-47, 3 pls.
  • III. CLARIC, HUBERT LYMAN. The Distribution of the Littoral Echinoderms of the West Indies. pp. 49-74, 3 pls.
  • IV. HARVEY, E. NEWTON. Further Studies on the Chemistry of Light Production in Luminous Organisms. pp. 75-110.
  • V. GUDGER, E. W. The Ovary of Felichthys felis, the Gaff-Topsail Catfish: Its Structure and Function. pp. 111-128, 4 pls., 1 fig.

282  BARTSCH, PAUL. Experiments in the Breeding of Cerions. ([Papers from the] Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Vol. XIV.) 1920. Octavo, 55 pp., 59 pls.

283  CASE, E. C. The Environment of Vertebrate Life in the Late Paleozoic in North America: A Paleogeographic Study. 1919. Quarto, vii + 273 pp., 8 figs.

284  LIVINGSTON, BURTON E., and FORREST SHREVE. The Distribution of Vegetation in the United States, As Related to Climatic Conditions. 1921. Octavo, xvi + 590 pp., 72 pls., 74 figs.

285  MORGAN, T. H. The Genetic and the Operative Evidence Relating to Secondary Sexual Characters. 1919. Octavo, 108 pp., 10 pls.

286  WEAVER, JOHN E. The Ecological Relations of Roots. 1919. Octavo, vii + 128 pp., 33 pls., 58 figs.

287  SPOEHR, HERMAN AUGUSTUS. The Carbohydrate Economy of Cacti. 1919. Octavo, 79 pp., 2 figs.

288  CASTLE, W. E. Studies of Heredity in Rabbits, Rats, and Mice. 1919. Octavo, iii + 56 pp., 3 pls., 5 figs.

289  DOUGLASS, A. E. Climatic Cycles and Tree-Growth. Octavo

  • Vol. I. A Study of the Annual Rings of Trees in Relation to Climate and Solar Activity. 1919. 127 pp.,12 pls.,40 figs.
  • Vol. II. A Study of the Annual Rings of Trees in Relation to Climate and Solar Activity. 1928. vii + 166 pp., 9 pls., 19 figs.
  • Vol. III. A Study of Cycles. 1936. x + 171 pp. 124 pls., 57 figs., 15 graphs.

290  CLEMENTS, FREDERIC E. Plant Indicators: The Relation of Plant Communities to Process and Practice. 1920. Octavo, xvi + 388 pp., 93 pls., 25 figs.

291  VAUGHAN, THOMAS WAYLAND, prepared under the direction of. Contributions to the Geology and Paleontology of the West Indies. 1919. Octavo, 184 pp., 53 pls., 8 figs.

  • VAUGHAN, THOMAS WAYLAND. Introduction. pp. 5-8.
  • I. HOWE, MARSHALL A. Tertiary Calcareous Algae from the Islands of St. Bartholomew, Antigua, and Anguilla. pp. 9-19, 6 pls.
  • II. CUSHMAN, JOSEPH AUGUSTINE. Fossil Foraminifera from the West Indies. pp. 21-71, 15 pls., 8 figs.
  • III. CANU, FERDINAND, and RAY S. BASSLER. Fossil Bryozoa from the West Indies. pp. 73-102, 7 pls.
  • IV. COOKE, CHARLES WYTHE. Tertiary Mollusks from the Leeward Islands and Cuba. pp. 103-156, 16 pls.
  • V. RATHBUN, MARY J. West Indian Tertiary Decapod Crustaceans. pp. 157-l84, 9 pls.

292  WEAVER, JOHN E. Root Development in the Grassland Formation: A Correlation of the Root Systems of Native Vegetation and Crop Plants. 1920. Octavo, 151 pp., 25 pls., 39 figs. (Companion volume to Publication 286.)

293  TREADWELL, AARON LEWIS. Leodicidae of the West Indian Region. ([Papers from the] Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Vol. XV.) 1921. Quarto, iv + 131 pp., 9 pls., 469 figs.

294  MORTENSEN, TH. Studies in the Development of Crinoids. (Papers from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Vol. XVI.) 1920. Quarto, v + 94 pp., 28 pls., 10 figs.

295  MOHR, OTTO L., and CHR. WRIEIDT. A New Type of Hereditary Brachyphalangy in Man. (Paper No. 31 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1919. Octavo, 64 pp., 7 pls., 4 figs.

296  KEY, WILHELMINE E. Heredity and Social Fitness: A Study of Differential Mating in a Pennsylvania Family. (Paper No. 32 of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York.) 1920. Octavo, 102 pp., 2 figs., 2 charts.

297  MACDOUGAL, D. T. Hydration and Growth. 1920. Octavo, vi + 176 pp., 52 figs.

298  NICHOLS, EDWARD L., and HORACE L. HOWES, in collaboration with ERNEST MERRITT, D. T. WILBER, and FRANCES G. WICK. Fluorescence of the Uranyl Salts. 1919. Octavo, 241 pp., I pl., 118 figs.

299  BURNETT, EDMUND C., edited by. Letters of Members of the Continental Congress. ([Vols. I- IV] Papers of the Department of Historical Research; [Vols. V-VIII] Papers of the Division of Historical Research.) Octavo

300  IVENS, WALTER G. Grammar and Vocabulary of the Lau Language, Solomon Islands. 1921. 12 mo, 64 pp., 3 pls.

301  STURTEVANT, A. H. The North American Species of Drosophila. 1921. Octavo, iv + 150 pp., 3 pls. 49 figs.

302  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and FRITZ B. TALBOT. Metabolism and Growth from Birth to Puberty. 1921. Octavo, [2] + vi + 213 pp., 55 figs.

303  CARPENTER, THORNE M. Tables, Factors, and Formulas for Computing Respiratory Exchange and Biological Transformations of Energy. 1921, Octavo, 123 pp. (See Publication 303c.)

303A  CARPENTER, THORNE M. Tables, Factors, and Formulas for Computing Respiratory Exchange and Biological Transformations of Energy. Second edition, 1924. Octavo, 126 pp. (See Publication 303c.)

303B  CARPENTER, THORNE M. Tables, Factors, and Formulas for Computing Respiratory Exchange and Biological Transformations of Energy. Third edition (revised), 1939. Octavo, 142 pp. (See Publication 303C.)

303C  CARPENTER, THORNE M. Tables, Factors, and Formulas for Computing Respiratory Exchange and Biological Transformations of Energy. Fourth edition (revised), 1948. second printing, 1964. Octavo, 147 pp.

304  LOWE E. A., and E. K. RAND. A Sixth-Century Fragment of the Letters of Pliny the Younger: A Study of Six Leaves of an Uncial Manuscript Preserved in the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York. 1922. Quarto, vi + 67 pp., 20 pls.

305  BANTA, ARTHUR M. Selection in Cladocera on the Basis of a Physiological Character. (Paper No. 33 of the Department of Genetics.) 1921. Octavo, ii + 170 pp., 19 figs.

306  Contributions to the Geology and Palaeontology of the West Indies. 1922. Octavo, iv + 122 pp., 18 pls., 6 figs.

  • JACKSON, ROBERT TRACY. Fossil Echini of the West Indies. pp. 1-103, 18 pls., 6 figs.
  • VAUGHAN, THOMAS WAYLAND. Stratigraphic Significance of the Species of West Indian Fossil Echini. pp. 105-122.

307  MACDOUGAL, D. T. Growth in Trees. 1921. Octavo, 41 pp., 16 figs.

308  CANNON, WILLIAM AUSTIN. Plant Habits and Habitats in the Arid Portions of South Australia. 1921. Octavo, viii + 139 pp., 32 pls., 37 figs.

309  SMITH, HENRY MONMOUTH. Gaseous Exchange and Physiological Requirements for Level and Grade Walking. 1922. Octavo, viii + 310 pp., frontispiece, 42 figs.

310  BARUS, CARL. [Studies on Interferometry.] Octavo.

311  CUSHMAN, JOSEPH AUGUSTINE. Shallow-Water Foraminifera of the Tortugas Region. ([Papers from the] Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Vol. XVII.) 1922. Octavo, 85 pp., 15 pls., 8 figs.

312  Papers from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. XVIII. 1922. Octavo, vi + 181 pp., 11 pls., 139 figs., 3 charts, 1 map.

  • I. TENNENT, DAVID H. Studies on the Hybridization of Echinoids, Cidaris tribuloides. pp. 1-42, 3 pls., 28 figs.
  • II. HARVEY, E. NEWTON. The Production of Light by the Fishes Photoblepharon and Anomalops. pp. 43-60.
  • III. MAYOR, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. Hydrogen-Ion Concentration and Electrical Conductivity of the Surface Water of the Atlantic and Pacific. pp. 61-85, 3 charts.
  • IV. WELLS, ROGER C. Carbon-Dioxide Content of Sea-Water at Tortugas. pp. 87-93, 1 fig.
  • V. PHILLIPS, ALEXANDER H. Analytical Search for Metals in Tortugas Marine Organ- isms. pp. 95-99.
  • VI. MAYOR, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH. The Tracking Instinct in a Tortugas Ant. pp. 101-107, 3 figs.
  • VII. FOWLER, HENRY W., and CHARLES F. SILVESTER. A Collection of Fishes from Samoa. pp. 109-126, 2 figs.
  • VIII. TREADWELL, A. L. Leodicidae from Fiji and Samoa. pp. 127-170, 8 pls., 68 figs., 1 map.
  • IX. TREADWELL, A. L. Polychaetous Annelids Collected at Friday Harbor, State of Washington, in February and March 1920. pp. 171-181, 37 figs.

313  HALL, HARVEY M., and FRANCES L. LONG. Rubber Content of North American Plants. 1921. Octavo, 65 pp., 3 pls.

314  LOFTFIELD, J. V. G. The Behavior of Stomata. 1921. Octavo, 104 pp., 16 pls., 54 figs.

315  CLEMENTS, FREDERIC E. Aeration and Air-Content: The Role of Oxygen in Root Activity. 1921. Octavo, 183 pp.

316  WEAVER, JOHN E., FRANK C. JEAN, and JOHN W. CRIST. Development and Activities of Roots of Crop Plants: A Study in Crop Ecology. 1922. Octavo, vi + 117 pp., 14 pls., 42 figs.

317  HAYFORD, JOHN F. Effects of Winds and of Barometric Pressures on the Great Lakes. 1922. Octavo, v + 133 pp., 16 pls.

318  WYCKOFF, RALPH W. G. The Analytical Expression of the Results of the Theory of Space Groups. 1922. Second edition (revised), 1930. Octavo, 239 pp., 222 figs.

319  COOPER, WILLIAM S. The Broad-Sclerophyll Vegetation of California: An Ecological Study of the Chaparral and Its Related Communities. 1922. Octavo, 124 pp., 21 pls., 43 figs.

320  CASTLE, W. E. Genetic Studies of Rabbits and Rats. 1922. Octavo, 55 pp., 2 pls., 7 figs.

321  CASE, E. C. New Reptiles and Stegocephalians from the Upper Triassic of Western Texas. 1922. Quarto, 84 pp., 14 pls., 33 figs.

322  HAY, OLIVER P. The Pleistocene of North America and Its Vertebrated Animals from the States East of the Mississippi River and from the Canadian Provinces East of Longitude 95°. 1923. Octavo, viii + 499 pp., 25 figs., 41 maps.

322A  HAY, OLIVER P. The Pleistocene of the Middle Region of North America and Its Vertebrated Animals. 1924. Octavo, vii + 385 pp., 5 figs., 29 maps.

322B  HAY, OLIVER P. The Pleistocene of the Western Region of North America and Its Vertebrated Animals. 1927. Octavo, v + 346 pp., 12 pls., 19 figs., 21 maps.

323  JOSLIN, ELLIOTT P. Diabetic Metabolism with High and Low Diets. 1923. Octavo, ix + 334 pp. (Supplementary to Publications 136 and 176.)

324  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and ERNEST G. RITZMAN. Undernutrition in Steers: Its Relation to Metabolism, Digestion, and Subsequent Realimentation. 1923. Octavo, viii + 333 pp., 42 figs.

325  SPOEHR, H. A., and J. M. MCGEE. Studies in Plant Respiration and Photosynthesis. 1923. Octavo, iv + 98 pp., 27 figs.

326  HALL, HARVEY M., and FREDERIC E. CLEMENTS. The Phylogenetic Method in Taxonomy: The North American Species of Artemisia, Chrysothamnus, and Atriplex. 1923. Quarto, [2] + iv + 355 pp., 58 pls., 47 figs.

327  BRIDGES, C. B., and T. H. MORGAN. The Third-Chromosome Group of Mutant Characters of Drosophila melanogaster. 1923. Octavo, x + 251 pp., 3 pls., 37 figs.

328  METZ, CHARLES W., MILDRED S. MOSES, and ELEANOR D. MASON. Genetic Studies on Drosophila virilis; with Considerations on the Genetics of Other Species of Drosophila. [Paper No. 34 of the Department of Genetics.] 1923. Octavo, 94 pp., 5 pls., 17 figs.

329  DAVENPORT, CHARLES BENEDICT. Body-Build and Its Inheritance. (Paper No. 35 of the Department of Genetics.) 1923. Octavo, vi + 176 pp., 9 pls., 53 figs.

330  BANDELIER, ADOLPH F. A., and FANNY R. BANDELIER, collected by. Edited with introductions and annotations by CHARLES W. HACKETT. Historical Documents Relating to New Mexico, Nueva Vizcaya, and Approaches Thereto, to 1773. Octavo

331  STOCK, CHESTER. Cenozoic Gravigrade Edentates of Western North America, with Special Reference to the Pleistocene Megalonychinae and Mylodontidae of Rancho La Brea. 1925. Quarto, xiii + 206 pp., frontispiece, 47 pls., 120 figs.

332  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XV, Contributions 72-77. 1923. Quarto, iii + 139 pp., 19 pls., 33 figs.

  • DAVIS, CARL L. Description of a Human Embryo Having Twenty Paired Somites. pp. 1-51, 4 pls., 20 figs. (Contr. 72.)
  • SHIELDS, RANDOLPH T. On the Development of Tendon Sheaths. pp. 53-61, 1 pl., 2 figs. (Contr. 73.)
  • LEE, FERDINAND C. On the Lymph-Vessels of the Liver. pp. 63-72, 1 pl. (Contr. 74.)
  • CORNER, GEORGE W. Ovulation and Menstruation in Macacus rhesus. pp. 73-101, 6 pls., 2 figs. (Contr. 75.)
  • TRAUT, HERBERT F. The Structural Unit of the Human Kidney. pp. 103-120, 3 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 76.)
  • HEUSER, CHESTER H. The Branchial Vessels and Their Derivatives in the Pig. pp. 121-139, 4 pls., 8 figs. (Contr. 77.)

333  MILES, WALTER R. Alcohol and Human Efficiency: Experiments with Moderate Quantities and Dilute Solutions of Ethyl Alcohol on Human Subjects. 1924. Octavo, x + 298 pp., 51 figs.

334  JAMES, HERMAN G. The Constitutional System of Brazil. 1923. Octavo, vi + 270 pp.

335  LOTHROP, S. K. Tulum: An Archaeological Study of the East Coast of Yucatan. 1924. Quarto, vii + 179 pp., frontispiece, 27 pls., 182 figs.

336  CLEMENTS, FREDERIC E., and FRANCES L. LONG. Experimental Pollination: An Outline of the Ecology of Flowers and Insects. 1923. Octavo, vii + 274 pp., 17 pls.

337  CASTLE, W. E., HORACE W. FELDMAN, and WILLIAM HAZEN GATES. Contributions to a Knowledge of Inheritance in Mammals. 1926. Octavo, ii + 138 pp., 14 pls., 5 figs.

  • Part I. CASTLE, W. E. Studies of Color Inheritance and of Linkage inn Rabbits. pp. 1-47, 8 pls.
  • Part II. FELDMAN, HORACE W. Fertility and Sterility in the Norway Rat, Mus norvegicus. pp. 49-82, 5 figs.
  • Part III. GATES, WILLIAM HAZEN. The Japanese Waltzing Mouse: Its Origin, Heredity and Relation to the Genetic Characters of Other Varieties of Mice. pp. 83-138, 6 pls.

338  STOCK, LEO FRANCIS, edited by. Proceedings and Debates of the British Parliaments Respecting North America. ([Vols. I, 11] Papers of the Department of Historical Research; [Vols: III-V] Papers of the Division of Historical Research.) Octavo

339  PERRET, FRANK A. The Vesuvius Eruption of 1906: Study of a Volcanic Cycle. [With petrographical description by H. S. WASHINGTON.] 1924. Quarto, 151 pp., frontispiece, 24 pls., 98 figs., 3 diagrams.

340  A Memorial to Alfred Goldsborough Mayor. (Papers from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Vol. XIX.) 1924. Quarto, ix + 217 pp., frontispiece, 56 pls., 11 figs.

  • [MAYOR, ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH.] Some Posthumous Papers of A. G. Mayor Relating to His Work at Tutuila and Adjacent Regions. pp. ix, 1-92, 38 pls., 5 figs.
  • 1. Structure and Ecology of Samoan Reefs. pp. 1-25, pls. 1-8, 3 figs.
  • 2. Causes Which Produce Stable Conditions in the Depth of the Floors of Pacific Fringing Reef-Flats. pp. 27-36, pls. 9-10, 1 fig.
  • 3. Inability of Stream-Water to Dissolve Submarine Limestones. pp. 37-49, 1 fig.
  • 4. Growth-Rate of Samoan Corals. pp. 51-72, pls. 1-26.
  • 5. Rose Atoll, American Samoa. pp. 73-79, pls. 27-28.
  • GREY, IRVING, M., prepared by. Bibliography of Scientific Writings Emanating from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington and Relating to Work Done or Inaugurated during the Incumbency of Alfred G. Mayor as Director of the Department. pp. 80-90. List of Illustrations. pp. 91-92.
  • 6. DALY, REGINALD A. The Geology of American Samoa. pp. 93-143, 11 pls., 1 fig.
  • 7. CHAMBERLIN, ROLLIN T. The Geological Interpretation of the Coral Reefs of Tutuila, American Samoa. pp. 145-178, 7 pls., 5 figs.
  • 8. LIPMAN, CHARLES B. A Critical and Experimental Study of Drew’s Bacterial Hypothesis on CaCO3 Precipitation in the Sea. pp. 179-191.
  • 9. LIPMAN, CHARLES B., and P. E. SHELLEY. The Chemical Composition of Lithothamnium from Various Sources. pp. 193-199.
  • 10. LIPMAN, CHARLES B., and P. E. SHELLEY. Studies on the Origin and Composition of the Soil of Rose Islet. pp. 201-208.
  • 11. LIPMAN, CHARLES B., and J. K. TAYLOR. Bacteriological Studies on Rose Inlet Soils. pp. 209-217.

341  SETCHELL, WILLIAM ALBERT. American Samoa. ([Papers from the] Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Vol. XX.) 1924. Octavo, vi + 275 pp., 37 pls., 57 figs.

342  CUSHMAN, JOSEPH AUGUSTINE. Samoan Foraminifera. ([Papers from the] Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Vol. XXI.) 1924. Octavo, 75 pp., 25 pls.

343  HOFFMEISTER, J. EDWARD. Some Corals from American Samoa and the Fiji Islands. (Papers from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Vol. XXII.) 1925. Quarto, v + 90 pp., 24 pls.

344  Papers from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. XXIII. 1926. Octavo, ii + 134 pp., 15 pls., 1 map, 10 figs. .

  • BRAMLETTE, M. N. Some Marine Bottom Samples from Pago Pago Harbor, Samoa. pp. 1-35, 1 map, 8 figs.
  • GOLDMAN, MARCUS I. Proportions of Detrital Organic Calcareous Constituents and Their Chemical Alteration in a Reef Sand from the Bahamas. pp. 37-66, 1 fig.
  • SMITH, N. R. Report on a Bacteriological Examination of “Chalky Mud” and Sea-Water from the Bahama Banks. pp. 67-72.
  • CUSHMAN, JOSEPH A. Recent Foraminifera from Porto Rico. pp. 73-84, 1 pl.
  • MANSFIELD, WENDELL C. Fossils from Quarries near Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji Islands, and from Vavao, Tonga Islands, with Annotated Bibliography of the Geology of the Fiji Islands. pp. 85-104, 7 pls.
  • VAUGHAN, THOMAS WAYLAND, and JOHN EDWARD HOFFMEISTER. Miocene Corals from Trinidad. pp. 105-134, 7 pls., 1 fig.

345  SCHAEFFER, ASA ARTHUR. Taxonomy of the Amebas; with Descriptions of Thirty-Nine New Marine and Freshwater Species. (Papers from the Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Vol. XXIV.) 1926. Quarto, iii + 116 pp., 12 pls., 36 figs.

346  Additions to the Palaeontology of the Pacific Coast and Great Basin Regions of North America. (Contributions to Palaeontology from the Carnegie Institution of Washington.) 1927. Octavo, iv + 159 + [31 pp., 36 pls., 12 figs.

  • I. KELLOGG, REMINGTON. Study of the Skull of a Fossil Sperm Whale from the Temblor Miocene of Southern California. pp. 1-24, 9 pls.
  • II. KELLOGG, REMINGTON. Fossil Pinnipeds from California. pp. 25-37, 8 figs.
  • III. MERRIAM, JOHN C., and CHESTER STOCK. A Hyaenarctid Bear from the Later Tertiary of the John Day Basin of Oregon. Pp. 39-44, 1 pl.
  • IV. CHANEY, RALPH W. Geology and Palaeontology of the Crooked River Basin, with Special Reference to the Bridge Creek Flora. With a section on Tertiary Fossil Insects from Eastern Oregon, by T. D. A. COCKERELL. Pp. 45-138 + [3], 20 pls., 4 figs.
  • V. MASON, HERBERT L. Fossil Records of Some West American Conifers. Pp. 139- 159, 6 pls.

347  Papers Concerning the Palaeontology of the Pleistocene of California and the Tertiary of Oregon. (Contributions to Palaeontology from the Carnegie Institution of Washington.) 1925. Octavo, iii + 92 pp., 10 pls., 56 figs.

  • I. MERRIAM, JOHN C., and CHESTER STOCK. Relationships and Structure of the Short-Faced Bear, Arctotherium, from the Pleistocene of California. Pp. 1-35, 10 pls., 7 figs.
  • II. MERRIAM, JOHN C., and CHESTER STOCK. A Llama from the Pleistocene of McKittrick, California. Pp. 37-42, 4 figs.
  • III. MERRIAM, JOHN C., CHESTER STOCK, and C. L. MOODY. The Pliocene Rattlesnake Formation and Fauna of Eastern Oregon, with Notes on the Geology of the Rattlesnake and Mascall Deposits. Pp.43-92, 45 figs.

348  KELLOGG, REMINGTON. Additions to the Tertiary History of the Pelagic Mammals on the Pacific Coast of North America. (Contributions to Palaeontology from the Carnegie Institution of Washington.) 1925. Octavo, iii + 120 pp., 13 pls., 53 figs.

349  Studies on the Fossil Flora and Fauna of the Western United States. (Contributions to Palaeontology from the Carnegie Institution of Washington.) 1925. Octavo, iii + 130 pp., 25 pls., 39 figs.

  • I. CHANEY, RALPH W. A Comparative Study of the Bridge Creek Flora and the Modern Redwood Forest. Pp. 1-22, 7 pls.
  • II. CHANEY, RALPH W. The Mascall Flora-Its Distribution and Climatic Relation. Pp. 23-48, 1 pl., 1 fig.
  • III. CHANEY, RALPH W. Notes on Two Fossil Hackberries from the Tertiary of the Western United States. Pp. 49-56, 1 pl.
  • IV. CHANEY, RALPH W. A Record of the Presence of Umbellularia in the Tertiary of the Western United States. Pp. 57-62, 1 pl.
  • V. MILLER, LOYE. The Birds of Rancho La Brea. Pp. 63-106, 6 pls., 20 figs.
  • VI. MILLER, LOYE. Avian Remains from the Miocene of Lompoc, California. Pp. 107- 117, 9 pls., 1 fig.
  • VII. DICE, LEE RAYMOND. Rodents and Lagomorphs of the Rancho La Brea Deposits. Pp. 119-130, 17 figs.

350  MACDOUGAL, D. T., and FORREST SHREVE. Growth in Trees and Massive Organs of Plants. 1924. Octavo, ii + 116 pp., 29 figs.

  • MACDOUGAL, D. T. Dendrographic Measurements. Pp. 1-88, figs. 1-19.
  • SHREVE, FORREST. The Growth Record in Trees. Pp. 89-116, figs. 20-29.

351  HOWARD, WILLIAM TRAVIS, JR. Public Health Administration and the Natural History of Disease in Baltimore, Maryland, 1797-1920. 1924. Octavo, vi + 565 pp., 2 maps, 41 graphs.

352  JONES, J. CLAUDE, ERNST ANTEVS, and ELLSWORTH HUNTINGTON. Quaternary Climates. 1925. Octavo, v + 212 pp., 10 pls., 38 figs.

  • JONES, J. CLAUDE. The Geologic History of Lake Lahontan. Pp. 1-50, 6 pls., 9 figs.
  • ANTEVS, ERNST. On the Pleistocene History of the Great Basin. Pp. 51-114, 3 pls., 19 figs.
  • ANTEVS, ERNST. The Big Tree as a Climatic Measure. Pp. 115-153, 1 pl., 7 figs.
  • HUNTINGTON, ELLSWORTH. Tree Growth and Climatic Interpretations. Pp. 155-204, 3 figs.

353  TATLOCK, JOHN S. P., and ARTHUR G. KENNEDY. A Concordance to the Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer and to the Romaunt of the Rose. 1927. Quarto, xiii + 1111 pp.

354  CANNON, WILLIAM AUSTIN. General and Physiological Features of the Vegetation of the More Arid Portions of Southern Africa, with Notes on the Climatic Environment. 1924. Octavo, viii + 159 pp., 31 pls., 13 figs.

355  CLEMENTS, FREDERIC E., and JOHN E. WEAVER. Experimental Vegetation: The Relation of Climaxes to Climates. 1924. Octavo, vii + 172 pp., 15 pls., 41 figs.

356  CLEMENTS, FREDERIC E., and GLENN W. GOLDSMITH. The Phytometer Method in Ecology: The Plant and Community as Instruments. 1924. Octavo, vi + 106 pp., 11 pls., 45 figs.

357  JEAN, FRANK C., and JOHN E. WEAVER. Root Behavior and Crop Yield under Irrigation. 1924. Octavo, v + 66 pp., 6 pls., 24 figs.

358  BIDWELL, PERCY WELLS, and JOHN I. FALCONER. History of Agriculture in the Northern United States, 1620-1860. (Contributions to American Economic History, Board of Research Associates in American Economic History.) 1925. Octavo, xii + 512 pp., 114 figs.

359  MATTESON, DAVID M. List of Manuscripts Concerning American History Preserved in European Libraries and Noted in Their Published Catalogues and Similar Printed Lists. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1925. Octavo, viii + 203 pp.

360  DAY, ARTHUR L., and E. T. ALLEN. The Volcanic Activity and Hot Springs of Lassen Peak. 1925. Quarto, ix + 190 pp., frontispiece, 12 pls., 81 figs.

361  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XVI, Nos. 78-84. 1925. Quarto, 276 pp., 32 pls., 17 figs., 5 graphs, 7 diagrams.

  • WISLOCKI, GEORGE B. On the Placentation of the Sloth (Bradypus griseus). Pp. 5-21, 2 pls. (Contr. 78.)
  • WEST, CECIL M. The Development of the Gums and Their Relationship to the Deciduous Teeth in the Human Fetus. Pp. 23-45, 4 pls., 15 figs. (Contr. 79.)
  • MAXIMOW, ALEXANDER. Tissue-Cultures of Young Mammalian Embryos. Pp. 47- 113, 13 pls. (Contr. 80.)
  • PAYNE, FERNANDUS. General Description of a 7-Somite Human Embryo. Pp. 115-124, 3 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 81.)
  • SABIN, F. R., C. A. DOAN, and R. S. CUNNINGHAM. Discrimination of Two Types of Phagocytic Cells in the Connective Tissues by the Supravital Technique. Pp.125-162, 2 pls., 4 graphs. (Contr.82.)
  • DOAN, C. A., R. S. CUNNINGHAM, and F. R. SABIN. Experimental Studies on the Origin and Maturation of Avian and Mammalian Red Blood-Cells. Pp. 163-226, 5 pls., 1 graph. (Contr. 83.)
  • CUNNINGHAM, R. S., F. R. SABIN, and C. A. DOAN. The Development of Leucocytes, Lymphocytes, and Monocytes from a Specific Stem-Cell in Adult Tissues. Pp. 227- 276, 3 pls., 1 fig., 7 diagrams. (Contr. 84.)

362  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XVII, Nos. 85-89. 1926. Quarto, iii + 140 pp., 27 pls., 2 figs., 1 chart.

  • BARTELMEZ, GEORGE W., and HERBERT M. EVANS. Development of the Human Embryo during the Period of Somite Formation, Including Embryos with 2 to l6 Pairs of Somites. Pp. 1-67, 19 pls., 1 chart. (Contr. 85.)
  • WILSON, KARL M. Origin and Development of the Rete Ovarii and the Rete Testis in the Human Embryo. Pp. 69-88, 3 pls. (Contr. 86.)
  • WEED, LEWIS H., and ORTHELLO R. LANGWORTHY. Physiological Study of Cortical Motor Areas in Young Kittens and in Adult Cats. Pp. 89-106, 2 figs. (Contr. 87.)
  • ANDERSEN, DOROTHY H. Lymphatics and Blood-Vessels of the Ovary of the Sow. Pp. 107-123, 4 pls. (Contr. 88.)
  • LANGWORTHY, ORTHELLO R. Relation of Onset of Decerebrate Rigidity to the Time of Myelinization of Tracts in the Brain-Stem and Spinal Cord of Young Animals. Pp. 125-140, 1 pl. (Contr. 89.)

363  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XVIII, Nos. 90-97. 1926. Quarto, iii + 147 Pp., 37 pls., 8 figs.

  • LEWIS, WARREN H. Cultivation of Embryonic Heart-Muscle. Pp. 1-21, 4 pls. (Contr. 90.)
  • WILSON, KARL M. Correlation of External Genitalia and Sex Glands in the Human Embryo. Pp. 23-30, 2 pls. (Contr. 91.)
  • STREETER, GEORGE L. The “Miller” Ovum-The Youngest Normal Human Embryo Thus Far Known. PP-31-48, 8 pls., 3 figs. (Contr. 92.)
  • SHIKINAMI, JUJIRO. Detailed Form of the Wolffian Body in Human Embryos of the First Eight Weeks. Pp. 49-61, 7 pls. (Contr. 93.)
  • DANCHAKOFF, VERA. Lens Ectoderm and Optic Vesicles in Allantois Grafts. Pp. 63- 78, 2 pls. (Contr. 94.)
  • KING, JESSIE L. Menstrual Records and Vaginal Smears in a Selected Group of Normal Women. Pp. 79-94, 4 figs. (Contr.95.)
  • LEWIS, MARGARET R., and WARREN H. LEWIS. Transformation of Mononuclear Blood-Cells into Macrophages, Epithelioid Cells, and Giant Cells in Hanging-Drop Blood-Cultures from Lower Vertebrates. Pp. 95-120, 13 pls. (Contr. 96.)
  • SUGIYAMA, S. Origin of Thrombocytes and of the Different Types of Blood-Cells as Seen in the Living Chick Blastoderm. Pp. 121-147, 1 pl., 1 fig. (Contr. 97.)

364  CORNER, GEORGE W. Anatomical Texts of the Earlier Middle Ages: A Study in the Transmission of Culture. With a Revised Latin Text of Anatomia Cophonis and Translations of Four Texts. 1927. Octavo, 112 Pp., 3 pls., 1 fig.

365  MACDOUGAL, D. T. Reversible Variations in Volume, Pressure, and Movements of Sap in Trees. [With a section by L. H. DAUGHERTY.] 1925. Octavo, iii + go pp., 5 pls., 13 figs.

366  WOODRING, WENDELL P. Miocene Mollusks from Bowden, Jamaica. [Part I.] Pelecypods and Scaphopods. (Contributions to the Geology and Palaeontology of the West Indies.) 1925. Octavo, vii + 222 pp., 28 pls. (For Part II see Publication 385.)

367  JOCHELSON, WALDEMAR. Archaeological Investigations in the Aleutian Islands. 1925. Quarto, ix + 145 pp., 28 pls., 110 figs., ethnographic map.

368  CANNON, WILLIAM AUSTIN. Physiological Features of Roots, with Especial Reference to the Relation of Roots to Aeration of the Soil. With a chapter on Differences between Nitrogen and Helium as Inert Gases in Anaerobic Experiments on Plants, by EDWARD ELWAY FREE. 1925. Octavo, iii + 168 pp., 21 figs.

369  CARPENTER, THORNE M. Human Metabolism with Enemata of Alcohol, Dextrose, and Levulose. 1925. Octavo, ix + 197 pp., 91 figs.

370  STUART, GRAHAM H. The Governmental System of Peru. 1925. Octavo, vi + 156 pp.

371  BASSETT, JOHN SPENCER, edited by. Correspondence of Andrew Jackson. ([Vols. I-IV] Papers of the Department of Historical Research; [Vols. V-VII] Papers of the Division of Historical Research.) Octavo

372  BELL, HERBERT C., DAVID W. PARKER, and others. Guide to British West Indian Archive Materials, in London and in the Islands, for the History of the United States. (Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) 1926. Octavo, ix + 435 pp.

373  MACDOUGAL, D. T. The Hydrostatic System of Trees. 1926. Octavo, iii + 125 pp., 21 figs.

374  CATTERALL, HELEN TUNNICLIFF (Mrs. Ralph C. H. Catterall), edited by. Judicial Cases Concerning American Slavery and the Negro. ([Vols. I, II] Papers of the Department of Historical Research.) [Vols. III-V] Papers of the Division of Historical Research.) Octavo

375  CASE, E. C. Environment of Tetrapod Life in the Late Paleozoic of Regions Other Than North America. 1926.  Quarto, iii + 211 pp., 23 figs.

376  SARTON, GEORGE. Introduction to the History of Science. Octavo

377  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and ERNEST G. RITZMAN. The Metabolism of the Fasting Steer. 1927. Octavo, viii + 246 pp., 8 figs. (Supplementary to Publication 324.)

378  ALLEN, E. T., and ARTHUR L. DAY. Steam Wells and Other Thermal Activity at “The Geysers,” California. 1927.Octavo, 106 pp., 34 figs.

379  TAYLOR, WM. RANDOLPH. The Marine Algae of Florida, with Special Reference to the Dry Tortugas. (Papers from the Tortugas Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of     Washington, Vol. XXV.) 1928. Quarto, v + 219 pp., 37 pls., 3 figs.

380  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XIX, Nos. 98-108. 1927. Quarto, iii + 300 pp., 60 pls., 29 figs.

  • ALLEN, EDGAR. The Menstrual Cycle of the Monkey, Macacus rhesus: Observations on Normal Animals, the Effects of Removal of the Ovaries and the Effects of 
  • Injections of Ovarian and Placental Extracts into the Spayed Animals. Pp. 1-44, 13 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 98.)
  • CUAJUNCO, FIDEL. Embryology of the Neuromuscular Spindle. Pp. 45-72, 5 pls. (Contr. 99.)
  • STREETER, GEORGE L. Development of the Mesoblast and Notochord in Pig Embryos. Pp. 73-92, 9 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 100.)
  • STRAUS, WILLIAM L., JR. Growth of the Human Foot and Its Evolutionary Significance. Pp. 93-134, 1 pl., 6 figs. (Contr. 101.)
  • ANDERSEN, DOROTHY H. Lymphatics of the Fallopian Tube of the Sow. Pp. 135-147, 2 pls. (Contr. 102.)
  • LANGWORTHY, ORTHELLO R. Correlated Physiological and Morphological Studies of the Development of Electrically Responsive Areas in the Cerebral Cortex of the Opossum. Pp. 149-175, 2 pls., 3 figs. (Contr. 103.)
  • LANGWORTHY, ORTHELLO R. Histological Development of Cerebral Motor Areas in Young Kittens Correlated with Their Physiological Reaction to Electrical Stimulation. Pp. 177-207, 3 pls., 2 figs. (Contr. 104.)
  • WISLOCKI, GEORGE B. On the Placentation of the Tridactyl Sloth (Bradypus griseus) with a Description of Some Characters of the Fetus. Pp. 209-227, 6 pls. (Contr. 105.)
  • HEUSER, CHESTER H. A Study of the Implantation of the Ovum of the Pig from the Stage of the Bilaminar Blastocyst to the Completion of the Fetal Membranes. Pp. 229-243, 5 pls., 6 figs. (Contr. 106.)
  • DAVIS, CARL L. Development of the Human Heart from Its First Appearance to the Stage Found in Embryos of Twenty Paired Somites. Pp. 245-284, 8 pls., 10 figs. (Contr. 107.)
  • HARTMAN, CARL G. Observations on the Ovary of the Opossum (Didelphis virginiana). Pp. 285-300, 6 pls. (Contr. 108.)

381  DU TOIT, ALEX. L. A Geological Comparison of South America with South Africa. With a palaeontological contribution by F. R. COWPER REED. 1927. Octavo, vii + 158 pp., 16 pls., 1 map, 7 figs.

382  WILLIS, BAILEY. Earthquake Conditions in Chile. (Studies in Comparative Seismology.) With contributions by J. B. MACELWANE, S.J., PERRY BYERLY, [LUIS SIERRA VERA], JOHANNES FELSCH, and H.S. WASHINGTON. 1929. Quarto, xi + 178 pp., 75 pls., 19 figs.

383  BARUS, CARL. Acoustic Experiments with the Pin-Hole Probe and the Interferometer U-Gage. 1927. Octavo, x +158 pp., 286 figs.

384  NICHOLS, E. L., H. L. HOWES, and D. T. WILBER. Cathodo-Luminescence and the Luminescence of Incandescent Solids. 1928. Octavo, vii + 350 pp., 176 figs.

385  WOODRING, WENDELL P. Miocene Mollusks from Bowden, Jamaica. Part II. Gastropods and Discussion of Results. (Contributions to the Geology and Palaeontology of the West Indies.) 1928. Octavo, vii + 564 pp., 40 pls., 3 figs. (For Part I see Publication 366.)

386  BOSS, LEWIS, and BENJAMIN BOSS, under the direction of; RICHARD H. TUCKER, ARTHUR J. Roy, and WILLIAM B. VARNUM. San Luis Catalogue of 15333 Stars for the Epoch 1910. Prepared at the Dudley Observatory, Albany, New York. 1928 Quarto, lvii + 307 pp. + errata.

387  DYAR, HARRISON G. The Mosquitoes of the Americas. 1928. Octavo, v + 616 pp. + errata, 123 pls.

388  JOCHELSON, WALDEMAR. Archaeological Investigations in Kamchatka. 1928. Quarto, viii + 88 pp., 19 pls., 83 figs., 1 Map.

389  HALL, HARVEY M. The Genus Haplopappus: A Phylogenetic Study in the Compositae. 1928. Octavo, viii + 391 pp., 16 pls., 114 figs.

390  HAY, OLIVER PERRY. Second Bibliography and Catalogue of the Fossil Vertebrata of North America. Octavo.

391  Papers from the Tortugas Laboratory of Carnegie Institution of Washington. [Formerly Papers from the Department of Marine Biology.] Vol. XXVI. 1929. Octavo, iii + 257 pp., 4 pls., 93 figs.

  • I. TENNENT, D. H., C. V. TAYLOR, and D. M. WHITAYER. An Investigation on Organization in a Sea-Urchin Egg. Pp. 1-104, 59 figs.
  • II. TENNENT, DAVID H. Activation of the Eggs of Echinometra mathaoi by Sperms of the Crinoids Comatula pectinate and Comatula purpurea. Pp. 105-114, 5 figs.
  • III. TENNENT, DAVID H. Early Development and Larval Forms of Three Echinoids of the Torres Strait Region. Pp. 115-128, 15 figs.
  • IV. BOSCHMA, H. On the Postlarval Development of the Coral Maeandra areolata (L.). Pp. 129-147, 9 figs.
  • V. GUDGER, E. W. On the Morphology, Coloration and Behavior of Seventy Teleostean Fishes of Tortugas, Florida. Pp.149-204, 4 pls.
  • VI. PEARSE, A. S. Observations on Certain Littoral and Terrestrial Animals at Tortugas, Florida, with Special Reference to Migrations from Marine to Terrestrial Habitats. Pp. 205-223, 3 figs.
  • VII. PEARSE, A. S. Two New Mites from the Gills of Land Crabs. Pp. 225-230, 2 figs.
  • VIII. LIPMAN, C. B. Further Studies on Marine Bacteria with Special Reference to the Drew Hypothesis on CaCO3 Precipitation in the Sea. Pp. 231-248.
  • IX. LIPMAN, C. B. The Chemical Composition of Sea-Water. Pp. 249-257.

392  LELAND, WALDO G., general editor. Guide to Materials for American History in the Libraries and Archives of Paris. (Papers of the Division of Historical Research.) Octavo

  • Vol. I. LELAND, WALDO G. Libraries. 1932. xiii + 343 pp.
  • Vol. II. LELAND, WALDO G., JOHN J. MENG, and ABEL DOYSIÉ. Archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 1943. xii + 1078 + [1] pp.

393  Papers Concerning the Palaeontology of the Cretaceous and Later Tertiary of Oregon, of the Pliocene of Northwestern Nevada, and of the Late Miocene and Pleistocene of California. (Contributions to Palaeontology from Carnegie Institution of Washington.) 1928. Octavo, v + 58 pp., 13 pls., 25 figs.

  • I. MERRIAM, JOHN C., and CHARLES W. GILMORE. An Ichthyosaurian Reptile from Marine Cretaceous of Oregon. Pp. 1-4, 1 fig.
  • II. MERRIAM, JOHN C., and CHESTER STOCK. A Further Contribution to the Mammalian Fauna of the Thousand Creek Pliocene, Northwestern Nevada. Pp. 5-21, 3 pls., 14 figs.
  • III. STOCK, CHESTER. A Peccary from the McKittrick Pleistocene California. Pp. 23- 27, 7 figs.
  • IV. STOCK, CHESTER. Tanupolama, a New Genus of Llama from the           Pleistocene of California. Pp. 29-37, 6 pls.
  • V. STOCK, CHESTER. Canid and Proboscidean Remains from the Ricardo Deposits, Mohave Desert, California. Pp. 39-47, 4 pls., 1 fig.
  • VI. STOCK, CHESTER. A Tooth of Hipparion mohavense from the Puente Formation, California. Pp. 49-53, 1 fig.
  • VII. MAXSON, JOHN H. Merychippus isonesus (Cope) from the Later Tertiary of the Crooked River Basin, Oregon. Pp. 55-58, 1 fig.

394  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XX, Nos. 109-117. 1929. Quarto, iv + 257 pp., 52 pls., 32 figs.

  • HEUSER, C. H., and G. L. STREETER. Early Stages in the Development of Pig Embryos, from the Period of Initial Cleavage to the Time of the Appearance of Limb-Buds. Pp. 1-29, 12 pls., 8 figs. (Contr. 109.)
  • FLEXNER, Louis B. The Development of the Meninges in Amphibia: A Study of Normal and Experimental Animals. Pp. 31-49, 3 pls. (Contr. 110.)
  • WISLOCKI, G. B. On the Placentation of Primates, with a Consideration of the Phylogeny of the Placenta. Pp. 51-80, 7 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 111.)
  • CORNER, GEORGE W. A Well-Preserved Human Embryo of 10 Somites. Pp. 81-101, 7 pls., 9 figs. (Contr. 112.)
  • CUMMINS, HAROLD. The Topographic History of the Volar Pads (Walking Pads; Tastballen) in the Human Embryo. Pp. 103-126, 8 pls., 2 figs. (Contr. 113.)
  • LANGWORTHY, ORTHELLO R. A Correlated Study of the Development of Reflex Activity in Fetal and Young Kittens and the Myelinization of Tracts in the Nervous System. Pp. 127-171, 8 pls. (Contr. 114.)
  • LEWIS, WARREN H. The Effect of Various Solutions and Salts on the Pulsation Rate of Isolated Hearts from Young Chick Embryos. Pp. 173-192. (Contr. 115.)
  • LEWIS, WARREN H. Macrophages and Other Cells of the Deep Fascia of the Thigh of the Rat. Pp. 193-212, 7 pls. (Contr. 116.)
  • SCHULTZ, ADOLPH H. The Technique of Measuring the Outer Body of Human Fetuses and of Primates in General. Pp. 213-257, 12 figs. (Contr. 117.)

395  DAVENPORT, C. B., and MORRIS STEGGERDA, in collaboration with F. G. BENEDICT, LAWRENCE H. SNYDER, ARNOLD GESELL, and INEZ DUNKELBERGER STEGGERDA. Race Crossing in Jamaica. (Paper No. 36 of Department of Genetics.) 1929. Octavo, ix + 516 pp., 29 pls., 168 figs.

396  ST. JOHN, CHARLES E., CHARLOTTE E. MOORE, LOUISE M. WARE, EDWARD F. ADAMS, and HAROLD D. BABCOCK. Revision of Rowland’s Preliminary Table of Solar Spectrum Wave-Lengths, with an Extension to the Present Limit of the Infra-Red. (Papers of the Mount Wilson Observatory, Vol. III.) 1929. Quarto, [2] + xxi + 238 pp.

397  MACDOUGAL, D. T., J. B. OVERTON, and GILBERT M. SMITH. The Hydrostatic-Pneumatic System of Certain Trees: Movements of Liquids and Gases. 1929. Octavo, 99 pp., 22 figs.

398  CLEMENTS, FREDERIC E., JOHN E. WEAVER, and HERBERT C. HANSON. Plant Competition: An Analysis of Community Functions. 1929. Octavo, xvi + 340 pp., 32 pls., 30 figs.

399  STURTEVANT, A. H., C. B. BRIDGES, T. H. MORGAN, L. V. MORGAN, and JU CHI LI. Contributions to the Genetics of Drosophila simulans and Drosophila melanogaster. 1929. Octavo, v + 296 pp., 18 figs., 7 diagrams.

  • I. STURTEVANT, A. H. The Genetics of Drosophila simulans. pp. 1-62, 1 fig.
  • II. BRIDGES, CALVIN B. Variations in Crossing Over in Relation to Age of Female in Drosophila molanogaster. pp. 63-89, 5 figs.
  • III. LI, JU CHI, and CALVIN B. BRIDGES. Deficient Regions of Notches in Drosophila melanogaster. pp. 91-99.
  • IV. MORGAN, T. H. Exceptional Sex-Ratios in Certain Mutant Stocks with Attached X’s. pp. 101-138, 4 diagrams.
  • V. MORGAN, T. H. Variability of Eyeless. pp. 139-168.
  • VI. MORGAN, T. H. Data Relating to Six Mutants of Drosophila. pp. 169-199, 3 figs.
  • VII. MORGAN, T. H. Experiments with Drosophila. pp. 201-222, 4 figs., 3 diagrams.
  • VIII. MORGAN, L. V. Composites of Drosophila melanogaster. pp. 223-296, 5 figs.

400  FOLSE, J. A. A New Method of Estimating Stream-Flow Based upon a New Evaporation Formula. 1929. Quarto, xi + 237 pp., 22 pls., 2 figs.

401  PAULLIN, CHARLES O. Edited by JOHN K. WRIGHT. Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States. 1932. Folio, xvii + 162 pp., 166 pls. (maps).

402  SEARES, F. H., J. C. KAPTEYN, and P. J. VAN RHIJN, assisted by MARY C. JOYNER and MYRTLE L. RICHMOND. Mount Wilson Catalogue of Photographic Magnitudes in Selected Areas 1-139. (Papers of the Mount Wilson Observatory, Vol IV.) 1930. Quarto, 1 + 276 pp., 2 figs.

403  Contributions to American Archaeology. Vol. 1, Nos. 1-4. 1931. Quarto, iv + 157 pp., 49 pls., 35 figs.

  • RICKETSON, OLIVER. JR. Excavations at Baking Pot, British Honduras. Pp. 1-27, 25 pls., 3 figs. (Contr. 1, issued Sept. 1929.)
  • TEEPLE, JOHN E. Maya Astronomy. Pp.29-115, 19 figs. (Contr. 2, issued Aug. 1930.) RUPPERT, KARL. Temple of the Wall Panels, Chichen Itzá. Pp. 117-140, 18 pls., 2 figs. (Contr. 3.)
  • STRÓMSVIK, GUSTAV. Notes on the Metates of Chichen Itzá, Yucatan. Pp. 141-157, 6 pls., 11 figs. (Contr. 4.)

404  Contributions to Palaeontology from Carnegie Institution of Washington. 1930. Octavo, iii + 112 pp., 8 pls., 31 figs.

  • I. BUWALDA, JOHN P. A Neocene Erosion Surface in Central Oregon. Pp. 1-10, 1 pl., 1 fig. [Issued 1929.]
  • II. BUWALDA, JOHN P., and BERNARD N. MOORE. The Dalles and Hood River Formations, and the Columbia River Gorge. Pp. 11-26, 1 fig. [Issued 1929.]
  • III. STOCK, CHESTER. Oreodonts from the Sespe Deposits of South Mountain, Ventura County, California. pp. 27-42, 2 pls., 2 figs.
  • IV. STOCK, CHESTER. Carnivora New to the Mascall Miocene Fauna of Eastern Oregon. pp. 43-48, 1 pl., 2 figs.
  • V. FURLONG, EUSTACE L. Capromeryx minor Taylor from the McKittrick Pleistocene, California. pp. 49-53, 2 figs.
  • VI. GAZIN, C. LEWIS. A Tertiary Vertebrate Fauna from the Upper Cuyama Drainage Basin, California. pp. 55-76, 4 pls., 5 figs.
  • VII. MAXSON, JOHN H. A Tertiary Mammalian Fauna from the mint Canyon Formation of Southern California. pp. 77-112, 18 figs.

405  WHITE, DAVID. Flora of the Hermit Shale, Grand Canyon, Arizona. 1929. Octavo, v + 221 pp., 55 pls., 1 fig.

406  MORRIS, EARL H., JEAN CHARLOT, and ANN AXTELL MORRIS. The Temple of the Warriors at Chichen Itzá, Yucatan. 1931. Quarto.

  • Vol. I. ix + 485 pp., frontispiece with key, 323 figs.
  • Vol. II. Plates. ix pp., 170 pls.

407  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXI, Nos. 118-125. 1930. Quarto, iii + 168 pp., 29 pls., 23 figs.

  • ATWELL, WAYNE J. A Human Embryo with Seventeen Pairs of Somites. pp. 1-24, 4 pls., 5 figs. (Contr. 118.)
  • WEST, CECIL M. Description of a Human Embryo of Eight Somites. pp. 25-35, 3 pls., 6 figs. (Contr. 119.)
  • LANGWORTHY, ORTHELLO R. Medullated Tracts in the Brain Stem of a Seventh- Month Human Fetus. pp. 37-52, 4 pls., 3 figs.(Contr. 120)
  • BAST, T. H. Ossification of the Otic Capsule in Human Fetuses. pp. 53-82, 6 pls., 6 figs. (Contr. 121)
  • WISLOCKI, GEORGE B. On an Unusual Placental Form in the Hyracoidea: Its Bearing on the Theory of the Phylogeny of the Placenta. pp. 83-95, 5 pls. (Contr. 122)
  • RIENHOFF, W. F., JR. Gross and Microscopic Structure of Thyroid Gland in Man. pp. 97- 123, 3 pls. (Contr. 123)
  • DANCHAKOFF, VERA, and V. E. DANCHAKOFF. The Age Factor in Grafts. pp. 125- 140, 2 pls. (Contr. 124)
  • GREGORY, P. W. The Early Embryology of the Rabbit. pp. 141-168, 2 pls., 3 figs. (Contr.125)

408  GORANSON, Roy W. Thermodynamic Relations in Multi-Component Systems. 1930. Octavo, xix + 329 pp., 5 diagrams.

409  DONNAN, ELIZABETH. Documents Illustrative of the History of the Slave Trade to America. ([Papers of the Division of Historical Research.) Octavo

410  CRAMPTON, HENRY EDWARD. Studies on the Variation, Distribution, and Evolution of the Genus Partula: The Species Inhabiting Moorea. 1932. Quarto, vi + 335 pp., 24 pls., 10 figs.

411  MCMURRICH, J. PLAYFAIR. Leonardo da Vinci the Anatomist (1452-1519). 1930. Octavo, xx + 265 pp., frontispiece, 89 figs.

412  Studies of the Pliocene Palaeobotany of California. (Contributions to Palaeontology from Carnegie Institution of Washington.) 1933. Octavo, iii + 134 pp., 18 pls., 1 fig.

  • I. DORF, ERLING. Pliocene Floras of California. pp. 1-112, 13 pls., 1 fig. [Issued 1930.]
  • II. WEBBER, IRMA E. Woods from the Ricardo Pliocene of Last Chance Gulch, California. pp. 113-134, 5 pls. [Issued 1932.]

413  Papers from Tortugas Laboratory of Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. XXVII. 1931. Quarto, iii + 105 pp., 23 pls., 14 figs.

  • I. TENNENT, D. H., M. S. GARDINER, and D. E. SMITH. A Cytological and Bio- chemical Study of the Ovaries of the Sea-Urchin Echinometra lucunter. pp. 1-46, 7 pls.
  • II. MILLER, RUTH A., and HELEN B. SMITH. Observations on the Formation of the Egg of Echinometra lucunter. pp. 47-52, 6 pls.
  • III. CARY, LEWIS R. Studies on the Coral Reefs of Tutuila, American Samoa, with Special Reference to the Alcyonaria. pp. 53-98, frontispiece, 7 pls., 14 figs.
  • IV. HENDEE, ESTHER C. Formed Components and Fertilization in Egg of the Sea- Urchin Lytechinus variegatus. pp. 99-105, 2 pls.

414  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXII, Nos. 126-133. 1930. Quarto, iii + 192 pp., 40 pls., 49 figs., 2 charts.

  • STREETER, GEORGE L. Focal Deficiencies in Fetal Tissues and Their Relation to Intra-uterine Amputation. pp. 1-44, 12 pls., 11 figs., 2 charts. (Contr. 126.)
  • ALLEN, EDGAR, J. P. PRATT, Q. U. NEWELL, and L. J. BLAND. Human Tubal Ova; Related Early Corpora Lutea and Uterine Tubes. pp. 45-75, 8 pls., 10 figs. (Contr. 127.)
  • ROPES, MARIAN W. Phagocytic Activity and Morphological Variations of the Ciliated Epithelial Cells of the Trachea and Bronchi in Rabbits. pp. 77-90, 1 pl. (Contr. 128.)
  • HUNTER, RICHARD H. Observations on the Development of the Human Female Genital Tract. pp. 91-107, 5 pls., 5 figs. (Contr. 129.)
  • WEN, I. CHUAN. Ontogeny and Phylogeny of the Nasal Cartilages in Primates. pp. 109-134, 1 pl., 12 figs. (Contr. 130.)
  • HEUSER, CHESTER H. A Human Embryo with 14 Pairs of Somites. pp. 135-153, 4 pls., 8 figs. (Contr. 131.)
  • GRODZINSKI, Z. Area Vitellina of Chick Blastoderm in Tissue Cultures. pp. 155-171, 4 pls., 3 figs. (Contr. 132.)
  • WISLOCKI, GEORGE B. On a Series of Placental Stages of a Platyrrhine Monkey (Ateles geoffroyi) with Some Remarks upon Age, Sex and Breeding Period in Platyrrhines. pp. 173-192, 5 pls. (Contr. 133.)

415  Studies of the Pleistocene Palaeobotany of California. (Contributions to Palaeontology.) 1934. Octavo, ill + 179 pp., 31 pls., 4 figs.

  • I. CHANEY, RALPH W., and HERBERT L. MASON. A Pleistocene Flora from Santa Cruz Island, California. pp. 1-24, 7 pls., 1 fig. (Issued 1930.)
  • II. POTBURY, SUSAN S. A Pleistocene Flora from San Bruno, San Mateo County, California. pp. 25-44, 4 pls., 2 figs. (Issued Nov. 1932.)
  • III. CHANEY, RALPH W., and HERBERT L. MASON. A Pleistocene Flora from the Asphalt Deposits at Carpinteria, California. pp. 45-79, 9 pls. (Issued Mar. 1933.)
  • IV. MASON, HERBERT L. Pleistocene Flora of the Tomales Formation. pp. 81-179, 11 pls., 1 fig. (Issued Oct. 25, 1934.)

416  Fossil Floras of Yellowstone National Park and Southeastern Oregon (Contributions to Palaeontology.) 1933.    Octavo, iii + 68 pp., 22 pls.

  • I. READ, CHARLES B. Fossil Floras of Yellowstone National Park. Part 1. Coniferous Woods of Lamar River Flora. pp. 1-19, 6 pls. [Issued 1931.]
  • II. MACGINITIE, HARRY D. The Trout Creek Flora of Southeastern Oregon. pp. 21-68, 16 pls. (Issued Oct. 26, 1933.)

417  AITKEN, ROBERT GRANT, in succession to the late ERIC DOOLITTLE. New General Catalogue of Double Stars within 120° of the North Pole. 1932. Quarto.

  • Vol. I. pp. lxxix + 1-707, 1 fig.
  • Vol. II. pp. iii + 708-1488.
  • List of Corrections. 1934. 7 pp.

418  Papers Concerning the Palaeontology of California, Oregon and the Northern Great Basin Province. (Contributions to Palaeontology from Carnegie Institution of Washington.) 1932. Octavo, iii + 113 pp., 14 pls., 22 figs.

  • I. WOODRING, W. P. Distribution and Age of the Marine Tertiary Deposits of the Colorado Desert. pp.1-25, l fig. [Issued 1931.]
  • II. FURLONG, EUSTACE L. Distribution and Description of Skull Remains of the Pliocene Antelope Sphenophalos from the Northern Great Basin Province. pp. 27- 36, 5 pls., 1 fig. [Issued 1931.]
  • III. GAZIN, C. LEWIS. A Miocene Mammalian Fauna from Southeastern Oregon. pp. 37- 86, 6 pls., 20 figs.
  • IV. STOCK, CHESTER. Additions to the Mammalian Fauna from the Tecuya Beds, California. pp. 87-92, 1 pl.
  • V. FURLONG, EUSTACE L. A New Genus of Otter from the Pliocene of the Northern Great Basin Province. pp. 93-103, 2 pls.
  • VI. PACKARD, E. L. A Contribution to the Paleozoic Geology of Central Oregon. pp. 105-113.

419  BOSS, BENJAMIN, under the direction of; ARTHUR J. ROY and WILLIAM B. VARNUM. Albany Catalogue of 20811 Stars for the Epoch 1910. Prepared at the Dudley Observatory, Albany, New York. 1931. Quarto, liii + 430 pp.

420  GOLDSMITH, G. W., and A. L. HAFENRICHTER. Anthokinetics: The Physiology and Ecology of Floral Movements. 1932. Octavo, vi + 198 pp., 29 pls., 34 figs.

421  STURTEVANT, A. H., and T. DOBZHANSKY. Contributions to the Genetics of Certain Chromosome Anomalies in Drosophila melanogaster. 1931. Octavo, v + 81 pp., 1 pl., 4 diagrams, 4 figs.

  • I. STURTEVANT, A. H. Known and Probable Inverted Sections of the Autosomes of Drosophila melanogaster. pp. 1-27, 3 figs.
  • II. DOBZHANSKY, T., and A. H. STURTEVANT. Translocations between the Second and Third Chromosomes of Drosophila and Their Bearing on Oenothera Problems. pp. 29-59, 1 pl., 4 diagrams.
  • III. STURTEVANT, A. H. Two New Attached-X Lines of Drosophila melanogaster, and Further Data on the Behavior of Heterozygous Attached-X’s. pp. 61-81, 1 fig.

422  MERRIAM, JOHN C., and CHESTER STOCK. The Felidae of Rancho La Brea. 1932. Quarto, xvi + 231 pp., frontispiece, 42 pls., 154 figs.

423  VAN DEMAN, ESTHER BOISE. The Building of the Roman Aqueducts. 1934. Quarto, xi + 440 pp., frontispiece, 59 pls., 49 figs., 8 tailpieces.

424  THOMPSON, J. ERIC, HARRY E. D. POLLOCK, and JEAN CHARLOT. A Preliminary Study of the Ruins of Cobá, Quintana Roo, Mexico. 1932. Quarto, vii + 213 pp., map, 18 pls., 70 figs.

425  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G. The Physiology of Large Reptiles, with Special Reference to the Heat Production of Snakes, Tortoises, Lizards and Alligators. 1932. Octavo, x + 539 pp., 106 figs.

426  BINGHAM, HAROLD C. Gorillas in a Native Habitat. Report of the Joint Expedition of 1929-30 of Yale University and Carnegie Institution of Washington for Psychobiological Study of Mountain Gorillas (Gorilla beringei) in Parc National Albert, Belgian Congo, Africa. 1932. Octavo, iv + 66 pp., 22 pls., 5 figs.

427  CASTLE, W. E., and PAUL B. SAWIN. Contributions to the Genetics of the Domestic Rabbit. 1932. Octavo, iii + 50 pp., 12 pls.

  • I. CASTLE, W. E. English and Dutch Spotting and the Genetics of the Hotot Rabbit. pp. 1-13, 6 pls.
  • II. SAWIN, PAUL B. Albino Allelomorphs of the Rabbit with Special Reference to Blue-Eyed Chinchilla and Its Variations. pp. 15-50, 6 pls.

428  DAVENPORT, CHARLES B. The Genetical Factor in Endemic Goiter. (Paper No. 37 of Department of Genetics.) 1932. Octavo, iv + 56 pp., 9 charts, 6 figs.

429  HOWARD, HILDEGARDE. Eagles and Eagle-Like Vultures of the Pleistocene of Rancho La Brea. (Contributions to Palaeontology from Carnegie Institution of Washington.) 1932. Octavo, iii + 82 pp., 29 pls., 3 fig.

430  GRAY, LEWIS CECIL, assisted by ESTHER KATHERINE THOMPSON. History of Agriculture in the Southern United States to 1860. With an introductory note by HENRY CHARLES TAY- LOR. (Contributions to American Economic History from the Board of Research Associates in American Economic History.) 1933. Octavo.

431  SHATTUCK, GEORGE CHEEVER, in collaboration with the following authors: JOSEPH C. BEQUAERT, FRANCIS G. BENEDICT, WILLIAM J. CLENCH, FRANK H. CONNELL, KENNETH GOODNER, MARGARET M. HILFERTY, HELEN C. MAHER, KATHERYN MACKAY, JOHN L. PAGE, ROBERT REDFIELD, OLIVER RICKETSON, JR., JACK H. SANDGROUND, and GEORGE M. SAUNDERS. The Peninsula of Yucatan: Medical, Biological, Meteorological and Sociological Studies. 1933. Quarto, xvii + 576 pp., frontispiece, 68 pls., 30 figs.

432  JOCHELSON, WALDEMAR. History, Ethnology and Anthropology of the Aleut. 1933. Quarto, vii + 91 pp., 29 figs.

433  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXIII, Nos. 134-138. 1932. Quarto, iii + 267 pp., 27 pls., 58 figs.

  • HARTMAN, CARL G. Studies in the Reproduction of the Monkey Macacus (Pithecus) rhesus, with Special Reference to Menstruation and Pregnancy. pp. 1-161, 6 pls., 39 figs. (Contr. 134.)
  • WISLOCKI, GEORGE B. On the Female Reproductive Tract of the Gorilla, with a Comparison of That of Other Primates. pp. 163204, 12 pls., 4 figs. (Contr. 135.)
  • LIMSON, MARCIANO. Observations on the Bones of the Skull in White and Negro Fetuses and Infants. pp. 205-222, 13 figs. (Contr. 136.)
  • SQUIER, RAYMOND R. The Living Egg and Early Stages of Its Development in the Guinea-Pig. pp. 223-250, 2 pls., 2 figs. (Contr. 137.)
  • HEUSER, CHESTER H. A Presomite Human Embryo with a Definite Chorda Canal. pp. 251-267, 7 pls. (Contr. 138.)

434  STEGGERDA, MORRIS. Anthropometry of Adult Maya Indians: A Study of Their Physical and Physiological Characteristics. (Paper No. 38 of Department of Genetics.) 1932. Octavo, iv + 113 pp., 11 pls.

435  Papers from Tortugas Laboratory of Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. XXVIII. 1934. Octavo, iii + 361pp., 51 pls., 36 figs., 1 diagram.

  • I. BREDER, C. M., JR. On the Habits and Development of Certain Atlantic Synentognathi. pp. 1-35, 12 pls., 10 figs. (Issued Dec. 1932.)
  • II. DE LAUBENFELS, M. W. Physiology and Morphology of Porifera, Exemplified by Iotrochota birotulata Higgin. pp. 37-66, 2 pls., 6 figs. (Issued Dec. 1932.)
  • III. GEE, HALDANE. Lime Deposition and the Bacteria. I. Estimate of Bacterial Activity at the Florida Keys. pp. 67-82. (Issued Dec. 1932.)
  • IV. GEE, HALDANE, and CATHARINE B. FELTHAM. Lime Deposition and the Bacteria. II. Characteristics of Aerobic Bacteria from the Florida Keys. pp. 83-91. (Issued Dec. 1932.)
  • V. PEARSE, A. S. Freezing Points of Bloods of Certain Littoral and Estuarine Animals. pp. 93-102. (Issued Dec. 1932.)
  • VI. PEARSE, A. S. Observations on the Parasites and Commensals Found Associated with Crustaceans and Fishes at Dry Tortugas, Florida. pp. 103-115. (Issued Dec. 1932.)
  • VII. PEARSE, A. S. Inhabitants of Certain Sponges at Dry Tortugas. pp. 117-124, 2 pls., 1 fig. (Issued Dec. 1932.)
  • VIII. PEARSE, A. S. Animals in Brackish Water Ponds and Pools at Dry Tortugas. pp. 125-142, 3 pls., 3 figs. (Issued Dec. 1932.)
  • IX. GRAVE, CASWELL. The Botryllus Type of Ascidian Larva. pp.143-156, 4 pls. (Issued Dec. 1932.)
  • X. STONE, RAYMOND G. Radium Radiation Effects on Regeneration in Euratella chamberlin. pp. 157-166, 3 pls., 1 diagram. (Issued Jan. 1933.)
  • XI. MANTER, H. W. The Genus Helicometra and Related Trernatodes from Tortugas, Florida. pp. 167-180, 3 pls. (Issued Mar. 1933.)
  • XII. HAYES, FREDERICK RONALD. Variation in Size and in Nitrogen Requirements during Early Development of the Sea-Urchin, Echinometra lucunter. pp. 181-193, 6 figs. (Issued Mar. 1933.)
  • XIII. CARY, L. R. Growth of Some Tissues of Ptychodera bahamensis in Vitro. pp.195- 213, 4 pls., 1 fig. (Issued Mar. 1933.)
  • XIV. KUNKEL, B. W. The Selective Action of Certain Adverse Environmental Conditions on the Hermit Crab (Clibanarius tricolor Gibbes). pp. 215-244. (Issued Aug. 1933.)
  • XV. SHOEMAKER, CLARENCE R. Two New Genera and Six New Species of Amphipoda from Tortugas. pp. 245-256, 8 figs. (Issued Nov. 1933.)
  • XVI. MANTER, H. W. Some Digenetic Trematodes from Deep-Water Fish of Tortugas, Florida. pp. 257-345, 15 pls. (Issued Jan. 16, 1934.)
  • XVII. DARBY, HUGH H. The Mechanism of Asymmetry in the Alpheidae. pp. 347-361, 3 pls., 1 fig. (Issued Feb. 1934.)

436  Contributions to American Archaeology. Vol-II, Nos. 5-12. 1934. Quarto, iii + 355 pp., 37 pls., 1 map, 89 figs.

  • SMITH, A. LEDYARD. Two Recent Ceramic Finds at Uaxactun. With notes by SYLVANUS G. MORLEY. pp. 1-25, 5 pls., 9 figs. (Contr. 5, issued 1932.)
  • ROYS, LAWRENCE. The Engineering Knowledge of the Maya. pp. 27-105, 1 map, 32 figs. (Contr. 6, issued 1934.) WAUCHOPE, ROBERT. House Mounds of Uaxactun, Guatemala. With notes on the pottery by EDITH B. RICKETSON. pp. 107-171, 9 pls., 33 figs. (Contr. 7, issued Mar. 1934.)
  • LUNDELL, CYRUS LONGWORTH. Ruins of Polol and Other Archaeological Discoveries in the Department of Peten, Guatemala. pp. 173-186, 9 pls., 4 figs. (Contr. 8, issued Mar. 1934.)
  • VILLA R., ALFONSO. The Yaxuna-Cobá Causeway. pp. 187-208, 9 pls. (Contr. 9, issued Apr. 1934.)
  • THOMPSON, J. ERIC. Sky Bearers, Colors and Directions in Maya and Mexican Religion. pp. 209-242, 5 pls. (Contr. 10, issued Aug. 30, 1934.)
  • THOMPSON, J. ERIC. Maya Chronology: The Fifteen Tun Glyph. pp. 243-254, 3 figs. (Contr. 11, issued Aug. 30, 1934.)
  • LUNDELL, CYRUS LONGWORTH. Preliminary Sketch of the Phytogeography of the Yucatan Peninsula. With appendix, The Grasses of the Yucatan Peninsula, by JASON R. SWALLEN.  pp. 255-355, 8 figs. (Contr. 12, issued Oct. 1934.)

437  MORLEY, SYLVANUS GRISWOLD. The Inscriptions of Peten. Quarto.

  • Vol. I. 1938. xxviii + 466 pp., frontispiece, tailpiece, figs. 1-24.
  • Vol. II. 1938. xi + 608 pp., frontispiece, tailpiece, figs. 25-88.
  • Vol. III. 1938. ix + 494 pp., frontispiece, tailpiece, figs. 89-137.
  • Vol. IV. [With appendixes by HAKON WADDELL, JOHN L. PAGE, and J. O. KILMARTIN.] 1938. xii + 497 pp., frontispiece, tailpiece, figs. 138-161.
  • Vol. V. Plates. 1937.

438  ROYS, RALPH L. The Book of Chilam Balam of Chumayel. 1933. Quarto, viii + 229 pp., 2 pls., 48 figs.

439  CHANEY, RALPH W., and ETHEL I. SANBORN. The Goshen Flora of West Central Oregon. (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1933. Quarto, iii + 103 pp., 40 pls.

440  Papers Concerning the Palaeontology of California, Arizona, and Idaho. (Contributions to Palaeontology.) 1934. Octavo, iii + 135 pp., 28 pls., 15 figs.

  • I. MERRIAM, JOHN C., and CHESTER STOCK. Tertiary Mammals from the Auriferous Gravels near Columbia, California. pp. 1-6, 2 figs. (Issued Nov. 1933.)
  • II. LOUDERBACK, GEORGE D. Notes on the Geologic Section near Columbia, California, with Special Reference to the Occurrence of Fossils in the Auriferous Gravels. pp. 7-13. (Issued Nov. 1933.)
  • III. STOCK, CHESTER. Perissodactyla from the Sespe of the Las Posas Hills, California. pp. 15-27, 4 pls. (Issued Nov. 1933.)
  • IV. STOCK, CHESTER. Carnivora from the Sespe of the Las Posas Hills, California. pp. 29-41, 3 pls. (Issued Nov. 1933.)
  • V. BODE, FRANCIS D. Anchitheriine Horses from the Merychippus Zone of the North Coalinga District, California. pp. 4358, 5 pls. (Issued Nov. 1933.)
  • VI. WILSON, ROBERT W. The Pleistocene Mammalian Fauna from the Carpinteria Asphalt. pp. 59-76. (Issued Nov. 1933.)
  • VII.  MCKEE, EDWIN D. The Coconino Sandstone-Its History and Origin. pp. 77-115, 14 pls., 5 figs. (Issued Nov. 1933.)
  • VIII. WILSON, ROBERT W. A Rodent Fauna from Later Cenozoic Beds of Southwest- ern Idaho. pp. 117-135, 2 pls., 8 figs. (Issued Dec. 1933.)

441  MACDOUGAL, D. T., and EARL B. WORKING. The Pneumatic System of Plants, Especially Trees. 1933. Octavo, 87 pp., 5 figs.

442  HEIDEL, WILLIAM ARTHUR. The Heroic Age of Science: The Conception, Ideals, and Methods of Science among the Ancient Greeks. 1933. Octavo, vii + 203 pp.

443  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXIV, Nos. 139-143. 1933. Quarto, iii + 201 pp., 31 pls., 26 figs.

  • LANGWORTHY, ORTHELLO R. Development of Behavior Patterns and Myelinization of the Nervous System in the Human Fetus and Infant. pp. 1-57, 4 pls. (Contr. 139.)
  • KOFF, ARTHUR K. Development of the Vagina in the Human Fetus. pp. 59-90, 5 pls. (Contr. 140.)
  • WELLER, G. LOUIS, JR. Development of the Thyroid, Parathyroid and Thymus Glands in Man. pp. 93-139, 4 pls., 20 figs. (Contr. 141.)
  • BARTELMEZ, G. W. Histological Studies on the Menstruating Mucous Membrane of the Human Uterus. pp. 141-186, 16 pls. (Contr. 142.)
  • LEWIS, WARREN H., and CARL G. HARTMAN. Early Cleavage Stages of the Egg of the Monkey (Macacus rhesus). pp. 187-201, 2 pls., 6 figs. (Contr. 143.)

444  LOTHROP, SAMUEL KIRKLAND. Atitlan: An Archaeological Study of Ancient Remains on the Borders of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. 1933. Quarto, viii + 122 pp., 75 figs.

445  VICKERY, HUBERT BRADFORD, GEORGE W. PUCHER, ALFRED J. WAKEMAN, and CHARLES S. LEAVENWORTH, with technical assistance of LAURENCE S. NOLAN. Chemical Investigations of the Tobacco Plant. 1933. Octavo, v + 77 pp., 12 figs.

446  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and CORNELIA GOLAY BENEDICT. Mental Effort in Relation to Gaseous Exchange, Heart Rate, and Mechanics of Respiration. 1933. Octavo, 83 pp., 2 pls., 3 figs. Cloth, $1.50

447  Marine Mammals. (Contributions to Palaeontology.) 1934. Octavo, iii + 136 pp., 8 pls., 41 figs.

  • I. PACKARD, EARL L., and REMINGTON KELLOGG. A New Cetothere from the Miocene Astoria Formation of Newport, Oregon. pp. 1-62, 3 pls., 24 figs.
  • II. KELLOGG, REMINGTON. The Patagonian Fossil Whalebone Whale, Cetotherium moreni (Lydekker). pp. 63-81, 4 pls., 2 figs.
  • III. KELLOGG, REMINGTON. A New Cetothere from the Modelo Formation at Los Angeles, California. pp. 83-104, 1 pl., 3 figs.
  • IV. HUBER, ERNST. Anatomical Notes on Pinnipedia and Cetacea. pp. 105-136, 12 figs.

448  REDFIELD, ROBERT, and ALFONSO VILLA R. Chan Kom— Maya Village. 1934. Quarto, viii + 387 pp., 16 pls., 15 figs.

449  WIELAND, G. R. The Cerro Cuadrado Petrified Forest. 1935. Quarto, ix +180 pp., frontispiece, 33 pls., 49 figs.

450  HAASIS, FERDINAND W. Diametral Changes in Tree Trunks. 1934. Octavo, iii + 103 pp., 4 pls., 31 figs.

451  SINNOTT, EDMUND W., HELEN HOUGHTALING, and ALBERT F. BLAKESLEE. The Comparative Anatomy of Extra-Chromosomal Types in Datura stramonium. (Paper No. 39, Department of Genetics.) 1934. Octavo, iii + 50 pp., 19 pls., 28 figs.

452  Papers from Tortugas Laboratory of Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. XXIX. 1936. Octavo, iii + 386 pp., 26 pls., 49 figs., 11 graphs.

  • I. STONE,- RAYMOND G. Regeneration in the Cirratulid Cirrineris. pp. 1-12, 3 pls. (Issued Nov. 30, 1935.)
  • II. DOYLE, WM. L. Cytology of Valonia. pp. 13-21, 1 pl., 7 figs. (Issued Nov. 30, 1935.)
  • III. BREDER, C. M., JR., and J. E. HARRIS. Effect of Light on Orientation and Stability of Young Plectognath Fish. pp. 23-36, 3 figs. (Issued Nov. 30, 1935.)
  • IV. THORP, ELDON MARION. Calcareous Shallow-Water Marine Deposits of Florida and the Bahamas. With appendices: 1, Diatoms in Bottom Deposits from the Baha- mas and the Florida Keys, by ALBERT MANN; 2, Current Measurements along the Florida Coral Reef Tract, by THOMAS WAYLAND VAUGHAN, [with] Notes on Current Observations, Florida Keys, June, October, November, 1914, by FRANK J. HAIGHT. pp. 37-143, 5 pls., 14 figs. (Issued Dec. 9, 1935.)
  • V. DARBY, HUGH H. Intersexuality in the Criistacea. pp. 145149, 1 pl. (Issued Dec. 9, 1935.)
  • VI. DARBY, HUGH H. The Mechanism of Chela Differentiation in the Crustacea. pp. 151-170. (Issued Dec. 9, 1935.)
  • VII. RICHARDS, OSCAR W. Analysis of the Constant Differential Growth Ratio. pp. 171-183, 5 figs. (Issued Dec. 9, 1935.)
  • VIII. YONGE, C. M. Studies on the Biology of Tortugas Corals. 1.Observations on Maeandra areolata Linn. pp. 185-198, 3 pls.,1 fig. (Issued Dec. 9, 1935.)
  • IX. YONGE, C. M. Studies on the Biology of Tortugas Corals. II. Variation in the Genus Siderastrea. pp. 199-208, 1 pl. (Issued Dec. 9, 1935.)
  • X. GRAVE, CASWELL. Metamorphosis of Ascidian Larvae. pp. 209-291, 2 pls., 1 fig., 10 graphs. (Issued Dec. 9, 1935.)
  • XI. POWERS, PHILIP B. A. Studies on the Ciliates of Sea-Urchins: A General Survey of the Infestations Occurring in Tortugas Echinoids. pp. 293-326, 2 pls., 14 figs. (Issued Dec. 9, 1935.)
  • XII. WILSON, CHARLES BRANCH. Parasitic Copepods from the Dry Tortugas. pp. 327-347, 6 pls. (Issued Dec. 9, 1935.)
  • XIII. LEITCH, JAMES L. The Water Exchanges of Living Cells. III. The Application of a Photographic Method to the Determination of the Non-solvent Volume of the Eggs of Echinometra lucunter. pp. 349-358, 1 pl., 1 graph. (Issued Mar. 10, 1936.)
  • XIV. KOPAC, M. J. Electrical Resistance of Valonia. I. Changes in Resistance with Time in Impaled Coenocytes. pp. 359-386, 1 pl., 4 figs. (Issued Mar. 10, 1936.)

453  Papers Concerning the Palaeontology of California, Nevada and Oregon. (Contributions to Palaeontology from Carnegie Institution of Washington.) 1935. Octavo, iii + 125 pp., 25 pls., 29 figs.

  • I. FURLONG, EUSTACE L. New Merycodonts from the Upper Miocene of Nevada. pp. 1-10, 5 pls. (Issued May 25, 1934.)
  • II. WILSON, ROBERT W. Two Rodents and a Lagomorph from the Sespe of the Las Posas Hills, California. pp. 11-17, 1 pl., 1 fig. (Issued 7 July 1934.)
  • III. WILSON, ROBERT W. A New Species of Dipoides from the Pliocene of Eastern Oregon. pp. 19-28, 1 pl., 1 fig. (Issued Dec. 20, 1934.)
  • IV. LAUDERMILK, J. D., and PHILIP A. MUNZ. Plants in the Dung of Nothrotherium from Gypsum Cave, Nevada. pp. 29-37, 11 pls. (Issued Dec. 20, 1934.)
  • V. BODE, FRANCIS D. Tooth Characters of Protohippine Horses with Special Reference to Species from the Merycliippus Zone, California. pp. 39-63, 2 pls., 6 figs. (Issued Dec. 20, 1934.)
  • VI. BODE, FRANCIS D. The Fauna of the Merychippus Zone, North Coalinga District, California. pp. 65-96, 2 pls., 10 figs. (Issued July 26, 1935.)
  • VII. SCHARF, DAVID W. A Miocene Mammalian Fauna from Sucker Creek, Southeast- ern Oregon. pp. 97-118, 2 pls., 11 figs. (Issued July 20, 1935.)
  • VIII. STOCK, CHESTER. Artiodactyla from the Sespe of the Las Posas Hills, California. pp.119-125, l pl. (Issued July 20, 1935.)

454  RUPPERT, KARL. The Caracol at Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico. 1935. Quarto, xii + 294 pp., frontispiece, 350 figs.

455  Middle Cenozoic Floras of Western North America. (Contributions to Palaeontology.) 1936. Octavo, iii + [1] + 152 pp., 26 pls., 5 figs.

  • I. OLIVER, ELIZABETH. A Miocene Flora from the Blue Mountains, Oregon. pp.[I] + 1-27, 5 pls. (Issued Nov.22,1934.)
  • II. LAMOTTE, ROBERT SMITH. Climatic Implications of Sapindus oregonianus. pp.29-38, 3 pls., 2 figs. (Issued Jan. 30,1935.)
  • III. LAMOTTE, ROBERT SMITH. The Miocene Tilias of Western America. pp. 39-48, 3 pls. (Issued July 10,1935.)
  • IV. LAMOTTE, ROBERT SMITH. An Upper Oligocene Florule from Vancouver Island. pp. 49-56, 1 pl. (Issued July 10, 1935.)
  • V. LAMOTTE, ROBERT SMITH. The Upper Cedarville Flora of Northwestern Nevada and Adjacent California. pp. 57-142, 14 pls., 3 figs. (Issued Aug. 12, 1936.)
  • Supplement. LAMOTTE, ROBERT SMITH. Some Systematic Revisions in Miocene Palaeobotany, 1934-36. pp. 143-148. (Issued Oct. 24, 1936.)

456  Contributions to American Archaeology. Vol. III, Nos. 13-19. 1937. Quarto, iii + 231 pp., 24 pls., 38 figs.

  • REDFIELD, MARGARET PARK. The Folk Literature of a Yucatecan Town. pp. 1-50. (Contr. 13, issued June 1935.)
  • THOMPSON, J. ERIC. Maya Chronology: The Correlation Question.  With appendices: I, The Astronomical Approach, by J. ERIC THOMPSON; II, Maya Planetary Observations, by LAWRENCE ROYS; III, Remarks on the Correlation Question, by
  • R. C. E. LONG; IV, The Maya Year Bearers, by J. ERIC THOMPSON. pp. 51-104. (Contr. 14)
  • KIDDER, A. V. Notes on the Ruins of San Agustin Acasaguastlan, Guatemala. pp. 105- 120, 3 pls., 8 figs. (Contr. 15)
  • STROMSVIK, GUSTAV. Notes on Metates from Calakmul, Campeche, and from the Mercado, Chichen Itza, Yucatan. pp. 121-127, 2 pls., 4 figs. (Contr. 16)
  • POLLOCK, H. E. D. The Casa Redonda at Chichen Itza, Yucatan. pp. 129-154, 8 pls., 7 figs. (Contr. 17)
  • BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and MORRIS STEGGERDA. The Food of the Present-Day Maya Indians of Yucatan. pp. 155-188. (Contr. 18)
  • SMITH, ROBERT E. A Study of Structure A-I Complex at Uaxactun, Peten, Guatemala. pp. 189-231, 11 pls., 19 figs. (Contr. 19)

457  PEARSE, A. S., EDWIN P. CREASER, F. G. HALL, and ... collaborators. The Cenotes of Yucatan: A Zoological and Hydrographic Survey. 1936. Quarto, iii + 304 pp., 19 pls., 246 figs.

  • PEARSE, A. S. Introduction. Pp. 1-4.
  • I. HALL, F. G. Physical and Chemical Survey of Cenotes of Yucatan. pp. 5-16, 4 figs.
  • II. PEARSE, A. S. Results of Survey of the Cenotes in Yucatan. pp. 17-28, 2 pls., 7 figs.
  • III. OLD, MARCUS C. Yucatan Fresh-Water Sponges. pp. 29-31, 2 figs.
  • IV. MANTER, H. W. Some Trematodes of Cenote Fish from Yucatan. pp. 33-38, 2 figs.
  • V. BROWN, CLAUDEOUS J. D. Polyzoa. Pp. 39, 1 fig.
  • VI. MOORE, J. PERCY. Hirudinea from Yucatan. pp. 41-43.
  • VII. PEARSE, A. S. Parasites from Yucatan. pp. 45-59, 21 figs.
  • VIII. BEQUAERT, J., and W. J. CLENCH. A Second Contribution to the Molluscan Fauna of Yucatan. pp. 61-75, 2 pls.
  • IX. WILSON, C. B. Copepods from the Cenotes and Caves of the Yucatan Peninsula, with Notes on Cladocerans. pp. 77-88, 20 figs.
  • X. FURTOS, NORMA C. On the Ostracoda from the Cenotes of Yucatan and Vicinity. pp. 89-115, 127 figs.
  • XI. CREASER, EDWIN P. Crustaceans from Yucatan. pp. 117-132, 43 figs.
  • XII. MARSHALL, RUTH. Hydracarina from Yucatan. pp. 133-137, 17 figs.
  • XIII. WILLIAMSON, E. B. Odonata from Yucatan. pp. 139-143.
  • XIV. HUNGERFORD, H. B. Aquatic and Semiaquatic Hemiptera Collected in Yucatan and Campeche. pp. 145-150, 1 fig.
  • XV. PEARSE, A. S. Chironomid Larvae from Yucatan. p. 151.
  • XVI. DARLINGTON, P. J., JR. Aquatic Coleoptera from Yucatan. pp. 153-155.
  • XVII. HUBBS, CARL L. Fishes of the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 157-287, 15 pls., 1 fig.
  • VIII. GAIGE, HELEN T. Some Reptiles and Amphibians from Yucatan and Campeche, Mexico. pp. 289-304.

458  PERRET, FRANK A. The Eruption of Mt. Pelée 1929-1932. [With water analysis by E.G. ZIESS.] 1935. Second printing, 1937. Quarto, vi + 126 pp., frontispiece, 72 figs., I diagram, 1 chart.

459  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXV, Nos. 144-151. 1935. Quarto, iii + 181 pp., 24 pls., 6 figs.

  • HEUSER, CHESTER H., and GEORGE B. WISLOCKI. Early Development of the Sloth (Bradypus griseus) and Its Similarity to That of Man. pp. 1-13, 4 pls., I fig. (Contr. 144.)
  • BAXTER, JAMES S. Development of the Female Genital Tract in the American Opossum. pp. 15-35, 3 pls., 2 figs. (Contr. 145.)
  • HERTIG, ARTHUR T. Angiogenesis in the Early Human Chorion and in the Primary Placenta of the Macaque Monkey. pp. 37-81, 5 pls., 3 figs. (Contr. 146.)
  • BREMER , JOHN L. Postnatal Development of Alveoli in the Mammalian Lung in Relation to the Problem of the Alveolar Phagocyte. pp. 83-110, 4 pls. (Contr. 147.)
  • LEWIS, WARREN H., and ELSIE STARR WRIGHT. On the Early Development of the Mouse Egg. pp. 113-143, 6 pls. (Contr.148.)
  • MENCKE, JOHN F. Photodynamic Action on Normal and Malignant Cells in Vitro. pp. 145-160. (Contr. 149.)
  • LEWIS, WARREN H. Rat Malignant Cells in Roller Tube Cultures and Some Results. pp. 161-172, 1 pl. (Contr. 150.)
  • SCHOPPER, WERNER. The Walker Rat Carcinoma No. 72 in Tissue Culture. pp. 173- 181, 1 pl. (Contr. 151.)

460  SYKES, GODFREY. The Colorado Delta. 1937. Octavo, vii + 193 pp., 74 figs., map

461  Botany of the Maya Area: Miscellaneous Papers I-XIII. 1936. Octavo, iii + 328 pp., 56 pls., 19 figs. (Continued in Publication 522)

  • I. BARTLETT, HARLEY HARRIS. A Method of Procedure for Field Work in Tropical American Phytogeography Based upon a Botanical Reconnaissance in Parts of British Honduras and the Peten Forest of Guatemala. pp. 1-25, 14 pls.
  • II. BARTLETT, HARLEY HARRIS. Various Palmae Corypheae of Central America and Mexico. pp. 27-41, 12 pls.
  • III. BARTLETT, HARLEY HARRIS. Scheelea Lundellii, a New “Corozo” Palm from the Department of Peten, Guatemala. pp. 43-47, 5 pls.
  • IV. STANDLEY, PAUL C. New Plants from the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 49-91.
  • V. MAINS, E. B. Rusts and Smuts from the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 93-106, 4 pls.
  • VI. HEDRICK, JOYCE. Lichens from the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 107-114, 4 pls.
  • VII. TAYLOR, WM. RANDOLPH. Marine Algae from the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 115- 124.
  • VIII. MORTON, C. V. Enumeration of the Malpighiaceae of the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 125-140.
  • IX. SWALLEN, JASON R. The Grasses of British Honduras and the Peten, Guatemala. pp-141-189, 4 pls.
  • X. LEONARD, E. C. The Acanthaceae of the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 191-238, 19 figs.
  • XI. MORTON, C. V. Notes on Dioscorea, with Special Reference to the Species of the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 239-253.
  • XII. KILLIP, E. P., and C. V. MORTON. A Revision of the Mexican and Central Ameri- can Species of Smilax. pp. 255-297, 11 pls.
  • XIII. KILLIP, E. P. Passifloraceae of the Mayan Region. pp. 299-328, 2 pls.

462  MACDOUGAL, D. T. Studies in Tree-Growth by the Dendrographic Method. 1936. Octavo, iii + 256 pp., 9 pls., 56 figs.

463  HINDS, NORMAN E. A. Contributions to Pre-Cambrian Geology of Western North America. 1936. Octavo, iii +136 pp., 29 pls., 12 figs.

  • I. Ep-Archean and Ep-Algonkian Intervals in Western North America. pp. 1-52, 11 pls., 7 figs.
  • II. Uncompahgran and Beltian Deposits in Western North America. pp. 53-136, 18 pls., 5 figs.

464  DICKSON, L. E. Researches on Waring’s Problem. 1935. Octavo, v + 257 pp.

465  Eocene Flora of Western America. (Contributions to Palaeontology.) 1937. Quarto, iii + 156 pp., 44 pls., 6 figs.

  • I. SANBORN, ETHEL I. The Comstock Flora of West Central Oregon. pp. 1-28, 10 pls.
  • II. POTBURY, SUSAN S. The La Porte Flora of Plumas County, California. pp. 29-81, 19 pls., 1 fig.
  • III. MACGINITIE, HARRY D. The Flora of the Weaverville Beds of Trinity County, California; with Descriptions of the Plant-Bearing Beds. pp. 83-151, 15 pls., 5 figs.

466  ALLEN, E. T., and ARTHUR L. DAY. Hot Springs of the Yellowstone National Park. With microscopic examinations by H. E. MERWIN. 1935. Quarto, xviii + 525 pp., frontispiece, 227 figs., map.

467  DE LAUBENFELS, M. W. A Discussion of the Sponge Fauna of the Dry Tortugas in Particular and the West Indies in General, with Material for a Revision of the Families and Orders of the Porifera. (Papers from Tortugas Laboratory, Vol. XXX.) 1936. Quarto, iii + 225 pp., 22 pls., 1 fig.

468  BOSS, BENJAMIN, With the collaboration Of SEBASTIAN ALBRECHT, HEROY JENKINS, HARRY RAYMOND, ARTHUR J. ROY, WILLIAM B. VARNUM, and RALPH E. WILSON. General Catalogue of 33342 Stars for the Epoch 1950. Prepared at the Dudley Observatory, Albany, New York. Quarto.

469  ANTEVS, ERNST. Edited by J. K. WRIGHT. Rainfall and Tree Growth in the Great Basin. 1938. Octavo, vii + 97 pp., 2 pls., 7 figs

470  WILLIS, BAILEY. East African Plateaus and Rift Valleys. (Studies in Comparative Seismology.) 1936. Quarto, x + 358 pp., frontispiece, 72 pls., 16 figs.

471  POLLOCK, H. E. D. Round Structures of Aboriginal Middle America. 1936. Quart viii + 182 pp., 44 figs., 1map.

472  LOTHROP, SAMUEL KIRKLAND. Zacualpa: A Study of Ancient Quiché Artifacts. 1936. Quarto, vi + 103 pp., 7 pls., 107 figs.

473  Studies of Tertiary and Quaternary Mammals of North America. (Contributions to Palaeontology.) 1936. Octavo, iii + 119 pp., 11 pls., 9 figs.

  • I. SCHULTZ, JOHN R. Plesippus francescana (Frick) from the Late Pliocene, Coso Mountains, California; with a Review of the Genus Plesippus. pp. 1-13, 3 pls., 3 figs.
  • II. WILSON, ROBFRT W. A Pliocene Rodent Fauna from Smiths Valley, Nevada. pp. 15- 34, 2 pls.
  • III. STOCK, CHFSTER. A Pliomastodon Skull from the Thousand Creek Beds, North- western Nevada. pp. 35-39, 1 pl.
  • IV. HALL, E. RAYMOND. Mustelid Mammals from the Pleistocene of North America; with Systematic Notes on Some Recent Members of the Genera Mustela, Vaxidea and Mephitis. pp. 41-119, 5 pls., 6 figs.

474  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G. The Physiology of the Elephant. 1936. Octavo, vii + 302 pp., 8 pls., 13 figs.

475  Papers from Tortugas Laboratory of Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol. XXXI. 1937. Octavo, iii + 214 pp., 6 pls., 40 figs., 5 graphs. Cloth, $3.25

  • I. MARSH, GORDON. Effect of Temperature upon the Inherent Potential of Valonia. pp. 1-16, 3 figs.
  • II. SMITH, H. G. Contribution to the Anatomy and Physiology of Cassiopea frondosa. pp. 17-52, 1 pl., 20 figs.
  • III. LEITCH, JAMES L. The Water Exchanges of Living Cells. IV. Further Studies on the Water Relations of the Eggs of the Sea Urchin, Echinometra lucunter. pp. 53-70, 5 graphs.
  • IV. PAYNE, FERNANDUS. Early Development of Ptychodera bahamensis. pp. 71-76, 2 pls.
  • V. HESS, WALTER N. Reactions to Light in Ptychodera bahamensis, Spengel. pp. 77-86.
  • VI. STEWARD, F. C., and J. C. MARTIN. The Distribution and Physiology of Valonia at the Dry Tortugas, with Special Reference to the Problem of Salt Accumulation in Plants. pp. 87-170, 2 pls., 4 figs.
  • VII. HARRIS, JOHN E. The Mechanical Significance of the Position and Movements of the Paired Fins in the Teleostei. pp. 171-189, 8 figs.
  • VIII. DARBY, HUGH H., E. R. FENIMORE JOHNSON, and GEORGE W. BARNES. Studies on the Absorption and Scattering of Solar Radiation by the Sea: Spectro- graphic and Photoelectric Measurements. pp. 191-205, 1 pl., 5 figs.
  • IX. YONGE, C. M. Studies on the Biology of Tortugas Corals. III. The Effect of Mucus on Oxygen Consumption. pp. 207-214.

476  Miocene and Pliocene Floras of Western North America. (Contributions to Palaeontology.) 1938. Octavo, iii + 270 pp., 30 pls., 15 figs.

  • I. CHANEY, RALPH W., and MAXIM K. ELIAS. Late Tertiary Floras from the High Plains. With a chapter on the Lower Pliocene Vertebrate fossils from the Ogallala Formation (Lavern Zone) of Beaver County, Oklahoma, by CURTIS J. HESSE,. pp.1- 72, 7 pls., 11 figs.
  • II. DORF, ERLING. A Late Tertiary Flora from Southwestern Idaho. pp. 73-124, 3 pls., 2 figs.
  • III. AXELROD, DANIEL I. A Pliocene Flora from the Mount Eden Beds, Southern California. pp. 125-183, 6 pls., 1 fig.
  • IV. CHANEY, RALPH W. The Deschutes Flora of Eastern Oregon. pp. 185-216, 7 pls.
  • V. CONDIT, CARLTON. The San Pablo Flora of West Central California. pp. 217-268, 7 pls., 1 fig.

477  RICKETSON, OLIVER G., JR., and EDITH BAYLES RICKETSON. Uaxactun, Guatemala. Group E-1926-1931. Appendices by MONROE AMSDEN, A. LEDYARD SMITH, and H. E. D. POLLOCK. 1937. Quarto, xv + 314 pp., 88 pls., 198 figs.

478  LUNDELL, CYRUS LONGWORTH. The Vegetation of Peten. With an appendix, Studies of Mexican and Central American Plants-1. 1937. Quarto, ix + 244 pp., 39 pls., 3 figs.

479  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXVI, Nos. 152-159. 1937. Quarto, iii + 294 pp., 42 pls., 32 figs.

  • BOYD, JAMES DIXON. The Development of the Human Carotid Body. pp. 1-31, 6 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 152.)
  • GERSH, I. The Correlation of Structure and Function in the Developing Mesonephros and Metanephros. pp. 33-58. (Contr. 153.)
  • MURATORI, GIULIO. Embryonal Germ-Cells of the Chick in Hanging-Drop Cultures. pp. 59-69, 3 pls. (Contr. 154.)
  • SCHULTZ, ADOLPH H. Fetal Growth and Development of the Rhesus Monkey. pp. 71- 97, 2 pls., 5 figs. (Contr. 155.)
  • RAMSEY, ELIZABETH MAPELSDEN. The Lockyer Embryo: An Ear Human Embryo in Situ. pp. 99-119, 1 pl., 1 fig. (Contr. 156.)
  • FLEXNER, LOUIS B., and I. GERSH. The Correlation of Oxygen Consumption, Function and Structure in the Developing Metanephros of the Pig. pp. 121-127. (Contr. 157.)
  • MOSSMAN, HARLAND W. Comparative Morphogenesis of the Fetal Membranes and Accessory Uterine Structures. pp. 129-246, 24 pls., 14 figs. (Contr. 158.)
  • NORRIS, EDGAR H. The Parathyroid Glands and the Lateral Thyroid in Man: Their Morphogenesis, Histogenesis, Topographic Anatomy and Prenatal Growth. pp. 247-294, 6 pls., 11 figs. (Contr. 159.)

480  SYKES, GODFREY. Delta, Estuary, and Lower Portion of the Channel of the Colorado River 1933 to 1935. 1937. Octavo, vi + 70 pp., 6 pls., 5 figs.

481  GRINNELL, JOSEPH, and JEAN M. LINSDALE. Vertebrate Animals of Point Lobos Reserve, 1934-35. 1936. Octavo, vi + 159 pp., 39 pls., 1 fig.

482  KELLOGG, REMINGTON. A Review of the Archaeoceti. 1936. Quarto, xv + 366 pp., 37 pls., 88 figs.

483  Contributions to American Archaeology. Vol. IV, Nos. 20-23. 1937. Quarto, iii + 217 pp., 1 frontispiece, 41 pls.

  • SMITH, A. LEDYARD. Structure A-XVIII, Uaxactun. pp. 1-27, 24 pls., 3 figs. (Contr. 20)
  • BEYER, HERMANN. Studies on the Inscriptions of Chichen Itza. pp. 29-175, 14 pls., 772 figs. (Contr. 21)
  • THOMPSON, J. ERIC. A New Method of Deciphering Yucatecan Dates with Special Reference to Chichen Itza. pp. 177-197. (Contr. 22)
  • KEMPTON, J. H., and WILSON POPENOE. Teosinte in Guatemala: Report of an Expedition to Guatemala, El Salvador, and Chiapas, Mexico. pp. 199-217, frontispiece (map), 3 pls. (Contr. 23)

484  BABCOCK, ERNEST B., and G. LEDYARD STEBBINS, JR. The Genus Youngia. 1937. Octavo, iii + 106 pp., 5 pls., 31 figs.

485  DICE, LEE R., and PHILIP M. BLOSSOM. Studies of Mammalian Ecology in Southwestern North America, with Special Attention to the Colors of Desert Mammals. 1937. Octavo, iv + 129 pp., 8 pls., 8 figs.

486  GLOCK, WALDO S. Principles and Methods of Tree-Ring Analysis. With a foreword by A. E. DOUGLASS, and a contribution by G. A. PEARSON. 1937. Octavo, viii + 100 pp., 14 pls., 44 figs.

487  Studies on Cenozoic Vertebrates of Western North America (Contributions to Palaeontology.) 1938. Octavo, iii + 281 pp., 48 pls., 24 figs., 1 chart.

  • I. WILSON, ROBERT W. New Middle Pliocene Rodent and Lagomorph Faunas from Oregon and California. pp. 1-19, 3 pls.
  • II. WILSON, ROBERT W. Pliocene Rodents of Western North America. pp. 21-73, 2 figs.
  • III. SCHULTZ, JOHN R. A Late Cenozoic Vertebrate Fauna from the Coso Mountains, Inyo County, California. pp. 75-109, 8 pls., 5 figs.
  • IV. SCHULTZ, JOHN R. A Late Quaternary Mammal Fauna from the Tar Seeps of McKittrick, California. pp. 111-215, 17 pls., 12 figs.
  • V. HOWARD, HILDEGARDE. The Rancho La Brea Caracara: A New Species. pp. 217- 240, 3 pls., 1 chart.
  • VI. COLBERT, EDWIN H. Pliocene Peccaries from the Pacific Coast Region of North America. pp. 241-269, 6 pls., 4 figs.
  • VII. LAUDERMILK, J. D., and P. A. MUNZ. Plants in the Dung of Nothrotherium from Rampart and Muav Caves, Arizona. pp.271-2 81, 11 pls., 1 fig.

488  FARNAM, HENRY W. Edited by CLIVE DAY. With an introductory note by VICTOR S. CLARK. Chapters in the History of Social Legislation in the United States to 1860. (Contributions to American Economic History from the Board of Research Associates in American Economic History.) 1938. Octavo, xx + 496 pp.

489  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and ROBERT C. LEE. Lipogenesis in the Animal Body, with Special Reference to the Physiology of the Goose. 1937. Octavo, ix + 232 pp., 30 figs.

490  STRAIN, HAROLD H. Leaf Xanthophylls. With a foreword by H. A. SPOEHR. 1938. Octavo, xi + 147 pp., frontispiece, 23 figs.

491  PEARSE, A. S., with [collaborators]. Fauna of the Caves of Yucatan. 1938. Quarto, iii + 304 pp., 8 pls., 328 figs., 2 graphs.

  • PEARSE, A. S. Introduction. pp. 1-17, 8 figs.
  • I. WOLF, FREDERICK A. Fungal Flora of Yucatan Caves. pp. 19-21, 1 pl.
  • II. HYMAN, LIBBIE, H. Land Planarians from Yucatan. pp. 23-32, 9 figs.
  • III. STUNKARD, HORACE W. Parasitic Flatworms from Yucatan. pp. 33-50, 8 figs.
  • IV. CHITWOOD, B. G. Some Nematodes from the Caves of Yucatan. pp. 51-66, 45 figs.
  • V. MOORE, J. PERCY. Leeches (Hirudinea) from Yucatan Caves. pp. 67-70, 2 figs.
  • VI. PICKFORD, GRACE E. Earthworms in Yucatan Caves. pp. 71-100, 3 pls., 16 figs.
  • VII. CHAMBERLIN, RALPH V., and WILTON IVIE. Arachnida of the Orders Pedipalpida, Scorpionida, and Ricinulida. pp. 101-107, 17 figs .
  • VIII. CHAMBERLIN, JOSEPH C. A New Genus and Three New Species of False Scorpi- ons from Yucatan Caves (Arachnida—Chelonethida). pp. 109-121, 4 figs.
  • IX. CHAMBERLIN, RALPH V., and WILTON IVIE. Araneida from Yucatan. pp. 123- 136, 24 figs.
  • X. WHARTON, G. W. Acarina of Yucatan Caves. pp. 137-152, 28 figs.
  • XI. [PEARSE, A. S., with C. B. WILSON.] Copepoda from Yucatan Caves. pp. 153-154.
  • XII. FURTOS, NORMA C. A New Species of Cypridopsis from Yucatan. pp. 155-157, 1 fig.
  • XIII. CREASER, EDWIN P. Large Cave Crustacea of the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 159-164, 8 figs.
  • XIV. CHAMBERLIN, RALPH V. Diplopoda from Yucatan. pp. 165-182, 55 figs.
  • XV. MILLS, HARLOW B. Collembola from Yucatan Caves. pp. 183-190, 27 figs.
  • XVI. HUBBELL, THEODORE H. New Cave-Crickets from Yucatan, with a Review of the Pentacentrinae, and Studies on the Genus Amphiacusta (Orthoptera, Gryllidae). pp. 191-233, 78 figs., 2 graphs,
  • XVII. BANKS, NATHAN. A New Myrmeleonid from Yucatan. P. 235.
  • XVIII. PEARSE, A. S. Insects from Yucatan Caves. pp. 237-249
  • XIX. WHEELER, WILLIAM MORTON. Ants from the Caves of Yucatan. pp. 251-255.
  • XX. BEQUAERT, J., and W. J. CLENCH. A Third Contribution to the Molluscan Fauna of Yucatan. pp. 257-260.
  • XXI. HUBBS, CARL L. Fishes from the Caves of Yucatan. pp.261-295, 4 pls.
  • XXII. GAIGE, HELEN T. Some Reptilian Records from Caves of Yucatan. pp. 297-298.
  • XXIII. [PEARSE, A. S.] Birds in Yucatan Caves. P. 299.
  • XXIV. [PEARSE, A. S., with REMINGTON KELLOGG.] Mammalia from Yucatan Caves. pp. 301-304.

492  McKEE, EDWIN D. The Environment and History of the Toroweap and Kaibab Formations of Northern Arizona and Southern Utah. 1938. Octavo, viii + 268 pp., 48 pls., 35 figs., 1 diagram.

493  DE TERRA, H., and T. T. PATERSON. Studies on the Ice Age in India and Associated Human Cultures. [With a section on petrology by PAUL D. KRYNINE.] 1939. Quarto, xi + 354 pp., 56 pls., 195 figs.

494  RITZMAN, ERNEST G., and FRANCIS G. BENEDICT. Nutritional Physiology of the Adult Ruminant. 1938. Octavo, vi + 200 pp., 3 pls., 3 figs.

495  GREGORY, WILLIAM K., MILO HELLMAN, and G. EDWARD LEWIS. Fossil Anthropoids of the Yale-Cambridge India Expedition of 1935. 1938. Octavo, iii + 27 pp., 8 pls.

496  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXVII, Nos. 160-169. 1938. Quarto, iii + 305 pp., 45 pls., 43 figs., 13 graphs.

  • WISLOCKI, GEORGE B., and GEORGE L. STREETER. On the Placentation of the Macaque (Macaca mulatta), from the Time of Implantation until the Formation of the Definitive Placenta. pp. 1-66, 13 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 160.)
  • RAMSEY, ELIZABETH MAPELSDEN. The Yale Embryo. pp. 67-84, 3 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 161.)
  • BREWER, JOHN I. A Human Embryo in the Bilaminar Blastodisc Stage (the Edwards- Jones-Brewer Ovum). pp. 85-93, 9 pls. (Contr. 162.)
  • SCIPIADES, ELEMÉR, JR. Young Human Ovum Detected in Uterine Scraping. pp. 95- 105, 1 pl. (Contr. 163.)
  • WALMSLEY, ROBERT. Some Observations on the Vascular System of a Female Fetal Finback. pp. 107-178, 5 pls., 27 figs. (Contr. 164.)
  • SAGLIK, SAÏM. Ovaries of Gorilla, Chimpanzee, Orang-Utan and Gibbon. pp. 179- 189, 5 pls. (Contr. 165.)
  • NORRIS, EDGAR H. The Morphogenesis and Histogenesis of the Thymus Gland in Man: In Which the Origin of the Hassall’s Corpuscles of the Human Thymus Is Discov- ered. pp. 191-207, 7 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 166.)
  • BERGER, CHARLES A. Multiplication and Reduction of Somatic Chromosome Groups as a Regular Developmental Process in the Mosquito, Culex pipiens. pp.209-232, l pl., 10 figs. (Contr.167.)
  • AREY, LESLIE B. The History of the First Somite in Human Embryos. pp.233-269, l pl., 2 figs. (Contr.168.)
  • DAVENPORT, CHARLES B. Bodily Growth of Babies during the First Postnatal Year. pp. 271-305, 1 fig., 13 graphs. (Contr. 169.)

497  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G., and ROBERT C. LEE. Hibernation and Marmot Physiology. 1938. Octavo, x + 239 pp., 2 pls., 11 figs.

498  HALE, GEORGE E., and SETH B. NICHOLSON. Magnetic Observations of Sunspots 1917- 1924. (Papers of the Mount Wilson Observatory, Vol. V, Parts 1, 2.) 1938. Quarto.

  • Part 1. iii + 91 pp., 8 pls., 24 figs.
  • Part 2. ii + 692 pp. (graphs).

499  SHATTUCK, GEORGE CHEEVER, with the collaboration of JOSEPH C. BEQUAERT, MAR- GARET M. HILFERTY, JACK H. SANDGROUND, and SAMUEL DRURY CLARK. A Medical Survey of the Republic of Guatemala. 1938. Quarto, xi + 253 pp., 2 pls., 1 fig., 5 graphs.

500  MERRIAM, JOHN CAMPBELL, Published Papers and Addresses of. 1938. Octavo.

  • Vol. I. pp. viii + 1-666, frontispiece, 62 pls., 271 figs. Foreword. Reptilia. Mammalia.
  • Vol. II. pp. vi + 667-1288, 47 pls., 498 figs. Mammalia [continued].
  • Vol. III. pp. viii + 1289-1944, 69 pls., 250 figs. Mammalia [concluded]. Palaeontology and Human History. Invertebrate Palaeontology. General Palaeontology. Geology. Brief Chapters Concerning Life of Past Ages.
  • Vol. IV. pp. vii + 1945-2672, 7 pls., 2 figs. History. Biography. General Addresses. Problems Relating to Nature. Research and Publication. Research and Government. Carnegie Institution Addresses and Extracts from Reports.

501  Cooperation in Research. [Papers prepared in honor of JOHN CAMPBELL MERRIAM] by staff members and research associates, the Carnegie Institution of Washington. 1938. Octavo, ix + 782 pp., frontispiece, 40 pls., 24 figs.

502  WAUCHOPE, ROBERT. Modern Maya Houses: A Study of Their Archaeological Significance. 1938.  Quarto, [2] + vii + 181 pp., 38 pls., 53 figs.

503  BENEDICT, FRANCIS G. Vital Energetics: A Study in Comparative Basal Metabolism. 1938. Octavo, vii + 215 pp., 46 figs.

504  BABCOCK, E. B., and G. L. STEBBINS, JR. The American Species of Crepis: Their Interrelation- ships and Distribution As Affected by Polyploidy and Apomixis. 1938. Octavo, iii + 199 pp., 3 pls., 34 figs.

505  ROYS, RALPH L. The Titles of Ebtun. 1939. Quarto, xvii + 472 pp. 15 pls., 9 figs.

506  THOMPSON, J. ERIC. Excavations at San Jose, British Honduras. With appendix [Technological Notes on the Pottery of San Jose] by ANNA O. SHEPARD. 1939. Quarto, xii + 292 pp., 3 pls., 100 figs.

507  HU, HSEN HSI, and RALPH W. CHANEY. A Miocene Flora from Shantung Province, China. (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1940. Quarto, vi + 147 pp., 57 pls., 1 fig.

  • Part I. HU, HSEN HSU, and RALPH W. CHANEY. Introduction and Systematic Considerations. pp. v-vi, 1-82, pls. 1-50, 1 fig.
  • Part II. CHANEY, RALPH W., and HSEN HSU HU. Physical Conditions and Correlation. pp. 83-140, pls. 51-57.

508  DORF, ERLING. Upper Cretaceous Floras of the Rocky Mountain Region. (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1942. Quarto, vii + 168 pp., 36 pls., 11 figs.

  • I. Stratigraphy and Palaeontology of the Fox Hills and Lower Medicine Bow Formations of Southern Wyoming and Northwestern Colorado. pp. v-vii, 1-78, 19 pls., 8 figs.
  • II. Flora of the Lance Formation at Its Type Locality, Niobrara County, Wyoming. pp. 79- 159, 17 pls., 3 figs.

509  Contributions to American Anthropology and History. [Formerly Contributions to American Archaeology] Vol. V, Nos. 24-29. 1939. Quarto, iii + 173 pp., 1 frontispiece, 21 pls., 24 figs.

  • MORLEY, FRANCES R., and SYLVANUS G. MORLEY. The Age and Provenance of the Leyden Plate. pp. 1-17, 4 pls., 5 figs. (Contr. 24)
  • CHAMBERLAIN, ROBERT S. Castilian Backgrounds of the Repartimiento-Encomienda. pp. 19-66. (Contr. 25)
  • ANDREWS, E. WYLLYS. A Group of Related Sculptures from Yucatan. pp. 67-79, 2 pls., 3 figs. (Contr. 26)
  • TRIK, AUBREY S. Temple XXII at Copan. pp. 81-103, frontispiece, 15 pls., 11 figs. (Contr. 27)
  • REDFIELD, ROBERT, and ALFONSO VILLA R. Notes on the Ethnography of Tzeltal Communities of Chiapas. pp. 105-119. (Contr. 28)
  • THOMPSON, J. ERIC S. The Moon Goddess in Middle America; with Notes on Related Deities. pp. 121-173, 5 figs. (Contr. 29)

510  CLEVEN, N. ANDREW N. The Political Organization of Bolivia. 1940. Octavo, vii + 253 pp., 2 maps.

511  CHATELAIN, VERNE E. The Defenses of Spanish Florida, 1565 to 1763. 1941. Quarto, vii + 192 pp. 14 pls., 22 maps.

512  PERRET, FRANK A. The Volcano-Seismic Crisis at Montserrat, 1933-1937. 1939. Quarto, xii + 76 pp., 51 figs.

513  BANTA, A. M., with the collaboration of THELMA R. WOOD, L. A. BROWN, and LESTER INGLE. Studies on the Physiology, Genetics, and Evolution of Some Cladocera. (Paper No. 40, Department of Genetics.) 1939. Quarto, x + 285 pp., 170 figs., 16 diagrams.

514  Studies of Cenozoic Vertebrates and Stratigraphy of Western North America. (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1940. Octavo, iii + 194 pp., 24 pls., 20 figs.

  • I. HENSHAW, PAUL C. A Tertiary Mammalian Fauna from the Avawatz Mountains, San Bernardino County, California. pp. 1-30, 6 pls., 3 figs.
  • II. WILSON, ROBERT W. Rodents and Lagomorphs of the Late Tertiary Avawatz Fauna, California. pp. 31-38, 1 pl.
  • III. HOWARD, HILDEGARDE, and ALDEN H. MILLER. The Avi-fauna Associated with Human Remains at Rancho La Brea, Califomia. pp. 39-48, 4 figs.
  • IV. DOUGHERTY, JACK F. Skull and Skeletal Remains of the Camel Paratylopus cameloides (Wortman) from the John Day Deposits, Oregon. pp. 49-58, 1 pl.
  • V. WILSON, ROBERT W. Californian Paramyid Rodents. pp. 59-83, 2 pls.
  • VI. WILSON, ROBERT W. Two New Eocene Rodents from California. pp. 85-95, 2 pls.
  • VII. WILSON, ROBERT W. Pareumys Remains from the Later Eocene of California. pp. 97-108, 2 pls.
  • VIII. DOUGHERTY, JACK F. A New Miocene Mammalian Fauna from Caliente Mountain, California. pp. 109-143, 7 pls., 4 figs.
  • IX. JAHNS, RICHARD H. Stratigraphy of the Easternmost Ventura Basin, California, with a Description of a New Lower Miocene Mammalian Fauna from the Tick Canyon Formation. pp.145-194, 3 pls., 9 figs.

515  Madison Catalogue of 2786 Stars for the Epoch 1910. From meridian observations by ALBERT S. FLINT. Reductions by ARTHUR J. ROY. 1939. Quarto, xx + 57 pp.

516  AXELROD, DANIEL I. A Miocene Flora from the Western Border of the Mohave Desert. (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1939. Octavo, ii + 129 pp., 12 pls., 2 figs.

517  Papers from Tortugas Laboratory. Vol. XXXII. 1940. Octavo, iii + 412 pp., 35 pls., 127 figs.

  • I. GRAVE, CASWELL, and PAUL A. NICOLL. Studies of Larval Life and Metamorphosis in Ascidia nigra and Species of Polyandrocarpa. pp. 1-46, 7 figs.
  • II. PLOUGH, H. H., and NORRIS JONES. Ecteinascidia tortugensis, Species Nova; with a Review of the Perophoridae (Ascidiacea) of the Tortugas. pp. 47-60, 5 pls., 3 figs.
  • III. DARBY, HUGH H. Symmetry in Normally Asymmetrical Crustacea. pp. 61-64, 1 pl.
  • IV. MARSH, GORDON. The Effect of Light on the Inherent E.M.F. of Valonia ventricosa. I. Intensity and Time Relations. pp. 65-84, 5 figs.
  • V. STEWARD, F. C. The Growth of Valonia ventricosa J. Agardh and Valonia ocellata Howe in Culture; with a Note on the Sap Composition of Valonia ocellata Howe at Tortugas. pp. 85-98, 8 pls.
  • VI. MARSH, GORDON. The Effect of Light on the Inherent E.M.F. of Valonia ventricosa. II. The Relative Energy Absorption Spectrum. pp. 99-120, 3 figs.
  • VII. COONFIELD, B. R. The Chromatophore System of Larvae of Crangon armillatus. pp. 121-126, 1 pt.
  • VIII. DOYLE, WILLIAM L., and MARGOT METCALFE DOYLE. The Structure of Zooxanthellae. pp. 127-142, 37 figs.
  • IX. DOYLE, WILLIAM L. The Structure and Composition of Valonia ventricosa. pp. 143-152, 1 fig.
  • X. HESS, WALTER N. Regional Photosensitivity and Photoreceptors of Crangon armillatus and the Spiny Lobster, Panulirus argus. pp. 153-161, 1 pl., 2 figs.
  • XI. SPENCE, JOHN, and OSCAR W. RICHARDS. Native Cellulose in the Ascidian Phallusia nigra. pp. 163-167, 1 pl.
  • XII. COONFIELD, B. R. Chromatophore Reactions of Embryos and Larvae of Pomacentrus leucostictus. pp. 169-178, 4 pls.
  • XIII. BULLINGTON, W. E. Some Ciliates from Tortugas. pp. 179-221, 1 pl., 25 figs.
  • XIV. LONGLEY, WILLIAM H., and SAMUEL F. HILDEBRAND. New Genera and Species of Fishes from Tortugas, Florida. pp. 223-285, 1 pl., 28 figs.
  • XV. YONGE, C. M., and H. M. NICHOLAS. Structure and Function of the Gut and Symbiosis with Zooxanthellae in Tridachia crispata (Oerst.) Bgh. pp. 287-301, 9 figs.
  • XVI. DAVIS, JOHN H., JR. The Ecology and Geologic Role of Mangroves in Florida. pp. 303-412, 12 pls., 7 figs.

518  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXVIII, Nos. 170-178. 1940. Quarto, iii + 451 pp., 34 pls., 51 figs., 1 graph.

  • SCHULTZ, ADOLPH H. Growth and Development of the Chimpanzee. pp. 1-63, 3 pls., 11 figs. (Contr. 170)
  • WISLOCKI, G. B., and 0. P. VAN DER WESTHUYSEN. The Placentation of Procavia capensis, with a Discussion of the Placental Affinities of the Hyracoidea. pp. 65-88, 7 pls., 1 graph. (Contr. 171)
  • LONG, H. HERMAN. Growth in Vitro of Ovarian Germinal Epithelium. pp. 89-93, 2 pls. (Contr. 172)
  • CUAJUNCO, FIDEL. Development of the Neuromuscular Spindle in Human Fetuses. pp. 95-128, 4 pls. (Contr. 173)
  • FORBES, THOMAS R. Studies on the Reproductive System of the Alligator. IV. Observations on the Development of the Gonad, the Adrenal Cortex, and the Müllerian Duct. pp. 129-155, 4 pls. (Contr. 174)
  • BOYDEN, EDWARD A. A Volumetric Analysis of Young Human Embryos of the 10- and 12-Somite Stage. pp. 157-191, 4 pls., 6 figs. (Contr. 175)
  • FITZ-GERALD, PATRICK ALEXIS M. F. Defective Development of the Cerebral Cortex Involving Symmetrical Bilateral Areas. pp. 193-217, 3 pls. (Contr. 176)
  • MARKEE, J. ELDRIDGE. Menstruation in Intraocular Endometrial Transplants in the Rhesus Monkey. pp. 219-308, 7 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 177)
  • HINES, MARION, and E. P. BOYNTON. The Maturation of “Excitability” in the Precentral Gyrus of the Young Monkey (Macaca mulatta). pp. 309-451, 33 figs. (Contr. 178)

519  MORRIS, EARL H. Archaeological Studies in the La Plata District, Southwestern Colorado and Northwestern New Mexico. With appendix, Technology of La Plata Pottery, by ANNA O. SHEPARD. 1939. Quarto, xxiv + 298 pp., 81 (321) pls., 77 figs.

520  CLAUSEN, JENS, DAVID D. KECK, and WILLIAM M. HIESEY. Experimental Studies on the Nature of Species. 1. Effect of Varied Environments on Western North American Plants. 1940. Second printing, 1948. Octavo, vii + 452 pp., 155 figs.

521  MARTIN, EMMETT V., and FREDERIC E. CLEMENTS. Adaptation and Origin in the Plant World. 1. Factors and Functions in Coastal Dunes. 1939. Octavo, viii + 107 pp., 5 pls., 32 figs., 34 tables.

522  Botany of the Maya Area: Miscellaneous Papers XIV-XXI. 1940. Octavo, iii + 474 pp., 7 pls., 30 figs. (Continued from Publication 461.)

  • XIV. LUNDELL, CYRUS LONGWORTH. The 1936 Michigan-Carnegie Botanical Expedition to British Honduras. pp. 1-57, pls. 1-4, 1 fig.
  • XV. WOODSON, ROBERT E., JR. The Apocynaccous Flora of the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 59-102, 6 figs.
  • XVI. SMITH, LYMAN B., and CYRUS LONGWORTH LUNDELL. The Bromeliaceae of the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 103-136, 20 figs.
  • XVII. MOLDENKE, HAROLD N. The Eriocaulaceae, Verbenaceae, and Avicenniaceae of the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 137-223.
  • XVIII. EPLING, CARL. The Labiatae of the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 225-245.
  • XIX. O’NEILL, HUGH T. The Sedges of the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 247-322, 3 figs.
  • XX. GLEASON, HENRY ALLAN. The Melastomaceae of the Yucatan Peninsula. pp. 323- 373.
  • XXI. SEIBERT, RUSSELL J. The Bignoniaceae of the Maya Area, Including Yucatan, Campeche, Quintana Roo, Chiapas, Tabasco, British Honduras, and Guatemala. pp. 357-434, pls. 5-7.
  • Index to Publications 461 and 522. pp. 435-474.

523  Contributions to American Anthropology and History. Vol. VI, Nos. 30-34. 1940. Quarto, iii + 299 pp., 1 frontispiece, 8 pls., 4 figs., 1 map.

  • ROYS, RALPH L., FRANCE V. SCHOLES, and ELEANOR B. ADAMS. Report and Census of the Indians of Cozumel, 1570. pp. 1-30, frontispiece. (Contr. 30.) ROYS, RALPH L. Personal Names of the Maya of Yucatan. pp. 31-48. (Contr. 31.)
  • REDFIELD, ROBERT, and MARGARET PARK REDFIELD. Disease and Its Treatment in Dzitas, Yucatan. pp. 49-81. (Contr. 32.)
  • STADELMAN, RAYMOND, [from data collected by]. Maize Cultivation in Northwestern Guatemala. pp. 83-263, 8 pls., 1 map, 41 tables. (Contr. 33.)
  • SCHOLES, FRANCE, V., and H. P. MERA. Some Aspects of the Jumano Problem. pp. 265-299, 4 figs. (Contr. 34.)

524  Papers from Tortugas Laboratory. Vol. XXXIII. 1942. Octavo, iii + 195 pp., 7 pls., 73 figs.

  • I. MANTER, HAROLD W. Gasterostomes (Trematoda) of Tortugas, Florida. pp. 1-19, 26 figs.
  • II. CLARK, LEONARD B., and WALTER N. HESS. Swarming of the Atlantic Palolo Worm, Leodice fucata (Ehlers). pp. 21-70, 8 figs.
  • III. CLARK, LEONARD B., and WALTER N. HESS. The Reactions of the Atlantic Palolo, Leodice fucata, to Light. pp. 71-81, 2 figs.
  • IV. WICHTERMAN, RALPH. Cytological Studies on the Structure and Division of Three New Ciliates from the Littoral Earthworm of Tortugas. pp. 83-103, 20 figs.
  • V. WICHTERMAN, RALPH. A New Ciliate from a Coral of Tortugas and Its Symbiotic Zooxanthellae. pp. 105-111, 4 figs.
  • VI. DAVIS, JOHN H., JR. The Ecology of the Vegetation and Topography of the Sand Keys of Florida. pp. 113-195, 7 pls., 13 figs.

525  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXIX, Nos. 179-186. 1941. Quarto, iii + 193 pp., 57 pls., 2-7 figs.

  • HARTMAN, CARL G., and GEORGE W. CORNER. The First Maturation Division of the Macaque Ovum. pp.1-6, 2 pls. (Contr. 179)
  • LEWIS, WARREN H., and CARL G. HARTMAN. Tubal Ova of the Rhesus Monkey. pp. 7-14, 1 pl. (Contr. 180)
  • HEUSER, CHESTER H., and GEORGE L. STREETER. Development of the Macaque Embryo. pp. 15-55, 33 pls., 5 figs. (Contr. 181)
  • SCHULTZ, ADOLPH H. Growth and Development of the Orang-Utan. pp. 57-110, 1 pl., 14 figs. (Contr. 182.)
  • GERSH, I., and ARTHUR GROLLMAN. The Vascular Pattern of the Adrenal Gland of the Mouse and Rat and Its Physiological Response to Changes in Glandular Activ- ity. pp. 111-125, 3 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 183.)
  • HERTIG, ARTHUR T., and JOHN ROCK. Two Human Ova of the Previllous Stage, Having an Ovulation Age of about Eleven and Twelve Days Respectively. pp. 127- 156, 8 pls., 4 figs. (Contr. 184.)
  • JONES, H. O., and JOHN I. BREWER. A Human Embryo in the Primitive-Streak Stage (Jones-Brewer Ovum I). pp. 157-165, 5 pls. (Contr. 185.)
  • KRAFKA, JOSEPH, JR. The Torpin Ovum, a Presomite Human Embryo. pp. 167-193, 4 pls., 3 figs. (Contr. 186.)

526  DAUGHERTY, LYMAN H. The Upper Triassic Flora of Arizona. With a discussion of its geologic occurrence, by HOWARD R. STAGNER. (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1941. Quarto, iii + 108 pp., 34 pls., 1 fig.

527  GENTRY, HOWARD SCOTT. Rio Mayo Plants: A Study the Flora and Vegetation of the Valley of the Rio Mayo, Sonora. 1942. Octavo, vii + 328 pp., 29 pls., 6 figs.

528  Contributions to American Anthropology and History. Vol. VII, Nos. 35-39. 1942. Quarto, [3] + vi + 262 pp., 6 pls., 120 figs., 1 map.

  • THOMPSON, J. ERIC S. Late Ceramic Horizons at Benque Viejo, British Honduras. With notes, Classification of the Painted Wares, by ANNA O. SHEPARD. pp. vi + 1-35, 6 pls., 57 figs. (Contr. 35)
  • THOMPSON, J. ERIC S. Maya Arithmetic. pp. 37-62, 4 figs. (Contr. 36)
  • STRÓMSVIK, GUSTAV. Substela Caches and Stela Foundations at Copan and Quirigua. pp. 63-96, 32 figs. (Contr. 37)
  • LINCOLN, J. STEWARD. The Maya Calendar of the Ixil of Guatemala. pp. 97-128, 1 map. (Contr. 38)
  • SHEPARD, ANNA O. Rio Grande Glaze Paint Ware: A Study Illustrating the Place of Ceramic Technological Analysis in Archaeological Research. pp. 129-262, 27 figs. (Contr. 39)

529  TURNAGE, WILLIAM V., and T. D. MALLERY. An Analysis of Rainfall in the Sonoran Desert and Adjacent Territory. 1941. Octavo, iii + 45 pp., 54 figs.

530  Studies of Cenozoic Vertebrates of Western North America and of Fossil Primates. (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1942. Octavo, iii + 222 pp., 31 pls., 31 figs.

  • I. DRESCHER, ARTHUR B. Later Tertiary Equidae from the Tejon Hills, California. pp. 1-23, 3 pls., 6 figs.
  • II. FURLONG, E. L. A New Pliocene Antelope from Mexico; with Remarks on Some Known Antilocaprids. pp. 25-33, 2 pls., 1 fig.
  • III. DEMAY, IDA S. Quaternary Bird Life of the McKittrick Asphalt, California. pp. 35-60, 4 figs.
  • IV. DEMAY, IDA S. Pleistocene Bird Life of the Carpinteria Asphalt, California. pp. 61-76, 4 figs.
  • V. HENSHAW, PAUL C. A Tertiary Mammalian Fauna from the San Antonio Mountains near Tonopah, Nevada. pp. 77-168, 11 pls., 7 figs.
  • VI. WILSON, ROBERT W. Preliminary Study of the Fauna of Rampart Cave, Arizona. pp. 169-185, 4 pls., 1 fig.
  • VII. HOWARD, HILDEGARDE. A Review of the American Fossil Storks. pp. 187-203, 1 pl., 2 figs.
  • VIII. KOENIGSWALD, G. H. R. VON. The South African Man-Apes and Pithecanthro- pus. pp. 205-222, 10 pls., 6 figs.

531  STEGGERDA, MORRIS. Maya Indians of Yucatan. 1941. Octavo, xx + 280 pp., frontispiece, 32 pls., 35 figs.

532  SEARES, FREDERICK H., FRANK E. ROSS, and MARY C. JOYNER. Magnitudes and Colors of Stars North of +80°. (Papers of the Mount Wilson Observatory, Vol. VI.) 1941. Quarto, iii + 89 pp., 3 figs.

533  MORRIS, EARL H., and ROBERT F. BURGH. Anasazi Basketry, Basket Maker II through Pueblo III: A Study Based on Specimens from the San Juan River Country. 1941. Quarto, viii + 66 pp., frontispiece, 43 figs.

534  MACGINITIE, HARRY D. A Middle Eocene Flora from the Central Sierra Nevada. [With a section on petrography by GALEN STURGEON.] (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1941. Quarto, iii + 178 pp., 47 pls., 5 figs.

535  LONGLEY, WILLIAM H., edited and completed by SAMUEL F. HILDEBRAND. Systematic Catalogue of the Fishes of Tortugas, Florida; with Observations on Color, Habits, and Local Distribution. (Papers from Tortugas Laboratory, Vol. XXXIV.) 1941. Octavo, xiii + 331 pp., 34 pls.

536  WILSON, CHARLES B. The Copepods of the Plankton Gathered during the Last Cruise of the Carnegie. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929, under the Command of Captain J. P. Ault. Biology—I.)1942. Quarto, v + 237 pp., 136 figs., 3 maps, 16 charts.

537  CAMPBELL, ARTHUR SHACKLETON. The Oceanic Tintinnoina of the Plankton Gathered during the Last Cruise of the Carnegie. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929, under Command of Captain J. P. Ault. Biology—II.) 1942. Quarto, v + 163 pp., 1 pl., 128 figs., 1 map.

538  CRESSMAN, L. S., with the collaboration of FRANK C. BAKER, PAUL S. CONGER, HENRY P. HANSEN, and ROBERT F. HEIZER. Archaeological Researches in the Northern Great Basin. 1942. Quarto, xvii + 158 pp., frontispiece, 102 figs.

539  TENNENT, DAVID HILT. The Photodynamic Action of Dyes on the Eggs of the Sea Urchin, Lytechinus variegatus. (Papers from Tortugas Laboratory, Vol. XXXV.) 1942. Octavo, v + 153 pp., 8 pls., 40 figs.

540  WILLIAMS, HOWEL. The Geology of Crater Lake National Park, Oregon; with a Reconnaissance of the Cascade Range Southward to Mount Shasta. 1942. Quarto, vi + 162 pp., 31 pls., 33 figs.

541  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXX, Nos. 187-197. 1942. Quarto, v + 245 pp., frontispiece, 53 pls., 73 figs.

  • GEORGE, W. C. A Presomite Human Embryo with Chorda Canal and Prochordal Plate. pp. 1-7, 3 pls. (Contr. 187.)
  • FORBES, THOMAS R. On the Fate of the Medullary Cords of the Human Ovary. pp. 9- 15, 1 pl., 1 fig. (Contr. 188.)
  • MARTÍNEZ-ESTEVE, PEDRO. Observations on the Histology of the Opossum Ovary. pp. 17-26, 7 pls. (Contr. 189)
  • LYNN, W. GARDNER. The Embryology of Eleutherodactylus nubicola, an Anuran Which Has No Tadpole Stage. pp. 27-62, 5 pls., 40 figs. (Contr. 190)
  • BURNS, ROBERT K., JR. The Origin and Differentiation of the Epithelium of the Urinogenital Sinus in the Opossum, with a Study of the Modifications Induced by Estrogens. pp. 63-83, 10 pls., 2 figs. (Contr. 191)
  • CORNER, GEORGE W. The Fate of the Corpora Lutea and the Nature of the Corpora Aberrantia in the Rhesus Monkey. pp. 8596, 7 pls., 5 figs. (Contr. 192)
  • ROSSMAN, I. On the Lipin and Pigment in the Corpus Luteum of the Rhesus Monkey. pp. 97-109, 3 pls. (Contr. 193)
  • HARTMAN, CARL G. Further Attempts to Cause Ovulation by Means of Gonadotropes in the Adult Rhesus Monkey. pp. 111-126, 2 pls. (Contr. 194)
  • CUAJUNCO, FIDEL. Development of the Human Motor End Plate. pp. 127-152, 6 pls. (Contr. 195)
  • HINES, MARION. The Development and Regression of Reflexes, Postures and Progres- sion in the Young Macaque. pp. 153-209, 4 pls., 9 figs. (Contr. 196)
  • STREETER, GEORGE L. Developmental Horizons in Human Embryos. Description of Age Group XI, 13 to 20 Somites, and Age Group XII, 21 to 29 Somites. pp. 211- 245, 5 pls., 16 figs. (Contr. 197)

542  GRAHAM, HERBERT W. Studies in the Morphology, Taxonomy, and Ecology of the Peridiniales. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929, under Command of Captain J. P. Ault. Biology—III.) 1942. Quarto, vii + 129 pp., 1 pl., 67 figs., 1 map.

543  RUPPERT, KARL, and JOHNH. DENISON, JR. Archaeological Reconnaissance in Campeche, Quintana Roo, and Peten. 1943. Quarto, vii + 156 pp., frontispiece, 75 pls., 126 figs.

544  JACOBS, WOODROW C., and KATHERINE B. CLARKE. Meteorological Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie, 1928–1929. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929, under Command of Captain J. P. Ault. Meteorology—I.) 1943. Quarto, v + 168 pp., 62 figs.

545A  SVERDRUP, H. U., F. M. SOULE, J. A. FLEMING, and C. C. ENNIS. Observations and Results in Physical Oceanography. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929, under Command of Captain J. P. Ault. Oceanography—I-A.) 1944. Quarto, vii + 156 pp., 59 figs.

545B  FLEMING, J. A., H. U. SVERDRUP, C. C. ENNIS, S. L. SEATON, and W. C. HENDRIX. Observations and Results in Physical Oceanography: Graphical and Tabular Summaries. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929, under Command of Captain J. P. Ault. Oceanography—I-B.) 1945. Quarto, iv + 315 pp., 254 figs.

546  Contributions to American Anthropology and History. Vol. VIII, Nos. 40-43. 1943. quarto, iii + 260 pp., 1 frontispiece, 128 figs., 1 map, 1 diagram.

  • ANDREWS, E. WYLLYS. The Archaeology of Southwestern Campeche. pp. 1-100, frontispiece, 28 figs., 1 map, I diagram. (Contr. 40)
  • SMITH, A. L., and A. V. KIDDER. Explorations in the Motagua Valley, Guatemala. pp. 101-182, 64 figs. (Contr. 41)
  • MAKEMSON, MAUD WORCESTER. The Astronomical Tables of the Maya. pp. 183- 221, 1 fig. (Contr. 42)
  • RUPPERT, KARL. The Mercado, Chichen Itza, Yucatan. pp. 223-260, 35 figs. (Contr. 43)

547  THOMPSON, ANDREW. Observations and Results Obtained on Cruise VII of the Carnegie. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929, under Command of Captain J. P. Ault. Meteorology—II.) 1943. Quarto, vii + 93 pp., 46 figs., 1 map.

548  ROYS, RALPH L. The Indian Background of Colonial Yucatan. 1943. Octavo, viii + 244 pp., 23 figs., 6 maps.

549  PERRET, FRANK ALVORD. Volcanological Observations. 1950. Quarto, xi + 162 pp., frontispiece, map on title page, 117 figs.

550  MARTIN, EMMETT. Studies of Evaporation and Transpiration under Controlled Conditions. 1943. Octavo, III + 48 pp., 17 figs.

551  Fossil Vertebrates from Western North America and Mexico: (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1946. Octavo, iii + 195 pp., 31 pls., 33 figs. (

  • I. FURLONG, E. L. The Pleistocene Antelope, Stockoceros conklingi, from San Josecito Cave, Mexico. pp. 1-7, 5 pls.
  • II. HALL, E. RAYMOND. A New Genus of American Pliocene Badger, with Remarks on the Relationships of Badgers of the Northern Hemisphere. pp. 9-23, 2 pls., 2 figs.
  • III. DAVID, LORE ROSE. Use of Fossil Fish Scales in Micropaleontology. pp. 25-43, 6 pls., 9 figs.
  • IV. DAVID, LORE ROSE. Some Typical Upper Eogene Fish Scales from California. pp. 45-79, 4 pls., 10 figs.
  • V. DAVID, LORE ROSE. Upper Cretaceous Fish Remains from the Western Border of the Sari Joaquin Valley, California. pp. 81-112, 3 pls., 11 figs.
  • VI. WALLACE, ROBERT E. A Miocene Mammalian Fauna from Beatty Buttes, Oregon. pp. 113-134, 6 pls., 1 fig.
  • VII. FURLONG, E. L. Generic Identification of the Pliocene Antelope from Rancho La Brea. pp. 135-140, 3 pls.
  • VIII. HOWARD, HILDEGARDE. A Review of the Pleistocene Birds of Fossil Lake, Oregon. pp.141-195, 2 pls.

552  BRIDGES, CALVIN B., completed and edited by KATHERINE S. BREHME. The Mutants of Drosophila melanogaster. 1944. Second printing, 1950. Octavo, vii + 257 pp., 3 pls., 128 figs.

552A  BRAVER, NORMA B. The Mutants of Drosophila Melanogaster Classified According to Body Parts Affected. 1956. Octavo, v + 36 pp.

553  CHANEY, RALPH W., edited by; contributors, RALPH W. CHANEY, CARLTON CONDIT, and DANIEL I. AXELROD. Pliocene Floras of California and Oregon. (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1944. Octavo, vii + 407 pp., 64 pls., 4 figs.

554  DOBZHANSKY, TH., and CARL EPLING. Contributions to the Genetics, Taxonomy, and Ecology of Drosophila pseudoobscura and Its Relatives. 1944. Octavo, iii + 183 pp., 4 pls., 24 figs.

  • I. DOBZHANSKY, TH., and CARL EPLING. Taxonomy, Geographic Distribution, and Ecology of Drosophila pseudoobscura and Its Relatives. pp. 1-46, 7 figs.
  • II. DOBZHANSKY, TH. Chromosomal Races in Drosophila pseudoobscura and Drosophila persimilis. pp. 47-144, 4 pls., 15 figs.
  • III. EPLING, CARL. The Historical Background. pp. 145-183, 2 figs.

555  Biological Results of the Last Cruise of the Carnegie. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929, under Command of Captain J. P. Ault. Biology—IV.) 1943. Quarto, vii + 92 pp., 69 figs., 5 maps.

  • I. GRAHAM, HERBERT W. The Phytoplankton. pp. 1-13, 5 figs.
  • II. SETCHELL, WILLIAM ALBERT. Marine Algae. pp. 15-27, 12 figs.
  • III. TREADWELL, AARON L. Polychaetous Annelids. pp. 29-59, 46 figs., 4 maps.
  • IV. TATTERSALL, W. M. The Mysids. pp. 61-72, 5 figs.
  • V. MALONEY, JAMES O. The Isopods. pp. 73-75.
  • VI. BARBER, HARRY G. The Halobates. pp. 77-84, 1 fig.
  • VII. WETMORE, ALEXANDER. List of Birds. pp. 85-87.
  • VIII. Miscellaneous Determinations. pp. 89-92. DELAUBENFELS, M. W. The Sponge.
    • CLARK, AUSTIN H. The Echinoderms.
    • CHAPIN, E. A., and others. The Insects and Mites.
    • HOPKINS, HOYT S. The Pyrosomids.
    • COCHRAN, DORIS M. The Lizard.

556  I. REVELLE, ROGER R. Marine Bottom Samples Collected in the Pacific Ocean by the Carnegie on Its Seventh Cruise. II. PIGGOT, CHARLES S. Radium Content of Ocean-Bottom Sediments. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929, under Command of Captain J.P. Ault. Oceanography—II.) 1944. Quarto, ix + 196 pp., 14 pls., 47 figs., 1 map, 10 charts.

557  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXXI, Nos. 198-206. 1945. Quarto, xi + 175 pp., 45 pls., 28 figs.

  • Index of Authors, Volumes I-XXX, 1915-1942. pp. v-xi.
  • DE ALLENDE, INÉS L. C., EPHRAIM SHORR, and CARL G. HARTMAN. A Comparative Study of the Vaginal Smear Cycle of the Rhesus Monkey and the Human. pp. 1-26, 2 pls., 4 figs. (Contr. 198 )
  • STREETER, GEORGE L. Developmental Horizons in Human Embryos. Description of Age Group XIII, Embryos about 4 or 5 Millimeters Long, and Age Group XIV, Period of Indentation of the Lens Vesicle. pp. 27-63, 7 pls., 15 figs. (Contr. 199.)
  • HERTIG, ARTHUR T., and JOHN ROCK. Two Human Ova of the Previllous Stage, Having a Developmental Age of about Seven and Nine Days Respectively. pp. 65- 84, 3 pls. (Contr. 200.)
  • Embryos Showing Early Stages of the Definitive Yolk Sac. pp. 85-99, 6 pls. (Contr. 201.)
  • WILSON, KARL M. A Normal Human Ovum of Sixteen Days Development (the Rochester Ovum). pp.101-106, 3 pls. (Contr. 202.)
  • MARCHETTI, ANDREW A. A Previllous Human Ovum Accidentally Recovered from a Curettage Specimen. pp. 107-115, 1 pl., 2 figs. (Contr. 203.)
  • CORNER, GEORGE W., with the collaboration Of CARL G. HARTMAN and GEORGE
  • W. BARTELMEZ. Development, Organization, and Breakdown of the Corpus Luteum in the Rhesus Monkey. pp. 117-146, 10 pls., 3 figs. (Contr. 204.)
  • BURNS, ROBERT K., JR. The Differentiation of the Phallus in the Opossum and Its Reactions to Sex Hormones. pp. 147-162, 10 pls. (Coiltr. 205.)
  • BURNS, ROBERT K., JR. The Effects of Male Hormone on the Differentiation of the Urinogenital Sinus in Young Opossums. pp. 163-175, 3 pls., 4 figs. (Contr. 206.)

558  PROSKOURIAKOFF, TATIANA. An Album of Maya Architecture. 1946. Folio, 72 pp., 36 pls., 58 figs., 1 map.

559  VILLA R., ALFONSO. The Maya of East Central Quintana Roo. [With appendix, Remarks on a Selected Bibliography of the Caste War and Allied Topics, by HOWARD F. CLINE.] 1945. Quarto, xii + 182 pp., 6 pls. 9 figs.

560  SCHOLES, FRANCE V., and RALPH L. ROYS, with the assistance of ELEANOR B. ADAMS and ROBERT S. CHAMBERLAIN. The Maya Chontal Indians of Acalan-Tixchel: A Contribution to the History and Ethnography of the Yucatan Peninsula. 1948. Octavo, xi + 565 pp.,17 facsimiles, 4 maps.

561  KIDDER, ALFRED V., JESSE D. JENNINGS, and EDWIN M. SHOOK. Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala. With Technological Notes, by ANNA O. SHEPARD. 1946. Quarto, ix + 284 pp., 207 figs., 2 maps.

562  GRAHAM, HERBERT W., and ERIK G. MOBERG. Chemical Results of the Last Cruise of the Carnegie. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929, under Command of Captain J. P. Ault. Chemistry—I.) 1944. Quarto, vii + 58 pp., 23 figs. Paper, $1.00; cloth, $1.25.

563  McKEE, EDWIN D., and CHARLES E. RESSER. Cambrian History of the Grand Canyon Region. 1945. Octavo, viii + 232 pp., 27 pls., 12 figs. Paper, $2.50; cloth, $3.00

  • Part I. MCKEE, EDWIN D. Stratigraphy and Ecology of the Grand Canyon Cambrian. pp. 3-168, pls. 1-15, figs. 1-12.
  • Part II. RESSER, CHARLES E. Cambrian Fossils of the Grand Canyon. pp. 169-220, pls.16-27.

564  CLAUSEN, JENS, DAVID D. KECK, and WILLIAM M. HIESEY. Experimental Studies on the Nature of Species. II. Plant Evolution through Amphiploidy and Autoploidy, with Examples from the Madiinae. 1945. Second printing, 1950. Octavo, vii + 174 pp., 86 figs.

565  GRAHAM, HERBERT W., and NATALIA BRONIKOVSKY. The Genus Ceratium in the Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929, under Command of Captain J. P. Ault. Biology—V.) 1944. Quarto, vii + 209 pp., 27 figs., 1 map, 54 charts.

566  CLARK, HUBERT LYMAN. The Echinoderm Fauna of Australia: Its Composition and Its Origin. 1946. Octavo, IV + 567 pp.

567  O’NEALE, LILA M. Textiles of Highland Guatemala. Drawings by LUCRETIA NELSON. 1945. Quarto, x + 319 pp., frontispiece, 130 figs.

568  TORRESON, O. W., O. H. GISH, W. C. PARKINSON, and G. R. WAIT. Ocean Atmospheric- Electric Results. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 19281929, under Com- mand of Captain J. P. Ault. Oceanography—III.) 1946. Quarto, vii + 178 pp., 43 figs.

569  RIDDLE, OSCAR, and associates. Studies on Carbohydrate and Fat Metabolism, with Especial Reference to the Pigeon. 1947. Octavo, v + 128 pp., 6 figs.

  • I. RIDDLE, OSCAR, and LOUIS B. DOTTI. Concerning Pituitary and Other Glycemias in Pigeons. pp. 1-16, 3 figs.
  • II. RIDDLE, OSCAR, DAVID F. OPDYKE, and ROBERT W. BATES. Fractions of Anterior Pituitary Extract Obtained by Ammonium Sulfate Precipitation; Their Assay, and Some of Their Actions on the Carbohydrate and Fat Metabolism of Pigeons, Rats, and Rabbits. pp. 17-47.
  • III. RIDDLE, OSCAR, and DAVID F. OPDYKE. The Action of Pituitary and Other Hormones on the Carbohydrate and Fat Metabolism of Young Pigeons. pp. 49-96, 2 figs.
  • IV. VISSCHER, FRANK E., HORACE N. MARVIN, and OSCAR RIDDLE. Actions of Alkaline Extract of Posterior Pituitary Gland and of Pituitrin on Some Aspects of Carbohydrate and Fat Metabolism in Pigeons. pp. 97-108.
  • V. RIDDLE, OSCAR, TELLEF SENUM, and VITA M. RAUCH. The Relation of Hormones to the Concentration of Fat in Blood. pp. 109-126, 1 fig.
  • VI. RIDDLE, OSCAR. Differences in the Carbohydrate and Fat Metabolism of Bird and Mammal. pp. 127-128.

570  BLAKE, MARION ELIZABETH. Ancient Roman Construction in Italy from the Prehistoric Period to Augustus: A Chronological Study Based in Part upon the Material Accumulated by the Late Dr. Esther Boise Van Deman. 1947. Quarto, xxiii +42l pp., 57 pls.

571  The Work of the Carnegie and Suggestions for Future Scientific Cruises. (Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929, under Command of Captain J. P. Ault. Oceanography—IV.) 1946. Quarto, vii + III pp., 61 figs.

  • I. AULT, JAMES P. The Captain’s Report. pp. 1-28, 34 figs.
  • II. PAUL, J. HARLAND. Narrative of the Cruise. pp. 29-42.
  • III. FLEMING, JOHN A. The Magnetic Work of the Carnegie and the Urgency of New Ocean Magnetic Surveys. pp. 43-58, 18 figs.
  • IV. MOBERG, ERIK G. The Carnegie: Its Personnel, Equipment, and Work. pp. 59-68, 2 figs.
  • V. FORBUSH, SCOTT E. Gravity Determinations on the Carnegie. pp. 69-81, 5 figs.
  • VI. SHEPHERD, EARNEST S. Note on the Fluorine Content of Rocks and Ocean- Bottom Samples. pp. 83-86, 1 fig.
  • VII. Future Ocean Magnetic, Electric, and Oceanographic Surveys. pp. 87-104.
  • VIII. CROW, RUTH M. Complete Bibliography of Cruise VII of the Carnegie. pp. 105- 110.

572  RIDDLE, OSCAR. Endocrines and Constitution in Doves and Pigeons. 1947. Octavo, xi + 306 pp., frontispiece, 6 pls., 187 figs.

573  SHEPARD, ANNA O. Plumbate: A Mesoamerican Trade Ware. 1948. Quarto, viii + 176 pp., 44 figs., 1 map.

574  Contributions to American Anthropology and History. Vol. IX, Nos. 44-47. 1948. Quarto, v + 293 pp., 1 frontispiece, 132 figs., 2 maps.

  • THOMPSON, J. ERIC S. An Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Cotzumalhuapa Region, Escuintla, Guatemala. pp. 1-56 + [57-94], 63 figs. (Contr. 44.)
  • O’NEALE, LILA M. Textiles of Pre-Columbian Chihuahua. With a foreword by A. V. KIDDER, and Chemical Notes on the Coloring Matter by MICHAEL KASHA. pp. 95-161, frontispiece, 33 figs. 1 map. (Contr. 45.)
  • CHAMBERLAIN, ROBERT S. The Governorship of the Adelantado Francisco de Montejo in Chiapas, 1539-1544. pp. 163-207, 1 map. (Contr. 46.)
  • SHEPARD, ANNA O. The Symmetry of Abstract Design, with Special Reference to Ceramic Decoration. pp. 209-293, 36 figs. (Contr. 47.)

575  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXXII, Nos. 207-212. 1948. Quarto, iii + 261 pp., 56 pls., 52 figs.

  • CORNER, GEORGE W. Alkaline Phosphatase in the Ovarian Follicle and in the Corpus Luteum. pp. 1-8, 5 pls. (Contr. 207.)
  • SPEERT, HAROLD. The Normal and Experimental Development of the Mammary Gland of the Rhesus Monkey, with Some Pathological Correlations. pp. 9-65, 19 pls., 3 figs. (Contr. 208.)
  • WITSCHI, EMIL. Migration of the Germ Cells of Human Embryos from the Yolk Sac to the Primitive Gonadal Folds. pp. 67-80, 9 pls. (Contr. 209.)
  • GILLMAN, JOSEPH. The Development of the Gonads in Man, with a Consideration of the Role of Fetal Endocrines and the Histogenesis of Ovarian Tumors. pp. 81-131, 6 pls. (Contr. 210.)
  • STREETER, GEORGE L. Developmental Horizons in Human Embryos. Description of Age Groups XV, XVI, XVII, and XVIII, Being the Third Issue of a Survey of the Carnegie Collection. pp.133-203, 12 pls., 36 figs. (Contr. 211.)
  • PADGET, DORCAS HAGER. The Development of the Cranial Arteries in the Human Embryo. pp.205-261, 5 pls., 13 figs. (Contr.212.)

576  KIDDER, A. V. The Artifacts of Uaxactun, Guatemala. 1947. Quarto, v + 76 pp., 87 figs.

577  STROMSVIK, GUSTAV. Guide Book to the Ruins of Copan. 1947. 16mo, 76 pp., 27 figs., 3 maps.

578  VESTINE, E. H., LUCILE LAPORTE, ISABELLE LANGE, CAROLINE COOPER, and W. C. HENDRIX. Description of the Earth’s Main Magnetic Field and Its Secular Change, 1905-1945. 1947. Second printing, 1948. Quarto, v + 532 pp., 150 figs., 53 tables.

579  BABCOCK, HAROLD D., and CHARLOTTE E. MOORE. The Solar Spectrum, 6600 to 13495. (Papers of the Mount Wilson Observatory, Vol. VII.) 1947. Quarto, iii + 95 pp.

580  VESTINE, E. H., ISABELLE LANGE, LUCILE LAPORTE, and W. E. SCOTT. The Geomagnetic Field, Its Description and Analysis. 1947. Quarto, vi + 390 pp., 257 figs., 129 tables.

581       CLAUSEN, JENS, DAVID D. KECK, and WILLIAM M. HIESEY. Experimental Studies on the Nature of Species. III. Environmental Responses of Climatic Races of Achillea. 1948. Octavo, iii + 129 pp., 30 figs.

582  CHAMBERLAIN, ROBERT S. The Conquest and Colonization of Yucatan, 1517-1550. 1948. Octavo, [2] + vii + 365 pp., frontispiece, 10 figs. (20 photographs), 2 maps.

583  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXXIII, Nos. 213-221. 1949. Quarto, iii + 186 pp., 34 pls., 28 figs.

  • REYNOLDS, S. R. M. Adaptation of Uterine Blood Vessels and Accommodation of the Products of Conception. pp. 1-19, 3 pls., 4 figs. (Contr. 213.)
  • SENSENIG, E. CARL. The Early Development of the Human Vertebral Column. pp. 21- 41, 5 pls., 1 fig. (Contr. 214.)
  • SCHULTZ, ADOLPH H. The Palatine Ridges of Primates. pp. 43-66, 7 figs. (Contr. 215.) STURGIS, SOMERS H. Rate and Significance of Artesia of the Ovarian Follicle of the
  • Rhesus Monkey. pp. 67-80, 3 pls. (Contr. 216.)
  • HAMILTON, CLARA EDDY. Observations on the Cervical Mucosa of the Rhesus Monkey. pp. 81-101, 4 pls., 5 figs. (Contr. 217.)
  • WHARTON, LAWRENCE R., JR. Double Ureters and Associated Renal Anomalies in Early Human Embryos. pp. 103-112, 2 pls., 2 figs. (Contr. 218.)
  • RAMSEY, ELIZABETH MAPERSDEN. The Vascular Pattern of the Endometrium of the Pregnant Rhesus Monkey (Macaca mulatta). pp. 113-147, 9 pls., 2 figs. (Contr. 219.)
  • STREETER, GEORGE L. Developmental Horizons in Human Embryos (Fourth Issue). A Review of the Histogenesis of Cartilage and Bone. pp. 149-167, 4 pls., 7 figs. (Contr. 220.)
  • HERTIG, ARTHUR T., and JOHN ROCK. Two Human Ova of the Pre-villous Stage Having a Developmental Age of About Eight and Nine Days, Respectively. pp. 169- 186, 4 pls. (Contr. 221.)

584  Some Tertiary Mammals and Birds from North America. (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1949. Octavo, iii + 244 pp., 19 pls., 21 figs.

  • I. WILSON, ROBERT W. Additional Eocene Rodent Material from Southern California. pp. 1-25, 2 pls.
  • II. WILSON, ROBERT W. On Some White River Fossil Rodents. pp. 27-50, 2 pls., 2 figs.
  • III. WILSON, ROBERT W. Rodents and Lagomorphs of the Upper Sespe. pp. 51-65, 1 pl., 1 fig.
  • IV. WILSON, ROBERT W. Early Tertiary Rodents of North America. pp. 67-164, 13 figs.
  • V. WILSON, ROBERT W. Rodents of the Rincon Fauna, Western Chihuahua, Mexico. pp. 165-176, 2 pls.
  • VI. HOWARD, HILDEGARDE. New Avian Records for the Pliocene of California. pp. 177-199, 3 pls.
  • VII. MILLER, LOYE, and HILDEGARDE HOWARD. The Flightless Pliocene Bird Mancalla. pp. 201-228, 6 pls., 1 fig.
  • VIII. STOCK, CHESTER. Mammalian Fauna from the Titus Canyon Formation, California. pp. 229-244, 3 pls., 4 figs.

585  Contributions to American Anthropology and History. Vol. X, Nos . 48-51. 1949. Quarto, v + 186 pp., 1 frontispiece, 30 figs.

  • BARRERA VASQUEZ, ALFREDO, and SYLVANUS GRISWOLD MORLEY. The Maya Chronicles. pp. 1-85, frontispiece, 2 figs. (Contr. 48)
  • ROYS, RALPH L. Guide to the Codex Perez. pp. 87-106. (Contr. 49)
  • KIDDER, A. V., H. S. and C. B. COSGROVE. The Pendleton Ruin, Hidalgo County, New Mexico. pp.107-152, 27 figs. (Contr. 50)
  • ROYS, RALPH L. The Prophecies for the Maya Tuns or Years in the Books of Chilam Balam of Tizimin and Mani. pp. 153-186, 1 fig. (Contr. 51)

586  SPOEHR, H. A., J. H. C. SMITH, H. H. STRAIN, H. W. MILNER, and G. J. HARDIN. Fatty Acid Antibacterials from Plants. 1949. Octavo, iii + 67 pp., 16 figs.

587  BARTH, TOM. F. W. Volcanic Geology, Hot Springs, and Geysers of Iceland. 1950. Quarto, xi + 174 pp., 31 pls., 68 figs.

588  SMITH, A. LEDYARD. With introduction by A. V. KIDDER. Uaxactun, Guatemala: Excavations of 1931-1937. 1950. Quarto, xii + 108 pp., frontispiece, 143 figs.

589  THOMPSON, J. ERIC S. Maya Hieroglyphic Writing: Introduction. 1950. Quarto, xviii + 347 pp., frontispiece, 64 figs.

590  AXELROD, DANIEL I. Studies in Late Tertiary Paleobotany. (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1950. Octavo, iii +323 pp.,19 pls., 4 figs.

  • I. Classification of the Madro-Tertiary Flora. pp.1-22.
  • II. A Sonoma Florule from Napa, California. pp.23-71, 4 pls.
  • III. Further Studies of the Mount Eden Flora, Southern California. pp. 73-117, 3 pls.
  • IV. The Anaverde Flora of Southern California. pp. 119-158, 3 pls.
  • V. The Piru Gorge Flora of Southern California. pp. 159-214, 6 pls.
  • VI. Evolution of Desert Vegetation in Western North America. pp. 215-306, 3 pls., 4 figs.
  • Appendix: Systematic Revisions of Fossil Plants. pp. 307-311.

591  SHREVE, FORREST, and IRA L. WIGGINS. Vegetation and Flora of the Sonoran Desert. Octavo

  • Vol. I. SHREVE, FORREST. Vegetation of the Sonoran Desert. 1951. xii + 192 pp., 27 maps, 37 pls.

592  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXXIV, Nos. 222-230. 1951. Quarto, iii + 196 pp., 58 pls., 49 figs.

  • HINES, MARION, and BETTINA M. EMERSON. Development of the Spinal Cord in the Fetal and Infant Macaque. I. Growth, as Increase in Size. pp. 1-18, 9 figs. (Contr. 222)
  • LAVELLE, FAITH WILSON. A Study of Hormonal Factors in the Early Sex Development of the Golden Hamster. pp. 19-53, 12 pls., 9 figs. (Contr. 223)
  • WHITE, R. F., A. T. HERTIG, J. ROCK, and E. ADAMS. Histological and Histochemical Observations on the Corpus Luteum of Human Pregnancy, with Special Reference to Corpora Lutea Associated with Early Normal and Abnormal Ova. pp. 55- 74, 7 pls. (Contr. 224)
  • REYNOLDS, S. R. M., and J. TYLER BAKER. Effect of Parity in Women on the Pattern of Uterine Enlargement during the Latter Half of Gestation. pp. 75-86, 11 figs. (Contr. 225)
  • BENSLEY, C. M. Cyclic Fluctuations in the Rate of Epithelial Mitosis in the Endometrium of the Rhesus Monkey. pp. 87-98, 5 figs. (Contr. 226)
  • BARTELMEZ, G. W., with the collaboration of GEORGE W. CORNER and CARL G. HARTMAN. Cyclic Changes in the Endometrium of the Rhesus Monkey (Macaca mulatta). pp. 99-144, 25 pls. (Contr. 227)
  • SENSENIG, E. CARL. The Early Development of the Meninges of the Spinal Cord in Human Embryos. pp. 145-157, 4 pls. (Contr. 228)
  • FAULCONER, ROBERT J. Observations on the Origin of the Miillerian Groove in Human Embryos. pp. 159-164, 1 pl., 1 fig. (Contr. 229)
  • STREETER, GEORGE L. Prepared for publication by CHESTER H. HEUSER and GEORGE W. CORNER. Developmental Horizons in Human Embryos. Description of Age Groups XIX, XX, XXI, XXII, and XXIII, Being the Fifth Issue of a Survey of the Carnegie Collection. pp. 165-196, 9 pls., 14 figs. (Contr. 230)

593  PROSKOURIAKOFF, TATIANA. A Study of Classic Maya Sculpture. 1950. Quarto, xi + 299 pp., 111 figs.

594  SMITH, A. LEDYARD, and ALFRED V. KIDDER. Excavations at Nebaj, Guatemala. With Notes on the Skeletal Material, by T. D. STEWART. 1951. Quarto, vii + 90 pp., frontispiece, 90 figs.

595  RUPPERT, KARL. Chichen Itza: Architectural Notes and Plans. 1952. Quarto, vi + 169 pp., 151 figs. (fig. 151, map in pocket).

596  Contributions to American Anthropology and History. Vol. XI, Nos. 52-56. 1952. Quarto, v + 236 pp., 1 frontispiece, 145 figs.

  • WILLIAMS, HOWEL. Geologic Observations of the Ancient Human Foot prints near Managua, Nicaragua. pp. 1-31, 11 figs. (Contr. 52)
  • SHOOK, EDWIN M., and ALFRED V. KIDDER. Mound E-III-3, Kaminaljuyu, Guate- mala. pp. 33-127, 81 figs. (Contr. 53)
  • ROYS, RALPH L. Conquest Sites and the Subsequent Destruction of Maya Architecture in the Interior of Northern Yucatan. pp. 129-182, 4 figs. (Contr. 54)
  • STRÖMSVIK, GUSTAV. The Ball Courts at Copan; with Notes on Courts at La Union, Quirigua, San Pedro Pinula, and Asuncion Mita. pp. 183-214, frontispiece, 23 figs. (Contr. 55)
  • SMITH, ROBERT E. Pottery from Chipoc, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. pp. 215-236, 26 figs. (Contr. 56)

597  LONGYEAR, JOHN M., 111. Copan Ceramics: A Study of Southeastern Maya Pottery. 1952. Quarto, xiii + 114 pp., 118 figs., 3 maps.

598  CHAMBERLAIN, ROBERT S. The Conquest and Colonization of Honduras, 1502-1550. 1953. Octavo, vi + 264 pp., 5 figs.

599  MACGINITIE, HARRY D. Fossil Plants of the Florissant Beds, Colorado. (Contributions to Paleontology.) 1953. Octavo, iii + 198 pp., 75 pls., 1 fig.

600  BURLEW, JOHN S., edited by. Algal Culture: From Laboratory to Pilot Plant. 1953. Octavo, ix + 357 pp., 92 figs.

  • BUSH, V. Foreword. pp. iii-vi.
  • 1. BURLEW, JOHN S. Current Status of the Large-Scale Culture of Algae. pp. 3-23.
  • 2. SPOEHR, H. A. The Need for a New Source of Food. pp. 24-28.
  • 3. MYERS, JACK. The Biology of the Algae: A Brief Summary. pp. 31-36, 2 figs.
  • 4. MYERS, JACK. Growth Characteristics of Algae in Relation to the Problems of Mass Culture. pp. 37-54, 4 figs.
  • 5. WASSINK, E. C., B. KOK, and J. L. P. VAN OORSCHOT. The Efficiency of Light- Energy Conversion in Chlorella Cultures As Compared with Higher Plants. pp. 55- 62.
  • 6. KOK, BESSEL. Experiments on Photosynthesis by Chlorella in Flashing Light. pp. 63- 75, 8 figs.
  • 7. TAMIYA, H., K. SHIBATA, T. SASA, T. IWAMURA, and Y. MORIMURA. Effect of Diurnally Intermittent Illumination on the Growth and Some Cellular Characteristics of Chlorella. pp. 76-84, 3 figs.
  • 8. KRAUSS, ROBERT W. Inorganic Nutrition of Algae. pp. 85-102, 4 figs.
  • 9. DAVIS, E. A., JEAN DEDRICK, C. S. FRENCH, H. W. MILNER, JACK MYERS, J. H. C. SMITH, and H. A. SPOEHR. Laboratory Experiments on Chlorella Culture at the Carnegie Institution of Washington Department of Plant Biology. pp. 105-153, 25 figs.
  • 10. VON WITSCH, H., and R. HARDER. (English summary by H. A. SPOEHR.) Stoffproduktion dutch Grünalgen und Diatomeen in Massenkultur. pp. 154-165, 3 figs.
  • 11. GUMMERT, F., M.-E. MEFFERT, and H. STRATMANN. Non-sterile Large-Scale Culture of Chlorella in Greenhouse and Open Air. pp. 166-176, 5 figs.
  • 12. FOGG, G. E., and DOROTHY M. COLLYER. The Accumulation of Lipides by Algae. pp. 177-181, 1 fig.
  • 13. GEOGHEGAN, M. J. Experiments with Chlorella at Jealott’s Hill. pp. 182-189.
  • 14. JORGENSEN, JORGEN, and JACINTO CONVIT. Cultivation of Complexes of Algae with Other Fresh-Water Microorganisms in the Tropics. pp. 190-196.
  • 15. EVENARI, M., A. M. MAYER, and E. GOTTESMAN. Experiments on Culture of Algae in Israel. pp. 197-203.
  • 16. TAMIYA, H., E. HASE, K. SHIBATA, A. MITUYA, T. IWAMURA, T. NIHEI, and T. SASA. Kinetics of Growth of Chlorella, with Special Reference to Its Dependence on Quantity of Available Light and on Temperature. pp. 204-232, 18 figs.
  • 17. (Based on report by Arthur D. Little, Inc.) Pilot-Plant Studies in the Production of Chlorella. pp. 235-272, 12 figs.
  • 18. MITUYA, A., T. NYUNOYA, and H. TAMIYA. Pre-Pilot-Plant Experiments on Algal Mass Culture. pp. 273-281, 5 figs.
  • 19. MILNER, HAROLD W. The Chemical Composition of Algae. pp. 285-302.
  • 20. FISHER, A. W., JR., and JOHN S. BURLEW. Nutritional Value of Microscopic Algae. pp. 303-310, 1 fig.
  • 21. FISHER, A. W., JR. Microscopic Algae as Industrial Raw Materials. pp. 311-315.
  • 22. KRAUSS, ROBERT W., and WILLIAM J. MCALEER. Growth and Evaluation of Species of Algae with Regard to Sterol Content. pp. 316-325, 1 fig. Bibliography. pp. 329-345.

601  WILSON, RALPH ELMER. General Catalogue of Stellar Radial Velocities. (Papers of the Mount Wilson Observatory, Vol. VIII.) 1953. Quarto, x + 344 pp.

602  RUPPERT, KARL, J. ERIC S. THOMPSON, and TATIANA PROSKOURIAKOFF, etc. Bonampak, Chiapas, Mexico. 1955. 71 pp., 29 pls. (some color), 10 graphs.

603  Contributions to Embryology Vol. XXXV. Nos. 231-241. 1954. 237 pp.

  • CORNER, GEORGE. W. and GEORGE W. BARTELMEZ. Early Abnormal Embryos of the Rhesus Monkey. pp 1-9, 5 pls.
  • GILBERT, CHRISTINE and CHESTER H. HEUSER. Studies in the Development of the Baboon (Papio ursinus): A Description of Two Presomite and Two Late Somit Stage Embryos. pp. 11-54, 11 pls., 3 figs.
  • BARTLEMEZ, G. W. (with the collaboration of MARY P. BLOUNT). The Formation of the Neural Crest from the Primary Optic Vesicle in Man. pp. 55-71, 10 pls.
  • REYNOLDS, S. R. M., G. M. ARDRAN, and M. M. L. PRICHARD. Observations on Regional Circulation Time sin the Lamb under Fetal and Neonatal Conditions. pp. 73-92, 3 figs.
  • WELLS, L. J. and G. VAN WAGENEN. Androgen-Induced Female Pseudohermaphrodit- ism in the Monkey (Macaca mulatta): Anatomy of the Reproductive Organs. pp. 93- 106, 6 pls.
  • WELLS, L. J. Development of the Human Diaphragm and Pleural Sacs. pp. 107-134, 33 figs.
  • CHACKO, ANNA W. and S. R. M. REYNOLDS. Architecture of Distended and Nondistended Human Umbilical Cord Tissues, with Special Reference to the Arteries and Veins. pp. 135-150, 6 pls., 4 figs.
  • RAMSEY, ELIZABETH MAPELSDEN. Venous Drainage of the Placenta of the Rhesus Monkey (Macaca mulatta). pp. 151-173, 7 pls.
  • TORREY, THEODORE W. The Early Development of the Human Nephros. pp. 175-197, 4 pls., 3 figs.
  • MULLIGAN. On the Preimplantation stages of the Human Ovum: A Description of Four Normal and Four Abnormal Specimens Ranging from the Second to the Fifth Day of Development. pp 199-220, 5 pls.
  • SETTLE, GEORGE W. Localization of the Erythrocyte-Forming Areas in the Early Chick Blastoderm Cultivated in Vitro. pp. 221-237, 11 figs.

604  MORRIS, EARL H. and ROBERT F. BURGH. Basketmaker II Sites Near Durango, Colorado. 1954. 135 pp., 116 illus.

605  GODSKE, C. L., T. BERGERON, J. BJERKNES, and R. C. BUNDGAARD. Dynamic Meteorology and Weather Forecasting. 1957. 800pp.

606  Contributions to American Anthropology and History. Vol. XII. Nos. 57-60. 1960. 264 pp., 19 pls.

  • ROYS, RALPH L. The Maya Katun Prophecies of the Books of Chilam Balam, Series I. pp. 1-60.
  • PROSKOURIAKOFF, TATIANA. Varieties of Classic Central Veracruz Sculpture. pp 61- 94.
  • BERLIN, HEINRICH. Late Pottery Horizons of Tabasco, Mexico. pp. 95-154. SANDERS, WILLIAM T. Prehistoric Ceramics and Settlement Patterns in Quintana Roo, Mexico. pp. 155-264.

607  ROBERTS, RICHARD B., PHILIP H. ABELSON, DEAN B. COWIE, ELLIS T. BOLTON, and ROY J. BRITTEN. Studies of Biosynthesis in Escherichia coli. 1955. 521 pp.

608  SMITH, A. LEDYARD. Archaeological Reconnaissance in Central America. 1955. 87 pp., 141 pls.

609  SHEPARD, ANNA O. Ceramics for the Archaeologist. 1956. 414 pp.

610  MERRILL, PAUL W. Lines of the Chemical Elements in Astronomical Spectra. [Papers of the Mount Wilson Observatory, Vol IX.] 1956. 167 pp.

611  Contributions to Embryology, Vol. XXVI. Nos. 242-251. 1957. 210 pp., 60 pls.

  • HEARD, OSBORNE O. Methods Used by C. H. Heuser in Preparing and Sectioning Early Embryos. pp. 1-18, 3 pls., 12 figs.
  • MOFFETT, BENJAMIN C., JR. The Prenatal Development of the Human Temporomandibular Joint. pp. 19-28, 2 pls.
  • HEUSER, CHESTER, H. and GEORGE W. CORNER. Developmental Horizons in Human Embryos. Description of Age Group X, 4 to 12 Somites. pp. 29-39, 2 pls., 2 figs.
  • SMITH, E. IDE. The Early Development of the Trachea and the Esophagus in Relation to Atresia of the Esophagus and Trachoesophageal Fistula. pp. 41-57, 4 pls., 11 figs.
  • GILBERT, PERRY W. The Origin and Development of the Human Extrinsic Ocular Muscles. pp. 59-78, 14 pls., 2 figs.
  • PADGET, DORCAS H. The Development of the Cranial Venous System in Man, from the Viewpoint of Comparative Anatomy. pp. 79-140, 6 pls., 18 figs.
  • SENSENIG, E. CARL. The Development of the Occipital and Cervical Segments and Their Associated Structures in Human Embryos. pp. 141-152, 4 pls.
  • BARTELMEZ, GEORGE W. The Form and Function of the Uterine Blood vessels in the Rhesus Monkey. pp. 153-182, 15 pls.
  • O’RAHILLY, RONAN, D. J. GRAY, and ERNEST GARDNER. Chondrification in the Hands and Feet of Staged Human Embryos. pp. 183-192, 1 pl.
  • CROWDER, ROY E. The Development of the Adrenal Gland in Man, with Special Reference to Origin and Ultimate Location of Cell Types and Evidence in Favor of the “Cell Migration” Theory. pp. 193-210, 8 pls., 7 figs.

612  DEMEREC, M., ZLATA HARTMAN, PHILIP E. HARTMAN, TAKASHI YURA, JOSEPH S. GOTS, HARUO OZEKI and S. W. GLOVER. Genetic Studies with Bacteria. 1956. 136 pp.

  • DEMEREC, M. Terminology and Nomenclature. pp. 1-4.
  • DEMEREC, M. and ZLATA HARTMAN. Tryptophan Mutants in Salmonella typhimurium. pp. 5-34.
  • HARTMAN, PHILIP E. Linked Loci in the Control of Consecutive Steps in the Primary Pathway of Histidine Synthesis in Salmonella typhimurium. pp. 63-76.
  • YURA, TAKASHI. Suppressor Mutation in Purine-Requiring Mutants of Salmonella typhimurium. pp. 77-86.
  • GOTS, JOSEPH S. The Biochemical Nature of a Suppressor Mutation in a Purine-requiring Mutant of Salmonella typhimurium. pp. 87-96.
  • OZEKI, HARUO. Abortive Transduction in Purine-Requiring Mutants of Salmonella typhimurium. pp. 97-106.
  • HARTMAN, ZLATA. Induced Mutability in Salmonella typhimurium. pp. 107-120. GLOVER, S. W. A Comparative Study of Induced Reversion in Escherichia coli. pp. 121-136.

613  ROYS, RALPH L. The Political Geography of the Yucatan Maya. 1957. 187 pp., 17 maps.

614  MOSER, HERMAN. The Dynamics of Bacterial Populations Maintained in the Chemostat. 1958. 136 pp.

615  CLAUSEN, JENS and WILLIAM N. HIESEY. Experimental Studies on the Nature of Species. IV. Genetic Structure of Ecological Races. 1958. 312 pp.

616  BLAKE, MARION ELIZABETH. Roman Construction in Italy from Tiberius through the Flavians. 1959. 195 pp., 31 pls.

617  Miocene Floras of the Columbia Plateau. (Contributions to Paleontology) 1959. 237 pp., 44 pls.

  • Part I. Composition and Interpretation. RALPH W. CHANEY. pp. 1-135
  • Part II. Systematic Considerations. RALPH W. CHANEY and DANIEL I. AXELROD. pp. 136-229.

618  SANDAGE, ALLAN. The Hubble Atlas of Galaxies. 1962. 31 pp., 50 pls.

619  POLLOCK, H. E. D., RALPH L. ROYS, T. PROKOURIAKOFF, and A. LEDYARD SMITH. Mayapan, Yucatan, Mexico. 1962. 442 pp., 53 pls., 2 maps.

620  FORBUSH, SCOTT E., and MATEO CASAVERDE. Equatorial Electrojet in Peru. 1961. 135 pp., 98 tables.

621  Contributions to Embryology. Vol. XXXVII. (Nos. 252-258) 1962. 129 pp.

  • BARTELMEZ, GEORGE W. The Proliferation of Neural Crest from Forebrain Levels in the Rat. pp. 1-12, 8 pls., 7 figs.
  • BARTELMEZ, GEORGE W. and A. S. DEKABAN. The Early Development of the Human Brain. pp. 13-32, 30 pls.
  • BÖVING, BENT G. Anatomical Analysis of Rabbit Trophoblast Invasion. pp. 33-55, 15 pls., 1 fig.
  • DELANNEY, L. E. and J. D. EBERT in collaboration with C. M. COFFMAN and A. M. MUN. On the Chick Spleen: Origin; Patterns of Normal Development and Their Experimental Modification. pp. 57-85, 14 pls., 1 fig.
  • DE VRIES, PIETER A. and JOHN B. DE C. M. SAUNDERS. Development of the Ventricles and Spral Outflow Tract in the Human Heart. pp. 87-114, 9 pls., 9 figs.
  • NARBAITZ, ROBERTO. The Primordial Germ Cells in the Male Human Embryo. pp. 115-119, 5 pls.
  • MCKENZIE, J. The Development of the Sternomastoid and Trapezius Muscles. pp. 121- 129, 13 pls., 2 figs.

622  STEINHART, JOHN S., and ROBERT P. MEYER [with contributors WILLIAM E. BONINI, T. JEFFERSON SMITH, and GEORGE P. WOOLLARD.] Explosion Studies of Continental Structure. 1961. 409 pp., 2 pls.

623  NOBS, MALCOLM A. Experimental Studies on Species Relationships in Ceanothus. 1963. 94 pp.

624  ROBERTS, RICHARD B., edited by. Studies of Macromolecular Biosynthesis. 1964. 702 pp.

625  Contributions to Embryology. Vol XXXVIII. Nos. 259-263. 1966. 131 pp.

  • O’RAHILLY, RONAN. The Early Development of the Eye in Staged Human Embryos. pp. 1-42.
  • HARRIS, JOHN W. S. and ELIZABETH M. RAMSEY. The Morphology of Human Uteroplacental Vasculature. pp. 43-58.
  • RAMSEY, ELIZABETH M. and JOHN W. S. HARRIS. Comparison of Uteroplacental Vasculature and Circulation in the Rhesus Monkey and Man. pp. 59-70.
  • ROSENQUIST, GLENN C. A Radioautographic Study of Labeled Grafts in the Chick Blastoderm: Development from Primitive-Streak Saes to Stage 12. pp 71-110.
  • ROSENQUIST, GLENN C. and ROBER L. DEHAAN. Migration of Precardiac Cells in the Chick Embryo: A Radioautographic Study. pp. 111-121.
  • Index of Authors, Volumes I-XXXVIII, 1915-1966. pp. 122-129.

626  HOWARD ROBERT, VACLAV BUMBA, AND SARA F. SMITH. Atlas of Solar Magnetic Fields. 1967.

627  LINDSLEY, D. L. and E. H. GRELL. Genetic Variations of Drosophila melanogaster. 1967. 472 pp.

628  HIESEY, WILLIAM M., MALCOLM A. NOBS, AND OLLE BJÖRKMAN. Experimental Studies on the Nature of Species V: Biosystematics, Genetics, and Physiological Ecology of the Erythranthe Section of Mimulus. 1971. 213 pp., 73 figs.

629  GARZOLI, SILVIA L. An Atlas of Galactic Neutral Hydrogen for the Region 270° < i < 310°; -7° < b < 2°. 1972. 123 pp.

630  TUVE, MERLE A., and SOREN LUNDSAGER. Velocity Structures in Hydrogen Profiles: A Sky Atlas of Neutral Hydrogen Emission. 1973. 178 pp.

631  O’RAHILLY, RONAN. Developmental Stages in Human Embryos. Part A: Embryos of the First Three Weeks (Stages 1-9). 1973.

632  BAJAJA, E. and F. R. COLOMB. Observations in the 21-cm Neutral Hydrogen Line. 1973. 77 pp.

633  PÖPPEL, W. G. L. and E. R. VIEIRA. An Atlas of Galactic Hydrogen: I. The Region 0° < i < 12°; +3° < b < +17°. 1974. 46 pp., 42 figs.

634  HOFMANN, A. W., B. J. GILETTI, H. S. YODER, JR., and R. A. YUND, edited by. Geochemical Transport and Kinetics: Papers presented at a conference at Airlie House, Warrenton, Va., June, 1973. 1974. 353 pp.

635  SANDAGE, ALLAN, and G. A. TAMMANN. A Revised Shapley-Ames Catalog of Bright Galaxies. 1981. Second printing. 157 pp.

636  HIESEY, WILLIAM M. and MALCOLM A. NOBS. Experimental Studies on the Nature of Species: VI: Interspecific Hybrid Derivatives between Facultatively Apomictic Species of Bluegrasses and their Responses to Contrasting Environments. 1982. 118 pp., 23 tables, 28 figs.

637  O’RAHILLY, RONAN and FABIOLA MÜLLER. Developmental Stages in Human Embryos. 1987. 306 pp.

638  SANDAGE, ALLAN and JOHN BEDKE. The Carnegie Atlas of Galaxies. 1994. 2 volumes. 750 pp.