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190 TEE SCIENTIFIC MONTHLY

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Hedin, Swen G., 1915. Colloidal Beactions and Their Belations to Biology, de- livered Jan. 24, 1914. See, The Harvej Lectures, 1913-1914, Phila., 1915, pp. 162-173.

Henderson, Lawrence J., 1913. The Fitness of the Environment. Kew York, 1913.

Hutton, James, 1795. Theory of the Earth with Proofs and Illustrations. Edin- burgh, 1795.

Jordan, Edwin O., 1908. A Text-book of General Bacteriology. Phila. and London, 1908.

Judd, John W., 1910. The Coming of Evolution, The Story of a Great Bevolu- tion in Science. Cambridge Manuals of Science and Literature. Cam- bridge, 1910.

Loeb, Jacques, 1906. The Dynamics of Living Matter. Kew York, 1906.

Lyell, Charles, 1830. Principles of Geology. London, 1830.

Moore, P. J., 1915. Outlines of Organic Chemistry. New York and London, 1915.

Moulton, P. B., 1912. Description Astronomy. Chicago, 1912.

Osbom, Henry Fairfield, 1894. From the Greeks to Darwin. Kew York, 1894.

1908. The Four Inseparable Factors of Evolution. Theory of their Distinct

and Combined Action in the Transformation of the Titanotheres, an Extinct Family of Hoofed Animals in the Order Perissodactyla, Science, Jan. 24, 1908, pp. 148-150.

1912, 1. The Continuous Origin of Certain Unit Characters as Observed by

a Paleontologist. Harvey 8oe, Volume, Nov., 1912, pp. 153-204.

-1912, 2. Tetraplasy, the Law of the Four Inseparable Factors of Evolu-

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Pirsson, Louis Y., and Schuchert, Charles, 1915. A Text-book of Geology. Part I., Physical Geology, by Louis V. Pirsson. Part n.. Historical Geol- ogy, by Charles Schuchert. New York and London, 1915.

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Bichards, Herbert M., 1915. Acidity and Gas Interchange in Cacti Washing- ton, 1915.

Bussell, H. N., 1916. On the Albedo of the Planets and their Satellites. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 1916, pp. 74-77.

Butherf ord, Sir Ernest, 1906. Badioactive Transformations. New York, 1906.

^1915. The Constitution of Matter and the Evolution of the Elements. First

series of lectures on the William EUery Hale foundation, delivered April, 1914. Pop. Sci. Mon., August, 1915, pp. 105-142.

Sachs, Julius, 1882. A Text-book of Botany, Morphological and PhysiologicaL Oxford, 1882.

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Schuchert, Charles (with Pirsson, Louis V.), 1915. A Text-book of Geology. See Pirsson.

Smith, Alexander, 1914. A Text-book of Elementary Chemistry, New York, 1914.

Walcott, Charles D., 1893. Geologic Time, as indicated by the sedimentary rocks of North America. Jour. Geol., Oct.-Nov., 1893, pp. 639-676.

Wilson, Edmund B., 1906. The Cell in Development and Inheritance. Second edition. New York, 1906.

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