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University Press : JOHN WILSON AND Sox, CAMBRIDGE, U.S. A.
I. Studies in the Eupatorieae : (I.) Revision of the Genus Piqueria ;
(II.) Perision of the Genus Ophryosporus ; (III.) The Genus
Helogyne and its Synonyms ; (IV.) Diagnoses and Synonymy of
Eupatorieae and of Certain Other Compositae which have been
Classed with them. By B. L. ROBINSON
II. Architectural Acoustics : (I.) Introduction; (II.) The Accuracy
of Musical Taste in regard to Architectural Acoustics ; (III).
Variation in Reverberation with Variation in Pitch. By W. C.
III. On the Permeability and the Retentiveness of a Mass of Fine Iron
Particles. By B. O. PEIRCE
IV. On the Length of the Time of Contact in the Case of a Quick Tap
on a Telegraph Key. By B. 0. PEIRCE
By E. L.
V. Some Stages in the Spermatogenesis of the Honey Bee.
MARK AND M. COPELAND
VI. Friction and Force due to Transpiration as Dependent on Pressure
in Gases. By J. L. Hogg .
VII. On the Conditions to be Satisfied if the Sums of the Corresponding
Members of Two Pairs of Orthogonal Functions of Two Vari-
ables are to be Themselves Orthogonal. By B. 0. PEIRCE.
VIII. On the Correction for the Effect of the Counter Electromotive Force
induced in a Moving Coil Galvanometer when the Instrument is
used Ballistically. By B. O. PEIRCE.
IX. A Simple Device for Measuring the Deflections of a Mirror Gal-
By B. O. PEIRCE
X. On the Cytology of the Entomophthoraceae. By L. W. RIDDLE
XI. A Revision of the Alomic Weight of Bromine. By G. P. Baxter
XII. The Optic Chiasma of Teleosts : A Study of Inheritance.
A. P. LARRABEE
XIII. Fluorescence and Magnetic Rotation Spectra of Sodium Vapor,
and their Analysis. By R. W. Wood
XIV. Results of the Franco-American Expedition to Explore the Atmos-
phere in the Tropics. By A. L. Rotch
XV. An Approximate Law of Fatigue in the Speeds of Racing Ani-
mals. By A. E. KENNELLY.
XVI. An Experimental Study of the Image-Forming Powers of Various
Types of Eyes. By L. J. COLE
XVII. Expansion and Compressibility of Ether and of Alcohol in the
Neighborhood of their Boiling Points. By A. W. SMITH
XVIII. The Hydroids of Bermuda. By E. D. CONGDON
XIX. The Spermatogenesis of the Myriapods. (V.) On the Sperma-
tocytes of Lithobius. By M. W. BLACKMAN
XX. Revision of the Genus Spilanthes. By A. H. Moore
XXI. Concerning the Adiabatic Determindtion of the Heats of Combus-
tion of Organic Substances, especially Sugar and Benzol. By
T. W. RICHARDS AND MESSRS. HENDERSON AND FREVERT 571
XXII. On the Thomson Effect and the Temperature Coefficient of
Thermal Conductivity in Soft Iron between 1159 and 204° C.
By E. H. HALL AND Messrs. CAMPBELL, Serviss, AND
XXIII. An Electric War-Cutter for Use in Reconstructions. By E. L.
XXIV. Concerning Position Isomerism and Heats of Combustion.
L. J. HENDERSON
XXV. Temperature of Mars. A Determination of the Solar leat
Received. By P. LOWELL,
XXVI. The Transmission of Röntgen Rays through Metallic Sheets. By
J. M. ADAMS
XXVII. The Process of Building up the Voltage and Current in a Long
Alternating-Current Circuit. By A. E. KENNELLY 699
XXVIII. The Determination of Small Amounts of Antimony by the
Berzelius-Marsh Process. By C. R. SANGER AND J. A.
OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES FOR 1907–08
LIST OF FELLOWS AND FOREIGN HONORARY MEMBERS
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