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1961JPUE L][CAT][ONSoftheFACULTY AND STAFFTHE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIAVANCOUVER1961JPUE L][CATJ[ONSof theFACULTY AND STAFFSEPTEMBER I, 1959TOAUGUST 31, 1960THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIAVANCOUVERCONTENTSPAGE5Guide to Arrangement of List7Administration7Department of Agricultural Engineering7Department of Anatomy9Division of Animal Sciencei o Department of Anthropology andSociology10 School of Architectureii Asian Studiesi i Department of Bacteriology andImmunology‘2 Department of BiochemistryI 2 Department of Biology and BotanyI4Department of Chemical EngineeringI 4 Department of Chemistry20 Department of Civil Engineering21 Department of Classics22 Faculty of Commerce and BusinessAdministration23 Department ofEconomics and Political Science24 College of Education26 Department of Electrical Engineering26 Department of English31 Department of Fine Arts3’Faculty of Forestry32 Department of Geography33 Department of Geology34Department of German34Department of History35Faculty of Law36 Library38 Department of Mathematics41 Department of MechanicalEngineeringCONTENTS THE UN1VERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA PUBLICATIONSBIBLIOGRAPHY SERIES NO. I IPAGE 42 Department of Medicine45 Department of Miningand Metallurgy46 Department of Neurological Research46 School of NursingGuide to Arrangement ofList47Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology47Institute of OceanographyAs an experiment, partly in response to numerous requests, partly as ameasure of economy, the list this year is arranged by departments, rather48 Department of Paediatricsthan alphabetically. If two men of the same department are joint authors49 Department of Pathologyof an article, it is entered once under the first name on the title page. Shouldthe second man be a member of another department, the article will alsoo Department of Pharmacologybe listed under his name in the appropriate place. For example, an article50 Faculty of Pharmacyby Dr. Ian Cowan and Dr. A.J.Wood is entered under Zoology for Dr.50 Department of PhilosophyCowan and under Animal Science for Dr. Wood, but an article by Dr. andMrs. Friedman and Miss Miyoshi Nakashima would be listed only once in51 School of Physical Education and RecreationAnatomy, under the name first listed in the journal. All names are included52 Department of Physicsin the index. No article is listed twice under the same man, regardless of the54 Department of Physiologyfact that the author is a member of several departments.Division of Plant ScienceFor the first time this year, in a special section, recognition is given to thework of those who serve as Editors-in-Chief of journals with a circulation of56 Department of Poultry Sciencesome significance beyond the campus.57Department of Preventive MedicineAs usual the Faculty Bibliography has been published under the auspicesof the Editorial Committee.57 Department of PsychiatryANNE M. SMITH, Compiler and Editor.57 Department of Psychology8 Department of Romance Studies59 Department of Slavonic Studies59School of Social Work59 Department of Soil Science6o Department of Surgery62 Department of University Extension62 Department of Zoology(including the Institute of Fisheries)67 Editors-in-Chief69 Index5PUBLICATIONS OFTHE FACULTY ANDSTAFFSEPTEMBER I, 1959 - AUGUST31, 1960ADMINISTRATIONANDREW, GEOFFREY C. Reportof the Committee on New Zealanduniversities; December 1959. By David HughesParry, Geoffrey C. Andrew,Roy W. Harman. Wellington, Governmentprinter, 1960. 130 p.MACKENZIE, NORMAN A. M. “Facultyparticipation in university administration.” Vestes; the Australian universities’ review: 16-9 June 1960.“. . . Neighbourly influences.” Timessupplement on Canada 54631 : iiiNovember 30 1959.“The place of a Faculty of education in auniversity.” Journal of education : 128-3 i March 1960.Publication of the Faculty and College of education,University of British Columbia: Vancouver-Victotia.DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERINGSTALEY, L. M. “Controlling environmentin farm construction.” Countrylife in British Columbia 46:9+ August1960.“Wide range of costs uncovered from useof forage harvesting machinery.”Country life in British Columbia 46:5June 1960.WATSON, E. L. “B.C. farmers not takingadvantage of electric powerpotential at hand.” Country life in BritishColumbia 46:8 July 1960.“Prompt handling plus proper coolingfor better quality.” Canadian foodindustries 31:33-5 June 1960.“Vegetable storage.” Country life in British Columbia45: 15 September1959.DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMYCONSTANTINIDES, pis “Humanhyperlipaemia and hypercholesterolaemia. Rapid correction witha sulphated polymannuronide.” ByP.Constantinides, C. Johnson, B. M.Fahrni, R. Nakashima and H. W. McIntosh. British medical journal5172:535-40 February 20 1960.“Inhibition of progress of preestablished atherosclerosisby diethyistilbestrolin the rabbit.” P. Constantinides and N.Gutmann-Auersperg. A.M.A.archives of pathology 70:35-42July 1960.ERIKSON, LLOYD B. “Diurnaltemperature variation in the rhesus monkeyunder normal and experimental conditions.” Nature186:83-4 April 21960.7“Menstrual irregularities in rhesus monkeys elicited by reserpine administered on selected days of the cycle.” Lloyd B. Erikson, S. R. M. Reynoldsand VincentJ.De Feo. Endocrinology 66:824-31 June 1960.“Reserpine and the chronic stress of reduced barometric pressure in femalerats. Observations on body weight, adrenal weight and histology and hematocrit values.” Robert Epstein, Lloyd B. Erikson and S. R. M. Reynolds.Endocrinology 66:167-74 February 1960.FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. and CoNsTANCE L. “Gradiente del sodio e hipertension renopriva.” Por Sidney M. Friedman y Constance L. Friedman.In Peptidos activos, ed. by Dr. Hector Croxatto. Santiago, Universidadde Chile, 1960. p. 155-63.Simposio organizado por la Sociedad de biologia de Santiago.FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. and CONSTANCE L., and NAKASHIMA, MIYOSHI.“The effect of lecithin and lecithinase on DCA hypertension in the rat.”Archives internationales de pharmacodynamie et de thérapie i 23:216-26December i 1959.“Effect of pitressin on old-age changes of salt and water metabolism in therat.” American journal of physiology 199:35-8 July 1960.“Relation of saluretic and hypotensive effects of hydrochiorothiazide inthe rat.” American journal of physiology 198:148-52 January 1960.“Sodium gradient and renoprival hypertension in the rat.” Circulationresearch 7:917-25 November 1959.“Sodium ion and smooth muscle contraction.” Sydney M. Friedman,James D. Jamieson, Mihoshi Nakashima, and Constance L. Friedman.American heart association. Council for high blood pressure research.Proceedings: Hypertension 8:57-74 April 1960.“Sodium- and potassium-sensitive glass electrodes for biological use.”Sydney M. Friedman, James D. Jamieson, Miyoshi Nakashima, and Constance L. Friedman. Science 130:1252-4 November 6 1959.SCHERRER, HARALD r. “Electrical activity in the renal nerve of the rat:interaction between hypothalamic and afferent influences.” Canadianfederation of biological societies. Proceedings 3:95 1960. Abstract.“Hypothalamic stimulation and blood pressure homeostasis.” Acta neuroVegetativa 20(2) :205-18 June 1959.“Posterior hypothalamic influence on water balance in the rat.” Experimental neurology 2:97-I o8 April 1960.“The relation between electrical activity in the renal nerve and bloodpressure changes with hypothalamic stimulation in the rat.” Anatomicalrecord 136:273 February 1960. Abstract.SRETER, FRANK A. ‘Role of cationic shifts in muscular contraction.”Anatomical record 136:284 February 1960. Abstract.SRETER, FRANK A. and FRIEDMAN, . M.“Effect of pitressin on intracellular sodium and potassium inindirectly stimulated rat gastrocnemiusmuscle.” F. A. Sreter and S. M. Friedman.Canadian federation of biological societies. Proceedings 3: I91960. Abstract.DIVISION OF ANIMAL SCIENCEBERRY. j. C. “Continuing agriculturaleducation. i. Advisory committees& their work. 2. Current research on sire appraisal.”Continuing agricultural education seminar. Proceedings i :49-531960.Theme i g6o: Farm management.University of British Columbia, Department ofuniversity extension, May 30-June3,1960.CAMPBELL,3. j.R. “Dependence of oxidation-reductionpotential of milkon its vitamin C content.”J. J.R. Campbell, R. H. Phelps and LynetteB. Keur. Journal of milk and food technology 22:346-7November 195.9.“Endogenous respiration of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.”R. A.J.Warren,Audrey F. Ells, andJ. J.R. Campbell. Journal of bacteriology79:875-9June 1960.“Role of leucocytes in the reduction ofresazurin in raw milk.”J. J.R.Campbell and R. A. Phelps. Journal of dairyscience 43:187-92 February1960.KITTS, wARREN ii “Estrogenic activity of foragecrops.” Feedstuifs 32:18+January 1960.“Feed additives.” Continuingagricultural education seminar. Proceedings 1:54-7 1960.Theme i 960: Farm management.University of British Columbia, Department ofuniversity extension, May 30-June3,1960,“Note on the effect of gibberellin onred clover.” V. C. Brink, W.D.Kitts, and R. W. Hogg. Canadian journal ofplant science 40:586 July1960.KITTS, WARREN D. and WOOD, A. j.“The estrogen-like substances incertain legumes and grasses. IT. The effectof stage of maturity and frequency of cutting on the estrogenicactivity of some forages.” W. D. Kitts,E. Swierstra, V. C. Brink and A.J.Wood. Canadian journal of animalscience 39:158-63 Decemberi959.WOOD, A. j. “Performancetesting; facts or fantasy.” Beef performanceregister; official publication ofPerformance registry international :6-7August 1960.WOOD, A. j. andKITTS, WARREN D. “The interpretation of the proteinlevel in the ruminal contents of deer.” A.J.Wood, W. D. Kitts and I.McT. Cowan. California fish and game 46:227-9April 1960.89DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGYBLISHEN, BERNARD R. Social research in the field of health; a survey undertaken for the Community chest & Councils of the Greater Vancouvermetropolitan area. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Department of anthropology & sociology, 1960. 298p.BORDEN, CHARLES E. “DjRi3.An early site in the Fraser Canyon, BritishColumbia.” In Contributions to anthropology 1957. Ottawa, Department of northern affairs and national resources, 1960. (National museumof Canada, Bulletin no. 162, Anthropological series no. 45)p.101-18.“Notes and news; Northwest.” American antiquity 25:303 October 1959.“Notes and news; Northwest.” American antiquity 25:442 January 1960.“Notes and news; Northwest.” American antiquity 25:627-8 April 1960.COHN, WERNER “Jewish political attitudes — their background.” Judaism: a quarterly journal of Jewish life and thought 8:,-,i Fall 1959.“On the language of lower-class children.” School review 67:435-40 Winter 1959.“Social status and the ambivalence hypothesis: some critical notes and asuggestion.” American sociological review 25:508-13 August 1960.HAWTHORN, HARRY B. “Darwin and social evolution.” In Evolution:its science and doctrine; symposium presented to the Royal society ofCanada in 1959. Edited by Thomas W. M. Cameron. Toronto, Universityof Toronto press, 1960. (Its “Studia varia” series no.4) p.182-8.SUTTLES, WAYNE “Affinal ties, subsistence, and prestige among the CoastSalish.” American anthropologist 62:296-305 April 1960.Marius Barbeau. Medicine-men on the North Pacific Coast. Nationalmuseum of Canada, Bulletin 152, Ottawa, 1958. 95p.British Columbialibrary quarterly 23:39-40 October 1959. Review.TOPPING, a. W. Crime & you. Toronto, Ryerson press, 1960. vii, 82p.SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTUREHODGE, GERALDj.F. and ROBINSON, IRA M. Jobs, people and transportation; their role in metropolitan physical development. Vancouver,February 1960. xvi, 134p.Mimeographed.A report to the Metropolitan joint committee.LASSERRE, FREDERIC Contribution to “Viewpoint; ‘No Canadian architect has yet obtained international fame, such as have Le Corbusier, FrankLloyd Wright, Neutra, Gropius, and others. What is the reason?’” Royalarchitectural institute of Canada. Journal 37: 110 March 1960.“A major change of program; UBC school of architecture.” Royal architectural institute of Canada. Journal 37:107-8 March ig6o.“Regional influences on student design.” Royal architectural institute ofCanada. Journal 37:91-102 March 1960.LYMAN, VLAD F. Working drawings. Vancouver, UBC School of architecture, September 1959. 41p.OBERLANDER, H. PETER “The ‘patron saint’ of town planning in BritishColumbia.” Plan Canada ,(i) :47-52 1959.A report on the establishment, organization and administration of an institute for community planning in Ghana. New York, United NationsCommissioner for technical assistance, Department of economic and socialaffairs, February 2 1960. 22 p. (TAO/GHA/6).ROGATNICK, ABRAHAM “The Queen Elizabeth theatre, Vancouver; criticism.” Canadian architect 5:63-6 January 1960.ASIAN STUDIESHO, PING-TI “The examination system and social mobility in China, 1368-191 I.” American ethnological society. Proceedings i 959:60-5.Title of proceedings: Intermediate societies, social mobility, and communication.LANGDON, FRANK C. The Chinese family in the Communist revolution:C. K. Yang; S. J. Reginald Saunders. Canadian forum 40:47 May 1960.Review.“Tibet and autonomy.” Canadian forum 39: 126-7 September 1959.WANG, YI-T’UNG “The Lamentation of Ts’ai Yen (ca A.D. 200) .“ Delta10: I i-8 January-March 1960.DEPARTMENT OF BACTERIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGYCOCKCROFT, W. H. “Observations on the bacteriology and epidemiologyof nursery infection. I. Staphylococcal skin infections.” A. F. Hardyment, R. A. Wilson, W. Cockcroft and Betty Johnson. Pediatrics supplement 25:907-27 May 1960.DOLMAN, C. E. “Fish eggs as a cause of human botulism; two outbreaksin British Columbia due to types E and B botulinus toxins.” C. E. Dolman, Maria Tomsich, C. C. R. Campbell and W. B. Laing. Journal ofinfectious diseases 106:5-19 January-February 1960.STOCK, j. j. “Observations on yeast glycerophosphatases.” M. G. Dun-10 IIcan andJ. J.Stock. Canadian society of microbiologists. Program andabstracts io:no.491960. Abstract.“Some characteristics of alpha- and beta-amylase and the assay of theirantienzymes.” By H. D. Sanders andJ. J.Stock. Canadian pharmaceutical journal 93:69-73 April 1960.DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRYBEER, CHARLES T. “Biological properties of Vincaleukoblastine, an alkaloid in Vinca rosea Linn, with reference to its antitumor action.”J.H.Cutts, C. T. Beer, and R. L. Noble. Cancer research 2o: 1023-3 I August1960.“The inactivation of pregnant mares’ serum gonadotrophin by hydroquinones and quinones.” R. C. B. Graham, C. T. Beer and R. L. Noble.Endocrinology 66:647-57 May 1960.JELLINCK, P. HARRY “The enzymic oxidation of [i6-’4C] oestrone invitro.” Biochimica et biophysica acta 41:37-45 June 17 1960.“Enzymic oxidation of stilboestrol labelled with Carbon-14,” Nature ,86:157-8 April91960.NIXON, JOHN C. and ZBARSKY, SIDNEY H. “The incorporation of for-mate-C14 into the nucleic acids of rats with regenerating liver and Novikoff hepatoma.” Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology 37:1405-16 December 1959.TENER, GORDON M. “Studies on the chemical synthesis and enzymaticdegradation of desoxyribo-oligonucleotides.” G. M. Tener and others.New York academy of sciences. Annals 8i :757-75 September 1959.DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY AND BOTANYBIER, JOHN E. “Moisture relations in disease development.” Internationalbotanical congress, gth, Montreal, 1959. Proceedings 2:32 1959.“The relation of bark moisture to the development of canker diseases causedby native, facultative parasites. 2. Fusarium canker on black cottonwood.”Canadian journal of botany 37:781-8 September 1959.“The relation of bark moisture to the development of canker diseases causedby native, facultative parasites. III. Cephalosporium canker on westernhemlock.” Canadian journal of botany 37: 1140-2 September 1959.The relation of bark moisture to the vitality and to the susceptibility or resistance of willow and poplar to canker diseases caused by facultative parasites. Rome, Food and agriculture organization of the United Nations,September 6 p. figure. (FAO/CIP/MAL/7 Annex x).COLE, KATHLEEN “Inheritance of male sterility in green sprouting broccoli.” Canadian journal of genetics and cytology i :203-7 December 1959.HUTCHINSON, A. H. A genetic evaluation of tree growth through ananalysis of the progenies of individual trees, filiotypes and regional populations. Vancouver, June 28 1960. 8p.Report to the Committee on forest tree breeding in Canada under a grant fromthe National research council of Canada and the auspices of theUniversity ofBritish Columbia.KRAJINA, vLnIMIR j. “Can we find a common platform for the differentschools of forest type classification?” Silva Fennica 105:50-5 1960.This issue devoted to Symposium on forest types and forest ecosystems during the9th International botanical congress, Montreal, August 24th 1959.Ecological classification of pine forests in the interior region of BritishColumbia. Vancouver, Author, September 20 1959.1959 Progress report (No.3)E.M.R. grant no. 98.Ecological classification of pine forests in the interior region ofBritishColumbia. Vancouver, B.C., Author, April I 1960.5960 Progress report (No. 4) E.M.R. grant no. 98.Ecology of the forests of the Pacific Northwest. Vancouver, B.C.,Author,January 20 1960.5959 Progress report on N.R.C. grant no. T-92.“Ecosystem classification of forests.” Silva Fennica 105:107-10, 123-381960.Finnish textp.139-42.This issue devoted to Symposium on forest types and forest ecosystems during the9th International botanical congress, Montreal, August 24th 5959.The ecosystem concept in forestry.J.S. Rowe, P. G. Haddock, G. A.Hills, V.J.Krajina, A. Linteau. Fifth world forestry congress, Seattle,Washington, August 29-September 10 1960. SP/17/I —Canada. 5p.Mimeographed.Influence of slash burning on the growth of Douglas-fir, western hemlock,and western redcedar. Vancouver, B.C., Author, March 14 1960.First Progress report on NRC special research grant.The role of corticolous, lignicolous and epilithic bryophyte and lichencommunities in an ecosystem classification of the forest. Vancouver, B.C.,Author, August io ig6o.3 p.Presented at the Symposium on the ecology of bryophytes and lichens. A.I.B.S.annual meeting at Stiliwater, Oklahoma, August 29, 196o.KUIJT, JOB “The distribution of dwarf mistletoes, Arceuthobium, in California.” Madrono 15:129-39 January 1960.“Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium) .“ University of California publications in botany 30(5) :337-4361960.“A study of heterophylly and infiorescence structure in Dendrophthora and1213Phoradendron (Loranthaceae) .“ Acta botanica Neerlandica 8(5) :506-46CLARK, HOWARD C. “Chemistry of the trifluoromethyl group. Part I.959•Complex formation by phosphines containing the trifluoromethyl group.”M. A. A. Beg and H. C. Clark. Canadian journal of chemistry 38: 119-24WORT, ii j. “Terminal oxidases of the mature sugar beet root.” D.J.January 1960.Wort and D. M. Shrimpton. American society of sugar beet technologists.Journal 10:594-602 October 1959. CLARK, HOWARD C. and WILLIS, c.j. “Perfluoroalkyl compounds of germanium.” Chemical society. Proceedingsp.282 August ig6o.“Perfluoroalkyl derivatives of tin. I. Trimethyltrifluoromethyltin.” Amen-DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERINGcan chemical society. Journal 82: 1888-9 I April 20 1960.CAVERS, s. D. “Solvent extraction of Saskatchewan lignites. II. Note onthe properties of the extract.” S. D. Cavers, R. L. Eager andJ.H. Hudson. Canadian journal of chemical engineering 38:88 June 1960.CULLEN, W. R. “Decarboxylation of dimethyltrifluoroacetoxyarsine.”W. R. Cullen and L. G. Walker. Canadian journal of chemistry 38:472-5March 1960.SCOTT, ii s. “Flowmeters for the measurement of gas temperatures.”Chemical engineering science 12:127-32 May i 960.“Perfluoroalkyl arsenicals. Part I. The preparation of alkyl perfluoroalkyl“Removal of a mist in a fluidized bed.” D. S. Scott and 0. A. Guthrie.arsemcals.” Canadian journal of chemistry 38:439-44 March 1960.Canadian journal of chemical engineering 37:200-3 October 1959.“Perfluoroalkyl arsenicals. Part II. The preparation and properties of arylperfluoroalkyl arsenicals.” Canadian journal of chemistry 38:445-51SHEMILT, L. W. “Equations for determining diffusion coefficients in liquidMarch 1960.systems by the diaphragm-cell technique.” F. A. L. Dullien and L. W.Shemilt. Nature 187:767-8 August 27 1960. CULLEN,w. R. and HOCHSTRASSER, ROBIN M. “The electronic spectraof the arylarsines. Part I. The nature of the transitions in the phenylarsines and the relative influence of -CH3 and -CF3 groups.” Journal ofDEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRYmolecular spectroscopy 5:118-32 August 1960.BARTLETT, N. “Two new fluorides of platinum.” By N. Bartlett and0. H. Lohmann. Chemical society. Proceedingsp.14-5 January 1960. DUNELL, n. A. “Proton magnetic resonance absorption in the C-form ofstearic acid.” R. F. Grant and B. A. Dunell. Canadian journal of chemisBONNETT, R. A. “The total synthesis of chlorophyll.” R. B. Woodward,try 38:35964. March 1960.R. Bonnett and others. American chemical society. Journal 82:3800-2 “Viscoelastic behaviorof nylon 6-6 monofilaments below room tempera-July 20 1960. ture.” B. A. Dunell, Ann A.Joanes, R. T. B. Rye. Journal of colloidscience 15:193-204 June 1960.BRYCE, W. A. and RUZICKA, i. j. “Reactions of allyl radicals with ole-fins.” Canadian journal of chemistry 38:835-44 June 1960.DUTTON, G. C. s. “The constitution of the hemicelluloses of sitka spruce(Picea sitchensis). III. Structure of an arabomethoxyglucuronoxylan.”BUTLER, JAMES N. “Reactions of methylene. IV. Propylene and cyclo- By G. G. S. Dutton and K. Hunt. American chemical society. Journalpropane.” By James N. Butler and G. B. Kistiakowsky. American chemi- 82: 1682-4April51960.cal society. Journal 82:759-65 February 20 1960.DUTTON, o. a. s. and TANAKA, y. “The synthesis of 5-O-methyl-L-CHAMBERS, R. D., CLARK, HOWARD C. and WILLIS, C. j. “The reaction arabinose.”G. G. S. Dutton, Y. Tanaka, and K. Yates. Canadian jour-of hexamethyl-ditin with trifluoro-iodomethane.” Chemistry and industry nal of chemistry 37: 1955-8 December 1959.3:76-7 January i6 3960.“The trifluoromethyifluoroborate anion.” Chemical society. ProceedingsFROST, DAVID C. “A demonstration atomic model.” Journal of educationp.114 March 1960.4:90-4 March 1960.Publication of the Faculty and College of education, University of British ColuinCICCONE, STEFANIA and HALPERN, JACK “Catalysis of the cis-transbia: Vancouver-Victoria.isomerization of azobenzene by acids and cupric salts.” Canadian journalof chemistry 37:1903-10 November 1959. FROST, DAVIDC. and MCDOWELL, C. A. “The ionization and dissociation14of some halogen molecules by electron impact.” Canadian journal ofchemistry 38:407-20 March 1960.“Recent electron impact studies on simple molecules (02, Cl2,‘2).“ InAdvances in mass spectrometry, ed. by J. D. Waidron. London, Pergamon press, 1959.p. 413-30.Proceedings of a Joint conference organized by the Hydrocarbon research group,Institute of petroleum, and A.S.T.M. Committee E. 24 and held in the Universityof London,24th-26th September 1958.GRAY, PETER and REEVES, LEONARD W. “Potential energy barrier to rotation in methyl nitrite measured by PMR.” Journal of chemical physics32:1878-80 June 1960.HALPERN, JACK “The catalytic activation of hydrogen in homogeneous,heterogeneous, and biological systems.” Advances in catalysts 11:301-70‘959.“Electron-transfer reactions; introductory paper.” By J. Halpern and L. E.Orgel. Faraday society. Discussions 29:7-20 April 1960.“Mechanism of the oxidation and reduction of metal ions by hydrogenatoms.”J.Halpern, G. Czapski,J.Jortner and G. Stein. Nature i86:629-30 May 21 1960.“Medium effects in the homogeneous catalytic activation of molecularhydrogen by metal salts. I. Cupric and cuprous heptanoates in heptanoicacid.” By A.J.Chalk andJ.Halpern. American chemical society. Journal 8i :5846-52 November 20 1959.“Medium effects in the homogeneous catalytic activation of molecularhydrogen by metal salts. II. Anion and solvent effects for cupric andcuprous salts.” By A.J.Chalk andJ.Halpern. American chemicalsociety. Journal 8i :5852-4 November 20 1959.“Oxidation of formic acid and formate ion in aqueous solution by someinorganic oxidants.” ByJ.Halpern and Sandra M. Taylor. Faradaysociety. Discussions 29: 174-81 April 1960.“The theory of electron transfer between metal ions in bridged systems.”By J. Halpern and L. E. Orgel. Faraday society. Discussions 29:32-41April 1960.HALPERN, JACK and HARKNESS, ALAN c. “Medium effects in the homogeneous catalytic activation of molecular hydrogen by metal salts. III.Silver and mercuric salts.” By A.J.Chalk,J.Halpern and A. C. Hark-ness. American chemical society. Journal 81:5854-7 November 20 1959.“Spectra of some transition metal ions and complexes in D20.” Journal ofchemical physics 32:1147-9 October 1959.HALPERN, JACK and HARROD, j. F. “Catalytic activation of hydrogenin aqueous solution by the chloropalladate (II) ion.”J.Halpern,J.F.Harrod, and P. E. Potter. Canadian journal of chemistry 37: I6-5oSeptember 2959.HARRISON, L. o. “Exchange reactions involving surface regions insodiumchloride crystals.” By L. G. Harrison, I. M. Hoodless andJ.A. Morrison.Faraday society. Discussions 28:103-12 1959.HARROD, j. F. and HALPERN, JACK “Catalytic activation of molecularhydrogen in solution by chlororhodate (III) complexes.” Canadian journal of chemistry 37: 1933-5 November 1959.HAYWARD, L. D. “The action of pyridine on the dinitrate esters ofI,4;3,6-dianhydrohexitols.” M. Jackson and L. D. Hayward. Canadianjournal of chemistry 38:496-502 April 1960.“The pentitol pentanitrates.” I. G. Wright and L. D. Hayward. Canadianjournal of chemistry 38:316-9 February 1960.“6-O-ethyl-D-galactose.” G. G. McKeown and L. D. Hayward. Canadianjournal of chemistry 38: 174-5 January 1960.HOCHSTRASSER, ROBIN M. “The luminescence of complex molecules inrelation to the internal conversion of excitation energy. Part I.” Canadian journal of chemistry 37:2367-72 August 1959.“The luminescence of complex molecules in relation to the internal conversion of excitation energy. Part II. N-heteroaromatics.” Canadianjournal of chemistry 38:233-9 February 2960.“On the problem of radiative combinations between upper singlet states andthe ground state in aromatic molecules.” Spectrochimica acta 16:497-504May 1960.“Polarization of the first two electronic transitions of pyrene.” Journal ofchemical physics 33:459-63 August 1960.HOCHSTRASSER, ROBIN M. and PORTER, GERALD B. “Primary processesin photo-oxidation.” Quarterly reviews 14(2) : 146-73 1960.JAMES, ii o. L. “The polymerization of acrylonitrile in aqueous solution.Part II. The reaction photosensitized by Fe3,Fe3OH-, Fe2,and I-ions.” F. S. Dainton and D. G. L. James. Journal of polymer science39:299-322 September 1959.KIRK, ALEXANDER D. “The role of hydroperoxides in the oxidation ofethane and propane at3200C.”By A. D. Kirk andJ.H. Knox. Chemicalsociety. Proceedings p. 384 December 1959.MCDOWELL, C. A. “The infrared absorption spectra of urea-hydrocarbonadducts.” P. H. H. Fischer and C. A. McDowell. Canadian journal ofchemistry 38:187-93 February 1960.“The ionisation potential of the methylene radical.” By E. W. C. Clarkeand C. A. McDowell. Chemical society. Proceedings p. 69 February1960.i6‘7“A proposal for the nomenclature of free radicals.” By F. P. Lossing andC. A. McDowell. Nature 185: i6i January i6 1960.McDOWELL, C. A. and ROWLANDS, j. R. “The electron spin resonancespectra of the positive and negative ions of diphenylene.” Canadian journal of chemistry 38:503-7 April 1960.MCGREER, DONALD E. “Pyrazolines.” Journal of organic chemistry 25:852-3 May 1960.“The synthesis and some reactions of diazocyclobutane.” By Douglas E.Applequist and Donald E. McGreer. American chemical society. Journal82:1965-72 April20 1960.MATSUNAGA, YOSHIO “Electron spin resonance absorption of boroultramarine.” Canadian journal of chemistry 38:309-Il February 1960.“The electron spin resonance absorption spectra of semiquinone ions. PartIII. Free radical salts of quinhydrones.” Canadian journal of chemistry38:1172-6 July 1960.“Magnetic properties of mesonaphthodianthrene.” Canadian journal ofchemistry 38:323-8 March 1960.MATSUNAGA, YOSHIO and McDOWELL, c. A. “Electron spin resonanceabsorption of the biradical molecular complex, p-phenylenediaminechioranil.” Nature 185:916-7 March 26 1960.“Electron spin resonance absorption of diphenylpicrylhydrazyl-zinc oxidemixtures.” Canadian journal of chemistry 38:724-7 May 1960.“The electron spin resonance absorption spectra of semiquinone ions. PartI. The hyperfine splitting due to alkoxy groups.” Canadian journal ofchemistry 38:1158-66 July 1960.“The electron spin resonance absorption spectra of semiquinone ions. PartII. The hyperfine splitting due to amino groups.” Canadian journal ofchemistry 38:1167-71 July 1960.“Hyperfine structure in the electron spin resonance absorption spectrum ofthe phenazine semiquinone ion.” Chemical society. Proceedings p. 175May 1960.MOODIE, R. u., CONNOR, T. 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HARRY G. and KER, JOHN w. “Empiricalyield equations foryoung forest growth.” British Columbia lumberman 43:22-5September1959.Also issued as Research note 23, Faculty offorestry, University of BritishColumbia.Growing Douglas fir and westernhemlock trees at desired rates. Vancouver, University of British Columbia,Faculty of forestry, 1960. (Research note 24).WALTERS, JOHN and TESSIER, JEROMEP. Drainage of planting siteswith dynamite. By J. Walters,J.P. Tessier andJ.Soos. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Faculty of forestry,1960. (Research note 25).DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHYHOOSON, DAVID j. 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(Its “Studia varia” seriesno.4)p. 22-44.DEPARTMENT OF GERMANBATTS, MICHAEL . “On the form of the ‘Annolied’.” Monatshefte 52:179-82 April-May 1960.HALLAMORE, JOYCE “The symbolism of the marble musein Stifter’sNachsommer.” PMLA 74:398-405 September 1959.JETTER, MARIANNE R. “Some thoughts on Kleist’s Amphitryon andKaiser’s Zweimal Amphitryon.” German life & letters n.s. 13:178-89April 5960.DEPARTMENT OF HISTORYHARNETTY, PETER “British and Indian attitudes to the Indian problemat the end of the nineteenth century.”Canadian historical association.Report 1959:48-62.The question of Tibet and the rule of law: Internationalcommission ofjurists; Geneva; v, 208 p. Canadian forum 4o: 18-9 April ig6o. Review.The revolt in Tibet: Frank Moraes; Macmillan 223 p.Canadian forum40:95-6 July 1960. Review.“Turning new leaves.” Canadian forum 39:208-9 December 1959. Review.ORMSBY, MARGARET A. Articles on Alexander Mackenzie, SirJames Douglas, Sir Richard McBride. 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Review.“India revisited.” In Democracy and national development in India,ed. by Edgar Mclnnis. Toronto, Canadian institute of internationalaffairs, 5960. (Contemporary affairs no. 28)p.59-37.The memoirs of Sir Anthony Eden. Full circle. London, Cassell, 1960.619 p. International journal 15:151-4 Spring 1960. Review.“The quarrel between India and China.” World review p. 1-4 January1960.Survey of British Commonwealth affairs. Problems of wartime co-operation and post-war change, 1939-1952. By Nicholas Mansergh. Londonand New York, Oxford university press, 1958. 469 p. Pacific affairs 32:441-2 December 5959. Review. -FACULTY OF LAWBOURNE, CHARLES B. “The Columbia River controversy.” Canadian barreview 37:444-72 September 1959. -3435“The Federation of the West Indies.”University of Toronto law journal13(2) :135-65 1960.FELTHAM, IvAN R. “The frustratedcontracts act.” Advocate 18:5-7January-February 1960.An introduction to Canadian businesslaw. Rev. 1959. Vancouver, B.C.,Author, 1959. 52 p. Mimeographed.“Judicial research.” Canadian bar journal3:80-3 February 1960.“Reciprocal enforcement of judgmentsact.” University of British Columbia law review i :229-5 I March1960.TODD, ERIC C. E. “Bailment; nature ofimplied warranty of fitness.” Journal of business lawp.335-7 July1960.“The quashing and attacking of municipalby-laws.” Canadian bar review38:197-215 May 1960.LIBRARYBELL, INGLIs F. Annual bibliographyof English language and literature.v. 31 1953-1954. Ed. for the Modernhumanities research association byLewis Sawin, and others. Contributingeditor for Canada Inglis Bell.Cambridge, University press, 1960.“Canadian literature— 1959”; achecklist edited by Inglis F. Bell. Canadian literature 3:91 - , o8 Winter 1960.“A fighting governor.” Canadianliterature 2 :88-9 Autumn 1959. Review.“Mechanics of editorial work.”LPRT newsletter 6:4-6 1960.Highlights from a talk presented at theLPRT meeting during the Washington,D.C. conference, June 1959.“Mountains with legends.” Canadian literature4:74-6 Spring 1960. Review article.“Some themes of change; the Naegelereport.” British Columbia libraryquarterly 23: 17-9 October 1959.PNLA library development project studies.DWYER, MELvA j. “Finearts in Asia; a selected list of books on art andarchitecture for the Unesco seminaron Asia and the West.” Feliciter 5:6-8 May 1960.FRASER, M. DOREEN E. “Canadianmedical school libraries and their collections; a brief review.” Medicallibrary association. Bulletin 48: 149-6April 1960.Read at the 8th annual meeting ofthe Medical library association, June 15-9,1959, Toronto, Canada.HARLOW, NEAL “‘Gold’, its properties,modes of extraction, value, &c.,&c., by F. G. 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(“AllertonPark institutes,” no.4)Champaign, Illinois, Illinois union bookstore,1959. 175 p. Library quarterly 3o: 161-2 April1960. Review.SELBY, JoAN. “New departures: Canadianliterature and Prism; a review.”British Columbia library quarterly 23:29-32January 1960.“New stories.” Canadian literature 2:8, Autumn1959. Review.SELTH, GEOFFREY i’. “BCLA fall meeting; ‘Our co-operationrecord dismal’.” B.C.L.A. reporter 2:3-6 December 1959.“Correspondence [Canadian libraries and librarianship:replyl” Australian library journal 9:41-2 January 1960.“Dictionary of Canadian biography.”B.C.L.A. reporter 3:8-9 June 1960.SMITH, ANNE M. Encyclopedia Canadiana.Editor in chief, John E. Rob-bins. io v. Ottawa, The Canadiana company limited,[c1957-58j Book-list and subscription books bulletin 56:393-404March 1960. Review.Reference guide to electrical engineering literature.Vancouver, University of British Columbia library, zg6o. 12 .Mimeographed. (Reference publication no.7rev.).Reference guide to mechanical engineeringliterature. Vancouver, University of British Columbia library, 1959. 8 p. Mimeographed. (Reference publication no. 14).TURNER, G. G. “The evolutionof an idea.” Feliciter 5:20-I February-March 1960.36 37VOGEL, BETTY Elizabeth Blanche Norcross, The warm land, Duncan, I959.112 p. illus. British Columbia library quarterly 23:37-40 April1960.Review.DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICSBENEDICTY, MARIO “Projective classification of the plane trilinearities ofdimension four.” Mario Benedicty and David C. Kay. Padua. Università. Seminario matematico. Rendiconti 30:101-23 June 1960.CHRISTIAN, ROBERT R. High school mathematics. Unit A. The geometryof parallels. Urbana, University of Illinois committee on school mathematics, 1960. 219p.Mimeographed.FROESE, CHARLOTTE “Initial estimates for self-consistent field calculationsfor atoms with large atomic number.” Physical review I 6 : 900-2 November 15 1959.Programming the ALWAC III-E digital computer for geomagnetic data.By C. Froese and H.J.Duffus. Ottawa, Defence research board, Septemberi959.[29J p. (Pacific naval laboratory,Esquimalt, B.C. Technicalmemorandum59-4).Programs for oceanographic computations and data processing on theelectronic digital computer ALWAC III-E; DP-3 oceanographicstationdata program. Ottawa, Fisheries research board of Canada, June 171960. 23 p. (Manuscript report series (Oceanographic and lirnnologicalno.73)).Programmed by the Canadian committee on oceanography, Pacific oceanographicgroup, Nanaimo, B.C.Programs for oceanographic computations and data processing on theelectronic digital computer ALWAC JII-E; M-i miscellaneousprograms.By N. P. Fofonoff and C. Froese. 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(Obusloviiakh sushchestvovaniia predel’nykh tsiklov)” B. A. Barbashin andV. A. Tabueva. Prikladnaia matematika i mekhanika 23(5) :826-35 1959.Translated from the Russian by E. Leimanis. Applied mathematics andmechanics 23(5) :1185-97 1959.“Investigation of the stability of a gyroscope taking into account the dryfriction on the axis of the inner Cardan ring (gimbal). (Issledovaniyeustoichivosti giroskopa s uchetom sukhogo treniia na osi vnutrennego kardanova kol’tsa (kozhukha)” V. V. Krementulo. Prikladnaia matematikai mékhanika 23(5):968-7o 1959. Translated from the Russian by E.Leimanis. Applied mathematics and mechanics 23(5): 1382-6 1959.“Motion of stabilized gyroscopic systems on a moving base. (Dvizheniyestabilizirovannykh giroskopicheskikh sistem na podvizhnom osnovanii)”V. S. Novoselov. Prikladnaia matematika i mekhanika 23(5): 964-7 1959.Translated from the Russian by E. Leimanis. Applied mathematics andmechanics 23(5) :1375-81 1959.“Nikolai Gur’evich Chetaev; a biographical sketch.” Prikladnaia matematika I mekhanika 24:1-4 1960. Translated from the Russian by E. Leimanis. Applied mathematics and mechanics 24:1-4 August 1960.“On particular cases of motion of a heavy rigid body about a fixed point.(0 chastnykh sluchaiakh dvizheniia tiazhelogo tverdogo tela vokrugnepodvizhnoi tochki)” A. A. Bogoiavlenskii. Prikladnaia matematika imekhanika 22(5) :622-45 1958. Translated from the Russian by E. Leimanis. Applied mathematics and mechanics 22(5): 873-905 1958.“On a problem of optimum control of nonlinear systems. (Ob odnoizadache optimal’nogo regulirovaniia nelineinykh sistem)” N. N. Krasovskii. Prikladnaia matematika i mekhanika 23(2) :209-29 1959. Translated from the Russian by E. Leimanis. Applied mathematics and mechanics 23(2) :303-32 1959.“On the theory of optimum control. (K teorii optimal’nogo regulirovaniia)” N. N. Krasovskii. Prikladnaia matematika I mekhanika 23(4):625-39 1959. Translated from the Russian by E. Leirnanis. Appliedmathematics and mechanics 23(4) :899-919 1959.“Qualitative methods in general dynamics and celestial mechanics.” Applied mechanics reviews 12:665-70 October 1959.“The stability of solutions of two nonlinear differential equations of thethird and fourth orders. (Ob ustoichivosti reshenii dvukh nelineinykh differentsial’nykh uravnenii tret’ego i chetvertogo poriadkov)” A. I. Ogurtsoy. Prikladnaia matematika i mekhanika 23(I) :179-81 1959. Translated from the Russian by E. Leimanis. Applied mathematics and mechanics 23(I) :247-51 1959.“A survey of the scientific works of N. G. Chetaev.” Prikladnaia matematika i mekhanika 24:171-97 1960.” Translated from the Russian by3839E. Leimanis. Applied mathematics and mechanics 24:238-87August1960.MARCUS, MARVIN IL Basic theorems in matrix theory.Washington, D.C.,Government printing office, 1960. (U.S. Nationalbureau of standards.Applied mathematics series57).Lectures on tensor and Grassman products. Vancouver, Departmentofmathematics, University of British Columbia, 1958-9.88,(.) p.The permanent function. By Marvin Marcus and F. C. May. Vancouver,University of British Columbia, Department of mathematics, 1960.26p.Prepared for the Office of scientific research of the United States airforce airresearch and development command.“Permanents of doubly stochastic matrices.” By Marvin Marcusand Morris Newman. American mathematical society. Symposiain appliedmathematics. Proceedings i 0 169-74 1960.Title of proceedings: Combinatorial analysis.“Some properties and applications of doubly stochastic matrices.”American mathematical monthly 67;215-2I March 1960.MARCUS, MARVIN D. and KHAN, NISAR A. “A note on a groupdefinedby a quadratic form.” Canadian mathematical bulletin :143-8 May1960.“On matrix commutators.” Canadian journal of mathematics i 2(2): 269-771960.“Space of k-commutative matrices.” U.S. National bureau of standards.Journal of research 64B :51-4 January-March 1960.MARCUS, MARVIN IL and MINC, HENRYK “The maximum number ofequal non-zero subdeterminants.” Archiv der mathematik 11(2) :95-100April 1960.On the relation between the determinant and the permanent.Vancouver,University of British Columbia, Department of mathematics, 1960. 10 p.Prepared for the Office of scientific research of the United States air force airresearch and development command.MARCUS, MARVIN D. and MOYLS, B. N. “Transformation ontensor pro-duct spaces.” Pacific journal of mathematics : 1215-2I Winter 1959.MARCUS, MARVIN D. and REE, RIMHAK “Diagonals of doubly stochasticmatrices.” Quarterly journal of mathematics Oxford 2d series 10:296-302 December‘959.MELZAK, z. A. “A class of star-shaped bodies.” Canadian mathematicalbulletin 2:175-80 September 1959.“A countable interpolation problem.” American mathematical society.Proceedings I I :304-6 April 1960.“An existence theorem for certain autonomous systems.”American mathematical monthly 6 :438-42 May 1960.“The isoperimetric problem of the convex hull of a closed space curve.”American mathematical society. Proceedings 11:265-74 April I960.“Minkowski’s theorem with curvature limitations (i) .“ Canadianmathematical bulletin : 151-8 September 1959.“A note on Hilbert’s tenth problem.” Canadian mathematical bulletin :153-6 May 1960.“A note on sets of constant width.” American mathematical society.Proceedings 11:493-7 June 1960.“The positivity sets of the solutions of a transport equation.” Michiganmathematical journal 6(4) :331-4 1959.“Power series representing certain rational functions.” Canadian journalof mathematics 12(1) :20-6 1960.MINC, HENRYK “Enumeration of indices of given altitude and potency.”Edinburgh mathematical society. Proceedings : 207-9 November I959.“A problem in partitions: enumeration of elements of a given degree in thefree commutative entropic cyclic groupoid.” Edinburgh mathematicalsociety. Proceedings ii :223-4 November 1959.MOYLS, B. N., MARCUS, MARVIN D. and MINC, HENRYK Permanentpreservers on the space of doubly stochastic matrices. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Department of mathematics, 1960. 8p.Prepared for the Office of scientific research of the United States air force airresearch and development command.NASH, STANLEY W. “The higher derivative test for extrema. and points ofinflection.” American mathematical monthly 66:709-13 October 1959.STRUIK, RUTH R. “A note on prime-power groups.” Canadian mathematical bulletin 3:27-30 January ig6o.“On nilpotent products of cyclic groups.” Canadian journal of mathematics 12(3) :447-62 1960.“On verbal products of groups.” London mathematical society. Journal34:397-400 October 1959.WHITTAKER, JAMES V. “On the structure of half-groups.” Canadianjournal of mathematics i:6t-,959.DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGBOSTON, RALPH E. “On keeping Harry happy; a look at a present-dayproblem — and a suggestion.” B.C. professional engineer i I 20 August1960.4°41“The training of engineering technicians.” Journal of education 4:79-84March 1960.Publication of the Faculty and College of education, University of BritishColumbia: Vancouver-Victoria.Reprinted in B.C. professional engineer it :39-42 June 1960.McILROY, H. set. “Advancing with B.C.; gas turbine cycles and free pistongassifier.” B.C. power engineer I(4):9-13+ 1960.PARKINSON, G. v. The short-chambered helium gas gun (U). Valcartier,Quebec, Defence research board, Canadian armament research and development establishment, October 1959.33p.(CARDE technicalmemorandum AB-6o).DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINEAUCKLAND, N. L. “Epilepsy of childhood; school problems and management.” British Columbia medical journal 2:27-30 January 1960.BAGNALL, ARTHUR W. “Antimalarial compounds in rheumatoid disease.”Canadian medical association journal 82: I 167-9 June41960.BOGOCH, A. “Antagonism of serotonin-induced contraction and electricalactivity in the ileum.” E. E. Daniel, A.J.Honour, and A. Bogoch.Gastroenterology 39:62-73 July 1960.“The clinical response and the amount of insulin, extractable from the pancreas in diabetic patients treated with oral hypoglycaemic drugs. A report on five cases.” A. Bogoch, T. W. Davis, E. Jow and G. A. Wrenshall.Canadian medical association journal 8, :347-56 September, 1959.“Electrical activity of the longitudinal muscle of dog small intestine studiedin vivo using microelectrodes.” E. E. Daniel, A.J.Honour and A. Bogoch.American journal of physiology 198: 113-8 January 1960.“Electrical activity of the small intestine.” E. E. Daniel, D. R. Carlow,B. T. Wachter, W. H. Sutherland, and A. Bogoch. Gastroenterology 37:268-8 i September 1959.“Perforation of the duodenum following gastroscopy.” A. Bogoch andG. A. DeVeber. Gastroenterology 38:91-2 January 1960.“Prolonged hepatitis due to infectious mononucleosis.” T. W. Davis andA. Bogoch. Canadian medical association journal 82:476-9 February 271960.“The pyloric segment after gastroenterostomy.” A. Bogoch and A. G.Richards. Canadian medical association journal 8i :463-7 September i1959.“The relationship between electrical and mechanical activity of the smallintestine of dog and man.” E. E. Daniel, B. T. Wachter, A.J.Honour,and A. Bogoch. Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology 38:777-801 August 1960.BOGOCH, A., BAIRD, M. M. and McINTOSH, HAMISH w. “The effectsof prednisone in two patients with primary biliary cirrhosis.” A. Bogoch,T. W. Davis., M. H. Duffy, M. M. Baird and H. W. McIntosh. Canadianmedical association journal 82:248-57 January 30 1960.BOYD, R. 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Canadian journal of zoology 38:203-7 February 1960.“The clinical course of arthritis associated with ulcerative colitis and regional ileitis.” Denys K. Ford and Derek G. Vallis. Arthritis and rheumatism 2:526-36 December 1959.“Reiter’s syndrome and allied arthritides.” British Columbia medical journal 2:231-2 April 1960.GOFTON,J.PHILIP “Arthritis; a brief outline of modem treatment.Part I.” British Columbia medical journal 2:371-5 June 1960.“Arthritis; a brief outline of modern treatment. Part II.” British Columbia medical journal 2:436-40 July 1960.HASSELBACK, RICHARD C. and THOMAS,J.P. WALLACE “Aplasticanaemia.” Canadian medical association journal 82:1253-60 June ,81960.HENRY, EDWIN W. “The anabolic steroid hormones.” British Columbiamedical journal 1:733-42 October 1959.“Kidney function tests — an evaluation.” British Columbia medical journal 2: i6,-8 March 1960.4243KERR, R. B. and BOGOCH, A. “Hepatitis caused by glipasol (R.P. 2259)—an antidiabetic suiphonamide drug.” T. W. 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A.M.A. archivesof internal medicine i 05:90-8 January 1960.“The physician’s approach to management of the psychoneuroses.” BritishColumbia medical journal 2:306-10 May 1960.PALMER, RUSSELL A. and HENRY, EDWIN W. “Acute renal failure: practical considerations.” R. A. Palmer,J.D. E. Price, E. W. Henry, A. R.Cox, D. Osoba, and Earl English. British Columbia medical journal i:641-8 September 1959.ROBERTSON, H. ROCKE “Symposium on hospital acquired staphylococcalinfections. Part I. The problem of hospital acquired staphylococcal infections.” Annals of surgery I5o: 768-78 October 1959.Presented before the American surgical association, San Francisco, California,April 55-7, 5959.ROBINSON, CECIL E. 0. “Possible association of malignant neoplasm withiron-dextran injection; a case report.” By C. E. G. Robinson, D. N. BellandJ.H. Sturdy. British medical journal 5199:648-50 August 27 1960.SHALLARD, BRUCE “Fees.” British Columbia medical journal 2:376-9June 1960.Presented at the Medical staff meeting, St. Paul’s hospital, March i,ig6o.STEWART, WILLIAM D. Basic office dermatology. By Stuart Maddin,Julius L. Danto and William D. Stewart. Springfield, Illinois, Charles C.Thomas, 1960. xix, 308p.“Bed-pan hands.” Julius L. Danto, Wm. D. Stewart, and Stuart Maddin.Canadian nurse 56:5 10-I June 1960.“Dermal abrasion for the removal of acne scars.” Stuart Maddin, JuliusL. Danto and William D. Stewart. Canadian medical association journal82:1072-4 May 21 1960.“The office use of sulfamethoxypyridazine; a review of cutaneous reactions.”W. D. Stewart, W. S. Maddin andJ.L. Danto. Canadian medical association journal 82:23-4 January 2 1960.STEWART, WILLIAM D. and KANEE, BEN “Griseofulvin: a clinical report; the effect of griseofulvin on some superficial fungal infections andupon the cultures taken from these infections.” Wm. D. Stewart, BenKanee,J.L. Danto and Stuart W. Maddin. Canadian medical association journal 8i :726-31 November i 1959.WHITELAW, DONALD M. and THOMAS, j. P. WALLACE “The significantpercentage of blast cells in the bone marrow in the diagnosis of acuteleukaemia.”J.Wm. Ibbott, D. M. Whitelaw andJ.W. Thomas. Canadian medical association journal 82:358-61 February 13 1960.DEPARTMENT OF MINING AND METALLURGYARMSTRONG, w. M. “Electric smelting processes — reducing materials.”Symposium on iron and steel in Western Canada, Edmonton, 1959. Proceedings 1959:157-64. (Research council of Alberta. Information seriesno. 30).Sponsored by Coal and Metallurgy divisions, Canadian institute of mining andmetallurgy and the Research council of Alberta.“Instrumentation for the physical metallurgist.” Canadian mining andmetallurgical bulletin 52:698-9 November 1959.FORWARD, F. A. “Direct leaching zinc-sulfide concentrates by SherrittGordon.” By F. A. Forward and H. Veltman. Journal of metals I 1:836-40 December 1959.LUND, j. A. H. “The sintering and alloying behaviour of nickel-coatedmetal powders.”J.A. Lund, T. Krantz and V. N. Mackiw. Progress inpowder metallurgy ,6: 160-72 1960.Proceedings of the Sixteenth annual meeting of the Metal powder industriesfederation, held at the Drake Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, April 25-7, 1960.WILES, DONALD R. “Kinetics of the dissolution of copper in aqueous solutions of aliphatic amines.” S. C. Sircar and D. R. Wiles. Electrochemicalsociety. Journal 107: 164-7 March 1960.“Kinetics of the dissolution of copper in aqueous solutions of aliphatic diamines.” S. C. Sircar and D. R. Wiles. Electrochemical society. Journal107:366-70 May 1960.44 45DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCHCAMERON, CHRISTINAj.“Normal and abnormal di-iodo-L-tyrosine metabolism in human subjects.” Biochemical journal 74:323-9 February 1960.“Radioiodine compounds of human urine after ‘‘I therapy.x. 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Smith, R. M. Paul, E. G. McGeer, and P. L. McGeer.Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology 37:1493-515 December1959.WADA, JUHN A. “Central biological action of normal and schizophrenicurine extracts in cats and monkeys.” In Recent advances in biologicalpsychiatry. New York, Grune & Stratton, inc., 1960.p.300-14.“Intracarotid injection of sodium amytal for the lateralization of cerebralspeech dominance. Experimental and clinical observations.” By JuhnWada and Theodore Rasmussen. Journal of neurosurgery i 7:266-82March 1960.“Permanent artificial skull with multiple electrodes and removable surgicalwindow.” Juhn A. Wada with the technical assistance of Finn Bauckand Leigh R. Cornelius. Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology journal 12:514-6 May 1960.“Sir William Osler — a great Canadian mind.” Hokudai-Kikan 18:58-67June 1960.SCHOOL OF NURSINGMALLORY, H. EVELYN “Whither we are tending.” Canadian nurse 56:521-38 June 1960.MORRISON, RUTH M. “Providing for depth of learning.”Canadian nurse56:730-4 August 1960.DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGYAGNEW, ALEC M. and BOYES, DAVID A. “Evaluation of radiationresponse.”A. M. Agnew, H. K. Fidler and D. A. Boyes. Americanjournal of obstetrics and gynecology 79:698-9 April 1960.BOYD, JOHN R. “Occult invasive squamous carcinoma of thecervix.”H. K. Fidler andJ.R. Boyd. Cancer 13:764-71 July-August 1960.BOYES, DAVID A. “A technique to increase the value of a cone biopsyfromthe cervix.” D. A. Boyes and H. K. Fidler. Cancer 13:634-5May-June1960.INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHYBARY, BRIAN MC K. “Ecology and distribution of some pelagichyperiidea(Crustacea, Arnphipoda) from New Zealand waters.” Pacific science13:317-34 October 1959.“Notes on ecology, distribution, and systematics of pelagic tunicatafromNew Zealand.” Pacific science 14:101-21 April 1960.PICKARD, 0. L. “Current measurements in Knight Inlet, BritishColumbia.” By G. L. Pickard and Keith Rodgers. Fisheries researchboard ofCanada. Journal 16:635-78 Novemberi959.“Some observations of turbidity in British Columbia inlets.” G.L. Pickardand L. F. Giovando. Limnology and oceanography : 162-70 April 1960.SCAGEL, ROBERT F. “Culture studiesof benthonic algae in NortheastPacific.” International oceanographic congress, 1st, Woods Hole, Mass.,1959. Preprints 1:203-4 1959.“Report of the Institute of oceanography, University of BritishColumbia.”Pacific science congress, 9th, Bangkok, 1957. Proceedings i6: 14-5 1958.“The role of plants in relation to animals in the marine environment.”Biology colloquium 20:9-29 1959.Marine biology, the proceedings of the Twentieth annual biology colloquium,Oregon state college, April 1959.“A synthetic approach to some problems in marine algal ecology.”International botanical congress, gth, Montreal, 1959. Proceedings 2:344 1959.Trip iB British Columbia; Phycology. International botanical congress,9th, Canada, 1959. 20P.Mimeographed.4647STEWART, ROBERT W. “Changes in the form of short gravity waves onlong waves and tidal currents.” By M. S. Longuet-Higgins and R. W.Stewart. Journal of fluid mechanics 8:565-83 August i g6o.“The natural occurrence of turbulence.” Journal of geophysical research64:2112-5 December 1959.“The problem of diffusion in a stratified fluid.” Advances in geophysics6:303-10 1959.Proceedings of a Symposium on atmospheric diffusion and air pollution, held atOxford, August 1958, by the International union of theoretical and appliedmechanics and International union of geodesy and geophysics.Proceedings of the symposium on naval hydrodynamics. Ed. by F. S.Sherman. Washington: National academy of sciences — National research council, 1957.444 p.Journal of fluid mechanics 6: 156-9 July1959. Review article.“A spectrum of turbulence at very high Reynolds number.” H. L. Grant,A. Moilliet, and R. W. Stewart. Nature 184: 8o8- i o September 12 1959.DEPARTMENT OF PAEDIATRICSDUNN, HENRY G. “Convulsions and convulsive disorders in children.”College of general practice (medicine) of Canada. Bulletin 6:37-43January 1960.HARDYMENT., A. F. “Acute abdominal conditions in infants and children.” British Columbia medical journal 2:31 i-6 May 1960.HARDYMENT, A. F. and WILSON, REGINALD A. “Observations on thebacteriology and epidemiology of nursery infections. I. Staphylococcalskin infections.” A. F. Hardyment, R. A. Wilson, W. Cockcrbft and BettyJohnson. Pediatrics supplement 25:907-27 May 5960.MULLINGER, MARGARET A. and YOUNG, MAURICE D. “Comparison ofarterial and arterialized blood in normal newborn infants and older children with congenital heart lesions.” M. A. Mullinger,J.A. Niblock andM. D. Young. Journal of pediatrics 56:630-4 May 1960.ROBINSON, GEOFFREY C. and DUNN, HENRY C. “Observations on ABOincompatibility between mother and infant.” By Geoffrey C. Robinsonand Henry G. Dunn with the collaboration Of L. C. Wong [and others]Acta paediatrica (supplement 120) 48:7-86 February 1960.WILSON, REGINALD A. “Endocardial fibroelastosis associated with generalized glycogenosis. Occurrence in siblings.” Reginald A. Wilson and NigelClark. Pediatrics 26:86-96 July 1960YOUNG, MAURICE D. “Congenital malformations of the heart.” Currenttherapy 12:131-5 1960.DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGYASZKANAZY DOLMAN, CLARISSE L. “Acute pancreatitis inpregnancycomplicated by renal cortical necrosis and cerebral mucormycosis.”C. L.Aszkanazy Dolman andJ.A. Herd. Canadian medical association journal8, :562-4 October, 1959.“An unusual cause of death following surgery for ventricularseptal defect.”P. G. Ashmore, C. L. Aszkanazy, and G. S. Kenning. Journalof thoracicand cardiovascular surgery 39:751-5 June 1960.FIDLER, H. K. “Evaluation of radiation response.” A. M.Agnew, H. K.Fidler and D. A. Boyes. American journal of obstetrics and gynecology79:698-9 April 1960.‘Occult invasive squamous carcinoma of the cervix.” H. K. FidlerandJ.R. Boyd. Cancer 13:764-71 July-August 1960.“A technique to increase the value of a cone biopsy from thecervix.”D. A. Boyes and H. K. Fidler. Cancer 53:634-5 May-June 1960.“Usefulness of cytologic examination of body fluids and secretions inthediagnosis of malignancy.” British Columbia medical journal 2 : 237-8April 1960.GUTMANN-AUERSPERG, NELLY “Inhibition of progress of preestabushed atherosclerosis by diethylstilbestrol in the rabbit.” P.Constantinides and N. Gutmann-Auersperg. A.M.A. archives of pathology 70:35-42 July ig6o.LEACH, WILLIAM B., VASSAR, PHILIP S., and CULLING, C. F. “Primarysystemic amyloidosis presenting as scieroderma.” Canadian medical association journal 83:263-5 August 6 1960.RAE, M. VIOLA “Bilharzial appendicitis.” M. Viola Rae and W. S. T.Jackson. Canadian medical association journal 82:1270-2 June i8 1960.SHINTANI, YURU(A K. “The nuclei of the pretectal region of the mousebrain.” Journal of comparative neurology i 53:43-60 August 1959.STURDY, j. H. “Possible association of malignant neoplasm withirondextran injection; a case report.” By C. E. G. Robinson, D. N. Bell andJ.H. Sturdy. British medical journal 5599:648-50 August 27 1960.VASSAR, PHILIP S. and CULLING, C. F. “Fluorescent stains, with specialreference to amyloid and connective tissues.” A.M.A. archives of pathology 68:487-98 November 1959.“Tetracycline fluorescence in malignant tumors and benign ulcers.” PhilipS. Vassar, A. M. Saunders and C. F. A. Culling. A.M.A. archives ofpathology 69:653-6 June 1960.4849DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGYDANIEL, EDWIN E. “Antagonism of serotonin-induced contraction andelectrical activity in the ileum.” E. E. Daniel, A.J.Honour, and A.Bogoch. Gastroenterology 39:62-73 July xg6o.“Electrical activity of the longitudinal muscle of dog small intestinestudiedin vivo using microelectrodes.” E. E. Daniel, A.J.Honour and A. Bogoch. American journal of physiology 198:113-8 January1960.“Electrical activity of the small intestine.” E. E. Daniel, D. R. Carlow,B. T. Wachter, W. H. Sutherland and A. Bogoch.Gastroenterology 37:268-8 i September 1959.“The relationship between electrical and mechanicalactivity of the smallintestine of dog and man.” E. E. Daniel, B. T. Wachter, A.J.Honour,and A. Bogoch. Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology 38:777-801 August 1960.DOWER, GORDON E. “True transmembrane potentialcurve from the surface of guinea pig ventricle: its relation to intrinsicdeflection.” GordonE. Dower and Margaret A. Geddes. American journalof physiology 198:975-80 May 1960.DRUMMOND, GEORGE I. “Comparative physiology: fuelof muscle metabolism.” George I. Drummond and EdgarC. Black. Annual review ofphysiology 22:169-90 1960.“Enzymes ketone body metabolism. I. Purification of an acetoacetatesynthesizing enzyme from ox liver.” Joseph R. Stern, George I. Drummond, MinorJ.Coon, and Alice del Campillo. Journal of biologicalchemistry 235:313-7 February 1960.“Enzymes of ketone body metabolism. II. Properties of anacetoacetatesynthesizing enzyme prepared from ox liver.” George I. DrummondandJoseph R. Stern. Journal of biological chemistry 235:318-25 February1960.FACULTY OF PHARMACYHALLIDAY, JOHN E. “A pharmacological study of gamma-thujaplicin.”American pharmaceutical association. Journal: Scientific edition 48:722-6 December 1959.SANDERS, H. 0. “Some characteristics of alpha- and beta-amylase andthe assay of their antienzymes.” By H. D. Sanders andJ. J.Stock. Canadian pharmaceutical journal 93:69-73 April 1960.DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHYREMNANT, PETER “Philosopher in the grand manner.” Canadian literature 4:83-5 Spring 1960. Review.“Why schools?” Journal of education 4:48-52 March 1960.Publication of the Faculty and College of education, University of British Columbia: Vancouver-Victoria.SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATIONECKERT, HELEN “Women and competitive basketball.” Canadian association for health, physical education and recreation. Journal 26:5-8August-September 1960.HOWELL, MAXWELL L. Laboratory syllabus for tests and measurements.Vancouver, Best-printer Co. ltd., January 1960. 35p.“Nihon ragubi shiken. (Some observations of rugby in Japan)” Rugbyfootball 9:12-5 September 1959.“Tests and measurements in Canadian schools.” Canadian association forhealth, physical education and recreation. Proceedings of the convention1959: 133-7.Held at the Jubilee auditorium, Edmonton, Alberta, June 22-6, 1959.HOWELL, MAXWELL L. and MORFORD, W. ROBERT “Circuit training forsecondary schools.” Canadian association for health, physical educationand recreation. Journal26:12-3+June-July 1960.“The trend toward fitness in physical education.” Journal of education4:98-102 March 1960.Publication of the Faculty and College of education, University of British Columbia: Vancouver-Victoria.“Words or action?” Canadian association for health, physical educationand recreation. Journal26:3+April-May 1960.HOWELL, MAXWELL L. and MULLINS, PETER M. “Generality versusspecificity in motor learning.” Canadian association for health, physicaleducation and recreation. Journal 26:26-9 December-January 1960.“Mental vs. physical practice in the learning of motor skills.” Canadianassociation for health, physical education and recreation. Journal 26:29-30 August-September 1960.MORFORD, W. ROBERT and HOWELL, MAXWELL L. “The technique ofdirect breathing in artificial respiration.” New Zealand journal of physicaleducation 21:3-9 July 1960.OSBORNE, ROBERT F. “Coordination of fitness.” Pacific Northwest district recreation conference. Proceedings i 3:59-64 1960.Held in Sun Valley, Idaho, April 10-2, 1960.“Dr. T. K. Cureton, Jr.; a report on an inspiring workshop conducted bya distinguished authority on fitness.” Canadian association for health,physical education and recreation. Journal 26:34-5 April-May 1960.50 5’“Our ‘Hypocratic’ Oath — 1960 version.” Canadian association for health,physical education and recreation. Journal 26:19-21 August-September1960.PENNEY, MARIAN “Prestige or players?” Canadian association for health,physical education and recreation. Journal 26:6-8 June-July 1960.PHILLIPS, R. j. “The Sir Winston Churchill trophy.” Canadian associafor health, physical education and recreation. Journal 26:36 December-January 1960.DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICSBLOOM, MYER “Nuclear spin relaxation in low-temperature liquids.” Irwin Oppenheim and Myer Bloom. Canadian journal of physics 37:1324-7November 1959.“Removal of oxygen from methane and the use of nuclear spin relaxationto measure oxygen concentration.” H. S. Sandhu,J.Lees, and M. Bloom.Canadian journal of chemistry 38:493-5 April 1960.BLUH, OTTO “The maladjusted curriculum.” Journal of education 4:53-62 March 1960.Publication of the Faculty and College of education, University of British Columbia: Vancouver-Victoria.BURGESS, RONALD E. “Homophase and heterophase fluctuations in semi-conducting crystals.” Faraday society. Discussions 28: 151-8 1959.“Negative resistance in semiconductor devices.” Canadian journal ofphysics 38:369-75 March 1960.Progress in semiconductors; general editor Alan F. Gibson, American editor R. E. Burgess, European editor F. A. Kroger. London, Heywood &company ltd., 1960. v.4.CURZON, FRANCIS L. “Growth of surface instabilities in a linear pincheddischarge.” By R. Latham,J. A. Nation, F. L. Curzon and A. Folkierski.Nature 186:624-5 May 211960.“Optical and electrical studies of a linear pinched discharge.” R. Latham,F. L. Curzori andJ.A. Nation. International conference on ionizationphenomena in gases, 4th, Uppsala, I 7-21 August i 959. Proceedings 4A:884-7 1960.JACOBS, JOHN A. “Continental drift.” Nature 185:231-2 January23 1960.“Temperatures within the earth’s core.” Nature 185:521-2 February 201960.COBS, JOHN A. and SINNO, KEN “Occurrence frequency of geomagnetic micropulsations, Pc.” Journal of geophysical research 65:107-13January 1960.World wide characteristics of geomagnetic micropulsations. Vancouver,University of British Columbia, April II 1960. (Geophysics laboratory.Scientific report no. 2).Prepared for Geophysics research directorate, Air force Cambridge researchcenter, Air research and development command, United States air force, Bedford, Massachusetts.AEMPFFER, F. A. “On the possible existence of a derivative coupling inquantum electrodynamics.” Canadian journal of physics 37:1339-43December 1959.VESEY, ii L. “The teaching of elementary physics.” Journal of education 4:85-9 March 1960.Publication of the Faculty and College of education, University of British Columbia: Vancouver-Victoria.ESCOTT, j. R. “Measurements of n-y coincidences in the reaction‘°B(d,ny)’1C.” By J. A. McDonell, D. G. Sargood,J.R. Moroney, andJ.R. Prescott. Australian journal of physics 13:99-115 June 1960.STALL, PETER “An approach to a theory of gravitation.” Canadianjournal of physics 38:975-82 August 1960.SSELL, R. ii “Dating galenas by means of their isotopic constitutions—II.” R. D. Russell and R. M. Farquhar. Geochimica et cosmochimicaacta 19:41-52 March 1960.Interpretations of variation in the isotope ratios of common lead.” ByR. D. Russell and F. Kollar. International geological congress, 21st, Nor-den, 1960. Report. Part I. Geochemical cycles p. 132-40.Isotopic evidence on the origin and age of the Blind River uraniumdeposits.”J.A. Mair, A. D. Maynes,J.E. Patchett and R. D. Russell.Journal of geophysical research 65:341-8 January 1960.Lead isotopes in geology. By R. D.Russell and R. M. Farquhar. NewYork, Interscience publishers inc., 1960. viii, 243 p.The mass spectrometer as ageological instrument.” In Advances in massspectrometry, ed. by J. D. Waldron.London, Pergamon press, 1959.p. 526-33.Proceedings of a Joint conference organised by the Hydrocarbon research group,Institute of petroleum, and A.S.T.M. Committee E.14and held in the Universityof London,24th-26th September 1958.Precision intercomparisons of lead isotope ratios: Broken Hill and MountIsa.” By F. Kollar, R. D.Russell and T.J.Ulrych. Nature 187:754-6August 27 1960.5253“Transistorized power supplies for a mass spectrometer.”R. D. Russelland Frank Kollar. Canadian journal of physics 38:616-23May 1960.RUSSELL, R. D. and JACOBS, JOHN A. “Gravity measurementson theSalmon Glacier and adjoining snow field, British Columbia,Canada.”By R. D. Russell,J.A. Jacobs, and F. S. Grant. Geological society ofAmerica. Bulletin i: 1223-30 August 1960.SHRUM, G. M. “Physica: hen, hodie, cras.” In Evolution:its science anddoctrine; symposium presented to the Royal society of Canadain 1959.Edited by Thomas W. M. Cameron. Toronto, Universityof Torontopress, 1960. (Its “Studia varia” series no. 4)p.2 10-9.VOLKOFF, G. M. “On cosmology.” In Evolution: its science anddoctrine;symposium presented to the Royal society of Canada in 1959.Edited byThomas W. M. Cameron. Toronto, University of Torontopress, 1960.(Its “Studia varia” series no.4) p.220-4.WHITTLES, A. B. L. “Voltage coefficient of Victoreen high-megresistors.”Review of scientific instruments 31:208-9 February 1960.DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGYBLACK, EDGAR C. “Alterations in glycogen, glucose and lactate inrainbowand Kamloops trout, Salmo gairdneri, following muscularactivity.”Edgar C. Black, Anne C. Robertson, Arthur R. Hanslip and Wing-GayChiu. Fisheries research board of Canada. Journal 17:487-500 July1960.“Comparative physiology: fuel of muscle metabolism.” By George I.Drummond and Edgar C. Black. Annual review of physiology 22:169-901960.“Pyruvate metabolism in Kamloops trout, Salmo gairdneri, following exercise.” E. C. Black, Kwok-Cheung Lam and Wing-Gay Chiu. Canadianfederation of biological societies. Proceedings 3:14-5 1960.Abstract.COPP, ii HAROLD “Effect of parathyroidectomy on calciumuptake by ratfemur and incisors.” Alice P. Suiker and D. Harold Copp. Physiologist3:157 August 1960.“Effects of severe phosphorus deficiency on calcium metabolism.”A. P.Suiker and D. H. Coop. Canadian federation of biological societies.Proceedings 3:55 1960. Abstract.“Parathyroids and horneostasis of blood calcium.” In Bone as a tissue, ed.by K. Rodahi,J.T. Nicholson, and E. M. Brown. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1960.p. 289-99.“Renal excretion of calcium in man: estimation of Tm-Ca.” By D.HaroldCopp, G. Duncan McPherson and Hamish W. McIntosh.MetabolLlm9:680-5 July 1960.CRAMER, C. F. “Movement of radiostrontiumthrough intestinal tract offed or fasted rats.” Society for experimentalbiology and medicine. Proceedings 102:511-2 November 1959.CRAMER, C. F. and COPP, D. HAROLD “Progress and rateof absorptionof radiostrontium through intestinaltracts of rats.” Society for experimental biology and medicine. Proceedings 102:514-7November 1959.McLENNAN, HUGH “The apparent extracellular spaceof mammalianskeletal muscle; a comparison of the inulin space in normal anddystrophicmouse tissues.” L. H. Burr and H. McLennan. Canadianjournal of biochemistry and physiology 38:829-35 August 1960.“The effects of y-aminobutyric acid and other compounds on structuresofthe mammalian nervous system which areinhibited by Factor I.” ByA.J.Honour and H. McLennan. Journal of physiology150:306-18February 1960.“Evidence for the presence of guanidine derivativesin brain extracts whichinhibit the crayfish stretch receptor neuron.” In Inhibitionsof the nervous system and y-aminobutyric acid. Oxford, Pergamonpress, 1960.p. 413-5.“The fractionation and purification of Factor I.” Journalof physiology151 :31-9 April 1960.“Some observations on tick paralysis inmarmots.” By Patricia Emmonsand H. McLennan. Journal of experimental biology 37:355-62June1960.DIVISION OF PLANT SCIENCEBRINK, v. c. “The estrogen-like substances in certain legumesand grasses.II. The effect of stage of maturity and frequency ofcutting on the estrogenic activity of some forages.” W. D.Kitts, E. Swierstra, V. C. Brinkand A.J.Wood. Canadian journal of animalscience 39: 158-63 December 1959.“Note on the effect ofgibberellin on red clover.” V. C. Brink, W. D. Kitts,and R. W. Hogg. Canadianjournal of plant science 40:586 July 1960.“Recent advances in plant science.”Continuing agricultural educationseminar. Proceedings I :34-51960.Theme i 960: Farmmanagement.University of British Columbia,Department of university extension, May 30-June3,196o.“Soil adaptations of turfgrasses.” British Columbia turf conference. Proceedings 3:33-8 May 1960.MACLEAN, NEIL A.“Recent advances in plant disease control.” Continuing agricultural educationseminar. Proceedings I :43-8 1960.Theme 196o: Farm management.University of British Columbia,Department of university extension, May oJune3,1960.5455“Soil condition and turf disease.” British Columbia turf conference. Proceedings 3:28-32 May 1960.NEILL, j. w. “Street trees — a systematic approach to their selection.”Arborist’s news 24:73-80 October 1959.RENNEY, A. j. “The movement of herbicides in plant tissues.” Continuing agricultural education seminar. Proceedings I : 36-40 1960.Theme ig6o: Farm management.University of British Columbia, Department of university extension, May 30-June3,5960.DEPARTMENT OF POULTRY SCIENCEBIELY, JACOB “The chick in nutritional research.” World’s poultryscience journal i6: 110-25 April-June 1960.“The effect of dietary marine fish oils on the serum cholesterol levels inhypercholesterolemic chickens.”J.D. Wood and Jacob Biely. Canadianjournal of biochemistry and physiology 38: 19-24 January 1960.“Everton Alexander Lloyd; the prof.” U.B.C. alumni chronicle I4 12-4Summer j 960.“Professor E. A. Lloyd: a man ‘of many parts’.” Canada’s who’s who ofthe poultry industry 1959:42-50.“Reflections on poultry nutrition.” Canadian feed manufacturers’ association. Proceedings of the Jasper convention196o:KI-K22.Symposium: Progress in poultry and animal nutrition.“A substance in lingcod liver oil which prevents hypercholesterolaemia incholesterol-fed chickens.”J.D. Wood and Jacob Biely. Nature 185:473-4February 13 1960.BIELY, JACOB and MARCH, B. E. “Genetic and nutritional effects on theincidence of the avian leucosis complex.”J.Biely and B. E. March.Poultry science 38:1 103-9 September 1959.BRAY, DAVID FREDERICK “Sexual maturity and the measurement of eggproduction.” D. F. Bray, S. C. King and V. L. Anderson. Poultry science39:590-601 May 1960.MARCH, B. B. and BIELY, JACOB “Dietary modification of serum cholesterol in the chick.” B. E. March and Jacob Biely with the technicalassistance ofJ.Tothill and S. A. Haqq. Journal of nutrition 69: 105-10October 1959.“Emulsified oil as a liquid feed supplement for poultry.” Poultry science39:279-81 March 1960.“The use of condensed herring solubles in turkey poult rations.” B. E.March, Jacob Biely, H. L. A. Tarr and R. A. MacLeod. Fisheries research board of Canada. Progress reports of the Pacific Coast stations113:3-5 September 1959.DEPARTMENT OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINELARSEN, ANTHONY A. “Venereal disease facilitation in Vancouver, BritishColumbia.” Anthony A. Larsen and WarrenJ.Cunningham. Canadianjournal of public health 51 :49-56 February 1960.MATHER, JAMES M. “Health needs of older people.” British Columbiamedical journal 2:300-5 May 1960.“The role of the university in the education of public health workers.”Canadian journal of public health 50:504-9 December 5959.NELSON, A. JOHN Studies in the applied epidemiology of tuberculosis inBritish Columbia; the report of a research group, Faculty of medicine,University of British Columbia. Vancouver, British Columbia tuberculosissociety, 1960. 69 p.,3appendices.DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRYMcNAIR, F. B. “Milieu therapy.” Canadian journal of occupationaltherapy 26:93-8 September 5959.MARGETTS, EDWARD L. “Acute idiopathic porphyria: abdominal pain,convulsions and agitated depression.” East African medical journal 36:66-6o December 1959.Correspondence. East African medical journal 37:572-3 August 1960.An addition to his article “The future for psychiatry in East Africa” in theJune issue of the same journal.“The future for psychiatry in East Africa.” East African medical journal37:448-56 June 1960.“‘Ganser syndrome’ in a native African criminal.” East African medicaljournal 37:32-6 January 1960.“Sub-incision of the urethra in the Samburu of Kenya.” East African medical journal 37: 105-8 February 1960.TYHURST, JAMES S. The therapeutic use of d. Lysergic acid diethylamide(LSD-25). Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Department ofpsychiatry, December 1959.4i p. Mimeographed.DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGYKENNY, DOUGLAS T. “Postremity in human maze learning.” R.J.Koppenaal and D. T. Kenny. Canadian journal of psychology i: 12 1-30June 1960.57DEPARTMENT OF ROMANCE STUDIES“Une nouvelle revue: Liberté9.”Canadian literature 2:91-4 AutumnANDISON,j. . Stylistiquecomparée du francais et de l’anglais. Méthode ‘959.de traduction. By J.-P. Vinay andJ.Darbelnet. (Bibliothèque de stylis- “The theme of exile.” Yale French studies 25:33-40 Spring 1960.tique comparée, sous la direction de A. Malbianc, I) Paris: Didier;London: Harrap. ig8. 331 p. French studies 14:89-90 January 1960.Review.DEPARTMENT OF SLAVONIC STUDIESBRYNER, CYRIL Khrushchev’s decentralization and party policy. FarBREARLEY, KATHERINE T., PRIMEAU, MARGUERITE A., JEFFELS, RONALD Western Slavic conference, Los Angeles, California, April i 960. II p.R. Contes et scenarios. New York, Henry Holt and company, 1960. 193, Mimeographed.lip.PECH, STANLEY Z. “A Marxist interpretation of the Hussite movement.”GREGG, ROBERT j. French pronunciation and diction, by Jean C. Batt.Canadian Slavonic papers : 199-212 1959.London, Macmillan & co., ltd., 1958. Xviii — 146p.Canadian linguisticassociation. Journal 6:69-7, Spring z 960. Review.RUKALSKI, ZYGMUNT “Maupassant’s and Chekhov’s views on spiritual“Notes on the phonology of a County Antrim Scotch-Irish dialect. Part II:freedom in relation to creative writing.” Slavic and East-European studiesHistorical phonology (I).” Orbis; bulletin international de documenta-595-7 Spring-Summer 1960.tion linguistique 8:400-24 December 1959.ST. CLAIR-SOBELL, JAMES Notes on Russian grammar. Vancouver,HARDEN, A. ROBERT “The ‘ubi sunt’ theme in three Anglo-Norman saints’University of British Columbia, Department of university extension, 1960.lives.” Romance notes 1:63-4 November 1959.II p.ST. CLAIR-SOBELL, JAMES and CARLSEN, IRINA M. “The structure ofLIVERMORE, HAROLD V. A history of Spain. New York, Grove press,Russian surnames.” Canadian Slavonic papers 4:42-60 1959.inc., 1960. 478p.(Evergreen encyclopedia v.6).English edition listed 1959.Latin America; an introduction to the basic books in English concerningSCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORKthe countries of Latin America. London, The Hispanic & Luso-Braziliancouncils, 1960. V, 30.CUNLIFFE, MURIEL A. Casework and administration: a pattern for thefuture. London, Association of general and family caseworkers, May1960.PRIMEAU, MARGUERITE A. “Gratien Gélinas et le théâtre populaire auAddress given to the Association at Dundee, July 1959.Canada francais.” Canadian literature 4:31-9 Spring 1960.“Family casework.” Social work 17:6-12 January 1960.A report of the review of the Family welfare association (London). LonTOUGAS, GERARD Histoire de la littérature canadienne-francaise. Paris,don, Family welfare association, 1960. 89p.Presses universitaires de France, 1960. 286 p.WEINBERG, KURT “Cocteau, Jean.” In Lexikon der Weltliteratur imDEPARTMENT OF SOIL SCIENCE20. Jahrhundert I :362-6 1960. BASARABA, JOSEPH “Nitrification in agricultural soils.” Continuing agri“Gourmont, Rémy de.” In Lexikon der Weitliteratur im 20. Jahrhundertcultural education seminar. Proceedings i :27-33 1960.1:794-5 1960.Theme 1960: Farm management.University of British Columbia, Department of university extension, May 30-“Huysmans, Joris-Karl (Charles-Marie-Georges) .“ In Lexikon der Welt- June3,1960.literatur im 20. Jahrhundert 1:954-6 1960.“Transformation of soil nitrogen.” British Columbia turf conference. Pro“Jacob, (Cyprien-) Max.” In Lexikon der Weitliteratur im 20. Jahr-ceedings 3:39-45 May 1960.hundert 1:1017-9 1960.“Jarry, Alfred.” In Lexikon der Weitliteratur im 20. Jahrhundert i: 1038- CLARK,j. s.“Phosphate relationships in soils.” British Columbia turf40 1960. conference. Proceedings 3:46-51 May i 960.5859“Recent developments in soil chemistry.” Continuing agricultural education seminar. Proceedings i : 19-26 1960.Theme 1960: Farm management.University of British Columbia, Department of university extension, May 30-June3,5960.LAIRD, 11 G. “Soil preparation and management for good turf.” BritishColumbia turf conference. Proceedings : 17-27 May 1960.ROWLES, C. A. “Soil and soil type — defined.” British Columbia turf conference. Proceedings 3:1-16 May 1960.“Soils of the Cordilleran region.” By L. Farstad and C. A. Rowles. Agricultural institute review15:33-6+March-April 1960.“Some recent developments in soil science (concepts of soil and soil water) .“Continuing agricultural education seminar. Proceedings i : 1-18 1960.Theme 5960: Farm management.University of British Columbia, Department of university extension, May 30-June3,1960.“What are the problems concerning soil acidity and liming in westernCanada?” National soil fertility committee. Report 1960:84-9.Meeting at Ontario agricultural college, Guelph, February 22-4, 1960.DEPARTMENT OF SURGERYALLEN, PETER and ROBERTSON, ROSS “Open heart surgical correctionof lesions of the mitral valve.” Canadian medical association journal 83:189-92 July 30 1960.ASHMORE, p o. “Infection following splenectomy in infants and children.” A. D. Forward and P. G. Ashmore. Canadian journal of surgery3:229-32 April 1960.“An unusual cause of death following surgery for ventricular septal defect.”P. G. Ashmore, C. L. Aszkanazy and G. S. Kenning. Journal of thoracicand cardiovascular surgery 39:751-5 June 1960.AUSTIN, w. E. “Rectal prolapse.” British Columbia medical journal :154-6 March xg6o.CARROLL, JOHN j. “Anaesthesia for obstetrical manoeuvres and operations.” Canadian medical association journal 82:184-7 January 23 1960.COWAN, ROBERT j., BALFOUR, JOHN A., and WILLIAMS, LESLIE R.“Urethroplasties for strictures.” T. F. Wilkie, R.J.Cowan,J.Balfourand L. R. Williams. British journal of urology 32:16-25 March 1960.ELLIOTT, JOHN A. “The value of physical signs in the diagnosis of venousthrombosis.”J.A. Elliott and H. Rocke Robertson. British Columbiamedical journal 2:501-2 August 1960.ELLIOTT, JOHN A., McKENZIE, ALLAN D. and CHUNG, WALLACE B.“Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm.” Surgery 46:605-17 September1959.JACKSON, PAUL P. “Ischemic necrosis of the proximal gastric remnantfollowing subtotal gastrectomy.” Annals of surgery 150:1071-4 December‘959.“Minor surgery in general practice.” British Columbia medical journal :18-21 January 1960.JOHNSTONE, F. R. c. “Dry ice refrigeration of gangrenous limbs.” Canadian journal of surgery 3:238-42 April 1960.McKENZIE, ALLAN ii “Abdominal aortic aneurysms — intact and ruptured.” American journal of surgery ,00: 176-82 August 1960.“Strangulation of the appendix epiploica: a series of ii cases.” P. L.McGeer and A. D. McKenzie. Canadian journal of surgery 3:252-8April 1960.MORTON, KEN S. “A review of the literature on burns and trauma October 1958 to September 1959.” Medical services journal 16:63-90 February 1960.“Traumatic dislocation of the hip: a follow-up study.” Canadian journalof surgery 3:67-74 October 1959.“Traumatic dislocation of the hip in children.” British journal of surgery47:233-7 November 1959.SCHULTZ, . H. “Resuscitating devices available to the layman.” D. R.Collins and M. H. Shultz. British Columbia medical journal 2 14-7January 1960.Presented at the Western divisions’ meeting, Canadian anaesthetists’ society,Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, March 20, 1959.SIMPSON, DEREK G. “Alpha-chymotrypsin in cataract surgery.” Canadianmedical association journal 82:771-2 April 9 1960.“Glaucomatocyclitic crises.” American journal of ophthalmology 5o:163-5July 1960.SUTHERLAND, W. H. “Electrical activity of the small intestine.” E. E.Daniel, D. R. Carlow, B. T. Wachter, W. H. Sutherland, and A. Bogoch.Gastroenterology 37:268-8, September 1959.6o 6iTHOMSON, FRANK B. “Follow-up study of 500 patients with chronic duodenal ulcer admitted to a veterans hospital.” Surgery, gynecology &obstetrics i 10:51-4 January 1960.TURNBULL, FRANK A. “A basis for decision about cordotomy in cases ofpelvic carcinoma.” Journal of neurosurgery 16:595-9 November 1959.“Cooperation between the surgical specialties.” British Columbia medicaljournal 1:811-3 November 1959.“The nature of pain in the late stages of cancer.” Surgery, gynecology &obstetrics 110:665-8 June 1960.DEPARTMENT OF UNIVERSITY EXTENSIONFRIESEN, JOHN K. The scope of activities proper to a university department of extension. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Department of university extension, February 1960. 5 p. (Occasional papers onadult education no. 6).ROBERTS, j. GRAYDON “Library projected programmes in British Columbia.” British Columbia library quarterly 23:3-7 April 1960.THOMAS, ALAN H. Audience, market and public; an evaluation of Canadian broadcasting. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Department of university extension, April 1960. 24 p. (Occasional papers onadult education no.7).“Extending extension.” Spectator; bulletin of the National university extension association 25:3-4 December 959-January 1960.“The making of a professional.” Food for thought 20:4-Il September-October 1959.“The new world of Marshall McLuhan.” Varsity graduate 8:16-8+September 1959.“The public library and adult education in British Columbia.” BritishColumbia library quarterly 23:3-8 October 1959.THOMAS. ALAN M., FRIESEN, JOHN K., SELMAN, GORDON R., and CURTIS, BERT Concerning adult and formal education; a brief to the Royalcommission on education, British Columbia, 1959. [By a committee ofthe Department of university extension] Vancouver, University of BritishColumbia, Department of university extension, 1959. 57p.DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY(INCLUDING THE INSTITUTE OF FISHERIES)ALl, M. A. “The ocular structure, retinomotor and photo-behavioral responses of juvenile Pacific salmon.” Canadian journal of zoology 37:965-96 December 1959.BAGGERMAN, BERTHA “Salinity preference, thyroid activity and the seaward migration of four species of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus) .“Fisheries research board of Canada. Journal 17:295-322 May 1960.BEACH, ALAN WINSTON “Seasonal changes in the cytology of the ovaryand of the pituitary gland of the goldfish.” Canadian journal of zoology37:615-25 October 1959.BRIGGS, JOHN C. Two new freshwater clingfishes of the genus “Gobiesox”from southern Mexico. By John C. Briggs and Robert Rush Miller. AnnArbor, University of Michigan, February I51960. (Occasional papers ofthe Museum of zoology no. 6i6).CLEMENS, W. A. “Some problems in the behavior of Pacific salmon in theocean.” Biology colloquium 20:30-5 1959.Marine biology, the proceedings of the Twentieth annual biology colloquium,Oregon state college, April 5959.COWAN, IAN MCT. “Conservation in Canada 1953-1957.” Pacific sciencecongress, gth, Bangkok, 1957. Proceedings : 13-4 1959.“The interpretation of the protein level in the ruminal contentsof deer.”A.J.Wood, W. D. Kitts and I. McT. Cowan. California fish and game46:227-9 April 1960.The mammals of British Columbia. 2nd ed. By Ian McTaggart Cowanand CharlesJ.Guiguet. Victoria, B.C., Queen’s printer, 1960. 413p.(British Columbia provincial museum with the co-operation of Department of recreation and conservation. Handbook no. r“Sundry thoughts on fishing efficiency; how far can we go?” Westernfisheries59:17-8+January 1960.DRAKE, ROBERTj. “Nonmarine molluscan remains from recent sedimentsin Matty Canyon, Pima County, Arizona.” Southern California academyof sciences. Bulletin 58:146-54 September-December 1959.FORD, PETER “Darwin in retrospect.” In Science & religion. Vancouver,Unitarian church, November 1959. p. i-6.“Studies on the development of the kidney of the Pacific pinksalmon(Oncorhynchus gorbuscha (Walbaum)). III. The development of themesonephros with particular reference to the mesonephrictubule.”J.D.Newstead and Peter Ford. Canadian journal of zoology 38:1-7February1960.HICKMAN, CLEVELAND P. “The osmoregulatory role of thethyroid glandin the starry flounder, Platichthys stellatus.” Canadian journalof zoology37:997-1060 December 1959.62 63HOLMES, w. NEIL “Adrenocorticosteroidsin salmon plasma (Oncorhynchus nerka).“ J.G. Phillips, W. N. Holmes andPhilip K. Bondy. Endocrinology 65:811-8 November 1959.“Effect of various hormones on the kidney respirationrates in the cutthroattrout (Salmo clarki clarki).” Acta endocrinologica33:428-36 March1960.“Studies of the respiration rate of excretorytissues in the cutthroat trout(Salmo clarki clarki). I. Variations with body weight.” W.N. Holmesand GaeI H. Stott. Physiological zoOlogy 33:9-14 January1960.“Studies of the respiration rates of excretory tissues in thecutthroat trout(Salmo clarki clarki). II. Effect of transfer to sea water.” W. N.Holmesand Gael H. Stott. Physiological zoOlogy 33:15-20 January 1960.HOUSTON, ARTHUR H, “Osmoregulatory adaptation ofsteelhead trout(Salmo gairdneri richardson) to sea water.” Canadianjournal of zoology37:729-48 October 1959.LARKIN, PETER A. “Artificial spawning is not theanswer.” B. C. H. Clayand P. A. Larkin. U.B.C. alumni chronicle i: 14-6 Autumn 1959.“The effects on fresh water fisheries of man-made activitiesin BritishColumbia.” By P. A. Larkin and graduate students. Canadianfish culturist 25:27-59 October 1959.Presented at a symposium on “The effects on fisheries of man-madechanges infresh waters,” held during the eleventh meeting of the Canadiancommitteeon fresh water fisheries research, sponsored by theFisheries research board ofCanada in association with the annual meeting ofthe board, January 3, 1958.“Progress in conservation.” British Columbia natural resources conference.Transactions 12:89-93 1959.Held at Harrison Hot Springs, B.C., November s8, 19, 20, 1959.Address, Joint luncheon of Associated boards of trade of the FraserValley andLower Mainland, and Resources conference delegates, November 19,1959.LINDSEY, c. c. “Fisheries and wildlife in the North.” BritishColumbianatural resources conference. Transactions i 2:40-6 1959.Held at Harrison Hot Springs, B.C., November i8, 19, 20, 1959.A list of common and scientific names of fishes from the UnitedStatesand Canada. 2nd ed. Reeve M. Bailey, Chairman, ErnestA. Lachner,C. C. Lindsey and others. Ann Arbor, Michigan,American fisheriessociety, 1960. 102p.(Special publication no. 2).Report of the Committee on names of fishes, presented at the 89thannual meeting, Clearwater, Florida, September i6-8,‘959.Rainbow trout in Mexico and California with noteson the cutthroatseries. By Paul R. Needham and Richard Gard. Univ. Cal.Pub. Zool.,1959. v. 67, no. i. 124 p., 8 plates, 40 figures, 3 maps.Copeia 2:160-2June 1960. Review.LINDSEY, c. c., NORTHCOTE, T. o. and HARTMAN, G. F.“Homingof rainbow trout to inlet and outlet spawning streamsat Loon Lake,64British Columbia.” Fisheries research board of Canada. Journal 16: 695-719 November 1959.McPHAIL, j. 13. Annotated bibliography on Arctic North American freshwater fishes. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Institute offisheries, June 1960. (Museum contribution no. 6).PARKER, ROBERT R. and LARKIN, PETER A. “A concept of growth infishes.” Fisheries research board of Canada. Journal 16:721-45 November 1959.PRAKASH, A. “Differential susceptibility of histochernical localization ofalkaline phosphatase activity to pH changes and inhibitor concentrations.”Academy of science. Proceedings 3:9 February i 960. Abstract.“Some observations on the distribution and pH dependence of the intestinalalkaline phosphatase of steelhead trout (Salmo gairdnerii gairdnerii) .“Canadian journal of zoology 38:228-9 February 1960.RICKER, KARL E. Fishes collected from the Revillagigedo Islands duringthe 1954-1958 cruises of the ‘Marijean’.” Vancouver, University ofBritish Columbia, Institute of fisheries, September 1959. 10p.(Museumcontribution no.4).“The origin of two glacial relict crustaceans in North America, as relatedto pleistocene glaciation.” Canadian journal of zoology 37:871-93 December 1959.SCUDDER, GEOFFREY G. E. “Entomology in the University of BritishColumbia.” Entomology newsletter 38:1-2 May 2 ig6o.“The female genitalia of the Heteroptera: morphology and bearing onclassification.” Royal entomological society of London. Transactions111:405-67 December31 1959.“A new species of Heterogastrinae from north-west Africa (Hemiptera:Lygaeidae) .“ Royal entomological society of London. ProceedingsB28(7-8) :115-7 September 1959.SPENCER, o. j. “Notes on a ground beetle eating a new-born field mouse.”Entomological society of British Columbia. Proceedings 56: 15 November1959.“On mounting lice by the Ris Lambers method for aphids.” Entomologicalsociety of British Columbia. Proceedings 56:53 November 1959.“Outbreaks of granary weevils in homes.” Entomological society of BritishColumbia. Proceedings 56:63-4 November 1959.“A solpugid in British Columbia.” Entomological society of British Columbia. Proceedings 56:32 November 1959.6“Three insects new to Vancouver.” Entomological societyof BritishColumbia. Proceedings 56:72 November 1959.“Two unusual breeding places of Ptinus tectus Boield.Ocellus Brown, thebrown spider beetle.” Entomological society of British Columbia.Proceedings 56:45 NovemberTARR, H. L. A. “Antibiotics as a preservative measure.”Canadian foodindustries3’:39-43 April 1960.Presented before the National conference, Canadian instituteof food technology,June 1959.“Biochemical changes in fish during maturation.” Biologycolloquium o:36-50 1959.Marine biology, the proceedings of the Twentieth annual biologycolloquium,Oregon state college, April 1959.“Data concerning production, values, imports andexports, composition,nutritive values and uses of Pacific Ocean marine products.”In Technical papers of the first Pacific rim food conference. Honolulu,Institute offood technologists, Hawaiian section, i 960. p. 140-60.“The effects of commercial processing on the nutrientcomposition of meat,poultry, and fish products. C. Effects of processingon fish products.” InNutritional evaluation of food processing, ed. by Robert S.Harris andHarry von Loesecke. New York, John Wiley & sons, inc.,ig6o. p. 283-304.“Effects of commercial storage on the nutrient content ofprocessed foods.B2. Fishery products.” In Nutritional evaluation of food processing,ed.by Robert S. Harris and Harry von Loesecke. New York,John Wiley &Sons, inc., 1960.p.38 1-90.“The enzyme 5 -phosphorylribose pyrophosphokinase infish muscle.”Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology 38:683-91July 1960.“Keeping quality of Pacific coast dogfish.” R. H. Moyer, B. A.Southcott,E. G. Baker and H. L. A. Tarr. Fisheries research board ofCanada.Journal 16:791-4 December 1959.“The use of condensed herring solubles in turkey poultrations.” B. E.March, Jacob Biely, H. L. A. Tan and R. A. MacLeod.Fisheries research board of Canada. Progress reports of the PacificCoast stations113:3-5 September 1959.UDVARDY, MIKL0s n. r. “Distributional geography of the NorthAmerican bird fauna.” American philosophical society. Year book1959:262-3.The faunal connections between Europe and North America. ByCarl H.Linroth. New York, John Wiley & sons, inc. andStockholm, Almquist &Wicksell, 1957. 346p.Journal of wildlife management 23:465-6 October 1959. Review.“Faunisztikai kiegészitések a hortobâgy madârvilâgâhoz.(Supplement tothe bird fauna of the Hortobágy) .“ Aquila 66:217-23 1959.Russian and English abstracts.“North Atlantic biogeography for the biogeographer.” Ecology 40: 749-50October 1959.“Notes on the ecological concepts of habitat, biotope and niche.” Ecology40:725-8 October 1959.WILIMOVSKY, NORMAN j. On the classification and origin of the familyCottidae. By Anatoly Yakovlevich Taranets. Translated by NormanJ.Wilimovsky and Elizabeth Lanz. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Institute of fisheries, November 1959. 28 p. (Museum contributionno.5).EDITORS-IN-CHIEFde BRUYN, JAN, editor Prism; a magazine of contemporary writing.Editor: Member of Department of English, University of British Columbia.DIVINSKY, N. j. and MACSKASY, ELOD, editors Canadian chess chat;official publication of the Chess federation of Canada.Editorial office: Department of mathematics, University of British Columbia.DRAKE, ROBERTj.,editor Molluscs in archaeology & the Recent.Editorial office: Department of zoology, University of British Columbia.GROVES, G. A., editor The bulletin of the Canadian conference of pharmaceutical faculties.Editorial office: Faculty of pharmacy, University of British Columbia.JAMES, R. D., editor The American mathematical monthly; the officialjournal of the Mathematical association of America.Editorial office: Department of mathematics, University of British Columbia.MOIR,j.GLEN, editor IPSF news bulletin; official organ of the International pharmaceutical students’ federation.Editorial office: Faculty of pharmacy, University of British Columbia.ST. CLAIR-SOBELL, JAMES, chairman of editorial committee CanadianSlavonic papers.Editorial office: Department of Slavonic studies, University of British Columbia.SMITH, j. HARRY 0., editor The forestry chronicle.Official organ of professional foresters in Canada.Editorial office: Faculty of forestry, University of British Columbia.STEIN, JANET R., editor Phycological newsletter of the Phycological societyof America.Editorial office: Department of biology and botany, University of BritishColumbia.66 67TURNER, G. o., editor British Columbia library quarterly.Editor: Member of Library staff, University of British Columbia.INDEXWOODCOCK, GEORGE, editor Canadian literature; a quarterly of criticismand review.Editorial office: Department of English, University of British Columbia.Agnew, Alec M., 47Aird, David C., 22rAllen, G. S., 31Allen, Peter, 60Ali, M. A., 62Anderson, W.J.,23Andison,J.G., 58Andrew, Geoffrey C., 7Armstrong, W. M., 45Ashmore, P. G., 60Aszkanazy Dolman, Clarisse L., 49Auckland, N. L., 42Austin, W. E., 60Baggerman, Bertha, 63Bagnall, Arthur W., 42Baird, M. M., 43Baker, R.J.,26Balfour, John A., 60Bartlett, N., 14Bary, Brian McK., 47Basaraba, Joseph, 59Batts, Michael S., 34Beach, Alan Winston, 63Beedle, Arthur, 22Beer, Charles T., 12Bell, Inglis F., 36Benedicty, Mario, 38Berry,J.C., 9Biely, Jacob, 56-7Bier, John E., 12Binning, B. C., 31Birney, Earle, 26-7Black, Edgar C., 54Blishen, Bernard R., 10Bloom, Myer, 52Blüh, Otto, 52Bogoch, A., 42-3, 44Bohn, Erik V., 26Bonnett, R. A., 14Booth, Michael R., 27Borden, Charles E., 10Boston, Ralph E., 41-2Bourne, Charles B., 35-6Bowers, F. K., 26Boyd, John R., 47Boyd, R. Wallace, 43Boyes, David A., 47Boyles, Sadie M., 24Bray, David Frederick, 56Brearley, Katherine T., 58Briggs, John C., 63Brink, V. C., 55Broome, E. B., 24Bryce, W. A., 14, 20Bryner, Cyril, 59Burgess, Ronald E., 52Butler, James N,, 14Cameron, ChristinaJ.,46Campbell,J. J.R., 9Carlsen, Irma M., 59Carroll, JohnJ.,60Cavers, S. D., 14Chambers, R. 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