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PUBLICATIONSof theFaculty and StaffSEPTEMBER 1, 1961TO AUGUST 31, 1962THE UNWERSITY OF BRITISHCOLUMBIAVANCOUVER, DECEMBER 1962a:____PUBLICATIONSof theFaculty and StaffSEPTEMBER 1, 1961TO AUGUST 31, 1962THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISHCOLUMBIAVANCOUVER, DECEMBER 1962F•VDESIGNED AND PRINTED BY THE MORRISS PRINTING COMPANY LTD., VICTORIANUMBER I72024404755597’8490‘55162167‘74‘751761922012432513,7321334350361369389392398404Administration3 Departmentof Agricultural MechanicsDepartment of AnatomyDivision of Animal ScienceDepartment of Anthropology andSociologySchool of ArchitectureDepartment of Asian StudiesDepartment of Bacteriology andImmunologyDepartment of BiochemistryDepartment of Biology and BotanyDepartment of ChemicalEngineeringDepartment of ChemistryDepartment of Civil EngineeringDepartment of ClassicsFaculty of Commerce and BusinessAdministrationDepartment of Continuing MedicalEducationCounselling, Placement, Staff Personnel,Veterans’ ServicesInstitute of Earth SciencesDepartment of Economics and PoliticalScienceCollege of EducationDepartment of ElectricalEngineeringDepartment of EnglishDepartment of Fine ArtsFaculty of ForestryDepartment of GeographyDepartment of GeologyDepartment of GermanDepartment of History and InternationalStudiesDepartment of the History of MedicineandScienceFaculty of LawSchool of LibrarianshipLibraryCONTENTSPrefaceCONTENTSNUMBER 418436443453459Department of MathematicsDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringDepartment of MedicineDepartment of MetallurgyDepartment of Mining and GeologicalEngineering460 Department of Music461 Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology466 Institute of Oceanography482 Department of Paediatrics497Department of Pathology513 Department of Pharmacology519 Faculty of Pharmacy520 Department of Philosophy524 School of Physical Education and Recreation528 Department of Physics562 Department of Physiology575Division of Plant Science577 Department of Poultry Science579 Department of Preventive Medicine584 Department of Psychiatry598 Department of Psychology599 Department of Romance Studies604 Department of Slavonic Studies615 School of Social Work619 Department of Soil Science624 Department of Surgery647 Department of University Extension648 Department of Zoology(including the Institute of Fisheries)685 Editors-in-ChiefIndexTHE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA PUBLICATIONSBIBLIOGRAPHY SERIES NO. 13PrefaceThis list, which is published under the general auspices ofthe PublicationsCommittee, is an attempt to indicate the activities ofthe faculty and staffthrough their published work.For the first time the total number of entries is smaller thanthat of thepreceding year because of the early deadline. We hope topick up the itemswhich were received too late for this list in the next issue.To all the faculty members who sent in promptly, books,journals, orreprints (with complete bibliographical details supplied wherenecessary),my most grateful thanks. This courtesy saved us hours of time.Once again I wish to express my appreciationof the work of Mrs.Margaret Fukuyama who typed the list within theallotted time despitedifficulties.October 17, 1962ANNE M. SMITH, Compiler and Editor.5PUBLICATIONS OF THEFACULTY AND STAFFSEPTEMBER I, 1961 — AUGUST 31, 1962ADMINISTRATIONJEFFELS, RONALD R. “A fall of birds.”Maclean’s74:21+No- ivember4 196i.MACKENZIE, NORMAN A. M. The autobiographyof James T. Shot- 2well. New York, Bobbs-Merrill; Toronto,McClelland & Stewart,1961.347p.International journal i7: 165-7 Spring 1962.Review.DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL MECHANICSSTALEY, L. M. “Recent developments in potato sprayerresearch,”3by T. A. Windt and L. M. Staley. Canadianagricultural engineering4:36-8+January 1962.WATSON, E. L. “Convert poultrymanure to liquid; new method.”4Country life in British Columbia 48:20-I July 1962.“New B.C. Institute of technology.”Canadian food industries 33:538-40 March 1962.“Variations in heat treatment of individual product particlesin plate 6heat exchangers.” W. L. Dunkley, E. L. Watson, andA. A.McKillop. Food technology 15:400-3 September 1961.DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMYCONSTANTINIDES, pis “Advanced atherosclerosis of thehuman7type in the rabbit.” International symposium on drugsaffectinglipid metabolism, Milan, June 1960. Proceedings i :277-87 [19611Title of proceedings: Drugs affecting lipid metabolism. -“Estriol and prednisolone in rabbit atherosclerosis.” P. Constantinides, N. Gutmann-Auersperg, D. Hospes, and K. Williams.Archives of pathology 73:277-80 April 1962.“Production of experimental atherosclerosis inanimals.” Journalof atherosclerosis research i :374-85 December 1961.FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. “Measurement of sodium andpotassium i oby glass electrodes.” Methods of biochemical analysis 10:71-1061962. -“Sodium and potassium shifts associated with peripheralresistance i ichanges in the dog.” By James D. Jamiesonand Sydney M. Friedman. Circulation research 9:996-1004 September 1961.7/‘-4.-.,—,‘89“Sodium and tension in an artery segment.” By Sydney M. Friedman 12and D. Bruce Allardyce. Circulation research II :84-9 July 1962.FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. and CONSTANCE L. “The relation of saltand water homeostasis to blood pressure with some reference to ageing.” Czechoslovak academy of sciences. Symposium on thedevelopment of homeostasis with special reference to factors of theenvironmert, Pragu; 1960. [Papers] 1961.p.123-31.“Sodium and potassium exchanges and peripheral vascular resist- 14ance.” American journal of cardiology 8:564-70 October 1961.FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. and NAKASHIMA, MIYOsHI “Single 15sample analysis with the sodium electrode.” Analytical biochemistry2:568-75 December 1961.SCHERRER, HARALD F. “Hypothalamic influences on electricalactivity in the renal nerve of the rat.” Acta neurovegetativa 23:499-522 März 1962.“Nature of the post-excitatory inhibition of sympathetic discharge.”Canadian federation of biological societies. Proceedings 5:72-31962.SRETER, FRANK A. “Relation of ionic distribution to work perform- i8ance in young and old rats.” Federation proceedings 21 :317 March-April1962.WEBBER, WILLIAM A. “Interactions of neutral and acidic amino acidsin renal tubular transport.” William A. Webber (with the technicalassistance of Joel Klein) American journal of physiology 202:577-83 March 1962.DIVISION OF ANIMAL SCIENCEKITTS, WARREN D. “Estrogen-like substances in legumes and grasses;the influence of fractionation and route of administration on theestrogenic activity of plant materials.” D. Ostrovsky and W. D.Kitts. Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology 4o: 159-64February 1962.NEILSON, NORA E. “Aconitic hydrase from Aspergillus niger; cis- 21aconitate+H20F citrate.” Methodsin enzymology 5:614-61961.WOOD, A. j. “Nutritional requirements of the mink.” Western fur 22farmer I: io-i April 1962.“Periodicity of growth in ungulates as shown by deer of the genus23Odocoileus.” A.J.Wood, I. McT. Cowan, and H. C. Nordan.Canadian journal of zoology 40:593-603 July 1962.See also nos.55,653.DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY/BELSHAW, CYRIL s. “On gathering population data.”South Pacific 24bulletin11:34+October 1961.BORDEN, CHARLES E. Cultural sequences at TheDalles, Oregon:a contribution to Pacific Northwest prehistory. L. S. Cressmanincollaboration with David L. Cole, Wilbur A. Davis, Thomas M.Newman, DanielJ.Scheans. American philosophical society.Transactions n.s., v.50, pt.I0. Philadelphia, 1960. io8 p.figures,maps, appendices. American antiquity 27:437-8 January 1962.Review.Fraser River archaeological project; progress report April 20, 1961. 26Ottawa, Department of northern affairs and nationalresources,December 29 1961. 6p.(National museum of Canada. Anthropology papers no. i)DUNNING, R. WILLIAM “An aspect of recent Eskimo polygynyand 27wife-lending in the eastern Arctic.” Human organization 2I 17-20 Spring 1962.“Indians and Eskimos.” In Britannica book of the year; the year 28in Canada 1962.p.37.HAWTHORN, AUDREY E. Japanese music and musicalinstruments. 29By William P. Malm. Rutland, Vt. and Tokyo,Charles E. TuttleCo., 1959. 299p.Pacific affairs 34:306 Fall 1961. Review.HAWTHORN, HARRY B. “The artist in tribal society: the NorthwestCoast.” In The artist in tribal society; proceedings of asymposiumheld at the Royal anthropological institute, ed. by Marian W. Smith.London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1961.p.59-70. (Royal anthropological institute. Occasional paper no. i)Method in social anthropology. Selected essays by A. R.Radcliffe-3’Brown. Ed. by M. N. Srinivas. Chicago, University ofChicagopress, 1958. 189p.Pacific affairs 34:418 Winter 1961-62. Review.LYMAN, STANFORD M. The Oriental in North America. Vancouver, 32B.C., Department of university extension, University ofBritishColumbia, 1962. 67p.A series of i i lectures given on CBU Radio.“Overseas Chinese in America and Indonesia: a reviewarticle.”33Pacific affairs 34:380-9 Winter 1961-62.The quest for equality—theConstitutions, Congress and the Supreme 34Court. RobertJ.Harris. Louisiana state university press. University of British Columbia law review I :595-6 April 1962.Review.1325iG‘720308MEISSNER, MARTIN Problems in themeasurement of educationaltelevision consumption. Eugene, Ore., Institute for community935studies, November ig6i.54 P.(Educational television projectPreliminary report no.4)At head of title: Studies in resistances to cultural innovations.NAEGELE, KASPAR D. “Youth and society; some observations.” 36Daedalus; journal of the American academy of arts and science i:47-67 Winter 1962.RICHMOND, ANTHONY H. The cultural integration of immigrants.37By W. D. Borne, et al. Paris and New York, Unesco, 1959. 297 p.Pacific affairs 34:320 Fall 1961. Review.WILLMOTT, WILLIAM E. The overseas Chinese. By Lois Mitchison. 38London, Bodley head, 1961. 93 p. (Background books, ed. byStephen Watts) Pacific affairs 34:307-8 Fall 1961. Review.The struggle for survival; Indian cultures and the Protestant ethic39in British Columbia. Forrest E. La Violette. Toronto, Universityof Toronto press, c1961. 201 p. illus. British Columbia libraryquarterly 25:35-6 January 1962. Review.SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTUREOBERLANDER, H. PETER “Planning education for newly inde- 40pendent countries.” American institute of planners.Journal 28:116-23 May 1962.ROGATNICK, ABRAHAM “Essence of city.” Canadian literature II: 4177-8 Winter 1962. Review.“John Korner.” Canadian art 19:134-5 March/April 1962.“Onley.” Canadian art 19:146-7 March/April 1962.“Roy K. Kiyooka.” Canadian art i: 132-3March/April 1962.44“The Palace Grand Theatre; reconstructionof a gold rush era opera45house in the Yukon.” R. M. Garret and A. Rogatnick. Royalarchitectural institute of Canada. Journal 39:63-6 April 1962.WISNICKI, B. PAUL “Architects andthe structure.” Royal archi- 46tectural institute of Canada. Journal 38:65-9 September 1961.DEPARTMENT OF ASIAN STUDIESHO, PING-TI Mei Lan-fang, leaderof the pear garden. By A. C.47Scott. Hong Kong, Hong Kong university press; New York andLondon, Oxford university press, 1959. 139p.Pacific affairs 34:403-4 Winter 1961-62. Review.“Some problems of Shang culture and institutions: a review article.” 48Pacific affairs 34:291-7 Fall 1961.HOWES, JOHN F. Japanese genre painting: the lively artof Renaissance Japan. By Kondo Ichitaro. Translated by RoyAndrewMiller. Rutland, Vt., and Tokyo, Japan, Charles E. Tuttle co.,1961. 148p.Trades and crafts of Old Japan: leaves from a contemporary album. By Eric A. Kaemmerer. Rutland, Vt.,andTokyo, Japan, Charles E. Tuttle CO., 1961. I 14p.Pacific affairs35:179-80 Summer 1962. Review.KATO, SHUICHI The flower and willow world: the world ofthegeisha. By A. C. Scott. New York, Orion press, 1960. 208 p.Pacific affairs 34:396-7 Winter 1961-62. Review.“Nihon no shimbun — gaikoku no shimbun.”Asahi janaru 4:20-5June 17 1962.LANGDON, FRANK C. “Big business lobbying in Japan:the case of 52central bank reform.” American political science review 55:527-38September 1961.“Organized interests in Japan and their influence on political parties.” 53Pacific affairs 34:271-8 Fall 1961.Post-war democratization in Japan. v.i, nO.1 (1961) of Inter-54national social science journal. Paris, Unesco, 1961. p. 7-91.Pacific affairs 34:303-4 Fall i g6 i. Review.DEPARTMENT OF BACTERIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGYDOLMAN, CLAUDE E. “Botulism . . . mink losses due to botulism,”55by R.J.Avery, P. L. Stovell, C. E. Dolman and A.J.Wood.Western fur farmer 1:18-21 February 1962.“Clostridium botulinum type F with recert observationson other 56types.” C. E. Dolman and Lily Murakami. Journal of infectiousdiseases 1o9: 107-28 September-October 1961.GERWING, JULIA and DOLMAN, CLAUDE E. “Activationphenome-57non of Clostridium botulinum type E toxin.” Julia Gerwing,ClaudeE. Dolman, and David A. Arnott. Journal of bacteriology 84:302-6 August 1962.STOCK, j. j. “Immunological studies on yeast phospho-monoesterases.”58By P. E. Braun,J. J.Stock, and F. A. Morrison. Canadian pharmaceutical journal 95:69-73 February 1962.DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRYBRAGG, PHILIP IL “The arnminehydroxocopper(II) -diolatechela-59tion reaction.” By Richard E. Reeves and Philip Bragg.American chemical society. Journal 84:2491-5 July 5 1962.4950514243I0II“Cuprammonium-glycoside complexes. VIII. The copper to diol 6ocombining ratio.” Richard E. Reeves and Philip Bragg. Journalof organic chemistry 26:3487-9 September 1961.“Studies on the carbohydrate metabolism of a gram-negative anaerobe 6i(Bacteroides symbiosus) used in the culture of Entamoeba histolytica.” P. D. Bragg and Richard E. Reeves. Journal of bacteriology 83:76-84 January 1962.BRAGG, PHILIP D. and POLGLASE, w. j. “Extracellular metabo- 62lites of streptomycin mutants of Escherichia coli.” Journal of bacteriology 84:370-4 August 1962.JELLINCK, P. HARRY “Interactions of‘4C-Estrone with tryptophanin the presence of peroxidase.” P. H. Jellinck and Louise Irwin.Nature 192:660-I November x8 1961.“The oxidation of estrone- i6-C14 by peroxidase.” P. H. Jellinck andLouise Irwin. Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology40:459-69 April 1962.O’DONNELL, VINCENT j. “The biogenesis and transformations ofsteroid hormones by the adrenal cortex in the adrenogenital syndrome.” V.J.O’Donnell, Jean Birnie and Elizabeth MacArthur.Conference on the human adrenal cortex, Glasgow, 1960. Proceedingsp.393-406 August 1962.Title of proceedings: The human adrenal cortex.PATERSON, A. R.p• “Resistance to 6-mercaptopurine. II. The 66synthesis of thioinosinate in a 6-mercaptopurine-resistant subline ofthe Ehrlich ascites carcinoma.” Canadian journal of biochemistryand physiology 4o: 195-206 February 1962.PATERSON, A. R. i’. and HORI, A. “Resistance to 6-mercaptopurine. 67I. Biochemical differences between the Ehrlich ascites carcinomaand a 6-mercaptopurine-resistant subline.” Canadian journal ofbiochemistry and physiology 4o: 181-94 February 1962.POLGLASE, w. j. “Alkaline degradation of dihydrostreptomycin.” 68Journal of organic chemistry 27:1923 May 1962.TENER, GORDON M. “A method for the stepwise degradation of 69deoxyribopolynucleotides.” ByJ.P. Vizsolyi and G. M. Tener.Chemistry and industry p. 263-4 February 10 1962.“The use of urea to eliminate the secondary binding forces in ion 70exchange chromatography of polynucleotides.” American chemicalsociety. Journal 84:2644-5 July51962.DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY AND BOTANYBANDONI, ROBERT j. “The genus Naematelia.”American midland 71naturalist 66:319-28 October 1961.BIER, JOHN E. “An application of the clinical approachfor expressing the degree of tree vigor and vulnerability to disease.”FAO,International poplar commission, Working party on diseases,3dsession, Vienna, September io, 1961. Report September i8,1961,p.8-12 Annex3.(FAO/CIP/MAL/i4)“A clinical approach to determine the degree of local treevigor —a hypothesis.” National shade tree confereice, Minneapolis, August20-5, 1961. Combined proceedings 37: i6o-i 1961.National shade tree conference, Western chapter, 28th, UniversityofBritish Columbia, Vancouver, June 20-3, 1961.“The relation of bark moisture to the development of cankerdiseasescaused by native, facultative parasites. VI. Pathogenicity studiesofHypoxylon pruinatum (Klotzsch) Cke., and Septoriamusiva Pk.on species of Acer, Populus, and Salix.” Canadian journalof botany39:1555-61 October 1961.“The relation of bark moisture to the development of cankerdiseasescaused by native, facultative parasites. VII. Some effectsof thesaprophytes on the bark of poplar and willow on the incidenceofhypoxylon canker. VIII. Ascospore infection of Hypoxylonpruina.tum (Klotzsch) Cke.” John E. Bier and Marian H. Rowat.Canadian journal of botany 40:61-9, 897-901 January, June 1962.COLE, KATHLEEN “Chromosomal alternation of generationsinNereocystis luetkeana (Mertens) Postels and Ruprecht.”LindleyKemp and Kathleen Cole. Canadian journal of botany 39:1711-24November 1961.KRAJINA. VLADIMIR j. Campus trees and plants, by V.J.Krajina,77J.F. Rock and Harold St. John. Honolulu, University ofHawaii,1962. 28p. map.Ecology of the forests of the Pacific Northwest.Vancouver, B.C. 78Author, January 2 1962. 37p.1961 Progress report on N.R.C. grant no. T-92.KUIJT, JOB “Notes on the anatomy of thegenus Oryctanthus79(Loranthaceae)” Canadian journal of botany 39:1809-16November 1961.“A revision of Dendrophthora (Loranthaceae)”Wentia6: 1-145 1961. 8oROUSE, GLENN E. “Devonian plants from the type sectionof the 81Ghost River formation of western Alberta.” R. G. Greggs,D. C.McGregor and Glenn E. Rouse. Science 135:930-I March x61962.‘36364657273747512“Perforosporites, a new genus of plant spores from the LowerDevonian of Eastern Canada.” Darcy L. Scott and Glenn E. Rouse.Journal of paleontology 35:977-80 September 1961.“Plant microfossils from the Burrard formation of western BritishColumbia.” micropaleontology 8: 187-2 18 april 1962.STEIN, JANET R. See nos.474,476.DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERINGEPSTEIN, NORMAN “Apply fluidization to gas humidification.”Chemical engineering 68:81-4 December 25 1961.SCOTT, DONALD s. “Diffusion of ideal gases in capillaries and poroussolids.” D. S. Scott and F. A. L. Dullien. A.I.Ch.E. journal8:113-7 March 1962.“The flow of rarefied gases.” D. S. Scott and F. A. L. Dullien.A.I.Ch.E. journal 8:293-7 July 1962.“Gas diffusion with chemical reaction in porous solids.” Canadianjournal of chemical engineering 4o: 173-7 August 1962.SMITH, j. w. “Heat transfer coefficients at the entry to the heatingsection.” Chemical engineering science i6: 128-31 December 1961.“Heat transfer to liquid fluidised systems and to suspensions of coarseparticles in vertical transport.” By J. F. Richardson andJ.W.Smith. Institution of chemical engineers. Transactions 40: 13-22February 1962.DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRYBARTLETT, NEIL R. “Dioxygenyl hexafluoroplatinate (V)O2+[PtF].” By Neil Bartlett and D. H. Lohmann. Chemicalsociety. Proceedings p. 115-6 March 1962.“The preparation of palladium difluoride and complex fluorides ofpalladium in selenium tetrafluoride.” By Neil Bartlett andJ.W.Quail. Chemical society. Journal p. 3728-32 September 1961.BARTLETT, NEIL R. and TROTTER, JAMES “Osmium oxidepentafluoride OsOF,.” By Neil Bartlett, N. K. Jha, andJ.Trotter.Chemical society. Proceedings p. 277 August 1962.BONNETT, R. A. and McGREER, DONALD E. “Studies in the pyrroline series. I. The proton magnetic resonance spectra of somepyrrolines.” Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 177-80 February1962.‘493CULLEN, W. R. andFROST, DAVID C. “Ionization potentialsofsome perifuoroalkylarsines.” Canadian journal of chemistry 40:390-2 February 1962.‘5i o682BRYCE, W. A. “The decompositionof n-pentane sensitized by allyl94radicals.” W. A. Bryce and M. S. Hardiman.Canadian journalof chemistry 4o: 103 1-5 May 1962.83BUTLER, JAMES N. “Calculatingmolar solubilities from equilibrium 95constants.” Journal of chemical education38: 460-3 September1961.“The thermal decomposition of octafluorocyclobutane.”American 96chemical society. Journal 84: 1393-8 April 20 1962.CLARK, HOWARD C. “The additionof tetrafluoroethylene to some9784 organo-tincompounds.” By M. A. A. Beg and H.C. Clark. Chemistry and industry p. 140 January 20 1962.“Chemistry of the trifluoromethyl group. PartIV. Diphenyltrifluoro- 9885 methylphosphineand complex formation by phenyltrifluoromethylphosphines. Part V. Infrared spectraof some phosphorus compounds containing CF3.” M. A. A.Beg and H. C. Clark. Cana86dian journal of chemistry 40:283-8,393-8 February, March 1962.“Coordination compounds of nickel (II)Part III. Further magne-9987tic studies of solutions.” H. C. Clark,K. Macvicar, and R.J.O’Brien. Canadian journal of chemistry 40:822-5April 1962.“The preparation and properties ofvanadium tetrafluoride.” By ioo88R. G. Cavell and H. C. Clark. Chemicalsociety. Journal p. 2692-8 July 1962.8n‘ ‘Trifluoromethyl compounds of germanium.” By H. C.Clark and i OXC.J.Willis. American chemical society.Journal 84:898-900March 20 1962.CULLEN, W. R. “Improvedpreparation of bistrifluoromethylarsine.”102Canadian journal of chemistry 39: 1855-7September 1961.“Perfluoroalkyl arsenicals. Part III.The preparation and properties 103of some new trifluoromethyl and heptafluoropropylarsines. Part IV.Some reactions of trifluoroiodomethanewith alkyl arsines. Part V.Some solvolysis studies.” Canadian journal ofchemistry 39: 2486-9O 40:426-30, 575-8 December 1961,March, April 1962.I“Reaction of group V iodides with iodomethane andtrifluoroiodo- 104. methane in the presence of mercury” MM Baig and W RCullen Canadian journal of chemistry40 i6i 2 January 19622“Reaction of iodomethane with tertiaryarsine mercuric iodide corn- 105plexes.” M. M. Baig, W. R. Cullenand D. S. Dawson. Canadianjournal of chemistry 40:46-9January 1962.CULLEN, w. R. and TROTTER, JAMES “Crystal data for diphenyl- 107arsenicals.” Canadian journal of chemistry 39:2602-3 December1961.“Stereochemistry of arsenic. Part III. o-phenylenediarsine oxy- io8chloride.” Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 1113-7 June I962.DUNELL, BASIL A. “A proton magnetic resonance study of phase 109transitions in rubidium and caesium stearates.” By D.J.Shaw andB. A. Dunell. Faraday society. Transactions 58:132-7 January1962.DUTTON, G. o. S. “The constitution of a hemicellulose of cherry iiowood (Prunus avium L. var. Bing)” G. G. S. Dutton and ShirleyA. McKelvey. Canadian journal of chemistry 39:2582-9 December1961.“The constitution of a synthetic xylan. I. General structural features.” IIIG. G. S. Dutton and A. M. Unrau. Canadian journal of chemistry40:1479-82 August 1962.“The constitution of the hemicellulose of apple wood (Malus pumila I I 2L. var. Golden Transparent)” G. G. S. Dutton and T. G. Murata.Canadian journal of chemistry 39:1995-2000 October 1961.“Methylation of sugar dithioacetals. III. D-galactose diethyl dithio- 113acetal.” G. G. S. Dutton and Y. Tanaka. Canadian journal ofchemistry 4o: 1146-8 June 1962.“Methylation of sugar mercaptals. II. L-arabinose diethyl mercap- 114tal.” G. G. S. Dutton and Y. Tanaka. Canadian journal ofchemistry 39:1797-800 September 1961.“The structural analysis of some acidic xylans by periodate oxida- 115tion.” G. G. S. Dutton and A. M. Unrau. Canadian journal ofchemistry 40:348-52 February 1962.“The structure of a synthetic glucan. I. General structural features.” i 16G. G. S. Dutton and A. M. Unrau. Canadian journal of chemistry40:1196-200 June 1962.FROST, nvm c. and McDOWELL, C. A. “The photoionization of I 17nitrogen dioxide.” D. C. Frost, D. Mak and C. A. McDowell.Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 1064-7 June 1962.HARRISON, LIONEL 0. A laboratory course in chemistry. Toronto, 118McGraw-Hill Co. of Canada ltd., 1962. [vi], 150 p. tables.“Reaction of hydrogen chloride gas with sodium bromide; a study in 119surface thermodynamics.” By L. G. Harrison and R. A. Siddiqui.Faraday society. Transactions 58:982-96 May 1962.HAYWARD, L. DOUGLAS “Photolysis of nitrate esters. Part I. Photo- 120nitration of diphenylamine.” L. D. Hayward, R. A. Kitchen andi6D.J.Livingstone. Canadian journal of chemistry 40:434-40March1962.HOCHSTRASSER, ROBIN M. “The luminescence of complexmole- 12 Icules in relation to the internalconversion of excitation energy.Part III. The total emission spectra ofl-naphthoic acid.” Canadian journal of chemistry 39:1776-82September 1961.HOOLEY, j. GILBERT “Complexes betweenlamellar structures and 122bromine, iodine chloride, and chromylchloride.” Canadian journalof chemistry 4o: 745-64April 1962.JAMES, D. G. L. “A kinetic study of the additionof the ethyl radical 123to conjugated dienes.” By A. C. R. Brownand D. G. L. James.Chemical society. Proceedingsp.81 February 1962.“A kinetic study of the metathetical andaddition reactions character- 124istic of ally1 polymerization.” A. C. R. Brownand D. G. L. James.Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 796-803 April 1962.KUTNEY, JAMES P. “Alkaloid studies XXXII.Studies on Skytanthus acutus Meyen. The structure of themonoterpenoid alkaloidskytanthine.” Carl Djerassi,J.P. Kutney and M. Shamma. Tetrahedron 18:183-8 January 1962.“Synthesis in the pyridine series. II. Thesynthesis of new3,4,5-trialkylated pyridines.” James P. Kutney and T. Tabata. Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 1140-5 June 1962.“Synthesis of 6-azà-steroids: a novel class of steroidalhormones.” 127By J. P. Kutney and R. A. Johnson. Chemistryand industryp.1713-4 October 21 1961.“Total synthesis of steroidal derivatives. I. Synthesis ofhydrochry- 128sene analogues and related compounds.” JamesP. Kutney, Wm.McCrae, and Arnold By. Canadian journal of chemistry 40:982-90 May 1962.UN, w. c. and McDOWELL, C. A.“Electron spin resonance of anX-ray irradiated single crystal of a-glycylglycine.” Molecularphysics4:333-42 July 1961.“Electron spin resonance of X-ray-irradiated singlecrystals of dlalanine hydrochloride.” Canadian journal ofchemistry 4o: 1060-3June 1962.“Electron spin resonance of X-ray irradiated single crystals of potas-131sium hydrogen malonate.” Molecularphysics 4:343-8 July 1961.McDOWELL, C. A. “Electron-spinresonance spectra of some diazine 132radical anions.” By C. A. McDowell, K. F. Paulus, and J; R. Row-lands. Chemical society. Proceedings p. 6o-iFebruary 1962.17125126129130“Hyperfine structure in the electron spin resonance spectrum of the 133diphenylene radical anion.” C. A. McDowell and K. F. Paulus.Canadian journal of chemistry 40:828-30 April 1962.“Mass spectrometry.” In Molecular physics. New York, Academic ipress, 1962. (Methods of experimental physics v.3, ed. by DudleyWilliams) pt.5.McGREER, DONALD E. “Investigations in the bicycloheptane series. 135Part I. The electronic effect of methyl groups on C6 of the norbornylcation.” Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 1554-8 August 1962.MAK, T. a. w. and TROTTER, JAMES “The crystal and molecular 136structure of biphenylene.” Chemical society. Journalp.1-8 January 1962.OGRYZLO, E. A. “Halogen atom reactions. I. The electrical dis- 137charge as a source of halogen atoms.” Canadian journal of chemistry 39:2556-62 December 1961.PINCOCK, RICHARD E. “tert-Butyl peroxyformate. A highly stable 138peroxide and a new form of induced peroxide decomposition.”American chemical society. Journal 84:312-3 January 20 1962.ROSENTHAL, ALEX “Cyclization of aromatic phenylhydrazones 139with carbon monoxide to yield substituted phthalimidines.” AlexRosenthal and Mary R. S. Weir. Canadian journal of chemistry40:610-4 April 1962.“Oxo reaction in carbohydrate chemistry.” Methods in carbohydrate 140chemistry 2:457-64 1962.“Reactions of aliphatic arylhydrazones and of aniline with carbon 141monoxide to yield ureas.” Canadian journal of chemistry 40: I 718-20 August 1962.STEWART, ROSS “The basicities of ortho-substituted benzoic acids.”Ross Stewart and Maurice R. Granger. Canadian journal ofchemistry 39:2508-15 December 1961.“Carbonium perchlorates in chloroformsolution.” A. L. Gatzke andRoss Stewart. 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BritishColumbia division. Occasional papers 3:37-51 May1962.HARDWICK, WALTER G. “Changing corridors to Alaska.”Journal 3.36of geography 6i :49-57 February 1962.“Log towing rates in coastal BritishColumbia.” Professional geo-337grapher 13:1-5 September 1961.“Moran Dam and availability of cultivated land in interiorBritish 338Columbia.” Canadian association of geographers.British Columbia division. Occasional papers 3:87-92 May1962.HOOSON, ovmj.M. “A new Soviet heartland?” Geographical339journal 128:19-29 March 1962.Also in Thought; from the Learned societies ofCanada 1961. p. 255-28.Physical geography of Asiatic Russia. By S. P. Suslov.Trans- 340lated by N. D. Gershevsky. Edited by J.E. Williams. London,W. H. Freeman, ig6i. xiv, 594p.maps, diagrams, drawings.Scottish geographical magazine 77:184 December 1961.Review.U.S.S.R. : its people, its society, itsculture, by Thomas Fitzsimmons, 341Peter Malof and John C. Fiske. New Haven, Humanrelationsarea files, 1960. 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Canadian medicalassociation journal 86: 106-9 January 20 1962.COSTELLO,J.BERNARD “Morality & majority rule.” Canadian465doctor 28:25-8 March 1962.INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHYBARY, BRIAN MCK. “Biology in coastal inlets of BritishColumbia.”National coastal and shallow water research conference,Baltimore,Md., Tallahassee, Fla., Los Angeles,Calif., October 1961. Proceedings i : 738-40 February 1962.Sponsored by the National science foundationand the Office of navalresearch.“Scattering of underwater sound in Saanich Inlet, BritishColumbia.” 467B. M. Bary, W. E. Barraclough and R. Herlinveaux.Nature 194:36-7 April 7 1962.COCKBAIN, A. E. “Studies in the marine geology ofthe continentalshelf off British Columbia, Canada.” National coastaland shallowwater research conference, Baltimore, Md.,Tallahassee, Fla., LosAngeles, Calif., October 1961. Proceedings1:741-3 February 1962.Sponsored by the National science foundation and the Officeof navalresearch.PICKARD, 0. L. “Oceanographic features of inletsin the British 469Columbia mainland coast.” Fisheries research boardof Canada.Journal 18:907-99 December 1961.“Physical oceanography in British Columbia.” Nationalcoastal andshallow water research conference, Baltimore, Md.,Tallahassee,Fla., Los Angeles, Calif., October 1961. Proceedings 1:746-7February 1962.Sponsored by the National science foundation and the Office of navalresearch.SCAGEL, ROBERT F. “Coastal studies of marine algae inBritishColumbia and the North Pacffic.” National coastal andshallowwater research conference, Baltimore, Md., Tallahassee,Fla., LosAngeles, Calif., October 1961. Proceedings i :748-50 February 1962.Sponsored by the National science foundationand the Office of navalresearch.“The distribution of certain benthonic algaein Queen Charlotte strait, 472British Columbia, in relation to some environmentalfactors.” Pacificscience 15:494-539 October 1961.“The genus DasycloniumJ.Agardh.” Canadian journal of botany47340:1017-40 July 1962.“Marine nannoplankton from a British Columbia fjord.” RobertF.474Scagel and Janet R. Stein. Canadian journal of botany 39: 1205-13 September 1961.Marine plant resources of British Columbia. Ottawa,Fisheries475research board of Canada, 1961. Vii, 39 p. (Bulletin no. 127)“Xanthophycomonas: a proposed change.” Robert F. Scagel and476Janet R. Stein. Phycological news bulletin i: ii November 1961.STEWART, ROBERT W. “Determination of the rateof dissipation ofturbulent energy near the sea surface in the presence of waves.”R. W. Stewart and H. L. Grant. Journal of geophysical research67:3177-80 July 1962.“Heat flux from the ocean bed produced by dissipation of the tides.”R. W. Stewart, G. F. Carrier, A. R. Robinson and H. Stommel.Deep-sea research 8(3/4) : 275-9 1961.“Turbulence spectra from a tidal channel.” By H. L. Grant, R. W.479Stewart and A. Moilliet. Journal of fluid mechanics 12:241-68February 1962.WILLIAMS, PETER M. “Mullin and Riley nitrate determination in 480the presence of hydrogen sulfide.” Peter M. Williams and ArthurR. Coote. Limnology and oceanography 7:258 April 1962..Some preliminary studies on sea water directly above the sediment— 481sea water interface. Vancouver, Institute of oceanography, University of British Columbia, January 1962. 4 p. tables, figures.DEPARTMENT OF PAEDIATRICSDUNN, HENRY 0. “Mental retardation research in Canada.” Can-482ada’s mental health : i-6 November 1961.DUNN, HENRY 0. and MILLER, JAMES R. “Benigncongenital hypo- 483tonia with chromosomal anomaly.” Henry G. Dunn,Denys K. Ford,Nelly Auersperg and James R. Miller. Pediatrics 28:578-91 October1961.GIBSON, WILLIAM M. “Juvenile rheumatoidarthritis.” Arthritis & 484rheumatism 5:211-7 April 1962.GRAHAM, BRUCE D. “Mother-baby oxygengradients.” Journal of 485pediatrics 60:882-8 June 1962.KENDALL, DAVID c. “Diagnostic proceduresfor auditory disorders 486in children.” L. M. De Carlo, D. C. Kendalland R. Goldstein.Folia phoniatrica 14:206-64 1962.46647747846847047’4243McCREARY, JOHN F. “The health sciences centre: the Universityof British Columbia.” Canadian medical association journal 86:634-6 April 7 1962.“Medical care; where are we going?” U.B.C. alumni chronicle 15:20-I Winter 1961.“University of British Columbia, Faculty of medicine, Vancouver, 489British Columbia.” John F. McCreary and James M. Mather.Canadian medical association journal 86:658-9 April 7 1962.MILLER, JAMES R. “Effect of cortisone on the developing mouse 490fretus.” Nature 194:891-2 June 2 1962.“A new mutation (sph) causing neonatal jaundice in the house 491mouse.” Milton Joe,J.Mavis Teasdale and James R. Miller.Canadian journal of genetics and cytology 4:219-25 June 1962.“Some research uses of registries for the handicapped.” In Abstracts 492of papers presented at the Information meeting on radiation biology,by Howard B. Newcombe. Chalk River, Ontario, Atomic energyof Canada limited, November 1961. (CRB-xo6o)p.2.2.1-2.“Serum-creatine-kinase and carrier detection in musculardystrophy.” 493J.R. Miller, P. L. McGeer and C.J.Nichol. 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