Nature, Volume 90

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Sir Norman Lockyer
Macmillan Journals Limited, 1913
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Índice

Danysz J and W Duane Electrical Charges carried by Pressures in Plants 306
xxxviii
Ravasini Dr R Italian Figtrees and their Insect Ross Col Charles D S O the RussoJapanese War
xxxix
Harker Dr J A F R S Tables Annuelles de Constantes
xlii
Hughes Prof Gravels of East Anglia 480
xliii
Darwin Sir George Howard K C B F R S Illness 168 Heads 621
14
Ross Mr Individual Attention in Rearing Animals 398
24
Parkhurst J A Stellar Actinometry at the Yerkes
29
Hull Prof Edward F R S SubOceanic Physiography of Jones H Sydney Exercises in Modern Arithmetic 697
32
Radnor DonyHenault O Resistances of Granulated Metallic
42
Peach Dr B N F R S Opening Address to Section CP cpe Prof and C S Gibson Resolution of secBitylamine
49
Sarasola Rev s S J Cienfuegos Meteorological Simpson Dr G C Atmospheric Electricity 411
59
Reboul G Influence of Form of Solids on Chemical
60
Davis W A and S S Sadtler Allens Commercial Douglass Prof Records of Solar Radiation in Arizona
65
Reeres E A Improvements in Surveying Instruments Rouzet M Portable Apparatus for Wireless Telegraphy
89
Regan C Tate Antarctic Fishes of Scottish Antarctic RowlandBrown H Butterflies and Moths at Home
110
Hunt A R the Human Jaw from the Stalagmite in 645
112
Gaubert P Attack of Calcite by Acids
127
Martyn Edith How Precocity of Spring Flowers 543 Mond Robert Anthropology at the British Association 411
139
Saunder S A Obituary 415
143
Davison Dr C Earthquake Prediction 340 Higher Times of Solar Eclipse Phenomena
162
Hospital Problem 498
167
Hurd W E Weather of India and her Seas
171
Bourquelot E and Mlle A Fichtenholz Quebrachite in Broken Head Junction N S W 580
183
Davy Sir Humphry Unpublished Letter on a Mercury Dreaper W P Notes on Chemical Research 618
191
Peach Dr B N F R S and Dr J Horne Archæan Portevin A Deformation and Annealing of Plastic Alloys
209
Gavin W Interpretation of Milk Records 397
211
Saxton W T Leafspots of Richardia albomaculata 128 Sinel J Antiquity of Neolithic Man 70
213
Hutchinson Dr A and W C Smith Labradorite from Jude Dr R H and Dr J Satterly Junior Magnetism
246
Hutchinson Dr Lime as an Antiseptic in Soil 398 Julin Prof C Luminous Cells of Pyrosoma and Cyclo
254
Dawson C Discovery of Remains of Ancient Man 390 and of Trachea in Warmblooded Animals 479
272
Huygens C Silvanus P Thompson Treatise on Light Jungfleisch E Inactive and Racemic Dilactylic Acids 298
274
Lecornu L Security of Aëroplanes 664
286
Irvine Prof and A Hynd Synthetic Aminoglucosides 320
291
Boutaric A and C Leenhardt Cryoscopy in Decahydrated Burton Dr C V Selftesting of Dispersion Apparatus
299
Geophysical Memoirs
309
Lelarge M a Cause of Explosion of Tubes containing a Mackintosh Mr Spraying Potatoes 174
325
Regny P Vinassa de Libya Italica
330
Pcarson Prof Karl F R S Lectures to the Medical Pro Reproductive Buds in Trypanosyllis 448
334
Reid Prof H F Earthquake Prediction
340
Branly E Intermittent Conductivity of Thin Dielectric Callendar Prof H L F R S Opening Address
351
Brentnall H C and C C Carter the Marlborough Calmette A Tuberculous Infection in Cattle 586
363
Peck J W Vocational Call and the Edinburgh Evening
370
Lémeray M Principle of Relativity and Law of Variation tions 567
376
Bridel M Gentiopicrin in Swertia perennis
377
Lewis Prof W J Umenite from Lengenbach Quarry
382
Gordon Dr W T Fossil Flora of Pettycur Limestone 210 Haldane Lord Educational Organisation 546
388
Lichnowsky Prince Speech at Royal Society Anniversary McWhan J Electron Theory of Thermoelectricity 717
389
Delteil Végre and Raynaud MM Application of Duddell Wm F R S Hughes Medal 337 the Border
429
Mather Sir Wm Cooperation of Employers and Education
431
Dendy Prof A F R S Physiology of Marine Organisms dential Address 345 awarded Medal by Royal Society
450
Rhumbler Prof L Mechanics of the Cell and of Develop Russell Arthur Minerals from Virtuous Lady Mine near
451
Ricro Prof Interrelation of Solar Phenomena 233
463
HarvieBrown Mr the Fulmar
475
Richer P Descartes Skull 613
480
Abbott C G Variability of Solar Radiation 288 Azimuth Tables for Determination of Lines of Position
481
Hall Prof Edwin E Sailing Flight of Birds 161
482
Peers C R Ancient Monuments
490
Briggs Dr Wm and H W Bausor Elementary Quanti
495
Denigès G and L Chelle New Reagent for Free and Duffield Prof Spectral Series and Arc Spectrum
507
Abetti Dr G Diameter of Neptune 29 clature 320 the Simple Carbohydrates and the Gluco
510
Schott Dr G A Electromagnetic Radiation and the ments 343 Bodies from Early Egyptian Tombs 343
523
Riecke Prof E Lehrbuch der Physik 246
541
Brochet A Conductivity of Acids and their Absorption by Carnevali Prof Joining of Nonferrous Metals and Alloys
561
Riefler Dr S Tables of the Weight of Air and of the Rutherford Prof E F R S Atomic Heat of Solids 423
565
Peet T E Megalithic Monuments 343 Rough Stone Priestley J Statue Unveiled at Birstall 253
566
Righi Prof A Convection of Ions produced by Magnetic Substances 425 a New International Physical Insti
576
Dines W H F R S Vertical Temperature Distribution Tertiary Deposits in New Guinea
578
Brooks C F Snowfall of the United States
585
Mathias Onnes and C A Crommelin MM Rectilinear 190 Physiology of Aquatic Animals 395 Nutrition
587
Loeb Dr Jacques the Mechanistic Conception of Life 327 Marshall Dr P Geology of New Zealand
590
Brown J Coggin the Achang Tribe of Yunnan 665
592
Brown Prof J Macmillan Fincks Theory of Polynesian Cavers Dr F Interrelationships of the Bryophyta
599
Jackson F Hamilton Rambles in the Pyrenees and
612
Schultz L G Weather and the Ultraviolet Radiations Smith Leigh and Novaya Zemlya W H R van Manen
621
Matthey George F R S Obituary 679
630
Schultze A Teaching of Mathematics in Secondary Smith P S and H M Eakin Geology of Seward Penin
634
Adams Prof J Germination of Seeds of Dicotyledons 506 Armstrong Prof H E and E F and E Horton Herbage
635
MaxwellLefroy H and C G Ghosh Eri Silk 686 Moore Prof E H Theory of Composition of Positive
636
HeronAllen E Recent Foraminifera of the British Hardy Fruits 91
645
Bruce Dr W S the Antarctic Continent 395 Scottish Chadwick J and A S Russell Excitation of Gamma
649
HeronAllen E and A Earland Saccammina sphaerica Hopkins Prof F G Methods of Valuing Foodstuffs 398
652
Gravely F H and S P Agharkar Indian Freshwater 561
660
Meunier J Spectra of Nebulæ
664
Hertwig O die Radiumkrankheit tierischer Keimzellen Horton Dr F Positive Ionisation produced by Platinum
665
Reaf Dr H E Physiology at the British Association
666
Ditmar Dr R der Kautschuk
668
Greenhill Sir G Dynamics of Mechanical Flight 535
673
Schwarz Prof E H L South African Geology 590 Smith S W J and H Moss Resistance of Electrolytes
674
Searle Dr G F C Simple Method of determining Curves of Radioactive Changes 425 Interpretation
682
Heusler Alloys
687
Shaw Dr W N F R S Meteorology and Agriculture Speight R Postglacial Climate of Canterbury N Z 446
692
Amundsen Captain Roald A G Chater the South Pole Aveling Dr F on the Consciousness of the Universal
695
Rcbinson W H Periodical Variations of Velocity of on the Analytical Geometry of Three Dimensions 275
716
Anderson J S and G B Burnside New Method
717

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