1963-1970

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Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1963, Volume 30, No. 2

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  • From anthropometry to isotopes in physical anthropology
  • A note on overwintering in drosophila melanogaster
  • The fish fauna of the Mississippi River above St. Anthony Falls as related to the effectiveness of this Falls as a migration barrier
  • Habitat specificity in land snails
  • Fruiting chemotaxis in Myxococcus fulvus
  • Factors affecting infection and oospore formation of aphanomyces euteiches drech in excised root tips of Pisum sativum
  • The effects of early harvest and artificial drying on mold deterioration and quality of canning pea seed
  • The rate of disappearance of some induced chromosome aberrations in the germinating seeds of jack pine
  • The effect of environmental factors on the quality of stored pea seed
  • The effect of iron deficiency on the absorption and translocation of iron and phosphorus by soybean plants
  • The gain by ecinochloa crusgalli of P-32 lost from roots of glycine max
  • Use of ion exchange resins as buffers
  • Public service patterns in a border community: college corner, Ohio-Indiana
  • Land maps from arial photos
  • Resistance to culture change: A case study of an Orthodox Jewish community
  • Toward a sociological approach to prejudice: an appraisal of theories which attribute prejudice to personality variables
  • Art and social values: A study of three utopian communities
  • Recommendations, Minnesota industry-education board, Minnesota Academy of Science
  • Book reviews

Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1963, Volume 31, No. 1

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  • The Ethnological use of a health questionnaire (Nancy Way Lienke)
  • Preference for mal children in Japanese and American society (Joyce Aschenbrenner)
  • A cross-cultural evaluation of Festinger's Theory of Cognitive Dissonance (Harold E. Nelson)
  • Some problems in Minnesota Chppewa acculturation (Jerome Stromberg)
  • A preliminary report on the Itasca bison site (Creighton T. Shay)
  • The formation of the Duluth-Superior harbor (William G. Loy)
  • The court of justice of the European Communities: A novel judicial institution (Werner Feld)
  • The politics of integration in Europe (W. Hartley Clark)
  • Western democracy in East Asia (John Kie-Chang Oh)
  • A case study in practical politics: The 1962 contest in the 7th congressional district of Minnesota (Harding Noblitt)
  • Eucalypts of Australia (Thor Kommedahl)
  • The translocation of Foliar Applied P-32 in field grown corn, with respect to fruit development (Theodore W. Sudia, Lauren E. Claron and George A. Ahlgren)
  • Murine circadian susceptibility-resistance cycle to acetylcholine (Frank Jones, Erhard Haus, and Franz Halberg)
  • Development of circadian sleep-wakefulness rhythm in a healthy boy gauged by circadian quotients (Ellen Reeker, Michael Diffley)
  • Circadian periodic changes in relative specific activity of mouse brain phospholipids (Walter Nelson)
  • Role of white sucker in Minnesota waters (Donald E. Olson)
  • Nutritive value of red-osier dogwood and mountain maple as deer browse (Bernard A. Fashingbauer, John B. Moyle)
  • Temperature effects upon egg development in drosophila melanogaster (Stephen Hedman and Blanchard Krogstad)
  • Apparent effects of refrigeration on the rate of embryonic development of mayfly (hexagenia limbata) eggs (Roger Flattum)
  • Computer uses: introduction (Robert L. Evans)
  • Digital computer applications in the natural sciences (Leslie E. Knutson)
  • Use of computers in undergraduate education (Donald H. Taranto)
  • Some uses of computers in the social sciences (Edward M. Foster)

Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1964, Volume 31, No. 2

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  • A taxonomic study of the genus Galium in Minnesota
  • The production of aresenous gases in wood-rotting fungi
  • Root rot of legumes caused by cyclindrocladium scoparium
  • A study of the northern upland forest on the islands of the Whitefish Lake chain, Minnesota
  • Sporulation of Helminthosporium dicyyoides on filter paper
  • Induced fruiting in myxobacteria
  • Identification and distribution of Sympetrum in Minnesota
  • Cell mitosis during skin wound healing
  • Nesting habits of the soft-shelled turtles
  • Populations of petritirchs on the pond snail
  • Cedar Creek natural history area, 1963
  • Modern pottery-making in San Anton, Mexico
  • Pueblo Indian religion, medicine and the 'good life'
  • An example of crop dynamics in Minnesota — the soybean
  • Measurement of vegetation and terrain characteristics on small scale vertical aerial photographs
  • Favorite sons: obsolete presidential candidates
  • Henry George in England
  • The child-benefit theory: a method of circumventing the wall of separation doctrine
  • "Cosmopolitans" and "Locals" in contemporary community politics
  • The modern celebrity as a unique form of stratification

Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1965, Volume 32, No. 2

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  • Address: A philosopher looks at political science (John Neumaier)
  • Distribution of foliar applied P-32 from the leaves of soybean at various ages (George Ahlgren and Theodore Sudia)
  • Cytoplasmic male sterility and intergafts between Lycopersicon esculentum and Solanum pennellii corr. (W. R. Andersen)
  • Distribution in Minnesota of Acer Saccharu, Tilia Americana and Betula Lutea (Edward Flaccus)
  • An estimate of winter utilization of the Cedar Creek natural history area by the white-tailed deer (L.D. Frenzel Jr.)
  • Report on the use of an IBM 1620 computer by Carleton College undergraduates (Donald Taranto)
  • Early pollen forcing n a white x black spruce hybrid and its parental species (Lawson Winton)
  • Some interpretations of a map on Minnesota sawmilling (Lyda Belthuis)
  • Marine geology (Preston Cloud Jr.)
  • A new experimental approach to the evaluation of the effect of narcotic analgesics upon respiratory function (Charles Pierce, Richard McHugh, Raymond Bieter)
  • Metrology — an experiment where industry and education meet (R.B. Hastings)
  • Readership of news about politics in the Minneapolis Star and Tribune (William Hathaway)
  • A totalitarianism that is slow to wither: the program of the Communist Party in two years' perspective (G. Theodore Mitau)
  • Minnesota science teachers form association
  • Some possibilities for broadening high school programs through industry participation (Edward Barnes)
  • Emancipation and family power structure among college students (Clarice Antin)

Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1965, Volume 32, No. 3

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  • Address delivered at the 33rd annual meeting of MAS, May 1965, by William B. Reynolds
  • An aspect of linguistic change in Ojibwe (Priscella Copeland Reining)
  • The German paradox (Robert F. Spencer)
  • The sins of the Roman fathers (Rhoda Lindsay)
  • Geography: de facto or de jure (F. Lukermann)
  • Precambrian geology in Humboldt township, Marquette County, Michigan (Peter Rowley)
  • An occurrence of the sawfish, onchopristis dunklei in the upper cretaceous of Minnesota (Gerard Ramon Case)
  • The effect of light on the growth of soybean seedlings (Mary Abrahamsen and T.W. Sudia)
  • The status of political theory in the study of politics (Jooin Lee)
  • Error in the Minnesota gubernatorial election of 1962 (Charles Backstrom)
  • Administrative agencies as formulators of legislative policy in Minnesota (James A. Seitz)
  • Weather, crime and mental illness (R. Joseph Lucero, John P. Brantner, Byron W. Brown, Gordon W. Olson)

Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1965, Volume 33, No. 1

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  • Variations in porphyrin in content in root nodules (Marie H. Berg)
  • A review of characters used in the identification of North Central States' Sitona Germar (coleoptera, curculionidae) (Valerie J. Fridrich)
  • Identification and distribution of Minnesota leucorrhinia species (odonata, libellulidae) (Charles L. Hamrum, Robert Evans Carlson, Arthur W. Glass)
  • Experimental studies on habitat preference and thermoregulation of Bufo americanus, B. hermiophrys, and B. Cognatus (John R. Tester, A. Parker, and Donald B. Siniff)
  • The wild celery of Christmas Lake (Hibbert Hill)
  • Northerly movement of corn borer moths in Southern Minnesota (H.C. Chiang, Vern Sisson, M. A. Evert)
  • Geographic potential surfaces (Michael Munson)
  • Constitutional change in a long-depressed community: a case study of Duluth, Minnesota (Daniel J. Elazar)
  • On political obligation and civil disobedience (Mulford Q. Sibley)
  • The effect of perception on reactions to reapportionment (Truman David Wood)
  • Sex differences in the arousal of need for affiliation (M.C. Robbins, J.M. Bregenzer and R.T. Flint)
  • A comparative study of wood pulp from the trunk, limbs and roots of the quaking aspen (populus tremuloides) (John Veranth, Raynell Walker and Ann Johnson)
  • Religious careers and commitment in a middle-class sect (Jack C. Ross)
  • Accidental poisoning in young children: its causes and its prevention (Charles H. Pierce and Harold N. Wright)
  • The abnormal coxofemoral articulation in the German Shepherd dog (Griselda Hanson)
  • The Minnesota Academy of Science: What is it? (Walter Larson, executive secretary)

Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1966, Volume 33, No. 2

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  • The limits of the scientist's responsibilities
  • Some helminths of Itasca Park Fishes
  • Annual and season weight changes in a thirteen-lined ground squirrel population
  • A preliminary report on the comparative morphology of the shoot apex of Iscetes Macrospora
  • The Minnesota Academy of Science: Its Opportunities
  • Solvent effects on the C-H out-of-plane bending vibrations of aromatic compounds
  • Long-term analysis of atmospheric pollen
  • Dur. and some effects of experimentally applied indole-3-acetic acid and gibberellic acid
  • Voter registration in Minnesota
  • Two views of non-voting: a critique
  • The politics of municipal reform
  • The problem of membership in international organization
  • The internal challenge to Malaysia
  • Geography: The child and his world

Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1967, Volume 34, No. 1

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  • Pathways of enzymic cholesterol syntheses (Mary Dempsey)
  • Sexual dimorphism in the western blacknose dace (Gary Phillips)
  • Germination of seeds of perennials native to Minnesota region (May Wright)
  • Food safety program: endrin monitoring in the Mississippi River (Arthur Novak, M.R. Ramachandra)
  • Manitoba service centers in the early settlement period (James Richtik)
  • Is there a well-defined scientific method? (Ernan McMullin, Marguerite Foster, Russell Hobbie, William Charlesworth)
  • Major party politics in a multi-party system: The Mapai party of Israel (Scott Johnston)
  • The fate of pesticide residues in soil (Russell Adams Jr.)

Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1967, Volume 34, No. 2

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  • Distribution and habitat preference of Minnesota dragonfly species
  • Preliminary studies on a one-year-old field of the Cedar Creek natural history area
  • A study of the communities of aquatic macro-invertbrates of the merging of the Mississippi and Chippewa Rivers, using a biplate substrate sampler
  • Myrecological techniques
  • A method for microbial surface sampling
  • Factors determing Great Blue Heron rookery movement
  • Germination and early development of the silky prairie clover
  • The histology of germinating embryos of the eastern dwarf mistletoe
  • Life-forms in the flora of Minnesota
  • The effects of solar, magnetic activity on electric power systems
  • Northern pike production in Phalen Pond, Minnesota
  • The common goldeneye duck and the role of nesting boxes in its management in north-central Minnesota
  • The moose in Northeastern Minnesota
  • A review of the bounty system as a method of controlling undesirable animal populations in Houston County, Minnesota
  • Some aspects of apiculture in Minnesota
  • The competition of wild oats with wheat, barley and oats for phosphorus and potassium
  • A frame of reference for the study of American foreign policy-making
  • A non-partisan legislative election in Minnesota
  • Democracy on trial in Asia
  • A proposal on the law of the sea
  • The dilemma of a civil libertarian: Francis Biddle and the Smith Act
  • Findings on disarmament
  • A gross election data analysis by simple statistical and stochastic processes
  • Evidence for seasonal variation in incidence of renal adenocarcinoma in Rana pipiens
  • An extension of the ranges of the Burnsi and Kandiyhoi variants of Rana Pipiens
  • Revised distribution records of some Minnesota fishes, with addition of two species to the faunal list
  • The summer standing crop, growth and distribution of Chironomus Plumosus in Lake Itasca, Minnesota
  • Effectiveness of selected films on learning biological concepts by high school students

Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1968, Volume 35, No. 1

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  • Relationships between South American naming practices and mean size of local community (John Bregenzer)
  • Comparative appraisal of bone, fat and muscle development of white and Indian school children (Rita A. Kroska)
  • Multiphase nature of pollution problems in context of developing nuclear power industry:
  1. Risks and regulation (Richard E. Pogue and Dean E. Abrahamson)
  2. Radioactive and thermal wastes (Dean E. Abrahamson and Richard E. Pogue)
  3. Heat pollution (Theodore Olson)
  • Utilization of the Cedar Creek Natural History Area (William Marshall)
  • Seasonal chlorophyll change in a leafy liverwort (Richard L. Anderson and Edward Flaccus)
  • A preliminary study on Ensiling Aspen bark (Charles Helleloid, John Klow, Gary Pullar and John Veranth)
  • Declining railroad passenger service in Minnesota (Matti Kaups and Kalevi Rikkinen)
  • Analysis of unmodified stone materials from the Cambria site (Charles R. Watrall)
  • An instructional laboratory which supplements research (Russell S. Adams, Jr.)
  • Radio-tracking a young male raccoon (Frank J. Turkowski and L. David Mech)
  • Schistosome dermatitis at Basswood Lake (James A. Zischke and Delores Zischke)

Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1968-69, Volume 35, No. 2&3

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  • Address to the 1968 autumn meeting
  • Some aspects of the symbionts of Cassiopeia frondosa
  • Characteristics of four marl lakes as related to biological productivity
  • Effect of substrate types on aquatic insect distribution
  • Distribution and abundance of molluscs in a fresh water environment
  • Natural selection in the leopard frog
  • Lead shot in the some spring migrant ducks
  • A bull snake encounter with young ground squirrels
  • A "new" hybrid minnow
  • Spring disperal of some leafhoppers and aphids
  • Distribution and emergence patterns of mayflies
  • Hematopoietic colony forming cells of spleen
  • Limnology of abandoned granite quarries
  • An investigation of amino acid decomposition
  • Scotch pine: variation and performance in Minnesota
  • Mature pine forests in Duluth harbor area
  • Dwarf mistletoe paraside in spruce
  • Records of the higher fungi in Minnesota
  • Coleambally irrigation area: herds, crops, fruit
  • Comparing laboratory methods in biology
  • United States foreign policy: an appraisal of globalism
  • The future of co-existence: U.S.-Soviet relations
  • The U.N. in the East-West confrontation
  • The politics of selecting convention delegates
  • Urban-suburban clash in Minnesota

Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1969, Volume 36, No. 1

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  • Birch Lake burial mound group (Elden Johnson, Martin Q. Peterson)
  • Development of vascular connections between lateral buds and main stem in some decapicated plants (Syed Mushtaq and Albert J. Linck)
  • A disc electrophoretic procedure for separation of proteins of marchantia polymorpha: Esterases (Jerome Anaya and Donald J. Kraft)
  • Detecting oak wilt by infrared aerial photography (R. P. Latham, D.W. French, Merle P. Meyer)
  • Estimating surface area of soybean root systems (John B. Carlson)
  • Quantitative plating of gamma-irradiated cultures of a blue-green alga (Michael J. Bazin)
  • Northern and Western corn rootworms in Minnesota (H.C. Chiang and R.G. Flaskerd)
  • Regeneration of White Cedar (Thuja occidentalis) in Northern Minnesota swamps (Walter H. Petraborg)
  • Ferns and fern allies of Brown County (Barbara J.R. Gudmundson)
  • Cleared farm land in Upper Lake States, 1910-1964 (John Fraser Hart)
  • Utilization of county boundaries in drawing legislative districts (Dr. Robert A. Barrett)
  • The micro-city project: a progress report (Richard P. Devine)
  • Some class perspectives on magical belief (Patricia Hartman)
  • The image of limited good in Ojibway society (Jeffrey C. Moore)
  • Noise as a factor in urban health (Eric Bauer)
  • Propagation of pike in multiple-purpose lake management (Oliver M. Jarvenpa and Warren Kirsch)
  • Aphanizomenon Elenkini Kissel in Minnesota Lakes (Hibbert Hill)
  • Program planning with PERT/CPM (Raymond E. Willis)
  • Plants for classroom use (Elizabeth Reed)

Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 1969-70, Volume 36, No. 2&3

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  • Myxobacterial columns produced in static liquid cultures (Walter Fluegel)
  • Protein patterns of dragonfly hemolymph as shown by gel disc electrophoresis (Myron Anderson)
  • Mayfly Cholinesterase: Solubilization and partial purification (Burton C. Lidgerding, Donald J. Kraft)
  • Rest site selection by radio-tagged raccoons (Jay H. Schnell)
  • Waterfowl production in selected wetland management areas (Orlo A. Quame, Alfred H. Grewe, Jr.)
  • Lead absorption from soil into legumes (Marie H. Berg)
  • Cost analysis of differential staffing plans (Duane J. Budde)
  • Computer and isodensitracer applications in geography (Avi Degani)
  • The challenge of historical geography (Louis Seig)
  • Physicalism and humanism (Robert Sheehan)
  • Lead poisoning from environmental contamination (A. Karim Ahmed, George Bloom, Clifford A. Ottaway)
  • Germinability factors of field-grown sorghum seed (D.B. Sauer, C.M. Christensen)
  • United Nations techniques in the Middle East (W. Hartley Clark)
  • Migration and social status (D. Duane Braun)
  • Pollution and evolution (David J. Merrell)
  • Anabaenopsis Raciborskii Woloszynska in Minnesota Lakes (Hibbert Hill)