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Adams (W. S.) and C. G. Burwell, Chromospheric Spectrum
without an Eclipse, 185

Adams (W. S.) and F. G. Pease, Nova Geminorum No. 2
as a Wolf-Rayet Star, 637

Adamson (J. E.), Control of Education, 685
Addenbrooke (G. L.), Relative Losses in Dielectrics, 110
Addison (Dr.), an Advisory Council on Industrial Research,

Adie (Mrs. H.), Sporogony of Haemoproteus columbae, 182
Adye (E. H.), Economic Geology of Navánagar State in
the Province of Káthiáwár, India, 407

Agnus (M.), the Echo of the Ball and Shell, 473
Aitken (Dr. J.), Colour Sensation, 673

Aitken (Prof. R. G.), Measures of the Satellites of Uranus,


18, 499

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Appel (Dr. O.), Disease Resistance in Plants, 599
Arabu (N.), Tertiary Formations of the Basin of the Sea

of Marmora, 336

Arber (Dr.) and R. H. Goode, Fossil Plants from Devonian

Rocks, 55

Arctowski (H.), Variation of Temperature, 100

Armstrong (Dr. E. F. and Prof. H. E.), Surface Tension
and Ferment Action, 425

Armstrong (Prof. H. E.), Address at Cardiff, 237; Chemical

Industry and Organisation, 573; Government Dye

Scheme, 119

Armstrong (Prof. H. F.), Descriptive Geometry for Students

in Engineering Science and Architecture, 586

Arnaud (Prof. A.) [obituary], 597

Arnaud (G.), Roots of Gummy Beetroots, 140

Arnold (G.) and Dr. C. L. Boulenger, Fresh-water Medusa
in Limpopo River System, 1II

Arnold (Prof. J. O.), British and German Steel Metallurgy,

184; Chemical and Mechanical Relations of Iron, etc.,


Arnoux (R.), Cause of Death by the Bursting of High-
explosive Shells, 515

Ashby (Dr. H. T.), Infant Mortality, 449

Ashworth (Dr. J. H.), Larvæ of Lingula and Pelagodiscus,

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Bailly (O.), Glycerophosphoric Acid, 167; Synthesis of a.
glycerophosphoric acid, 364

Baillie (Dr. T. C.), Electrical Engineering, vol. i., 586
Bainbridge (Dr. F. A.), appointed to the Chair of Physiology
at St. Bartholomew's Hospital Medical School, 581
Baker (A. C.), Woolly Aphid of the Apple, 687
Baker (Prof. H. B.), British Supply of Drugs and Fine
Chemicals, 174

Baker (Prof. H. F.), Linear Differential Equations of
Astronomical Interest, 500

Baker (Dr. S. M.) and Miss M. H. Bohling, Brown Sea-
weeds of the Salt Marsh, 362

Baker (T. J.), Bronzing Processes suitable for Brass and
Copper, 628

Baker (T. Thorne), Industrial Uses of Radium, 272

Baker (Prof. W. C.), a Simple Direct Method for the Radius
Curvature of Spherical Surfaces, 288

Baker (W. M.) and A. A. Bourne, a Shilling Arithmetic,


Baldwin (Prof. J. Mark), appointed Herbert Spencer lec-

turer, 248

Balfour (Prof. Bayley) and W. W. Smith, Moultonia, 403

Ball (Rev. Dr. C. J.), the Resurrection of Baylon, 292

Balleine (Capt. C. F.), [Obituary], 543

Balleine (Capt. C. F.), bequest to Exeter College, Oxford,


Balls (W. L.), the Development and Properties of Raw

Cotton, 697; the Use of Cotton for the Production of

Explosives, 535; the writer of the article, 535

Bannermann (Surgeon-Genl. W. B.), Knowledge of Biology,

Bastian (Dr. Charlton), the Use of Tyrosine, 460, 537
Batabyal (B. C.), Dakshindar, a Godling of the Sunderbuns,

Bates (S. J.), Osmotic Pressure of the Ions, etc., of Salts
in Aqueous Solution, 553

Bather (Dr. F. A.), Inexact Analogies in Biology, 178; the

Rules of Zoological Nomenclature, 118

Baxendell (J.), Report of the Fernley Observatory for 1914,


Baxter (Miss E.) and Miss L. Rintoul, Scottish Ornithology

in 1914, 711

Baxter (Miss M.), appointed demonstrator in physics at

Bedford College, 692

Baylis (H. A.), Instructions for Collectors: Worms, 546
Beam (Dr. W.), Applicability of Papyrus to Paper Manu-
facture, 548; Tests for Hashish, 548

Beam (Dr. W.) and G. A. Freak, Improved Hæmin Test
for Blood, 518

Bean (W. J.), the Arboretum at Tortworth Court, 710

Oct Nature

Beard (E.) and W. Cramer, Surface Tension and Ferment

Action. 279

Beech (W. H.), Ancient Pottery in the Kikuyu Country, 124
Beal (C. H.), an Earthquake near Los Angeles, 439; the
Avezzano Earthquake, 439

Beale (Sir W. P.). an Amateur's Introduction to Crystallo-
graphy (from Morphological Observations), 614
Bechterew (Prof. W. von), Objektive Psychologie oder Psy-
choreflexologie; die Lehre von den Assoziationsreflexen,


Beddard (Dr. F. E.), the Sperm Whale, 546
Beetham (B.), Nests of Buff-backed Herons, 188
Beilby (Dr. G. T.), Chemical Engineering, 573
Bell (A. Graham), Science and Food-Supply, 618
Bellingham and Stanley, New Saccharimeter, 602
Belot (M.) and M. Ménard, Use of Coolidge Tube, 195
Bemporad (A.), Abnormal Variability of Mira Ceti, 405
Benham (C. E.), the Electric Dry Pile, 588

Benoit-Bazille (M.), the Making of Anti-typhoid Vaccine, 458
Benson (W. N.), Geology and Petrology of the Great Ser-
pentine-belt of N.S.W., part iv., 665

Berget (A.), Capillary Constant of Sea-water, 389

Berget (Prof. A.), the Earth: its Life and Death, translated

by E. W. Barlow, 478

Bergonié (J.), Magnetic Projectiles, 27, 105, 364
Beringer (J. J.), Cassiterite in Cornish mill products, 363;
[Death], 122; [Obituary], 152

Berkeley (The Earl of), a Neglected Correction in Osmotics,

34; Osmotics, 317

Berry (E. W.), Upper Cretaceous and Eocene Floras of

South Carolina and Georgia, 355

Berry (H. F.), a History of the Royal Dublin Society, 454
Berthelot (D.), Calculation of the Despretz-Trouton Con-
stant, 363; Photochemical Reactions, 195

Bertin (L. E.), Increase of Velocity or Range of Submarines,
195; Transport of Marine Mines by Currents, 27

Bessey (Profs. C. E. and E. A.), Essentials of College

Botany, 421

Bessey (Prof. C E.) [Obituary], 43

Best (E.), Origin of Culture, 14

Betim (A.), a Layer of Euxenite in Brazil, 721

Bezzi (Prof. M.), the Syrphide of the Ethiopian Region

based on Material in the Collection of the British

Museum (Natural History), 584

Bigourdan (G.), Instrumental Undulations of Images, 195;

Scintillation and Undulations, 279; Scintillation and

Instrumental Undulations of Celestial Images, 306; the

Constellations, 218; Examination of Mirrors and Ob-

jectives, 218 the Scintillation of Stars. 601

Billings (Dr. F.), Lane Medical Lectures, 693

Bion (H. S.), [Death], 43; [Obituary], 567
Blair (D.), the Master-Key: a New Philosophy, 3
Blair (K. G.), Emission of Light among Insects, 569
Blaithwayt (T. B.), the “Green Ray" at Sunset, 204
Blatter (Prof. E.), the Flora of Aden, 187
Blegvad (H.), Food, etc., of Invertebrate Animals at the
Sea Bottom in Danish Waters, 526

Blount (B.), Cotton as a High Explosive, 591

Blumberg (H.), the Factorisation of Various Types of Ex-

pression, 553

Bodroux (F.), Preparation of Hydrocarbons, 694
Bordas (F.), Sanitation of the Camps and Battlefields, 474
Bordas (F.) and S. Bruère, the Phenomena of Putrefaction,
529, 581

Bonnheim (A.), Gift to the University of California, 471
Bohr (Dr. N.), the Spectra of Hydrogen and Helium, 6
Bogitch (B.), Superficial Deformations of Steels, 474
Bone (Prof. W. A.), Prof. H. L. Callendar, and H. J.
Yates, a new Bolometer, 81

Bose (Prof. J. M.), Motion of a Plane-Kite, 682
Bosler (J.), Rotation of Solar Corona, 195, 217
Bost (W. D. Ashton), Wood-charcoal, 177
Boswell (P. G. H.), Lower Eocene Deposits, 167
Bottlinger (K. F.), Hy Line in Stellar Spectra, 99
Bouchet (L.), Electric Pressures, 279; Vulcanised India-
rubber, 27

Bougault (J.), the Dioxytriazines, 335
Boule (M.), the Piltdown Skull, 460

Boulenger (E. G.), Reptiles and Batrachians, 143
Boulenger (Dr. G. A.), Catalogue of the Fresh-Water
Fishes of Africa in the British Museum (Natural His-

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