Vol. 61 No. #17 Archives

More Stories from the April 26, 1952 issue

  1. Humidity Extremes Affect Vitamin Needs

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  2. Books of the Week

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  3. Scarce Minerals in Soil Affect Fruit Tree Growth

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  4. Fatty Substances Increase

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  5. Transfusions of Platelets

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  6. New Machines and Gadgets

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  7. Front Matter

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  8. Atomic Energy Information

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  9. Radiated Blood “Chunky”

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  10. Build Electric Circuits on Paper before Construction

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  11. Steps to Control Polio

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  12. Animal and Bacterial Life Found in Ocean’s Depths

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  13. New Stoplight Protects Motorists on Sharp Curve

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  14. Nucleic Acid Isolated

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  15. Fluoridated Salt Next

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  16. Muriel, Talking Monkey, Has 50-Word Vocabulary

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  17. [Photograph]: Flying Boxcar Improved

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  18. Atomic Bombardment Changes Hemp’s Sex Ratio

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  19. Cigarette Smoking and Stomach Ulcers Linked

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  20. Cancer Forecast for 1975

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  21. New Anti-Rheumatism Chemical from Switzerland

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  22. Feed Spuds to Sheep for More and Thicker Wool

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  23. [Photograph]: Growth Factor Crystals

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  24. Cancer Growth Rate

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  25. Fat Persons Eat No More Fat than Normals Do

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  26. Diesel Fuel Ignition Bettered by Chemical

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  27. In Science Fields

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  28. Mars Closest since 1943

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  29. Pint-Size Motor Packs Powerful Punch

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  30. Scientist Explains How Worm Gets inside Ear of Corn

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  31. Nature Ramblings: Trillium

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  32. Moon as Message Relayer

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  33. Isolate California-Type Virus, Relative of Polio

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  34. New Medium Tank

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