Vol. 28 No. #752

More Stories from the September 7, 1935 issue

  1. Nature Ramblings: More Water than Dust

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  2. First Glances at New Books

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  3. Front Matter

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  4. Capsule before Breakfast Gives Immunity to Colds

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  5. [Photograph]: Commemorating a Congress

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  6. Cancer Experts Warn against Hope from Lead Treatment

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  7. Extract of Maternal Tissue Successful against Measles

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  8. Education of Dog Owners Urged as Rabies Preventive

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  9. Dog, Hero of Research, Honored by Monument

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  10. New Comet Found during Search for Minor Planets

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  11. Moth Pest of Beehives Found Scientifically Useful

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  12. Injected Sex Hormones Influence Glands of Embryos

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  13. Genes Have Double Function: Vital as Well as Hereditary

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  14. Assyrian Sculpture in Boston Shows Pollination of Date

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  15. Plants’ “Uplifting” Tendencies Affect Character of Soil

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  16. Effects of X-Raying Show in Later Generations

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  17. Forest Fire Renders Soil More Liable to Erosion

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  18. Sociology of American Plant Life Described

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  19. Humus Formation in Soil Influenced by Many Factors

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  20. In Science Fields

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  21. Not “Stuffed”

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  22. Federal Survey of Chronic Illness to Start Oct. 15

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  23. [Photograph]: Munitions Makers

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  24. Dutch Elm Disease Found in Indiana and Virginia

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  25. Increase in Research Projects Hints Economic Gains

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  26. Government Aid Demanded for Research in Pure Science

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  27. Thin Aluminum Foil Highly Efficient as Heat Insulator

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  28. Chemist Sees Eventual Profit in Gold from Sea Water

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  29. Government Chemist Less Optimistic on Ocean Gold

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