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anale et scrotale. [1893.] Paris, Lab. Histol. Trav.,
1891-93, 114-117.

Exanieu histologique des reins dans un cas de mal de



BRIGHT syphilitique precoce. [1893.] Paris, Lab. Histol.
Trav., 1891-93, 121-122.

Syphilis renale precoce. [En collaboration avec M.
HUDELO.] [1893.] Paris, Lab. Histol. Trav., 1891-93,
123-127.

Varices lymphatiques de la muqueuse buccale. Examen
histologique. [1893.] Paris, Lab. Histol. Trav., 1891-93,
138-142.

Examen histologique d'un cas de prurigo recent

d^veloppe' dans 1'adolescence. [1893.] Paris, Lab.
"Histol. Trav., 1891-93, 143-147.
Sur le prurigo simplex. [1894.] Paris, Lab. Histol'.

Trav., 1894-96, 45-48.
Dermatose post-vaccinale en placards, simulant 1'urti-

caire pigment^e. [1894.] Paris, Lab. Histol. Trav.,

1894-95, 53-58.

Sur un nouveau cas de dystrophie papillaire et
pigmentaire: Acanthosis nigricans. Ann. de Dermatol.,
6, 1895, 97-103.

Lupus de la langue, avec examen histologique. (Lupus

papillomateux, avec dege'nerescence hyaline.) Ann. de
Dermatol., 6, 1895, 631-636.

Note sur 1'anatomie pathologique de la maladie dite

"psorospermose folliculaire ve'getante" a propos d'un
cas nouveau. Ann. de Dermatol., 7, 1896, 742-747.



Dermatite herpe'tiforme de DUHRING, eosinophilie.
[1896.] Paris, Lab. Histol. Trav., 1896-97, 87-89.

[Seborrhe'e, pelade et calvitie.] Ann. de Dermatol.,
8, 1897, 623-626.

Becherches anatomo-pathologiques et bact^riologiques
sur les taches e'rythemato-pigmentees de la lepre. Ann.
de Dermatol., 8, 1897, 1229-1247.

Accidents cutan^s cons^cutifs a 1'emploi des rayons X.
[1897.] Paris, Lab. Histol. Trav., 1896-97, 90-96.

Note sur la nature infectieuse de la che'loide. [1898.]

Paris, Lab. Histol. Trav., 1898-99, 68-69.

Sur la neuro-nbromatose. [1898.] Paris, Lab. Histol.



Trav., 1898-99, 70-71.

Les tuberculides. [With discussion.] Congr. Int.
Med. C. K., 1900 (Vol. 9), 140-159.

Die Tuberculide. Wien. Med. Wschr., 50, 1900,



2234-2236.
Darier, [Ferdinand] J[ohn], & Quenu, E. See Quenu &

Darier.
Daries, G. Sur la determination des trajectoires ortho-

gonales de quelques families de courbes planes dont

liquation est donne'e en coordonnees bi-polaires. Nouv.

Ann. Math., 13, 1894, 283-292.
Application de la nomographie au calcul des conduites

d'eau. Brux. Ann. Trav. Pub!., 3 (1898), 168-171.
Dariex, [X. C.]. Sur la permeabilite de 1'oeil aux rayons

de KONTGEX. Ann. d'Oculist., 115, 1896, 218-219.
Dariex, [X. C.], & Rochas, Albert de. Sur la cause de

1'invisibilite des rayons de BONTGEN. Paris, Ac. Sci.

C. B., 122, 1896, 458-459.
Darin, G[ustave]. Traitement des tumeurs par 1'electrolyse.

Observation d'un immense papillome (?) de la face d^truit

par ce precede. Ass. Fran?. C. B., 1894 (Pt. 2), 771-

777.
Nouveau procede d'anesth^sie chirurgicale. Ass.

Franc. C. B., 1894 (Pt. 2), 777-782.

De la mort par 1'electricite. Ass. Fran?. C. B., 1895



(Pt. 2), 395-407.
Darksevic, L. 0. Ueber den Ursprung und den centralen

Verlauf des Nervus accessorius Willisii. Arch. Anat.

Physiol. (Anat. Abth.), 1885, 361-378.
Ueber die hintere Commissur des Gehirns. Neurol.

Centrbl., 4, 1885, 100-101.
Ueber den centralen Ursprung des N. accessorius

Willisii. Neurol. Centrbl., 4, 1885, 134-135.

Zur Anatomie des Corpus quadrigeminum. Neurol.

Centrbl., 4, 1886, 251-252.

Ueber die Bedeutung der hinteren Commissur des



Gehirns. Vorlaufige Mittheilung. Pfliiger, Arch. Physiol.,
36, 1885, 639-640.

Ueber die sogenannten primaren Opticuscentren und
ihre Beziehung zur Grosshirnrinde. Arch. Anat. Physiol.
(Anat. Abth.), 1886, 249-270.

Zur Anatomie der Glandula pinealis. Neurol. Centrbl. ,
5, 1886, 29-30.

Einige Bemerkungen iiber den Faserverlauf in der

hinteren Commissur des Gehirns. Neurol. Centrbl.,

5, 1886, 99-103.

Des fibres pupillaires de la bandelette optique. Paris,

Soc. Biol. Mem., 38, 1886 (C. R.), 529-536.
- Versuche iiber die Durchschneidung der hinteren

Gehirncommissur beim Kaninchen. Pfliiger, Arch.

Physiol., 38, 1886, 120-141.
Ueber den oberen Kern des N. oculomotor ius. Arch.

Anat. Physiol. (Anat. Abth.), 1889, 107-116.

Ueber eine Methode, Schnittserien bei der Bearbeitung
in ihrer Beihenfolge zu bewabren. Ztschr. Wiss. Mikr.,

6, 1889, 43-45.

Zur Frage von den Sensibilitatsstorungen bei Heerd-

erkrankungen des Gehirns. Neurol. Ceutrbl., 9, 1890,



714-718.

Ueber die Kreuzung der Sehnervenfasern.
Ophthalm., 37, 1891 (Abth. I), 1-27.



Arch. f.



Darksevic]



479



[Darton



Ein Fall von Muskelatrophie bei Gelenkerkrankung
[Atrophia muscularis arthropathica]. Neurol. Centrbl.,
10, 1891, 353-361.

Affection der Gelenke und Muskeln bei cerebralen
Hemiplegien. [1891.] Arch. Psychiatr., 24, 1892, 534-
577.

Ueber die Veranderungen in dem centralen Abschnitt
eines motorischen Nerven bei Verletzung des peripheren
Abschnittes. Neurol. Centrbl., 11, 1892, 658-668.

Zur Frage von den secundaren Veranderungen der
weissen Substanz des Biickenmarks bei Erkrankung der
Cauda equina. Neurol. Centrbl., 15, 1896, 5-13.

Zur Frage von den Lahmungserscheinungen bei



Pasteur'schen Impfungen. Neurol. Centrbl., 17, 1898,

98-102.
Darksevic, L. O., & Dejerine, J[ules]. See Dejerine &

Darksevic.
Darksevic, L. O., & Freud, Sigm[nnd]. Ueber die

Beziehung des Strickkorpers zum Hinterstrang und

Hinterstrangskern nebst Bemerkungen iiber zwei Felder

der Oblongata. Neurol. Centrbl., 5, 1886, 121-129.
Darksevic, L. 0., & Pribytkow, G. Ueber die Faser-

systeme am Boden des dritten Hirnventrikels. Neurol.

Centrbl., 10, 1891, 417-429, 576.
Darksevic, L. O., & Tichonow, S. Zur Frage von den

pathologisch-anatomischen Veranderungen bei peripherer

Facialislahmung nichtspecifischen Ursprungs. Neurol.

Centrbl., 12, 1893, 329-339.
Darley, C. W. Notes on damage caused by lightning to

Seal Bocks lighthouse on 10th July, 1900. N. S. Wales

Boy. Soc. Jl., 34, 1900, 98-102.
Darley, Thomas. Beech trees and lightning. Science, 18,

1891, 79-80.
Darling, C. H. Action of chlorine in presence of H.,S0 4 .

Chem. News, 69, 1894, 232.
Darling, Charles R[oberi], & Young, James. See Young

& Darling.
Darling, E. A. Observations on the sterilisation of catgut.

Boston Soc. Med. Sci. JL, 3, 1899, 269-273.
Darling, G. A. Notes on assaying. [1894.] S. Africa

Chem. Metall. Soc. Proc., 1 (1894-97), 12-14.
Darling, J. D. A new primary battery. (The Harrison

cell.) Franklin Inst. Jl., 148, 1899, 55-65.
Darling, S. Screw-micrometer. Micr. Soc. Jl., 1887,

652-654.
Darling, William. For biographical notice see N. Y. Med.

JL, 41, 1885, 15-16.
Darlington, Fredk. SHALLENBERGKR'S system of street

lighting by alternating currents. Electrician, 20, 1888,

453-454.
Darlington, L., & Talbot, E. B. A study of certain

methods of distracting the attention. Distraction by

musical sounds ; the effect of pitch upon attention.

[1898.] Amer. JL Psychol., 9, 1897-98, 332-345.
Darmstadter, Ludwig. Wanderungen in den westlicheu

Dolomiten. Deutsch. Alpenver. Ztschr., 20, 1889, 283-

305.
Aus einem vergessenen Excursionsgebiete des

Schweizer Alpenclubs. Deutsch. Alpenver. Ztschr.,

24, 1893, 217-248.
Darmstaedter, Ludwig, & Lifschutz, 7[saac]. Beitrage

zur Kenntniss der Zusammensetzung des Wollfettes.

Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 28, 1895, 3133-3135 ; 29, 1896,

618-622, 1474-1477, 2890-2900 ; 31, 1898, 97-103, 1122-

1127.

[0 cojtepJKaHiii aaoia BT> iiiepc'raHOM'L auip-k

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Soc. JL, 30 (Chem.), 1898, 126, 401-402; Paris Soc.

Chim. Bull., 20, 1898, 895.
Darnall, William Edgar. The clinical significance of the

discharges in infantile diarrhoea. N. Y. Med. JL, 66,

1897, 82-85.



Darnell-Smith, G. P. On the oxidation of ammonia in
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95, 304-306.

Darragon, Leon. Le Sidama, 1'Amara, le Konso, etc.
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Darricade, . "[Notes meteorologiques.] Pau (Basses-
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Darrieus, G. Ein neuer Nicht-BIei-Akkumulator. [1894.]
Ztschr. Elektroch., 1895-96, 84-85.

Etude theorique sur les piles reversibles. Eclairage

Elect., 14 (1898), 141-155, 229-237, 370-374, 498-503
555-561.

Dartigolles, . Tetanos et endocardite. Mort du

malade au huitieme jour. Bordeaux Soc. Med. Mem.,
1892, 666-689.

Darton, Hugh. List of mosses collected in the neighbour-
hood of Hertford. [1896.] Herts. Nat. Hist. Soc. Trans.,
9, 1898, 104-108.

Darton, Nelson Horatio. On the occurrence of native
silver in New Jersey. Amer. Jl. Sci., 30, 1885, 80-81.

Preliminary notice of fo.ssils in the Hudson Biver
slates of the southern part of Orange Co., N. Y., and
elsewhere. Amer. Jl. Sci., 30, 1885, 452-454.

On the area of Upper Silurian rocks near Cornwall

station, eastern-central Orange Co., N. Y. Amer. JL
Sci., 31, 1886, 209-216.

- The Taconic controversy in a nutshell. Science, 7,

1886, 78-79.

North American geology for 1886. Smithsonian Bep.,

1887, 189-229.

Bibliography of North American geology for 1886.
U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 44, 1887, 35 pp.

On the great lava flows and intrusive trap sheets of
the Newark system in New Jersey. Amer. Jl. Sci., 38,

1889, 134-139.

- The relations of the traps of the Newark system in
the New Jersey region. U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 67,

1890, 82 pp.

Mesozoic and Cenozoic formations of Eastern Virginia
and Maryland. [1890.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 2, 1891,
431-450.

On a jointed earth-auger for geological explorations in
soft deposits. Amer. Geologist, 7, 1891, 117-119.

Notes on the geology of the Florida phosphate deposits.
Amer. Jl. Sci., 41, 1891, 102-105.

Becord of a deep well at Lake Worth, southern Florida.
Amer. Jl. Sci., 41, 1891, 105-106.

Becord of North American geology for 1887[-91].
U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 75, 1891, 173 pp. ; No. 91,

1891, 88 pp. ; No. 99, 1892, 73 pp.

On fossils in the Lafayette formation in Virginia.
Amer. Geologist, 9, 1892, 181-183.

Notes on the stratigraphy of a portion of central
Appalachian Virginia. Amer. Geologist, 10, 1892, 10-
18.

Fossils in the " Archaean " rocks of central Piedmont,
Virginia. Amer. JL Sci., 44, 1892, 50-52.

On two overthrusts in eastern New York. Amer.



Geol. Soc. Bull., 4, 1893, 436-439.

- The stratigraphic relations of the Oneonta and
Chemung formations in eastern central New York.
Amer. Jl. Sci., 45, 1893, 203-209.

- The Magothy formation of northeastern Maryland.
Amer. Jl. Sci., 45, 1893, 407-419.

[On the Cenozoic history of Eastern Virginia and



Maryland.] Amer. Jl. Sci., 46, 1893, 305.
Keport on the relations of the Helderberg Limestones
and associated formations in eastern New York. N. Y.
Geologist Bep., 1893, 199-228; N. Y. Mus. Bep., 47,
1894, 391-422.



DartonJ



480



[Darwin



Preliminary report on the geology of Albany county.

N. Y. Geologist Bep., 1893, 231-261 ; N. Y. Mus. Rep.,

47, 1894, 423-455.
Preliminary report on the geology of Ulster county.

N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1893, 291-372 ; N. Y. Mus. Rep.,

47, 1894, 483-566.

Geology of the Mohawk valley in Herkimer, Fulton,

Montgomery and Saratoga counties. N. Y. Geologist

Rep., 1893, 409-429; N. Y. Mus. Rep., 47, 1894, 601-623.
Geologic relations from Green Pond, New Jersey, to

Skunnemunk mountain, New York. [1893.] Amer.

Geol. Soc. Bull., 5, 1894, 367-394.
Outline of Cenozoic history of a portion of the middle

Atlantic slope. Jl. Geol. (Chicago), 2, 1894, 568-587.
A preliminary description of the faulted region of

Herkimer, Fulton, Montgomery and Saratoga counties.

N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1894, 33-56; N. Y. Mus. Rep.,

48, 1895 (Vol. 2), 31-53.

[Administrative] report. [1895.] U. S. Geol. Surv.

Rep., 1893-94, 153-155.
Artesian well prospects in Eastern Virginia, Maryland

and Delaware. [1894.] Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans.,

24, 1895, 372-397.
Examples of stream-robbing in the Catskill moun'tains.

[1895.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 7, 1898, 505-507.
Notes on relations of lower members of the coastal

plain series in South Carolina. [1895.] Amer. Geol.

Soc. Bull., 7, 1896, 512-518.
Re'sume' of general stratigraphic relations in the

Atlantic coastal plain from New Jersey to South

Carolina. [1895.] Science, 3, 1896, 57.
Notes on the geology of the Black Hills of Dakota.

Science, 3, 1896, 418.

Catalogue and index to contributions to North

American geology 1732-1891. U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull.,
No. 127, 1896, 1045 pp.

Artesian well prospects in the Atlantic coastal plain

region. U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 138, 1896, 232 pp.
Preliminary report on artesian waters of a portion of

the Dakotas. [1896.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Rep., 1895-96

(Pt. 2), 603-694.
Dikes in Appalachian Virginia. [1896.] Jl. Geol.

(Chicago), 5, 1897, 324; Science, 5, 1897, 84.
New development in well boring and irrigation in

eastern South Dakota, 1896. [1897.] U. S. Geol. Surv.

Rep., 1896-97 (Pt. 4), 561-615.
Discovery of marine Cretaceous in boring at Norfolk,

Virginia. [1897.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 9, 1898, 414-

416.

Geothermal data from deep artesian wells in the

Dakotas. [1897.] Amer. Jl. Sci., 5, 1898, 161-168.

Tertiary of South Dakota and Nebraska. Science, 7,

1898, 359.
Preliminary report on the geology and water resources

of Nebraska west of the one hundred and third meridian.

[1899.] U..S. Geol. Surv. Rep., 1897-98 (Pt. 4), 719-785.

Jurassic formations of the Black Hills of South

Dakota. [1898.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 10, 1899,
383-396.

Mesozoic stratigraphy in the southeastern Black Hills.

[1898.] Science, 9, 1899, 103.
Mesozoic stratigraphy of Black Hills of South Dakota.

[1899.] Science, 11, 1900, 143.
Tertiary shore lines and deposits in the Black Hills.

[1899.] Science, 11, 1900, 144.
Physiographic development of the Black Hills. Science,

11, 1900, 825.
Comparison of stratigraphy of the Black Hills with

that of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. [1900.]

Science, 13, 1901, 188.
Barton, Nelson Horatio, & Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth.

See Clarke & Darton.
Darton, Nelson Horatio, & Diller, Joseph Silas. On the



occurrence of basalt dikes in the Upper Paleozoic series
in central Appalachian Virginia. With notes on the
petrography. Amer. Jl. Sci., 39, 1890, 269-271.

Darton, Nelson Horatio, & Keith, Arthur. On dikes of
felsophyre and basalt in paleozoic rocks in central
Appalachian Virginia ; with notes on the petrography.
Amer. Jl. Sci., 6, 1898, 305-315.

Darton, Nelson Horatio, & Kemp, James Furman. A newly
discovered dike at De Witt, near Syracuse, New York.
Geologic notes by N. H. DARTON. Petrographic de-
scription by J. F. KEMP. Amer. Jl. ScL, 49, 1895,
456-462.

Darton, Nelson Horatio, McGee, W. J., Williams, George
Huntington, & Willis, Bailey. See McGee, Williams,
Willis '& Darton.

Daruty, Clement. Contribution a la matiere m^dicale de
Pile Maurice. Sur les propri^tes me"dicinales de quelques-
unes de nos plantes indigenes : Siegesbeckia orientalis.
Bordeaux Soc. Med. Me"m., 1888, 332-357.

Darvas, . Ueber das Nervensystem eines Anencephalus

verglichen mit dem Nervensystem normaler Neugeborener.
Anat. Anz., 9, 1894 (Anat. Ges. Verh.), 187-193.

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Darwin, Francis. The absorption of water by plants.

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[1886.]



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The Knight-Darwin law. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1898, 1068;
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Darwin]



481



[Dasent



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On geotropism and the localization of the sensitive

region. Ann. Bot., 13, 1899, 567-574; Brit. Ass. Rep.,

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1898, 76-90.

On the injection of the intercellular spaces occurring
in the leaves of Elodea during recovery from plasmolysis.
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Darwin, Francis, & Phillips, Reginald W. On the tran-
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*The internal densities of the planets. [1877.]

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*A tidal theory of the evolution of satellites. [1879.]

Observatory, London, 3, 1880, 79-84.
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Beport of the Committee... for preparing instructions

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tidal observations. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1886, 40-58.
[Presidential address to the Math, and Phys. Sci.

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Tidal friction and the evolution of a satellite. Nature,

33, 1886, 367-368 ; 34, 1886, 287-288.
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[1886.] Boy. Soc. Proc., 41, 1887, 337-342.
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Note on Mr. DAVISON'S paper on the straining of the

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[1887.] Phil. Trans. (A), 178, 1888, 379-428.
The meteoric theory of nebulae, etc. Nature, 39, 1889,

460.
Meteorites and the history of stellar systems. Boy.

Inst. Proc., 12, 1889, 379-383.
Second series of results of the harmonic analysis of

tidal observations. Boy. Soc. Proc., 45, 1889, 556-611.
On the mechanical conditions of a swarm of meteorites,

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180, 1890, 1-69.
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R. S. XIV.



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KINGSMILL'S paper. [1892.] Nature, 47 (1892-93), 30.
On an apparatus for facilitating the reduction of tidal

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L'evolution des etoiles doubles. Astronomie, 1893,

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BOCHE'S limit. [1893.] Nature, 47 (1892-93), 581-

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The evolution of satellites. [1898.] Smithsonian
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Periodic orbits. Math. Ann., 51, 1899, 523-583.

The theory of the figure of the Earth carried to the

second order of small quantities. [1899.] Astr. Soc.
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Darwin, George H[oward], & Baird, (Maj.) A[ndrew]
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Darwin, Horace. On a self-recording barometer. Cam-
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