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547.

Eeaction-time apparatus for the determination of

association times, and of differences between reactions
to auditory and visual signals. Jl. Physiol., 20, 1896,
77-81.

The positions of retinal images. Nature, 54 (1896),

54.

On the proof of the formula S=ut + %ft*. [1897.]

Math. Gaz., 1, 1900, 81-82.

Dixon, Frank, & Hewitt, John Theodore. See Hewitt &
Dixon.

Dixon, G. , & Easterfield, Thomas Hill. Note on the
oxidation of charcoal by nitric acid. [1898.] Chem.
Soc. Proc., 14, 1899, 163, xxxv.

Dixon, G. B. Do bees return home by instinct or intelli-
gence? Leicester Soc. Trans., 3, 1895, 489.

Reciprocity between insects and flowers. [1895.]

Leicester Soc. Trans., 4, 1898, 73-79.

The life history of the Neuroptera Odonata. [1896.]

Leicester Soc. Trans., 4, 1898, 227-229.
Supposed causes of variation. [1896.] Leicester Soc.

Trans., 4, 1898, 374-385.
Leicestershire Lepidoptera, 1898. Ent. Eecord, 10,

1898, 252-254.

A group of insects' home-made cradles. [1897.]

Leicester Soc. Trans., 5, 1901, 13-24.

[Notes on a visit to Folkestone.] [1898.] Leicester

Soc. Trans., 5, 1901, 83.

Lepidopterous wing- fasteners. [1899.] Leicester Soc.



283.



Suffolk mosses. Jl. Bot., 23, 1885, 311 ; 24, 1886,



Trans., 5, 1901, 381-384.
Dixon, George G. Four months of travel in British Guiana.

Geogr. Jl., 5, 1895, 337-345.

Dixon, George Y[eates]. Notes on two Irish specimens of
. Edwardsia timida (Quatrefages). [1886.] Dublin Soc.

Sci. Proc., 5, 1886-87, 100-106.

Remarks on Sagartia venusta and Sagartia nivea.

[1888.] Dublin Soc. Sci. Proc., 6, 1888-90, 111-127.

Dixon, George Y[eates], & Dixon, A[ndrew] Francis. Notes
on Bunodes Thallia, Bunodes verrucosa, and Tealia
crassicornis. [1889.] Dublin Soc. Sci. Proc., 6, 1888-
90, 310-326.

Note on Tealia tuberculata and T. crassicornis. Ann.

Mag. Nat. Hist., 5, 1890, 66-69.

Report on the marine invertebrate fauna near Dublin.

[1891.] Irish Ac. Proc., 2, 1891-93, 19-33.

Notes on Depastrum cyathiforme. [1890.] Dublin

Soc. Sci. Proc., 8, 1893-98, 180-183.

Dixon, George Y[eates~], & Haddon, Alfred C\prf\. See

Haddon & Dixon.

Dixon, H\ugh] N[eville~]. New localities for rare mosses.
. Jl. Bot., 22, 1884, 149.

Northamptonshire mosses. Jl. Bot., 22, 1884, 235-

237; 23, 1885, 246-247.

Abnormal reproduction in mosses. [1884.] North-
ampton. Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 3, 1884-85, 87-97.

[Lists of Northamptonshire mosses.] [1884-99.]



Northampton. Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 3, 1884-85, 110-115,
280-281 ; 4, 1886-87, 106-108, 308-309 ; 5, 1888-89,
189-190, 269-272; 6,1890-91, 54-55, 246-248; 10 (1898-
1900), 183-190, 217-222, 239-258, 279-280.

A new species of Catharinea, Ehrhart.

1885, 169-170; 25, 1887, 314.

Tulipa sylvestris in Northamptonshire.



Jl. Bot., 23,



A new species of Catharinea, Ehrhart ( = Atrichum,

P. Beauvois). [1885.] Northampton. Nat. Hist. Soc.

JL, 3, 1884-85, 224.
The mosses of Rossshire. Jl. Bot., 24, 1886, 263-

265.
Polypodium calcareum, Sm., in Northamptonshire.

Jl. Bot., 24, 1886, 284.
Lycopodium clavatum, L., in Northamptonshire.

[1886.] Northampton. Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 4, 1886-87,

12; Jl. Bot., 24, 1886, 285.

Webera cucullata, Schwgr., in Britain. Jl. Bot., 25,



1887, 56-57.

Grimmia commutata, Htibn., in Essex. Jl. Bot., 25,

1887, 314.

Webera cucullata, Schwgr., in Ross. [1887.] Scott.
Natlist., 9, 1887-88, 91-92.

[Araucaria cones.] [1890.] Nature, 43, 1891, 129.

The mosses of Co. Donegal. Jl. Bot., 29, 1891, 359-



362.



Potentilla reptans, var. microphylla, Trattinick
(Rosacearum Monographia, iv. 80, 1824). Jl. Bot., 30,
1892, 309.

Notes on Northamptonshire plants. [1892-97.]
Northampton. Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 7, 1892-93, 95-97;
8, 1894-95, 64-65; 9, 1896-97, 262-264.

Potentilla reptans, var. microphylla, in Northants.



[1892.] Northampton. Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 7, 1892-93,
97.

Papaver Rhoaas, var. strigosum, Bngh. [1892.]
Northampton. Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 7, 1892-93, 112-113;
Jl. Bot., 30, 1892, 309 ; 31, 1893, 310.

Hypnurn hamifolium, Schpr., in England. Rev.



Bryol., 19, 1892, 22.
Notes on the British species of Campylopus. Jl. Bot.,

31, 1893, 105-107.
Figs. [1893.] Northampton. Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 7,

1892-93, 153-158.
Analogous variations in Sphagnaceas (peat-mosses).

Science, 22, 1893, 44-45.
Range of Utricularia minor. Jl. Bot., 32, 1894, 88.

Plant remains in peat. Jl. Bot., 33, 1895, 216.
Northamptonshire Characeae. [1888.] Northampton.

Nat. Hist. Soc. JL, 9, 1896-97, 203-206.

Thuidium Philiberti, Limpr., a new British moss.

Jl. Bot., 35, 1897, 16-17.

Thuidium or Thyidium. Rev. Bryol., 24, 1897,

39-40.

Some county lists of mosses. Jl. Bot., 36, 1898,

184-188, 261-264.

Plagiothecium Mullerianurn, Schimp., in Britain.



Jl. Bot., 36, 1898, 241-246.
Botany of Martin's brickyard. [1898.] Northampton.

Nat. Hist. Soc. JL, 10, 1898-1900, 138.
Carnarvonshire mosses. JL Bot., 37, 1899, 132-133,

273.
Bryological notes from the west Highlands. JL Bot.,

37, 1899, 300-310.
Weisia crispata in Britain. Jl. Bot., 37, 1899, 375-

377.
Plagiothecium Miillerianuui, Schp., and the allied

species. Rev. Bryol., 26, 1899, 17-21.
Hypnum canariense (Mitt.), Jceg. et Sauerb., and H.

circinale, Hook. Rev. Bryol., 26, 1899, 89-92.
Bryum meeseoides, Kindb., a new European moss.

Rev. Bryol., 26, 1899, 92-93.
Pembrokeshire mosses. Jl. Bot., 38, 1900, 133-



Jl. Bot., 23,



1885, 253.



134.

Amblystegium compactum in Britain. Jl. Bot., 38,
1900, 175-182.

New and rare mosses from Ben Lawers. JL Bot.,
38, 1900, 330-335.



Dixon]



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[Dixon



A remarkable form of Trichostomum tortuosum.

Kev. Bryol., 27, 1900, 36-37.

Dixon, H[ugh] N[eville], & Law, Wilby. Phenological
observations. [1884-98.] Northampton. Nat. Hist. Soc.
Jl., 3, 1884-85, 77-78, 152-153, 163-166; 4, 1886-87,
12, 54-56, 223, 238-240; 5, 1888-89, 130-132; 6, 1890-91,
50-51, 254-255, xii ; 7, 1892-93, 92-94, 248-249; 8,
1894-95, 104-105, 271-272 ; 9, 1896-97, 81-83, 265-267 ;
10 (1898-1900), 155-156.

Dixon, Harold Baily. On the incomplete combustion of
gases. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1884, 671-672.

On the velocity of explosions in gases. Brit. Ass.

Rep., 1884, 688.

Conditions of chemical change in gases : hydrogen,

carbonic oxide, and oxygen. [1884.] Phil. Trans., 175,

1885, 617-684.

The rate of explosion of hydrogen and oxygen. Brit.

Ass. Rep., 1885, 905.

The preservation of gases over mercury. Chem.

News, 54, 1886, 227-228.

The combustion of carbonic oxide and hydrogen.

Chem. Soc. Jl., 49, 1886, 94-112.

The combustion of cyanogen. Chem. Soc. JL, 49,

1886, 384-391.

On the union of hydrogen and nitrogen. Manchester

Lit. Phil. Soc. Mem. & Proc., 1, 1888, 91-92.

[The explosion of a mixture of hydrogen, chlorine

and oxygen.] Nature, 40, 1889, 587.

The rate of explosions in gases. [With discussion."]



Fed. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 3, 1892, 312-321.
The rate of explosions in gases. [1891.] Roy. Inst.



Proc., 13, 1893, 443-450.

The rate of explosions in gases. Manchester Lit.
Phil. Soc. Mem. & Proc., 7, 1893, 128-158.

[Explosions in mines, with special reference to the
dust theory.] Nature, 48 (1893), 530.

Bakerian lecture. The rate of explosion in gases.
[1893.] Phil. Trans. (A), 184, 1894, 97-188.

[Presidential address to the Chem. Sci. Sect.] An



Oxford school of chemists. Brit. Ass. Rep. , 1894, 594-604.

The explosion of gases in glass vessels. [1894.]

Nature, 51 (1894-95), 151-152.

The mode of formation of carbonic acid in the burning
of carbon compounds. Chem. Soc. Jl., 69, 1896, 774-
789.

[Gaseous explosions.] Nature, 56 (1897), 463.

On the mode of burning of carbon. Chem. Soc. Jl.,

75, 1899 (Pt. 2), 630-639.
Dixon, Harold Baily, & Baker, H[erberf] Brereton. The

chemical inactivity of Rontgen rays. Chem. Soc. Jl.,

69, 1896, 1308-1309.
Dixon, Harold Baily, & Cain, John CannelL On the

instantaneous pressures produced in the explosion-wave.

Manchester Lit. Phil. Soc. Mem. & Proc., 8, 1894, 174-

180.
Dixon, Harold Baily, & Marker, John Allen. On the

combination of hydrogen and chlorine, alone, and in

presence of other gases. Manchester Lit. Phil. Soc.

Mem. & Proc., 3, 1890, 118-122.
The rate of explosion of hydrogen and chlorine in the

dry and in the moist states. [1890.] Manchester Lit.

Phil. Soc. Mem. & Proc., 4, 1891, 3-8.
On the detonation of chlorine peroxide. Chem. Soc.

Jl., 69, 1896, 789-792.

See also ZXarker & Dixon.
Dixon, Harold Baily, & Lean, Bevan. See Lean &

Dixon.
Dixon, Harold Baily, & Lowe, Hubert F[oster]. The

decomposition of carbonic acid gas by the electric spark.

Chem. Soc. Jl., 47, 1885, 571-576.
Dixon, Harold Baily, & Feterkin, James Dysart. The

action of nitric oxide on nitrogen peroxide. Chem. Soc.

Jl., 75, 1899 (Pt. 2), 613-630, 1219.

E. 8. XIV.



Dixon, Harold Baily, & Bixon, F. W. The specific heat
of gases at temperatures up to 400 C. Brit. Ass. Rep.,
1900, 697-698.

[Results of experiments on the specific heat of gases

at high temperatures.] [1900.] Manchester Lit. Phil.
Soc. Mem. & Proc., 45, 1901, ii.

Dixon, Harold Baily, & Russell, Edward John. Ex-
plosion of chlorine peroxide with carbonic oxide. Chem.

Soc. Jl., 71, 1897 (Pt. 2), 605-607.
The combustion of carbon disulphide. Chem. Soc.

Jl., 75, 1899 (Pt. 1), 600-613.
Dixon, Harold Baily, & Smith, H[arry] W[ood]. The

incompleteness of combustion in explosions. Brit. Ass.

Rep., 1888, 632.
Incompleteness of combustion in gaseous explosions.

[1888.] Manchester Lit. Phil. Soc. Mem. & Proc., 2,

1889, 2-7.
Dixon, Harold Baily, Strange, E[dward] H[alford], &

Graham, E[dward]. The explosion of cyanogen. Chem.

Soc. JL, 69, 1896, 759-774.
Dixon, Harold G. The mode of observing the phenomena

of earthquakes. Nature, 42, 1890, 491.
Dixon, Henry H. The locomotion of arthropods. [1891-

92.] Nature, 43, 1891, 223-224; 47 (1892-93), 56-58;

Rev. Sci., 50, 1892, 841-843.
Preliminary note on the walking of some of the

Arthropoda. '[1892.] Dublin Soc. Sci. Proc., 7,1891-92,

574-578.
On the germination of seeds in the absence of bacteria.

[1892.] Dublin Soc. Sci. Trans., 5, 1893-96, 1-4.
Fertilization of Pinus silvestris. Ann. Bot., 8, 1894,

21-34.
On the vegetative organs of Vanda teres. [1894.]

Irish Ac. Proc., 3, 1893-96, 441-458.
On the chromosomes of Lilium longiflorum. [1895.]

Irish Ac. Proc., 3, 1893-96, 707-720.
Note on the nuclei of the endosperm of Fritillaria

imperialis. [1895.] Irish Ac. Proc., 3, 1893-96, 721-

726.



[Preparations of the pollen mother-cells of Lilium
longiflorum.] Irish Natlist., 4, 1895, 341-342.

Note on the role of osmosis in transpiration. [1896.]



Irish Ac. Proc., 3, 1893-96, 767-775.'

On the osmotic pressure in the cells of leaves. [1896.]



Irish Ac. Proc., 4, 1896-98, 61-73.

The tensile strength of cell-walls. Ann. Bot., 11,
1897, 585-588.

Structure of Codium. Ann. Bot., 11, 1897, 588-590.

Transpiration into a space saturated with water.
[1897.] Nature, 57 (1897-98), 173.

Gelatine as a fixative. Ann. Bot., 12, 1898, 117-118.

On the effects of stimulative and anesthetic gases on
transpiration. [1898.] Irish Ac. Proc., 4, 1896-98, 618-
626.



Transpiration into a saturated atmosphere. [1898.]
Irish Ac. Proc., 4, 1896-98, 627-635.

Self-parasitism of Cuscuta reflexa. [1898.] Irish Ac.
Proc., 5, 1898-1900, 219-220.

The possible function of the nucleolus in heredity.



Ann. Bot., 13, 1899, 269-278.
On the first mitosis of the spore-mother-cells of

Lilium. [1899.] Irish Ac. Proc., 6, 1900-02, 1-12.
On the structure of coccospheres and the origin of

coccoliths. Roy. Soc. Proc., 66, 1900, 305-315.
Dixon, Henry H., & Joly, J[phn~\. The path of the

transpiration-current. Ann. Bot., 9, 1895, 403-420.

On the ascent of sap. [1894-95.] Phil. Trans. (B),
186, 1896, 563-576.

On some minute organisms found in the surface-water

of Dublin and Killiuey bays. [1898.] Dublin Soc. Sci.
Proc., 8, 1893-98, 741-752.

Ascent of sap. Nature, 62 (1900), 572.
See also Joly & Dixon.

79



Dixon]



[Dmochowski



Dixon, James. For biographical notice sec Med.-Chir.

Trans., 79, 1896, civ-cvi.
Dixon, James Main. *[The remarkable sunsets.] [1883.]

Nature, 29, 1884, 196.
Dixon, E. M. The strychnine tree. [1894.] Bombay

Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 9, 1894-95, 102-105.
On the size of mango trees. [1895.] Bombay Nat.

Hist. Soc. Jl., 9, 1894-95, 488.
The giant orchis. [1896.] Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc.

Jl., 10, 1895-97, 328.
Dixon, Roland B., & Drew, Charles D. Observations on

the physiography of western Massachusetts. Science, 6,

1897, 847.
Dixon, Samuel. Notes on the supposed coal-beds of the

Fitzgerald river. [1884.] S. Aust. Roy. Soc. Trans., 7,

1885, 9.
Remarks on some indigenous shrubs of South Australia

suitable for cultivation as fodder. [1885.] S. Aust. Roy.

Soc. Trans., 8, 1886, 14-27.
On a subterranean water-supply for the Broken Hill

mines. S. Aust. Roy. Soc. Trans., 14, 1891, 200-209.
The effects of settlement and pastoral occupation in

Australia upon the indigenous vegetation. S. Aust. Roy.

Soc. Trans., 15, 1892, 195-206.

Dixon, Samuel G. The development of Bacillus tuber-
culosis. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1890, 438-440.
Report of experiments now being pursued in the

bacteriological laboratory of the Academy. Philad. Ac.

Nat. Sci. Proc., 1891, 161-164.
Involution form of the tubercle bacillus and the effect

of subcutaneous injections of inorganic substances on

inflammations. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1893, 100-

103.
Dixon, Stephen M. On twisted copper wire. [1887.]

Dublin Soc. Sci. Proc., 5, 1886-87, 646-648.
The photo-electric effect of star-light. Astr. & Astro-

phys., 11, 1892, 844.
Dixon, W. F. The metric system, as viewed by an

American in Russia. Amer. Engineer & Railroad Jl.,

72, 1898, 368.
Dixon, Walter. Latest developments and the practical

application of alternating multiphase machinery for

electric power transmission. [With discussion.] [1897.]

Fed. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 14, 1898, 328-341.
Dixon, Walter E. The vascular mechanism of the testis.

Brit. Ass. Rep., 1899, 901.
The physiological action of the alkaloids derived from

Anhalonium Lewinii. [1899.] Jl. Physiol., 25, 1899-

1900, 69-86.
A note on the physiological action of POEHL'S spermine.

[1900.] Jl. Physiol., 25, 1899-1900, 356-363.
Dixon, WUl[iam] A. On the constitution of acids. Phil,
j., 21, 1886, 127-130.
On checks in analysis. Chem. News, 55, 1887, 228-

229.

Some considerations in regard to the formation of
coal and carbonaceous minerals. Aust. Ass. Rep., 1888,
125-137, xxxv.

Note on diffusion. Chem. News, 60, 1889, 164.
Note on the composition of two sugar plantation soils.



N. S.



N. S. Wales Roy. Soc. JL, 23 (1889), 32-35.
Well and river waters of New South Wales.
Wales Roy. Soc. Jl., 23 (1889), 465-472.

On artesian water in connection with irrigation. N. S.



Wales Roy. Soc. JL, 27 (1893), 466-468.
Note on loss of heat by imperfect combustion. Chem.

News, 70, 1894, 248.
Note on the so-called "selective action" of cyanide of

potassium for gold. [With discussion.] [1897.] Inst.

Min. Metall. Trans., 6, 1898, 88-93.

Insusceptibility of insects to poisons. [1898.] Nature,

57 (1897-98), 365.
Dixon, William S. [Report of the Eclipse Expedition to



Caroline Island, May, 1883.] Notes on the zoology of
Caroline Island. Washington, Nat. Ac. Mem., 2, 1884,
90-93.

- [Report of the Eclipse Expedition to Caroline Island,
May, 1883.] Washington, Nat. Ac. Mem., 2, 1884, 143.

Dixon-Nuttall, F. E. Euchlanis bicarinata, Perty. Micr.
Soc. JL, 1893, 639-640.

- Copeus pachyurus (male). [1893.] Quekett Micr.
Club JL, 5, [1894], 333-334.

- On the male of Stephanoceros Eichhorni. Micr. Soc.
JL, 1896, 166.

Dixson, (Mrs.) J. E. Germination of Phoenix dactylifera.

Denison Univ. Sci. Lab. Bull., 5, 1890, 8-9.
Dixson, Thomas. On the active principle of castor oil.

[1886.] Med.-Chir. Trans., 70, 1887, 107-116.
Djakonov, Dm[itrij] I[vanovi]. Nouveau barometre a

siphon. Jl. Phys., 3, 1884, 27-29.

- HOBOMI Melon's onpe.H'BJieHiH TGMOTH ropi>-
Hia OpraHHieCKHXt rkl'b. [On a new method for
measuring the heat of combustion of organic compounds.]
Russ. Phys.-Chem. Soc. JL, 17 (Chem.), 1885, 283-284;
Chem. Soc. JL, 50, 1886 (Abs.), 115-116.

- B03MOJKHOCTH ynoTpe6.neHiH ciepeocKOiia KM

cpeflHHro THna ,a,Byx r i> Jiiim. [On the



possibility of using the stereoscope to obtain the mean
type of two faces.] Russ. Phys.-Chem. Soc. JL, 17
(Phys.), 1885, 78.

- HOBHH TJiaSHOH MHEpOMeip-b. [Projet d'un
nouveau micrometre oculaire.] Russ. Phys.-Chem. Soc.
JL, 18 (Phys.), 1886, 120-122; JL Phys., 7, 1888, 220.

Djakovskij, - , Osipov, Ivan P[avlovi], & Nlkolaev,

P. D. See Osipov, XVikolaev & Djakovskij.
Djelaleddin-Moukhtar, - . De la trichophytie des

regions palmaire et plantaire. Ann. de Derma,tol., 3,

1892, 885-915.
Djeri, L. de. Les bateaux sous-marins. Rev. Sci., 50,

1892, 500-503.

- Les grands mouvements de 1'atmosphere. Rev. Sci.,
. 50, 1892, 550-555, 711-718.

- Les alliages de Paluminium. Rev. Sci., 51, 1893,

552-558.
Djierdjian, G[eorg], & Bamberger, Eugen. See Bam-

berger & Djierdjian.
Diuski, Jan. Piwa Iwowskie. [Lemberg beer.] Kosmos

(Lwow), 13, 1888, 16-23.
Dxnitriev, Aleksandr [Nikolajevic]. Die Veranderung des

elastischen Gewebes der Arterienwande bei Arterio-

sklerose. Beitr. Path. Anat., 22, 1897, 207-247.
Dmitriev, Aleksandr Alekseevic. [0 JTOJKHHXl COJIH-

n,axT> HM-BBIUHXI Bi> T. IlepMii 28 anp-fejifl 1889 r.

Sur des faux soleils vus & Perm le 28 avril v. st. 1889.]
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Dmitriewski, A". Elimination de 1'azote et du phosphore
apres 1'injection de toxines soumises prealablement a
1'action de courants & haute tension et & haute frequence.
[1900.] Physiologiste Russe, 2 (1900-02), 121-127.

Dmitriewsky, Peter. Ueber die concentrischen Korper
der Mandelknoten. Int. Jl. Anat., 8, 1891, 510-513.

Dmochowski, Z. Ueber secundare Erkrankungen der
Mandeln und der Balgdriisen an der Zungenwurzel bei
Schwindsiichtigen. Beitr. Path. Anat., 10, 1891, 481-
493.

- Ueber secundare Affectionen der Nasenrachenhohle
bei Phthisikern. Beitr. Path. Anat., 16, 1894, 109-133.

- Beitrag zur Lehre iiber die pathogenen Eigenschaften
des Friedlander'schen Pneumococcus. Centrbl. Bakt.,
15, 1894, 581-588.

- Hydrops antri Highmori entziindlicher Natur. Centrbl.
Path'., 6, 1894, 177-181.

Dmocnowski, Z., & Janowski, W. Ueber die eiterer-
regende Wirkung des Crotonols. Beitrag zur Theorie



Dmochowski]



627



[Doberck



der Eiterentstehung. Arch. Exper. Path., 34, 1894, 105-

136.
Ein seltener Fall von totaler cystischer Entartung der

Leber. Beitr. Path. Anat., 16, 1894, 102-108.
Beitrag zur Lehre von den pyogenen Eigenschaften

des Typhusbacillus. Centrbl. Bakt., 15, 1894, 216-

225.
Zwei Falle von eitriger Entziindung der Gallengiinge

(Angiocholitis suppurativa), hervorgerufen durch das

Bacterium coli commune. Centrbl. Path., 5, 1894, 153-

168.

Ueber die Eiterung erregende Wirkung des Typhus-
bacillus und die Eiterung bei Abdominaltyphus im

Allgemeinen. Beitr. Path. Anat., 17, 1895, 221-368.
Dmochowski, Z., & Sokolowski, Alfred. See Sokolowski

& Dmochowski.
Doan, (Miss) Martha. Index to the literature of thallium,

1861-96. [1899.] Smithsonian Miscell. Coll., 41, 1902,

Art. 1, 26 pp.
Doan, (Miss) Martha, Dennis, L[ouis\ M[unroe], & Gill,

A[dam] Capen. See Dennis, Doan & Gill.
Doane, F. W. W. The rainfall in 1896. [1897.] N. Scotia

Inst. Sci. Proc. & Trans., 9, 1898, 279-290.
Doane, R. W. A new trypetid of economic importance.

Philad., Ent. News, 9, 1898, 69-72.

Notes on Trypetidae with descriptions of new species.
N. Y. Ent. Soc. Jl., 7, 1899, 177-193.

New North American Tipulidas. N. Y. Ent. Soc. Jl.,
8, 1900, 182-198.

Notes on a new sugar-beet pest, with a description of

the species. Philad., Ent. News, 11, 1900, 390-391.
Doassans, E., & Patouillard, N[arcisse], Champignons

du Beam (2 e liste). Bev. Mycol., 8, 1886, 25-28.
Dobbeler, de. Eine Dampfschifffahrt nach der Miin-

dung des Tass. Witterungsbeobachtungen im Obischen

Meerbusen und am Tassbusen im Jahre 1884. Ann. der

Hydrogr., 14 (1886), 170-175.
Dobberke, J. L. Peri-oculair neoplasma in conjunctiva

en orbitaal celweefsel. [1888.] Nederl. Gasth. Ooglijd.

Versl., 28-32, [1887-91], No. 8, 7 pp.
Dobbert, Th. Beitrage zur Anatomie der ektopischen

Schwangerschaften. Virchow, Arch., 123, 1891, 103-111 ;

127, 1892, 397-408.
Dobbertin, . Beitrag zur Casuistik der Geschwiilste.

(Sarkom in einem Fibromyoma uteri. Diffuse muskulare

Hyperplasie des Uterus. Melanosarkom des Kleinhirns

und des Eiickenmarks. Carcinom des Ductus choledochus

in der Papille. Angeborener maligner Tumor der Neben-

niere.) Beitr. Path. Anat., 28, 1900, 42-65.
Dobbie, J. B. Curious nesting-site of the marsh titmouse.

Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1898, 180-181.
The viper in the Pentlands. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist.,

1898, 184.
The summer birds of the Summer Islands. [1898.]

Edinb. Pays. Soc. Proc., 14, 1902, 46-57.
Dobbie, James Johnstone. On the recent progress of

chemistry at home and abroad : a plea for the teaching

of higher chemistry in this country. Glasgow Phil. Soc.

Proc., 15, 1884, 150-176.
Dobbie, James Johnstone, & Gray, Andrew. See Gray &

Dobbie.
Dobbie, James Johnstone, & Hartley, Walter Noel. See

Hartley & Dobbie.
Dobbie, James Johnstone, & Henderson, George Gerald.

*The classification and properties of red resins known

under the name of dragon's blood. [1883.] Pharm. JL,

14, 1884, 361-364.
Dobbie, James Johnstone, & Hutcheson, John B. Note

on an easy and rapid method of determining the specific

gravity of solids. Glasgow Phil. Soc. Proc., 15, 1884,

82-85.
Dobbie, James Johnstone, & Lander, Alexander. Coryda-

line. [Parts i-iv and vi.] Chem. Soc. Jl., 61, 1892 )



244-249, 605-611; 65, 1894, 57-65, [1059]; 67, 1895,
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A new alkaloid from Corydalis cava. Chem. Soc. Jl.,



63, 1893, 485-488.
The alkaloids of Corydalis cava, corybulbine. Chem.

Soc. Jl., 67, 1895, 25-30.
KOPFKR'S method for the determination of carbon and

hydrogen. Chem. News, 77, 1898, 215-216.
Dobbie, James Johnstone, & Marsden, Fred. Corydaline.

Part v. Chem. Soc. Jl., 71, 1897 (Pt. 2), 657-666.
Preparation and properties of ortftochlorobromo-

benzene. Chem. Soc. Jl., 73, 1898 (Pt. 1), 254-255.
Dobbie, James Johnstone, Gray, Thomas, & Gray, Andrew.

See Gray, Gray & Dobbie.
Dobbie, James Johnstone, Hartley, Walter Noel, & Paliat-

seas, Photios G. See Hartley, Dobbie & Paliatseas.
Dobbin, Leonard. On the detection and estimation of

caustic alkali in presence of alkaline carbonates. Soc.

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1890, 417.
Contributions from the chemical laboratory of the

University of Edinburgh. [Tertiary butyl mercaptan.]

Chem. Soc. Jl., 57, 1890, 639-643.
Note on the interaction of cyanides with thiosulphates.

Chem. News, 77, 1898, 131.
Note on the detection of sulphates in presence of

thiosulphates. Pharm. Jl., 10, 1900, 182-183.
Dobbin, Leonard, & Fraser, 'Thomas R. See Fraser &

Dobbin.
Dobbin, Leonard, & Masson, [David] Orme. Action of

the halogens on the salts of trimethylsulphine. Chem.

Soc. Jl., 47, 1885, 56-68; Jl. Prakt. Chem., 31, 1885,

36-47; 32, 1885, 631.
Action of the halogens on the salts of organic bases.

Part ii. Tetramethylammonium salts. Chem. Soc. Jl.,

49, 1886, 846-857.
Dobbin, Leonard, & Walker, James. The halogen addition

products of salts of organic bases. Brit. Ass. Hep., 1892,

681-682.
Dobbs, W. J. A chapter in elementary dynamics. [1898.]

Math. Gaz., 1, 1900, 201-205.
Dobell, Douglas D. Our local flora, its economic aspect.

[1884.] Plymouth Inst. Trans., 9, 1887, 140-153.
Dobeneck, Arnold (Frhr.) von. Untersuchungen iiber das

Adsorptionsvermogen und die Hygroskopizitat der Boden-

konstituenten. Forsch. Agr.-Phys., 15, 1892, 163-228.
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mehl. Landw. Versuchs-Stat., 45, 1895, 395-399.
Doberck, William. *Binary stars. [1878.] Observatory,

London, 2, 1879, 110-116, 140-144, 169-174, 209-217.
*The inventor of the telescope. Observatory, London,

2, 1879, 364-370.

On the rainfall and temperature of Markree, Sligo.



Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 10, 1884, 158-161.



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