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355.     Elementary Illustrations of the Differential and Integral Calculus. Chicago,
356.  Morgan, C. L. An Introduction to Comparative Psychology. London.
357.      Emergent Evolution. New York
358.  Morgan, T. H. The Physical Basis of Heredity. Philadelphia, London.
359.      The Theory of the Gene. New Haven.
360.      Experimental Embryology. New York.
361.      See Bridges.
362.  Morgan, T. H., Sturtevant, A. H., Muller, H. J., and Bridges, C. B. The
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363.  Muhl, A. M. Fundamental Personality Trends in Tuberculous Women.
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364.  Muller, H. J. X-rays and Evolution. 5\S". Science. Sept. 16, 1927.
365.      The Effects of X-Radiation on Genes and Chromosomes. Abstract. Anat.
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366.      The Problem of Genie Modification. Verhand. V. Internat. Kongresses
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367.      The Production of Mutations by X-rays. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol. 14.
368.      See Morgan, T. H.
369.  Mulder, H. J., and Painter, T. S. The Cytological Expression of Changes
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371.  Nicod, J. Foundations of Geometry and Induction. London, New York.
372.  Nordmann, C. Einstein and the Universe. New York.
373.      The Tyranny of Time. London, New York.
374.  Northrop, F. S. C. Science and First Principles. New York, London.
375.  Nunn, T. P. Relativity and Gravitation. London.
376.  Ogden, C. K. The Basic Vocabulary. London.
377.      Basic English. London.
378.  Ogden, C. K., and Richards, I. A. The Meaning of Meaning. London, New
379.  Orent, E. R. See McCollum.
380.  Osborn, H. F. Men of the Old Stone Age. New York.
381.  Osgood, W. F. A First Course in the Differential and Integral Calculus.
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382.  Packard, C. The Effects of Beta and Gamma Rays of Radium on Proto-
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383.      The Susceptibility of Cells to Radium Radiations. Biol. Bull., Vol. 46. 1924.
384.      Biological Effects of Irradiation. 5"5". Science. May 31, 1929.
385.  Paget, Sir Richard. Human Speech. London, New York.
386.  Painter, T. S. See Muller.
387.  Pareto, V. Compiled by G. H. Bousquet. Precis de sociologie. Paris.
388.  Parker, G. H. The Elementary Nervous System. London, Philadelphia.
389.     Smell, Taste and Allied Senses in the Vertebrates. Philadelphia.
390.  Paterson, J. A. See Lang.
391.  Paton, S. Education in War and Peace. New York.
392.     Signs of Sanity and the Principles of Mental Hygiene. New York.
393.     Prohibiting Minds and the Present Social and Economic Crisis. New York.
394.  Pavlov, I. P. Conditioned Reflexes an Investigation of the Physiological
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395.      Lectures on Conditioned Reflexes. Translated by W. H. Gantt. New York.
396.  Peano, G. Formulaire de mathematiques. Logique mathematique. Turin.
397.  Pearl, R. Modes of Research in Genetics. New York.
398.      The Biology of Death. Philadelphia, London.
399.      Studies in Human Biology. Baltimore.
400.      The Present Status of Eugenics. Hanover, New Hampshire.
401.  Pearson, K. The Grammar of Science. London.