• The [alpha]-rays and the [alpha]-particle : a study of ionization and allied phenomena produced by [alpha]-rays 

    Briggs, C. A. (Clark Arthur), b. 1883 (University of Missouri, 1910)
    As a result of experiments by M. Henri Beoquerel in 1896 we now know a certain class of chemical elements as Radio-active. A radio-active body gives off radiations that have the following effects: 1) they will affect a ...
  • A chemical contribution toward the composition, structure and origin of the crystalline rocks of south-east Missouri 

    Bray, Willis Joseph, 1884- (University of Missouri, 1910)
    Text from page 1: "It is the purpose of a study undertaken by Mr. J.A. Gibson, of which this present paper is a part, to obtain complete data on the chemical composition of the rocks of this region, and to trace, if ...
  • The election laws of Missouri 

    Otis, Merrill E. (Merrill Edward), 1884-1944 (University of Missouri, 1910)
    On June 18, 1808, the Legislative Council provided for the election of five trustees in incorporated municipalities and a survey of this first election law reveals the general principles which will be found to underlie ...
  • An experimental study of methods of teaching high school German 

    Clarahan, Mamie Margaret (University of Missouri, 1910)
    The purpose of this paper is to report some experimental work done in the University High School on the methods used and the results obtained in the first year's work in German. Since the methods used in this work are ...
  • Field work in high school geography 

    Wynkoop, Helen (University of Missouri, 1910)
    In order to make objective teaching the keynote in geography, field work must be its foundation. Field work, properly conducted, will develop a feeling of self-reliance in the pupil. In using text books as a mine from ...
  • Food nutrients required for maintenance of brood sows and for growth of pigs to weaning time 

    Willson, C. A. (Charles Albert), 1878-1936 (University of Missouri, 1910)
    A great many experiments have been carried on with swine, which have determined the amount of feed necessary and the cost to produce a pound of gain during periods of fattening, with various kinds and combinations of ...
  • Hamilton R. Gamble and the provisional government of Missouri 

    Crutsinger, George M. (George Mahan), b. 1886 (University of Missouri, 1910)
    In order to present an intelligible account of the necessity of a Provisional Government in Missouri; and the policies, actions, and results of such a government, it will be necessary to devote attention, to the political ...
  • History of the academy in Missouri 

    Barton, Frank L. (University of Missouri, 1910)
    The demand for the academy in Missouri was the same as the demand for it in any other western state - a popular demand for secondary education. This demand was along several lines; first it was to inculcate special forms ...
  • The influence of slavery upon Missouri politics (to include 1860) 

    Tupes, Herschel (University of Missouri, 1910)
    In order that this discussion of the influence of slavery upon Missouri politics may be the better understood, it willustrations be well to first present such facts relating to the local status of slavery as willustrations ...
  • On integrals over sets of points 

    Chittenden, Edward Wilson (University of Missouri, 1910)
    The developments of the last twenty years in the theory of sets of points and in the applications of this theory to the theory of functions of real variables, besides leading to a tremendous extension of the ordinary theory ...
  • Phosphorus in beef animals 

    Francis, Charles Kenworthy, 1875-1940 (University of Missouri, 1910)
    This study constitutes but a part of the results obtained from the Experiment "Uses to Which the Animal Puts Its Food" now being conducted by the University of Missouri, and considers the quantity, and to some extent the ...
  • Practical problems depending upon principles of geometry 

    Cosby, Byron (University of Missouri, 1910)
    One of the recent questions in education deals with the efficiency of our secondary schools. The question is of vital importance to all classes of educators, but to no class is it more pertinent than to the High School ...
  • Prenatal growth of the pig 

    Lowrey, Lawson G. (Lawson Gentry), 1890-1957 (University of Missouri, 1910)
    Numerous observations on various phases of growth are to be found in the biological literature. Most of those concerning prenatal growth are upon the human embryo; although scattered observations are also recorded on other ...
  • The social effects of the instability of the family 

    Kline, Bessie Mabel (University of Missouri, 1910)
    In this thesis the term 'family' means a human group consisting of father, mother and their offspring, of whom the last named are cared for by the parents until maturity. The term instability of the family implies that, ...
  • Tendencies to emphasize practical problems in the teaching of physics in secondary schools 

    White, Robert Ernest (University of Missouri, 1910)
    Perhaps no subject in the secondary school curriculum has greater possibilities than the subject of physics. Most of the sciences are more or less dependent upon it. Not a single one can stand alone. Indeed, approximately ...
  • To what extent does a steer grow during process of fattening 

    Jones, Arthur Anwyl (University of Missouri, 1910)
    Three steers, numbered 18, 121, and 48, were chosen from the group of regular maintenance steers, on an experiment at the University of Missouri to find out the uses to which an animal puts its food.
  • University of Missouri as a centralizing factor in the educational activities of the state 

    Malott, James Isaac (University of Missouri, 1910)
    In many lines of activity to-day, there is a strong tendency toward centralization, for organization is a great solvent of waste. In the business world this has resulted in the corporations of the country. In the state ...
  • Untrained children in industry 

    Edwards, Rachel (University of Missouri, 1910)
    What becomes of the thousands of children who drop out of the St. Louis schools each year on reaching the age of fourteen when the compulsory education law no longer compels their attendance? They are just at the age when ...
  • Use of formamidines in the determination of structure 

    Stagner, Bert Allen (University of Missouri, 1910)
    In our research we have endeavored to make a number of condensations with the formamidines with compounds containing CO-CH2-CO- as did Jones, save that in some cases we used different bodies and also endeavored to make ...
  • Variations in the amylolytic power and compostition of the saliva 

    Ewing, Ephraim MacDonald (University of Missouri, 1910)
    Investigations concerning the variations in the character of the human saliva have had to do for the most part with those variations of the amylolytic power and composition which occur under normal conditions, and of the ...