• Age as a factor in animal breeding 

    Das, Rajani Kanta, b.1881 (University of Missouri, 1911)
    Many breeders believe in the evil effect of early reproduction. It is said that early marriage has led to the degeneracy of many nations. The domestic animals are national assets and their preservation, like the conservatives ...
  • Antalgol variable ST Ophiuchi (52.1907) 

    Shapley, Harlow, 1885-1972 (University of Missouri, 1911)
    The variability of ST Ophiuchi was discovered at Harvard from an examination of31 photographs taken during the interval 1893-1904. Professor Pickering announced that the light variation was short duration, evidently about ...
  • Apparatus and method for determining the hardness of butter fat 

    Perkins, A. E. (Albert Edward), b. 1881 (University of Missouri, 1911)
    One of the important properties to be taken into account in judging the quality of butter is the so called Body, by which is meant the hardness, consistency or firmness of the butter. Body is described by the butter Judge ...
  • Cathode disintegration 

    Jones, Ira (University of Missouri, 1911)
    It has been pointed out that the cathode disintegration depends upon the gas present as well as upon the metal of which the cathode is composed. Hence it was thought interesting to investigate whether the gas in which the ...
  • Determinism; as the ground of moral faith 

    Rogers, Lalla Rookh (University of Missouri, 1911)
    Determinism is a theory about the occurring of events, or the existing of Phenomena: and I interpret the theory to mean that all events, all phenomena, occur or exist in a state of necessary dependence on other Phenomena. ...
  • Domestic tragedy between 1590 and 1642 

    Bresnehen, Vivian Honora (University of Missouri, 1911)
    Like all other Elizabethan drama, domestic tragedy shows in its form the influence of sacred drama. But in essence, in the distinctive qualities which constitute it practically and independent type, it owes nothing to the ...
  • Effect of the plane of nutrition on the ash constituents of cow's milk 

    Mathiason, Gertrude Karen (University of Missouri, 1911)
    Only within the last few years has the importance of the mineral elements of food been recognized. The mineral elements are especially necessary during the period of growth, for, while they form but a very small part of ...
  • The efficiency of certain methods of preserving milk samples for chemical analysis with special reference to the protein constituents 

    Primm, Roy Lee (University of Missouri, 1911)
    The need has long been felt for an efficient preservative for milk samples intended for chemical analysis. Since it is not feasible to make all analyses on the fresh sample some means must be used to preserve the milk. ...
  • First constitution of Missouri : a study of its origin 

    Shoemaker, F. C. (Floyd Calvin), b. 1886 (University of Missouri, 1911)
    It is the purpose of this paper to give an account of the origin of the constitution of Missouri of 1820 by tracing its history in the constitutional convention and by comparing its several sections with similar provisions ...
  • Herod as a client prince of the Roman Empire 

    Prehn, Katherine Eleanor (University of Missouri, 1911)
    This thesis is not primarily intended to be a collection of new material concerning Herod, but rather an interpretation of the facts already known. There are many accounts of Herod, enumerating with great detail the important ...
  • Investigation in the teaching of elementary mathematics from the standpoint of choice and arrangement of subject matter 

    Monroe, Walter Scott, 1882-1961 (University of Missouri, 1911)
    To one engaged in the teaching profession, or even to a laymen who has come into contact with the educational system of the present time, it is scarcely necessary to present evidences of dissatisfaction regarding the results ...
  • An investigation of farm or dairy buttermaking : dissertation 

    Keithley, J. R. (University of Missouri, 1911)
    Butter is one of the oldest articles of diet which is being manufactured today. Hayward, in collecting data concerning the history of butter, found it mentioned in the Vedas - written 2,000 to 1,400 B. C. Its importance ...
  • Natural interests of adolescents 

    Wilkinson, William Albert (University of Missouri, 1911)
    The purpose of this investigation was to discover as far as possible, in the limited time available, the capacities of the adolescent mind with special reference to the lines of work represented in the typical high school ...
  • Nutrients required for milk production 

    Woodward, T. E. (Thompson Elwyn) (University of Missouri, 1911)
    There are three essentials to high yields of milk - proper kind of cows, proper care and management and proper feeding. This investigation will deal only with the last. No matter what the inherent dairy qualities of the ...
  • Pharmacological action of acetanilide, antipyrine & acetphenetidin on cardiac muscle 

    Carr, Gloria Washington, 1884- (University of Missouri, 1911)
    It is a well-known fact that acetanilide and the antipyrine series, when administered in clinical cases, for antipyretic purposes, often have untoward and unexpected accompanying actions. These associated influences have ...
  • Pharmacological action of atropine on cardiac muscle 

    Stowers, James Evans (University of Missouri, 1911)
    Does Atropine influence the cardiac rhythm and the power of the heart's contractions by direct action on its muscular tissue, and if so, to what extent and under what conditions? It is my purpose therefore in this work ...
  • Physical characteristics and chemical constitution of human milk fat 

    Bristow, H. G. (University of Missouri, 1911)
    In this paper will be given the physical characteristics and physical and chemical constants of the fat from human milk and as many quantitative estimations as can be calculated from the constants thus obtained, with its ...
  • Prison system of Missouri 

    Reuter, Edward Byron, 1880-1946 (University of Missouri, 1911)
    Missouri has no prison system in any strict use of the term. The state has a number of relatively unrelated institutions dealing with certain phases of the problem of crime. These institutions the present paper undertakes ...
  • Pure place constructions in Vergil's Aeneid, books I-VI 

    Koch, Edwin Oswald, b. 1880 (University of Missouri, 1911)
    The Place Constructions together with their nearest related forms constitute an exceedingly large and important part of the division known as adverbial constructions. How numerous they are may be partly realized from the ...
  • Senex in Plautus 

    Booth, Bertha Ellis (University of Missouri, 1911)
    Among the principal characters that crowd the busy stage of Plautus, none are more vital to the action than the old gentlemen. But while the women of Plautus have received lengthy treatment at the hands of Le Benoist in ...