1910-1919 Dissertations (MU)
This collection contains the dissertations submitted to the Graduate School by doctoral degree candidates at the University of Missouri in the years 1910-1919. These copies were digitized from print copies at MU Libraries.
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(University of Missouri, 1916)There is no evidence to prove that our commerce has increased as a result of the open door" policy. The statistics show that America's commerce with China experienced a steady growth during the decade and a half beginning ...
(University of Missouri, 1918)
(University of Missouri, 1915)
Determinations of various forms of nitrogen in bovine flesh, including the products of hydrolysis of some of the proteins (University of Missouri, 1917)When Hausmann introduced his method for nitrogen distribution into protein analysis, he opened the way for great progress in that line of investigation. Winterstein later showed that phoaphotungstic acid would also ...
A study of the variations in chemical composition of the timothy and wheat plants during growth and ripening (University of Missouri, 1911)Regarding previous investigations carried out on the chemical composition of timothy and wheat plants, very little work has been made upon wheat roots, no report has been made upon timothy bulbs and no separation has been ...