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  • An anatomical analysis of the effects of ether anesthesia on the nerve cell 

    Butler, Everette Erwin (University of Missouri, 1915)
    In this investigation the writer has attempted to ascertain whether or not the anatomical changes produced by ether are similar to those produced by morphine and heat stimulation, namely slight excitation followed by ...
  • The best winter ration for the dairy heifer 

    Talbot, Alfred Eddy (University of Missouri, 1915)
    The increasing demand for dairy cows, and cows of greater efficiency has led to a more systematized rearing of the dairy heifer. The need of a winter ration, considering the economic price and amount of food consumed, is ...
  • The chouteau formation of East Central Missouri 

    Connolly, Joseph P. (Joseph Peter), 1890-1947 (University of Missouri, 1915)
    This thesis describes the Chouteau limestone formations in East Central Missouri. It includes a map and photos as well as a discussion of economic implications.
  • Church Federation in Missouri 

    Andrews, Frank Archibald Bishop (University of Missouri, 1915)
  • A comparative study of the verse rhetoric of Layamon's Brut and Beowulf 

    Miller, Frances Howe (University of Missouri, 1915)
    This thesis compares Layamon's Brut with Beowulf to examine poetic inheritance and style. Previous studies emphasizing similarities of language and meter, without definite tests of verse rhetoric, may lead to the false ...
  • A course in elementary high school biology within the students environment 

    Philpott, Charles Hughes (University of Missouri, 1915)
    This thesis is an attempt at the solution of a problem which has grown out of some discouragements and difficulties experienced in connection with three years of teaching biological sciences to first year high school ...
  • Cream ripening and its relation to butter flavors 

    Stanton, Asa Claude (University of Missouri, 1915)
    The object of the investigations reported in this thesis was to study a few of the factors affecting the quality of cream before it is churned, and the quality of the butter within a short duration of time after it is ...
  • The development of railroads in Missouri to 1860 

    Templin, Lucinda de Leftwich (University of Missouri, 1915)
    Railroad construction in Missouri was undertaken by private companies who expected to finance the roads by subscriptions to the capital stock by individuals, towns and counties. Early in 1851 the people realized that the ...
  • The dramatic function of the Aeschylean chorus 

    Johnson, Franklin Plotinus, b. 1896 (University of Missouri, 1915)
    The qualities of the Aeschylean chorus are distinct from the ideal Schlegelian chorus as has been shown by many works listed here. With these conclusions as a foundation, the author determines what office is actually filled ...
  • The effect of calcium carbonate of certain soil constituents and on plant growth 

    Hudelson, Robert R. (University of Missouri, 1915)
    This thesis examines the use of calcium bicarbonate (lime) as soil augmentation. It covers the physical, physiological, bacteriological, and chemical effects of lime in soils, and also the historical use of lime and its ...
  • The Effects of Background on the Color Behavior of Anolis Carolinensis (Cuv.) 

    Bock, Carl William (University of Missouri, 1915)
  • English bourgeois tragedy from 1576 to 1642 

    Bresnehen, Vivian Honora (University of Missouri, 1915)
    What is English bourgeois tragedy? What forces produced it, and what is its significance in the first great period of English drama? It is the purpose of this dissertation to answer these questions by a detailed study of ...
  • English social drama of 1600 and 1900 

    Taylor, Jean Elsie, 1887- (University of Missouri, 1915)
    Social drama is that type of drama which has for its theme a problem touching the interests of society at large, or a great part of that society. It deals with social conditions and with problems involving the social ...
  • The fat and lipase content of the liver 

    Carter, John Meynard (University of Missouri, 1915)
    The object of this thesis is to ascertain if any broad correlation exists between the lipase content of an organ and its state of fat metabolism. The author has chosen the liver as an organ, with its lipase content and fat ...
  • Generalizations of theorems from the Theory of Functions 

    Spalding, Julia (University of Missouri, 1915)
    Text from introduction: "Practically all of the text books and lectures on the Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable treat only those functions which have a derivative in every point of some given region. This derivative ...
  • The geography of Boone county : historical and economic geography 

    Knight, Martineau (University of Missouri, 1915)
    This thesis discusses the geographical concerns of Boone County including its location, agriculture, economic dependencies, transportation capabilities, and people. The authors attempts to show correlation between the ...
  • The heart of the 20mm. pig embryo. 

    Wheeldon, Thomas, 1892- (University of Missouri, 1915)
    The present article is one of a series planned by Professor Franklin P. Johnson describing the anatomy of the 20mm. pig. This series, it is intended, shall supplement the descriptions of the 12 mm. pig by F. T. Lewis and ...
  • Influence of Catullus on Latin poetry of the Augustan age 

    Beamer, Maude, 1885-1973 (University of Missouri, 1915)
    To what extent Catullus was a factor in the poetry of the Augustan age, or more accurately, what he contributed to it in form and substance is the object of this inquiry. A sympathetic reading of his poems alone assures ...
  • The inter-relations of the three schools of French poetry in the nineteenth century 

    Rose, Irvina Allen (University of Missouri, 1915)
    There have been three schools of poetry in France since the beginning of the nineteenth century. They are the Romantic, the Parnassian/and the Symbolistic. These are the schools which have made of their century in France, ...
  • An investigation of farm land credit 

    Hursh, Justus Harold (University of Missouri, 1915)
    The problem of rural credit in the United States is growing rapidly in importance. Within the last few years it has attracted the attention of farmers, financiers, legislators, and city dwellers. Several commissions have ...