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Morgan, Banner Bill, Editor
Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters
volume XXXVI
Madison, Wis.: Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, 1944

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Contents

[Title page] Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters vol. XXXVI, p. [i]

Officers of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, p. [ii]

[Contents], p. iii

Instructions to authors for submitting manuscripts, p. iv

Brule River survey: introduction, Schneberger, E.; Hasler, A. D. pp. 1-5 ff.

Topography and geology of the Brule River basin, Bean, E. F.; Thomson, John W., Jr. pp. 7-17 ff.

A history of fishing in the Brule River, O'Donnell, D. John pp. 19-31 ff.

Vegetation of the Brule basin, past and present, Fassett, Norman C. pp. 33-56 ff.

A survey of the larger aquatic plants and bank of the Brule River, Thomson, John W., Jr. pp. 57-76 ff.

The quail in early Wisconsin, Schorger, A. W. pp. 77-103 ff.

Small mammal censuses near Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin, Hanson, Harold C. pp. 105-129 ff.

The lake sturgeon, Acipenser fulvescens Rafinesque, in Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin, Schneberger, Edw.; Woodbury, Lowell A. pp. 131-140

The bur oak openings in southern Wisconsin, Stout, A. B. pp. 141-161 ff.

Some aquatic and sub-aquatic plants from the region of Glacial Lake Wisconsin, Catenhusen, John pp. 163-169 ff.

The mosses of Wisconsin, Cheney, L. S.; Evans, Richard pp. 171-224

Notes on Wisconsin parasitic fungi. V, Greene, H. C. pp. 225-243 ff.

Notes on Wisconsin parasitic fungi. VI, Greene, H. C. pp. 245-268

Second growth may supply timber of exceptional quality, Paul, Benson H. pp. 269-271 ff.

Preliminary reports on the flora of Wisconsin. XXXI. Boraginaceae, Kruschke, Emil P. pp. 273-290

Parasites of northern Wisconsin fish, Bangham, Ralph V. pp. 291-325 ff.

Syrphid flies of the genus Cheilosia, subgenus Chilomyia in North America (part II), Fluke, C. L.; Hull, F. M. pp. 327-347 ff.

Preliminary list of the Hydracarina of Wisconsin, Marshall, Ruth pp. 349-373 ff.

The Physaloptera (nematoda) of carnivores, Morgan, Banner Bill pp. 375-388

Winter oxygen content and biochemical oxygen demand in a Wisconsin artificial lake, Lewis, Charles H.; Stevens, Neil E. pp. 389-394

Further observations on alkaline flooding water in cranberry growing, Stevens, Neil E. pp. 395-398

A survey of the Wisconsin lime industry, Bertrand, Kenneth pp. 399-413 ff.

Studies of Siluran fossils in the Thomas A. Greene collection at Milwaukee-Downer College, Greacen, Katherine F.; Ball, John R. pp. 415-419 ff.

Boron deficiency in beets as correlated with yields and available boron, Berger, K. C.; Truog, E. pp. 421-425 ff.

The acidity of honey, Schuette, H. A.; Schubert, Frank J. pp. 427-433 ff.

Gasogens, Sweet, C. V. pp. 435-440

Professor Beatty's interpretation of Shakespeare, Wales, Julia Grace pp. 441-457 ff.

Racial classification of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Slotkin, J. S. pp. 459-467 ff.

List of publications dealing with Wisconsin limnology 1871-1945, Juday, Chancey; Hasler, Arthur D. pp. 469-490

Proceedings of the Academy, pp. 471-495 ff.


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