Science in the university.
Berkeley, Los Angeles, University of California Press, 1944
|所有的著者/提供者：||University of California, Berkeley.|
|注意：||"Published in commemoration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the University of California."|
|描述：||x pages, 1 leaf, 332 pages including illustrations (including maps) plates, tables, diagrams (1 double) 24 cm|
|内容：||Driving back the dark, by R.G. Aitken.--Cosmic rays; report of recent progress, 1936-1941, by J.R. Oppenheimer.--Molecular forces and solubility, by J.H. Hildebrand.--The chemistry of the amino acids and proteins, by C.L.A. Schmidt.--The task of the organic chemist, by G.R. Robertson.--What makes the barometric pressure rise or fall? By Jakob Bjerknes.--The California current, by H.U. Sverdrup.--Evolution of a Sierran landscape, by W.C. Putnam.--Subsidence and elevation in the Los Angeles region, by U.S. Grant.--A modern conception of living material, by O.L. Sponsler.--On some facts pertinent to the theory of the gene, by R.B. Goldschmidt.--Longevity in organisms, by C.B. Lipman.--The study of the sea and its relation to man, by C.E. ZoBell.--Trees and history, by R.W. Chaney.--Ornithology of the looking glass, by Loye Miller.--General aspects of the study of plant nutrition, by D.R. Hoagland.--Physiology as an independent science, by J.M.D. Olmsted.--The contribution of psychology, by Knight Dunlap.--Life, morals, and Huxley's "Evolution and ethics," by S.J. Holmes.|
|责任：||by members of the faculties of the University of California.|