Program and abstracts for the twenty-fourth annual meeting of the American Society of Zo├╢logists. Philadelphia Pennsylvania December 27 У29 1926код для вставкиСкачать
I’KOURAM AND AKSTBACTS FOR THN TWENTYFOlTJ3TH ANSI’XL MEETING O F THE A l l lCR1(,’-4X SOCIETY OF zooLoarsTs PIII1,AI)I~~LPHlA,PENNSYLVANIA, DECISJIBEX 27-29, 19% ‘l’hese titles a i d abstracts make up tlie I926 program of the American Hociety of Zoologists. ‘l’hcy were received either by the Secretary of the Society or by the Secretary of the joint Genetics Sections of the Society with the Botanical Society of America oil or before November 15t11, and have been arranged according to the acccptcd program rules. The abstracts are in the form contributed by their authors. They have been edited only to secure a uniform system of titles and to reduce length when obviously overlong. Their arrangement and the planniiig of tlic program can be donc only after the titles a r e all in hiiiitl and must lw greatly rushed in order to obtaiii pnblicatioii I)c4orc the meetings. The Jt7istar Tiistitute is scheduled to mail out this issue of The Anatomical Record three weeks, to the day, after rcceiving the manuscript. All proofreading will be done there. They deserve great credit f o r making possible the early publication and distribution of this material. These abstracts and the accompanying data are preseiitetl as a part of the official proceedings of the 1926 mcctiiig:.s of the Society. The miiiutes of these meetiiigs arid a list of the officers of the Society for 1927 will appear in the January number of this journal. 9G ’PKE A N A l ’ O M I C A T ~ ELCORD, TOL. 34, NO. DECEYBER, 1926 3 9c i TENTATIVE PEOGRBM 10.00 97 Coniparative m d General Pliysiolog~ (concludrd). Einhryology, Zoiilogic*al J,ahoratory, Room 10. b. Joint session with The American Society of Parasitologists. h spec.ial fenturc of this program will I K an xdclrcss at 11.30 b y (1. W. Stiles, on “Underlying factors in confusion of noiiienclature with a definite practical suggestion for the futurr.” c. Genetics Rcctions in joint session with Gcn Agriculture (affiliatrtl with Section 0), Syniposiuiii : Thr probablr basis a n d profitable application of hybrid rigor in plants ant1 animals. Leaders, L. J. Cole, Wisronsin, and I). B. Jones, (ionnrcticut Agricu1tur:rl Exprriment Station. 2.00 P.I?r. h h t i n g of Tlic Anicrican So<>ietyof Naturalists, S?rnposiunl: Quantitativc I)iology. Zoiilogieal Laborator?, R.oom 10. 1. The prugrani for quantit.atire biology. J . Arthur Harris, 1Jnivrrsit.- of Minnesota, Chairman. 3. Quantitative concrptions in physiology. W. J . (’rozier, 1Iarr:ird U n iwrsity. 3. Quautitative methods in gcnetic rescarcah. 11. J . Nullrr, Universitg of Texas. 4. Qu:iiitit:ttive methods of research a n d the problems of uuiinal I)reecling. John W. Gowan, T’he Rockcfcller Institute. 5 . Quantitative research on t h r tlewlopmcnt o f the human I)otly. R. E. Scaminon, tJiiiversity of Minnesota. 6. Quantitative phases of huinsn geography. Ellsworth Huntington, Yale Cnirersity. 7. Quantitatirr research on the fungi. A. [I. Reginald Buller, C n rcrsity of Manitoba. 6.30 P.iv. Naturalists’ Dinnrr. Thc dinnrr arltlrcss will be gircn by J. A r t h u r Harris, the ret.iring President, o n “ Thc hunianitarian raluc of quantitative biolog~.’’ A.M. (1.