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									           POSITIONS WANTED                              |             POSIONS OPEN                                             POSITIONS OPEN
Broadbl trained Cenetidat Ph.D. 1965. Two                      THOMAS HUNT MORGAN SCHOOL                           UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
years of postdoctoral training; 38. Outstanding                    OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES                            DEPARTMENT OF BACTERIOLOGY AND
teacher, 15 years of professional experience.                     UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY                                            IMMUNOLOGY
Special interest innovative undergraduate pro-
grams. 2266 Lake Circle, Jackson, Mississippi
                                                    X       Applcations are invited for six available faculty     Applications are invited for a position as Apsis*ta
39211.                                                   positions at the Assistant Professor level. Qualifica-   Professor in Microbiology. The departmentintends
                                                         tions: Ph.D. and an interest in developing an ac-        to develop areas of procaryotic and eucaryotic cell
                                                         tive research program; competency in teaching            biology, and prefers candidates whose main inter-
Immunologist. Ph.D., cellular and humoral, de-           courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.        ests lie in these areas. Competence in microbial
sires teaching/research position; tumor-fetal anti-      Fields of interest include: (i) Vertebrate Zoology       physiology, biology of eucaryotic microorgpnisms,
gens, autoimmunity, immunoreproduction. Box 151,         (Comparative Anatomy and Histology); (ii) Gen-           or host-parasite interactions at the molecu lr level
SCIENCE.                                         X       eral Parasitology; (ill) General Virology; (iv) Gen-     would make the candidate additionally desirable.
                                                         eral and Applied Microbiology; (v) Mycology; (vi)        Applicants should request three referees to write,
                                                         Genetics. Send curriculum vitae, a brief descrip-        and send curriculum vitae, bibliography, and a
 Information Dissemination Specialist. Ten years'        tion of experience and current interests in teach-       summary of research plans to Chairman, Depart-
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experience in foundation and federally funded            references to Search Commintee,                          of California, Berkeley, Calif. 94720. The Univer-
programs to reach policy-makers and potential            School of Biological Sciences, University of Ken-        sity of California is an affirmative action employer.
implementers with benchwork results. Prefer agri-        tucky, Lexington, Kentucky 40506. Deadline for           Both female and minority applicants are urged to
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Instrument Repair Spedalist. Chemistry degree                                                                     Immediate postdoctoral opening: Research in hor-
plus 3 years experience repairing wide variety of           ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CLINICAL                       mone-sensitive membrane biochemistry. Experience
chemical instruments from spectrometers to ther-                          ENGINEERING
moregulators. Box 152, SCIENCE.                 X                                                                 in protein isolation procedures and preparation of
                                                                                                         M.D.
                                                         Applications are invited from physicians,District        radiolabeled peptides desirable but not necessary.
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Interdisciplinary Biologist. Ph.D. 1972. Desires po-     of Columbia within 1 year. Candidate must show
sition where students and teacher explore biology.       evidence of ability in computer programming, and         Department of Biochemistry, University of Mis-
Teaching (biology, botany, cell and plant physiol-       research or practical experience in one of the           souri Medical School, Columbia, Missouri 65201.
ogy, and bioethics) and research (plant growth)          following: mathematics, engineering, or computer
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try or govemment. Box 154, SCIENCE.                 X    ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENTOMOLOGY                        of virology-immunology. Appointments are on a
                                                                 AND ASSISTANT APICULTURIST                       9-month basis, with the average teaching load
                                                                                                                                             and one graduate course
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biology) 1971. Interest in control of movement.          related biological sciences. Responsibilities include    pected. Applicants should send complete curricu-
Professional and popular publications. Seeks re-         research with honey bees, teaching in apiculture,        lum vitae and request three letters of recommen-
search, research administration, or publishing-          and possibly other courses in entomology. Special        dation to be sent to: Dr. Joseph LoBue, Chairman,
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                                                         graduate level courses in research         serology
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                                                      INDEX TO VOLUME 183                                                                iii
                    A                           associative memory, book review of,           Bakken, G. S., et al.: Linearized heat
                                                 1283                                           transfer relations in biology, 976
AAAS meetings (editor-ial), P. H. Abel-       Anderson, N. G.: Science and manage-            BALDWIN, R. E. See WEISBROD, B. A., et al.
   son, 369                                     ment techniques, 726                          Bame, S. J. See Bridge, H. S., et al.
Aaronson, S. A., and C. Y. Dunn: High-        ANDREANO, R. L. See WEISBROD, B. A., et al.     Bandler, R. J., Jr., and J. P. Flynn: Neural
   frequency C-type virus induction by in-    ANDREWS, J. T.: book review of Perigla-           pathways from thalamus associated with
   hibitors of protein synthesis, 422           cial processes and environment, 1285            regulation of aggressive behavior, 96
Abelson, P. H. (editorials): AAAS meet-       Antireceptor antiserum causes specific in-      Bandoni, R. J., and R. E. Koske: Mono-
   ings, 369; Academic science and indus-       hibition of reactivity to rat histocompati-     layers and microbial dispersal, 1079
   try, 1251; No easy way out of energy         bility antigens, T. J. McKearn, 94            Barobiology and the experimental biology
   crisis, 475; Out of the energy crunch      Apomorphine: modification of its hyper-            of the deep sea, R. W. BRAUER (Ed.),
   by 1976, 707; Pioneer 10 mission to          thermic effect on rabbits by p-chloro-           book review by H. W. Jannasch, 1074
   Jupiter, 261                                 phenylalanine, R. M. Quock and A.             Barr, A. See Villareale, M., et al.
          and R. Gillette (News and Com-        Horita, 539                                   BARRETT, j. See LEMBERG, R.
   ment): oil shortage, 183                   Arachidonic acid causes sudden death in         Barstad, P., et al.: Immunoglobulin struc-
Abert, J. G., et al.: The economics of re-      rabbits, M. J. Silver et al., 1085              ture: amino terminal sequences of mouse
   source recovery from municipal solid       ARECCHI, F. T., and E. 0. SCHULZ-DUBOIS            myeloma proteins that bind phosphoryl-
   waste, 1052                                   (Eds.), Laser handbook, book review             choline, 962
Abrell, J. W. See Lewis, B. J., et al.           of, 843                                      Bartl, P. See Skalka, A., et al.
 Abuki, H. See Chino, H., et al.              Arias, I. M. See Mahoney, P., et al.            BARTLETT, M. s., and R. W. HIORNS (Eds.),
 Academic science and industry (editorial),   Armand, J.-P. See Nahas, G. G., et al.             The mathematical theory of the dynamics
   P. H. Abelson, 1251                        Armstrong, C. M. See Bezanilla, F.                 of biological populations, book r eview
Acanthaster: tests of the time course of      Armstrong, R. A., et al.: Dynamics of              of, 1188
   coral destruction, W. A. Newman and           expanding inhibitory fields, 444             Basmajian, J. V. See Smith, H. M., Jr.,
   T. F. Dana, 103                            Artificial vision for the blind: electrical        et al.
Acetylenic analog of arachidonate that acts      stimulation of visual cortex offers hope     Bassler, T. J.: Marathoning (letter), 256
   like aspirin on platelets, A. L. Willis       for a functional prosthesis, W. H. Do-       Bateson, P. P. G.: book review of Im-
   et al., 327                                   belle et al., 440                               printing, 740
Acton, A. B. See Lacalli, T.                  Asbridge, J. R. See Bridge, H. S., et al.       B-cell alloantigens determined by the H-2
Adams, J. B. See Pieters, C., et al.          Ashton, G. C. See DeFries, J. C., et al.           linked Ir region are associated with
Adelson, J. W., and S. S. Rothman: Selec-     Association AfFairs: AAAS annual meet-             mixed lymphocyte culture stimulation,
   tive pancreatic enzyme secretion due to       ing, 104, 222, 340, 767; invitation for         E. C. Lozner et al., 757
   a new peptide called chymodenin, 1087         suggestions on candidates, 494; NOVA:        Beatty, J., et al.: Operant control of occipi-
Adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate: inhibition        program summaries of new science TV             tal theta rhythm affects performance in
   of complement-mediated cell lysis, M.         series, 1216                                    a radar monitoring task, 871
   Kaliner and K. F. Austen, 659              Atlas of primate gross anatomy, An, D. R.       Behannon, K. W. See Ness, N. F., et al.
Adey, W. R. See Noda, H.                        SWINDLER    and C. D. WOOD, book review       Behavioral embryology, G. GOTTLIEB (Ed.),
Adler, N. T.: book review of Motivation          by R. Tuttle, 192                               book review by J. S. Rosenblatt, 948
   of human and animal behavior, 191          Atmospheric concentrations and sources          Belton, M. J. S. See Broadfoot, A. L., et al.
Advantages of surface mining (letter), D.        of trace metals at the South Pole, W. H.        See also Murray, B. C., et al.
   L. Kuck, 28                                   Zoller et al., 198                           Bendich, A. A., et al.: Penetration of
Aerosols and climate, P. Chylek and J.        Atmospheric effects of pollutants, P. V.           somatic mammalian cells by sperm, 857
   A. Coakley, Jr., 75                           Hobbs et al., 909                            Benitez, J. T. See Lynn, G. E.
 Africa counts, c. ZASLAVSKY, book review     Atoms and molecules in astrophysics, T. R.      Benjamin, C. G.: Soaring prices and sink-
   by M. Cole, 741                               CARSON and M. J. ROBERTS (Eds.), book           ing sales of science monographs, 282
Age determination of burned flint by a           review by A. Dalgarno, 405                   Bensinger, R. E., et al.: Guanylate cyclase:
   thermoluminescent method, H. Y. Goksu      Auditory periphery, The, P. DALLOS, book           inhibition by light in retinal photorecep-
   et al., 651                                   review by J. J. Zwislocki, 845                  tors, 86
Aging increases susceptibility of mouse       Auerbach, R., and J. Roethle: Tolerance         Benson, R. E. See Pinsky, L. S., et al.
   skin to DMBA carcinogenesis indepen-          to heterologous erythrocytes, 332            Berendzen, R., and A. H. Hammond:
   dent of general immune status, P. Ebbe-    Auroral photography from a satellite, E.           Copernican observations (letters), 469
   sen, 217                                      H. Rogers et al., 951                        Berger, E. See Eaton, J. W., et al.
 Agnew, W. G.: Reducing automotive emis-      Austen, K. F. See Kaliner, M.                   Berger, M. See Rossini, A. A., et al.
   sions (letter), 254                        Austin, C. R.: book review of Compara-          Berger, R., and R. Protsch: Radiocarbon
Aid to Indochina (letter), S. Uk, 469           tive morphology of the mammalian                 dates for earliest domesticated animals
Air pollutants study (letter), R. A. Mc-         ovary, 948                                      from Europe and the Near East, 1100
   Cormick, 1036                              Australia antigen: detection and transmis-      Bergstrom, W. H. See Villareale, M., et al.
Aksay, I. A., and J. A. Pask: The silica-        sion in shellfish, P. Mahoney et al., 80     Bernheisel, J. F. See Abert, J. G., et al.
   alumina system: stable and metastable      Autogenous regulation of gene expression,       Bernstein, R. L.: Mesoscale ocean eddies
   equilibria at 1.0 atmosphere, 69              R. F. Goldberger, 810                           in the North Pacific: westward propaga-
Alfred Binet, T. H. WOLF, book review by      Autoimmune encephalomyelitis: activation           tion, 71
   R. D. Tuddenham, 1071                        of thymus lymphocytes against syn-            Beroza, M. See Cameron, E. A., et al.
Allen, A. O.: Radiation chemistry of con-        geneic brain antigens in vitro, S. Orgad     Beroza, M., et al.: Sex pheromones: (E,E)-
   densed phases: report of a joint Japan-       and I. R. Cohen, 1083                           8,10-dodecadien- 1-ol in the codling
   United States seminar (meeting report),    Automotive emission standards and fuel             moth, 89
   881                                          economy (letter), R. J. Naumann, 595          Beryllium disease (meeting report), J. D.
Alter, H. See Abert, J. G., et al.            A.xelrod, J. See Kreuz, D. S.                      Stoeckle and T. Mancuso, 449
Alter, M. See Kahana, E., et al.              Aziz, K. M. S.: Diarrhea toxin obtained         Best, G. See Gehrels, T., et al.
Alvarez, J. M. See Kinard, W. H., et al.        from a waterbloom-producing species,          Best, P. M. See Kerrick, W. G. L.
Ambiavagar, M. See Chalon, J., et al.            Microcystis aeruginosa Kiitzing, 1206        Beta cell protection to alloxan necrosis by
Amino acid sequence of rabbit muscle                                                             anomers of D-glucose, A. A. Rossini
   aldolase and the structure of the active                                                      et al., 424
                                                                   B                          Bewley, T. A.: book review of Structure-
   center, C. Y. Lai et al., 1204                                                                activity relationships of protein and
Amorphous semiconductor switching in          BACHRACH, u., Function of naturally oc-            polypeptide hormones, 193
   melanins, J. McGinness et al., 853            curring polyamines, book review of, 1075     Bezanilla, F., and C. M. Armstrong:
Amphetamine in human plasma: a sensitive      "Back-to-the-wall" effec*Pontinues (let-           Gating currents of the sodium chan-
   and specific enzymatic assay, D. S.           ter), W. Simon, 150                             nels: three ways to block them, 753
   Kreuz and J. Axelrod, 420                  Bacteriophage structure: determination of       Bhalla, R. C. See Korenman, S. G., et al.
Analysis of neutrality in protein poly-          head-tail symmetry mismatch for Caulo-       BICKEL, L., Rise up to life, book review of,
   morphism, W. J. Ewens et al., 446             bacter crescentus phage pCbK, J. A.             505
ANDERSON, D. T., Embryology and phylogeny        TLake and K. R. -Leonard, 744                Bidleman, T. F., and C. E. Olney:
   in annelids and arthropods, book review    Bailey, J. V. See Pinsky, L. S., et al.            Chlorinated hydrocarbons in the Sar-
   of, 1073-                                  Bair, W. J., and R. C. Thompson: Pluto-            gasso Sea atmosphere and surface water,
Anderson, J. D. See Howard, H. T., et al.        nium: biomedical research, 715                  516
Anderson, J. D., et al.: Gravitational pa-    Baird, M. B. See Samis, H. V., et al.           Biederman-Thorson, M. See Thorson, J.
   rameters of the Jupiter system from the    Bakay, L. See Parrish, R. G., et al.            Bierl, B. A. See Beroza, M., et al.
   Doppler tracking of Pioneer 10, 322        Baker, D. N. See Van Allen, J. A., et al.       Binford, C. H. See Storrs, E. E., et al.
Anderson, J. J. B. See Talmage, R. V.         Baker, L. See Gehrels, T., et al.               Biological cycles for toxic elements in the
ANDERSON, J. R., and G. H. BOWER, Human       Baker, R. See Gehrels, T., et al.                 environment, J. M. Wood, 1049
iv                                                        INDEX TO VOLUME 183
Biological responses of A tta texana to its     CANNY, M. J., Phloem translocation, book             HAGER (Ed.), book review by F. M.
   alarm pheromone and the enantiomer of           review of, 68                                     Richards, 1076
   the pheromone, R. G. Riley et al., 760       Cantharidin: potent feeding deterrent to          Chemistry of organophosphorus pesticides,
Biology of Coccinellidae, I. HODEK, book           insects, J. E. Carrel and T. Eisner, 755          The, C. FEST and K.-J. SCHMIDT, book
   review by K. S. Hagen, 299                   Capron, A. M., and A. Etzioni: Protection            review by R. L. Metcalf, 506
Biology of the Indian Ocean, B. ZEITZSCHEL         of human subjects (letters), 797               Chino, H., et al.: Biosynthesis of a-ecdy-
   (Ed.), book review by J. Steele, 405         Carbon dioxide hydrate and floods on                 sone by prothoracic glands in vitro, 529
Biosynthesis of a-ecdysone by prothoracic          Mars, D. J. Milton, 654                        Chiroff, R. T. See Villareale, M., et al.
   glands in vitro, H. Chino et al., 529        Carbon fixation and isotope discrimina-           CHISSICK, S. S. See PRICE, W. C., et al.
Biotic energy flows (letter), G. M. Wood-          tion by a crassulacean plant: dependence       Chlorinated hydrocarbons in the Sargasso
   well, 367                                       on the photoperiod, J. C. Lerman and              Sea atmosphere and surface water, T. F'
Biotransformation and fermentations (neet-         0. Queiroz, 1207                                  Bidleman and C. E. Olney, 516
   ing report), J. P. Rosazza, 1217             Carbonic anhydrase and osteoclasts: locali-       Cho-Chung, Y. S., and P. M. Gullino: In
BISHOP, J. E., Limnology of a small Malay-          zation by labeled inhibitor autoradiog-          vivo inhibition of growth of two
   an river Sungai Gombak, book review              raphy, C. V. Gay and W. J. Mueller,              hormone-dependent mammary tumors
   of, 65                                          432                                               by dibutyryl cyclic AMP, 87
Bjorkholm, P. See Gorenstein, P., et al.        Carcinogenicity of methylchrysenes, D.            Cholera toxin: interaction of subunits with
Blenman, C. See Gehrels, T., et al.                Hoffmann et al., 215                              ganglioside Gm1, S. van Heyningen, 656
Bloom, A. D.: book review of Genetics           Carew, T. E. See Sniderman, A. D., et al.         Choline content of rat brain, W. B.
   of sex differentiation, 66                   Carlson, H. J.: Science: challenges of to-           Stavinoha and S. T. Weintraub, 964
Blumberg, B. S. See Mahoney, P., et al.            day-outlook for the future (Associa-           Chorus, C. A.: Drug education conference
Bond, J. J. See Power, J. F., et al.                tioii Affairs), 104                               (letter), 1142
Bondinell, W. E. See Hoffmann, D., et al.       Carlson, R. W. See Judge, D. L.                   Chromosome identification, T. CASPERSSON
Bonds and bands in semiconductors, J. c.        CARLSOO, s., How man moves, book re-                 and L. ZECH (Eds.), book review by J.
   PHILLIPS, book review by J. J. Hopfield,         view of, 649                                     German, 647
   403                                          Carmichael, K. See Kulik, J. A., et al.           Chung, E., and E. J. Miller: Collagen
 Borenfreund, E. See Bendich, A., et al.        Carpenter, F. L.: Torpor in an Andean                polymorphism: characterization of
 Bormann, F. H.: Energy and environ-                hummingbird: its ecological significance,        molecules with the chain composition
    mental costs (letter), 1246                     545                                               [al (II1)]3 in human tissues, 1200
 Bornstein, M. M. B. See Fry, J. M., et al.     Carrel, J. E., and T. Eisner: Cantharidin:        Chylek, P., and J. A. Coakley, Jr.: Aero-
BOWER, G. H. See ANDERSON, J. R.                    potent feeding deterrent to insects, 755         sols and climate, 75
Boyd, W. C. See Matsubara, S.                    Carson, H. L.: book review of The evolu-         Citation analysis (letters), S. A. Goudsmit
Braham, J. See Kahana, E., et al.                   tion of melanism, 67                             et al., 28
Brain hyaluronidase: changes in activity         CARSON, T. R., and M. J. ROBERTS (Eds.),         Clark, G. R., II: Calcification on an un-
   during chick development, J. R. Polansky         Atoms and molecules in astrophysics,              stable substrate: marginal growth in the
   et al., 862                                      book rev iew of, 405                              mollusk Pecten diegentsis, 968
BRAUER, R. W. (Ed.), Barobiology and the         Carter, L. J. (News and Comment): boll           Claycomb, W. C. See Goldstein, M. A.,
   experimental biology of the deep sea,            weevil and its eradication, 494; floating        et al.
   book review of, 1074                              nuclear plants, 1063; land use legisla-       Clements, A. See Gehrels, T., et al.
Bressler, R. See Brumbaugh, P. F., et al.            tion, 1176; off-road vehicles in Cali-        Cloud, P.: Rubey conference on crustal
Bridge, H. S., et al.: Observations at              fornia Desert, 396, 936                           evolution (meeting report), 878
   VenuLs encounter by the plasma science        Casagrande, J. T. See Menck, H. R., et al.        Coakley, J. A., Jr. See Chylek, P.
   experiment on Mariner 10, 1293                Casida, J. E., et al.: Toxaphene insecticide:     Coal and the present energy situation, E.
Broadfoot, A. L., et al.: Ultraviolet ob-           a complex biodegradable mixture, 520              F. Osborn, 477
   ser-vations of Venus from Mariner 10          Casparian strip as a barrier to the move-         Coburn, J. (News and Comment): sterili-
   preliminary results, 1315                        ment of lanthanum in corn roots, The,             zation regulations, 935
Brown, H.: Scholarly exchanges with the              G. Nagahashi et al., 670                      Cody, M. L.: Optimization in ecology,
    People's Republic of China, 52. See also     CASPERSSON, T., and L. ZECH (Eds.),                  1156
    Kuhn, U. S. G., III                             Chromosome identification, book rev iew        Coffeen, D. See Gehrels, T., et at.
 Brtimbaugh, P. F., et al.: Radioreceptor            of, 647                                       Cohen, G. See Riely, C. A., et al.
   assay for la,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3,          Castillo, N. See Gehrels, T., et al.              Cohen, I. R. See Orgad, S.
    1089                                         Castor, G. B., and W. H. Smyers: Gaso-            Cohn, M. See Barstad, P., et al.
Brunhes epoch: isotopic paleotemperatures            line substitutes (letters), 698               Colburn, D. S. See Schubert, G., et al.
   and geochronology, The, C. Emiliani           Cell culture of mammalian endometrium                See also Smith, E. J., et at.
    and N. J. Shackleton, 511                        and synthesis of blastokinin in vitro, G.     Cole, J. R. See Goudsmit, S. A., et al.
Brunn, D. L. See Howard, H. T., et al.               L. Whitson and F. A. Murray, 668              COLE, J. R., and S. COLE, Social stratifica-
Brush, S. G.: Should the history of science      Cerebroside antibody inhibits sulfatide              tion in science, book review of, 841
    be rated X?, 1164                                synthesis and myelination and demyeli-        Cole, M.: book review of Africa counts,
Bumblebee Oceli and navigation at dusk,              nates in cord tissue cultures, J. M. Fry       741
   W. G. Wellington, 550                             et al., 540                                  Cole, S. See Goudsmit, S. A., et al.
                                                 Cervetto, L., and M. Piccolino: Synaptic         COLE, S. See COLE, J. R.
Burchfield, H. P. See Storrs, E. E., et at.          transmission between photoreceptors and      Coleman, P. J., Jr. See Smith, E. J., et
 Burt, W.: book review of North Sea sci-             horizontal cells in the turtle retina, 417      al.
    ence, 1286                                    Chader, G. J. See Bensinger, R. E., et al.      Collagen polymorphism: characterization
 Butzer, K. W.: book review of Geo-              Chaganti, R. S. K. See Marsh, W. L., et al.         of molecules with the chain composi-
    morphology in deserts, 1286                   Chalon, J., et at.: Tracheobronchial epithe-       tion [al (III)]. in human tissues, E.
                                                     lial multinucleation in malignant disease,      Chung and E. J. Miller, 1200
                                                     525                                          Collard, H. R. See Wolfe, J. H., et al.
                     C                            Chandler, J. G. See Sniderman, A. D.,           Comar, C. L.: Radiation effects (letter),
                                                     et al.                                          258
Cahill, G. F., Jr. See Rossini, A. A., et al.     Chang, D. See Lai, C. Y., et al.                Comparative morphology of the mam-
Cain, D. L. See Kliore, A., et al.                Chang, K.-P., and W. Trager: Nutritional           malian ovary, H. W. MOSSMAN and K. L.
Calcification on an unstable substrate:               significance of symbiotic bacteria in two      DUKE, book review by C. R. Austin, 948
   marginal growth in the mollusk Pecten              species of hemoflagellates, 531             Computer systems (letter), D. J. Frailey,
    tliegensis, G. R. Clark II, 968               Chapin, F. S., III: Phosphate absorption           150
Calcium absorption and calcium-binding               capacity and acclimation potential in        Computers and future music, M. V.
   protein synthesis: SolantumX malacoxylon           plants along a latitudinal gradient, 521        Mathews et al. 263
   reverses strontium inhibition, R. H.           Charette, M. P See Pieters, C., et al.          Comroe, J. H., Jr.: Heart panel's report
   Wasserman, 1092                                Charles, D. Seakannard, A., et al.                  (letter), 150
Calcium and phosphorus metabolism, J. T.          Charlson, R..,E.- See Whitby, K. T., et al.     Conception of nature in Japanese culture,
   IRVING, book review by H. E. Harrison,         Chase, S. C., E. D. Miner, D. Morrison,            The, M. Watanabe, 279
   845                                                G. Munch, G. Neugebauer: Preliminary        Condon, W. S., and L. W. Sander: Neonate
Calcium ion release in mechanically dis-              infrared radiometry of Venus from              movement is synchronized with adult
   rupted heart cells, W. G. L. Kerrick               Mariner 10, 1291                               speech: interactional participation and
   and P. M. Best, 435                            Chase, S. C., R. D. Ruiz, G. Munch, G.              language acquisition, 99
Callaway, E. See Harris, P. R.                        Neugebauer, M. Schroeder, L. M. Traf-       Confusion over bacteriophage OX-174,
 Cameron, E. A., et al.: Disruption of                ton: Pioneer 10 infrared radiometer ex-         The (letter), W. Szybalski, 1145
   gypsy moth mating with microencapsu-                periment: preliminary results, 315          COOKE, R. u., and A. WARREN, Geomor-
   lated disparlure, 972                          CHASE, W. G. (Ed.), Visual information              phology in deserts, book review of, 1286
 Cancer and adventists (letter), R. L. Phil-          processing, bqok review of, 402             Cooper, J. C., and A. D. Hasler: Elec-
   lips, 471                                      Chemistry and functions of colicins, L. P.          troencephalographic evidence for reten-
                                                           INDEX TO VOLUME 183                                                              v

   tion of olfactory cues in homing coho          DDE: its presence in peregrine eggs in           Dunne, J. A.: Mariner 10 Venus en-
   salmon, 336                                       1948, D. B. Peakall, 673                        counter, 1289
Copernican observations (letters), R.             Deep impurities in semiconductors, A. G.         Duquesnoy, R. J. See Kemp, R. G.
   Berendzen and A. H. Hammond, 469                  MILNES, book review by C. H. Henry,           Dyal, P. See Smith, E. J., et al.
Copyright decision (letter), W. White Jr.,           1284                                          Dynamics of expanding inhibitory fields,
   698                                            Deepwater illumination (letter), M. V.             R. A. Armstrong et al., 444
copyright, public policy, and informa-               King, 596                                     Dyson, R. H., Jr.: book review of South
   tion technology, N. L. Henry, 384              Definition of the meter (letter), J. D.            Asian archaeology, 947
Corry, P. See McGinness, J., et al.                  Mulholland, 1248
poser, L. A.: book review of Tradition,           DeFries, J. C., et al.: Near identity of
   change, and modernity, 742                        cognitive structure in two ethnic groups,                         E
Cosmides, G. J.: Pharmacology and tox-               338
   icology applied to the treatment of pa-        Deibler, W. P. See Beatty, J., et al.            Earth's magnetosphere, The, J. G. Roed-
   tients (meetinig report), 1219                 DE JONG, K. A., and R. SCHOLTEN (Eds.),            erer, 37
Costa, J. L., et al.: Serotonin storage in           Gravity and tectonics, book review of,        Easton, W. H. See Ku, T. L., et al.
   platelets: estimation of storage-packet           1186                                          Eaton, J. W., et al.: Survival at extreme
   size, 537                                      DeLuca, H. F. See Tanaka, Y.                        altitude: protective effect of increased
Cotter, W. B.: Social facilitation and de-        de Nevers, N. See Levenspiel, 0.                   hemoglobin-oxygen affinity, 743
   velopment in Ephestia kiilnziella Z., 747      DePierre, J. W., and M. L. Karnovsky:            Ebbesen, P.: Aging increases susceptibility
Coupling between cortical potentials from            Ecto-enzyme of granulocytes: 5' nucleo-         of mouse skin to DMBA carcinogenesis
   different areas, E. Callaway and P. R.            tidase, 1096                                     independent of general immune status,
   Harris, 873                                    Detection of heat-labile Esclierichia coli         217
Covers: dog as surrogate mother (22                  enterotoxin with the use of adrenal cells     Eckles, H. H.: Marine advisory programs,
    Mar.); glacier crevasse (18 Jan.); iso-          in tissue culture, S. T. Donta et al., 334       (letter), 595
   density computer display (22 Feb.);            Detection of radon emission at the edges         Economics of resource recovery from
   Jupiter's red spot and a shadow of the            of lunar maria with the Apollo alpha-            municipal solid waste, The, J. G. Abert
   moon (25 Jan.); male pronghorn (1                 particle spectrometer, P. Gorenstein et          et al., 1052
   Mar.); manganese nodules (8 Feb.);                al., 411                                      Ecto-enzyme of granulocytes: 5' nucleoti-
   metals recovered from municipal refuse         Deuterium oxide effect on temperature-              dase, J. W. DePierre and M. L. Karnov-
    (15 Mar.); micrograph of aluminum-               dependent survival in populations of            sky, 1096
   silicate mixture (11 Jan.); peregrine fal-        Dr osophiila melaniogaster, H. V. Samis       Edelson, R. E. See Howard, H. T., et al.
    cons in an eyrie (15 Feb.); "phosphenes"         et al., 427                                   Editorials: AAAS meetings, 369; Academic
   in visual field of a blind patient (1 Feb.);   DE WITT, B. S., and N. GRAHAM (Eds.), The           science and industry, 1251; Global
   satellite photo of east coast of North            many-worlds interpretation of quantum            science policy, 1147; Ignorance as the
   America and Greenland (8 Mar.);                   mechanics, book review of, 1189                  driving force, 907; Managers of science,
    Venus (29 Mar.)                               Diarrhea toxin obtained from a water-               599; No easy way out of energy crisis,
Cram, D. J., and, J. M. Cram: Host-                  bloom-producing species, Microcystis             475; Out of the energy crunch by 1976,
   guest chemistry, 803                              aeruginiosa Kiutzing, K. M. S. Aziz, 1206        707; Overmanagement of medicine, 155;
Cram, J. M. See Cram, D. J.                       Dickerson, R. E.: book review of Cyto-              Pioneer 10 mission to Jupiter, 261;
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: focus among               chromes, 505                                     Prospectus for science advising, 801;
   Libyan Jews in Israel, E. Kahana et al.,       Dickey, P. A. See Pozo-Olano, J. deD.,              The "slippery slope" of science, 1041;
   90                                                et al.
Cruickshank, A. M.: Gordon Research               Dickinson, R. See Howard, H. T., et al.             Social experiments: promise and prob-
   Conferences (meeting report), 979              Diphenylhydantoin: effects on calcium              lems, 35          -
Culliton, B. J. (News and Comment):                  metabolism in the chick, M. Villareale        Education in the San Francisco Bay area
   Frederickson and Institute of Medicine,           et al., 671                                       (Association Affairs), C. Irving, 340
    184, 398; health budget for fiscal year       Disease and economic development, B. A.          EISENSTADT, S. N., Tradition, change, and
    1975, 638; Institute of Medicine scrubs          WEISBROD et al., book review by P. K.           modernity, book review of, 742
   three committees, 937; Marston to presi-          Newman, 1286                                  Eisner, T. See Carrel, J. E.
   dency of the University of Florida, 285;       Disruption of gypsy moth mating with             Electroencephalographic evidence for re-
    medical education and its cost, 1272;            microencapsulated disparlure, E. A.             tention of olfactory cues in homing coho
    National Institutes of Health and its            Cameron et al., 972                              salmon, J. C. Cooper and A. D. Hasler,
   leadership, 829; Office of Management          Distributed relaxation processes in sensory        336
   and Budget, 392; prescription drugs, 284;         adaptation, J. Thorson and M. Bieder-         Electron tunneling and superconductivity,
   Sherman to American Association of                man-Thorson, 161                                I. Giaever, 1253
   Medical Colleges, 285; Stetten to deputy       DNA synthesis and mitosis in well-dif-           Embryology and phylogeny in annelids
   director at NIH, 285                              ferentiated mammalian cardiocytes, M.           and arthropods, D. T. ANDERSON, book
Culotti, J. See Hartwell, L. H., et al.              A. Goldstein et al., 212                         review by R. L. Fernald, 1073
Currey, J. D.: book review of Mechanical          Dobelle, W. H., et al.: Artificial vision for    Emiliani, C., and N. J. Shackleton: The
   properties of bone, 67                            the blind: electrical stimulation of vis-       Brunhes epoch: isotopic paleotempera-
Cutler, H. C.: book review of Palaeoethno-           ual cortex offers hope for a functional          tures and geochronology, 511
   botany, 193                                       prosthesis, 440                               Emmel, T. C.: Rainfall in the Amazon
Cyclic adenosine monophosphate: selective         Dolezalova, H. See Stepita-Klauco, M.,              Basin (letter), 257
   increase in caudate nucleus after admin-          et al.                                        Energetic electrons in the magnetosphere
   istration of L-dopa, E. Garelis and N.         Domestikationsforschung und geschichte             of Jupiter, J. A. Van Allen et al., 309
   H. Neff, 532                                      der haustiere, J. MATOLCSI (Ed.), book        Energetic particle population in the Jovian
 Cytochromes, R. LEMBERG and J. BARRETT,             review by E. S. Wing, 844                       magnetosphere: a preliminary note, J.
   book review by R. E. Dickerson, 505             Donaldson, J. L.: Injuries related to cos-         H. Trainor et al., 311
                                                      metics (letter), 1246                        Energy and environmental costs (letter),
                                                  Donta, S. T., et al.: Detection of heat-            F. H. Bormann, 1246
                      D                              labile Escherichia coli enterotoxin with      Energy and the environment (letter), J.
                                                     the use of adrenal cells in tissue culture,      McCarthy, 901
Dale, D. C., and R. G. Graw, Jr.: Trans-             334                                           Enright, J. T. See Snedaker, S. C.
  plantation of allogeneic bone marrow in         Doolittle, R. F.: book review of The var-        Enzymatic mechanism for the antithrom-
  canine cyclic neutropenia, 83                      iation and adaptive expression of anti-          botic and antihemostatic actions of
Dalgarno, A.: book review of Atoms and               bodies, 190                                      aspirin, An, A. L. Willis, 325
  molecules in astrophysics, 405                  Doose, L. See Gehrels, T., et al.                EPSTEIN, E. H. See WEISBROD, B. A., et al.
DALLOS, P., The auditory periphery, book          Douce, R.: Site of biosyntaesis of galacto-      Eraker, J. H. See Simpson, J. A., J. H.
  review of, 845                                     lipids in spinach chlorocijiasts, 852            Eraker, J. E. Lamport, P. H. Walpole
Dana, T. F. See Newman, W. A.                     Dowling, H. F.: book review of Rise up           Erratum: for News and Comment (25
Danes, Z. F.: book review of Theory of               to life, 505                                    Jan., p. 291), 769
   the earth's gravity field, 1284                 Dowty, E., et al.: "Very High Alumina           ERWIN, -. A. (Ed.), Lipids and biomem-
Danielson, G. E. See Murray, B. C., et al.           basalt": a mixture and not a magma               branes of eukaryotic microorganisms,
David, E. E., Jr.: Prospectus for science            type, 1214                                       book review of, 1287
  advising (editorial), 801                        Dretchen, K. L. See Hoekman, T. B., et al.      Esaki, L.: Long journey into tunneling,
Davies, M. E. See Murray, B. C., et al.            Drug education conference (letter), C. A.          1149
Davies, R. E.: book review of How man                Chorus, 1 142                                 Esposito, P. B. See Howard, H. T., et al.
  moves, 649                                      Duce, R. A. See Zoller, W. H., et al.            Essenhigh, R. H.: Fuel technology direc-
Davis, D. E.: Unemployed biologists (let-         Duffy, T. E. See Vergara, F., et al.               tory (letter), 797
  ter), 1036                                      DUKE, K. L. See MOSSMAP\ H. W.                   Ethane evolution: a new index of lipid
Davis, L., Jr. See Smith, E. J., et al.           Dunn, C. Y. See Aaronson, S. A.                     peroxidation, C. A. Riely et al., 208
VA                                                       INDEX TO VOLUME 183
Etzioni, A.: The "slippery slope" of sci-       Fremlin, J. H. See Goksu, H. Y., et al.             energy budget for fiscal year 1975, 636;
   ence (editorial), 1041. See also Capron,     Friedman, T. B., et al.: Galactosemia and           Hosmer to leave Congress, 398; Mead
  A. M.                                           galactonolactone: further biochemical             elected AAAS president, 181; plutonium
Eustatic sea level 120,000 years ago on           observations, 764                                 and the "hot particle problem," 834;
   Oahu, Hawaii, T.-L. Ka et al., 959           Fry, J. M., et al.: Cerebroside antibody            "Problems of forbidden knowledge" a
Evans, C. A., Jr. See Natusch, D. F. S.,           inhibits sulfatide synthesis and myelina-        AAAS meeting, 1060; synthetic fuel.,
   et al.                                          tion and demyelinates in cord tissue cul-        641; uranium enrichment, 1172, 1271;
EVANS, F. G., Mechanical properties of             tures, 540                                       Velikovsky and AAAS forum, 1059;
   bone, book review of, 67                     Fryxell, R. See Goksu, H. Y., et al.                Weinberg leaves Oak Ridge, 60; WeiT
Evans, H. E.: book review of Wasps, 192         Fuel technology directory (letter), R. H.           berg moves to White House, 288; See
Evidence that enzyme polymorphisms are             Essenhigh, 797                                   also Abelson, P. H., and R. Gillette
   selectively neutral, but blood group         Function of naturally occurring polya-           Girvin, J. P. See Dobelle, W. H., et al.
   polymorphisms are not, T. Yamazaki              mines, U. BACHRACH, book review by E.         Gladney, E. S. See Zoller, W. H., et al.
   and T. Maruyama, 1091                           J. Herbst, 1075                               Glass, L. See Armstrong, R. A., et al.
Evolution of melanism, The, B. KETTLE-                                                           Global science policy (editorial), Lord
   WELL, book review by H. L. Carson, 67                                                            Ritchie-Calder, 1147
Evolutionary paleoecology of the marine                              G                           Goksu, H. Y., et al.: Age discrimination
   biosphere, J. W. VALENTINE, book review                                                          of burned flint by a thermoluminescent
   by J. Levinton, 648                          Gaffney, P. E.: PCB's: another source?              method, 651
Ewens, W. J., et al.: Analysis of neutrality       (letter), 367                                 GOLDBERG, E. D. (,Ed.), North Sea sci-
   in protein polymorphism, 446                 Gaines, A. M.: Protodolomite synthesis at           ence, book review of, 1286
Exchanges with China (letters), U. S. G.            100°C and atmospheric pressure, 518          Goldberger, R. F.: Autogenous regulation
   Kuhn, III, and H. Brown, 1142                Gal, E. M. See Harvey, J. A.                        of gene expression, 810
Excitability changes in cat lateral geni-       Galactosemia and galactonolactone: fur-          Goldman, C. R. See Home, A. J.
   culate cells during saccadic eye move-          ther biochemical observations, T. B.          Goldman, M. I.: book review of Our en-
   ments, H. Noda and W. R. Adey, 543               Friedman et al., 764                            vironment, 1187
                                                Gale, S.: The "relevance" of basic science       Goldstein, A. See Lowney, L. I., et al.
                                                    (letter), 473                                Goldstein, M. A., et al.: DNA synthesis
                     F                          Galenism, o. TEMKIN, book review by L.              and mitosis in well-differentiated mam-
                                                   G. Wilson, 650                                   malian cardiocytes, 212
Fagan, J. F., II: Infant color perception,      Gallo, R. C. See Lewis, B. J., et al.            Golub, L. See Gorenstein, P., et al.
   973                                          Gally, J. A.: book review of Genetic con-        Goodman, R. N., et al.: Host-specific phy-
Failure to confirm cyclic AMP as second             trol of immune responsiveness, 507              totoxic polysaccharide from apple tis-
   messenger for norepinephrine in rat cere-    Gambolati, G., et al.: Predictive simula-           sue infected by Erwinia amylovora,
   bellum, N. Lake and L. M. Jordan, 663            tion of the subsidence of Venice, 849            1081
Fairweather, R. See Stepita-K1auco, M.,         Garber, M. See Suenaga, M.                       Goran, M. See Stokes, J., III, et al.
   et al.                                       Gardner, F. H. See Marsh, W. L., et al.          Gordon Research Conferences (meeting
Farel, P. B.: book review of Habitutation,      Garelis, E., and N. H. Neff: Cyclic adeno-           report), A. M. Cruickshank, 979
   649                                              sine monosphosphate: selective increase      Gorenstein, P., et al.: Detection of radon
FDR's science policy (letter), D. J. Kev-           in caudate nucleus after administration         emission at the edges of lunar maria
   les, 798                                         of L-dopa, 532                                   with the Apollo alpha-particle spectrom-
Fears, T. R., and M. A. Schneiderman:           Gas-rich meteorites: possible evidence for           eter, 411
   Pathologic evaluation and the blind tech-        origin on a regolith, D. Macdougall et       Gorman, A. L. F. See McReynolds, J. S.
   nique (letter), 1144                             al., 73                                      GOTTLIEB, G' (Ed.), Behavioral embryology,
Fecal bacterial p-glucuronidase: control by     Gasoline substitutes (letters), G. B. Cas-           book review of, 948
   diet, B. S. Reddy et al., 416                    tor and W. H. Smyers, 698                    Goudsmit, S. A.: Voluntary or not? (let-
Federbush, P. G.: book review of The            GASTON, J., Originality and competition in           ter), 702
   many-worlds interpretation of quantum            science, book review of, 841                  Goudsmit, S. A., et al.: Citation analysis
   mechanics, 1189                               Gates, D. M. See Bakken, G. S., et al.              (letters), 28
Feldman, B. M.: Rabies shots (letter),          Gating currents of the sodiuf. channels:          Gould, L. V. See Villareale, M., et al.
    1248                                            three ways to block them, F. Bezanilla        Gould, S. J.: book review of Numerical
Feldman, M. W. See Ewens, W. J., et al.             and C. M. Armstrong, 753                         taxonomy, 739
Feldman, W. C. See Bridge, H. S., et al.         Gatto, P. See Gambolati, G., et al.              GRAHAM, N. See DE WITT, B. S.
Female steroid hormones and target cell          Gault, D. See Murray, B. C., et al.              Grant administration (letters), V. P.
   nuclei, B. W. O'Malley and A. R.              Gay, C. V., and W. J. Mueller: Carbonic             White and R. J. Woodrow, 901
    Means, 610                                       anhydrase and osteoclasts: localization      Gravitation, c. w. MISNER et al., book re-
Fernald, R. L.: book review of Embry-                by labeled inhibitor autoradiography,           view by D. W. Sciama, 1186
   ology and phylogeny in annelids and               432                                          Gravitational parameters of the Jupiter
    arthropods, 1073                             Gehrels, T., et al.: Imaging photopolarim-           system from the Doppler tracking of
 FEST, C., and K.-J. SCHMIDT, Chemistry of           eter experiment on Pioneer 10, 318              Pioneer 10, J. D. Anderson et a!., 322
     organophosphorus pesticides, book   re-     Geigle, J. E. See Moore, J. C.                   Gravity and tectonics, K. A. DE JONG and
   view of, 506                                  Genetic control of immune responsiveness            R. SCHOLTEN (Eds.), book r-eview by
Feynman, R. P.: Structure of the pro-                H. 0. MC DEVIIT and M. LANDY (Eds.),            A. L. Hales, 1186
   ton, 601                                          book review by J. A. Gally, 507              Graw, R. G., Jr. See Dale, D. C.
Ficken, M. S. See Ficken, R. W., et al.          Genetic control of the cell division cycle       Greeley, R., et a!.: Wind tunnel simula-
Ficken, R. W., et al.: Temporal pattern              in yeast, L. H. Hartwell et al., 46              tions of light and dark streaks on Mars,
   shifts to avoid acoustic interference in      Genetic heterogeneity (letters), R. S. Singh         847
   singing birds, 762                                and R. Klein, 700                            Greenberg, A. See Beatty, J., et al.
Fillius, R. W., and C. E. Mcllwain: Radia-       Genetic recombination: genetic, physical,        GREENWOOD, F. C. See MARGOULIES, M.
   tion belts of Jupiter, 314                        and biochemical aspects (meeting report),    Gross, J. See Polansky, J. R., et al.
 Fjeldbo, G. See Howard, H. T., et al. See           A. Skalka et al., 1218                       Groipe', V.: Virus Cancer Program (let-
   also Kliore, A., et al.                       Genetics of sex differentiation, u. MITT-            ter), 367
 Fjcrdingstad, E. J., and V. E. Shashoua:            WOCH, book review by A. D. Bloom, 66         Guanylate cyclase: inhibition by light in
   Seasonal changes in goldfish learning?,        Geomorphology in deserts, R. U. COOKE               retinal photoreceptors, R. E. Bensinger
    1321                                             alnd A. WARREN, book review by K. W.             et a!., 86
 Fleischner, G. See Mahoney, P., et al.               Butzer, 1286                                Gtillino, P. M. See Cho-Chung, Y. S.
 Fletcher, R. T. See Bensinger, R. E., et a!.     George, W. J. 5&e Ignarro, L. J., et al.         Gunnells, J. C. See Schanberg, S. M.. et al.
 Flindt, H. R. See Van Allen, J. A., et al.       German, D. C.Tee Yeomans, J. S., et a!.
 Flynn, J. P. See Bandler, R. J., Jr.             German, J.: book review of Chromosome                                H
 Forest planning (letters), D. J. Zinn and           identification, 647. See also Marsh, W.
    P. C. Wakeley, 26                                L., et al.
 Form and pattern in human evolution,             Giaever, I.: Electron tunneling and super-      Habituation, H. V. S. PEEKE and M. J.
    C. OXNARD, book review by D. M. Raup,            conductivity, 1253                             HERZ (Eds.), book review by P. B.
    298                                           GIERE, R. N., and R. S. WESTFALL (Eds.),          Farel, 649
 Foundations of scientific method, R. N.              Foundations of scientific method, book      Hackerman, N.: Ignorance as the driving
    GIERE and R. S. WESTFALL (Eds.), book             review of, 946                                force (editorial), 907
    review by R. Smith, 946                       Gillett, J. D.: book review of Man against      Hagen, K. S.: book review of Biology of
 Frailey, D. J.: Computer systems (letter),           tsetse, 299                                   Coccinellidae, 299
    150                                           Gillette, R. (News and Comment): congres-       HAGER, L. P. (Eds.), Chemistry and func-
 Freeze, R. A. See Gambolati, G., et a!.              sional press gallery controversy, 728;         tions of colicins, book review of, 1076
                                                       INDEX TO VOLUME 183                                                               vii
Hailman, J. P. See Ficken, R. W., et al.          Smithsonian Institution's Center for         Inhibition of neighboring motoneurons in
Hales, A. L.: book review of Gravity and          Short-Lived Phenomena, 55; Social In-          conscious control of single spinal moto-
   tectonics, 1186                               dicators, 1276; world population and             neurons, H. M. Smith, Jr., et al., 975
 lill, C. F.: Pioneer 10, 301                    fertility reduction, 833                      lnjuries related to cosmetics (lettej), J. L.
HALLAM, A., A revolution in the earth          Holloway, F. A. See Yeomans, J. S., et al.         Donaldson, 1246
   sciences, book review of, 504               Holmstead, R. L. See Casida, J. E., et al.      Innovation in industry and the diffusion of
Hameen-Anttila, J. See Gehrels, T., et al.     Homogenized milk and atherosclerosis               technology, J. M. Utterback, 620
HIamilton, D. See Simpson, J. A., D.              (letter), J. P. Zikakis, 472                 Instability of N-nitrosamides (letter), W.
   Hamilton, G. Lentz, R. B. McKibben, A.      Hood, L. See Barstad, P., et al.                   Lijinsky, 368
   Mogro-Campero, M. Perkins, K. R.            Hook, E. B.: Publishing ethics (letter),        Institutions in modern society: caretakers
   Pyle, A. J. Tuzzolino, J. J. O'Gallagher       1246                                            and subjects, 0. I. Romano-V., 722
Hammond, A. L. (Researcli News): fron-         Hoover, S. R.: Prevention of food-process-      "Internal waves" advancing along sub-
   tiers of research in atmospheric and          ing wastes, 824                                  marine canyons, F. P. Shepard et al.,
   marine science, 736; manganese nodules,     Hopfield, J. J.: book review of Bonds and          195
   502, 644. See also Berendzen, R. See           bands in semiconductors, 403                 Interplanetary and near-Jupiter meteoroid
   also Metz, W. D., and A. L. Hammond         Horita, A. See Quock, R. M.                        environments: preliminary results from
Hammond, N. See Romanov, M. A., et al.         Hormonal control of neutrophil lysosomal           the meteoroid detection experiment, W.
HAMMOND, N. (Ed.), South Asian archaeol-         enzyme release: effect of epinephrine            H. Kinard et al., 321
   ogy, book review of, 947                       on adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate, L. J.      Interstellar hydrogen in galaxies, M. S.
Hapke, B. See Murray, B. C., et al.               lgnarro et al., 855                             Roberts, 371
Harris, P. R., and E. Callaway: Coupling       Horne, A. J., and C. R. Goldman: Sup-           Intestinal lactase activity in the suckling
   between cortical potentials from differ-       pression of nitrogen fixation by blue-          rat: influence of hypophysectomy and
   ent areas, 873                                 green algae in a eutrophic lake with            thyroidectomy, K. Y. Yeh and F. Moog,
Har r ison, H. See Hobbs, P. V., et al.           trace additions of copper, 409                  77
Harrison, H. E.: book review of Calcium        Host-guest chemistry, D. J. Cram and            Intriligator, D. S. See Wolfe, J. H., et al.
   and phosphorus metabolism, 845                J. M. Cram, 803                               In vivo inhibition of growth of two hor-
Hartle, R. E. See Bridge, H. S., et al.        Host-specific phytotoxic polysaccharide            mone-dependent mammary tumors by
Hartwell, L. H., et al.: Genetic control of       from apple tissue infected by Erwinia           dibutyryl cyclic AMP, Y. S. Cho-Chung
   the cell division cycle in yeast, 46           atmylovora, R. N. Goodman et al., 1081          and P. M. Gullino, 87
Harvey, J. A., and E. M. Gil: Septal           How big is a chunk?, H. A. Simon, 482           Ionic basis of hyperpolarizing receptor po-
   tryptophan-5-hydroxylase: divergent re-     How man moves, s. CARLSOO, book review             tential in scallop eye: increase in
   sponse to raphe lesions and parachloro-        by R. E. Davies, 649                            permeability to potassium ions, J. S.
   phenylalanine, 869                          Howard, H. T., et al.: Venus: mass,                McReynolds and A. L. F. Gorman, 658
Hasler, A. D. See Cooper, J. C.                   gravity field, atmosphere, and ionosphere    Irving, C.: Education in the San Francisco
Haussler, D. H. See Brumbaugh, P. F.,             as measured by the Mariner 10 dual-             Bay area (Association Aflairs), 340
   et al.                                         frequency radio system, 1297                 IRVING, J. T., Calcium and phosphorus
Hauissler, M. R. See Brumbaugh, P. F.,         Huang, A. S. See Kashket, E. R., et al.            metabolism, book review of, 845
   et al.                                      Huang, J. S. See Goodman, R. N., et al.         Irwin, H. T. See Gbksu, H. Y., et al.
Haviland, W. A.: book review of Papers         Huang, P.-Y. See Goodman, R. N., et al.         Ishibashi, M. See Chino, H., et al.
   of the Peabody Museum, Harvar-d Uni-         Human associative memory, J. R. ANDER-         Iversen, J. D. See Greeley, R., et al.
   versity, vols. 62-64, 297                      SON and G. H. BOWER, book review by          Izzard, C. S.: book review of Locomotion
 Hawkes, N. (News and Commzlent): energy          ,M. Posner, 1283                                of tissue cells, 1073
   in Britain, 57                              Human DNA polymerase III (R-DNA
Heart panel's report (letter), J. H. Comroe,      polymerase): distinction from DNA
   Jr., 150                                       polymerase and reverse transcriptase,                             J
Heath, I. B., and T. Unestam: Myco-               B. J. Lewis et al., 867
   plasma-like structures in the aquatic       Human ecology (letter), C. H. Muller, 368       Jackson, J. L. See Armstrong, R. A., et al.
   fLungLus Aphanomyces astaci, 434            Humes, D. H. See Kinard, W. H., et al.          Janese, W. W. See Parrish, R. G., et
Heezen, B. C.: book review of A revolu-        Humidifiers and energy conservation (let-         al.
   tion in the earth sciences, 504                ter), P. S. Riggs, 1145                      Jannasch, H. W.: book review of Baro-
Henderson, B. E. See Menck, H. R., et al.      Hunt, E.: book review of Pattern recogni-         biology and the experimental biology of
 HENDERSON, J. F., and A. R. P. PATTERSON,        tion, learning, and thought, 403               the deep sea, 1074
    Nucleotide metabolism, book review of,     Hydrolysis of the lectin of Otala lactea,       Johnson, R. C. See DeFries, J. C., et al.
   507                                            S. Matsubara and W. C. Boyd, 339             Johnson, R. T. See Narayan, O., et al.
 Hendley. E. D. See Welch, B. L., et al.       Hynes, H. B. N.: book review of Limnol-         Jones, D. E. See Smith, E. J., et al.
 Henry, C. H.: book review of Deep im-            ogy of a small Malayan river Sungai          Jordan, L. M. See Lake, N.
    purities in semiconductors, 1284              Gombak. 65                                   Judge, D. L., and R. W. Carlson: Pioneer
 Henry, N. L.: Copyright, public policy.                                                          10 observations of the ultraviolet glow
    and information technology, 384                                                               in the vicinity of Jupiter. 317
 Herbst, E. J.: book review by Function
    of naturally occurring polyamines, 1075
 Heritability analyses of IQ scores: science   lgnarro, L., et al.: Hormonal control of                              K
    or numerology?, D. Layzer, 1259               neutrophil lysosomal enzyme release:
HERZ, M. J. See PEEKE, H. V. S.                   effect of epinephrine on adenosine 3',5'-    Kacew, S. See Singhal, R. L., et al.
HESS, E. H., Imprinting, book review of.          monophosphate, 855                           Kahana, E., et al.: Creutzfeldt-Jakob dis-
  740                                          Ignorance as the driving force (editorial),       ease: focus among Libyan Jews in
HIGH, L. R., JR.   See   PICARD, M. D.            N. Hackerman, 907                               Israel, 90
High-frequency C-type virus induction by       Ikekawa, N. See Chino, H., et al.               Kaliner, M., and K. F. Austen: Adenosine
   inhibitors of protein synthesis, S. A.      Imaging photopolarimeter experiment on             3',5'-monophosphate: inhibition of com-
   Aaronson and C. Y. Dunn, 422                   Pioneer 10, The, T. Gehrels et al., 318         plement-mediated cell lysis, 659
Hill, H. Z. See Friedman, T. B., (t al.        Immunoglobulin structure: amino termi-          Karnovsky, M. L. See DePierre, J. W.
HIORNS, R. W. See BARTLETT, N1. S.                nal sequences of mouse myeloma pro-          Kashket, E. R., et al.: Status of women
History of life sciences (letter), J. H.          teins that bind phosphorylcholine, P.           microbiologists, 488
   Young, 798                                     Barstad et al., 962                          Katz, J. S. See Chalon, J., et al.
HL-A antigens in mummified pre-Colum-           lnIprinting, E. H. HESS, book review by P.     Keil, K. See Dowty, E., et al.
   bian tissuLes, P. Stastny, 864                 P. G. Bateson, 740                           Keith, A. D., and W. Snipes: Viscosity
Hobbs, P. V., et al.: Atmospheric effects      Increased surface albedo in the Northern           of cellular protoplasm, 666
   of pollutants, 909                             Hemisphere, G. J. Kukla and H. J.            Keller Plan in science teaching, The, J.
Hoch, W. See Silver, M. J., et al.                Kukla, 709                                      A. Kulik et al., 379
HODEK, i., Biology of Coccinellidae, book      Industrial air polltution: possible effect on   KELLEY, A. C. See WEISBROD, B. A., et al.
  review of, 299                                  lung cancer, H. R. Menck et al., 210         Kemp, R. G., and R. J. Duquesnoy:
Hoekman, T. B., et al.: Miniature end          Industry in the San Francisco Bay area            Thymus adenylate cyclase activity dur-
  plate potentials recorded from mam-             (Associationi Aflairs), R. J. Lamb, Jr.,       ing murine leukemogenesis, 218
  malian myonetural junctions in vivo, 213        222                                          Kendall, J. See Gehrels, T., et al.
Hoffmann, D., et al.: Carcinogenicity of       Infant color perception, J. F. Fagan III,       Kenney, M. D. See Mason, W. A.
  methylchrysenes, 215                            973                                          Kerrick, W. G. L., and P. M. Best: Cal-
Holden, C. (News anid Comment): financ-        Inger-man, C. M. See Silver, M. J., et al.        cium ion release in mechanically dis-
  ing postsecondary education, 731; nui-       Inhibition of celluilar mediated immunity         rLupted heart cells, 435
  trition of U.S. population, 1062; Sci-          in marihuiana smokers. G. G. Nahas et        a-Ketoglultaramate: increased concentra-
  ence and Astronautics Committee, 1277:          al.. 419                                       tions in the cerebrospinal fluiid of pa-
viii                                                     INDEX TO VOLUME 183
   tients in hepatic coma, F. Vergara et al.,       sisco Bay area (Association Affairs), 222                       M
   81                                            Lamport, J. E. See Simpson, J. A., J. H.
KETTLEWELL, B., The evolution of melan-             Eraker, J. E. Lamport, P. H. Walpole        Macdougall, D., et al.: Gas-rich meteorites:
   ism, book review of, 67                       LANDY, M. See MC DEVITT, H. 0.                    possible evidence for origin on a rego-
Kevles, D. J.: FDR's science policy (let-        Laser handbook, F. T. ARECCHI and E. 0.           lith, 73
   ter), 798                                        SCHULZ-DUBOIS (Eds.), book review by        Machin, J.: Osmotic gradients across snafi
Keynesian theory (letter), D. L. Turner,            A. E. Siegman, 843                            epidermis: evidence for a water barrier,
   702                                           Layzer, D.: Heritability analyses of IQ           759
Khalifa, S. See Casida, J. E., et al.               scores: science or numerology?, 1259        Mack, S. B. (News and Comment): Office
Kilbey, B. J., and G. Zetterberg: Optical        Lazarus, A. J. See Bridge, H. S., et al.         of Technology Assessment staffs up, 291;
   brighteners (letter), 798                     Lead in seawater (meeting report), C.             erratum, 769
Kimmel, M. A. See Ku, T.-L., et al.                 Patterson, 553                              MacMichael, D. C. See Pozo-Olano, J.
Kinard, W. H., et al.: Interplanetary and        Lead pica produced in rats, C. T. Snow-           deD., et al.
   near-Jupiter meteoroid environments:             don and B. A. Sanderson, 92                 Magnetic field observations near Venus:
   preliminary results from the meteoroid        Lecar, M.: book review of The Titus-Bode          preliminary results from Mariner 10,
   detection experiment, 321                        law of planetary distances, 65                 N. F. Ness et al., 1301
King, M. V.: Deepwater illumination (1let-       Lee, R. E., Jr., See Whitby, K. T., et at.     Magnetic field of Jupiter and its interac-
   ter), 596                                     Lehrer, G. M. See Fry, J. M., et al.              tion with the solar wind, E. J. Smith
Kirshner, N. See Schanberg, S. M., et al.        Leive, L. See Kashket, E. R., et al.              et al., 305
Kittel, C.: On citations (letter), 702           LEMBERG, R., and J. BARRETT, Cytochromes.      Magnetic interactions in solids, H. J. ZEIGER
Kleiber, M. See Bakken, G. S.. et al.               book review of, 505                            and G. W. PRATr, book review by W. P.
Klein, R. See Singh, R. S.                       Lentz, G. See Simpson, J. A., D. Hamil-           Wolf, 406
Kleinsmith, L. J. See Stein, G. S., et al.          ton, G. Lentz, R. B. McKibben, A.           Magovern, G. J.: Safety of medical de-
Kliore, A. J. See Howard, H. T., et at.             Mogro-Campero, M. Perkins, K. R.               vices (letter), 149
Kliore, A.. et al.: Preliminary results on          Pyle, A. J. Tuzzolino, J. J. O'Gallagher    Mahoney, P., et al.: Australia antigen: de-
   the atmospheres of lo and Jupiter from        Leonard, K. R. See Lake, J. A.                    tection and transmission in shellfish, 80
   the Pioneer 10 S-band occultation ex-         Leonard, R. T. See Nagahashi, G., et at.       Maimoni, A. See Stephens. D. R., (tal.
    periment. 323                                Lepping, R. P. See Ness, N. F., et al.         Major, R. See Quinn, J. B.
Knight, C. K. See Gehrels, T., et al.            Leprosy in the armadillo: new model for        Mammalian pheromone: identification of
Knipling, E. F. See Cameron, E. A., et at.          biomedical research, E. E. Storrs et al.,      active component in the subauricular
Knox, J R. See Casida, J. E., et at.                851                                            scent of the male pronghorn, D. MUller-
Kocsis, J. J. See Silver, M. J., et at.          Lerman, J. C., and 0. Queiroz: Carbon             Schwarze et al., 860
Kolata, G. B. (Research News): combina-             fixation and isotope discrimination by a     Man against tsetse, J. J. MC KELVEY. JR.,
   torics, the mathematics of discrete              crassulacean plant: dependence on the           book review by J. D. Gillett, 299
   phenomena, 839; molecular probes and             photoperiod, 1207                           Managers of science (editorial), D. Wolfle,
   a new way to study gene expression, 63;       Levenspiel, O., and N. de Nevers: The              599
   theoretical ecology and beginnings of a          osmotic pump, 157                           Mancuso, T. See Stoeckle, J. D.
   predictive science, 400                       Levinton, J.: book review of Evolutionary      Mangroves, isopods, and the ecosystem
 Konigsberg, W. See Barstad, P., et at.             paleoecology of the marine biosphere,           (letters), S. C. Snedaker and J. T. En-
 Koopmans, H. S. See Yeomans, J. S., et al.         648                                             right, 1036
 Korenman, S. G., et at.: Protein kinase         Levy, G. S. See Howard, H. T., et al.          Mannard, A., et al.: Regeneration elec-
    translocation as an early event in hor-       Lewis, B. J., et al.: Human DNA polymer-          trode units: implants for recording from
    monal control of uterine contraction, 430        ase III (R-DNA polymerase): distinc-           single peripheral nerve fibers in freely
 Korn, E. D.: book review of Lipids and              tion from DNA polymerase I and re-            moving animals, 547
    biomembranes of eukaiyotic micro-                verse transcriptase, 867                   Many-worlds interpretation of quantum
    organisms, 1287                              I EYHAUSEN, P. See LORENZ, K.                      mechanics, The, B. S. DE WITT and N.
 Kornberg, A.: book review of Nucleotide         Lichtenfeld, K. See Soberman, R. K., et al.        GRAHAM (Eds.), book review by P. G.
    metabolism, 507                              Lieberman, M. See Riely, C. A., et al.             Federbush, 1189
 Koske, R. E. See Bandoni, R. J.                 Light flashes observed by astronauts on         Mapping human autosomes: evidence sup-
 Kreuz, D. S., and J. Axelrod: Ampheta-             Apollo I 1 through Apollo 17, L. S.             porting assignment of Rhesus to the
    mine in human plasma: a sensitive and           Pinsky et al., 957                              short arm of chromosome No. 1, W. L.
    specific enzymatic assay, 420                Lijinsky, W.: Instability of N-nitrosamides        Marsh et al., 966
 Ku, T.-L., et at.: Eustatic sea level 120,000      (letter), 368                                Nlarathoning (letter), T. J. Bassler, 256
    years ago on Oahu, Hawaii, 959               Limnology of a small Malayan river SuLn-        Marcus, J. See Romanov, M. A., et al.
 Kuck, D. L.: Advantages of surface mining          gai Gombak, J. E. BISHOP, book review       MARGOULIES, M., and F. C. GREENWOOD
    (letter), 28                                    by H. B. N. Hynes, 65                          (Eds.), Structure-activity relationships
 Kuihn, D. C. See Willis, A. L.. et at.          Linearized heat transfer relations in biol-      of protein and polypeptide hormones,
 Kuhn, U. S. G., 1II, and H. Brown: Ex-             ogy, G. S. Bakken et al., 976                  book review' of, 193
    changes with China (letters), 1142           Lipids and biomembranes of eukaryotic          Marine advisory programs (letter), H. H.
 Kukla, G. J., and H. J. Kukla: Increasedl          micr-oorganisms, J. A. ERWIN (Ed.).            Eckles, 595
    surface albedo in the Northern Hemi-            book review by E. D. Korn, 1287             Mariner 10 Venuis encounter, J. A. Dunne,
    sphere, 709                                  Lock, (,. S. H.: Tar sand technology              1289
 Kukla. H. J. See Kukla, G. J.                      (letter). 469                               Marsh, W. L., et al.: Mapping human
 Kuilik, C.-L. See Kulik, J. A., et at.          Locomotion of tissue cells, book revieli by       autosomes: evidence supporting assign-
 Kulik, J. A., et al.: The Keller Plan in sci-      C. S. Izzard, 1073                             ment of Rhesus to the short arm of
    ence teaching, 379                           London, W. T. See Mahoney, P., et al.             chromosome No. 1, 966
 Kumar, S. See Broadfoot, A. L.. et at.          Long journey into tunneling, L. Esaki, 1149    Marshall, N. F. See Shepard, F. P., et al.
 Kushiro. 1. See Seitz, M. G.                    I ORENZ, K., and P. LEYHAUSEN, Motivation      Martian climate: an empirical test of pos-
 Kurland, R. J. See Parrish, R. G., et al.          of human and animal behavior, book             sible gross variations, T. Owen, 763
 Kuse. A. R. See DeFries, J. C.. et al.             reviL'w of, 191                             Martin, W. L. See Howard, H. T., et al.
                                                 Lowery, P. J. See Lowney, L. I., et al.        Maruyama, T. See Ewens, W. J., et al. See
                                                 Low-loss niobiulm-tin compound for super-         (lso5 Yamazaki, T.
                      L                            conducting alternating-current power         Marx, J. L. (Research News): biochem-
                                                   1ransmission applicatiolis, M. Suenaga          istry of cancer cells, 1279; cancer vac-
 Lacalli, T., and A. B. Acton: Tip growth          aad M. Garber, 952                              cine prospects, 1067; viral carcinogenesis
    in Micrasterias, 665                         Lowney, L. I., et at.: Partial purification       and DNA virtuses, 1066
 Lai, C. Y., et at.: Amino sequence of rab-        of an opiate receptor from mouse brain,      Mason, W. A., and M. D. Kenney: Re-
    bit muscle aldolase and the structure of       749                                             direction of filial attachments in rhesus
    the active center, 1204                      Lozner, E. C., et al.: B-cell alloantigens        monkeys: dogs as mother suirrogates,
 Lalke, J. A., and K. R. Leonard: Bacterio-        determined by the H-2 linked Ir region           1209
    phage strulcture: determination of head-       are associated with miAed lymphocyte         Massie, H. R. See Samis, H. V., et al.
    tail symmetry mismatch for Caulobacter         clilturi-e stimLulation, 757                 Mathematical theory of the dynamics of
    cresceitus phage IbCbK, 744                  LUCKEY, T. D. (Ed.), Thymic hormones,             biological populations, The, M. S. BART-
 Lake, N., and L. M. Jordan: Failure to            hook reviewv of, 66                              LETT anld R. W. HIORNS (Eds.), book re-
    confirm cyclic AMP as second messen-         Lunar surface: identificattion of the dark         view by R. M. May, 1188
    ger for norepinephrine in rat cerebellum,      mantling material in the Apollo 17 soil       M1athews, M. V., et al.: Computers and
    663                                            satmples, C. Pieters et al., 1191                future music, 263
 LaMarche, V. C., Jr.: Paleoclimatic infer-      Lynn, G. E., and '. T. Benitez: Temporal        MATOLCSI, J. (Ed.), Domestikationsfor-
    ences from long tree-ring records, 1043        bone preservation in a 2600-year-old             schung und geschichte der haUstiere,
 IJamb. R. J.. Jr.: Induistry in the San Fran-      Egyptian mtimmy, 200                            b)oIo review of, 844
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Matsubara, S., and W. C. Boyd: Hydroly-             enrichment, 1270; (Research News):                                N
    sis of the lectin of Otala lactea, 339          moons of Jupiter, 293; update on Mars,
Maugh, T. H., II (Research News): can-              187                                          Nagahashi, G.,    et al.: The Casparian strip
    cer and what is it?, 1068; chemical car-        _ and A. L. Hammond (Research                  as a   barrier to the movement of lantha-
   cinogenesis, 940; potential carcinogens          News): geodynamics report, 735                 num    in corn roots, 670
   detection, 943; RNA viruses, 1181              Microcalorimetry techniques: applications      Nagy, L. A.: Transvaal stromatolite: first
Mavko, G. See Nur, A.                               to cellular systems (meeting report), P.        evidence for the diversification of cells
 May, R. M.: book review of The mathe-               D. Ross, 227                                   about 2.2 x I09 years ago, 514
4 matical theory of the dynamics of bio-          Mihalov, J. D. See Wolfe, J. H., et al.        Nahas, G. G., et al.: Inhibition of cellular
    logical populations, 1188                     Miller, E. J. See Chung, E.                       mediated immunity in marihuana
 Mayer, K. See Marsh, W. L., et al.               MIILLER, L. P. (Ed.), Phytochemistry, book        smokers, 419
 McBride, E. F.: book review of Sedimen-             review of, 1190                             Nakai, N. See Lai, C. Y., et al.
    tary structures of ephemeral streams,         Miller, W. B.: Reproduction, technology,       Narayan, O., et al.: Visna virus infection
   298                                               and the behavioral sciences (letter), 149      of American lambs, 1202
McCarthy, J.: Energy and the environ-             Millman, I. See Mahoney, P., et al.            Natusch, D. F. S., et al.: Toxic trace ele-
    ment (letter), 901                            MILNES, A. G., Deep impurities in semi-           ments: preferential concentration in re-
McClearn, G. E. See DeFries, J. C., et al.           conductors, book review of, 1284               spirable particles, 202
MeCord, T. B. See Pieters, C., et al.             Milton, D. J.: Carbon dioxide hydrate and      Naumann, R. J.: Automotive emission
McCormick, R. A.: Air pollutants study               floods on Mars, 654                            standards and fuel economy (letter), 595
    (letter), 1036                                Miner, E. D. See Chase, S. C., E. D. Miner,    Naylor, A. W.: book reviewv of Phyto-
 MC DEVITT, H. o., and M. LANDY (Eds.),              D. Morrison, G. Munch, G. Neugebauer
    Genetic control of immune responsive-         Miniature end plate potentials recorded
                                                                                                   chemistry, 1190
                                                                                                 Near identity of cognitive structure in two
   ness, book review of, 507                         from mammalian myoneural junctions             ethnic groups, J. C. DeFries et al.. 338
McDonald, F. B. See Trainor, J. H., et al.           in vivo, T. B. Hoekman et al., 213          Neff, N. H. See Garelis, E.
McDonough, L. M., and H. R. Moffitt:              "Miracle" sorghum (letter), H. K. Schnei-      Neisser, U.: book review of Visual infor-
   Sex pheromone of the codling moth,                der, 596                                      mation processing, 402
    978                                           MISNER, c. W., et al., Gravitation, book re-   Nelson, D. F. See Rogers, E. H., et al.
 McElroy, M. B. See Broadfoot, A. L., et al.         view of, 1186                               Neonate movement is synchronized with
McGervey, J. D. See Goudsmit, S. A., et           MITTWOCH, u., Genetics of sex differentia-       adult speech: interactional participation
   al.                                               tion, book review of, 66                       and language acquisition, W. S. Condon
McGinness, J., et al.: Amorphous semi-            Miyazaki, H. See Chino, H., et al.               and L. W. Sander, 99
   conductor switching in melanins, 853           Mladejovsky, M. G. See Dobelle, W. H.,         Ness, N. F., et al.: Magnetic field observa-
 MC GUIGAN, F. J., and R. A. SCHOONOVER              et al.                                        tions near Venus: preliminary results
    (Eds.), The psychophysiology of think-        Modisette, J. L.: OMB approach to man-           from Mariner 10, 1301
   ing, book review of, 1072                         agement (letter), 1141                      Neste, S. L. See Soberman, R. K., et al.
Mcllwain, C. E. See Fillius, R. W.                Moffitt, H. R. See Beroza, M., et al. See      Neugebauer, G. See Chase, S. C., E. D.
McKearn, T. J.: Antireceptor antiserum               also McDonough, L. M.                         Miner, D. Morrison, G. MUnch, G.
    causes specific inhibition of reactivity to   Mogro-Campero, A. See Simpson, J. A.,            Neugebauer. See also Chase, S. C., R.
   rat histocompatibility antigens, 94               D. Hamilton, G. Lentz, R. B. McKib-           D. Ruiz, G. Munch, G. Neugebauer, M.
McKelvey, J. J., Jr., Man against tsetse,            ben, A. Mogro-Campero, M. Perkins,            Schroeder, L. M. Trafton
    book review of, 299                              K. R. Pyle, A. J. Tuzzolino, J. J. O'Gal-   Neural pathways from thalamus associated
McKerrow, J. H., and A. B. Robinson:                 lagher                                        with regulation of aggressive behavior,
   Primary sequence dependence of the             Monolayers and microbial dispersal, R. J.         R. J. Bandler, Jr., and J. P. Flynn, 96
   deamidation of rabbit muscle aldolase,            Bandoni and R. E. Koske, 1079               Neurons in rhesus monkey visual cortex:
   85                                             Moog, F. See Yeh, K. Y.                          systematic relation between time of ori-
McKibben, R. B. See Simpson, J. A.,               Moon, H. W. See Donta, S. T., et al.             gin and eventual disposition, P. Rakic,
    D. Hamilton, G. Lentz, R. B. McKibben,        Moore, F. R. See Mathews, M. V., et al.          425
   A. Mogro-Campero, M. Perkins, K. R.            Moore, J. C., and J. E. Geigle: Slaty cleav-   Newman, P. K.: book review of Disease
    Pyle, A. J. Tuzzolino, J. J. O'Gallagher        age: incipient occurrences in the deep          and economic development, 1286
 McLoughlin, P. A. See Shepard, F. P.,               sea, 509                                    Newman, W. A., and T. F. Dana: Acani-
   et al.                                         Morishima, A. See Nahas, G. G., et al.           thaster: tests of the time course of coral
McReynolds, J. S., and A. L. F. Gorman:           Morrison, D. See Chase, S. C., E. D.             destruction, 103
   Ionic basis of hyperpolarizing receptor           Miner, D. Morrison, G. Munch, G.            News and Comment: agriculture and U.S.-
   potential in scallop eye: increase in            Neugebauer                                     U.S.S.R. detente, 1175; boll weevil and
   permeability to potassium ions, 658            Moser, J. C. See Riley, R. G., et al.            its eradication, 494; "breeder econo-
 Meaning of fossils, The, M. J. S. RUDWICK,       MOSSMAN, H. w., and K. L. DUKE, Compar-          my" and AEC, 1276; budget for fiscal
   book review by T. J. M. Schopf, 945              ative morphology of the mammalian              year 1975, 635; Cliemicals & Health re-
Means, A. R. See O'Malley, B. W.                    ovary, book review of, 948                     port, 395; computer sales to the U.S.S.R.,
Mechanical properties of bone, F. G. EVANS,       Motivation of human and animal behavior,         499; Congress and a jammed agenda,
   book review by J. D. Currey, 67                  K. LORENZ and P. LEYHAUSEN, book r-e-          727; congressional press gallery contro-
Meetinzg reports: Beryllium disease, 449;            v'iew by N. T. Adler, 191                     versy, 728; energy in Britain, 57; En-
   Biotransformations and fermentations,          Mueller, W. J. See Gay, C. V.                    vironmental Protection Agency severs
   1217; Genetic recombination: genetic,          Mulholland, J. D.: Definition of the meter       ties with industry group, 60; financing
   physical, and biochemical aspects, 1218;          (letter), 1248                                U.S.S.R. detente, 1175; boll weevil and
   Gordon Research Conferences, 979;              Muller, C. H.: Human ecology (letter),           postsecondary education, 731; floating
   Lead in seawater, 553; Microcalorimetry          368                                            nuclear plants, 1063; Ford hears scien-
   techniques: applications to cellular sys-      Muiller-Schwarze, C. See Mililer-Schwarze,       tists' concerns, 496; Frederickson and In-
   tems, 227; Pharmacology and toxicology           D., et al.                                     stitute of Medicine, 184, 398; helium con-
   applied to the treatment of patients,          Miller-Schwarze, D., et al.: Mammalian           servation program, 59; herbicides and
    1219; Radiation chemistry of condensed          pheromone identification of active com-        their effects in Vietnam, 1177; Hosmer to
   phases: report of a joint Japan-United           ponent in the subauricular scent of the        leave Congress, 398; Institute of Medi-
   States seminar, 881; Rubey conference            male pronghorn, 860                            cine scrubs three committees, 937; insur-
   on crustal evolution, 878; The sea and         Multinational corporations (letters), J.         ance dominates Nixon health message,
   its resources, 224                               deD. Pozo-Olano et al., 469                    933; land use legislation, 1176; Law
Melting relations of the Allende meteorite,       Munch, G. See Chase, S. C., E. D. Miner,         of the Sea conference, 290; Mars-
   M. G. Seitz and I. Kushiro, 954                  D. Morrison, G. Munch, G. Neugebauer           ton to presidency of the University of
Menck, H. R., et al.: Industrial air polltu-      Munch, G. See also Chase, S. C., R. D.           Florida, 285; Mead elected AAAS pres-
   tion: possible effect on lung cancer, 210        Ruiz, G. M unch, G. Neugebauer, M.             ident, 181; medical education, 1272; Na-
Merali, Z. See Singhal, R. L., et al.               Schroeder, L. M. Trafton                       tional Institutes of Health and its leader-
Mercury: does its atmosphere contain              Murphy, D. L. See Costa, J. L., et al.           ship, 829; nutrition of U.S. population,
   water?, G. E. Thomas, 1197                     Murr, L.: Ordered lattice defects in col-         1062; off-road vehicles in California
Merril, C. R. See Friedman, T. B., et al.           ored fllorite: direct observations, 206        Desert, 396, 936; Office of Management
Mesoscale ocean eddies in the North Pa-           Murray, B. C., et a!.: Venus: atmospheric        and Budget, 180, 286, 392; Office of
   cific: westward propagation, R. L. Bern-         motion and struLcture from Mariner 10          Technology Assessment staffs up, 291
   stein, 71                                        pictures, 1307                                  (erratuxm, 769); oil shortage, 183; Pen-
Metcalf, R. L.: book review of The chem-          Murray, F. A. See Whitson, G. L.                 tagon's R & D clients, 936; photocopying
   istry of organophosphorus pesticides, 506      Mycoplasma-like struLctures in the aquiatic      of journals, 1274; plutonium and the
Metz, W. D. (Neivs andl Comment): heli-             fungus Aphaniomyces astaci, 1. B. Heath        "hot particle problem," 834; prescrip-
   um conservation program, 59; uranium             and T. Unestam, 434                            tion drugs, 284; Presidential Prizes for
x                                                       INDEX TO VOLUME 183
   Innovation, 938; "Problems of Forbid-        O'Neil, T. J. See Ku, T.-L., et al.            PCB's: another source? (letter), P. E.
   den Knowledge" at AAAS meeting,              On the directionality of medial forebrain         Gaffney, 367
   1060; Proxmire hits research priorities        bundle fibers mediating self-stimulation,    Peakall, D. B.: DDE: its presence in pere>
   at the National Science Foundation,            J. S. Yeomans et al., 102                       grine eggs in 1948, 673
   498; Russia and noncooperation with          On the "square" model of Maya territorial      PEEKE, H. V. S., and M. J. HERZ (Eds.),
   scientists, 61; Salk Institute worth $2.4      organization, M. A. Romanov et al., 875         Habituation, book review of, 649
   million to March of Dimes, 937; schizo-      Operant control of occipital theta rhythm      Penetration of somatic mammalian cell;
   phrenia program and U.S.-U.S.S.R. ex-          affects performance in a radar monitor-         by sperm, A. A. Bendich et al., 857
   change, 932; Science and Astronautics          ing task, J. Beatty et al., 871              Periglacial processes and environments,
   Committee, 1277; science and technolo-       Operations research (letters), C. H. Wad-         A. L. WASHBURN, book review by J. T.
   gy and its relations with the federal gov-     dington and A. L. Porter, 1141                  Andrews, 1285
   ernment, 497; Sherman to American            Opp, A. G.: Pioneer 10 mission: summary        Perkins, M. See Simpson, J. A., D. Hamil-
   Association of Medical Colleges, 285;          of scientific results from the encounter        ton, G. Lentz, R. B. McKibben, A.
   Smithsonian Institution's Center for           with Jupiter, 302                               Mogro-Campero, M. Perkins, K. R.
   Short-Lived Phenomena, 55; sterilization     Optical brighteners (letter), B. J. Kilbey        Pyle, A. J. Tuzzolino, J. J. O'Gallagher
   regulations, 935; Social Indicators, 1276;     and G. Zetterberg, 798                       Perrin, C. L., and K.-L Ting: Testing of
   Stetten to deputy director for science at    Optimization in ecology, M. L. Cody, 1156         computer-assisted methods for classifica-
   National Institutes of Health, 285; syn-     Ordered lattice defects in colored fluorite:      tion of pharmacological activity, 551
   thetic fuels, 641; United States more          direct observations, L. E. Murr, 206         Persistence of cadmium-induced metabolic
   vulnerable over raw materials, 185;          Orgad, S., and I. R. Cohen: Autoimmune            changes in liver and kidney, R. L. Sin-
   uranium enrichment, 1172, 1270; Veli-          encephalomyelitis: activation of thymus         ghal et al., 1094
   kovsky and AAAS forum, 1059; Water-            lymphocytes against syngeneic brain an-      Peterson, R. D. A.: book review of Thymic
   gate tapes and report of expert panel,         tigens in vitro, 1083                           hormones, 66
   732; Weinberg leaves Oak Ridge, 60;          Originality and competition in science, J.     Pharmacology and toxicology applied to
   Weinberg moves to White House, 288;            GASTON, book review by M. R. Quillian,          the treatment of patients (meeting re-
   world population and fertility reduction,      841                                             port), G. J. Cosmides, 1219
   833                                          Origine du systeme solaire, book review        PHILLIPS, J. c., Bonds and bands in semi-
NIETO, M. M., The Titus-Bode law of plan-         by I. Rasool, 504                               conductors, book review of, 403
   etary distances, book review of, 65          Orkin, L. R. See Chalon, J., et al.            Phillips, R. L.: Cancer and adventists,
Nitrification in Paleocene shale, J. F.         Osborn, E. F.: Coal and the present en-           (letter), 471
   Power et al., 1077                             ergy situation, 477                          Phloem translocation, M. J. CANNY, book
No easy way out of energy crisis (edi-          Osborne, W. Z. See Pinsky, L. S., et al.          review by J. H. Troughton, 68
   torial), P. H. Abelson, 475                  Osmotic gradients across snail epidermis:      Phosphate absorption capacity and accli-
Noda, H., and W. R. Adey: Excitability            evidence for a water barrier, J. Machin,        mation potential in plants along a lati-
   changes in cat lateral geniculate cells        759                                             tudinal gradient, F. S. Chapin, III, 521
   during saccadic eye movements, 543           Osmotic pump, The, 0. Levenspiel and N.        Physiology of Insecta, The, M. ROCKSTEIN
Nonhistone chromosomal proteins and                de Nevers, 157                                  (Ed.), book review by J. W. Truman
   gene regulation, G. S. Stein et al., 817     Our environment, A. P. VAN TASSEL (Ed.),          and L. M. Riddiford, 404
Norepinephrine uptake into cerebral corti-         book review by M. I. Goldman, 1187          Phytochemistry, L. P. MILLER (Ed.), book
   cal synaptosomes after one fight or elec-    Out of the energy crunch by 1976 (edi-            review by A. W. N-aylor, 1190
   troconvulsive shock, B. L. Welch et al.,        torial), P. H. Abelson, 707                 PICARD, M. D., and L. R. HIGH, JR., Sedi-
   220                                          Overmanagement of medicine (editorial),           mentary structures of ephemeral streams,
North Sea science, E. D. GOLDBERG (Ed.),           W. C. Wescoe, 155                              book review of, 298
   book review by W. Burt, 1286                 Owen, T.: Martian climate: an empirical        Piccolino, M. See Cervetto, L.
Norway: small country plans civil science          test of possible gross variations, 763      PiCHA, J. See PICK, M., et al.
   and technology, J. B. Quinn and R. Ma-       OXNARD, c., Form and pattern in human          PICK, M., et al., Theory of the earth's grav-
   jor, 172                                       evolution, book review of, 298                  ity field, book review of, 1284
NOVA: programs of new science TV series                                                        Pieters, C., et al.: Lunar surface: identifi-
   (Association Affairs), 1216                                                                    cation of the dark mantling material in
Nowell, P. C. See Marsh, W. L., et al.                                P                           the Apollo 17 soil samples, 1191
Nucleotide metabolism, J. F. HENDERSON                                                         Pinsky, L. S., et al.: Light flashes observed
   and A. R. P. PATTERSON, book review by       Paddock, R. J. See Ignarro, L. J., et al.         by astronauts on Apollo 11 through
   A. Kornberg, 507                             Palaeoethnobotany, J. M. RENFREW, book            Apollo 17, 957
Null, G. W. See Anderson, J. D., et al.           review by H. C. Cutler, 193                  Pioneer 10, C. F. Hall, 301
Numerical taxonomy, P. H. A. SNEATH and         Paleoclimatic inferences from long tree-       Pioneer 10 infrared radiometer experi-
   R. R. SOKAL, book review by S. J. Gould,       ring records, V. C. LaMarche, Jr., 1043         ment: preliminary results, S. C. Chase
   739                                          Palmer, K. J. See Casida, J. E., et al.           et al., 315
Nur, A., and G. Mavko: Postseismic vis-         Papers of the Peabody Museum, Harvard          Pioneer 10 mission: summary of scientific
   coelastic rebound, 204                         University, vols. 62-64, book review by         results from the encounter with Jupiter,
Nutritional significance of symbiotic bac-        W. A. Haviland, 297                             A. G. Opp, 302
   teria in two species of hemoflagellates,     Paradoxical increase in rate of catabolist     Pioneer 10 mission to Jupiter (editorial),
   K.-P. Chang and W. Trager, 531                 of low-density lipoproteins after hepa-         P. H. Abelson, 261
                                                   tectomy, A. D. Sniderman et al., 526        Pioneer 10 observations of the ultraviolet
                                                Parathyroid hormone effects in rats treated       glow in the vicinity of Jupiter, D. L.
                     0                             with diphosphonate, R. V. Talmage and          Judge and R. W. Carlson, 317
                                                  J. J. B. Anderson, 661                       Piperidine increase in the brain of dormant
Observations at Venus encounter by the          Parrish, R. G., et al.: Proton relaxation         mice, J. Stepita-Klauco et al., 536
  plasma science experiment on Mariner             rates of water in brain and brain tumors,   Pitzer, K. S.: book review of Wave me-
   10, H. S. Bridge et al., 1295                  438                                             chanics, 1075
O'Gallagher, J. J. See Simpson, J. A., D.       Parsons, H. M.: What happened at Haw-          Plague of corn, A, D. A. ROE, book review
   Hamilton, G. Lentz, R. B. McKibben,             thorne?, 922                                   by B. G. Rosenkrantz, 949
  A. Mogro-Campero, M. Perkins, K. R.           Partial purification of an opiate receptor     Plasma dopamine p-hydroxylase: a pos-
   Pyle, A. J. Tuzzolino, J. J. O'Gallagher        from mouse brain, L. I. Lowney et al.,          sible aid in the study and evaluation of
Ogilvie, K. W. See Bridge, H. S., et al.           749                                            hypertension, S. M. Schanberg et al.,
O'Hanlon, J. F. See Beatty, J., et al.          Particle concentration in the asteroid belt        523
Ohsawa, T. See Casida, J. E., et at.               from Pioneer 10, R. K. Soberman et al.,      Plum, F. See Vergara, F., et al.
Ohtaki, T. See Chino, H., et al.                   320                                         Plutonium: biomedical research, W. J.
O'Leary, B. See Murray, B. C., et al.           Pask, J. A. See Aksay, I. A.                       Bair and R. C. Thompson, 715
Olins, A. L., and D. E. Olins: Spheroid         Pasternak, A. D. See Stephens, D. R., et al.   Point of Viewv: On reading the federal
   chromatic units (v bodies), 330              Pathologic evaluation and the blind tech-          budget, 832
Olins, D. E. See Olins A. L. - -                   nique (letter), T. R. Fears and M. A.        Polansky, J. R., et al.: Brain hyaluroni-
Olney, C. E. See Bidleman, T. F.                   Schneiderman, 1144                              dase: changes in activity during chick
O'Malley, B W., and A. R. Means: Female         Pattern recognition, learning, and thought,        development, 862
   steroid hormones and target cell nuclei,        L. UHR, book review by E. Hunt, 403          Polarized magnetic field fluctuations at the
    611                                         PATTERSON, A. R. P.   See HENDERSON,   J. F.       Apollo 15 site: possible regional influ-
OMB approach to management (letter), J.         Patterson, C.: Lead in seawater (meeting           ence on lunar induction, G. Schubert
  L. Modisette, 1141                               report), 553                                    et al., 1194
On citations (letter), C. Kittel, 702           Pawley, W. H.: World food situation (let-       Pollack, J. B. See Greeley, R., et al.
O'Neal, R. L. See Kinard, W. H., et at.           ter), 26                                      Porter, A. L. See Waddington, C. H.
                                                          INDEX TO VOLUME 183                                                                xi
Posner, M.: book review of Human as-            Radiation effects (letter), C. L. Comar,          Risset, J. C. See Mathews, M. V., et al.
   sociative memory, 1283                          258                                            Ritchie-Calder, Lord, Global science pol-
Postal, R. B. See Howard, H. T., et al.         Radiocarbon dates for earliest domesticated          icy (editorial), 1147
Postseismic viscoelastic rebound, A. Nur           animals from Europe and the Near East,         Rivlin, A. M.: Social experiments: prom-
   and G. Mavko, 204                               R. Berger and R. Protsch, 1100                    ise and problems (editorial), 35
Potter, M. See Barstad, P., et al.              Radioreceptor assay for la,25-dihyroxy-           Robbins, M. L. See Kashket, E. R., et a!.
Power, J. F., et al.: Nitrification in Paleo-      vitamin D3, P. F. Brumbaugh et al., 1089       ROBERTS, M. J. See CARSON, T. R.
   cene shale, 1077                             Radon-222 from the island of Hawaii:              Roberts, M. S.: Interstellar hydrogen in
Pozo-Olano, J. deD., et al.: Multinational          deep soils are more important than lava          galaxies, 371
   corporations (letters), 469                     fields or volcanoes, M. H. Wilkening,          Robinson, A. B. See McKerrow, J. H.
PRATT, G. W. See ZEIGER, H. J.                     413                                            Robinson, A. L. (Research News): elec-
Predicting success in graduate edtucation,      Rainfall in the Amazon Basin (letter),               tron-hole droplets, 837; superconduct-
   W. W. Willingham, 273                           T. C. Emmel, 257                                  ing metals, 293; superconducting wire
Predictive simulation of the subsidence of      Rajan, R. S. See Macdougall, D., et al.              and how to make it, 294
   Venice, G. Gambolati et al., 849             Rakic, P.: Neurons in rhesus monkey vis-          Robinson, E. See Hobbs, P. V., et al.
Preliminary infrared radiometry of Venus           ual cortex: systematic relation between        Robinson, R. R. See Schanberg, S. M.,
   from Mariner 10, S. C. Chase et a!.,            time of origin and eventual disposition,          et al.
    1291                                            425                                           ROCKSTEIN, M. (Ed.), The physiology of
Preliminary Pioneer 10 encounter results        Ramanathan, S. See Chalon, J., et al.                Insecta, book review of, 404
   from the Ames Research Center plasma         Randall, B. A. See Van Allen, J. A.,              ROE, D. A., A plague of corn, book reviewv
   analyzer experiment, J. H. Wolfe et al.,         et al.                                           of, 949
    303                                         Rasool, I.: book review of L'origine du           Roederer, J. G.: The earth's magneto-
Preliminary results on the atmospheres of           systeme solaire, 504                             sphere, 37
    lo and Jupiter from the Pioneer 10 S-       Rasool, S. I. See Kliore, A., et al.              Roelof, E. C. See Trainor, J. H., et al.
   band occultation experiment, A. Kliore       Raup, D. M.: book review of Form and              Roethle, J. See Auerbach, R.
    et al., 323                                     pattern in human evolution, 298               Rogers, E. H., et al.: Auroral photography
Prevention of food-processing wastes, S. R.     Ravensdale, T. See PRICE, W. C., et al.              from a satellite, 951
    Hoover, 824                                 Reasenberg, R. D. See Howard, H. T.,              Romano-V., 0. I.: Institutions in modern
Price, D. See Narayan, O., et al.                   et al.                                           society: caretakers and subjects, 722
 Price, P. B. See Macdougall, D., et al.        Reddy, B. S., et al.: Fecal bacterial ,3-glu-      Romanov, M. A., et al.: On the "square"
 PRICE, W. C., et al. (Eds.), Wave mechan-          curonidase: control by diet, 416                 model of Maya territorial organization,
    ics, book review of, 1075                    Redirection of filial attachments in rhesus          875
Primary sequence dependence of the de-              monkeys: dogs as mother surrogates,            Rosazza, J. P.: Biotransformations and fer-
    amidation of rabbit muscle aldolase,            W. A. Mason and M. D. Kenney, 1209               mentations (meetintg report), 1217
    J. H. McKerrow and A. B. Robinson, 85       Reducing automotive emissions (letter),            Rosenblatt, J. S.: book review of Beha-
 Pringle, J. R. See Hartwell, L. H., et al.         W. G. Agnew, 254                                  vioral embryology, 948
 Prinz, M. See Dowty, E., et al.                Reduction of ferricytochrome c by some             Rosenkrantz, B. G.: book rev,iew of A
 Proctor, P. See McGinness, J., et al.              free radical agents, A. Shafferman and            plague of corn, 949
 Prospectus for science advising (editorial),       G. Stein, 428                                  Ross, P. D.: Microcalorimetry techniques:
    E. E. David, Jr., 801                        Reese, T. S. See Costa, J. L., et al.                applications to cellular systems (meet-
 Protection of human subjects (letters),         Regeneration electrode units: implants for           inzg report), 227
    A. M. Capron and A. Etzioni, 797                recording from single peripheral nerve         Rossini, A. A., et al.: Beta cell protection
 Protein kinase translocation as an early           fibers in freely moving animals, A. Man-          to alloxan necrosis by anomers of D-glu-
    event in the hormonal control of uterine        nard et al., 547                                  cose, 424
    contraction, S. G. Korenman et al.,          Reid, B. J. See Hartwell, L. H., et al.           Rothman, S. S. See Adelson, J. W.
    430                                          "Relevance" of basic science, The (letter),       Rubey conference on crustal evolution
 Protodolomite synthesis at 1000C and at-           S. Gale, 473                                       (mneetinzg report), P. Cloud, 878
    mospheric pressure, A. M. Gaines, 518        RENFREW, J. M., Paleoethnobotany, book            Rudikoff, S. See Barstad, P., et al.
 Proton relaxation rates of water in brain           review of, 193                                RUDWICK, M. J. s., The meaning of fossils,
    and brain tumors, R. G. Parrish et al.,      Reproduction, technology, and the behav-             book review of, 945
    438                                              ioral sciences (letter), W. B. Miller, 149    Ruiz, R. D. See Chase, S. C., R. D. Ruiz,
 Protons and electrons in Jupiter's magnetic     Research News: biochemistry of cancer                G. Munch, G. Neugebauer, M. Schroe-
    field: results from the University of            cells, 1279; cancer and what is it?,             der, L. M. Trafton
    Chicago experiment on Pioneer 10, J. A.          1068; cancer vaccine prospects, 1067;
    Simpson et al., 306                              chemical carcinogenesis, 940; combi-
 Protsch, R. See Berger, R.                         natorics, the mathematics of discrete                               S
 Psychophysiology of thinking, The, F. J.            phenomena, 839; electron-hole droplets,
     MC GUIGAN and R. A. SCHOONOVER (Eds.),          837; frontiers of research in atmospheric    Sachs, D. H. See Lozner, E. C., et al.
    book review by T. Shallice, 1072                 marine science, 736; geodynamics re-         Safety of medical devices (letter), G. J.
 Publishing ethics (letter), E. B. Hook,             port, 735; manganese nodules, 502,             Magovern, 149
     1246                                            644; molecular probes and a new way          Sakurai, S. See Chino, H., et al.
 Pyle, K. R. See Simpson, J. A., et al.              to study gene expression, 63; moons of       Samis, H. V., et al.: Deuterium oxide ef-
                                                    Jupiter, 293; potential carcinogen detec-       fect on temperature-dependent survival
                                                     tion, 943; RNA viruses, 1181; supercon-        in populations of Drosophila melano-
                     Q                               ducting metals, 293; superconducting           gaster, 427
                                                                                                  Sanborn, B. M. See Korenman, S. G.,
                                                     wire and how to make it, 294; theo-
Queiroz, 0. See Lerman, J. C.                        retical ecology and beginnings of a pre-       et al.
Quillian, M. R.: book review of Originality          dictive science, 400; update on Mars,        Sander, L. W. See Condon, W. S.
   and competition in science and Social             187; viral carcinogenesis and DNA vi-        Sanderson, B. A. See Snowdon, C. T.
   stratification in science, 841                    ruses, 1066                                  Sandoval, F. M. See Power, J. F., et al.
Quinn, J. B., and R. Major: Norway: small        Revolution in the earth sciences, A, A.          Savage, R. C. See Rogers, E. H., et al.
   country plans civil science an technol-           HALLAM, book review by B. C. Heezen,         Schanberg, S. M., et al.: Plasma dopamine
   ogy, 172                                          504                                             ,8-hydroxylase: a possible aid in the
Quock, R. M., and A. Horita: Apomor-             Richards, F. M.: book review of Chem-               study and evaluation of hypertension,
   phine: modification of its hyperthermic           istry and functions of colicins, 1076           523
   effect in rabbits by p-chlorophenylala-       Riddiford, L. M. See Truman, J. W.               Schatten, K. H. See Ness, N. F., et al.
   nine, 539                                     Riely, C. A., et al.: Ethane evolution: a        SCHMIDT, K.-J. See FEST, C.
                                                     new index of lipid peroxidation, 208         Schneider, H. K.: "Miracle" sorghum (let-
                                                 Rieser, L. M.: An invitation for sugges-            ter), 596
                     R                               tions on candidates (Association Af-         Schneiderman, M. A. See Fears, T. R.
                                                     fairs), 494                                  Scholarly exchanges with the People's Re-
 Rabies shots (letter), B. M. Feldmann,          Riggs, P. S.: Humidifiers and energy con-           public of China, H. Brown, 52
   1248                                              servation (letter), 1145                     SCHOLTEN, R. See DE JONG, K. A.
Radiation belts of Jupiter, R. W. Fillius        Riley, R. G., et al.: Biological responses       SCHOONOVER, R. A. See MC GUIGAN, F. J.
  and C. E. McIlwain, 314                            of Atta texania to its alarm pheromone       Schopf, T. J. M.: book review of The
Radiation chemistry of condensed phases:             and the enantiomer of the pheromone,            meaning of fossils, 945
  report of a joint Japan-United States              760                                          Schroeder, M. See Chase, S. C., et al.
  seminar (meeting report), A. 0. Allen,         Rise up to life, L. BICKEL, book review by       Schubert, G., et al.: Polarized magnetic
  881                                                H. F. Dowling, 505                             field fluctuations at the Apollo 15 site:
xii                                                       INDEX TO VOLUME 183
  possible regional influence on lunar in-        Silverstein, A. M. See Narayan, O., et al.        (Ed.), book review by R. H. Dyson,
  duction, 1 194                                 -Silverstein, R. M. See Muller-Schwarze,           Jr., 947
Schulz, K. See Lowney, L. I., et al.                 D., et al. See also Riley, R. G., et al.    Spelsberg, T. C. See Stein, G. S. et
SCHULZ-DUBOIS, E. O. See ARECCHI, F. T.           Simon, H. A.: How big is a chunk?, 482            al.                                     C
Schwalbe, C. P. See Cameron, E. A., et al.        Simon, W.: "Back-to-the-wall" effect con-      Spheroid chromatic units (v bodies), A. L.
Schwartz, A. See Goldstein, M. A., et al.            tinues (letter), 150                           Olins and D. E. Olins, 330
Schwartz, K. See Schubert, G., et al.            Simpson, J. A., J. H. Eraker, J. E. Lam-        SPRADBERY, J. P., Wasps, book review of,
Sciama, D. W.: book review of Gravita-              port, P. H. Walpole: Search by Mar-             192                                     O
  tion, 1186                                        iner 10 for electrons and protons ac-        Stadtman, T. C.: Selenium biochemistry,
Science and management techniques, N. G.            celerated in association with Venus,            915
  Anderson, 726                                     1318                                         Standaert, F. G. See Hoekman, T. B.,
Science: challenges of today-outlook for         Simpson, J. A., D. Hamilton, G. Lentz,             et al.
  the future (Association AfJairs), H. J.           R. B. McKibben, A. Mogro-Campero,            Stastny, P.: HL-A antigens in mummified
  Carlson, 104                                      M. Perkins, K. R. Pyle, A. J. Tuzzolino,        pre-Columbian tissues, 864
Scudder, J. D. See Bridge, H. S., et al.            J. J. O'Gallagher: Protons and electrons     Status of women microbiologists, E. R.
Sea and its resources, The (meeting re-             in Jupiter's magnetic field: results from       Kashket et al., 488
  port), H. B. Stewart, Jr., 224                    the University of Chicago experiment         Stavinoha, W. B., and S. T. Weintraub:
Search by Mariner 10 for electrons and              on Pioneer 10, 306                              Choline content of rat brain, 964
  protons accelerated in association with        Singer, A. G. See Muller-Schwarze, D.,          Steele, J.: book review of The biology of
  Venus, J. A. Simpson et al., 1318                 et al.                                          the Indian Ocean, 405
Sedimentary structures of ephemeral              Singh, R. S., and R. Klein: Genetic het-        Stein, G. See Shafferman, A.
      streams, M. D. PICARD and L. R. HIGH,         erogeneity (letters), 700                    Stein, G. S., et al.: Nonhistone chromo-
   JR., book review by E. F. McBride,            Singhal, R. L., et al.: Persistence of cad-        somal proteins and gene regulation, 817
   298                                              mium-induced metabolic changes in liver      Stein, R. B. See Mannard, A., et al.
Seasonal changes in goldfish learning?,             and kidney, 1094                             Steinberg, D. See Sniderman, A. D., et al.
   E. J. Fjeringstad and V. E. Shashoua,         Siscoe, G. L. See Bridge, H. S., et al.         Stelzreid, C. T. See Howard, H. T., et al.
   1321                                          Site of biosynthesis of galactolipids in        Stephens, D. R., et al.: Underground coal
Seidel, B. L. See Howard, H. T., et al.             spinach chloroplasts, R. Douce, 852             gasification (letter), 1036
   See also Kliore, A., et al.                   Site of neural attenuation of responses to      Stepita-Klauco, M., et al.: Piperidine in-
Seitz, M. G., and I. Kushiro: Melting re-           self-vocalized sounds in echolocating           crease in the brain of dormant mice, 536
   lations of the Allende meteorite, 954            bats, N. Suga and T. Shimozawa, 1211         Sternberg, S. S. See Bendich, A., et al.
Selective pancreatic enzyme secretion due        Size of suspended particle matter in air,       Stevens, R. H. See Korenman, S. G., et al.
   to a new peptide called chymodenin,              The, K. T. Whitby et al., 1098               Stevens, R. K. See Whitby, K. T., et al.
   J. W. Adelson and S. S. Rothman,              Skalka, A., et al.: Genetic recombination:      Stewart, H. B., Jr.: The sea and its re-
   1087                                             genetic, physical, and biochemical as-          sources (meeting report), 224
Selenium biochemistry, T. C. Stadtman,              pects (meeting report), 1218                 Stilwell, D. E. See Trainor, J. H., et al.
   915                                           Skelton, T. D. See Eaton, J. W., et al.         Stimulation of 24,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3
Sentman, D. D. See Van Allen, J. A.,             Slaty cleavage: incipient occurrences in          production by 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3:
   et al.                                           the deep sea, J. C. Moore and J. E.             Y. Tanaka and H. F. DeLuca, 1198
Septal tryptophan-5-hydroxylase: divergent          Geigle, 509                                  Stoeckle, J. D., and T. Mancuso: Beryl-
   response to raphe lesions and para-           "Slippery slope" of science, The (edi-             lium disease (meeting report), 449
   chlorophenylalanine, J. A. Harvey and            torial), A. Etzioni, 1041                    Stokes, J., III, et al.: The university de-
   E. M. Gal, 869                                Smith, B. F. See Schubert, G., et al.              partment (letters), 902
Serotonin storage in platelets: estimation       Smith, E. J., et al.: Magnetic field of Jupi-   Stone, R. A. See Schanberg, S. M., et al.
   of storage-packet size, J. L. Costa et al.,      ter and its interaction with the solar       Storrs, E. E., et al.: Leprosy in the ar-
   537                                              wind, 305                                       madillo: a new model for biomedical
Sesplaukis, T. T. See Howard, H. T., et al.      SMITH, G. P., The variation and adaptive           research, 851
Sex pheromone of the codling moth, L. M.            expression of antibodies, book review of,    Straus, R. See Stokes, J., III, et al.
   McDonough and H. R. Moffitt, 978                  190                                         Strom, R. G. See Murray, B. C., et al.
Sex pheromones: (E,E)-8,10-dodecadien-           Smith, H. M., Jr., et al.: Inhibition of        Structure-activity relationships of protein
   I-ol in the codling moth, M. Beroza              neighboring motoneurons in conscious            and polypeptide hormones, M. MAR-
   et al., 89                                       control of single spinal motoneurons,          GOULIES and F. C. GREENWOOD (Eds.),
Shackleton, N. J. See Emiliani, C.                  975                                             book review by T. A. Bewley, 193
Shadden, J. See Rossini, A. A., et al.           Smith, J. B. See Silver, M. J., et al.          Structure of the proton, R. P. Feynman,
Shafferman, A., and G. Stein: Reduction          Smith, R.: book review of Foundations             601
   of ferricytochrome c by some free radi-          of scientific method, 946                    Strunk, T. H. See Bakken, G. S., et al.
   cal agents, 428                               Smith, R. G. See Lewis, B. J., et al.           Student-faculty evaluation, L. W. Zelby,
Shallice, T.: book review of The psycho-         Smyers, W. H. See Castor, G. B.                    1266
   physiology of thinking, 1072                  SNEATH, P. H. A., and R. R. SOKAL, Numeri-      Stutman, O.: Tumor development after 3-
Shapiro, I. I. See Howard, H. T., et al.            cal taxonomy, book review of, 739              methylcholanthrene in immunologically
Shapley, D. (News and Comment): Chem-            Snedaker, S. C., and J. T. Enright: Man-           deficient athymic-nude mice, 534
   icals & Health report, 395; Environ-             groves, isopods, and the ecosystem (let-     Suciu-Foca, N. See Nahas, G. G., et al.
   mental Protection Agency severs ties             ters), 1036                                  Suenaga, M., and M. Garber: Low-loss
   with industry research group, 60; herbi-      Sniderman, A. D., et al.: Paradoxical in-          niobium-tin compound for superconduct-
   cides and their effects in Vietnam, 1177;        crease in rate of catabolism of low-den-        ing alternating-current power transmis-
   Law of the Sea conference, 290; Na-              sity lipoproteins after hepatectomy, 526        sion applications, 952
   tional Science Foundation budget for          Snipes, W. See Keith, A. D.                     Suga, N., and T. Shimozawa: Site of
   fiscal year 1975, 640; Presidential Prizes    Snowdon, C. T., and B. A. Sanderson:               neural attenuation of responses to self-
   for Innovation, 938; Proxmire hits re-           Lead pica produced in rats, 92                 vocalized sounds in echolocating bats,
   search priorities at NSF, 498; Russia         Soaring prices and sinking sales of science        1211
    and noncooperation with scientists, 61;         monographs, C. G. Benjamin, 282              Suomi, V. See Murray, B. C., et al.
   schizophrenia program and U.S.-               Soberman, R. K., et al.: Particle concen-       Suppressing Drosphila circadian rhythm
   U.S.S.R. exchange, 932                           tration in the asteroid belt from Pioneer       with dim light, A. T. Winfree, 970
Shashoua, V. E. See Fjeringstad, E. J.               10, 320                                     Suppression of nitrogen fixation by blue-
Shearer, G. M. See Lozner, E. C., et al.         Social experiments: promise and problems           green algae in a eutrophic lake with
Shepard, F. P., et al.: "Internal waves"             (editorial), A. M. Rivlin, 35                  trace additions of copper, A. J. Horne
   advancing along submarine canyons, 195        Social facilitation and development in             and C. R. Goldman, 409
Shimozawa, T. See Suga, N.                           Ephestia kuhniella Z., W. B. Cotter, 747    Survival at extreme altitude: protective
Shirley, D. L. See Howard, H. T., et al.         Social stratification in science, J. R. COLE       effect of increased hemoglobin-oxygen
Should the history of science be rated X?,           and S. COLE, book review by M. R. Quil-        affinity, J. W. Eaton et al., 743
   S. G. Brush, 1164                                 lian, 841                                   Sutherland, D. J. B. See Singhal, R. L.,
Siegman, A. E.: book review of Laser             Sofer, D. See Kahana, E., et al.                   et al.
   handbook, 843                                 SOKAL, R. R. See SNEATH, P. H. A.               Sweetnam, D. N. See Howard, H. T., et al.
 Silica-alumina system: stable and meta-         Some aspects of intracellular parasitism,       Swindell, W. See Gehrels, T., et al.
    stable equilibria at 1.0 atmosphere, The       W. Trager, 269                                SWINDLER, D. R., and C. D. WOOD, An atlas
    I. A. Aksay and J. A. Pask, 69               Sonnett, C. P. See Schubert, G., et al. See     of primate gross anatomy, book review of,
Silver, M. J., et al.: Arachidonic acid            also Smith, E. J., et al.                        192
   causes sudden death in rabbits, 1085          South Asian archaeology, N. HAMMOND             Synaptic transmission between photorecep-
                                                        INDEX TO VOLUME 183                                                             xiii
  tors and horizontal cells in the turtle
  retina, L. Cervetto and M. Piccolino,
                                                Trask, N. See Murray, B. C., et al.
                                                Troughton, J. H.: book review of Phloem
                                                                                                                    w
  417                                              translocation, 68                            Waddington, C. H., and A. L. Porter: Op-
Szybalski, W.: The confusion over bac-          Truman, J. W., and L. M. Riddiford: book          erations research (letters), 1141
   teriophage OX-174 (letter), 1145                r-eview of The physiology of Insecta,        Wade, N. (News and Comment): agricul-
                                                   404                                            ture and U.S.-U.S.S.R. detente, 1175;
                                                Tuddenham, R. D.: book reiewv of Alfred           computer sales to the US.S.R., 499;
                     T                             Binet, 1071                                    Ford hears scientists' concern, 496; mil-
                                                Tumor development after 3-methylcholan-           itary budget for fiscal year 1975, 639;
Talmage, R. V., and J. J. B. Anderson:             threne in immunologically deficient athy-      Pentagon's R & D clients, 936; Salk In-
  Parathyroid hormone effects in rats              mic-nude mice, 0. Stutman, 534                 stitute worth $2.4 million to March of
  treated with diphosphonate, 661               Turek, I. See Welch, B. L., et al.                Dimes, 937; U.S. more vulnerable over
Tanaka, Y., and H. F. DeLuca: Stimula-          Turner, D. L.: Keynesian theory (letter),         raw materials, 185; Watergate tapes and
  ton of 24,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 pro-            702                                            report of expert panel, 732
  duction by 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D8,          Tuttle, R.: book review of An atlas of          Wakeley, P. C. See Zinn, D. J.
   1198                                            primate gross anatomy, 192                   Wallace J. R. See Natusch, D. F. S.,
Tar sand technology (letter), G. S. H.          Tuzzolino, A. J. See Simpson, J. A., et al.       et al.
   Lock, 469                                    Tyler, G. L. See Howard, H. T., et al.          Walpole, P. H. See Simpson, J. A., J. H.
Teegarden, B. J. See Trainor, J. H., et al.                                                       Eraker, J. E. Lamport, P. H. Walpole
TEMKIN, O., Galenism, book review of,                                                           Walsh, G. P. See Storrs, E. E., et al.
  650                                                                U                          Walsh, J. (News and Comment): "breeder
Temporal bone preservation in a 2600-                                                             economy" and Atomic Energy Commis-
  year-old Egyptian mummy, G. E. Lynn           Udovich, N. See Greeley, R., et al.               sion, 1276; budget for research and de-
  and J. T. Benitez, 200                        UHR, L., Pattern recognition, learning, and       velopment for fiscal year 1975, 635;
Temporal pattern shifts to avoid acoustic          thought, book review of, 403                   Congress and a jammed agenda, 727;
   interference in singing birds, R. W. Fick-   Uk, S.: Aid to Indochina (letter), 469            insurance dominates Nixon health mes-
  en et al., 762                                Ultraviolet observations of Venus from            sage, 933; Office of Management and
Terry, W. D. See Lozner, E. C., et al.             Mariner 10 preliminary results, A. L.          Budget, 180, 286; photocopying of jour-
Testing of computer-assisted methods for           Broadfoot et al., 1315                         nals, 1274; science and technology and
  classification of pharmacological activity,   Underground coal gasification (letter),           its relations with the federal govern-
   C. L. Perrin and K.-L. Ting, 551                D. R. Stephens et al., 1036                    ment, 497
Theory of the earth's gravity field, M. PICK    Unemployed biologists (letter), D. E.           WARREN, A. See COOKE, R. U.
   et al., book review by Z. F. Danes, 1284        Davis, 1036
Thomas, G. E.: Mercury: does its at-            Unestam, T. See Heath, I. B.                    WASHBURN, A. L., Periglacial processes and
   mosphere contain water?, 1197                University department, The (letters), J.          environments, book review of, 1285
Thomsen, M. F. See Van Allen, J. A.,               Stokes III et al., 902                       Wasps, J. P. .SPRADBERY, book review by
  et al.                                        Utterback, J. M.: Innovation in indtustry         H. E. Evans, 192
Thomson, W. W. See Nagahashi, G., et al.           and the diffusion of technology, 620         Wasserman, R. H.: Calcium absorption
Thompson, L. F. See Pinsky, L. S., et al.                                                         and calcium-binding protein synthesis:
Thompson, R. C. See Bair, W. J.                                                                   Solanium malacoxyloni reverses strontium
THORNE, K. S. See MISNER, C. W., et al.                              V                            inhibition, 1092. See also Villareale, M.,
Thorson, J., and M. Biederman-Thorson:                                                            et al.
  Distributed relaxation processes in sen-      VALENTINE, J. W., Evolutionary paleoecol-       Watanabe, M.: The conception of nature
   sory adaptation, 161                            ogy of the marine biosphere, book re-          in Japanese culture, 279
Thymic hormones, T. D. LUCKEY (Ed.),               viewv of, 648                                Wave mechanics, W. C. PRICE et al. (Eds.),
   book review by R. D. A. Peterson, 66         Van Allen, J. A., et al.: Energetic electrons     book review by K. S. Pitzer, 1075
Thymus adenylate cyclase activity during           in the magnetosphere of Jupiter, 309         Webber, W. R. See Trainor, J. H., et al.
  murine leukemogenesis, R. G. Kemp             Vandenberg, S. G. See DeFries, J. C., et al.    Weintraub, S. T. See Stavinoha, W. B.
   and R. J. Duquesnoy, 218                     Vanderstoep, S. F. See Smith, H. M., Jr.,       WEISBROD, B. A., et al., Disease and eco-
Ting, K.-L. See Perrin, C. L.                      et al.                                         nomic development, book review of, 1286
Tip growth in Mic-asterias, T. Lacalli and      van Heyningen, S.: Cholera toxin: inter-        Weisburger, J. H. See Reddy, B. S., et al.
   A. B. Acton, 665                                action of subunits with ganglioside Gm11,    Weiss, H. J. See Willis, A. L., et al.
Titus-Bode law of planetary distances,             656                                          Weissbach, A. See Skalka, A., et al.
   The, M. M. NIETO, book review by M.          VAN TASSEL, A. J. (Ed.), Our environment        Weissbarth, S. See Fry, J. M., et al.
   Lecar, 65                                       book reviei' of, 1187                        Welch, B. L., et al.: Norepinephrine up-
Tolerance to heterologous erythrocytes,         Variation and adaptive expression of anti-        take into cerebral cortical synaptosomes
   R. Auerbach and J. Roethle, 332                 bodies, The, G. P. SMITH, book reviewv         after one fight or electroconvulsive
Tomasko, M. See Gehrels, T., et al.                by R. F. Doolittle, 190                        shock, 220
Toole, B. P. See Polansky, J. R., et al.        Venus: atmospheric motion and structure         Wellington, W. G.: Bumblebee Ocelli and
Torpor in an Andean hummingbird: its               from Mariner 10 pictures, B. C. Murray         navigation at dusk, 550
   ecological significance, F. L. Carpenter,       et al., 1307                                 Wescoe, W. C.: Overmanagement of medi-
   545                                          Venus clouds: structure and composition,          cine (editorial), 155
Toxaphene insecticide: a complex biode-            A. T. Young, 407                             WESTFALL, R. -S. See GIERE, R. N.
   gradable mixture, J. E. Cassida et al.,      Venus: mass, gravity field, atmosphere,         Whang, Y. C. See Ness, N. F., et al.
   520                                             and ionosphere as measured by the Mar-       What happened at Hawthorne?, H. M.
Toxic trace elements: preferential concen-         iner 10 dual-frequency radio system, H.         Parsons, 922
   tration in respirable particles, D. F. S.       T. Howard et al., 1297                       WHEELER, J. A. See MISNER, C. W., et al.
   Natusch et al., 202                          Vergara, F., et al.: a-Ketoglutaramate: in-     Whipp, S. C. See Donta, S. T., et al.
Tracheobronchial epithelial multinuclea-           creased concentrations in the cerebro-       Whitby, K. T., et al.: The size of suspend-
   tion in malignant disease, J. Chalon et         spinal fluid of patients in hepatic coma,       ed particle matter in air, 1098
   al., 525                                        81                                           White, B. See Greeley, R., et al.
Tradition, change, and modernity, S. N.         "Very high alumina basalt": a mixture           White, V. P., and R. J. Woodrow: Grant
   EISENSTADT, book review1 by L. A. Coser,        and not a magma type, E. Dowty et al.,          administration (letters), 901
   742                                             1214                                         White, W., Jr.: Copyright decision (letter),
Trafton, L. M. See Chase, S. C., R. D.          Villareale, M., et al.: Diphenylhydantoin:         698
   Ruiz, G. Munch, G. Neugebauer, M.               effects on calcium metabolism in the         Whitson, G. L., and F. A. Murray: Cell
   Schroeder, L. M. Trafton                        chick, 671                                      culture of mammalian endometrium and
Trager, W.: Some aspects of intracellular       Virus Cancer Program (letter), V. Groupe,          synthesis of blastokinin in vitro, 668
   parasitism, 269. See also Chang, K.-P.          367                                          Wilkening, M. H.: Radon-222 from the
Trainor, J. H., et al.: Energetic particle      Viscosity of cellular protoplasm, A. D.            island of Hawaii: deep soils are more
   population in the Jovian magnetosphere:         Keith and W. Snipes, 666                        important than lava fields or volcanoes,
   a preliminary note, 311                      Visna virus infection of American lambs,           413
Transplantation of allogeneic bone marrow          0. Narayan et al., 1202                      Willingham, W. W.: Predicting success in
   in canine cyclic neutropenia, D. C. Dale     Visual information processing, W. G. CHASE         graduate education, 273
   and R. G. Graw, Jr., 83                         (Ed.), book review by U. Neisser, 402        Willis, A. L.: An enzymatic mechanism
Transvaal stromatolite: first evidence for      Voluntary or not? (letter), S. A. Goud-            for the antithrombotic and antihemo-
   the diversification of cells about 2.2 x        smit, 702                                       static actions of aspirin, 325
    I0' years ago. L. A. Nagy. 514              VYSKOCII. V. See PICK M.. et al.                Willis, A. L., et al.: Acetylenic analog of
xiv                                                    INDEX TO VOLUME 183
   arachidonate that acts like aspirin on      Wood, J. M.: Biological cycles for toxic         Young, A. T.: Venus clouds: structure and
   platelets, 327                                elements in the environment, 1049                composition, 407
Willis, W. 0. See Power, J. F., et al.         Woodrow, R. J. See White, V. P.                  Young, C.-Y. See Friedman, T. B., et al.
Wilson, J. R. See DeFries, J. C., et al.       Woodwell, G. M.: Biotic energy flows             Young, J. H.: History of life scienc s
Wilson, L. G.: book review of Galenism,          (letter), 367                                    (letter), 798
   650                                         World food situation (letter), W. H. Paw-        ZASLAVSKY, c., Africa counts, book r-eview
Wilson, W. E. See Whitby, K. T., et al.          ley, 26                                          of, 741
Wind tunnel simulations of light and dark      Wynder, E. L. See Hoffmann, D., et al. See       ZECH, L.   See   CASPERSSON, T.
   streaks on Mars, R. Greeley et al., 847       also Reddy, B. S., et al.                      ZEIGER, H. J., and G. W. PRATT, Magnetic
Winfree, A. T.: Suppressing Drosophila                                                             interactions in solids, book review of,
   circadian rhythm with dim light, 970                                                            406
Wing, E. S.: book review of Domestika-                          Y and Z                         ZEITZSCHEL, B. (Ed.), The biology of the
  tionsforschung und geschichte der haus-                                                          Indian Ocean, book review of, 405
  tiere, 844                                   Yaes. R, J. See Goudsmit, S. A., et al.          Zelby, L. W.: Student-faculty evaluation,
WOLF, T. H., Alfred Binet, book review of,     Yamazaki, T. See Ewens, W. J., et al.               1266
   1071                                                 and T. Maruyama: Evidence that          Zetterberg, G. See Kilbey, B. J.
Wolf, W. P.: book review of Magnetic in-         enzyme polymorphisms are selectively           Zikakis, J. P.: Homogenized milk and
  teractions in solids, 406                      neutral, but blood group polymorphisms            atherosclerosis (letter), 472
Wolfe, J. H., et al.: Preliminary Pioneer        are not, 1091                                  Zin, D. J., and P. C. Wakeley: Forest
   10 encounter results from the Ames Re-      Yarkin, R. J. See Friedman, T. B., et al.           planning (letters), 26
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  ment, 303                                      tase activity in the suckling rat: influence      trations and sources of trace metals at
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Wong, S. K. See Anderson, J. D., et al.          ity of medial forebrain bundle fibers          Zygielbaum, A. I. See Howard, H. T.,
WOOD, C. D. See SWINDLER, D. R.                  mediating self-stimulation, 102                   et al.
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