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Ixiv ANNUAL REPORT Cloudsley-Thonipson Editor Biology of Deserts Institute of Biology London Parasitic flies 8ei Prog 43 616-628 On the function of the pectines of scorpions 1' Ann Mag Nat Hist 12 556-560 Some aspects of the biology of centipedes and scorpions Naturalist no 855 147-153 The life-histories of the British cribellate spiders of the genus Giniflo Bl Dictynidae Ann Mag Nat Hist 12 787- 794 Transpiration through the cuticle in the spiders Drassodes lapi- dosus Walck and Tegenaria atrica ErU Mon Mag 91 308-9 Notes on Arachnida 26-27 Ent Mon Mag 92 74-75 with Sankey Some aspects of the fauna of the district around Juniper Hall Mickleham Surrey III Ent Mon Mag 92 132-134 Danielli with Lorch Ord and Wilson Nucleus and Cytoplasm in cellular inheritance Nature 176 1114-1115 with Hebborn Selectivity of enzyme-activated nitrogen mustards Nature 177 25-27 with Barter and Davies quantitative cytochemical method for estimating alkaline phosphatase activity Proc Roy Soc 144 412-426 with Ord The site of damage in amoebae exposed to X-rays Quart Micr Sci 97 part 29-37 with Ord The site of damage in amoebae exposed to lethal concentrations of methyl di- B-chloroethyl -amine nitrogen mustard Quart Micr Sci 97 part 17-28 Ord The site of damage in amoebae exposed to low concentrations of methyl di- B-chloroethyl -amine nitrogen mustard' Quart Micr Sci 97 part 39-45 Brinkhurst The fauna of cattle troughs near Flatford Mill ErU Mon Mag In press "Some notes on Gerroidea in hibernation Ent Mon Mag In press Coombs ╬ť with Arcus and Evans Reactions of organic azides PartV The Schmidt reaction with fluorenones Chem Soc 1956 Vol 299 1498-1507 Stein with Danielli Structure and function in red cell perme- ability Trans Farad Soc In press
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