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"The Digestive Diverticula in the Lamellibranchs."

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Soc. Edin., Vol. LIV, 1926, pp. 703-718.)

(Trans. Roy.

Ciliary Feeding Mechanisms in the Thecosomatous Pteropods." (Journ. Linn. Soc. Zool, Vol. XXXVI, 1926, pp. 417-429.) "Formation of Calcareous Tubes round the Siphons of Teredo." (Nature, Vol. CXIX, 1927, pp. 11-12.)

"Food from the Sea. I. The Shellfish Industry."

Reviews, 1927, No. 445, pp. 137-141.)

(Review of

Journal Marine Biological Association. (Vol. XIV, 1926-7.)

ATKINS, D.

"The Moulting Stages of the Pea Crab (Pinnotheres pisum).” (pp. 475-494.)

"A New Habitat for Loxosoma phascolosomatum Vogt." (pp.

749-752.)

ATKINS, W. R. G.

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The Phosphate Content of Sea-Water in relation to the Growth of
Algal Plankton. Part III." (pp. 447-467.)

ATKINS, W. R. G., and WILSON, E. G.

"The Phosphorus and Arsenic Compounds of Sea-Water." (pp. 609-614.)

BAKER, J. R.—

"Temperature and Enzyme Activity." (pp. 723-727.) CARRUTHERS, J. N.

"Investigations upon the Water Movements in the English Channel, Summer, 1924." (pp. 685-721.)

CLARK, R. S.

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Rays and Skates. No. 2. Description of Embryos."

661-683.)

FORD, E., and BULL, H. 0.—

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Abnormal Vertebrae in Herrings." (pp. 509-517.)

FURUSAWA, K., and KERRidge, P. M. T.—

(pp.

"The Hydrogen Ion Concentration of the Muscles of Marine Animals." (pp. 657-659.)

HENTSCHEL, C. C.

"On a New Ciliate, Ptyssostoma thalassemae nov. gen., nov. sp., from the Intestine of the Echiuroid Worm, Thalassema neptuni Gärtner." (pp. 651-655.)

HICKLING, C. F.

"A New Type of Luminescence in Fishes. II." (pp. 495-507.) HIRASAKA, K.—

Notes on Nucula." (pp. 629-645.)

HUNT, O. D.—

"A New Method for Quantitative Sampling of the Sea-Bottom." (pp. 529-534.)

IRVING, L.

"The Precipitation of Calcium and Magnesium from Sea-Water.” (pp. 441-446.)

LEBOUR, M. V.

"A General Survey of Larval Euphausiids, with a Scheme for their Identification." (pp. 519-527.)

"The Eggs and Newly Hatched Young of the Common Blennies from the Plymouth Neighbourhood." (pp. 647-650.)

"Studies of the Plymouth Brachyura. 1. The Rearing of Crabs in Captivity, with a Description of the Larval Stages of Inachus Dorsettensis, Macropodia longirostris and Maia squinado." (pp. 795-820.)

ORTON, J. H.

"On the Rate of Growth of Cardium edule. Part 1. Experimental Observations." (pp. 239-279.)

"The Comparative Behaviour of Native Oysters (0. edulis) and Portuguese Oysters (G. angulata) in Certain Lethal Solutions of T.N.T. (Trinitrotoluene). With Analysis by the Government Chemist." (pp. 281-294.)

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'Summary of a Report on a Survey of the Fal Estuary Oyster Beds, November, 1924, with Notes on the Biology of the Oyster (0. edulis)." (pp. 615-627.)

PRUTHI, H. S.

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Preliminary Observations on the Relative Importance of the various Factors Responsible for the Death of Fishes in Polluted Waters." (pp. 729-739.)

"The Ability of Fishes to Extract Oxygen at different Hydrogen lon Concentrations of the Medium." (pp. 741-747.)

RUSSELL, F. S.—

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The Vertical Distribution of Marine Macroplankton. III. Diurnal
Observations on the Pelagic Young of Teleostean Fishes in the
Plymouth Area." (pp. 387-414.)

IV.

The

"The Vertical Distribution of Marine Macroplankton.
Apparent Importance of Light Intensity as a Controlling Factor
in the Behaviour of Certain Species in the Plymouth Area.”
(pp. 415-440.)

The

"The Vertical Distribution of Marine Macroplankton. Ꮩ . Distribution of Animals caught in the Ring-trawl in the Daytime in the Plymouth Area." (pp. 557-608.)

YONGE, C. M.

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Structure and Physiology of the Organs of Feeding and Digestion in Ostrea edulis. (pp. 295-386.)

4. SCOTTISH MARINE BIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (Millport Laboratory). MACDONALD, R.—

"Numerical Reduction of Instars in the Metamorphosis of
Euphausids." (Nature, Vol. CXVII, June, 1926, p. 894.)
"Food and Habits of Meganyctiphanes norvegica.'

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(Journ. Mar.

Biol. Assoc., Vol. XIV, No. 3, March, 1927, pp. 753-784.) "Irregular development in the larval history of Meganyctiphanes norvegica." (Ibid., pp. 785-794, 1 pl.)

CARTER, G. S.—

"On the Control of the Velar Cilia of the Nudibranch Veliger." (British Journ. of Exper. Biol., Vol. IV, No. 1, September, 1926, pp. 1-26, pls. I-III.)

ELMHIRST, R.

"Two Sand dwelling Nemertine Worms, new to Britain." (Scottish Naturalist, 1926, pp. 93-94.)

"Notes on Fishes from the Firth of Clyde." (Ibid., pp. 151-8 and 179-186.)

ELMHIRST, R., and STEPHENSON, J.

"On Lumbricillus scoticus, n. sp." (Journ. Mar. Biol. Assoc., Vol. XIV, No. 2, August, 1926, pp. 469-473.)

The following papers contain some work or reference to material from the Millport Laboratory:

JEPPS, M. W.—

"Contribution to the Study of Gromia oviformis, Dujardin.” (Quart. Journ. Micro. Sci., Vol. LXX, Part IV, December, 1926, pp. 701-719, pls. 37-39.)

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HOBSON, A. D.—

A Study of the fertilisation membrane in the Echinoderms." (Proc. Roy. Soc., Edin., Vol. XLVII, No. 7, 1927, pp. 94-117.) ELLIS, D.

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1. Thioporphyra volutans—a new genus of Sulphur-bacteria." "II. The Sulphur-bacteria as aids in the study of polluted waters." (Journ. Roy. Techn. Coll., Glasgow, 1926, pp. 165-177.)

5. ARMSTRONG COLLEGE, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE (Dove Marine Laboratory, Cullercoats).

МЕЕК, А.

Report, Dove Marine Laboratory, New Series, XV.

"The Currents of the East Coast." (pp. 38-42.) "Plankton Investigations."

STORROW, B.

(pp. 43-44.)

"Herring Investigations-Herring Shoals." (pp. 8-18.)) COWAN, DOROTHY.—

"Herring Investigation Size." (pp. 19-22.)
"The Growth of the Lumpsucker." (pp. 23-25.)

GILL, R.

"Pollution of the River Tyne." (pp. 26-32.)
"The Flesh Protein of Herring." (pp. 33-37.)

Reports of the Standing Committee on Rivers Pollution, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries.

(a) Serial No. 198. Report No. 137-Report on a Survey of the River Tyne made on 19th June, 1926.

(b) Serial No. 247. Report No. 163-Report on Some Analyses of

River Water and Effluents discharging into the River Tyne with respect to Tar Acids and Neutral Volatile Compounds, 1926-27.

6. DEPARTMENT OF OCEANOGRAPHY, LIVERPOOL UNIVERSITY. (Port Erin Biological Station.

BRUCE, J. R.—

"The Respiratory Exchange of the Mussel (Mytilus edulis)."' (Biochem. Journ. Vol. XX. 1926, pp. 829-846.)

JOHNSTONE, J. (Editor)—

"40th Annual Report of the Port Erin Marine Biological Station," with Appendices by A. Scott and H. C. Chadwick: "The Plankton of the Plaice Spawning Ponds," and "Natural History Notes," 1926, pp. 39.

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