Biology in Human Affairs

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INDEX

A
Abel, 291
Abilities, measurement of, 134
Abnormalities, mental, 70
Absolute truth, 8
Acidosis, 223ff.
causes of, 224
symptoms of, 224
treatment for, 225
Addison's Disease, 236, 303
Adjustment, emotional, 76
to habitat, 44
intellectual, 76
to work, 124
Adler, Alfred, 75, 100
African sleeping sickness, 294
Age of Science, 6
"Aids in Selecting Salesmen," 140
Alaska, reindeer in, 325
Alexander, O. H., 338
Alkalosis, causes and treatment of, 226
American Rose Society, 339
Americans, rating of, in group test, 146
Amino-acids, 179, 218, 364, 366, 379
Anatomy, comparative, 21
Anemia, causes of, 208, 378
treatment for, 208, 236, 378, 379
Animals, farm, importation of, 325
advance in breeding methods of, 342, 343
Anthony, Susan B., 51
Anthropology, 21
Anti-evolution resolutions, 6
Antiseptics, 234ff.
Antitoxin, 235
Ants, social life of, 311, 312
Apples, breading of, Delicious, 320, 330
Baldwin, 324
Ben Davis, 335
Cortland, 330, 334, 335, 336
McIntosh, 330, 334, 335, 336
Rhode Island Greening, 332
Arabs, discoveries of, 16
Aristotle, 7, 16, 54
Army Alpha, 140
Arnald of Villanova, 16
Arteriosclerosis, 211
Arthritis, causes of, 230
treatment for, 231
Asiatic cholera, 241, 268
Associationism, 60
Assyria, 342
Atlantic Refining Co., use of psychological tests by, 138
Austrians, rating of, in group test, 145

B
Babbitt, Irving, 10, 11
Babcock, M. E., 88
Babylonians, breeding among, 163
Bacillus acidophilus, 205
Bacillus bulgaricus, 205
Bacteria, discovery of, 18
Bacteriology, new field of research opened up by revelations of, 247
Balzac, 332
Barley, English varieties of, unable to withstand New England winters, 321
seeds of, brought over by pilgrims, 321
Bayliss, 300

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