Parasitology, Harold W. Manter Laboratory of

 

Authors

Date of this Version

1937

Comments

Published in The Journal of Parasitology, Vol. 23, No. 6 (Dec., 1937), pp. 547-576

Abstract

1. Experimental Transmissions of Toxoplasma in Canaries. (10 min.) (Lantern.) Fruma Wolfson, Johns Hopkins University.
2. Paper withdrawn.
3. Oocyst Counts for Young Rats on a Basal Diet Supplemented with Various Feeding Stuffs and Experimentally Infected with Eimeria nieschulzi. (10 min.) (Lantern.) Elery R. Becker, Iowa State College.
4. Occurrence of Malaria in Young and Adult Red-Wing Blackbirds (Agelaius p. phoeniceus). (15 min.) Carlton M. Herman, Austin Ornithological Research Station and Johns Hopkins University.
5. The Influence of the Host's Rest Period on the Periodic Asexual Reproductive Activity of Avian Plasmodia. (15 min.) (Lantern.) Leslie A. Stauber, University of Chicago.
6. Further Studies on Trichomonas columbae. (10 min.) (Lantern.) Robert M. Stabler, University of Pennsylvania.
7. Observations on Venereal Trichomoniasis in Bovines. (15 min.) (Charts.) Charles W. Rees, U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry.
8. Binary Fission in Dientamoeba fragilis. (15 min.) (Lantern.) D. H. Wenrich, University of Pennsylvania.
9. The Pathogenicity of a Strain of Small Race Endamoeba histolytica. (15 min.) (Lantern.) William W. Frye and Henry E. Meleney, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.
10. A Survey of Intestinal Protozoa among Children and Adults in Los Angeles. John F. Kessel and D. Sinitsin, Los Angeles County Hospital and the School of Medicine, University of Southern California. 1
1. A Strain of Plasmodium relictum from Doves and Pigeons. G. Robert Coatney, State Teachers' College, Peru, Neb.
12. The Effects of Phenylhydrazine on Avian Infections with Plasmodium cathemerium. Robert Hegner and Redginal Hewitt, Johns Hopkins University.
13. Susceptibility of Young Red Cells in Canaries to Malarial Parasites. Robert Hegner and Redginal Hewitt, Johns Hopkins University.
14. Transmission Experiments with Plasmodium circumfiexum and P. cathemerium by Mosquitoes. Carlton M. Herman, Austin Ornithological Research Station and Johns Hopkins University.
15. Cross-Infection Experiments with Three Species of Amoebae from Reptiles. Quentin M. Geiman, Harvard Medical School and School of Public Health.
16. Experimental Infection of Mice with Balantidium coli. E. Clifford Nelson, University of Maine.
17. A Synopsis of the Flagellate Genus Cochlosoma Kotlan, with the Description of Two New Species. Bernard V. Travis, Iowa State College.
I8. The Nature and Mechanism of Local Immunity in Parasitic Infections. (Io min.) Asa C. Chandler, Rice Institute. 19. Age Resistance of Chickens to the Cestode Raillietina cesticillus (Molin). (10 min.) (Lantern.) J. E. Ackert and W. M. Reid, Kansas State College.
20. The Resistance of the Herring Gull, Larus argentatus, to Experimental Infections of the Trematode, Parorchis acanthus. (15 min.) (Lantern.) Raymond M. Cable, Purdue University and the Marine Biological Laboratory.
21. Acquired Resistance in Sheep to Superinfection with a Nematode, Cooperia curticei. (15 min.) (Lantern.) John S. Andrews, U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry.
22. Resistance of Rats and Mice to Infection with Capillaria hepatica. (15 min.) (Lantern.) George W. Luttermoser, U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry.
23. Passive Immunity in Experimental Trichiniasis. (10 min.) (Lantern.) James T. Culbertson and Samuel S. Kaplan, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University.
24. The Immunity to the Hookworm, Ancylostoma caninum, Acquired by Dogs as a Result of Previous Infection. (15 min.) (Lantern.) G. F. Otto, K. B. Kerr and J. W. Landsberg, Johns Hopkins University.
25. The in Vitro Action of Immune Rat Serum on Nippostrongylus muris (Nematoda). (15 min.) (Lantern.) Merritt P. Sarles, University of Chicago.
26. Cellular Reactions during Immunity to Nippostrongylus muris in the Rat. (15 min.) (Lantern.) W. H. Taliaferro and M. P. Sarles, University of Chicago.
27. Immunological Studies with Dirofilaria immitis. John G. Arnold, Jr., and Timothy L. Duggan, Loyola University, New Orleans.
28. Resistance and Immunity Reactions in Infections with Sparganum mansonoides. Justus F. Mueller and Orren D. Chapman, College of Medicine, Syracuse University.
29. Dermal and Intradermal Skin Reactions in Oxyuriasis. Willard H. Wright and John Bozicevich, National Institute of Health, U. S. Public Health Service.
30. A Parasitological Reconnaissance in Alaska with Particular Reference to Varying Hares. (15 min.) Cornelius B. Philip, Rocky Mountain Laboratory, U. S. Public Health Service.
31. Status of the Generic Name Profilicollis of A. Meyer. (5 min.) Harley J. Van Cleave, University of Illinois.
32. The Life Cycle of a Trematode of Frogs. (5 min.) (Also by demonstration.) W. Henry Leigh, University of Illinois. (Introduced by Harley J. Van Cleave.)
33. A New Strigeid Cercaria which Produces a Bloat Disease in Tadpoles. (15 min.) (Lantern.) W. W. Cort and Sterling Brackett, Johns Hopkins University and University of Wisconsin.
34. Experimental Studies on Trematodes Belonging to the Subfamily Reniferinae. (Io min.) (Lantern.) J. Henry Walker, University of Alabama.
35. Life Cycle of a Fluke Halipegus eccentricus n. sp., Found in the Ears of Frogs. (Io min.) (Lantern.) (Also by demonstration.) Lyell J. Thomas, University of Illinois.
Presidential Address 36. Life History Studies and Their Relation to Problems in Taxonomy of Digenetic Trematodes. George R. La Rue, University of Michigan
32. The Life Cycle of a Trematode of Frogs. (Also read.) W. Henry Leigh, University of Illinois. (Introduced by Harley J. Van Cleave.)
35. Life Cycle of a Fluke Halipegus eccentricus n. sp., Found in the Ears of Frogs. (Also read.) Lyell J. Thomas, University of Illinois.
37. Some Useful Paraphernalia in Parasitological Efitomology. Cornelius B. Philip, Rocky Mountain Laboratory, U. S. Public Health Service.
38. Studies on Agricultural Sanitation in North China. Gerald F. Winfield, Cheeloo University, Tsinan, Shantung, China.
39. Some Effects of Invasion by Myxosporidia on Certain Canadian Fishes. H. B. Fantham and Annie Porter, McGill University.
40. Microgamete Formation of Haemoproteus beckeri in the Blood of the Brown Thrasher (Toxostoma rufum). Robert L. Roudabush, Iowa State College.
41. Modifications of the Acetabulum in Trematodes. H. W. Manter, University of Nebraska.
42. Further Studies on Prosthogonimiasis. Ralph W. Macy, College of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minn.
43. Cystocercous Cercariae of the Mirabilis Group from Lake Erie Snails. E. Eugene Dickerman, Bowling Green State University.
44. Some Cystocercous Cercariae from Alabama and Florida. Septima Smith, University of Alabama.
45. Giant Trematodes from the Wahoo, Acanthocybium solandri. Ross F. Nigrelli and Horace W. Stunkard, New York Aquarium and New York University.
46. Studies on the Life History of Neoechinorhynchus cylindratus (Van Cleave, 1913). Helen L. Ward, Purdue University. (Introduced by R. M. Cable.)
47. Studies on Oxyuriasis. XII. Epidemiological Findings in Washington, D. C. Eloise B. Cram and Lucy Reardon, National Institute of Health, U. S. Public Health Service.
48. The Larval Production of Trichinella spiralis in Rats Given Graduated Numbers of Larvae. L. 0. Nolf and J. M. Edney, University of Iowa.
49. Studies on Forced Calcification in Experimental Trichina Infections. (Also read.) Theodor von Brand, G. F. Otto and Evelyn Abrams, Johns Hopkins University.
50. Studies on the Oral Transfer of Sparganum mansonoides and on the Nature of Sparganum proliferum. (15 min.) (Lantern.) Justus F. Mueller, New York State College of Forestry.
51. Rates of Acquisition by Grazing Sheep of M. expansa and What They Reveal of the Available Pasture Infestation. (15 min.) (Lantern.) Norman R. Stoll, Rockefeller Institute, Princeton, N. J.
52. The Life Cycle of Anoplocephaline Cestodes. (15 min.) (Lantern.) Horace W. Stunkard, New York University.
53. Studies on the Bionomics and Seasonal Incidence of Trichostrongylus axei (Cobbold). (15 min.) (Lantern.) M. A. Stewart and J. R. Douglas, University of California.
54. Studies on the Course of Trichostrongyle Infestation in Sheep. (15 min.) (Lantern.) H. S. Cameron and M. A. Stewart, University of California.
55. Some Observations on the Epidemiology of the Dog Heart Worm (Dirofilaria immitis). (io min.) Harold W. Brown, University of North Carolina.
56. Seasonal Changes in the Frequency with which Single Strongyloides ratti Produce Progeny of Indirect Development. (15 min.) (Lantern.) George L. Graham, Rockefeller Institute, Princeton, N. J.
57. Infection of Guinea-Pigs with Strongyloides ratti. (Io min.) A. J. Sheldon and G. F. Otto, Johns Hopkins University.
58. The Development of Zygocotyle from Cercaria poconensis Willey, 1930. Charles H. Willey, New York University. 59. Some Monogenetic Trematodes from the Galapagos Islands and the Neighboring Pacific. Frank G. Meserve, Macalester College, St. Paul, Minn.
60. Studies on Oxyuriasis. XIII. Problems Presented by a Family of Seven, All Infested with Pinworms. (15 min.) Myrna F. Jones, Eloise B. Cram and Willard H. Wright, National Institute of Health, U. S. Public Health Service.
61. Further Studies on the Life Cycle of Contracaecum spiculigerum. (5 min.) (Lantern.) Lyell J. Thomas, University of Illinois.
62. Life Cycle of Raphidascaris canadensis Smedley, 1933. A Nematode from the Pike, Esox lucius.. (10 min.) (Lantern.) Lyell J. Thomas, University of Illinois.
63. Physiological Observations on a Larval Eustrongylides. (15 min.) (Lantern.) Theodor von Brand, Barat College, Lake Forest, Illinois.
49. Studies on Forced Calcification in Experimental Trichina Infections. (15 min.) (Lantern.) (Also by demonstration.) Theodor von Brand, G. F. Otto and Evelyn Abrams, Johns Hopkins University.
64. Studies on Host Reactions to Larval Parasites. III. An Histolytic Ferment from the Cercariae of Cryptocotyle lingua (Creplin). (15 min.) (Lantern.) George W. Hunter, III, and Wanda S. Hunter, Wesleyan University
65. Trichinella spiralis and Leptospira icterohemorrhagiae in the Hawaiian Islands. Joseph E. Alicata, University of Hawaii.
66. Studies on the Development of the Pigeon Capillarid, Capillaria columbae. Everett E. Wehr, U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry.
67. The Occurrence of Trichostrongylus axei (Cobbold) in Equines of Panama. A. O. Foster, Gorgas Memorial Laboratory, Panama.
68. On the Production and Migration of the Larva of Trichinella spiralis. L. O. Nolf and J. D. Crum, University of Iowa.
69. The Transplantation of Gravid Trichinella spiralis. L. O. Nolf, University of Iowa.

Included in

Parasitology Commons

Share

COinS