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1932
Hoffmann CH.  1932.  The biology of three North American species of Mesovelia (Hemiptera-Mesoveliidae). The Canadian Entomologist. 64:88-94,113-120,126-133.
Thomas LJ.  1932.  Cercaria sphaerula n. sp., infesting Cyclops. Journal of Parasitology. 19:165(Abstr.
O'Roke EC.  1932.  The control of Leucocytozoon anatis Wickware. Journal of Parasitology. 19:177(Abstr.
Martin RK.  1932.  The cytology of Leucocytozoon anatis Wickware. I. Gametogenesis. Journal of Parasitology. 19:179(Abstr.
Nichols GElwood, Ackley AB.  1932.  The desmids of Michigan, with particular reference to the Douglas Lake region. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 15:113-140.
Oosting HJ.  1932.  Distribution of the genus Potamogeton in Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 15:141-171.
Old MC.  1932.  Environmental selection of the fresh-water sponges (Spongillidae) of Michigan. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 51:129-136.
Hoffmann CH.  1932.  Hymenopterous parasites from the eggs of aquatic and semi-aquatic insects. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 5:33-37.
Winfield GF.  1932.  On the immunity of snails infested with the sporocysts of the strigeid, Cotylurus flabelliformis, to the penetration of its cercaria. Journal of Parasitology. 19:130-133.
Eggleton FE.  1932.  Limnetic distribution and migration of Corethra larvae in two Michigan lakes. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 15:361-388.
Welch PSmith, Eggleton FE.  1932.  Limnological investigations on northern Michigan Lakes II. A further study of depression individuality in Douglas Lake. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 15:491-508.
La Rue GRoger, Townsend EW.  1932.  A morphological study of Alaria nasuae LaRue and Townsend (Trematoda: Alariidae). Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 51:252-263.
La Rue GRoger.  1932.  Morphology of Cotylurus communis Hughes (Trematoda: Strigeidae). Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 51:28-47.
Chickering AM.  1932.  Notes and studies on Arachnida. II. Araneae from the Douglas Lake region, Michigan. I. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 15:349-355.
Nichols GElwood.  1932.  Notes on Michigan bryophytes. The Bryologist. 35:5-8.
Brinley FJ.  1932.  A physiological study of the innervation of the heart of fish embryos. Physiological Zoology. 5:527-537.
Ackley AB.  1932.  Preliminary report on Michigan algae, exclusive of desmids and diatoms. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 15:1-49.
Ross HH.  1932.  Records of additional European sawflies in America and descriptions of new varieties of North American species. The Canadian Entomologist. 64:247-251.
McIntosh A.  1932.  Some new species of the trematode worms of the genus Leucochloridium Carus, parasitic in birds from northern Michigan, with a key and notes on other species of the genus. Journal of Parasitology. 19:32-53.
Krull WH, Price HFlorence.  1932.  Studies on the life history of Diplodiscus temperatus Stafford from the frog. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan. 237:38pp..
Potzger J.E.  1932.  Succession of forests as indicated by fossil pollen from a northern Michigan bog. Science. 75:366.
Old MC.  1932.  Taxonomy and distribution of the fresh-water sponges (Spongillidae) of Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 15:439-476.
La Rue GRoger.  1932.  The University of Michigan Biological Station. The Biologist. 13:130-137.
1933
Force ER.  1933.  The age of the attainment of sexual maturity of the leopard frog, Rana pipiens (Schreber) in northern Michigan. Copeia. (3):128-131.
La Rue CD.  1933.  Bark thickness of some Michigan trees. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 17:201-227.
Reighard J.  1933.  The Biological Station's first year. A letter from Professor Jacob Reighard, first director of the Station, read at the 25th anniversary celebration at Douglas Lake. 40:pp.5-6,9-10.
Old MC.  1933.  Contribution to the biology of fresh-water sponges (Spongillidae). Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 17:663-679.
Anderson E.  1933.  The distribution of Iris versicolor in relation to the post-glacial Great Lakes. Rhodora. 35:154-160.
Coburn HR, Grant GM, Dean DL.  1933.  An ecological study of Bryant's Bog, Cheboygan County, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 17:57-65.
Blanchard FNelson.  1933.  Eggs and young of the smooth green snake, Liopeltis vernalis (Harlan). Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 17:493-508.
Hungerford HB.  1933.  The genus Notonecta of the world. The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 21:5-195.
Cummings C.  1933.  The giant water bugs (Belostomatidae, Hemiptera). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 21:197-219.
F. Butcher G.  1933.  Hymenopterous parasites of Gyrinidae with descriptions of new species of Hemiteles. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 26:76-85.
Nolf L.O, Cort WWalter.  1933.  On immunity reactions of snails to the penetration of the cercariae of the strigeid trematode, Cotylurus flabelliformis (Faust). Journal of Parasitology. 20:38-48.
La Rue CD.  1933.  Intumescences on poplar leaves. I. Structure and development. American Journal of Botany. 20:1-17.
La Rue CD.  1933.  Intumescences on poplar leaves. II. Physiological considerations. American Journal of Botany. 20:159-175.
S. Talbot B.  1933.  Life history studies on trematodes of the subfamily Reniferinae. Parasitology. 25:518-545.
Brown CJD.  1933.  A limnological study of certain fresh-water Polyzoa with special reference to their statoblasts. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 52:271-316.
Blanchard FNelson, Finster EB.  1933.  A method of marking living snakes for future recognition, with a discussion of some problems and results. Ecology. 14:334-347.
O'Roke EC.  1933.  Michigan studies juvenile diseases of wild ducks. Outdoor America. 11(3):7,25.
Chickering AM.  1933.  Notes and studies on Arachnida. IV. Araneae from the Douglas Lake region, Michigan. II. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 17:515-520.
Nichols GElwood.  1933.  Notes on Michigan bryophytes.- II. The Bryologist. 36:69-78.
Old MC.  1933.  Observations on the Sisyridae (Neuroptera). Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 17:681-684.
Force ER, Schmeichel NL.  1933.  Sexual differentiation in the tail length of the lined snake, Tropidoclonion lineatum (Hallowell). The Biologist. 14:70-72.
Rodger EA.  1933.  Wound healing in submerged plants. The American Midlands Naturalist. 14:704-713.
1934
Thomas LJ.  1934.  Cercaria sphaerula n. sp. from Helisoma trivolvis infecting Cyclops. Journal of Parasitology. 20:285-290.
S. Talbot B.  1934.  A description of four new trematodes of the subfamily Reniferinae with a discussion of the systematics of the subfamily. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 53:40-56.
Lundblad O..  1934.  Die Nordamerikanischen arten der gattung Hydrachna. Arkiv for Zoologi. 28 A(3):1-44.
Thomas LJ.  1934.  Further studies on the life cycle of a frog tapeworm Ophiotaenia saphena Osler. Journal of Parasitology. 20:291-294.
Fulling EH.  1934.  Identification, by leaf structure, of the species of Abies cultivated in the United States. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 61:497-524.
Nichols GElwood.  1934.  The influence of exposure to winter temperatures upon seed germination in various native American plants. Ecology. 15:364-373.
McMullen DB.  1934.  The life cycle of the turtle trematode Cercorchis medius. Journal of Parasitology. 20:248-250.
Cheatum EPhilip.  1934.  Limnological investigations on respiration, annual migratory cycle, and other related phenomena in fresh-water pulmonate snails. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 53:348-407.
O'Roke EC.  1934.  A malaria-like disease of ducks caused by Leucocytozoon anatis Wickware. University of Michigan School of Forestry and Conservation Bulletin. 4:7-44.
Sandground J.H.  1934.  Nematostrigea serpens (nom. nov.) a redescription of Holostomum serpens Nitzsch 1819. Journal of Parasitology. 26:278-281.
La Rue CD.  1934.  Root grafting in trees. American Journal of Botany. 21:121-126.
III GWHunter, Hunter WSanborn.  1934.  Studies on fish and bird parasites. :245-254.
Creaser CW.  1934.  The technic of handling the zebra fish (Brachydanio rerio) for the production of eggs which are favorable for embryological research and are available at any specified time throughout the year. Copeia. :159-161.
McIntosh A.  1934.  Two new species of trematodes, Scaphiostomum pancreaticum n. sp. and Postharmostomum laruei n. sp., from the chipmunk. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington. 1:2-4.
Smith AH.  1934.  Unusual agarics from Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 19:205-216.
1935
Welch PSmith, Eggleton FE.  1935.  Additional data on submerged depression individuality in Douglas Lake. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:737-750.
Creaser CW, Gorbman A.  1935.  Apparent specificity of the induced ovulation reaction in Amphibia. American Journal of Physiology. 113:32.
Nichols GElwood.  1935.  The bryophytes of Michigan with special reference to the Huron Mountain region. The Bryologist. 38:11-19.
Eggleton FE.  1935.  A comparative study of the benthic fauna of four northern Michigan lakes. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:609-644.
Cort WWalter, Brackett S, McMullen DB.  1935.  Double infestations of snails with the cercariae of digenetic trematodes. Journal of Parasitology. 21:433(Abstr.
Hickman CP.  1935.  External features of the larva of Hydromyza confluens. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science. 44:212-216.
Chickering AM.  1935.  Further additions to the list of Araneae from Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:583-587.
III GWHunter, Hunter WSanborn.  1935.  Further studies on fish and bird parasites. :267-283.
Creaser CW, Creaser EP.  1935.  The grayling in Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:599-608.
Nichols GElwood.  1935.  The hemlock-white pine-northern hardwood region of eastern North America. Ecology. 16:403-422.
Grout A.J.  1935.  Hygrohypnum nicholsii n. sp. The Bryologist. 38:10.
Van Gundy C.O.  1935.  Hymenolepis anthocephalus, a new tapeworm from the mole shrew, Blarina brevicauda Say. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 54:240-244.
McMullen DB.  1935.  The life cycle and a discussion of the systematics of the turtle trematode, Eustomos chelydrae. Journal of Parasitology. 21:52-53.
McMullen DB.  1935.  The life histories and classification of two allocreadiid-like plagiorchids from fish, Macroderoides typicus (Winfield) and Alloglossidium corti (Lamont). Journal of Parasitology. 21:369-380.
Hedrick LR.  1935.  The life history and morphology of Spiroxys contortus (Rudolphi); Nematoda: Spiruridae. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 54:307-335.
Rankin K.P.  1935.  Life history of Lethocerus Americanus (Leidy) (Hemiptera-Belostomatidae). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 22:479-491.
Welch PSmith.  1935.  Limnology.
Evans AW, Nichols GElwood.  1935.  The liverwort flora of the upper Michigan peninsula. The Bryologist. 38:81-91.
Force ER.  1935.  A local study of the opisthoglyph snake, Tantilla gracilis Baird and Girard. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:645-659.
Creaser CW.  1935.  The moose (Alces americanus) and the water shrew (Sorex palustris hydrobodistes), rare mammals of the southern peninsula of Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:597-598.
Culbertson JT, S. Talbot B.  1935.  A new antagonistic property of normal serums: the cercaricidal action. Science. 82:525-526.
McIntosh A.  1935.  New host records of parasites. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington. 2:80.
McMullen DB.  1935.  A note on the life history of Mosesia chordeilesia n. sp. (Lecithodendriidae). Journal of Parasitology. 21:434(Abstr.
Luttermoser GW.  1935.  A note on the life history of the monostome Notocotylus urbanensis. Journal of Parasitology. 21:456.
McMullen DB.  1935.  A note on the relationship of the Telorchinae and Reniferinae. Journal of Parasitology. 21:217-219.
Brennan JMarks.  1935.  The Pangoniinae of Nearctic America (Tabanidae, Diptera). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 22:249-401.
Jack HA.  1935.  Precipitation retention by Cladonia mats. Ecology. 16:120-121.
La Rue CD.  1935.  Regeneration in monocotyledonous seedlings. American Journal of Botany. 22:486-492.
Lander CA.  1935.  The relation of the plastid to nuclear division in Anthoceros laevis. American Journal of Botany. 22:42-51.
La Rue GRoger.  1935.  Schistosome dermatitis. Michigan Public Health. 23:87-90.
Walp RLee.  1935.  Shrubs of Cheboygan and Emmet Counties, Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 16:230-247.
Sandground J.H.  1935.  Spirura michiganensis n. sp. and Rictularia halli n. sp., two new parasitic nematodes from Eutamias striatus lysteri (Richardson). Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 54:155-166.
Hunter WSanborn, III GWHunter.  1935.  Studies on Clinostomum. II. The miracidium of C. marginatum (Rud.). Journal of Parasitology. 21:186-189.
Hedrick LR.  1935.  Taxonomy of the nematode genus Spiroxys (Family Spiruridae). Journal of Parasitology. 21:397-409.
Smith AH.  1935.  Unusual agarics from Michigan. II. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:171-183.
1936
Culbertson JT.  1936.  The cercaricidal action of normal serums. Journal of Parasitology. 22:111-125.
La Rue CD.  1936.  The effect of auxin on the abscission of petioles. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 22:254-259.
Donahue RL.  1936.  A forest soil study of the University of Michigan Biological Tract. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 21:269-278.