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FOOD Alio AGRICULTURE OEGAÎTIZATIOÎT OF Т1-Ш UNITED NATIONS 
Viale dclle Terme di Caracalla^ nome¡, Italy 



iMaTineBiotogicalUûoraîoryj 

опт 2 :\ 1959 
WOODS HOLE, MASS. 





CURRENT BILLIOGPulPIIY FOR AQUATIC SCIENCES AND FISHERIES 



prepared by 
Biology Branch;, Fisheries Division 






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к] 



СНдгг. Bihliof:r . aquat . Sei . FÍGh_^ ^ 2(6) 



Rome, June 1959 



Containings taxonomic index 2(5), ¿'eographic index 2(5), references and 
author index to^ 59-4501 - 59-5б7б 



Z2-U2J7 



FA::/59/a /6,^:9 



Errata 



Please correct author с 



584556 


Shmal 'gauzen^ I.I. 


4557 


PavlovGkii_ E.N. 


4558 


1! 


4559 


tt 


4560 


It 


4561 


II 


4562 


Grigoriev, A.A. 


4563 


П 


4627 


Pavlovskii^ E.ÏÏ. 


4628 


П 


4629 


ohmal 'ganzen, I.I. 


4630 


11 


4631 


Pavlovskii, E.ÎJ. 


(Alphabetic index vol. 


59-1009 


Shmal 'gauzen¡; I.I. 


1011 


It 


1012 


Sukachev^ V.ll, 


1013 


Shmal 'gauzen^ I.I. 


1014 


M 


1015 


II 


1016 


GrigoreV;, A.L. 


1017 


Shrna 1 ' gauz en ,_, I.I. 


1018 


Oparin,, A.I. 


1019 


Pavlovskii, E.IT. 


1020 


11 



1090 Shmal'gauaen, I.I. 

1091 ohaposhnikov^ V.N. 

1092 Grigorev^ A.A. 



1093 


II 


1094 


Shmal' ganzen^ I.I. 


1095 


ShaposhnikoV;, V.N. 


4236 


Shuleikin._, V, V. 


4237 


Pavlovskii^ Both 


4233 


n 


4239 


II 


4240 


PJhmal 'gauzen¡, I.I, 


4241 


Pavlovskii.^ E. ÎJ, 


4242 


Shmal 'ganzen ^ I.I. 


4243 


<< 


4244 


îi 


4245 


Pavlovskii^ E.N. 


4246 


II 


4247 


II 


4248 


It 


4249 


Slimal 'ganzen;, I.I. 


4250 


II 


4251 


Pavlovskii^ E.N. 


4252 


Shmal 'ganzen,, I.I, 


4253 


M 


4254 


Pavlovskii, E.N. 



to 

M 

II 

ti 
11 
11 

M 

II 
II 
II 
и 
II 
и 



Detlof, T. A. 

Pavlov, Pel, 

Beld.er^ V. E. 

Geïnrikh, A.K.. 

Mannilova_, E.F. 

Zhirmnnski . A. V 

Klumov^ S.K, 
(I 

Kineleva^ M.I, 
Kr a iu s Ыс i na .^ L . G , 
Koloss, E.I. 
Kndinova-Pasternak 
Chukhchin^ V.iO. 
to Ъе corrected accordingly) • 



"; M.I. Kiseleva 



N.N. Puott 
c: G.L. Pokrovskaia 



In. I. Sorokin 



A.N. Meshkov 



Neifakh^ A.A. 

Peliaeva, V.N. 

Бе1опе, L.N. 

Strelkovskii ^ V.I. 

Babagian, N.V. 

Gunkoj A.F, 

Geinrikh,, A.K, 

Lnferov^ V.P. 

ICriss_, A.E. , A. 3. Tikhonenlto 

СГ. V.I, Biriuzova 
Indanov^ I.G, 
Monakov^ A.V, 
Lehkcva._, N.P, 
Soke lova, G. A, 
Geinrikh^ A.K. 
Semina, G.I. 
Zelilonan, E.A. 
Sorokin, In. I, 
Aleev, lu.G. 
Kiknadze, I.I. 
Pavlovskaia^ P.ÎÏ. 
Piudakov, N.P. 
Detlaf, T.A. 
Sadov^ I.A. 
Monakov^ A.V. 
Poddnhnaia, T.L. 
Niki t in ^, V^N. 
Petipa, T, S. 
Mannilova, E.F. 
Nadezhin, VJi. 
Aleev, In.G. 
Bekman, M.In, 
Konstantinov, A. S. 
Rzhepishevskii, I.K. 
Konstantinov_, A.ÍJ. 
Mileikovskii^ G.A. 
Khlehovich,, V.V. 



'-/39/о/вОАЭ 



Please correct date 



584556 to 504564 
584627 " 5O463I 
59-4236 to 59-4254 



1957 
1957 
I95Ö 



to 



I95Ö 
I95Ö 
1959 



585710 


unif effort 


should 


гег 


59-1094 


Euplausians 


!l 


II 


59-3362 


planlvtonic 


II 


M 


59-3301 


Branchiura 


П 


II 


59-3470 


M 


II 


II 


59-3480 


app. 


M 


M 


59-3491 


1 , 05c 


и 


II 


59-3509 


MictopteruG 


к 


M 


59-3513 


these 


II 


II 


59-3515 


Tubolaria 


II 


II 


59-3520 


Eucreto 


II 


П 


59-3669 


frields 


II 


и 


59-3679 


Polychaete 


II 


II 


59-З6О0 


District 


II 


II 


59-3760 


Plyif/oad 


и 


lî 


59-3772 


an^le 


II 


M 


59-3735 


siphomophore 


M 


и 


59-3806 


occidentalis 


II 


II 


59-3832 


Y/eek 


II 


11 


59-3989 


F 


II 


M 


59-3990 


F 


II 


II 


59-4017 


Coranx 


и 


11 


59-4017 


Megalopsis 


II 


II 


59-4017 


Gyno gl us sus 


II 


II 


59-4024 


voßn.e 


II 


il 


59-4102 


Argyrostomus 


. i 


П 


59-4112 


sea of Japan 


II 


II 


59-41 1 6 


Para ti Gilt liy s 


H 


li 


59-4116 


Lamnidá 


II 


il 


59-4116 


Raj ida 


II 


П 


59-4140 


frond 


II 


M 


59-4173 


Fleistophora 


II 


!1 


59-4271 


r grima Id. i 


и 


II 


59-4297 


Bureau od 


M 


II 


59-4301 


curing 


II 


II 


59-4305 


Sardina 


II 


II 


59-4307 


Seoplithalraus 


II 


il 


59-4307 


Meranguius 






59-4377 


liles 


If 


11 


59-4382 


Car ciña s 


II 


M 


59-4386 


Cyclopes 


M 


M 


59-4400 


Basmine s 


я 


II 


59-4425 


electric stock 


îl 


11 


59-4426 


mass 


II 


II 


59-4445 


" Platosidae 


II 


и 


59-4453 


stucy 


II 


II 



unit effort 

Euphausians 

planJvton feeding 

B_ran.chiura 

MF 

spp. 

1''^50 

u-î i cr 02D_t e ru s 

those 

Tuhularia 

Eu or et e 

friends 

polychaeta 

district 

ply\70od 

angling 

siphonophore 

occidentalis 

Y/eed 

MF 

MF 

Caranx 

Megalaspis 

Cyno_¿;l_o_G^ su.s 

vague 

Argyrosomus 

Sea of Japan 

Paral i_ch t hy s 

Lam n i da e 

Pía j ida e 



111 6Zlii2aiái 
Bureau of 

during 

S ard_in _ojjs 

S со р ht ha 1 mu s 

Merlangus 

in ex 

_'|ar cinus 

Cyclops 

Ъо SÛT ine s 

electric shock 

man 

Plotosidae 

study 



59-4369 '"■'- 59-4470 insert F 

59-1704 delete "Annotation to folloY;". Cancel n^omhers 59-26' 



59-2943 



i^A /59/0/6049 



Addenda 



Deacon^ G.E.IÎ, (1958) 59-1927 
ImX)act о f_ Sci ence on Societ; ^ .^ 9 - 7 9 " 9 2 
The use of oceanography 



Л review of the application of 
üoeanography in various fields Л; notes 
on future investigations needed for 
technical improvements in these fields 
(fisheries J, extracting of chemicals 
from sea water;, power from the sea¡, 
navigation^ coastal engineering, ?/-aste 
dis])osal '" effect of oceans on climate 



SJIi':tl 



M 



G. (1957) 
., 4^71-91 



59-2237 



'.jchellenherger 
Acta hyd ro_phjys_. 
'Temperaturregistrierungen im Eis des 
Müggelsees hei Berlin im V/inter 1955"" 
56 (Recording of temperature in 
ice of the lake Müggelsee Ъу Berlin 
during the winter 1955~5б) 

Description of the seasonal '"•'•. diurnal 
variations of temperc4ture of the ice 
■-": vi^ater helov/ it &-. computations on 
the grov/th of ice. 



GLK;tl 



F 



-759Д3 



Schmitz, Н.Р. (1957) 59-2131 j 
Acta hydro phys. , 4^93-105 

Zur Ermittlung der Geschv/indigkeit , 
suspendierter Sinlcstoffteilchen aus ¿ег; 

des V/assers (Determination of tae ¡ 
speed of suspended particles from the 

speed of the v/ater) j 

Theoretical discussion on settling j 
speed of suspended matter in the v/atcr. ; 



GLK';tl 



p 



(1957) 580840 
(27)330 p. 



Sindermann ;, C.J. 

Res. Bull . , _ lía in e , 

Diseases of fishes of the western 

North Atlantic - V, Гага oit es as 

indicators of herring movements 

Studies on I chthy o spor idiujii , Kudoa _ 
cestodes^ nematodes^ '" Bra chy p ha 1 1 u s , 
trematode, in mature (^ 0- -" I-groui) 
herring suggest lack of intermixing of 
some herring populations in the g-ulf o: 
Maine '". the gulf of St. Lav/re nee. 



1 1 cna I 



Martin, U.R. <".: '580735 

G.J /7. Sullivan (1957) I 

Cir c. Atl ant. hid . Sta« stat ist_._Ser^, ( 8 ) ■, : 
10 p." ' ""' " ! 

1954 landings of Atlantic groundfish | 

in Canada (excluding liewf oundland ) | 

1954 landings of iitlantic groundfish j 
in Canada, excluding Newfoundland^ are 
reported Ъу spp. , Ъ-у area of capturo, 
month, gear,, r.-. fi;,;hing effort. 3 tables 
f- 5 figures. 



z i cna f 



M 



)/6049 



îlill, l'LB. (?•: 5C5GOI 

J.S. ".-еЪЪ (1953) 
_Fh.il. Trans. , 2413^1 9-33 
'..iic ecology of La^os Lagoon - II. 
The topography and physical features 
of Lagos ЬагЪоиг and Lagos lagoon 

The topography of La go g harhour ^ the 
system of lagoons P- creeks associated 
v.dth it, is descrihedt Measurements 
:f salinity in the harbour, in the 
lagoon north of Lagos ^ '" in a creek 
Gcnnecting them¡, are analysed. 



;v/pa 



MF 



'.еЪЪ, J.E. (195O) 5G5O04 

Phil. ^ Trans. , 241 Be 393-41 9 

The ecology of Lagos Lagoon - V. 

Some physical properties of lagoon 

deposits 

An investigation of the porosity ic 
composition of the different sand 
fractions in the lagoons near Lagos 
v/ao carried out ^ to discover the v/ays 
in vriiich differences in composition of 
natural sand deposits may limit the 
distrihution of hurroY/ing animals. 



Hirsch^ A. (1957) 59-2549 

Puhl .Fish .Lah.II. Z.Mar.Dep. . ( З6 ) 
Biological aspects ol" v/ater pollution 
and \mter supply problems 

Note presented to 6th annual meeting 
of society, reviewing this subject, 
(issued ass ?r о c_. N . Z . ecol. ooc_._ ^ 1 9 5 7 > 
(5) -6-^7). 



e sjh 



F 



!wpa 



MF 



Ageitos de 5u0741 

Castellanos^ Z.J. (l957) 
E'.,.enos Aires., 12 p. 
Los Hit il ido s art entino s (The 
Mytilids of Argentina) 

A synthesis of the raytilids 
represented Ъу 7 genera r 11 spp. , 
synonymy^ morphological characters "; 
distribution of the spp. are given. 



Lhr 



M 



FA ■/59/5/6049 



C4mningham, Б.Т. (1957) 59-2550 
Fubl . Fish. L;_ab._IT._2.,Mar . Dej)^^ ( 37 ) 
Coastal dune lakes 



Ecological study of v/estern lakes of 

Nv Is., Ilev/ Zealand^ v/ith 

reference to fish - angling intercut - 

benthos '" plankton, Rainbov/ ^ brown 

trout stocking; prédation by 

Г ha 1 a с r o_c о r a x . (issued as с Froc.rí>_Z.^ 

ecol. Soc , 1957(5)^22-3). 



sjh 



MF 



Guarez Caabro , J. A. (195Ö) 59-1912 
Maria nao, Cuba , 9 P« 
Estado actual do la pesca del 
camiaroii en Cuba (The present 
situation of the G*uban shrimp fishery) 



A reviev; of fishing methods 
production с research of Cuban 
Pena e ids. 



ground; 



PiBshr 



M 



Martirij ÏÏ.R. &. 580736 

G.J/-, uullivan (1957) 
Circ.Mlant . Ъ1о1. Gta, ntatist . '^jer . _, ( 9 ) 
'i9i35 landings of Atlantic groundfisli 
in r-anada (excluding:: ÎTewfoundland) 

1955 landings of Atlantic gToundfisli 
in Canada, excliiding Newfoundland, 
arc reported by spp. ¡^ by area of 
capture^ montli;^ gear -". fishing effort. 
3 tables à 5 figures. 



sicnaf 



M 



Smith, I.'.;. (1957) 5C4024 

Salm. T rout Mag. , ( 1 5 ) - 1 4 0-9 
The occurrence of dcimaged sea trout 
on the east coast of Scotland 

Brief note to place information on 
record \áth suggestions as to the 
oaurje of the v/ounds. 



PiBcefa 



F 



Silva, A. 13. (1957) 5COG39 

Puh l . Gab . Es tud . Pe s ca , ( 35 ) г 7 p . 

A pesca do bacalhau - Campana de 1955* 

1956 ' (The cod fishery - 1955-1956 

season) 

Gives a complete picture of the 
Portuguese cod fishery in the Ш! 
Atlantic in 1955. with comparison on 
the one hand with previous years ô, 
on the other,, vàth that of other 
nations. The tables incl. data on 
effort., landings ■■" catch per unit 
effort. Certain chapters describe 
the background for the fishery^ the 
organization of the fishj.ng industry 



Kanazav/a^ R.H. (1958) 



"^r о с . и о s „ na t , I-îus.t.> 



580839 

(Card 2) 
- the marketing of the landed cod;- 
other chapters deal with ICITAF r. v^ith 
the Portuguese work carried out 
Y/ithin the frame of ICPfAF, Special 
chapters deal v/ith the development of 
the cod-fishing brought up to date ." 
vvith plans for future development. 



sicnaf 



M 



59-1640 
10ог219-б7 
A revision of the eels of the genus 
Conger v/ith descriptions of four nev; 
species 

Redefines the genus ^; describes 
14 spp. Y/ith 2 sub-spp. The 
L ep t ОС ejph a lus larvae referred to the 
genus v/ere excluded from the study. 



bIR?hr 



M 



Webb, J.E. (195Ö) 585800 

Phil . Trans . ^ 241 В : 307-1 8 
The ecology of Lagos Lagoon - I. 
The lagoons of the Guinea coast 

The distribution of lagoons of the 
Guinea coast of V/est Africa is 
discussed in relation to various 
factors» 



П'.та 



MF 



« 



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Porv/ard References 



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59-4501 



59- 



-5676 



59-5166 
59-4774 
59-5171 
59-5165 
59-51 7Ö 
59-5191 
59-5164 
59-5172 

59-4347 



to 



59-5165 

502527 

59-5170 

584514 
50I501 

59-1 027 
59-5163 
59-1414 
503144 



PA';/59/8/6ü49 



1,00 FISHES, GEN 



\ 


ззсо 


3467 


3471 


1,17 


(continuQd) 


35S5 


3556 


3557 


3560 ■ 






3581 


3582 


3584 


3745 . 




ACIPENSERIDAE 


3763 


3770 


3857 


4007 ' 




Huso 


4079 


4160 


4180 


4183 ^ 






4257 


4259 


4270 


4379 ' 


1,18 


Apogon 


4387 


4 95 


4497 









If 01 Franchi о stoma 

1,02 Lampetra 

PETROMZONIFORMES 

1 , 03 MTXINIFORME J 
Pol istotreina 

1,04 HETER ODON TIF ORMES 

1 , 05 HEXAi^CHIFORMEJ 



1 . 07 Lamna 
LAI/IHIDAE 
LAimOIDEI 
ORECTOLOBIDAE 
SelachQ 

1.08 Carcharhinus 
Cynias 
Hypoprion 
Scoliodon 
SCYLIORHINIDAE 
Scyliorhinus 
Scy Ilium 

1 , 09 SOUALI FORMES 

1.10 Basyatis 
MOBULIDAE 
MYLIOBATIBAE 
Raja 
RAJIDAE 
RAJIFORMES 
TRYGONIDAE 

1.11 Narcine 
TORPEDIN I FORMES 
Torpedo 

1 , 12 CHIMAERIDAE 

1.14 Protcpterus 

1.15 COELA СШШЮ1Ш1 
1,17 Aci/^8^^^^-^.< yol 









3423 

4196 



3809 



3924 
3395 



3802 
4116 



3690 



1779 



3660 

3736 ^ 
4410 

4410 ' 
3786 ^ 

4361 I 

i 

4361 ; 



3717 
4116 
4361 \ 
4361 i 

3671 ; 

i 

3468 ! 
4297 \ 
3468 i 
3468 I 
4361 i 
3924 \ 
4307 j 

4361 ; 

I 
1 

3829 \ 
4361 i 
4361 ' 

4307 ,; 

4361 ; 

3395] 
4361 ! 

3806 ' 

3395'. 

3806 \ 
! 

4361 ; 



4466 \ 

4302\ 
I 
i 

! 

i 
Ь 



1,19 Le Di 30 st eu s 



1,20 CLUP EI FORME 



l,2i 



jpp 



4300 4409 \ 
3779 \ 

3811 . 
i 

4031 \ 
4463 



,21 


Alosa 

Jincho viel la 
Bi'^QVoort ia 






3694 
4004 
3496 




Clupea harengus 


3525 


3623 


to 




3645 


3695 


to 


3699 




3701 


3711 


3739 


3888 




3889 


3897 


3925 


3946 




4050 


4169 


4171 


4173 




4174 


4185 








Clupea pallasii 






4394 




Cl up ea sprat tus 


3362 


3525 


3646 




Cl up ea sp . 






3496 




Dassuirderia 






4017 




Engraul i з encra 


si Chol 


us 


3362 




Engraul i s japon i ca 


3663 


4111 




4137 


4138 








Engraul i s r ingens 


3497 


3981 




Hi 1 sa 






3996 




Me galop s 






3665 




Sardina 3525 


3594 


4442 


4478 




Sardinella 


3466 


3905 


4017 




Sardinops caer и. 


lea 


3895 


4044 



4192 
Sardinops r.ielanosticta 3440 

3442 4330 
Sardinops ocellata 3460 3983 

4229 4305 
Sardinops sp, 3496 



Coregonus 3943 4051 
Cri st i vomer 
Leucichthys 
Oncorhynchus , gen, 

4264 
Oncorhynchus heta 
Oncorhynchus Kisutch 
Oi^ccrhynchus nerha 
Oncorhynchus tsc/iawyt 

4212 4375 

4438 
Oncorhynchus sp» 
Osmerus 
Salmo clarhii 
Sal mo gairdnerii 

4100 4114 

4437 4438 



1 



4195 


4460 \ 


1797 


4195 > 




3943 ' 


3936 


4101 \ 




4113 \ 


3750 


4413 \ 


4080 


4434 \ 


scha 


4211 • 


4413 


4436 \ 


3953 


4191 1 


3942 


4198 \ 


3757 


4374 \ 


3509 


3884 \ 


4374 


4435 i 


4439 


4481 ! 



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2(5):Т1 



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1,23 (continued) 



Salmo salar 


3590 


3737 


3993 


3995 


4309 






Salmo trutta 


3743 


3777 


417 Ö 


43S4 


4439 


4446 


4481 


Salmo sp. 






3747- 


SÂLMONIDAE 3506 


3507 


3742 


3753' 


3759 


3760 


4176 


4323 


4418 








Salvelinus font i 


nal i G 




3746 


Salvelinus sp. 






3748 


1,24 Esox 




3658 


4378 


Umbra 






3429 



3367 3369 



1,2? Notopterus 

1,38 Tyttocharax 
Xenurobrycon 

1.40 Abramis 
Alburnus 
Brachydani o 
Campo stoma 
Carassius 
Cat la 
Chondro stoma 

Cirrhinus 3483 3999 

Cl inostomus 

Cobiti 3 

Ctenopliaryngodon 3481 

Cyprinella 

CYPRINIDAE 3367 

Cyprinus 3394 3510 3912 

4165 4233 4301 

4392 
Hypophthalmichthys 
Labe о 3999 

Leuci sous 3368 

Mi здитиз 
Moni ana 

Notropis 4023 

Rut i lu s 
Tinca 3743 

1.41 Ameiurus 3808 
ARIIDAE 

Bagru s 

Ciarías 4018 

Eutropi ichthys 

Hat ero pneu st es 3774 

Ictalurus 

Malapterurus 

Mystus 3465 

Panaque 



3522 

4026 
4026 

4258 
4424 
4029 
4027 
4424 
4000 
4424 
4000 
4500 
4470 
3483 
4024 
4006 
3923 
4331 

3483 
4000 
4200 
4299 
4024 
4027 
3743 
4424 

3867 
4445 
4018 
4373 

40:18 
4022 
3752 
3803 
4018 
4028 



1,41 (continued) 

PLOTOSIDAE 

Pseudeutropius 

ni ta 

Saur i da 

,r.YNODONTinAE 

¡'/allaac 



4017 4102 



1 , 43 Anph i pl eura 

Anguilla anguilla 
Anguilla Japónica 
Anguilla sp. 
Conger 

Leptocephalus 
Шгаепезох 

1,47 BEL ON I DAE 

EXOCOETIDAE 
HEMIRHAJJIPHIDAE 



3569 
4112 



1 ,48 Bro síiie 

Gadus callar i as 
3599 
3612 
3715 
4159 
4497 
Gadus luscus 
Gadus merlangus 
3601 
4307 
Melano grammu s 
to 
4167 
Merluccius merlu 
Pollachius 3525 
3715 



3514 
3600 
3705 
3716 
4173 



3525 
3622 

3525 
3619 
4173 
ccius 
3599 



3525 
3602 

to 
3718 



3525 
3571 
4167 

3599 
3948 
4183 



1,57 Gambusia 
Ory;zias 
Xiphophorus 



1,66 Eleut'neronema 
Polynemus 

1 , 69 PmCIFORMES 

1,70 Amphi prion 



44451 

4018\ 

4018\ 

4115^- 

44451 

4018\ 
1 

337 9\ 
3589 \ 
4337 \ 
4455\ 
3875 \ 
4065\ 
4116 

4445 \ 
4445 \ : 
4445] 



3598 i 
to \ 
3711 i 
4089 \ 
4460 i 



3595 ' 
3599 I 
4173 i 

3613 ■ 
3969 
4202 ■ 



3620 3621 



4115 



1.49 Branchiostegus 

1.50 Cracterosteus 3662 3904 4010 



3456 4417 
3464 
4371 



1,65 Menidia 3794 3856 3864 3866 

Áfugil 3483 3755 4017 



4473 
4017 4473 

3766 

4035 



EAifo 



2(5) :T2 



/n 



FAO/59/8/604 



1,70 f continued J 



1,75 (continued) 



ArgyrosoTnus 


4102 


4115 


4464 


Astro Scopus 






3806 


BRAUILAE 






4268 


CARMGIDAE 






4268 


Caranx 






4017 


Chrysophrys 






4115 


CORYPHAEUDAE 






4268 


Cynoscion 






4194 


Dike 11 orhynchu s 






4020 


Euynni s 




4102 


4115 


Girella 






4320 


Labro ides 






3473 


Lagodon 






4085 


Lo/teolabrax 






3454 


Lates 






3910 


Lepomis 






4030 


Lut Janus 






3945 


Ma la cant hu s 






4020 


Megalaspis 






4017 


Micropterus 






3509 


Nemipterus 




4102 


4115 


Perca fluviatilis 




4378 


Prolatilus 






3494 


Pseudosciaena 




4102 


4115 


Roc cus 




3989 


3990 


Serióla 


4127 


4128 


4320 


Stizostedion 






4440 


Taius 


3486 


4102 


4115 


Tilapia 


3508 


3952 


4373 


Trachurus 3362 




3461 


3895 


3983 


4099 


4229 




Eaedrias 






4320 



1,71 

1 .72 Avwio dytes 
Fi era s fer 
Lepophidium 

1.73 Pcgonymus 

1.74 Trichiurus 



3432 3525 



1 , 75 CYBIIDAE 
Tst i Q-^.nax 

Мака ira 3478 

Pneumatophorus diego 
Pneumatophorus japonicu 
Rastrelliger 
Sarda 

Scomber sp, 
Scomberomorus cavalla 
SüOTíiberomorus guttatus 
Scomberomorus maculatus 
Scomberomorus regalis 



4125 



3570 
3906 
3479 ' 



3766 

4102 4116 



3648 
3478, 
4126\ 
437 0\ 
4328\ 
3997\ 
3362\ 
3843 
3475 
3998 
3475 
3475 



SCOMBRIDAE 
Xiphias 

1,76 AN/iBAIíTIDAE 
KURTIDAE 
Parastromateus 
P seno p si s 

1 , 77 C/iasmi cht hys 
С OBI I DAE 
Gobi onel lus 
Haz eus 

ÎÎRAEMSRIIDAE 
PERIOPHTHALMIDAE 
Quisquilius 
ТАШЮВТВАЕ 

1,78 LepidMtrigla 
Myojcocephal и s 
Platycephalus 
Sebastes 3513 
3970 



1 , 79 Chel idoni cht hys 



1,80 



1,8. 



1,89 





3525 


3647 , 




4005 


4139 ! 

3452 , 
4268 \ 
4271 ' 
4116 , 

4281 
4294 
4021 
3766 
4294 
4294 "■ 
3766 \ 
4294 ; 

4116 
4271 . 




4102 


4116 : 


3525 


3540 


3541 


4097 


4320 


4333 ■ 



4115 



Germo 


4188 


4282 


4288 


Katsuwonus 


3939 


3951 


4209 ■ 


Neothunnus 3939 


4124 


4125 


4126 ; 


4336 








Parathunnus 




4125 


4126 . 


THUNNIFORHES 


3525 


3648 


3772 \ 


3947 


3955 


3966 


3975] 


3977 


3978 


3979 


4001 ! 


4208 


4210 


4214 


4380 i 


Thunnus thynnus 






3934 i 

i 


Are! i scus 






4116 \ 


Cynoglossus 




3469 


4017 : 


Gl yp tocephalus 






4183 \ 


Hippo gl SSO i de s 






4183 ' 


Li -'¿anda li manda 


3525 


3566 


3567 i 


3568 


3586 






Pcrralichthys 






4116: 


Pleuronectes flesus 


3525 


3587 t 


Pleuronectes platessa 


3525 


35391 


3561 


to 


3565 


4498' 


Scopht halmus 






4307] 


Solea 




3571 


4017 \ 


Bali st es 






417 4 \ 


Rudarius 






4315. 


St ephanol epis 






4315\ 


Tríacanthus 






4017- 



5^A:-/'59/8/6049 



EAif^ 



2(5):T3 



: 1 ,93 Opsanus 



3783 



^853 



'',10 (continued) 



' 1,95 Antennarius 
, Lophius 



4ого 

3843 3877 



1,99 



\00 



S,OS 

S,05 

S,08 
S,09 
S,10 



FISHES, MISC. 3377 

3401 340S 

3446 3463 

3505 3511 

3519 3525 

357S 3573 

3588 3664 

37 OS 3703 

3708 3712 

37S9 373S 

39 IS 3914 

3938 3944 

4014 4015 

4068 4069 

4190 4199 

4SS0 4SS7 

4268 4287 

4321 4359 

4402 4403 

4452 4462 

4482 4496 

CRUSTACEANS , GEN о 

3467 3471 

to 3559 

3583 3763 

4060 4079 

4270 4379 

4395 4406 



Artemia 
Streptocephalus 

Bosmina 
Daphnia 

Cypridina 

С OP EPODA 

Amphiascus 

ARGULIDAE 

Calanus 

CALIGIDAE 

Cardiodectes 

CHONDPACAI\ITHIDAE 

Congericola 

DICHELESTIIDAE 

ERGASILIDAE 

Heterolaophonte 

Laophonte 



3436 
3487 
3512 
3542 
3574 
3666 
3704 
3713 
3880 
3916 
3948 
4044 
4086 
4200 
4263 
4288 
4391 
4426 
4472 



3380 
3525 
3581 
3778 
4183 
4385 
4497 



3383 
3445 
3504 
3513 
3543 
3585 
3700 
3707 
3722 
3897 
3927 
3984 
4049 
4088 
4215 
4266 
4310 
4393 
4430 
4480 



3400 
3556 
3582 

4040 
4259 
4387 



4234 ; 
3659 \ 

4400 I 

4479 Î 

i 

3726 3811 3317 ! 

'Í 

3448 4329 \ 

3992 I 
4477 ; 
4079 \ 
4477 I 
4316 I 
4477 : 
3875 ' 
4477 
4477 
3992 
3992 



2,13 



2,28 



2,29 



LE4NAEIDÁE 


4477 


LERNAEOPODIDAE 


4477 


LernGOcera 


3482 


Lir.vao calanus 


4271 


Myt ill cola 


3525 3656 


Ni 1 era 


3992 


Parat/ialestris 


3992 


Rhincalanus 


3499 


SPIf/RIIDAE 


4477 


Vanbenedenia 


4471 



2,12 С I. mi PEDIA 



Lepas 
Mit ella 
THORACICA 



2,16 Sacculina 

2,20 lirSIDAE 
My si s 
Paramysis 

2.22 TMAIDACEA 

2.23 С y at hur a 



2,24 



3740 

4428 
4428 
4184 

4156 

4177 
3735 
3430 

4295 

3830 4232 



Ido tea 




4384 


4484 ■ 


Lirnnoria 






3361 ■ 


Me sidotea 




3411 


4271 


Aß/IPHIPODA 






3419 ■ 


Gamrnaracant hu s 






4271 ' 


Pal la sea 






4271 


Pontoporeia 




3735 


4271 


ALPHEIDAE 






3901 ■ 


Alpheus 




3520 


3524 


Anchistus 






3520 


Orangen 


3525 


3650 


3923 ■ 


Leander 




3520 


3923 


NATMTIA 3518 


3714 


3965 


3972 ■ 


4044 


4218 


4222 


4296 ; 


Palaemonetes 


3840 


3841 


3842 ' 


Penaeus 




3521 


4429 . 


PENAEIDAE 




3770 


4194 ] 


Astacoides 






3509 ■ 


Astacus 






4431 ' 


Calcinus 






3403 ' 


Callinectes 






3941 


Cambar el lus 






4291 : 


Cancer 




3938 


4181 , 


Carcinus 


4158 


4382 


4383 


Chlorodiella 






3520 



FAu/59/ö/6t49 



EA:fo 



2(5):T4 



2 29 (continued) 



3 } 09 (c-^nt inued) 



2,99 



3,00 



3,07 



2,09 



Cycloxanthops 






4414 






Tritonalia 






4339 


Eriocheir 








4055; 






Uro salpinx 






3667 : 


Euer et e 








3520 














Gecarcinus 








3784 


3 


,10 


Fi rolo i da 






3500 . 


Geniopsis 








3784- 






Litt orina 






4377' 


Hoinarus 


3800 
4265 


3807 


3946 


426 1\ 






Pt ero trachea 
Strombus 






3500. 
4038 : 


Hydrotelph 


usa 






3509 












< 


Ja su s 






3988 


4296 


3 


,11 


Api у si a 3404 


3422 


3474 


3765 


Libinia 








3858\ 






LIMAPOMTIIDAE 






3447 


Maja 








4382\ 














Menippe 








3520. 


3 


,13 


Limnaea 






4444 


PALINURIDAE 






4217: 














Palinurua 








4471 


3 


,15 


PELECYPODA 


3756 


3940 


4182 


Panul i rus 








3523- 














Pilumnus 








2520 


3 


,16 


Crassostrea' 


3488 


3791 


3894 '■ 


Pinnotheres 






3520; 






3935 


4175 


4377 




Pisa 








4382, 






Grjphaea 




3525 


3597' 


PORCELLANIDAE 






4476' 

1 






My t i lus 3397 


3525 


3654 


3655 


Telphusa 








3509] 






3656 


4360 


4377 




Tetralia 








4441\ 






Os úrea 3397 


3525 


3596 


3651 


Uca 


3789 
3871 


3832 


3869 


387 ö\ 






3652 

4012 


3653 
4175 


3949 
4204 


3950 . 
4205 I 


Upogebia 








4471:. 

f 






4207 
PECTINID/iE 




3917 


4172 


CRUSTACEANS, MISCo 


3378 


3393 






Pinctada 3908 


3911 


3968 


4002 




3401 


3402 


3436 


3439. 






4269 


4322 


4325 






3446 


3487 


3501 


3525\ 






Placopecten 






4377 \ 




3649 


3700 


3702 


3703 






Pteria 




3906 


4117 \ 




3704 


3712 


3713 


372¿ 
















3927 


3944 


4015 


4049. 


о 

^ > 


17 


Car di um 






3437 ■■ 




4068 


4069 


4086 


4088 

1 






Mactra 






3815 , 




4215 


4221 


4227 


4255\ 






Meretrix 






4329 '• 




4263 


4266 


4268 


428& 






Mya 




4066 


4377 . 




4402 


4403 


4427 


4480 






Spisula 3797 


3799 


3349 


3859 '. 




4482 


4496 




1 






3878 
Tapes 


4377 




4329 


MOLLUSCS, 


GEl'J. 


3380 


3400 


3469 






Teredo 






3738 




3471 


3525 


3556 


to ; 






Venus 




4292 


4377 




3559 


3581 


3582 


3583 
















3763 


3778 


4060 


40791 


3, 


19 


CEPHALOPODA 






3480 




4183 


4259 


4270 


4279 
















4385 


4387 


4395 


4406 


3, 


21 


Abralia 






3480 




4497 






1 






DIBRMJChTA 
111 ex 


3440 


3804 


3820 
4377 . 


Na s sari us 








3814 






Lo ligo 3516 


4156 


4306 


4451 


Trochus 








3410 






Octopus 
Seienot eut hi s 




3382 


4156 . 
3480 


Busycon 








4038 






Sep i a 






4307 ' 


Conus 








3900^ 














Fas ci ola 








4444 


о 
^ } 


99 


MOLLUSCS, MISC. 




3393 


3402 ' 


Ilyanassa 






3826 


3833 




• 


3436 


3439 


3446 


3487 ' 


Rapana 








4339 






3489 


3501 


3525 


3649 ' 


Thais 








4339 






3703 


3704 


3712 


3713 



FAC/59/ü/LAj49 



EA:fo 



2(5):T5 



3,99 MOLluJCO , MIJC. (cùntiiiucd) 

37 S S 39 S7 4015 
4086 4SI 5 4S61 
42? г 4S88 440 S 
4480 4482 4496 



4,00 MAMMALS, GM, 

4,06 Callorhinu3 

Hydrurga 

Lobodon 

Мъгоипда 

Ommatophoca 

Phoca 

PINNIPEDIÁ 

Zalopkus 



4,16 
4,21 



Ondatra 
CETÁCEA 



3907 3909 
3933 3964 



3435 



3959 
4213 



3930 
4389 



4069 
4268 
4403 



3380 



3958 : 
3928 _ 
3928\ 
3928 i 
3928' 
4271 : 
4390 ■ 
4271 



3370 
to ' 



4.22 Del phi nu s 
In i a 

Mesoplodon 
Neomens 
Physeter 

4.23 Balaenoptera physalus 

4453 

4,97 Ii/IÁIáMALS, AQUATIC 

5,00 AMPHIBIANS, GM с 

5,05 Amby stoma 

De srao gnat hu з 

Proteus 

Triturus 

5, 07 SALI ENTA 

5,12 Rana 

5.29 AJ/lPHIBIANS, MISC. 

5.30 REPTILES, GEI^J, 

5.31 Caretta 
Chelonia 
Chrysemys 
CI emmys 
Eretmochelys 
Lepidochelys 



3490: 
388Г' 
4326, 
34901 
3733^ 

3490 4433^ 



3380 



3692 



4359, 

4421 

4039\ 
4036\ 
36931 
4036' 

3892] 

41551 



4359 4458^ 

338 o\ 

3477 
3477. 
4019\ 
4032\ 
3477\ 
3477\ 



o ,35 Jlyd г o pit I s 

5.49 REPTILES, MI SC, 

5.50 BIRDS, GE4, 
5,62 SULIDAE 
5,64 Olor 

5,93 POGONOPHORA 

5.96 Ar.Tiroucium 
AJCIDIACEA 
BotrylTas 
Clona 

Mol gula 
Perophora 

5.97 Cyclo sal pa 
Do lio lina 
Dol iopsoides 

5.98 CHCRDATA, GEN . 
6,00 PROTOZOA 

6 ,03 Tet rahymena 

6.06 Eimer i a 
My xo lo bu s 

6.07 Nosema 
Plistophora 

6,11 Blephari sma 
Pararnaecium 

6.15 SPONGIID/±E 

6.16 С 0EL3JTERATA 

6.17 Cladoneirva 
Cordylophora 
Craspedacusta 
Hydra 3412 
Octophialucium 
Physalia 3785 
'Tabularía 

6.18 Cyanea 

6.19 Amphella 
Anthelia 
MJTHOZOA 



3491 



4359 4458 



3380 : 

3681 \ 

4489 ; 

4475 \ 

3861 ' 

3687 : 

3810 ; 

4011 '■ 
3810 

3810 ■ 

3472 ' 

3472 ; 

3472 ; 

3380 ■ 

3928 I 

3846 : 

4173 ^ 

4173 , 



3691 
3810 

3686 

3610 



4173 
4173 



3407 



3515 

3816 
3515 



4034 ] 
3405 I 
4034 I 

3385 ' 

4043 \ 
i 

3431 \ 

3790 i 

4419 I 

3851 i 

4471 ; 

3876 \ 

3873 i 

j 

3684 j 

4471 ' 
4471 , 

4412 '■' 



FAO/59/Ö/6Ü49 



FA:fo 



2(5):T6 



6,19 (continued) 





CORÁLIIDAE 




Lophel ia 




Stoichactis 


' 6, SI 


léiemiopsi s 


■ 6,24 


Cura 


. 6,26 


Gyrodactylus 


6,27 


DIGENA 




Gyrrmophnllus 




Opisthorchis 




Parvatrema 




Schistosoma 


6,30 


Dibothriocephi 


6,33 


Ascaris 




MERMITHIDAE 




Procamallanus 


6,37 


ROTATORIA 


6,40 


BRYOZOA 


6,42 


Me. Tnbrani pora 


6,44 


Phoronis 


6,45 


CH/.ETOGNÁTHA 




Euhrohnia 




Krohnitta 




Pterosagitta 




Sag it ta 


6,48 


POLYCHAETA 


6,49 


Nereis 




Palo la 




Platynereis 



6,50 



3470 



6,51 
6,52 



Chaetopterus 

asteroides 

Heteromastus 

Hydro i des 3795 383 1 

Sab el la 

Scyphoproctus 

Branchiura 

Phasco lo sorna 
Urechis 



3461 
3734 

3845 

3845 



3836 
3515 



382i 



'^jT-xOic , 

4471'. 
4035 

3812 

4033 '■ 

4159 

4456' 
3788 
4256 
3788 

4152\ 

3893^' 
3898' 

3373 : 

3774 
3928 

4415^ 

) 
3689': 

3891^ 

i 

3495] 
346b 

346l\ 
346Ï\ 
3498\ 

3792'. 

4474 
3902 
4474 I 

3860'' 
387 4\ 
3780 ■ 
3878 
3921 ■ 
3767 \ 

3381 \ 

3868'' 
3782 i 



6,66 INSECTA 350^^ 3505 3664 

6,79 CORIXIDAE 

6,87 Aedes 

6 , 89 ECHIN ODERMATA 



6,91 Asterias 
Ast er i na 
ASTR40IDEA 
Pi saster 



6,92 
6,93 



3664 


4483 




4153 




4042 




3501 \ 


3831 


3855 , 




4372 


3878 


4205 : 




4372 : 



Air.phiura 4471 

Ar bac i a 3796 3813 3818 3319 ' 

3823 3837 3838 3839 , 

3844 3848 3850 3852 \ 

3862 3863 3879 4422 * 

i 

Echinarachnius 3801 \ 

ECHINOIDEA 3424 \ 

Paracentrotus 3922 ; 

Sbrongyloceiitrotus 4471 | 

6,94 Holothuria 3898 \ 

6.97 INVERTEBRATES, AQUATIC 3400 ' 

3467 3471 3501 3525 ' 

3556 to 3559 3581 \ 

3582 3583 3763 3778 \ 

3822 4060 4079 4183 | 

4255 4259 4385 4387 \ 

4395 4406 4427 , 

6.98 INVERTEBRATES, GEN. 3685 4040 • 

t 

6.99 INVERTEBRATES, MISC. 3372 3393 \ 

3439 3682 \ 

7.00 AiLGAE, GEN. 3400 3418 3467 \ 

3471 3525 3556 3557 

3593 4063 4073 4074 ^ 

4079 4183 4292 4311 

4313 4329 4337 4387 
4395 4396 

7.01 CHLOROPHYCEAE 4-344 

7,08 Ulva 3492 

7,11 Acrosiphonia 4161 

Spongomorpha 4161 

7,17 Codium 4046 

Vaucheria 3825 



6,56 Limulus 



3798 3821 



ElàO/59/3/6049 



EA:fo 



2( 5):T7 



7,41 


BACILLARIOPHYCEAE 


3390 


3787 


4298 ' 


7 ,63 


Exuvi ella 






407 2\ 

i 


7,66 


Gonyaulax 






4037 .' 


7 ,67 


Gerat ium 
Peridinium 






4075' 
407 1\ 


7 ,70 


Euglena 






( 

4329 


7 ,71 


PHAEOPHYCEAE 






4314 


7,77 


Laminaria 
Undaria 


3492 


3882 


4076 
4335 


7 ,80 


Fucus 
Sargas sum 
ТигЪ inaria 




3827 


4293 : 

3492 ; 

3492 : 


7 ,81 


RHODOPHICEAE 




3502 


4314 


7,82 


Porphyra 


3492 


4140 


4317 : 


7 ,87 


Hypnea 






3492 


7,89 


Gulsonia 






3764 


7,91 


MYXOPHYCEAE 






3670 


7,95 


Nostoc 






3492 


7 ,99 


ALGAE, MISC. 


3364 


3384 


3391 




339S 


3396 


3502 


4070 


8,00 


FUNGI , GEN. 






4406 


8,01 


Вас il lu s 






4162 



BACTERIA 3408 3688 

4427 
Mi ero со ecus 
Pseudomonas 
Vibrio 

8 , 37 3/iPR OLEGIN AL ES 

8 , 93 Chi oromyxum 

8,99 FUNGI, Mise, 

9,18 Equi setum 

9,44 Eichhornia 

9,97 HIGHER PLAIÍTS , AQUATIC 

3392 4432 



4058 4411 



i 16 5 



'476 



3364 



'xj.6<: 
4449 \ 
3749\ 

3444\ 

4173] 

3667 \ 

4293 \ 

4388 I 

3391] 

i 



9,99 HIGHER PLMTS, AŒSC. 



1388 



FAO/59/0/6O49 



EA:fo 



2(5):T8 



100 



113 

1 1 -I 

121 
122 



123 

125 
128 
131 
133 
141 
142 
142 
143 
144 
144 
144 

144 

1A4 

145 
145 
147 
154 



156 
200 
210 

212 

213 
216 
216 
217 
217 
220 
222 
230 

230 

231 

231 
231 
232 



AFRICA 

Morocco 

Sp. Possessions in N. 

Libya 

UAJR, Southorn Region 

Sudan 

Ethiopia 

Somalia 

Kenya 

Tanga,nyika 

Fr.W. Africa 

Capo Verde Is. 

Port, Guinea 

Liberia 

Gajnbia 

Sierra Leone 

Ghana 

Br. Togo land 

Fr. Togo land 

Nigeria 

Br. Cameroons 

Belg. Congo 

Union of S. Africa 
3895 3920 
4229 4305 

Madagascar 



3927 



NORTH AMERICA 

Canada З891 

4179 41^3 
4218 4219 
4310 4377 

British Columbia 

4434 
Saskachewan 
Newfoundland 
Labrador 

Nev/ Brunswick 4012 
Nova Scotia 
USA (Alaska ) 4189 
Aleutian Is. 
USA 3723 З891 

4230 4432 
USA, District of 

Columbia 42II 
Washington State 

4297 4372 
Oregon 4212 
Idaho 
California 3474 

3765 3768 

3938 3939 



3595 4496 

Africa 

4214 
4226 
(Egypt) 

4388 
4388 
4388 
3982 
4455 
4373 
4214 
4272 
4214 
4214 
4214 
4214 
4214 
4214 
4214 
4214 
4214 
4014 
3747 
3984 



3461 
3983 
4313 



3970 
4186 
4261 
4432 
4185 



4262 

4013 
4012 
4295 
4077 
3956 
4458 
3750 



4297 

3662 
3786 
4093 



3509 



4086 
4196 
4263 
4458 
4394 

З89З 
4309 
3537 
4265 

4177 
4367 
4078 
3972 

4193 



3719 4065 



4372 
4374 
З678 
3937 
4190 



232 



232 
233 
234 
235 
235 
236 

236 
237 

237 
237 
237 
238 

238 
238 
238 
240 
250 

300 

311 
313 
314 
316 

317 

321 
321 

322 
331 
332 

341 
342 
343 
351 
353 
356 

400 

411 

413 
416 

417 
421 
423 



California (cont'd) 
4213 4297 
4414 4435 

Utah 

Wyoming 

'Wisconsin 

Texas 

Louisiana 

USA, New England 

3934 3946 

Massachusetts 3401 

USA, Middle Atlantic 



4191 

4372 

to 



3721 

4200 

3830 

State; 

3721 

3949 
4066 



New York 3787 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania 

USA, S. Atlantic States 

3721 
N. Carolina 
S. Carolina 

Florida 3477 4194 4359 
Bermudas 3825 

Greenland 3535 3599 



4023 



LATIN AIvlERICA 

Mexico 

El Salvador 

Costa Rica 

Nicaragua 

Honduras 

Br.W. Indies 

Bahamas 

Cuba 

Colombia 

Venezuela 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Chile 3494 to 

Brazil 

Argentina 

Paraguay 

ASIA 



UAR, Northern Region (Syri 



4393 
4021 



3981 
3502 

3881 



Israel 

Iraq 
Iran 

Pakistan 
India 



3463 
3520 
3996 
4005 
4015 



3980 
3468 
3524 

to 
4007 
4402 



3774 
4444 
3493 
3905 
4002 
4008 
4403 



4192 

4375 
4438 

3757 
4439 
4440 

4417 
4429 
3722 

3075 

3722 
4201 
4304 
4500 

3722 
3896 
3954 
4393 
4092 
3602 



4417 
4486 
4220 
4044 
4044 
4412 
4393 
3972 
4044 
4044 
4028 
4026 
3971 
4363 
3920 
3914 



a) 
3912 
3977 
3976 
4222 
4445 
3519 
3906 

4004 
4009 

4473 



u — 



PÛ' 



/59AV6049 



EAsfo 



2(5)îG1 



^■"31 


Burma 








3680 


541 


Portugal 






Í 
4442 1 


434 


Indonesiei 


3916' 


3919 


3975 


542 


Spain 




3449 


4452 


4j5 


Nev/ Guinea 






4364 


543 


Italy 3396 


3397 


3408 


39 78 


438 


Vietnam 








3403 




4069 


4423 


4479 


J 


441 


Chinese ; 


People 


' s Rep 


ublic 
4223 


4361 


555 
556 


Romania ЗЗ65 
Turkey 


to 


3370 


4090 i 
4425 ! 


442 


Hong Kon; 




3482 


to 


3492 


561 


Germany 3584 


3590 


4068 


44^1 ; 






3769 








561 


Federal Republ 


ic of 


Germany j 


451 


Japan 


3418 


3419 


3431 


3663 




3432 


3543 


3573 


3577 : 






3964 


3979 


4046 


4111 




3604 


3606 


3608 


3615 Í 






4115 


4137 


4138 


4223 




3616 


3619 


to 


3622 ! 






4224 


4276 


to 


4280 




3635 


3637 


3995 








4287 


4316 


4319 


to 


572 


Poland 


3580 


3611 


3646 ! 






4322 


4326 


4332 


4337 


' 573 


Czechoslovakia 






4446 : 






4339 








574 

■ 


Hungary 






4385 : 


^'■53 


Formosa 




4462 


4463 


4464 


: 600 


OCEANIA 






i 


500 


EURO PS 






4271 


4470 


i 

i 610 


Australia 


3518 


3907 


3908 ; 


311 


Denmark 


3562 


3570 


3576 


3585 




3909 


3911 


3920 


3965 1 






to 


3588 


3600 


3601 


1 


3966 


3988 


4217 


4267 i 






3776 


4174 


4221 






4268 


4269 


4289 


4296 ! 


512 


Faroe Is 


, 


3599 


3617 


3628 


612 


Western Australia 




3968 i 


513 


Iceland 


3532 


3539 


3540 


З604 


i 615 


New S. Wales 






3770 






3606 


3613 


3614 


3620 


; 617 


Tasmania 






3967 ' 






3625 


3626 


3627 


3717 


j 620 


New Guinea Tru 


st Territory 




514 


Norway 


3609 


3610 


3615 


3621 


1 
1 






3910 


4364 






3624 


3699 


3702 


to 


! 621 


N.S. Nev/ Guinea 




4364 






3706 


3714 


3715 


3959 


i 630 


Now Zealand 




3679 


3763 






3964 


4050 


4073 


4074 


: 650 


Line Is. 






4208 






4174 


4227 


4396 


4471 


i 660 


USA (Hawai an I 


s.) 


3662 


3766 


515 


Svarlbard 


• 


3707 


4497 


' 


3900 


3901 


4209 




515 


Bear I. 






3712 


3713 


^ 673 


Caroline Is. 




4125 


Ч126 


515 


Jan Meyo 


n 






3710 


674 


Marshall Is, 




4125 


4126 


516 


Sweden 


3555 
4378 


3574 


3579 


4228 


682 
684 


Nev/ Caledonia 
Fiji Is. 






4454 
3973 


517 


Finland 


4050 


4055 


4397 


4398 
















4399 








700 


USSR 3727 


3740 


3926 


3959 


521 


Netherlands 


3402 


3639 


3650 


• 


3964 


3985 










3652 


3653 


3655 


3656 
















3930 


3931 


3964 


4492 


710 


Russian FSSR 


3392 


3612 


3732 


522 


Belgium 






3640 


3641 




3735 


3742 


4255 


4258 


524 


Fra,ncö 


3430 


3596 


3597 


3772 


751 


Ul^rainian S SR 






3372 






3889 


3974 


4232 


4383 


772 


Uzhek SSR 






ЗА56 


532 


ШС 






3557 


4174 












533 


England 


3374 


3561 


3571 


3603 


' 800 


SlijCIAL INTERCONTINl' 


¡NTAL 








З607 


3636 


3651 


3654 


i 


REGIONAL GROUPINGS 










3964 


4159 


4369 


4432 


1 

i 














4467 








817 


Tropics 






3361 


i 533 


Wales 








3453 


820 


Antarctic Cent 


inent 




3932 


i 534 


Scotland 


3538 


3541 


3542 


3546 


1 










i 




3549 


3556 


3572 


3617 


! A 


ATLAIÍTIC OCEAN 


3512 


4283 


4389 






3618 


3632 


3633 


4166 


i 














4I67 


4170 


4172 




Д 


Atlantic, N. 


3433 


3527 


3528 


535 


Northern 


Ireland 


3991 


to 


Sí 


3532 


3533 


3534 


3536 


1 
1^ 




3994 








i 
i 


3538 


3540 


to 


3543 












Ш 


.. f 




2(5)ôG2 





P.s/39/V^OA9 



■^ Atlantic, N « (cont'd) 

3613 3614 3630 
3888 3920 3947 
3969 4171 4202 

AÎÎVY Atlantic 5 N.W. 4085 4183 

4308 
АШ,02 Davis Strait 
Ail>7<,04 G. of St. Lav/rence 3925 

A'!.;, 06 Chesapeake Б. 3941 3950 

4206 4489 

AITE Atlantic, N.E. 3437 3544 

3548 3549 3553 

/¿■ТЕ. 01 White Sea 3439 3734 

ANE0O2 Barents Sea 3529 3708 

3737 

AIjE,04 North Sea 3512 3547 

3551 3552 3560 

3618 3619 3622 

to 3642 3671 

to 3700 3711 

4498 

AITE. 05 Baltic Sea 3378 3514 

3575 to 3590 

3612 3643 to 

3899 4C87 4089 
ANE. 07 G. of Finland 
AITE, 09 Irish Sea 

AITE. 10 Norwegian Sea 3530 3531 
AS Atlantic, S . 

ASW Atlantic Э S.Wo 34^0 4O85 

4390 
ASW. 01 G. of Mexico 3944 
ASW. 02 Caribbean Sea 

AGE Atlantic, S,E. 3591 to 

4231 
ASE. 02 Mediterranean Sea 3738 

4384 4465 
ASE. 03 Mediterranean Sea, V/estern 

4381 
ASE. 04 Thyrrenian Sea 
A0E.O5 Mediterranean Sea, Eastern 

4062 4381 4480 

ASE.'iO Black Sea 3362 3448 

4058 4407 
Ai.-E.11 Sea of Azov 



4231 i 



4480 : 
4478 i 

4059 ' 
4482 
3738 I 

3362 i 



3598 


IN;. 02 


Sua of Okhotsk 


3388 


3390 , 


3729 ' 


IN. 03 


Bering Sea 4077 


4078 


4079 : 


3948 


IS 


Tropical Indopacific 


3720 


3773 ^ 


4495 ■ 




3960 4188 


4225 






ISW 


Indian Ocean ЗЗ85 


4124 


42З3 


4260 




4288 4294 


4336 


4408 




ISW.06 


B. of T^engal 


3980 


40c 3 , 


3537 


I SEW 


Indopacific, Central 


4210 


42^:^8 1 


4295 




4499 






4204 


ISEW.04 


E. China Sea 




4102 




ISSW0O5 


Yellow Sea 




4102 ; 


3545 


ISEW.I4 


Arafura Sea 




4364 


3554 


I SE 


Pacific, S.E. 


3951 


3952 


3737 










3709 


P 


POLAR SEAS 




• 


3550 


IN 


Arctic Ocean 


4411 


4468 


3566 


PS 


Southern Ocean 


3733 


4405 ; 


3631 


PSE.01 


Groat Australian Big] 


tit 


4266 ; 


3697 










4168 


L 


INLAITD SEAS /JTD INTERTEEÛITORIAL. 






LAKE SYSTEIviS 






3555 










3611 


L.21 


American Great Lakes 


3774 


3942 '■ 


3646 




3943 3957 
to 4200 


4195 


4197 . 


4088 


L.72 


Caspian Sea 


3391 


3731 


3546 


L.75 


L. Baikal 




3728 : 


3629 










3933 










4366 










4270 










3479 










3594 











I 



INDOPACIFIC OCEAN 
4283 



3470 3472 : 



IN 



IN. 01 



Pacific, N. 3398 3399 3400 I 

3958 4080 4101 4139 . 

4157 4188 4224 4282 '■ 

4288 4298 '! 

Japan Sea 3442 4045 4079 i 

4113 4127 4128 ! 



:^59Л: 



/6ü49 



EA?fo 



2(5)'G3 



H 



Canada. Dominion Bureau 59-4!301 

of Statistics (I95Ö) 
Ottawa, 34 P» 

Fisheries statistics of Canada (Canada 
summary) 1956. En Fr 

Yearly production -• quantities •" values 
by spp.j region^ type of craft c: cear ¡ 
type of product,; inventory ¿1; operations 
of equipment; employment , procesL¡inc> 
trade J bounties paid. 

FAO^sjh I.ÎF 


Dorris, Т.е. (I95Ö) 59-4504! 
Amer. Midi. Nat., 59(1)02-110 i 
Limnology of the middle Mississippi 
river and adjacent v/aters. Lakes on 
the leeved floodplain 

F 


Canada. Dominion Bureau of 59-4502 

Statistics (1959) 
Ottawa J 20 p. 

Fisheries statistics of Canada (british 
Columhia) 1957« En Fr 

Yearly landings - quantities ¿: values - 
Ъу spp. J region^ type of craft c,. gear; 
inventory cc operations of equipment^ 
employiTient Э processingj trade ^ bounties 
paid« 

FAO.sjh MF 


Sleptsovj M.M. (1957) 59-4505 
Transi. Ser. Fish. Ees. Ed Can,, (149)^-6 
îiew information concerning the 
reproduction of far-eastern 
pinnipeds 

M 


Denzer, II. ¥. (1957) 59-4503 
Landesanstalt für Fischerei des Landes 

Nordrhein-V/estfaleng 16 p. 
Merkblatt für die Elektrofischerei in 
Binnengev/ässern (Instruction manual 
for electro-fishing in inland waters) 

Operating instructions c: suggestions 
to fishermen for use of the apparatus. 

GLKsefa F 


Chapsky, K.K. (l95ö) 59-4506 
Transi. Ser. Fish. Ees. Bd Can., (l74)'1-26 
Contribution to the problem of the 
history of development of the Caspian 
and Baikal seals 

M 



РАО/59/Й/604' 



(б)=1 



Plyger, V.P. (195S) 5S-4507 
J.V/ilál.Mgmt , 22 с 442-3 
Tooth impressions as an aid in tlie 
determination of age in deer 



Kawamoto, N.Y. (195Ö) 59-45 10| 

Rep «Fac. Fish. Univ. Mio-Tsu , 3 ( 1 ) П 04-2 1 1 
Fresh water fish culture from the i 
physiological point of view - I. j 



^ 



F 



Eass, T.S. (1957) 59-4508 

Transi. Ser. Fish. Res. Bd Can. ; (143).1-14 
New fishing areas and neu species for 
the fishing industry in far-ea.stcrn 
seas 



Cole. G.A. (1957) 



59-4511 



Trans. Ky Aca d. Sei. , 1 ( 4 ) :: 88-1 1 
Studies on a Kentucky knobs lake - III^ 
Some qualitative aspects of the net 
plankton 



M 



P 



Pikharev, G.A. (1957) 59-4509 
Transi. Ser. Fish. Res. Ed Can. , (l50).'1-3 
The food of the seal Phoca hispida 



lí 



<< 



Berryj P. H. (I95Ö) 59-4512 

J.Fla Acad. Sei. 5 21 (2) 1 90-1 
Adáitic.s to the fishes of Cedar Кеу; 
Florida and a list of Gulf of Mexico 
Carangidae 



M 



PAO/59/3/6049 



2(6).:2 



^ 



Van Alten^ P.J. Í? 59-4513 

R.A. Fennell (1957) 
Anat.Rec. , 127(4)^677-96 
Histogenesis and histochemistry oí* the 
digestive tract of chick emhryos 



01 iva J 0. (195Ö) 



59-451 б! 
Acta Univ. Car olin ae, Bio l. , 5 ( 1 ) • 3 3 ~ 4ö 
iîekteré zkusenosti se znacením a 
znackováním гуЪ (Some results 
v.ith fish marking). En Eu С s 



MP 



Das, S. M. Sc 59-4514 

D.B. Saxena (195G) 
Pr о с nat . Acad . Sei . India , 2oB(11 ) cl08-15 
Stages of transition in the affei"ent 
branchial arteries from fish to 
amphibian stage; a case of parallel 
evolution 



F 



Gelineoj S. (1957) 59-4517 

C.H.Soc.Biol., Paris g 15l(6)::1239 
Activité spontanée des poissons de mer 
et consommation d'oxygène à la 
température d'adaptation de 12'^5C 
(Spontaneous activity in sea fishes 
and_ oxygen consumption at the 
temperature of 12'^5C) 



Oliva, 0. (195Ö) 59-4515 

Mém.Soc.zool.tchécosl. , 22 (2). 111 -2 
(On the sea lamprey ( Petromycon 
m.arinus L. ) from the river -^'Ibe near 
of Decin). Cs 



MP 



Easier, A.D. à 59-451 ô 

17. J. Wishy (1958) 
Wis. Con^erv. Bull . , 23(3);;1-5 
Perch and lake research on Mendota 



P 



ГАО/59/О/6049 



2(6):3 



Mitani, P. (I95Ö) 



59-4519 



Jap.J.Ecol. , 8(l)c7-11 
Studies on the maturity and cpavming 
of the yellow tailj Serióla quincjue - 
radiata T. & S. <, found in the Japanese 
waters and their adjacent regions - I. 
Bilateral asymmetry of gonad and 
maturity grade 



Anonymous (195^^) 

Pep« soi. industr»r.e search ; 

Notes on water pollution 



59-4522 

no. 2; 1-4 



li 



MP 



Anonymous (1958) 59-4520 

Ont .Бер. Lands Forests g Fish ù 'Jild_l. 

Div. ; mimeO g 7 P« 
Lake trout statistics for Canadian 
v/aters of Lake Superior and Georgian 
Bay 



Hart, J.L. (I95G) 



59-4523 



Ottawa 



P 



.9 35 p. 

Fisheries Research Board of Canada 
Biological StatioHj St. Andrews 5, ÎT.B. 
1 908-1 95S - Fifty years of research 
in aquatic hiology 

History of the lahoratory^ hrief 
account of the research conducted 
there. 



(I 



GLIC^sjh 



MP 



59-4521 
(Zoo lo ) , 



YamamotOj K. (1957) 

Jo Fa c. Sei .Hokkaido Univ. 

""13(1 -4.) о 344-51 
Studies on the formation of fish eggs - 
XI. The formation of a continuous m.ass 
of ¿»"olk and the chf^raical nature of 
lipids contained in it in the oocyte 
of the flounder, Liopsetta obscura 



M 



Pf it z er, D.',7, (1950) 



59-4524 



Heservoir Comniittee, Southern Div. , 

Am.Fis h.Soc . , 1-23 
Reservoir and tailv/ater hihliography 
with special reference to the South- 
eastern united States 



P 



PAC/59/- 



/6049 



:(6):4 



Renn, CS. (1957) 



59-4525 



V/ooster, W. 3. à 



РиЪ1» nat. Ac a d. Sei, j Y/asliingto n D ^C ^ , 

(551)^26-7' 
Physical and chemical propertieG of 
v/astes produced by atomic pov/er 
industry 

Contents as per title. 



FiBntl 



Folsom^ T.R. êz 59-4526 

J. H. Karley (1957) 
Pu"bl « Jia_t_._Aca_cl . Sei. ^ V/ashington 5 D . С . ^ 

~Г551Т28*-33^'" 

Comparison of some natural ra-diations 

received by selected organisms 

Quantitative consideration of natural 
radiation receiA'-ed Ъу organisms from 
cosmic тауз^ external sources •- ro..::s, 
waters etc. - d. internal sources -- e.( 
potassium in tones-^ comparison of 
natural doses in several domains. 



FiBctl 



59- 



'y)¿ 



7 



Craig, 11. (1957) 

Publ . n at .Acad.Sci. g Washington ; D . Ü, ., 

(551): 34-42 
Disposal of radioactive wastes in the 
ocean J the fission product spectrum in 
the sea as a function of time and 
mixing characteristics 

Attempt to construct a detailed 
quantitative picture of the fission 
product spectrum in the ocean in steady 
state vvrith a given fission rate v.'ith 
special consideration of the 
distribution of fission products 
between the deep sea & the mixed layer. 
FiBstl И 



59-4528 



В. H. Ketchurn (1957) 
Puhl.nat.Aca d . Sc i. , \7ashington, B.C. , 

Ч551}^43-5Т 
Transport and dispersal of radioactive 
elements in the sea 

Siommary description of the surface & 
deep-sea circulations, exchange 
between the surface intermediate ô- 
deep waters à exchange between the 
coastal ¿0 offshore waters. 



FiBrtl 



M 



:etchum, B.H. (1957) 



59-4529 



Publ .nat.Acad. S c i.^ ïïashin^'ton, В. С » , 

(5?l):52-9 
The effects of the ecological system 
on the transport of elements in the 
sea 

Summary on distribution of the 
biomasses of marine populations, 
biological annual cycles ¿: 
migrations of populations. Emphasis 
on the cycles of nutrient elements 
in the sea. 



FiBôtl 



M 



Carritt, D.ii;. à 59-4530 

J. H. Harley (1957) 
Publ.nat .Acad . Se i. , Washington >, B.C. . 

(551)^60-11" 
Precipitation of fission product 
elements on the ocean bottom by 
physical, chemical and biological 
processes 

Biscussion of sedimentation & geo- 
chemical processes in sea water à in 
sediments, со the extent to which these 
processes affect the removal of 
activity to the bottom. 



FiBotl 



M 



АО/59/0/6049 



2(б)с5 



Krumholzj, L.A.J Е.Б. Goldberg 59-4531 

& H. Borou¿'hs (1957) 
Publ.nat. Acad. Sei. ; Y/ashingtoii; D . С . ¡, 

(551)^69-79 ~---~^--. .. 

Ecological factors involved in the 
uptake у accTJimulationj and Iocg of 
radionuclides by aquatic or/j-anisna 

SuiTU'nary on physical & chemical 
environmental factors in the sea; 
metabolic processes in organisms Л. the 
influence of environmental & biológica] 
processes on metabolism; aspects of 
accumulation of radionuclides through 
the ecosystem. 
PiB . tl M 



Craig 5, ÏÏ. 



(1957) 



59-4534 
^^■as hington, Б. C. , 



Publ . na t. Acad. S с i . 
' (55 ф 103-20' 
Isotopic tracer techniques for 
measurement of physical processes in 
the sea and the atmosphere 

Distribution of naturally occurring 
radioactive isotopes, contribution of 
radioisotopes to the geosphere by man 
« discussion of the possible use of 
radioisotopes in tracer techniques to 
study of physical processes in the see 
cc atmosphere. 



FiBctl 



M 



/;^Ч? 



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о в. Cl 



Krumholz J L.A. 5c 

R.F. Foster (1957) 
Publ . nat « Acad . Sei . 3 

~135T7^ö-95 

Accumulation and retention of radio- • 
activity from fission products and 
other radiomaterials by fresh-water 
organisms 

General concept of concentration 
factors of elements^ concentro.tions 
of radioactive elements in different 
organisms c:, their variations with 
season, age Í- grov/th. 

FiB;tl F 



Folsom, Т.П. & 59-4535 

A.C. Vine (1957) 
Publ. nat .Аса d. S ei. g Washington^ B.C. , 

(551)И21-02 
On the tagging of water masses for 
the study of physical processes in 
the oceans 

Bescription of the hazards & 
difficulties involved in the 
deliberate tagging of ocean waters by 
radioactive substances & outline for 
several possible investigation 
procedures. 

FiB.tl M 



Donaldson J L.R. & 59-4533 

R.F. Poster (1957) 
Publ.nat . Acad. Sei .; T^ashine^ton; B.C. <, 



(551)096-102 



Effects of radiation on aquatic 
organisms 

Bescription of somatic c- somatogenic 
effects of ionizing radiation on 
vai'ious aquatic organisms used in the 
experiments. 



Holm-Hansen, 0. ¿. al . (1959)59-4536 
J.exp.Bot. 3 10(28)r109-24 
Effects of mineral salts on short- 
term incorporation of carbon dioxide 
in Chlorella 

The effects of various mineral salts 
have been studied, both singly & in 
combination, on the uptake Л 
distribution of photosynthetically 
incorporated сагЬоп-14 in Chlorella. 



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Bieri, R. (1959) 
L inm о 1 , с_ра по£1%_ > 



4(1).1-2Ü 



59-4337 



The distriЪution of the planlitonic 
Chaetognatha in the Pacific and their 
relationship to the water masßCG 

The geographic extents of 27 -ФР» of 
Chaetognatha in the Pacific havo been 
inferred from analyses of 2j90C) 
plankton samples taken at more than 
900 stations., ¿:. their distribution 
in relation to various v/ater massoi.^ 
is discussed. 



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Crandallj C.A. ^ 59-4540 

C.J. Goodnight (1959) 
Limnol.Oceanogr . ^ 4(1 ) -53-6 
The effect of various factors on the 
toxicity of sodium pentachlorophenate 
to fish 

Determination of medium tolerance 
limit « study of the effects of pH c: 
temr)erature on the toxicity of sodium 
pentachlorophenate on fat head 
minnow J P imcphales promelas . 



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Farris, Б. A. (1959) 59-4530 

Limnol.Oceanogr. ; 4(l):;29-36 
A change in the early growth rates of 
four larval marine fishes 

The growth curves ~ age on length - 
of 4 widely diversified spp. of fish 
larvae <, Sardinops caerulea ^ PI euro 
ni cht hy s vertical is^ Te trago nur us 
cu vi er i 9 & Tr a churus symmet ricuS;^ were 
analysed. The effect of non- 
logarithmic growth on estimates of 
larval survival is discussed. 



HRcdaf 



II 



Comitay G.ÏÏ. 



G.C. Anderson (1959) 



59-4539 



Lund> J.W.G. (1959) 59-4541 

Limnol.Oceanogr. , 4(l) '^57-65 
A simple counting chaшЪer for 
nannoplankton 

Description of the counting chamber, 
its use & accuracy. 



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F 



OuTl, H. с Jr. (1939) 



59-4542 



Limnol.Oceano gr. , 4( 1 ) ; 37-52 
The seasonal development of a 
population of Diaptomus ashlandi Harsh 
and related phytoplankton cycles in 
lake Washington 

Description of physical, chemical 
conditions CO phytoplankton cycle in th^ 
lake, ¿c detailed study of the life 
history & seasonal cycle of the 
copepod Diaptomus ashlandi . 



I-IRstl F HRotl 



Limnol . Océano gr . , 4(l);66-76 
The origin and distribution of 
phosphorus in v/cstern lake Erie 

Study of the supply of phosphorus 
by river Y/aters, its distribution in 
the lake 5 bio- & geo chemical processes 
affecting the phcsphorus cycle & 
amounts of phosphorus removed as fish. 



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2(6)^7 



Bardachy J.E. (1959) 59-4543 

The summer standing crop of f±ch on a 
shallow Bermuda reef 

Estimation of the standing crop of reef 
fishes by visual counts', taxononic 
lists of spp. foundj their approximate 
size ê: quantities. Estimates of the 
productivity of the reef. 



Tyler 5 J. 



(1959: 



59-4546 



Limnol уОсеапо_{^г_._ j 4(1)^1 02-5 
Natural lyater as a monochromator 



Analyses of the errors introduced 
into the measui^ed optical constants 
of natural water Ъу light "leakage" 
outside the stated hand of filters. 
Methods for avoiding this error 
are suggested. 



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Murphy, G.I. (1959) 59-4544 
Limnol. О ceanogr. , 4( 1 ) 86-93 
Effect of water clariti'- on alhc.core 
catches 



Determination of. the relations between 
the catches of alhacore^ G er m о alalunga 
with gill-nets êz troll, &■ the 
coefficient of light in the y/ater. 
Discussion on the turbidity as an 
ecological factor for sight feeders. 



Kuehn,J.H. &D.Lovel2en (1959)59-4547 
Conserv.Bull .IIinn. , 22(l28)'23-3 
A map starts fish management 

A popular account of hoY<f & why 
bathymétrie map)S of Minnesota lakes 
are made using a fathometer. 



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Dieta, R.S. (1959) 

Limno l . Oceano¿;(r ._, 4(1)- 94-1 1 

1100-meter dive in the bathyscaph 

TRIESTE 



4545 



Description of the dive in Llediterranear 
•' observations made during this dive. 



Dobie, J. (1959) 59-454Ö 

Conserv. Bu ll .IIinn_._, 22(128) s 34-6 
The bait business for fishing 

A popiular article on the bait 
"minnow" industry in Minnesota. 



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¥еЪЪ, P.E. (1959) 59-4549 

Cana d . Fi sh Cul t^ , (24) s 3-1 б 
Aerial chemical control of forest 
insects v/ith reference to the Canadian 
situation 

A review of the question which 
discusses methods 5 effects on the pests 
associated insect populations;, the 
forest, fish è wildlife. 



Alderdice, D.F, С 



59-4552 



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Keenleyside^ M.IÎ.A. (1959) 59-4550 
Ganad. Fish Cult. , (24) el 7-22 
Effects of spruce budv/orm control on 
salmon and other fishes in ïïev/ 
Brunswi ck 

Discusses the effect of DDT sprays 
since 1952 on Salmo salar , oalvellnu s 
fontinalis , Anguilla ; L Cyptinids. 



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MF 



11. E. Worthincton (1959) 
Canad.Fish Cult. , (24)241-3 
Toxicity of a DDT forest spray to 
young salmon 

Summarises a series of laboratory 
tests to determine the tolerance of a 
"representative species" of Pacific 
salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch , to a 
DDT formulation. 



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Seabloom, P.. "7. (195Ö) 59-4553 
Spec, sei. Rep. IJ. o . Fish Wildl.Serv. , 

(26ö}05 p. 
Water equality studies in the Wenatchee 
river basin 

Describes methods & results of a 
study made durin^j 1954-5^ of the 
physical & chemical characteristics oí 
water in relation to environment to 
provide a basis for comparison to 
determine the effect of impoundment 
on water quality &: an evaluation of 
the basin in relation to the 
preservation of fish resources. 
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Cr out er 5 P.A. & 59-4551 

E.H. Vernon (1959) 
Canad.Fish Cult. , (24) s23-40 
Effects of black-headed budworm control 
on salmon and trout in British Columbia 

Describes an aerial spraying program 
with DDT, consequent damage to fishy 
Oncorhynchus & Salmo , & fish food 
populations, (5; results of bioacsays to 
determine safe formulations of the 
spray for 0. kisutch under-yearlings. 



Gelineo^ St. (1958) 59-4554 
Inst. Physiol. Faculté Sciences, Univ. 

Belgrade, 10-6 
Activité des poissons de mer et 
concentration d'hémoglobine 
(Activity of sea fishes and hemoglobin 
concentration) 



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2(6):9 



и. s. Department of Agriculture 59-4555 

Agricultural Research Service (1959) 
Agric.Handb. , Wash. , (1 16) „244 P» 
195ö"~59 ~ Workers in subjects 
pertaining to agriculture in land-grant 
colleges and experiment stations 

Incl. names of workers on inland, 
fisheries & related fields 9 hut not 
thus classified. Lists by state j 
department v/ithin college, 8: 
alphabetical order of workers' nanos. 



Friant, M. (1957) 



59-455Ö 



FiB^sjh 



F 



CR. Acad. Sei, y P ariS; 244s 236-8 
Un cerveau do foetus de Rorqual 
( Balaenoptera niu sculus L. ) 
(a brain of a foetal Rorqual y 
Ealaenoptcra mus cuius L. ) 



Account of general anatomic 
features. 



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Germain, L. (1957) 59~455б 

P. Lechevalier, Paris , 549 P» 

La faune des lacs, des étangs et des 

marais de l'Iïurope occidentale 

(The fauna of lakes, ponds and s\mmps 

of Western Europe) 

A reference book containing introductory 
chapters on physical & biological 
limnology, c: breeding & preservation of 
fresh water animals, follov/ed by 
descriptions ¿z notes on the biology of 
aquatic invertebrates, incl. crustaceans 
& molluscs, c':: Vertebrates in general;, 
fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, Ô: 



Iiolinier, R, Л: 59-4559 

J. Picard (1957) 
C.R.Acad. Sei. , Paris , 244^-674-5 
Un nouveau typo de plate-forme 
organogène dans l'étage mésolittoral 
sur les côtes do l'île de Majorque 
(Baléares) (A new type of corgano- 
genic platform in the mesolittoral 
stage on the coast of the island of 
Ma j о г ca , Balearic) 

Boscription of the formative 
communities c: discussion of the 
processes. 

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59-4556 
(Card 2) 
mammals. Reference to algae <?c aquatic 
plants is also made. (2nd revised cd.) 



Priou, Lî.-L. (1957) 



59- 



■4560 



С. a. Acad. Sei. , Paris, 244 s 939-40 
Sur des formations argentophiles 
membrana ir es ches quelques Rhodo- 
phycécs marines (On some 
membranous argontophil formations in 
somo marine Rhodophyceae) 

A technique of silver impregnation 
ohov/s in some of these organisms 
constant argcntophil intercellular 
membranous zones. 



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Saint-Guily, Б. (1957) 59-4561 
С. H. Acad. Sei, , Paris , 244s152C-9 
Les mouvements radiaux de Hamel 
lorsqu'il existe une force de Goriolis 
et la structure de certains courants 
océaniques (Hamel 's radial 
movements in the presence of Corioli's 
force and the structure of certain 
oceanic currents) 

These movements exist in the presence 
of a Corioli force of constant parametenj" 
or function of angular variable., t this 
parameter figures only in the relation 
giving pressure. Study of these 



\7eill~Raynal , A. (1957) 59-4564 
С Pl. Acad. Sei. ; Par is ; 244s 21 00-2 
Origine des memhranes de l'oeuf chez 
Lec:„nder serratus (Pennant) y crustacé 
décapode (^igin of the egg- 
memhranes in Leand er serratus Pennant., 
decapod crustacean) 

Role of the ovary Sz oviduct, 
respectively, in the formation of 
internal Sz external memhranes, & 
rejection of a role in this process 
for the pleopod cement glands. 



FAO;u^ak 



59-4561 
(Card 2) 
movements confirms the existence of 
counter-currents in the oceans j 
particularly in the Gulf Stream. 



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Riviere, A. à 

S. Vernhet (1957) 
CR. Acad. 5 ci. , Paris 



59-4563 



Pavans de Ceccatty, M. (1957) 59-45б5 
C.R.Acad. Sei. , Paris , 244^2103-5 
La nature sécrétoire des lophocytes 
de l'éponge siliceuse Chondro s ia 
reniformis llardo (The secretory 
nature of the lophocytes in the 
siliceous sponge Chondro s ia reniformis 
Nardo) 

Interpretation based on histological 
evidence. 



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Brochu, Li. (1957) 



59-4566 



244.2080-3 



Contribution à l'étude physi со chimique 
de la sédimentation calcaire 
(Contribution to the physico-chemical 
study of calcareous sedimentation) 

The alkaline reserve S; the low pll of 
the low-salinity waters of littoral 
lagoons can be explained in terms of 
the law of mass action, permitting the 
interpretation of some hitherto 
unexplained observations. Siscusbion of 
the océanographie implications. 



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C.R.Ac^:^¿oSci. , Pa ris, 244^2638-9 
Lacs de fonte de culot de glace dans 
les Appalaches (Lakes form.ed by 
the melting of residual ice, in the 
Appalachians ) 

Examination of the deposit at the 
exit '?. margin of these lakes leading 
to conclusion that it was formed by 
deposition of fluvio-glacial diluvium. 



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L.oqii3, M. (1957) 59-4367 

C. RcAcacL.Sci. , Paris, 244 ^2 65 7-60 
Ciliature sornatique et ciliature 
Ъисса1е chez Disematositoma tetraearica 
(Cilié Holotriche) (Somatic and 
buccal ciliary apparatus in Disemato - 
stoma tetraedrica , hol о tri chou g 
ci liât g) 

Histological study of this plankton! с 
freshv/ater form. 



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Roques ^ M. (1957) 
C«R.Ácaü.Sci. s, Paris 



F 



59-456G 
, 24422G49-5I 



Ötomatogenese chez Pi semât о stoma 
tetraedrica (Oilié Holotriche) 
( otomatogenesis in Pi semât os toma 
tetraedrica^ holotrichous ciliate) 

Histological study of this j^lanlitonic 
freshvrater form. 



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P 



Tuzeto 0. 



J. Paris (1957) 



59-4570 I 



C.R.Acad. Sei. 



Paris J 



244^-30GC-90 



Les lophocytes de l'éponge siliceuse 
Tethya lyn curium Lamarck et leur 
évolution (Œ'he lophocytes of the 
siliceous sponge Tethya lyncuritom 
Lamarck and their evolution) 

Interpretation of histological 
evidence. 



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Vantroys, L, (1957) 59-4571 

C.R.Acad. Sei. 9 Pa ris j 2 45 s 3 40 

La détermination des marées au-dessus 

des fonds océaniques (The 

determination of tides ahove oceanic 

bottoms) 

Describes an analogn^e model for 
construction in an hydraulic 
laboratory to use bathymétrie^ tide 
generating forces, c' hydrographie 
data. 



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Tuzet, 0.9 S. Sanchez 59-45б9 

<?:. И. Pavans de Ceccatty (1957) 
С. R .Acad. Sei. , Par is ^ 2962-4 
Données histologiques sur 1 'organisaüoij. 
neuro-endocrine de quelques .mollusques j 
gast'iopodes (Histological data on 
the neuro-endocrine organization of 1 
some gasteropod molluscs) | 

Contents as per title. 



Gayra.1 y P. 



(195 



7) 



59-457: 



Paris« 245^358-60 



C.R.Acad. Sei. g 
Résultats d'une prospection 
algologique à l'île de Mogador 
(Rof:;ults of algological prospecting or 
the island of lîogador) 

Description 01 the zonation "■ note of 
a new record. 



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(6):1 



59- 



•4573 



Pischer-Piettej E. (1957) 
CR. Acad. Sei. , Paris ^ 245 :' 373-5 
Sur les progrès des espèces 
septentrionales dans le Ъ1ов inter- 
cotidal ibériques situation en 195-'~ 
1957 (On the progress of southern 
species in the Iberian intercotidal 
biota: situation in I956-I957) 

Further note on the southward 
extension of northern elements. 



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Rullier, F. (1957) 59-4576 

C.H. Acad. Sei. , Taris , 245-936-3 
Teneur en air et en eau interstitiels 
des sables marins et son influence 
sur les conditions d'habitat 
(Air and interstitial-Y/ater content 
of marine sands С: its influence on 
habitat conditions) 

Contents as per title. 



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Caramj Б. (1957) 59-4574 

C.R.Acad.Sci. , Faris ^ 245 440-3 

Sur la sexualité et le développement 

d'une Phéophycêe:. Cylindre carpus 

b erke ley i (Grev.) Crouan (On the 

sexuality and development of a 

Phaeophycian:; Cylindre carpus berkeleyi 

(Grev.) Crouan) 

Assignment of this sp. to the 
Isogeneratae instead of to the 
Heterogeneratae on the ground that 
development in culture gives a plant 
morphologically resembling that 
produced from copulation of unilocular 
sporocyst zooids. 
PAO i glk 1.1 



Lenely R. (1957) 



59-4575 



C.R.Acad. Sei. , Paris , 245^746-0 
Influence de 1 'ablation des pédoncules 
oculaires sur les pigments caroténoïdes 
de l'hypoderme du crabe Car с i nus пае na 
(influence of ablation of ocular 
peduncles on the carotenoid pigments 
of the crab Carcinus maenas ) 

Contents as per title. 



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Magne, P. (1957) 



59-4577 



C.R.Acad. Sei. , Paris , 245з9оЗ-5 
Sur un biotope marin favorable aux 
Chrysojjhycées benthiques (On a 
marine biotope favorable to benthic 
Chrysophyceae) 

Account of the discovery of this 
biotope in the neighbourhood of 
Roscoff , v/ith notice of certain spp. 
new either to French flora or to 
science. 



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Ginet, R. (1957) 



59-4578 



C.R.Acad. Sei. 



■^o J. . g J 



Paris, 245s 11 73-5 



Capture d'une espèce nouvelle de 
Salentinella (Amphipoda Gammariàae) 
dans une grotte des Pyrénées 
ariégeoises (Capture of a new 
species of Sale ntinella , gammarià 
amphipod, in a grotto of the Pyrenees 
near Ariège) 

Contents as per title. 



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Da о 



(1957) 



59-4579 



C.R.Acad. S ei. , Paris ^ 245^1263-5 
La gamêtogénese chez 1 ' AcetaЪularia 
mediterránea Lamourouxj Dasycladacéo 
( Gametogenesis in AcetaЪularia 
mediterránea Lamouroux^ Dasycladacoae) 

Account of 2 modes of reproduction;, 
asexual multiplication Ъу zoospores, \ 
& reproduction by male í^:. fem.ale sexual' 
gametes of different size. 



Reinbothj R. (1957) 



C.R.Acad. Sei. 



Paris ; '^ 



59-45Ö2 

45 '• 1 662-5 

Sur la sexualité du téléostéen Goris 
Julis (L, ) (On the sexuality of 
teleostean Coris julis L.) 

Examination of the synonymy of C. 
giofredi with this sp, ¡, deriving 
from hermaphroditic dimorphism» 



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Devillers, С , J« Colas 



59-450C 



& A.-M. Cantacuzene (1957) 
C.R.Aca d. Sei. , Paris , 245.146 12 
Gastrulation de l'oeuf de truite (Salmci 



irideus ) en l'absence d'o^i^rgène ou en 
présence d'inhibiteurs du métabolisme 
(Gastrulation of the egg of trout j 
Salmo irideuS; in the absence of 
oxygen or in the presence of inhibitors 
of metabolism) 

Demonstration of a dissociation 
betv/een morphogenetic movements Ô:. 
cellular differentiation. 



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Drémondj J. -С. (1957) 59-45^1 
C.R.Acad. Sei. ; Paris, 245sl6Z|.3~5 
Etude statistique des hauteurs des 
nappes d'eau résultant du choc des 
vagues sur une paroi rocheuse 
(statistical study of the height of 
water layers resulting from the impact 
of v/aves on a rocky wall) 

Experimental establishment of a lav/ 
expressing the frequency distribution 
of these heights. 



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Charniaux-Cotton, II. (1957) 59~45Ö3 
С. R.Acad. Sei. , Paris , 245 si 665-8 
Déterminismie des phénomènes d' inter- 
sexualité chez Or che st ia gammarella . 
Premier résultats (Determinism of 
intersexual phenomena in Or che st ia 
gammarella . First results') 

Experimental demonstration of the 
functional relation of androgenous 
glands of males of this sp. & certain 
features of external morphology. 



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Berthois, L. c": 59-45Ô4 

H. Sully (1957) 
C.R.Acad. Sei. , Paris , 245^1737-9 
Coefficients do viscosité des eaux de 
la Loire en fonction de leur turbidité 
à différentes températures 
(viscosity coefficients of Loire 
waters as a function of their 
turbidity at different temperatures) 

Measurement of this coefficient ¿: 
discussion of the consequences to 
estuarine sedimentation. 



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2(6)!14 



Bernards F. (195T) 



59-45C5 



C.R.Acad. Sei. ^ Paris^ 245.1754-6 
Presence des flagellés marins Cocco - 
lithus et Exuviolla dans le plancton 
de la mer Morte (Presence of the 
marino flagellates Coccolithus and 
Exuviolla in the Dead Sea plankton) 

Note on the occurrence of these 
Mediterranean forms. 



Bernard^ F. (1957) 



59-4588 



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С. R.Acad. Sei. , P aring 245 2 1 968-71 
Plancton observe durant trois plongées 
en bathyscaphe au large de Toulon 
(Planl^ton observed during three 
descents in the bathyscaph off Tpulon) 

Note on the density of plankton at 
various depths à the frequency with 
which Coccolithus is observed. 



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Jónsson^ S. (1957) 59-45G6 

С. R.Acad. Sei. , Paris , 245.-1943-6 
La fragmentation du cytoplasme ches 
le Siphonocladus pusillus (iCütz. ) 
Hauckj Siphonale (Fragmentation of 
the cytoplasm of Siphonocladus 
pusil lus (iCütz. ) Hauckj Siphonale) 

Description of this process v/hich 
relates to growth & vegetative 
reproduction of this alga. 



Brien, 



P. J M. Poll 



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59-4539 

Í: J. Bouillon (1957) 

C.R.Acad. Sei. , P aris, 245s198S-90 
Ethologie de la reproduction d'un 
dipneuste africain Protopterus dolloî 
(Boulanger) Ethology of 
reproduction in the African dipneust 
Protopterus dolloi Boulanger) 

Description of the sites for egg- 
laying & of male c: female behaviour 
with regard to nests. 



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Szabo, T. (1957) 

C.R.Acad. Sei. g Paris 



59-45Ö7 
2. 245^1957-9 



Un noyau particulier dans la formation 
réticulée bulbaire de quatre poissons 
électriques appartenant à la famille 
des Gymnotidae (A particular 
nucleus in the bulbar reticulated 
formation of four electric fish 
belonging to the family Gymnotidae) 

Histological study. 



Vandol, A. (1957) 



59-4590 



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C.R.Acad. Sei. 9 Paris , 245 г 21 60-3 
Sur la constitution et la genèse des 
différents types d'apophyses génitales 
chez les crustacés isopodes 
(On the constitution and genesis of 
different types of genital apophyses 
in isopod Crustacea) 

Comparative study for systematic 
purposes. 



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MF^ 



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2(6)^15 



Steele^ J. H. (1959) 59-^!-591 

Biol. Rev. , 34.- 129-58 

The quantitative ecology of marine 

phytoplankton 



Discussion of mathematical methods 
used in population studies of marine 
phytoplankton J with particular 
reference to the information used to 
set up postulates •" to test 
conclusions. 



C-rubisiCj F. (1 



959) 



Mo r sk . Pii bar s t . 



59-4594 

11:53-4 

zimskog lova skusa 
(The results of a 
winter mackerel fishing). 



Rezultat poku 
na Palagruzi 
trial 



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Gerkingj S.D. (1959) 59-4592 

Biol. Rev. , 34.221-42 

The restricted movement of fish 

populations 

Review of evidence of restricted 
movements bj stream y lake & ocean 
fishes & of certain features of fish 
behaviour relevant to this 
characteristic; seeking to explain 
why individual fish of many spp. tendu 
to stay in a particular area for a 
considerable period of time. 



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Short summary of the experience 
gained by experim.ental fishing in 
January c:, February in the v/aters of 
Palagruza. 



FACtl 



Q59 



Lundy; H. (b. 

Or e . St . Game Bui 1^._ j 

Count inr; our chips 



14(3)s3 



5.^- 



'^-4595 
6-8 



Popular account of the problems of 
anadromous fish in relation to 
water development projects in 
Oregon & v/ith special attention to 
the Colum.bia, River. 



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V.^D;;v/ad 



MF 



Lundbeckj J. (1959) 

Ber. dtsch.KomiPi. Meeresforsch. 



59-4593 

15^:159-237! 

Biologisch- statist i s che Untersuchungen 
über die deutsche Hochseefischerei - IV". 
Die Entwicklung der Hochseefischerei in 
fangte chni scher ; räumlicher und 
biologischer Hinsicht - 4« Leistun^^^s- 
fähigkeit und Fangerträge der deutschen 
Fischdampferflotte I885 bis 1955 
(Biological-statistical investigations 
of the German high-sea fishery ►- IV. 
Development of the high-sea fishery with 
regard to catching-techniques ¡, spacia,ly 
areal со biological aspects - 4- üapacit;> 
& catch yield of the German fish-steemei 
fleet 1885 to 1955). En 
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Lrrassee 1 . — 'j. . 
J. Dragesco 



(1957) 



59-459Ó 



^cij_¿_^ar is J 2 45 :- 2 447 -5 2 
L 'ultrastructure du chromosome des 
Péridiniens et ses conséquences 
génétiques (The ultrastructure of 
the chromosomes of Péridiniens and 
their genetic consequences) 

Note demonstrating that the inter- 
phasic nucleus of Péridiniens permits 
an analysis of cliromosorae infra- 
structure under exceptionally good 
conditions. 



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Masuzawaj J, (1958) 59-4597 

Oceanogr.Mafi'. , 10(l).1-8 
A short-period fluctuation of the 
Kuroshio east of cape Kinlcazan 

Results of multiple ship m.easurementG oi|i 
June-July 1957« Description of short 
term fluctuation of current axis & 
velocity distrihution in the current. 



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Ichiye, T. (195Ö) ■ 59-4600 
Oceanogr.Maft-. , 10( 1 ):, ■19-63 
The response of a stratified, 
hounded ocean to variable v/ind 
stresses 

Analytical theoretical consideration 
of moving wind stress in a hounded 
oceanj an amplitude of the responses 
of the ocean with numerical examples 
for travellin{j; t periodically 
changing wind systems. 



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Kawamoto J T. (1958) 59-4598 

Oceanogr.Mag. , 10(l):9-12 

The construction of parachute drogxie 

Description of a parachute drogTie for 
measurement of deep currents. 



Miyazaki, M. (1958) 59-4601 

Oceanogr.Mag. , 10(l)c65-80 

A method for the harmonic analysis of 

tides 

Description of a simplified method 
for computation of the tidal 
constituents from annual tidal 
records. Auxiliary computation 
tahles are A'iven. 



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Takenouti, Y. ( 1958) 59-4599 
Oceanogr.Mag. , 10(1)ПЗ-7 
Measurements of subsurface current in 
the cold-helt along the northern 
boundary of Kuroshio 

Results of subsurface current 
measurements v/ith parachute drogue & 
discussion of the formation of cold 
water belt along the northern boundary 
of Kuroshio. 



Moriyasu, S. (1958) 



1C(l)r8l-9 



59-46C2 



Oceanogr.Mag. , 
On the fluctuation of the Kuroshio 
south of Honshu (З)» (A short note 
on the computation of the relative 
volume transport) 

Discussion of the influence of the 
depth (?: horizontal distance of the 
section on the computation of 
volume transiDort. 



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2(6)„17 



Hanzawaj M. (I95O) 



59-4603 



Oceanogr.Ma^. , 10(l),91-6 
Studies on the inter-relationship 
between the sea and the atmosphere 
(Part 3) 

Study of the distribution of 
atmospheric pressure over the blorth 
Pacific & its influence on sea 
surface temperatures on eastern c:. 
western shores of the ocean. 



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A^^ers;, J.C. & al. (1958) 
Puhl» Gr. Lakes Pies.Inst. , (З) 
Currents and water masses of 
Michigan 



59-4606 
1-169 
lake 



Ichiyej T. (195З) 59-4604 

Oceanoft'r.HaA'. , 10(l) 97-135 
On convectivo circulation and density 
distribution in a zonally uniform ocean 

Theoretical analyses of the relations 
betv/-een oceanic circulation r';. density 
distribution in a simple model of 
circulation in a meridional section. 



Anonymous (l958) 
Canada; Pep.Fish , ^ 



1-28 



59-4607 



Let 



serve shellfish 



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MP 



OlcubOj A. (1958) 



59-4605 



Oceanoffr.IIaff. , 1 0( 1 ). 1 37-56 
The distribution of dissolved oi:yr;on 
in the north-western part of the iJorth 
Pacific ocean in the aspect of 
physical oceanor-raphy - Part I. General 
features of the ojQ/gen distribution (l)j 

Description of horizontal S:. vertical j 
distribution of oxygen in summer 1955« 



Fraser^ J. H. (1958) 
Proc.Nutr. Soc. ; 1 7 ( 2 ) : 1 27-32 
The food supplies of the fi; 



59-4608 



;h 



."Ois cus s i on of í 

4-" 



productivity in the sea 
plankton ." the food chain the food 
of demersal fish the young stages of 
finh- the yield ■..;f fish 



fertilization 



direct use cf plankton. 



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2(6).,18 



Mansuetiy R. (195Ö) 
ITature Mag. , ^l(7)3o1"4 
Th.e hiekory sliacl unmasked 



59-4609 



Dorrisj Т.е. Í: al. (I95Ô) 59-4610 
Annu « Conf « W « Го trol р-щп _Ref iners As s . , 

Toxicity bioassay 01 oil refinery 
effluents in Oklahoma 



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Беггу, F. H. (I95Ö) 59-4612 

Froc. Coni.Stheast.Ass.Game Comrn. ^ (il) 

3IG-3I 
Age and growth of the gizzard shad^ 
( Sorosoma lacepec li Le sueur )5 in lake 
Ъ evman 5 Fl or i da 



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Atkinson^ ÏÏ.S. (1957) 

Leafl.U. S.Sep. Agr ie? (259)^1-8 

How to build a farm pond 



59-4613 



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Saxenaj Б.В. (1957) 59-4611 

Ann. Session nat. Acad. Sei« India ; 3 . 1 
The comparative studies of the hones 
forming the opercular series in some 
freshv/ater fishes of India 



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Bor Zins J Б. (1957) 59-4614 

^rsskr.Södra Sveri g .FiskForen. ^ 41-53 
Om fiskorvard med rotenon 
(On fisheries management \7ith 
rotenon) 




F 



ЛП/59/3/6049 



2(6):19 



Fauvelj P. êc 59-4615 

F. Rullier (1959) 
Bull . Inst « f ranç .Afr. noire ;, 21r,477-533 
Contribution Ù la faune des Annélidcs 
Folychbtes du Sénégal et de Mauritanie 
(premiere partie) (Contribution 
to the fauna of Annelids Polychaets of 
Senegal and Mauritania - 1st part) 

A systematic catalogue with synonyms 5 
information on occurrence & general 
geographic distribution of the spp. 



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Vaissièrej R. (1959) 59-4616 

Bul l , Inst « fra nc . Af r . n oire ¡, 2 1 ' 5 3 4-5 3 
Parasites de poissons de mer ouest- 
africains récoltés par J. Cadenat - II. 
Copépodes - Copépodos caligides 
(parasites of fishes of West African 
seas collected by J. Cadenat - II. 
Copepod ca.ligids) 

Taxonomic description of spp. of 
Caligidae^ Buryphorinae j Y/ith notes on 
hosts. 



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Davey 5, 

& P. 



J.T. 5, M. Descamps 

Pemange (1>59) 
Bull . Inst . franc . Af r » noire , 21 
Notes on the Acrididae of the 



59-46IG 

565-600 
French 



Sudanj with special references to the 
Central lîiger delta 

A catalogue of spp. v.dth notes on 
occurrence c- ecology. 



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Paget, J. (1959) ' 59-4619 

Bull . Inst . franc . Af г * noire , 2 1 с 6 6 4- G G 
Les poissons du IJiger supérieur 
(Fishes of the upper Niger) 

A catalog-ue of spp. with taxonomic 
descriptions & notes on their 
occurrence & distribution. 



ГАОЛ1Г 



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Mayrat, A. (1959) 59-461? 

Bull. Inst »franc. Afr.no ire 5, 21 .; 55 4-64 
Remarques sur le développement de la 
crevette caramote, Penaeus kerathu rus 
(Гсгс:;°1) (Remarks on the 
development of the shrimp Pena ^us 
kera/fch urus For ska l) 

5 mysis & 7 postmysis phases of 
development between mysis & adult were 
determined by logarithmic coordinates. 
Growth of crustaceans. Causes of 
variation & regulating mechanisms were 
briefly reviewed. 
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Paget J J. (1959) 59-4620 

Bull. Inst. f r ano. Afr . noire , 2 1 с 6 89-9 4 
Description de trois poissons nouveaux 
de la Cambies Barbu es niokoloensis n. 
sp. j Chry s i cht hy s johnolsi n. sp. et 
Amphilius rheophi lus n. sp. 
(^Description of tla-ee new fishes of 
Gambia з Barbus niokoloensis n. sp. ^ 
Chry s ic h thy s johnel si n.sp. and 
Amphilius rheoph ilus n. sp. ) 

Taxonomic description of the spp. 



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Monod, Th. (1959) 

Bull. Inst» franc. Afr. noire j 

Les nageoires ventrales du 



Яо 



59-462 
21,695-70 

.Bal ist G с 
(Ventra*! 

; Gmelin 



f orcipatus Gmelin i'Jô 

fins of Balistes forcipatui 

I7S9) 



A study of morphological details 
follov/ed Ъу an attempt to interpreto 
the replacement of the ventral fins 
the sp. Ъу a spine. 



01 



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11 



Monodj Th. (1959) 59-4622 

Bull . Inst . f rang .Afr . noir e 3' 21:710-34 
Notes sur l'6pine lat6ro-caudalé et le 
queue de 1 ' Acanthurus monroviae 
(Notes on the latero-caudal spine and 
tail of Acant liurus monroviae ) 

A morphological 8-: histological study. 



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Cadenaty J. (l959) 



59-4623 



Bui 1 . Inst . franc . Afr . no ir e , 21^735-42 
Notes d'ichtyologie ouest-africaine -- 
XXI. Le genre Atractophorus Gilchrist 
1922 J stade juvénile de Centrophoru;: ' 
Müller Henle 1837 (Sélacien Squalidae) 
(Y7est African ichthyological notes - 
XXI. The genus Atractophorus Gilchrist 
19225 juvenile stage of Centrophor us 
líüller Henle 1837^ Selachien Squalidae) 

A study of the lateral grooves of the 
spines of the dorsal fin indicates the 
character to Ъе only present in 
young forms. Consequently the genus 



59-4623 
(Card 2) 



Atractophorus is considered a 
juvenile form of certain spp. of 
Centrophorus . 



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Cadenats J. (1959) 59-4625 

Bull . Inst . franc . Af r . noire , 2 1 s 7 43-6 
Notes d'ichtyologie ouest-africaine - 
XXII. Centrophoru s lusitanicus Boca,ge 
Capello 1864 (oélacien Squaiidae)^ 
espèce valahle différente de С. 
granulosus (Т /est African ichthyo- 
logical notes - XXII. Centrophorus 
lusitanicus Bocage and Capello 18б4з 
selachian Squalidae, valid species 
different from Oj^ granulosus ) 

A corapa.rison of the spp. indicating 
their differences ¿: consequently 
their validity. 
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Cadenat^ J. (1959) 59-4б2б 

Bull . Inst . franc . A fr . no ire ^ 2 1 s 748-6 1 
Notes d'ichtyologie ouest-africaine - 
XXIII. Sur la valour relative de la 
morphologie des spicules dans la 
systématique du genre Centrophorus 
(West -African ichthyological notes - 
XXIII. On the relative value of the 
morphology of the spines on the 
systematic of the genus Centrophorus ) 

The morphology of the dermic spines 
of Selachians varies with age 
particularly among the spp. of 
Centrophorus . Based on this findings 



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2(6)з21 



59-4б2б 



(Card 2) 

the author reviov/s the validity 
of different spp. of the genus. 



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Cadenati, J. d- 59-4630 

M. Doutre (1959) 
Bull . Ins t . franc . Af r . noir , 21:787-92 
Notes sur les delphinidês ouest- 
africains - V. Sur un Prodelphinus à 
long Ъес capturé au large des côtes 
du Sénégal Prodelphi nus longirostris 
(Gray) 1828? (ÏÏotes on ?/est 
African delphinids - V, On a lon^ hill 
Prodelphinus captured off Senegal 
Prodelphinus longirostris Gray 1o28?) 

Contains hody ¿- head measurements &• 
proportions J notes on coloration 
&: hiological remarks, 
FAOshr M 



Lamotte 



J.-L. Perret 



59-4б2( 



& S. Dzieduszycka (1959) 
Bull.Inst.franQ.Afr.noire , 21 с 7 62-7 6 
Contrihution à l'étude des Batraciens 
de l'ouest africain - IX. Les formes 
larvaires de Petropedetes palmipes ^ 
Conraua goliath et Acanthixalus 
spinosus (Contrihution to the 
study of Batrachians of West Africa - 
IX. Larval forms of Petropedetes 
palmipes , Conraua goliath and Acanth i- 
xalus spinosus ) 

Description of tadpoles &c. notes on 
development of larval formae of the 
spp. of Cameroon. 
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Berzins, Б. (1957) 



59-4631 



Ärsskr.Södra Sverig.PiskFören. , 19-34 



Studier over näringstillgang och 
näringsbehov hos nykläckt sikyngel 
(studies on the availability of food 
and food requirements of newly 
hatched whitefish larvae) 



Cadenaty J, & 59-4629 

A. Lassarat (1959) 
Bull. Inst, f rang. Afr. noire , 21 :,777-8l 
Notes sur les delphinidês ouest- 
africains - IV. Sur un Prodelphinus 
indéterminé de côte d( Ivoire 
(Notes on the West African delphinids 
IV. On an undetermined Prodelphinus 
of the Ivory coast) 

Contains notes on coloration ^: tables 
of morphometric <■• other characters. 



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Lathhury, A. г-, 59-4632 

R.A. Bryson (1958) 
Univ. V."i s cons in s jD ep.I.í eteorology <, 1-28 
Studies of the physiographic features 
of lake Mendota - I. Suhlacustrine 
Gullies 



F 



FAQ/ 59/8/ 60 49 



2(6):22 



Shishlcin, В. К. (1958) 



59-4633 



Mos(i-ua 



URSS. 



Edit io Acadomiae Scientiarurn 



Flora URSS ( PI ora Unionis Republicarunj 
Socialisticarum Sovieticarum) . Ru 1 

-- j 
111. systematic account of the orders? j 
Bignoniaceae Pers. , Pedaliaceae Lindl.^ 
Martyniaceae Link., Orobanchaceae Liiidli| 
Lentibulariaceae Lindl. ^ Globulariacoai 
Link, Phryraaceae Schauer^ Planta- j 
ginaceae Lindl., Rubiaceae Juss. j 
Caprif oliaceae Vent.j Adoxaceae Pritüd.'. 
Valerianaceae БС. Text in Russian. 
Addendum giving j in latin diagnosis 



France. Sous-Secrétariat à 59-4бЗб 
la Marine Marchande. Direction des 

Pêches Maritimes (195Ö) 
Paris ; 1o1 p. 

Statistique des peches maritimes - 
Année 1956 (llarine fisheries 
statistics for the year 195^) 

Statistical tables givings 1 ) general 
information on fishing operations;; 2) 
fishing hoatsi З) fishermen^ 4) 
production;; 5) related industries ^ 
with hreakdovm by spp. & localities. 



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of each 
volume. 



ne\4 sp. described 



5S-4633 
(Card 2) 
in this 



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59-463 



Б' Ami со & 

P.P. Foà (1959) 
Experientia , 15 »145 

Glucose and potassiujn transfer in the 
isolated heart of Venus mercenaria 

Biochemical study of the effect of 
insulin on the uptake of glucose c: 
potassium by the clam, heart i n vitro ^ 
as preliminary to use of this 
material for biological assay. 



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Vi/ashington. University 59-4637 

Fisheries Research Institute (1959) 



Seattle 5». V/ash. , 24 P< 
Report of operations . 



1958 



Short history of the Institute - 
facilities, objectives, publications, 
study à employment opportunities -;, 
fisheries of Alaska; report on Alaska 
salmon industry projects - red salmon 
studies, pinlc salmon studies -5 
sum.mary of Federal Contract Pro jects - 
high seas salmon tag{,ing, & in Cook 
Inlet, Prince ?/illiam Sound, & west 
coast of Prince of V/ales I. ;, Kvichak 
red salmon studies; effects of 



59-4637 
(Card 2) 
tagging on productivity of pinlc 
salmon streams in Alaska; sea lion 
studies; stream catalogue of SE 
Alaska; king crab studies. 



IIR:sjh 



MF 



FaO/ 59/3/ 6049 



2(6) 



Florin, M. -В. (1937) 59-4639 
Acta phytogeogr . s uce« , ( 37 ) ^ 1 44 P • 
Plankton of fresh and brackish waters 
in the Sodertälje area, 

bescription of the area-^ methods used^ 
description of the lakes fi fjords;; 
physical-chemical data;; taxonomic lists 
of macrophytes c,. plankton organisms 
Ъу lakes with special consideration of 
plankton in brackish water fjords 
between Malaren 5: Baltic. 



TibbSj J. (1959) 



59-4642 



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Mechsnerj Kl. (1959) 59-464O I 

Biochim.biophys»Acta ; 33(l) 150-Ö | 

Untersuchungen an Chlorella Ami gar i s \ 

liber den Einfluss der Alkaliionen auf i 

die Lichtphosphorylierung ' 
(investigation of the influence of 
alkali ions on phosphorylation in light 1 

by Chlorella vulgaris ) . En i 

! 
Detailed description of the method. j 
Comparison of the effect of K+ ion with 
that of Rb+y Li+5 !Та+^ Cs+ г.. Ш+ ions^ / 
v»rith that of various anions, &. 
examination of the process in the 
presence of various inhibitors. 
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Kandier, 0. 



39-4641 



С, Sironval (1959) 
Biochim.biophys.Acta , 33(1)^207-15 
Photoxidation processes in normal green 
Chlorella cells - II. Effects on 

me "1" abo 1 ism 

The bleaching of Chlorella cells in a 
very intense light occuring only after 
a certain dark-reversible induction 
phase, the length of which depends on 
oxygen tens ion J light intensity ¿z 
specific photostability of the strain о 
Chlorella used, & examiination was made 
of the metabolic changes occuring 
during the induction. 
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Biochim. biophys . Ac ta^, 33( 1 ■) - 220-6 
The adenosine triphosphatase activity 
of perch sperm flagella 

Measurement of the conditions for 
maximum activity using MgCl2 
activator Ô: CaCl2 activator, of the 
specificity of enz^TTie action, the 
effect of substrate concentration on 
activity &■ of KCl on Mg ^:. Ca 
activation, & an account of an 
attempt to extract enzyme activity 
from, the flagellum. 



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Hildemann, W.H, (1959) 59-4643 
Amer.ITat. , 93(86u) c27-34 
A cichlid fish, S yraphysodon discus , 
with unique nurture habits 

Normally the newlj^-hatched fry feed 
exclusively off the skin of the 
parents, on an abundant mucous 
secretion with a granular composition 
produced by both parents over the 
entire body incl. the fins. Histo- 
logical sections revealed that this 
food is secreted by numierous, large 
mucous cells in the epidermis of the 
hypertrophied parental skin. 
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Bagro V, N.A 
Met.Gidrolo 



(I95Ö) 



59-4644 



(ll);41-6 
Hydrodynamic methods of long-range 
weather forecasting 



••^AO/59/3/6049 



2(6)^24 



Middletonj е. К. (195Ö) 59-4б45 
Misc.Publ.nat.Dur.Stand. J (224).1б0 p. 
1 Hydraulic research in the United States 
I95Ô (including contrihutions from 
Canadian lahoratories)- 

Information compiled from reports of 
hydraulic ("■■■ hydrologie lahoratories in 
the US & Canada on the status of 
current projects. Incl. some on fishery 
engineering - fishwaysj fish screens 
¿:. other fish protective devices -, ¿: 
others of limnological c: oceanographica] 
interest. 

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Lundheck, J. (195^) 59-464Ö ■ 
Jher. dtsch. Fisch. , 1 957, ,11 2-41 ; 
Biologisch-statistischer Bericht überj 
die deutsche Hochseefischerei im j 
Jahre 1957 (Diological-statistica:. 
report on the German high-sea fishery 
during 1957). lîn 

Tahles of production statistics of 
deep sea fishery Ъу spp. , months, 
regions;, fishing effort, incl. 
analysis of spp. , length c": age 
composition. 

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Germany. Dundesministerium 59-4о4б 
für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft 

und Forsten (195Ô) 
Verlag Gehr.Mann, Berlin^ 2G2 p. 
Jahreshericht über die deutsche 
Fischerei 1957 (Annual report on tin 
German fishing industry 1957) 

Tahles of production statistics bj spp. , 
months 3 regions, types of gear j cc use 
of product 5 trade quantities cc values;; 
fishing effort; research activities; 
processing c' reduction; Sc whaling 
production. Miscellaneous notes on 
vrorld fisheries. 
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Eheling, G. (195S) 59-4649 
Jher. dtsch. Fisch. , 1957^^154-9 
Der Einsatz der Fischereischutzhoote 
(Fischereihilfsschiffe) FRITPUOF, 
MEERîvATZE und POSEIJX)II sowie des 
Fischereiforschungsschiffes AIiTOî^J 
DOI-IRIÍ im Jahre 1957 (Activities 
of the fishery protection vessels 
FRITHJOF, IIEERiaVTCE and POSEIDON and 
the R/v ANTOI DOIIRN during 1957). 
En 

Brief account of medical '■■ technical 
helps ^: v/eather services rendered. 
Incl. notes on the technical 
equipment of the vessels. 
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Sommer, К. (195Ö) 59-4б47 
Jher.dtsch.Fisch. s 1957:;29-104 
Die See- und Küstenfischerei und die 
Fischversorg-ung der Bundesrepuhlik 
Deutschland im Jahre 1957 (?he sea- 
and coastal fisheries à the fish supply 
of the German Federal Repuhlic in 1957)' 
En 

Tables of production statistics Ъу spp. , 
regions, types of gear; trade quant itie: 
("• values. 

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Bü Clanann, A. (195Ö) 59-4650 
Jher. ütsch. Fisch. , 1957^175-00 
Die Arbeiten der Deutschen VJissen- 
schaftlichen Kommission für 
Meere sf or schung (On the activity 
of the German Scientific Commission 
for the exploration of the sea). 
En 

Surmiiarizes activities of German 
: Comifiission on biological, techno- 
logical c: liydrographical 
investigations. Details are given on 
coordination viith ICES, ICNAF, SCOR, 
PCIPC(1956), & FAO. 

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:.^V.O/59/ö/6049 



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Mann J H. ^ A. von Eraiidt 

& Chr. líe lining s 
Jh er. dt s eh. Fisch. 



Die Fischoreiforschung 
investigations). En 



(1958) 
, 1957^101-222 



59-4651 



(Fisherio! 



Reports activitiet3 of institutions 
engaged in fisheries science. 



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MF 



(1958) 



59-4652 



Dierks^ A. 

Jher.dtsch. Fisch. , 1957-223-7 

Die deutsche Hochseefischerei irn Jahre 



1957 



(The German deep sea fishory 
1957). En 



5ea 



Brief account of the Gerrna,n deep 
fishing industry J Yiith notes on 
planned market reform (?• programme for 
changing economic structure. 



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Bahr 5 К. (1958) 59-4654 

Jber.dtsch.Fisch. 5 1957^230-6 
Kleine lîochsee- und "Küstenfischerei 
('The deep sea cutter and coastal 
fisheries). En 

Notes on so-called snail deep-sea & 
cob stal fisheries J with production 
("c value statistics. 



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Uiehrj ÏÏ. (1958) 



59-4655 



Jher.dtsch. Fisch. ^ 1957 s 237-46 
Binnenfischerei (The inland water 
fishery). En 

Contains tables of 1957 production 
statistics Ъу spp. L- regions^ fishing 
technology^ mechanication & electrica 
fishing; training schemes for 
fishermen 5 pond farming. Also incl. 
notes on fish disease control. 



FAO г dr 



F 



Pricks C. (1958) 



59-4653 



Jber.dtsch. Fisch. , 1957c22ö-9 
Grosse Heringsfischerei (Lo:;ger- 
f is cher ei) 
En 



(The lugger fishery). 



ITotes on bigger herring fishery \./ith 
production ¿c value statistics. 



Brockstedtj H. (1958) 59-4б5б 
Jber.dtsch. Fisch. , 1957:263-76. 
Die F'i с chvàr tschaft anderer Lander 
(The fisheries of other countries). 
En 

Tables of world fisheries production 
statistics; utilization of world 
catches; detailed reports on fish 
products; fishing yields of European 
& other important countries in 1959;; 
& foreign trade with fishery 
produ.cts of 15 countries. 



FAOsdr 



M 



FAO : dr 



MP 



^ю/59/8/б049 



2Í6V26 



Hellmichj G. (195Ö) 59-4657 
Jber.dtsch.Fisch., 1957з277-82 
Walfang (The v/hale fishery). 
En 

Statistical account of the v/orlá's 
whale production in 1957» 

FAO : dr M 


Medcofj J.C. ¿z 59-4660 

J.E. Mortimer (1958) 
Progr.Rep.Atl.Cst Stas, (7l)s27-9 
Introducing Eiuropean oysters to the 
maritimes Fr 

Comparison of native oysters with 
the European Ostrea edulis, account 
of a trial planting of the latter 
near St. Andrev/Sj c. note on future 
\7ork. 

GLKcglk MF 


Lauzierj L. (l95ö) 59-4б5о 
ProfTT.Rep.Atl.Cst Stas, (71)^8-12 
Surface sea water temperatures alono- 
the Canadian Atlantic coasts 1954-1957» 
Fr 

Graph of surface seawater temperatures 
at St. Andrewsj IT.B.^ 1921-1957? v/ith 
tabulations of monthly £-. annual values 
for 1953-57 у & of monthly /": annual 
record lov/ & high & long-term average 
values for the entire period, the 
temperature variations at St. Andrews 
being generally indicative of conditions 
on the whole Canadian Atlantic coast. 
GLK:glk M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4661 
Limnol.Oceanogr . 5 4(l) -106-7 
Communication concerning a central 
agency for C14 determination 
(Measurements of primary production ir 
the sea) at Charlottenlund slot, 
Denmark 

HR SX 


Medcofj J.C. (1958) 59-4659 
Progr.Rep.Atl.Cst Stas, (7l).-.21-6 
Stock-taking of molluscal shellfish 
resources and prospects for improvement. 
Fr 

Sp. by sp. review of quantity & value 
of catch, methods used & conditions 
affecting stocks & discussion of 
measures to improve the situation. 

GLK.glk MF 


Canada. Fisheries 59-4662 

Research Board (1958) 
Ottav/a, 195 P- 

Annual report 1957-1858 for the 
fiscal year ended March 31? 1958 

Report on research activities, 
description of projects ¿z principal 
results of investigations. The 
reports from various research stations 
are arranged by subject <?с sp. of fish. 

FAO.tl MF 



;\/ 59/8/6049 



2(6)»27 



1 

! . i 
Ni ole en с, Е. Steenicinn t\ 59-4663 

D.E. Gushing (195^-) 

Rapp. Cons.Explor.î.Ier 5 144:5-9 

Introuuction 

Brief account of the symposium '■: 01 
some of the points raised in the 
discussions 5 with the recommendationrj 
of the various committees appointed 
during the symposium.. 

PAO ;; glk MF 


Ryther, J. H. ' al. (195G) 59-4666 
Rapp. Cons . Explor .L'er j 1 44 " 1 3-4 
Report of the committee on methods 
for the measurem^ent of primary 
production 

i 

PAOx 


Holmes s R. Í- al. (195Ö) 59-4664 
Rapp . Cons . Expl or . Ivler , 1 44 "• 1 1 
Recommendations on studies of 
phytoplanlcton populations 

PAO I X 


Gushing, D.H. ./. al. (195Ö) 59-466? 
Rapp . Cons , Expl or .lier ^ 1 44 ^ 1 5-6 
Report of the coim'nittee on terms 
and equivalents 

PAC.x 


Krey, J. г- al. (195Ö) ' 59-4665 

Rapp . Cons . Explor .Мег , 1 44 :; 1 2 

Report of the committee on chlorophyll 

РАО s X 


Braarud, T. (195C) . 59-4668 
Rapp . Cons , Expl or . Иег j 1 44 3 1 7-9 
A. Methods for estimating standing 
crop in phytoplankton - A» 1 . Counting 
methods for determination of the 
standing crop of phj'-toplankton 

Review of methods of concentration of 
plankton^ from the free environment 
(nets) or from abstracted samples 
( centrifugation etc.) 5 <" hrief 
discussion of some aspects of the 
techniques of enumeration. 

PAOiglk MP 



-■/59/V6049 



2(6)c2a 



Krey, J. (1958) 



59-466:; 



Rapp » Cons . Explor.Mer , 144g 2 0-7 

A. Methods for estimating standing 

crop in phytoplankton - A. 2. Chemical 

methods of estimating standing crop of 

phytoplankton 

General discussion of planlcton pigments 
the chlorophyll content of phytoplanktor 
i: its physiological significance J the 
principles of optical measurement of 
concentration (': the properties of 
chlorophyll, with revie?/ of methods of 
collection ¿- concentration of plankton j 
dissolving & preserving chlorophylls ¿: 
measurement of its concentration. 
FAOsglk MF 



(1930) 
.lier, 144^34 



Gushing, D.ÏÏ» ¿: 59-4672 

H.F. ITi Chol son 

Rapp. Cons.Explor 

A. Methods for estimating standing 
crop in phytoplaiücton - A. 5» The 
measurement of the сагЪоп content of 
diatoms, using the ^^C techniques 
a preliminary note 

Contents as per title. 



FAOsrll 



Hanaoka, T. (1958) 59-467O 

Rapp. Cons . Explor .He r , 1 44 г 2 C-3 1 
A. Methods for estimating standing 
crop in phytoplankton - A.3» Suspended 
matter as an index of the productivity 
of the sea 

Report of field work showing that a 
far large amount of plant orotoplasm ±i 
present in at least some areas of the 
sea in the form of micro-particles 
retainahle on a micro-filter than in the 
form of larger particles to Ъе retained 
"by a plankton net, ¿: presentation of a 
correlation between an index of total 
suspended, matter Л. fish production. 
FAO z glk M 



Cooper, L.H.N. (1958) 59-4673 
Rapp. Cons.Explor.H er , 144s 35-7 
B. Methods of measurements of 
production - Б. 1 . Consumption of 
nutrient salts in the English Channel 
as a means of measuring production 

Discussion of the reliahility of this 
method as applied to data on the 
midwinter phosphate maximum in 
January 1947 '■■- on water exchange in 
the v/inter of 1950» 



FAO:- glk 



M 



Cushing, D.H. (1958) 59-4671 
Rapp. Cons. Explor. Mer , 1 44 „32-3 
A. Methods for estimating standing crop 
in phytoplankton - A. 4» The estimation 
of carbon in phytoplankton 

Discussion of the calculation of some 
equivalents established between dried 
weight of plankton, dry planktonic 
organic matter, algal volijmie, 
chlorophyll & carbon. 



FAO '„glk 



MF 



Nielsen, E. Steemann (1958) 59-4674 
Rapp . Cons . Expl or . M er , 14408-46 
Б. Methods of measurements of 
production - B.2.. Experimental 
m.ethods for measuring organic 
production in the sea 

RevioY/ of the oxygen c: the carbon-14 
techniques. 



FAO с glk 



MF 



:?AO/59/3/6049 



2(6)^29 



Doty, M.S. ¿: 



59-4675 



Oguri (195Ö) 
Rapp. Cons.Explor.Mer y 144:47-55 
Б. Methods of measurements o'f 
production - B,3» Selected features of 
the isotopic carbon primary j)3?oductivit;f 
technique 

Discussion of various manipulative 
features <?: of the reliability of the 
technique. 



PAOîglk 



MP 



Fogg, G.E. (195Ö) 59-4676 

Rapp. Cons.Explor .Mer <, 144^56-60 
В. Methods of measurements of 
production - Б.4» Extracellular 
products of phytoplankton and the 
estimation of primary production 

Direct determination of the extent 
to ?/hich extracellular products of 
photosynthesis are liberated by 
p hy t о p 1 ankt on . 



PAG:.glk 



MP 



Winbergj G.G. (I95G) 59-4670 
Rapp. Cons. Expl or. lie r, 1 44,: 65-9 
Б. Methods of measurements of 
production - Б.6. (polques questions 
concernant les méthodes de l'investi- 
gation de la production primaire du 
plancton 5 basée sur des travaux 
exécutés en URSS (Some questions 
concerning the methods of investigatior 
of primary planl<:ton product ion^ based 
on work carried out in the URSS) 

Discussion of some problems, such as 
the effect of bacterial activity, 
encountered in the use of the ox;y'gen 



method 



of evidence on the 



59-467Ö 
(Card 2) 



productivity of various waters 



PAO„glk 



MP 



Fedosov, M.V. (I958) 59-4677 
Rapp. Cons. Explor. Мег , 1 44 о 6 1 -4 
Б. Methods of measurements of 
production - Б.5. Investigations of the 
chemical basis of productivity in sea 
basins 

Discussion of the operational routine 
at sea for measurement of oxygen as 
approach to the measurement of 
production, f"- on the collection of 
material for the estimation of the 
intensity of the synthesis of organic 
matter in a particular region of the 
sea. 
PAOsglk M 



ïïimpenny, R.S. (195^) 59-4680 j 
Rapp . Cons . Expl or . Mer , 144^70-2 

С. Measurements of primary production •+ 

С 1 . Carbon production in the sea at \ 

the Smith's Knoll lightvessel j 

i 

Results obtained by carbon-14 <^"-- I 

oxygen methods. | 



PAOoglk 



V 59/8/6049 



2(6)^30 



Rapp. ConG.gxplor.LIer s .144зо5-91 



Gushing, D.H. (I55O) ■ 59-46CI j Berge, G. (I958) 

Rapp. Cons.Explor »l'vîer , 144^73-5 

С. Measurements of primary production - 

0,2. Some experiments using the ''4c 

technique 



59-4684 



Estimates of production in the area 
betv\reen the Devil's Hole & Flamhorough 
Head^ the same observations v/ere used 
to make a_n estimate of the algal 
reproductive rate Л at the same time 
grazing experiments v;ere carried out. 
A preliminary experiment on the 
relation hetween photosynthesis L- 
phosphorous content is described. 
FAOr,glk M 



С« Measurements of primary production 
C.5« ïiie primary production in the 
Horwegian Sea in June 1954? measured 
by an adapted "140 technique 



Description of the method which was 
designed to meet certain operational 
requirements of the programme of a 
research vessel., L presentation of 
results brought into relation v/ith 
hydrographie, zooplanktonic c. fish 
investigations. 



FAOsglk 



M 



Corlett, J. (195-8) 59-4682 

Rapp. Cons.Explor .Mer , 1 44 ? 7 6-3 
С. Measurements of primary production -- 
C.3. Measurements of primary production 
in the western Barents Sea 

Measurement of light penetration, ¿: of 
production by carbon-14 method. 



FAOsglk 



Steele, J.H. (1958) 59-4683 

Rapp. Cons. Explor .Mer , 144579-84 
С. Measurements of primary/ production - 
0.4« Production studies in the northern 
ïïorth Sea 

Describes the basic problems of the 
"phosphate method" Sc. gives some resultijj 
of its use in the northern îiorth Sea. 
Briefly outlines a mathematical model 
relevant to the same area S--". gives some 
detaj_led comparisons of the model, the 
phosphate results Л the carbon-14 
technique. 

FAO „ glk M 



Nielsen, E. Steemann (1958) 59-4685 

Rapp. Cons.Explor.Mer , 144^92-5 

C. Measurements of xjrim.ary production 

Сб. A survej'- of recent Danish 

measurements of 

productivity in the sea 



the organic 



Results obtained in Danish ft Greenland 
\mters. 



FAO;glk 



M 



Currie, R.I, (1958) 59-4686 

Rapp о Cons . Explor . Mer , 144^96-102 
С. Measurements of primary production 
0.7» Some observations on organic 
production in the ilorth-East Atlantic 

Measurem.ent of rate of photosynthesis 
of ph;>'toplankton standing crop of 
phytoplanlcton, -"• the light energy 
available for photosynthesis, (issued 
^ ^ /--oi l,» Rejpr . ' .'orml_e¿^ n a t., Ins t . 
Oceanogr. "/ в(?Т'1')\ ' 1 95^ " 



FAO z glk 



M 



FAO/59/8/6049 



2(6)c31 



Bernard, F. (195Ö) 59-4607 

Нарр« Cons.5xplor.Mer , 144 s 103-8 

С, Measurernenta of primary production - 

С. 8. Données récentes siir la fertilité 

élémentaire en Méditerranée 

(Recent data on the elementary fertility' 

in the Mediterranean) 

Srief history of such investigations - 
dominant organisms among the unicellulai 
planlcton,} variation in productivity 
between the principal strata;; speed of 
multiplication of the dominant organism 



FAO : glk 



M 



Bogorov, B.G. (1958) 59-4690 I 
Rapp. Cons.Explor.Her , 144:117-21 j 
C. Ilea sûrement s of primary production -Î 
CIO. Estimates of primary production 
in biogeographical rcgionization of 
the ocean 

Correlation of primary production with 
temperature t-. zooplanlcton hiomass in 
the northwest Pacific. 



^AO z glk 



M 



Holmes, R.W. (1958) 59-4бии 

Rapp. Cons. Explor. Mer , 1 44 г 109-1 6 
С. Measurements of primary production - 
С 9« Surface chlorophyll "A", surface 
primary production, and Zooplankton 
volumes in the eastern Pacific ocean 

Summary of data on geographical 
variations in surface chlorophyll _a, 
surface primary production, à zoo- 
planlcton volume v/hich are related to 
physical & chemical regime of these 
waters; computation of daily organic 
carbon requirement of Zooplankton.;, 
comparison of photosynthetic rates per 
unit of chlorophyll a observed in sea- 



Rodhe, W. (1958) 



59-4691 



Rapp. Cons.Explor.Mer , 144^122-8 
C. îîeasurements of primary production -• 
С 1 1 . The primary production in lakes: 
some results and restrictions of the 
14C method 



Discussion of results obtained in lake 
., mth regard to seasonal 



Erken, Sweden, 



succession, relations to standing crop 
of phytoplankton ÔZ to chemical 
conditions, (?: comparison of these 
results with those obtained in other 
lakes. 

РАО z glk P 



59-46G8 
(Card 2) 

water samples v/ith laboratory 
results. 



ühle, V;. (1958) 59-4692 

Rapp. Cons. Explor. lier , 144^29-31 

С. Measurements of prim.ary production - 

C.12. Diurnal production and 

destruction rates of phytoplanlcton in 

lakes 

Discussion of results with regard to 
diurnal course of photosynthesis & 
respiration, of the im.portance of the 
starting time for bioactivity in vitro 
& comparison of net community 
■production in situ Л in vitro. 



i^AO.-glk 



M 



PAO 3 glk 



P 



AO/59/3/6049 



2(6). 32 



Ketchum, В. H. ¿: al. (1958) 59-4693 
Rapp . Cons . Explor .Mer , 144s 132-40 . 

D. Envi rognent al conditions f or- prirnary i 
production - D.1. Productivity in | 

relation to nutrients 



Review of ргоЪ1ет8 persisting in the 
understanding of the relation Ъetv;een 
essential nutrients & productivity 5 
with discussion of some results one 
& gross photosynthesis у variations 
in phytoplankton chlorophyll 5 
phosphorus: chloropiiyll relation,, i: 
chlorophylls carotonoid relations. 



net 



FAO : glk 



M 



Nielsen^ E. Steemann (1953) 59-4б94 
Rapp. Cons.Explor.Mer ; 144^41-8 
D. EnvironiTiental conditions for primar;; 
production - D.2. Light and the 
organic production in the sea 

Discussion of the dependence of photo- 
synthesis on light J the utilization Ъу 
algae of the light penetrating the sea 
surface; the influence of v/eather 
conditions on the rate of organic 
production & the influence of vertical 
stabilization of the Y/ater masses. 



РАО г glk 



M 



Cushingy 
Rapp . Con 



D.H. (1958) 
í.Explor.Iíer y 



59-4695 

144 с 149-54 

D. Environmental" conditions for primary 
production - D.3« The effect of gra^zin^: 
Ъу analysis of phytoplankton 



populiitions at sea 



with hottles, & of the relevance of 

experimental results 

populations. 



by experiments 

eleva] 
to natural 



EAOsglk 



M 



Lucas, O.E. (1958) 
Rapp. Con 



59-4696 i 

144c 155-8 I 

D. EnvironjTiental conditions for j 



ь , i^xpl or »Иег j_ 



primary production ■- D.4.^^B^'bernal 
metabolites and productivity 

Reviev7 of recent work. 



РАО г glk 



van ICLavcren, P.T7. & 



59-4697 



R. Legendre (1958) 
Progr.Rep.Atl.Cst Stas ^ (7'l)0-8 
A comparison of various salt cod 
T)roducts, Pr 



GLK3X 



Dussault, H.P. (1958) 59-4698 
Progr.Rep.Atl.C st Stas p ( 7 1 ) s 1 3-6 
Mold contamination in 'salt fish and 
method of control. Pr 



GLK^x 



FAO/ 59/3/ 60 49 



2(6)^33 



Dyer, V/.J.j I), I. Fraser 



59-4699 



& E.G. Bligh (1958) 
ProfiT.Rop.Atl.Cst Stas , (71):. 17-20 
Pat hydrolysis in frozen fish. 1 . Free 
fatty acid formation. Fr 



GLK.;x 



Johnson, H. С (1959) 59-4700 
Comm, Fish. Rev. , 21(3^7-19 
Kin^; сгаЪ, shrimp and Ъottom fish 
explorations from Shumagdn islands to 
Unalaska, Alaska - summer and fall, 
1957 

Results of cruise by charter vessel 
TCRDMSKJOLDr: gear used, station list 
Ô- chart 5 fishing results, especially 
for Paralithodes caritschatica , other 
crahs, Panda lu s ¿: Fandalopsis spp. c- 
various fishes. 



FAOssjh 



M 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4701 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21 (3) '.26-8 
California - Aerial census of 
commercial and sport fishing 
continued 

Contents as per title. 



Anon;yTTious (1959) 59-4702 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21 (3): 29-31 
California - Distrihution of 
Darracuda and Vihite Sea bass 
surveyed off Baja California (m/v 
ALASICA cruise 58A6-Parracuda-V/hite 
Sea hass ) 

Contents as per title. 



FAC; 



M 



FAOs 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-4703 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(3)с31 
California - Dungeness-crah 
distribution and abundance studies 
continued (m/V ALASIOl cruise 53A7-Crabi 

Contents as per title. 



FAOs 



59-4704 



Anonymou s (1959) 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(3):32 

California - Petrale and English sole 

tagged in coastal v/aters (m/V íí.B. 

SCO FIELD cruise 58-S-8-Trawl) 

Contents as per title. 



i 



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РАО с 



M 



FAO/ 59/0/6049 



2(3 2(6):34 



Anonymous (1959) 
Comm.Fish.Piev. , 21 (з).; 34-5 
Florida - Fisheries research 



59-47C5 



FAO; 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4706 

Comp. Fish. Rev. , 21(3)'35 
Florida - Grant received for research 
on c" эк eels 

Contents as per title. 



FAO; 



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Anonym ou s (1959) 

Comm. Fish. Rev. ^ 21(з):Зб-7 



59-4708 



Gulf exploratory fishery program - 
Northeast Gulf of Kexico surveyed 
for industrial fish stocks {u/V 
SILVER BAY cruise 13) 

Contents as per title. 



FAO s 



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Anonymous (1959) 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(3)вС-41 

Gulf fishery investigations 



59-4709 



Notes ons fish c-: shellfish tested 
for insecticide tolerance^ hait 
shrimp fishery.;; shrimp tagging^ 
Tortucas pink shrimp j fishing povver & 
vessel characteristics 5 preliminary 
survey of Gulf shrimp fishing trends j 
1956-58.; red tide studies j menhaden^ 
& industrial fishes. 



FAOôSjh 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4707 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(з);:3б 
Florida - Study of marine yeasts of 
Eiscayne bay 

Contents as per title. 



FAOî 



M 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4710 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 2l(3)s43 
North Atlantic fisheries 
investigations - Block island sound 
area surveyed for industrial fish 
(m/v albatross III cruise I25) 

Contents as per title. 



FAO;. 



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2(б)с35 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4711 

Comm.Fish.Rev. 5 21(3)¿43 

Oysters - Chesapeake bay oyster studies 

Contents as per title. 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4714 
Comm.Fish.Rev. s 21(3)^44 
Pacific oceanic fishery 
investigations - Contract awarded for 
test of commercial live-bait tuna 
fishing in Marquesas area 




Contents as per title. 


FAO : M 


FAO 2 M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4712 
Comm.Fish.Rev. 5 21(3)^43-4 
Oysters - European variety thrives in 
Maine waters 

Contents as per title. 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4715 
Comm.Fish.Rev. , 21 (з) : 44-5 
Pacific oceanic fishery 
investigations - Ecology of 
alba core tuna 

Contents as per title. 


FAO 2 M 


• 
FAO s M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4713 

Comm.Fish.Rev. 9 21(3):44 

Oysters - Studies on raft culture 

Contents as per title. 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4716 
Comm . Fi sh . Rev. , 2 1 ( 3 ) ^ 45 
Pacific oceanic fishery 
investigations - Observations on 
tuna behavior 




Contents as per title. 


FAO :, M 


FAO: M 



FAO/59/0/6049 



2(б):3б 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4717 

Coini^.FÍ8h,Jlev, , 21 (З). ^45-6 
Sardines - California catch samples 
sliow tv/o dominant year-classes 

Contents as per title. 



Anonymous (1959) 

Comrn. Fish. Rev. , 21 (з) s 47-8 



59-4720 



Striped hass - Federal and state 
Ъiologists tag large fish on Potomac 

Contents as per title. 



FAO: 



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FAO; 



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59-47 1Ö 



Anonymous (1959) 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(з)о4б 

Sea lamprey - Declined in certain 

great lakes in 195^ 

Contents as per title. 



i^AO 



MF 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4721 

Comm . Fi sh . Rev, j 2 1 ( 3 ) ^ 4^ 
Tuna - California tuna clipper 
returns from trial trip off African 
west coast 



Conten' 



per title 



FAO^ 



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Anonymous (1959) 

Comm.. Fish. Rev. , 21 ( 3 ) : 46 

Shad - Connecticut river runs 

predicted 

Contents as per title. 



59-4719 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4722 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(з);.57 
International - Latin America Pacific 
coast algae heing ' studied 

Contents as per title. 



FAO; 



TvTT? 



FAO; 



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î'AO/59/Û/6049 



2(б)с37 



59-4723 



Anonymous (1959) 
Comm. F ish. Rev. , 21(3):: 57-8 
International - North Pacific fur 
seal research 

Contents as \-)ет title. 



Anonymous (l959) 59-4726 I 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(з)^59 ^' 

Brazil - Fishing- operations by 
Jai.)anese expand 

Contents as -per title. 



FAO 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-4724 

Comm.Fish.Rev._y 21(з)^5о-9 
'^Vhaling - Ilorv/ay and Netherlands 
announce conditional withdrawal 
from whaling convention 

Contents as per title. 



FAO с 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-4727 

Comm. Fish. Rev. ^ 21(3)-; 61 -2 
Canada - East coast scallop fishery 
trends, 1957 

Contents as jper title. 



FAOs 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4725 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(3):59 
Australia - Reaction to Russian 
whaling fleet expansion 

Contents as per title. 



Anon;>-mous (1959) 59-4728 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(3):62 
Canada - Prospects for Narih Atlantic 
haddock catch 

Contents as per title. 



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FAO/ 59/ 8/ 60 4' 



2(6)c30 



Апощшоиз (1959) 59-4729 
Cornm. Fish. Rev. , 21(з) 63 
Canada - Transplanted British oysters 
grow in Atlantic waters 


i 

1 

Anonymous (1959) 59-4732 
Cornm . Fi sh . Rev . , 2 1 ( 3 ) ^ 65 
Cuba - Development of bonito 
fishery 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO". M 


FAO z M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4730 
Comm.Fish.Hev. 5 21 (з): 63-4 
Chile - Northern area has good 
prospects for fisheries development 


AnonyiTiOus (1959) 59-4733 
Cornm. Fish, Rev. , 21 (3): 66-8 
German Democratic Republic - Fishing 
fleet expansion includes plans for 
20 large stern trav;lers 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO J M 


FAO : M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4731 
Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21 (з). 64-5 
Costa Rica - Amendments to m.aritime 
fish and game law 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4734 

Comm.Fish.Rev. 5 21(з):^6С 

Ghana - Plans for development of 

fisheries 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO z M 


FAO z M 



FiiC/ 59/8/6049 



2(6):.39 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4735 
Comni.Fish.Rev. 5 21(3). 68-9 


Anon^nous (1959) 59- -4738 ; 
Comin . Fi sh. Rev. , 2 1 ( 3 ) : 7 1 


Guatemala - United States firm plans 


Iceland - Fisheries trends, 


to fish for shrimp in Guatemalan waters 


January 1959 i 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO z M 


FAO0 M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4736 
Comm.Fish.Rev. 5 21 ( 3)^^69-71 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4739 
Comm.Fish.Rev. s 21 (3) с 71-3 


Hong Kong - Shrimp fishing industry 


India - Development of marine 




fisheries conference 


Contents as per title. 






Contents as per title. 


FAO L M 


FAO ; M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4737 
Comm.Fish.Rev. 5 2l(3).71 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4740 
Comm.Fish.Rev. s 21 (3) 73 


Iceland - Fisheries trends 5 December 


Iran - Proposes 12-mile territorial 


1958 


sea off coast 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 

1 


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FAO :. M 



i 



I 



=ло/ 59/8/6049 



2(6)^40 



Anonymous (1959) 59"4741 

Comm « Fish. Rev. ; 21(3)с73 

Ireland - Five-year plan provides 

US$8.4 million for fisheries 

development 

Contents as per title. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4744 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(3)^^74-5 
Japan - Reaction to North Pacific 
salmon conferences 

Contents as per title. 



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FAO: 



MP 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4742 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , .2l(3)s73 

Israel - Trav/lcrs to fish off Canary 

islands 

Contents as ver title. 



Anor.ymouo. (1959) 59-4745 

Co!i:m,Fj.sn.Rev. , 21(з):'7б-7 

Japan - Tuna industry and control 

of Atlantic tuna fishing- and 

exporting 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-4743 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(3)^-74 
Japan - Fishing industry recommendations 
for conference with Russia 

Contents as per title. 



FAO; 



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Апоп;;Лпоиз (1959) 59-4746 

Com-:, Fish. ;ееУо ., 21(3)^77-3 
Republic of Korea - Fisheries trends ^ 
Dooomhcr 1958 

Contents ad per title. 



FAO; 



FAO/ 59/ 3/60 49 



2(6)î41 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4747 

Comiru Fish. Rev. , 21(з);>7о-9 
Mexico - Bureau of fisheries may Ъе 
transferred to I/Iinistry of Industry and 
Commerce in 1959 

Contents as per title. 



РАОз 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-47 4ö 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(3)Л9 
Mexico - Merida shrimp fishery trends ^ 
Decemher 1958 

Contents as per title. 



FAO 



Anonymous (l959) 59-4750 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(з)Л9 

coast shrimp fishery 
195C 



Ilexico - West 
trends J БесетЪег 



Contents as per title. 



РАО 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4751 

Comm -Fish. Rev. , 21(з);.79-оО 
Morocco - Agar-agar industry 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-474^ 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(з)Л9 
Mexico - Veracruz fishery trends, 
Octoher-Decemher 1958 

Contents as per title. 



Anonyme-'- (1959) 

Comm. Fish. Rev. ^ 21(з):.80-4 

iluroGcc - otatus of fisheries 

Contents a, Б per title. 



59-4752 



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FAO/ 59/0/6049 



2(6)^.2 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4753 
Comm.Fish.Rev. 5 21(3)^С5 . 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4756 i 
Comm.Fish.Rev. 9 21 ( 3)^06 1 


Norway - Purse seiners' using more , 


Panama - Decree extends territorial 


nylon nets in Y/inter herring fishery 


v/aters to 12 miles 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO s M 

1 


FAO ó M 


i Anonymous (1959) 59-4754 
Comm.Fish.Rev., 21(3):.о5 


Anonymous (1959) 59-4757 
Comir..Fish.Rev. 5 21 (З) г 86 


' ITorv/ay - Seine fishing in the Lofoten 


Peru - Hunting for sea lions 


area prohihitecl. 


prohibited 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO s M 


FAO s M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-'^755 
Comm.Fish.Rev., 21(3)сб5-б - 


Апоп:>-:лсия ( 1 959 ) 59-4758 
Comm Fi sh . Rev. ., 2 1 ( 3.) ^ 86-7 


Panama - Bait fishing permitted in 


.Lhilippines - Fisheries development 


I95Ö-55 closed season 


aided IP' intense research program 


i Contents as per title, 
i 


Contents as per title. 


1 

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FAO. M 



Б'АО/59/о/б049 



2(6). 



2 4J 



Anonymous- (1959) 59-4759 

Comm.Fish«pLev. ; 21(з)с.С8 
Spain - California-type tuna clipper 
starts winter season v;itli good trip 

Contents as per title. 



РАО 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4762 ; 

Comm. Fish «Rev» » 2 1 ( 3 ) - 90 j 
Spain " RehaЪilitation of shellfish 

resources planned | 

Contents as per title. | 



FAO 



Anonymous (1959) 

Comrn. F ish. Rev. ^ 21(з):С8 

Spain ~ Cod. fishery trends 

Contents as per title = 



59-4760 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4763 

Comrn. Fish. Rev. , 21 (з): 90-1 
Spain - Tuna fiahin¿' vessels 
operating off Dakar again in 195^/59 

Contents as per title. 



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Anony-nous (1959) 59-4761 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(з)^С9 
Spain - New fisheries laboratory in 
Barcelona under construction 

Contents as per title. 



Anci.. :...-.',. (1959) 59-4764 

Coirm.FisluRev. , 21(з)..91 
Spain " Vigo fisheries trends j 
Novem'ber 195^ 

Contents a;, per title. 



РАО 



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PAO s 



,.0/59/3/6049 



:(6)г44 



Anon^mious (1959) 
Comm.Fish.llev. s 21(3);.91 


59-4705 


Апопуглоив (1959) 59-4768 
Comm. Fish. Kev., 21(з)^93 


Sweden - Herring catch for 


I95G off 


United Kingdom - First transom stern 


Iceland fair 




trawler built 


Contents as per title. 




Contents as per title. 


FAO^ 


M 


FAO¿ M 


Anon^ous (1959) 
Comm.Fish.Hev. 5 21(3)92 


59-4766 


Anonjonous (1959) 59-4769 
Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(3)'^ 93-5 


Union of South Africa - blev, 


sardine 


United Kingdom - Government plans aid 


research vessel 




to pilchard industry 


Contents as per title. 




Content's as per title. 


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M 


FAO ;; M 


Anonymous ( 1 959 ) 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21 (3): 92-3 


59-4767 


anonymous (1959) 59-4770 
Comm. Pish. Rev. 5 21(з)о95 


United Kingdom - Experiment 


s to 


United Kingdom ~ Renewal of 


extend the life of salmon 




negotiations on Iceland's fishing 
limits extension to 12 miiles proposed 


Contents as per title. 




Contents as per title. 


FAO-^ 


MF 


PAO.i M 



FAO/59/3/6Ö49 



2(6)^4 



Anonymous (1959) 59-4771 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(3)^95-6 
Venezuela - Pearl fishing grounds 
opened 

Contents as -per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-4772 

Comm.Fish. ;:ev. ; 21(3)^101-2 
Department of State ~ United States 
delivers note to Panama on 12-mile 
territorial sea lav; 

Contents as per title. 



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Godfrey J H. (1959) 
J . V/i 1 dl i f e I.'Lgm t g 
Living resources 01 

Review of 582527. 



59-4774 



23 s 245-6 
the sea 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-4775 

Carihhean ; 13¿39 

Shrimp fishing result satisfactory -- 
Sur inam 

A short note on successful shrimp 
fisheries in Surinam. Piecently 
catches have Ъоеп as high as 21 tons 
a day. 



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MF 



Jacksonj H.O. o: 
W. С Starrett 

J. Wildlife Mgmt. 



(1959) 
23 c 



59-4773 



P7-68 



Turhidity and sedimentation at lake 
Chautauqua ; Illinois 

Discussion of the role of fish 
activity & wind induced water motion 
in disturhing the "false bottom" of 
this lake 5 ?: of the role of vegetation^ 
{": examination of the effect of 
turbidity on the fish populations. 



FAOcglk 



G.C. (1959) 
w Phytol. , 50(1) 



King;, 

île 



59-4776 



Ю-0 



The nucleoli and related structures 
in the desmids 

The nucleoli of nineteen spp. from 
thirteen genera of desmids have been 
investigated J Д in these j 4 main 
types of nucleolar structure have 
been found. The activity of the 
nucleoli during mitosis íc the 
presence of nucleolar-organizing 
chromosomes is described. 



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F 



'■AO/59/8/6049 



2(6)^46 



Trainory P.R. 



(1959) 
Amer,J«Eot. ; 46:65-70 
A comparative study of soxual 
reproduction in four species of 
Chlamydomonas 

Control of sexuality of 3 spp. by tlio 
level of ammonium nitrato in the 
medium c.. data on the influence of 
nitrogen level illumination & inter- 
fertility on the sexual reproduction 
of the spp. 



FAO:tl 



59-4777 j Glover J R.E. 



Hope 5 E.R. (1959) 



59-4770 



J.geophys.Res. , 64 407-27 
Geotectonics 01 the Arctic ocean and 
the great Arctic magnetic anomaly 

A tentative description of the 
structure of the Arctic ocean floor is 
presented, in terms of recent data from 
Soviet sources r: of certain 
representative Soviet theories of 
Arctic tectonics. 2 theories of the 
great Arctic magnetic anomaly are 
compared. 



TLserh 



Hunt J J.N. 



59-4779 



(1959) 

J.geophys.Res. , 64:437-42 
On the damping of gravity v/aves 
propagated over a permeable surface 

The prohlem of the damping of small 
amplitude gravity waves propagated 
over a permeable sea bed is examined in 
terms of viscous-flow theory. 



TLcjnh 



M 



(1959 



59-4780 



J . gcophys . Res . </. 64^457-9 

The pattern of fresh-v/ater flow in 

a coastal aquifer 

Formulas are developed for the flov/ 
pattern followed by the seaward- 
moving fresh ground water as it 
nears a beach. It is found that., 
under steady flow conditions, a 
sharply defined interface is formed 
between the fresh ¿:, salt water. - 



TL: reg 



MP 



Cooper, И.И. 



Jr. (1959) 
, 642461-7 



59-4781 



J. geophys.Re; 
A hypothesis concerning the dynamic 
balance of fresh water and salt 
water in a coastal aquifer 

Theoretical study of the dispersion 
of salts produced by reciprocative 
motion of the salt-v/ater front & 
the influence of head losses on the 
distribution of salt -,;ater in the 
aquifer. 



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MF 



Ryhänen, R. (1959) 59-4782 

Suomen Kalastuslehti g 66:37-9 ■ 

[Electrical 



Sählcökal a s tus 
fishing) 



Continuation from 59-4052. 



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FAO/ 59/8/6049 



2(6)c.47 



Orpana, V. (1959) 59-4TG3 

Suomen ICalastuslehti , 66 4C'~5 
Jarvitaimenen kasvatuskokeiluista 
Keski-Suomessa (Lake trout fish- 
cultural experience in I.Iiddle Finland) 

Summary of experience gained in 
culture of lake trout in ponds of 
different size^ on different ground <•■.■ 
with, different physical-chemical 
characters of water. Grov/th ¿ 
mortalities of trout of various ag'e are 
given. 



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Fingerm.an^ M. , M.;j. Lowe 59-4786 ! 
&:. B,I. Sundararaj (1959) | 

Biol. Bull. , V/oods Ilole ^ 116(1) ЗО-6 I 
Dark-adapting and light-adapting j 
hormones controlling the distal 
retinal pigiiient of the prawn 
Falaemonetes vulgar is 

The aim of the investigation v/as to 
provide direct evid.ence for a distal 
retinal pigment dark-adapting hormone 
in Falaemonetes. 



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Chang J J.J. & 



59-47Ö., 



F.E. Johnson (1959) 
Biol. Bull., ;;oods Hole , 1i6(l).1-14 
The influence of pressure., temperature 
and urethane on the lujninescent flash 
of Mnemiopsis le idyl 

Study of pressure effect on flash 
height at constant ■^: at different 
temperatures c: influence of urethan on 
flash responses at various pressures. 



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Flemister, S.C. (1959) 59~47ö7 
Biol. Bull., yoods Hole , 116(1);37-4C 
Histophysiology of gill and kidney 
of сга,Ъ Ocypode alhicans 

Investigation of the histophysiology 
of gill? kidney -^: branchial 
epithelium of Qcypo_de alhicans was 
undertaken with the special objective 
of examining their role in the 
transfer of the chloride ion. 



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Davis J С C. 
Biol. Bull. , 



(1959) 

IToods Hole 



Osmotic liatching in 
fresh-vrater cojjepods 



the 



59-47G5 

116(1 );15-29 
eggs of some 



Giese., A.C. c"- al. (1959) 



59-4783 



DeBcription of ex"oeriments indicating 
the osmotic nature of hatching 5 test j 
of the permeability of the egg memhranecj^ 
observations on the bursting of the I 
inner egg membrane & attempts to j 
demonstrate the existence of a hatching i 
enzyme. 



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Biol . Bul l . , uOods_ jlole ^ 1 1 6 ( 1 ) :: 49-5 S 
Organic productivity in the 
reproductive cycle of the purple sea 
urchin 

Study of the increase in organic 
constituents in the gonads during 
their growth J to measure the 
organic productivity of the sea 
urchin. 



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F..-'.>/59/ö/6049 



2(6):48 



Goreau, T. P. (1959) 



59-4739 



Biol. Bull, , Woods Hole , 1l6(l):59-75 
The physiology of skeleton formation 
in corals - I. A method for measuring- 
the rate of calcium deposition Ъу 
corals under different conditions 

Description of a rapid method for 
measuring the rate of incorporation of 
calcium into the coral skeleton under 
controlled lahoratory conditions usine 
calcium-45 as tracer. Results of some 
preliminary experiments are reported. 



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Jones 5 ÏÏ.S. & 59-4792 

W.B. Burhanck (1959) 
Biol. Bull. , Voods Hole , 1 16(1 ) ^ 1 15-24 
Almyracuma proximoculi gen. et sp. 
nov. (Crustacea 5 Cuma cea) from 
hrackish v/ater of Cape Cody 
Massachusetts 

Description of the sp. y systematic 
remarks J habitat c: general ecology. 



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Green^ J.W. & al. (1959) 59-4790 
Biol. Bull., Woods Hole , 1l6(l)s76-87 
The regulation of v/ater and salt Ъу the 
fiddler crahs, Uoa pugnax and Uca 
pugilator 

Report of detailed study of the 
response of the hody fluids & tissues 
of Uca pugna X &■ U^ pugilator to 
prolonged exposure to concentrated 
sea water. 



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Jenlcins, M.M. (1959) 



59-4791 



Biol. Bull., Woods Hole , 1 1 6( 1 ) ^106-14 
The effects of thiourea and, some 
related compounds on regeneration in 
planarians 

Study of the rate of growth of a nev/ 
tail Ъу the hody, à of the time 
required for the appearance & 
development of the regenerated organs 
in the newly formed worm. 



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Kleinholz, L.H. (1959) 59-4793 
Biol. Bull., Woods Ho le, 1l6(l)r,125~35 
Purines and pteridines from the 
3"eflecting pigment of the arthropod 
retina 

Identification of chemical components 
of the reflecting pigment in the 
retina of lohsterj Homarus americanuS ; 
¿- cheli cerate, Liraulus polyphemus » 



FACitl 



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Leedalcj G.F. (l959) 



59-4794 



Biol. Bull ., Woods Hole, 1l6(l)cl62-74 
Periodicity of mitosis and cell 
division in the lïuglenineae 

Deals with the j)oriodicity of mitosis 
revealed in the 20 spp. studied in 
detail for this feature y ^c 
relationship of the periodicity to 
the day-night cycle. 



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[■^AO/59/G/6049 



2(6)c49 



Scheer^ В. T. (1959) 59-4795 

Biol «Bull., V/oods Hole , 1 1 6( 1 ) s 175-СЗ 
The hormonal control of metaЪolisra in 
crustaceans - IX. Carbohydrate 
metabolism in the transition from 
intermoult to premoult in Carcinides 
macnas 

A study of a laboratory population of 
approximately 100 specimens of the 
crab Carcinides (= Carcinus ) maenas ^ in 
which the content of total carbo- 
hydrate j total soluble polysaccharide j 
blood carbohydrate J blood lipochromes^ 
(^c total non-protein nitrogen was 



59-4795 
(Card 2) 

determined on the individuals in 
samples drav/n at intervals from the 
population. 



FAOsbts 



Stunkard, H.YJ. i: 59-4797 

J.R. Uzmann (1959) 
Biol. Bull. , Woods Hole , 1 16( 1 ). 184-93 
The life-cycle of the digenetic 
trematodej Proctoeces maculatus (Loos; 
1901) Odhnerj 1911 /Syn. F. subtenuis 



(Linton, 1907) Hanson 5 1952/^? and 
description of Cercarla aáranocerc¿ 
sp. 



n. 



Taxonomic description f.- life histories 
of the spp. which are parasites of 
clams, especially in Llytilus edulis. 



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Tartar, V. (1953) 59-479Ö 

J.ezp.Zool. , 139(1) 1-31 
Induced resorption of oral primordia 
in regenerating Stentor coeruleus 

Experimental work to test whether 
the regeneration primordium can be 
inhibited or reversed by grafting 
regenerators to non-differentiating 
stentors. 



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Ham, R.G. г^: 



59-4799 



R.E. Eakin (l95ö) 
J.e3cp.Zool, , 139(1)33-53 
Time sequence of certain physiological, 
events during regeneration in hydra 

Experimental exposure of regenerating 
hydra to appropriate inhibitors for 
short intervals at various times 
during regeneration,; from v/hich to 
demonstrate the times during the 
regenerating period at which various 
processes are active. 



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Ham, R.G. &. 59-48OO 

R.E, Eakin (1958) 
J.exp.Zool. , 139(1) ^•55-63 
Loss of regenerative capacity in 
hydra treated v;ith lipoic acid 

Detailed account of the establishm.ent 
of morphological stability in hydra 
exposed to lipoic acid which 
permanently blocks regeneration 
without any signs of toxicity to the 
or;2;anism. 



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9/ 



V6049 



2(6):50 



(1957) 

Зб(948):104 



McLellaiij K.J. & 59-4Ö01 

L. Lauzier 
Pêche mar it. ^ 
Refroidissement probable des eaux dans 
1 'Atlantiq.ue du nord-ouest (Tlio 
water in tiie nort'i-vrest Atlantic v:ill 
ргоЪаЪ1у cool dovm.) 

Long-term trends can Ъе forecast ^^п.-Ых 
some confidence. Considering the cyclic 
nature of variations in the past ■', the 
fact that a marked cooling has already- 
begun farther Horth, a net dov/nwaru 
trend in water temperatures around 
eastern Canada is predicted for the 
next 20 to 25 years. 

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Poirier, M. (1957) 59-4OO2 

Actualités mar. , 1(з)-2б-8 
L'océanographie et les pêcheries 
(Oceanography and fisheries) 

Short review of effects of temperature 
on distribution of cod J, herring & 
redf ish. 



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Gushing, J.E., G.J. Pidgway 59-4G03 

& G.L. Durall (1957) 
Biol. Bull., 'Toods Hole , 113(2)^343-4 
The preservation of intact erythrocyte; 
of marine vertebrates for blood 
group research 

Use of glycerol-freezing technique. 



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Hansen, P. 11. (1957) 



59-4004 



Copenhague , 

Piskeribiologiske unders/gelser 195^ 

(Fishery investigations in 195<^) 

Summarizes extent c: results of 
investigations in Groenland waters in 
1956 ( Annu.Proc.I.C.IT.A.F. , 7 5 1957). 
Age distribution of cod in coastal 
waters & fjords is represented in 
detail c' researches on herring, 
salmon &■ trout are incl. 



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MF 



Posgay, J. A. (1957) 



îîautilus 



The 



71(2)^55-7 

range of the sea 



59- 



-4805 



icallop 



From the north shore of the gulf of 
St. Lav/rence to Cape Hat t eras. 



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Ronald, K. (1957) 59-4806 

Canad.J.Res.(Zool.) , 35(6): 747-50 
The metazoan parasites of the gulf 
of St. Lav/rence - II» Lntobdella 
curvunca sp. nov. (Trem.atodas 
Caipsalidae) 

E. curvunca sp. nov. , trematodas 
Capsalidae, is described from 
Hippoglossus hippo g l о s sus from the 
s:ulf of St. Lawrence. 



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FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6):51 



Scattergoody L.W. (1957) 59-4007 
Fish. Ees. Bull. , Me, (2б)г108 p. 
A Ъ1Ъ11о§тарЬу of the herring ( Clupea 
harengus and Cj,_ pallasii ) 

Primarily hiology. Emphasis on 
'Ш Atlantic. Not annotated. 



Sindermann о С. 



(1957 



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J.Parasitol. J 43(5). Suppl . 42 
Myxosporidiosis in immature sea 
herring from the gulf of Maine 



59-4810 



S cat t ergo od 5 L.W. (1957) 59-4GOC 
Spec. sei. Дер. и. S. Fish Wildl. Serv. ^ 

" (227)s66 p. 
English translations of fishery 
literature. Additional listing^ 1957 

A continuation of series hegun by 
Washington State Department of 
Fisheries í: continued by the US Fish 
& Wildlife Service. 



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Sindermannj C.J, (1957) 59-4809 
Anat.Rec. , 128(з)^б22 
Mass mortalities of marine fishes in 
the gulf of St. Lav/rencoj 1954-1956 



M 



Sindermannj C.J. (1957; 



J.Parasitol. p 43(5): Suppl . 43 
Studies on the pathogenicity of 
Ichthyosporidium hof er i ^ fungus 
parasite of fishes 



59-4GII 



Smidt^ E. (1957) 59-4812 

Greenland, 1957 

De grpnlandske rejefclters 21a tur- 
historie« Rejehestand og rejefiskeri 
ved Gr/nland (The natural history 
of the Greenlandic prawn grounds. 
Pravm stock and prai'm fishery at 
Greenland) 

Sum.marizes biology of Pandalus 
boreal is in VJest Greenland waters j 
"stressing the slo\7 development in 
connection with the low temperature 01 
the sea. The prawn grounds & the 
sj^ecial community of animals inhabiting' 
it are described. The Greenland, prawn 



FAO/ 59/3/6049 



2(6):52 



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fishery is described for the 
areas. 



59-4G12 ! 
(Card 2) i 

3 main 



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ÎTorv/ay. Fiskeridirekt;^ren( 1957)59-401 6 

Bergen 

Norges fiskerier, 1955 (Fishery 

statistics of Norway 5 1955)» En 

Text ¿1 tables reporting the statistica] 
data on efforts cc yields of the 
Norwegian fisheries in 1955» Tables 
XIX & XX give data on efforts & yields 
of the fishery with lines & trawls 
respectively in the \7est-Greenland 
waters. 



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Somerville, G.M, ^c 5 9-48 1 4 

L.M. Dickie (195?) 

Circ. Atlant. biol. Sta. ; (30)с4 P» 

Offshore scallop explorations - 1957 

Describes positions & catches from 
scallop beds on St. Pierre Banl: ¿0 
eastern Nova Scotia banks. 



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Yíisej J, P. (1957) 59-4G15 

Trans.Ájner.Fish. Soc. , 

Movements of cod from New J.ersey winter 
fishing grounds to New England Ъап1:с- 

Preliminary results of tagging 
experiments ^7ith internally anchored 
Lea tags. 



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Anonymous (1957) 
Ber. V. Grönland; 



Co'ocnha g'ue 



Fiskeriernes gang i 195^ 
Greenlanders ' fisheries in 



59-4CI7 
(9) 

(The 

1956) 



A survey by districts. Incl. 
statistical tables showing landings 
& efforts y as v/ell as tables indicating' 
the commercial culling of the cod, &: 
the quantities of cod used for salt 
fish J dried fish & fillets. Also 
incl. information on; halibut, 
Greenland halibut^ wolf fish, sharks, 
salmon, lurapfish, shrimp & others. 



icnax 



MF 



Anon^-nnous (1957) 



59-4GI8 



Qab.Estudos das Pesca s Lisbon , (З4) 
Statistical account of Portuguese 



fisheries, 1938-195 6. 



En 



Pr 



111. in text, tables C- figures the 
great development of the Portuguese 
fisheries during the period 193Ö-56 
when a renewal of the fleet & a re- 
organization of the fishing industry 
resulted in an increased production. 
By far the largest part of this 
development concerns the cod fishing 
fleet, operating in the ICITAF area. 



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2(6) 



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Anonymous (1957) 59-4^19 
Y/orld Pish. , 6(4)? 40-1 
Asdic's future in fish finding 

Discussion of the use of Asdic <?c of a 
suggestion to commission of fish- 
searching vessel. 

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Hardy, E. (1957) 59-4822 

World Pish. 5 6(9) 64 
Seabirds: the Guillemot family 

Appearance J distribution & habits of 
this bird. 

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von Brandts A. (1957) 59-4Ö20 

World Pish. 5 6(4): 48-9 

Shell fishing methods in Brittany 

111. account of lobster pots à creels ^ 
Ô- crab nets. 

PAO 2 glk M 


Burdonj, T.W. (1957) 59-4О23 
World Fish. , 6(9)s7ö-G4 
Pishing is developing fast in 
Singapore 

General account of industry j grounds 
fished, methods used, disposal of 
catch. 

PAO Г. glk M 


Anonymous (l957) 59-4^21 

World Pish. , 6(9) s 44-6 

Vi^y no porbeagle shark fishery? 

Reviev/ of the results of a prospect in.';; 
cruise made Ъу the BETTY LESLIE under 
the auspices of the White Pish 
Authority & discusT-^ion of why the 
prospects v/hich it indicated v/ere not 
pursued. 

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Balls, R. (195Ö) 59-4C24 
World Pish., 7(2)262-6 
Overfishing or overfeeding? (3) 

Continuation of 59-2717? discussing 
raciationy age composition, c-, 
hydrographie changes. 

PAO Ï glk M 



PiiO/59/S/6049 



2(6)c54 



The Conservation 

Foundation (1959) 
New York, 30 



59-432: 



Annual 



report 1958 



Account of the activities of this 
foundation;, concerned with promotion 
of greater knowledge of the earth's 
resources, in the year 1958 during 
which "Living Resources of the Sea" 
Ъу Y/alfordy 582527 ^ v/as puhlished. 



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Gelfand, D.P. (Comp.) (l95o) 59-4826 
V/ashington, D. C. , 340 p. 
A Directory of Medical and Biological 
Research Institutes of the USSR 

Gives name r': address of institutions 
0; name of director, or, in the case of 
University institutions, the names of 
occupants of chairs. 



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Rosenthal, li.L., P.R. liyers 59-4828 

& M . К . Brunings ( 1 S 5 8 ) 
J.Hered. , 49:238-42 

Spinal curvature - A mutation in the 
SY/ordtail , Xiphophorus 

Describes the spontaneous appearance 
of inherited spinal curvature in 
Mexican swordtail hybrids, similar 
to that described previously for 

Lebistes. 



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Menzel, R.ïï. (1958) 59-4329 

J.Eered. , 49 ; 284 

Further notes on the albino catfish 

Record of observations of albino 
Ictalurus punctatus (Raf . ) . 



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Deacon, G.E.R. (1959) 
Unesco Chron. , 5 ( 1 -2 ) :. 5-8 
The future of marine sciences 



59-4327 



Hote on some aspects of océanographie 
research & on hov/ such research can be 
promoted, as background to the plans for 
the Unesco intergovernmental meeting^ 
1960, on international océanographie 
vessels & the developm.ent of marine 
sciences. 



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Western Australia. 59-4830 

Fisheries Department (l958) 
Monthly Service Bulletin , 7(12):141-5| 

Hotes on staff and tlieir activities ^ 
¿c on administrative actions - 
issuance of licenses etc. -.;, current 
notes on local fisheries ¿г 
miscellaneous information - drawn 
from periodicals - from abroad. 



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MF 



FAO/59/O/6O49 



2(6)^55 



Lane^ CE. (1959) 

Sea Frontiers , 5(l) 7-13 

СоЪга of the sea 



59-4G3I 



Semipopular description of Portugu.erje, 
man-of-Y/arj Fhysalia physalis ,, c- its 
poisonous effects on man й; marine 
animals. 



FiE с tl 



Î.I 



Long, E.J. (1959) 

Sea Frontiers , 5(l):.41-54 

Gold in them thar v/aves! 



59-.4834J 



Popular review of the applied 
chemistry of sea water <^" economical 
deposits on sea floor. 



FiB : tl 



Suarez-Caahroj J. A. (1959) 59~^ 
Sea Frontiers ; 5(1). 14-22 
Oceanography in СиЪа 

Notes on the available facilities 
work in progress к future plans. 



Randall 5 J.E. (1959) 
Sea Frontiers g 5(l)-55-6 
Fish imitates porcupine 



59-4Ö35 



Popular reviev/ of porcupine fish. 



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FiB z tl 



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Miller, S. (1959) 

Sea Frontiers , 5(l) '23-35 

Hidden enemy in our harbors 



59-4Ö33 I 



Popular account of ecology & life 
histories of Teredinidae, Linuioria 
« Sphaeroma ; damage done Ъу them & 
measures taken to protect marine 
structures. 



Chokder, A.H. (195^) 59-4Ö36 

Agric.Pakist. , 9^259-309 

Pond weeds of East Pakistan and their 

propagation 

A preliminary catalogue of aquatic 
plants, containing a key to the 
identification of spp. , short 
description of the forms with notes 
on propagation, distribution c- 
vernacular names. A glossary of 
botanical terms is incl. 



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2(6) 



Garcia del Cicîy P. (1957) 



59-4G37 



Inst.de Investigaciones Pesquerías ^ 

Castellón 
III Reunion зоЪге productividad у 
pesquerías (3rd meeting on 
productivity and fisheries) 

Incl. summaries of a number of 
lectures given at the meeting &■- of the 
follováng discussions. The majority 
of the lectures deal v;ith problems 
connected with the Spanish home fishery 
& v/ith relevant biological ic hydro- 
graphic researches. Incl. the follov/in/ 
paperss 59-3445 J 59-3446 ^ 59-4Ô30, 
59-4839 '^- 59-4Ô40. 

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Arte, P. (1958) 



59-4840 



In "III, Pieunion sobre Productividad 
y Pesquerías", by García del Cid, F. 
Instituto de Investigaciones 

Pesquerías, Castellón 
Ayuda que puede prestar al estudio 
de las pesquerías la anatation de las 
descargas totales en puerto 
(Possible help for the study of the 
fisheries from the annotation of 
total landings in ports) 



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Margalef, R. (1957) 59-4838 

In "III Reunion sobre Productividad y 
Pesquerías", by Garcia del Cid, P., 
Instituto de Investigaciones Pesquerías 

Castellón 
Productividad y sucesión 
(Productivity and foodchaln) 



Relief sen, G. (1957) 



59-4841 



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Suau, P. (1957) 59-4С39 

In "III Reunion sobre Productividad y 
Pesquerías", by García del Cid, P, , 
Instituto de Investigaciones Pesquerías, 

Castellón 
Previsión de cosechas por métodos 
ictiológicos (Prediction of yields 
based on biological research methods) 



J. Cons, int. Explor. lier , 2 3 ( 1 ) 
International Fisheries Convention 
1946Г, report of the Ad Hoc Committee 
established at the fourth meeting 
of the Permanent Commission, 
September 1955 

Deals v/iths I) Selectivity of meshes;, 

2) Assessment of long-term effects of 
applying various codond mesh sizes r, 

3) Assessment of imi'nediate effects of 
applying various codend. mesh sizes-; 

4) Report on size limits in relation 
to the above results;; 5) Alterations 
or additions to annex II or article 6 



59-4G4I 
(Card 2) 
of the convention, concerning v/hat 
species of fish to include in the 
list of spp, to be protected by size- 
limits •; 6) Recommendations for 
further research. Gives a clear c:. 
most valuable survey of the results 
of the researches carried out in 
con^AOction with regu.lation of 
fisheries. 



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PAO/59/0/'6O49 



2(6)357 



Long, С. Vi. & 59-4О4З 

R.A. Arzylowics (1957) 
Spec, sei. Rep.U. S. Fish Vjilal.Serv. 9 

(22GJ.17 p. 
Photographic device for accurately 
measuring fish 

A photographic measuring device using 
2 cameras Л strobe illumination is 
accurate to ± O.O5 centimeters v/ith 
ideal subjects. 



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MF 



Taylor 5 С С (1957) 



59-4846 



Spec. sci.Rop.U . S.Fish V/il a l. Serv. , 

(213) 147 p. 
History of great fishery of 
Newfoundland 

English translation of original 
article in French by П. de Loture, 
1949. 



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Meseck, G. (1957) 59-4Ö44 

Allg. Fischwirt schaftZtg. , 9(l2)o 
Seefischerei vor den Aufgaben unserer 
Zeit (Sea-fishery in relation to 
problems of our time) 

Deals in зглгапагу form with the possible 
extent to which the resources of the 
sea & especially its resources of fish 
can help mankind to meet the 
increasing demands for food. <••: rav/ 
materials. Stresses the necessity for 
close international cooperation. 2nd 
section deals more especially ?/ith the 
problems of the German fisheries cz 



Anonymous (l95ô) 59-4847 

Y.'orld Fish, g 7(5) = 39-40 
Shrimp research proves case for 
22/23 mm mesh - Comparative trials 
carried out by Burnham Lab. 

iJotico of 583 144- 



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59-4844 
(Card 2) 
their solution^ Л concludes with tho 
statement that the general trend in 
food consumption points to an 
increasing use of fish. 



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de Scissonsj M. (1958) 59-4848 
ïïorld Fish. , 7(5^50-1 
Africa's man-made lakes - Commercial 
fisheries facing problems 

Lriof description of Kariba dam (" 
discussion of its use for fisheries ^ 
referring to the problem of 
predators о gear to use^ times of 
fishing J ^- markets. 



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"AO/ 59/3/ 6 049 



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9u 



i 

i Anonymous (I958) 59-4C49 

Yforld Fish., 7(7)043,73 

The whys and wherefores of the plaice 
i transplantation experiments 

Description of the experiments & 
explanation of their purpose. 

■ 
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i 

Kanaev, V.P. (1959) 59-4352 
C.Ii.Acad.Sci.U.R.o.o. , I250III5-8 
Hovye dannye rel'efe dna 
t sent ral 'noi chasti" jiarolinskoi 
kotloviny (ilecent data on the 
bottom relief of the central part of 
the Caroline trough) 

Annotation to follov/. 

PAO с M 


Sown, J. (I95S) 59--4G5O 

ivorld Pish., 7(7)054-6 

The shark fishery of the Bass strait 

Description of the fishery, its 
ground s J boat J gear, market s 5 
production. 

PAO J glk M 


Ileprochnov, lu. P. (1959) 59-4853 
C.R.Acad.Sci.U.R.S.S. 5 125ô1119-22 


Glubinnoe stroenie ¿;emnoi kory pod 
Chernym morem к iugosapadu ot Kryma 
po seismicheskim dannym (The deep- 
seated structure of the earth crust 
underlying the Black Sea south-west 
of the Crimea from seism.ic data) 

Annotation to follow. 

РАО s M 


Singer, B. (1958) 594Ö5I 
T.'orld Pish., 7(ü);^52, S4 
A pioneer of fishery research - 
Sir D'Arcy Viientworth Thompson 

Biographic note of this scientist, 
with reference to the biography of him 
written by Ruth Thompson 

PAO . glk MP 


Sysoev, H. Ж. (1959) 59-4854 
C.R.Acad. Sei. U.R. O.S. , 125:1123-5 
teoheniakh v okeano (On 
oceanic currents) 

Annotation to follov/. 

PAO; M 



L<v.o/ 59/3/6049 



2(6):59 



Ulanovskii, I.E. 3 N.I. Tarasov59-"4255 

& lu.M. Korovin (1959) 
C.R.Acad.Sci.U.R.S.S. , 125^1137-40 
Vliianie morskikh zheludei na korrosiiu 
nerzhaveiuGhcliikh stalei (The 
effect of sea-acorns upon the corrosion 
of stainless steels) 

Annotation to follow. 



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Buznikov, G.A. (1959) 59-4Ö56 
C.R.Acad.Sci.U.R.S.S. ; 125s1170-3 
Vliianie iaitsevykh- oholochek na 
razvitie етЪг1опоу v'iuna (On the 
influence produced by egg-memhranes on 
the development of embryos of 
Misgurnus fossilis ) 

Annotation to follow. 



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Gusev, A.V. 9 E.B. Zhukov 



59-4C57 



S- lu.A. Strelkov (1959) 
C.R.Acad.Sci.U.R.S.S. / 125 с 11 74-6 
zarazhenxiosti mintaia parazitami i 
ego promyslovom ispol ' zovanii 
(On the infestation of There gra chai co - 
gramma Pal. v/ith parasites, and its use 
in fishery) 

Annotation to follow. 



Baburinaj E.A. ¿c 59-4Ö58 

I.D. Ko val с va (1959) 
C.R.Acad.Sci.U.R.S.S. ; 125^1349-52 
otroenie setchatki g'iaz kaspiiskikh 
kilek (The structure of the eye 
retina in Caspian Clupeonellae) 

Annotation to follow. 



FAOr, 



Goriacheva, G.I. 



(195 



9) 



59-4S59 



C.R.Acad.Sci.U.R.S.S. , 125.135^-3 
svoeohraznom al 'goíoQ-icheskom tipe 
ravninnoi reki (On the peculiar 
algological type of a plain river) 

Annotation to follow. 



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Dragomirov, N.I. (1959) 59-4860 
C.R.Acad.Sci.U.R.S.S. , 125 s 1374-7 
Razvitie sistemy neiroepitelial 'nykh 
follikulov u lichinok aral'skogo 
s hipa Acipenser nud iventris L. 
(The development of the system of . 
neuro-epithelium follicles in larvae 
of the Aralian Acipenser nudiventris 
Lov. ) 

Annotation to follo-.T. 



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PAO/59/Ö/6049 



2(6)^60 



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Buznikov, G. A. (1959) 59-4061 
C»R.Acad.Sci.U.R.S.S. , 125: 1382-5 
funkt sional 'nom znaciienii 
gialuroniàazy v ikre kostistykh гуЪ 
(On the functional role of hyaluro- 
nidase in the eggs of Teleostei) 

Annotation to followo 



Tanaka j J . 



59-4864 
у 24:601-7 



FAO; 



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(195Ö) 

Bull» Jap. Soc« sei .Fish. 

(On the stock of Octopus ( Octopus ) 

vulgaris Lamarckj on the east coast 

of Boso peninsula J Japan). 

Ni En 

Biological study using statistical 
data of the octopus fisheries (T-, 
hased upon the number of specimens 
taken in Uchiura Ъау near Kominato ^ 
dealing with migrating groups ^ 
maturation^ breeding season^ growth 
in weight J length- weight relation ^ 
diminution of the stock from. 



Craddock, J.M. à 59-4об2 

CA. S. Lowndes (195Ö) 
Prof. Ilotes met. Off., Lond. , (l26) 
A synoptic study of anomalies of 
surface air temperature over the 
Atlantic half of the northern 
hemisphere 



59-4864 
(Card 2) 
fishing & comparing the efficiency 
of octoijus pot & handline. 



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Hartman J Y/.B. (I95Ö) 



59-486: 



Bull.Peahody Mus. , (12):155 p. 
Natural history of the marine sponges 
of southern New England 



Boij T. (1958) 



59-4З66 



Bull.Jap.Soc. sei. Fish. ^ 24^608-12 
(a trial on estimating the abundance 
of population of the Pacific saury 
Cololabis saira (Breevoort) ). 

Ni En 

Estimate of population parameters on 
the assumptions that natural 
miOrtality did not change greatly in 
recent years ¿z that fluctuations in 
recruitment are influenced by 
océanographie conditions. 



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FAO/59/Ö/6O49 



2(6)гб1 



Yasuda, H. (195Ö) 59-4-367 

Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. ; 24g613-5 
(implications of the scale ring - I. 
The phenomenon of unformed rings on 
the scales). lli En 



Observations on scales of Carassius 
carassius given insufficient foodp 
v/ith regard to position & numher of 
rings formed on scales at different 
positions on the hody. 



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Nakagomcj J, (195Ö) 59-4870 
Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. , 24сб22-5 
(Periodical changes of fishing 
condition and hody-length formation j 
relations between both changes, and 
the betv;oen northern and southern 
fishing a,reas of big eyed tuna around 
Midv/ay, Hawaii J Marshall and Fanning 
islands). Hi En 

Rate of catchy ¿: fork-length 
frequency composition of catchp by 
areas J v/ith discussion of the areas 
from which recruits arc dravm. 



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Choe, S. 



59-4868 



Y. Ohshima (1958) 
Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. , 24s6l6-9 
(The effect of transplantation on tin 
growth and shell form of the stunted 
Japanese little necked clam. Tapes 
japónica Deshayes). HI En 



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Iviitani, F. (1958) 59-4871 

Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish . ^ 242 626-31 
(studies on the grovrth and age of the 
yellow-tail. Serióla cuinqueradiata 
T. Ô". S. ;, found in Japan and the 
adjacent region - I. A fundamental 
consideration on age estimation by 
vertebrae). lli En 

Description of the measurements made 
& tabulation of results as range, mean 
ê: standard deviation c'": coefficient of 
variation, of each of the 3 measured 
X)arts in each centrum, of the vertebral 
column of a fish 80 cm in fork length. 
SJHsglk M 



litaka, Y. (l958) 59-4-869 

Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. , 24:620-1 
On the v/eight of v/ebbing in water 



Takada, K. & 



59-4872 

Nishimoto (1958) 
Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish« , 24^632-5 
(Studies on the choline in fish - I. 
Content of choline and the similar 
substances in fishes). Ni En 

Choline-content was estimated for 
white ¿ red muscles c: viscera of 
various fishes of migrating & demersal 
habits - Tr a churus japonicus ^ 
Pagrosmus ma j or ^ Boryteuthis hlackeri, 
Sphyrna zygaena , Cyprinus carpió о: 
Scomber japonieus . Its seasonal 
variation was also measured. 



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2(6)c62 



Takada J К. 5: 59-4073 

J. Nishimoto (1958) 
Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish, » 24"бЗб-9 
(studies on the choline in fish - II. 
Decomposition of choline during the 
spoilage of fish meats). Ni En 

Experimental search for the original 
suhstance of TIÍA in freshv/ater & 
marine fish. 



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Saito, K. c: 59-4376 

M. Sameshima (195Ö) 
Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. , 240648-50 
Studies on the hiochemical change 
in fish muscle - IX. On the proteolj^tic 
activity of ordinary and dark muscle). 
îTi En 

Studies on Cyprinus car pió ^ Scomber 
tapeinocephalus ^ Tr с churus japonicus ^ 
Sphyraena nigripinnus , . G'hrysophrys 
major j Mustelus grisous . 



SJHsglk 



MF 



Hashimoto, Y. & 59-4874 

T. Okaichi (1958) 
Bull. Jap. So с sei. Fish. , 24s640~4 
Trimethylamine oxide in fish muscle - 
I. The origin of trimethylamine oxide 
in goldfish muscle 

Determination of TîvîO & TíáA in the 
muscle of Carassius auratus when fed 
diets free of or containing Tî.lO. 



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Hashimoto, Y. & 59-4875 

T. Okaichi (1953) 
Bull. Jap. So с . sei. Fish. ^ 24 s 645-7 
Trimethylamine oxide in fish muscle - 
II. Trimethylamine oxide in the muscle 
of eels kept in fresh and brackish 
v/ater 

Examination of the effect of diet L 
chlorinity of the medium on the TîvîO 
concentration in the muscle of 
Anguilla rostrata . 



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MF 



Kikuchi, T. Л al. (1953) 



59-4877 



Bull. Jap. Soc. s ci. Fish . y 24s651-5 
(Polarographic studies of- protein 
contained in aquatic animal - II. 
Specific difference shov/n in protein 
wave ) . Ni En 

Comparative observations of the wave 
were made using 2 kinds of 
ammoniacal cohaltic solutions 
respectively containing divalent c- ■ 
trivalent cohalt. 



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Suyama, Ы. (1958) 59-4878 

Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. , 24» 656-9 
(Changes in chemical compositions 
during the maturation of rainoow 
trout eggs). Ni En 

Measurement of moisture , pH value, 
total nitrogen, non-protein nitrogen, 
protein nitrogen, ether extractives, 
alcohol-chloroform extractives (crude 
lipides), lipide-phosphorus, lipide- 
nitrogen, ash, ä consideration of 
values ohxained against maturity as 
indicated Ъу egg diameter & percentage 
that ovary weight was 01 hody v/eight. 
SJHsglk P 



^AO/ 59/8/6049 



2(6)^63 



Suyama, M., Ы. Kaneko 59-4-279 

& H, Oma ta (l95o) 
Bull. Jap. Soc« sei. Fish. ^ 24s 660-2 
( Changes in amino acid composition of 
protein during the maturation of 
rainbow trout eggs). IJi En 

Contents as per title. 



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Migitay M. êz 59-4ouO 

S. Otake (1958) 
Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. , 24^663-70 
(Influence of urea upon the binding 
of some ionic dyes to proteins). 
Ш En 

Use of equilibrium dialysis to 
examine the influence of urea on the 
binding of methyl orange ¿c methylene 
blue to fish "actomyosins". 



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ilirao, S. c: al. (I95G) 59-4882 
Bui l .Jap> So c. sei. Fish. ^ 2 4 s 6 7 6-8 
(Study on the green .neat of tuna - II. 
Quantitcitive differences of vitamin В 
group and minerals in kidney between 
gTeen and normal bodies of yellowfin 
tuna). IJi En 



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Hiraoj S. ^:. al. (195Ö) 59-4833 

Bull. Jap »Soc. sei. Fish . , 24 с 679-81 
(Studies on. the greeii meat of tuna - 
III. A simple method to distinguish 
greened body from normal one before 
cooking) . îii J2ii 



SJÏÏÔX 



I 



Hirao, S. ¿: al. (1958) 59-4881 | 
Bull. Jap. See. sei. Fish. , 24-671-5 \ 
(study on the g-reen meat of tuna - I. 
Quantitative differences of vitamin 
Б group and m.inerals between the green 
and the normal meat of precooked tiina)< 
Ni En 



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Ando 9 Y. & 

К. Inoue (1958) 
Bull ° Jap. Soc. sei. Fish« ; 
udies on gro\^rfch and 



59-4884 



24 0682-6 
toxin 



Ist 

production of Clostridium botulinum 
type E in fish products - II. On the 
nutritional requirements of 
Clostridium botulinum -^ype Б). 
Hi En 



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FAQ/ 59/8/6049 



2(6)^64 



Tanakay 1С. (1959) 59-4ÖÖ5 j 

Bull.Jap.Socsci.Fisli» ^ 24-701-4 | 

(a study on the culture of the 
conchocelis of Porphyra t eñera on the 
tottom of the sea) . Ni En 

Study carried out to estahlish the 
artificial culturing method of the 
conchocelis phase ^ using oyster shell.? 
as substrate J giving observations on 
the development of the filamentous 
thalli. 



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Asakawa, S. (1959) 59-48Ô8 

Bull.Jap. Soc, sei. Fis h. , 2 4:. 7 14-8 
(Studies on freshness determination of 
fish meat by the distillation ratio 
of volatile acids - IX. On the 
applicability of D.R. value to the 
determination of the freshness of 
oyster). Ni En 



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Kohayasi, H. (1959) 



59-40C6 



Bull. Jap. Soc. sci.Fiüh. ; 24з705-7 
(Studies on the scales of scorpaenoid 
fish&s - II. Peculiarity in scale 
character of rock fish Apistus 
carina tus (Bloch et Schneider) ). 
Ш En 

Contents as per title. 



Hashimoto^ К. Г- 59-4889 

F. Matsuura (1959) 
Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. , 24 Л 19-23 
i.Iul tiple hemoglobins in fish 

Bemonstration of the presence of 
these haemoglobins in Serióla 
quinqueradiata , Мака ira mitsukurii y 
Oncorhynchus keta ? Sain o irideus S: 
Cyprinus carpió . 



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liitani, F. (1959) 59-4GG7 

Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fis h. , 24г 708-13 
(On the spavming shoals of the yello^7- 
tail у Serióla quinqueradiata T. с- S. ^ 
migrating to the Banjo islands in tho 
east China Sea). HI En 

Observations on the gonads of this sp. , 
caught in April &. May^ related on length 
à weight composition of catches & 
environmental conditions. 



Hashimoto, K. à 59-4890 

F. Matsuura (1959) 
Bull .Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. ; 24-724-9 
Comparative studies on two hemoglobins 
of salmon 



Separation of 2 components was 
effected by means of a zone electro- 
phoresis ¿c some properties such as 
electrophoretic behaviour, heat 
coagulability J S:. solubility \Yere 
comqoared between these components. 



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SJHokh 



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FAO/5::/ö/6049 



2(6)^65 



îlatsuura, P« , К. Hashimoto 



59-4G9I 



& N. Haruta (1959) 
Bull.Jap. Soc, sei. Fish. , 24 :: 730-4 
( Chern i cal st udi e a on the red muscle. 
("Chiai") of fishes - IX. Heat 
coagulaЪility of red muscle myoglobin 
and hlood hemoglobin). _Ni En 

Experimental determination of" the 
characteristics of the heat coag-ulation 
curves of the follovfing spp. ;: Thunnus 
Orientalis , Мака ira mitsukurii ; 
Katsuwonus vagan s y Serióla q uinque - 
radiata, Colo lah i s _s_aira c, Scomber 
jajDonicus . 
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Toyomizu, M., N. Enomoto 59-4^94 i 
с Y. Tomiyasu (1959) j 

Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish . g 24:743-8 j 
(Preparation of quaternary ammonium 
salts from fish oil and their 
antibiotic action). ITi En 



Katada 



K. Zama 



59-4O92 



& H. Igarashi (1959) 
Bull. Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. , 24;735-8 
(Lipids of the muscle of tuna^ Thynnus 
oriental is - V. Further researches on 
the phosphoaminolipids) . Ni Sn 

Isolation ¿: identification of 
components by paper chromatography & 
other techniques. 



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Zama, K. <> M. Katada 59~4ü93 

& H. Igarashi (l959) 
Bull. Jap. Soc. soi. Fish. ^ 24:739-42 
(Egg lipids of a salmons On cor hyn chu s 
keta - II. Conjugated lipids from sainen 
eggs). Ni En 

Unfertilized & fertilized (after 24 
hours) salmon eggs 5 previously treated 
with acetone, v/ere successively 
extracted with ethanol , petroleum ether; 
à finally with boiling ethanol to yield 
lecithins, cephalins & sphingolipids. 



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Sai to 5 T. 5 K. Aral 



59-4895 



S: M. Matsuyoshi (l959) 
Bull.Jap.Soc. sei. Fish. , 24^^749-50 
A new method for estimating the 
freshness of fish 



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Migita, 



J. MatsuLioto 



59-4896 



Ô: N. Aoe (1959) 
Bull.Jap.Soc. sei. Fish. , 24^751-9 
A comparative study on the 
extraetability of muscle proteins of 
some animals 

Comparison of the amounts of water- 
extractable proteins f- non-myosins of 
m.uscles of various molluscs, 
Crustacea 8: fish - freshwater & 
marine -j with measurement of relative 
intensity of streaming birefringence 
of the proteins in water ¿r. salt 
extracts. 
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№ 



2(6)c66 



Shimizu, С. ¿- 59--4o97 

T. Pukuhara (1959) 
Bull.Jap. S oc , sei. Fish. , 24^760-4 
(The catalytic action of blood and 
blood pigment on the oxidation of 
unsaturated fatty acid and hydrocarbon) .| 
Ni En 

Examination of the oxidative activity 
of the blood of Scomber tapeinocephalus ! 
Bl e eke r • 



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Yokosekij M, (1959) 



5 9- 48 9 С 

Bull.Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. , 24:7^5-9 
(Studies on the internal spoilage of 
fish-jelly products - III. Measurement 
of oxidation-reduction potential in fii3l: 
jelly products), ÎJi En 



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Higa Shi J H. ¿: al. (1959) 59-4099 
Bull.Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. , 24s 770-5 
( The pantothenic acid content of fish 
and shellfish), Ш En 

'Phe pantothenic acid (PA) content in the 
tissues of various kinds of fish and 
shellfish has been determined by micro- 
biological assay - SkeggS;, H,R. & 
?/right, L.D.J 1944 - using Lacto - 
bacillus arabinosus as the test microbe. 



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Higashij H. P-^ al. (1959) 59-4900 
Bull.Jap. Soc. s ci. Fi G h._ ¡ 24^7 7 6-80 
(The folic acid content of fish and 
shellfish). Ni En 

Microbiological estimation of the 
amounts of folic acid (FA) has been 
carried out by the use of 
Streptococcus faecal i s as the test 
microbe. 



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Hirao, S, & 59-4901 

R. Kikuchi (1959) 
Bull.Jap. Soc. sei. Fish, ^ 24 ^'781-4 
( Fluor oderminy a nev/ fluorescent 
hydrocarbon in the skin of fishes). 
Ni En 

Contents as per title. 



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Aikele, E. ôz al. (195^) 59~4902 
Agenor-Verlag y Franl:f u r t/Main g 240 p< 
Handbuch der Lochkarten-Organisation 
(Handbook of punch card methods) 

Describes various kinds of punched 
cards for data storage à processingj 
^ the machines for handling them. 
Incl. theory of data storage & 
retrieval. 



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2(б),:б7 



Bottemanne, C.J. (1959) 



59-4903 i 



Amsterdam; ITorth-Holland Ри.Ъ1.Со. ; 677 J?'f 
Principles of fisheries development 

Account of many aspects of marine 
fisheries considered from an economist's 
vievrpoint, analysing the structure Í: 
dynamics of fisheries, .^.:. the conditions 
& means of their development. 



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Ы 



59-4905 
(Card 2) 
"error of the 1st kind" - & is 
puhlished. These are seldom verified 
by independent replication. Possibiliij 
thus arises that the literature 
consists in part of false 
conclusions resulting; from errors of 
the 1st kind in statistical tests of 
significance. 



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Hardy, A. (1959) 59-4904 

London, Collins , 322 p. 

The open sea г its natural history - II. 
Fish and fisheries 

Continuation of "The Open Sea: The 
'Jorld of Plankton". Chapters on herring, 
plaice, gadoids c: other fishes in ITorth 
Sea - other waters fished by British 
vessels;; parasites;; overfishing;; 
reptiles & marine mammals;, benthos; 
fishing methods; place of ecology in 
fisheries research. 



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Sterling, T.D. (1959) 59-4905 

J. Amer. statist. Ass. , 54(285)330-4 
Publication decisions and their 
possible effects on interferences dravm 
from tests of significance - or vice 
versa 

In fields where statistical tests of 
significance are commonly used, 
research which yields nonsignificant 
results may not be published. Such 
research, being unknov/n to other 
investigators, may be repeated 
independently until eventually by 
chance a significant result occurs - an 



IlacKinnon, ÏÏ.J. (1959) 59-4907 
J. Amer. statist. Ass> ; 54(285 ): I64-72 
Compact table of twelve probability 
levels of the symmetric binomial 
cumulative distribution for sample 
sizes to 1 ,000 

A useful table for testing hypotheses 
based on the binomial probability 
p = 1/2, used in Fisher's sign test 
6. tests between correlated proportions 



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Prit chard, D.U. ¿г 59-4908 

R.E. Bunce (1-959) 
T e ch . Rer, . Che saiD eake Bay Inst. , ( 1 7 ) - 

87 p/ 
Physical and chem.ical hydrography of 
the Magothy river 

Fresh v/ater inflow, distribution of 
S^è, T, O2 à pH current velocities at 
the mouth of Magothy river •&. 
computation of exchange rates. 
Oceanographical data given as graphs. 



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2{6)i6Q 



Fischer, Ст. (1959) 59-4909 I 

Teiius, .ii(ib6o-76 ; 

Ein numerisches Verfahren zur Errechnung; 
von Vvindstau und Gezeiten in Randmeeren ■ 
(A numerical procedure for computation 
of piling up by winds and tides in 
adjacent seas). En 

A finite difference method for 
determining v/ater heights à movements 
in adjacent seas is developed. The 
vertically integrated equations of 
motion & the continuity equation are 
transformed into an explicit system of 
difference equations, v/hich are solved 



59-4909 
(Card 2) 
stepvv^ise in time with an electronic 
computer. 



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Fonselius, S. & 59-4911 

G. Ostlund (1959) 
Tellus, 11(1)Л7-32 
Natural radiocarbon measurements on 
surface v/ater from the North Atlantic 
and the Arctic Sea 

An apparatus for the extraction of 
сагЪоп dioxide from 100 liters of sea- 
water using carhonate-free sodium 
hydroxide solution as ahsorhant liquid 
& its performance is described. A test 
series of 6 sea water samples is 
presented. 



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Mayer, A.M. c?: 59-4912 

A. Poljakoff -МауЪег (1959) 
Physiol. PI ant. , 12(1)g8-14 
The phototactic behaviour of 
Chlamydomonas snowiae 

Dependence of phototactic behaviour 
of Chlamydomonas on temperature, 
length of illumination, its intensity 
Si wave length a- effects of m.etabolic 
inhibitors on the -phototaxis. 



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Bergquist, P.L. (1959) 59-4913 
Physiol. Plant. , 12(l):30-6 
The effect of cations and anions on 
the respiration rate of the brown 
alga, Ilormosira banlisii 



Contents as per title. 



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M 



Cordes, ÏÏ. С. (1959) 59-4914 
Physiol. Plant. , 12(1):: 62-9 
Description and physiological 
properties of lipid-containing, 
non-chlorophyllous cells in Elodea 

Description of the morphological 
appearance of these cell s ¡, their 
responses to & aifinity for various 
non-vital stains Л some of their 
physiological properties. 



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2(6), 69 



(1959) 



Shaw, J. T. & ■ ■ 59-4915 

G.R. Garrison 
J.ft^eophys.Res. ; 64 
Formation of thermal microstructure in 
a narrow embayment during flushing 



533-9 



Schiller^ C.ïï. (Ed.) (1957) 59-4918 
International Univ.Pre^s s^ Inc. » 



Thermal microstructure formations ¡, 
coincident with the occurrence of 
flushing in a narrow Puget Sound 
em.hayment y have been observed & 
measured with a high-sensitivity probe. 



TLô jts 



lîew York. 



32ir 



p, 



Instinctive behavior - The developmcni 
of a modern concept 

Assemblage of translations of papers 
of historical significance to this 
fieldy chosen to ill. the development 
of behavioural studies from early 
speculations to modern methods of 
experimental analysis. Reference is 
made to Eetta splendenS g Nannacara 
annomala & Hemichromis bimaculatus. 



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MP 



Dean, L.A. (1959) 59-4916 

J.geophys.Res. , 64s З85 
The use of long-range streamflow 
forecasts in the control of the 
Columbia river power system 

Abstr. of paper presented at Pacific 
Northwest Regional Meeting, Portland > 
Oregon p November 13-14? 1958. 



TLssjh 



Anonymous (l959) 
ITew Scient. , 5,1174 
Plotting the áecx) currents 



59-4919 



Note on plans for cooperative study 
of counter-currents under the Gulf- 
stream by National Océanographie 
Institute of UK ".: 7/oods Hole 
Océanographie Institute y USA. 



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M 



Kuehl, D.W. (1959) 



59-4917 



J.geophys.Res. ^ 64^585 

Use of electronic computers in water 

supply forecasting 

Abstr. of paper presented at Pacific 
Northwest Regional Meeting, Portland; 
Oregon, November 13-14? 1958. 



TL'Sjh 



Anonymous (1959) 
Now Scient > , 5.1202 
Exploring a drovmed port 



59-4920 



Short note on work of SEA DIVER II, 
Anerican vessel specially built for 
undersea archaeological research à 
fitted Y/ith magnetic detectors, 
pressure hoses for mud clearing à 
diving eq_uipment. 



ar. 



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2(6) 



70 



Huokuna, К. (1959) 



59-4921 



FiskTiáskr,Finl. , (l).28-r30 

Om fislanärkningar (On ta¿:ging of 

fish) 

Reviev/ of the history of tagging.; its 
use in fisheries research; review of 
tagging of various spp. in Finland c-. the 
types of tags used. 



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MF 



Kajosaarij II. (1959) 59-4922 

FiskTidskr.Finl. . '( 1 ) : 30-1 
Ensomrig karp fran Sovjetunionen 
(One summer old carp from USSR) 

Description of the method of transport 
of live carp in plastic hags from USGR 
to Finland, 



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Lindroth, A. (1959) 59-4923 

Svensk FiskTidskr. , 68 с 27-8 
Anteckningar om sikungars heteende 
(notes on the behaviour of the larvae 
of whitefishes) 

Observations on the movement & feeding 
habits of Co re go nus lavaretus ^.z C. 
nasus larvae y born in hatchery. 



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MF 



Nilssons 1\'.E. (1959) 59-4924 
Svensk FiskTidskr. g 68 s 34 
En enl^el elektrisk spärranordning for 
fisk (a simple electrical barrier 
for. fish) 



Description of 
brook. 



barrier in a small 



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ITilsGon, N.... (1959) 59-4925 
Svensk FiskTidskr. ; 68 s 43-7 
Under isen (Under the ice) 

Popular review on availability of fish 
food organisms in icecovered lakes. 



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Cronin^ L.E. (1958) 



59-4926 



Chesapeake Biologica l Labo ratory, 36 p 
Иаг /land Department of Research and 
Education - Annual report 195'T 

Section reprinted from 14th Annu.Rep. 
I:d Bd nat.Resour . Organisation ¿c 
staff of department; account of 
Chesapeake bay studies on shellfish - 
oysters c" clams -, crabs, fish & 
fisheries - white perch, fish eggs & 
larvae, freshwater fish distribution, 
yellow perch, Patuxent river fishes, 
striped bass, oonmercial catch 
programme -, c": hydrogra}phy; 
Chincoteague bay studies^ Inland 



F..O/59/B/6049 



2(б)Л1 



59-4926 I 

(Card 2) ; 

Resources Division work on pond & 

lake fish populations. Conservation 

education; puЪlications;; budget. 



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MP 



,'oodj J.W. & 



59-4928 



E.J. Ordal (1958) 
Contr.Fish Comm.Ore. , (25);38 p. 
Tuberculosis in Pacific salmon and 
steelhead trout 

Pathology à hacteriology of this 
disease in Oncorhynchus spp. ¿: Salmo 
gairdnerii . Quantitative studies in 
Oregon rivers L hatcheries; 
observations of marked & sexually under 
developed fish. 



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MF 



Tur nhu 11 -Kemp J P.l:;t.J. (l958)5i 
Bhod.agric.J. , 55(6) :, 637-40 
Trout in Southern Rhodesia 



-930 



There is an increased use of copper 
sulphate for control of intermediate 
hosts of trematode flukes 5 Cercarla 
spp. 5 as a rule Rhodesian trout 
waters are exceptionally soft -'■ v/hen 
copper sulphate is applied j mortality 
may he expected if concentrations 
exceed 3»0 1. As concentrations of 
3.01 are not effective against 
mollusca i: Cer carica ; it ap; ears that 
the use of cop'per sul'ohate for the 



59-4930 
(Card 2) 

purpose in view must he dangerous 
to trout. 



sta 



Duhey, G.P. (1959) 
Indian Pfag, 8(11) ¿6-9 



59-4929 



For its fish 
on Narmada 



leedc M.P. can now depend 



Narmada R. in Madhya Pradesh ^ India ^ 
is an important source of adult table 
fish as well as young of major carps. 
The river also abounds in Mahseer. A 
judicious <?: extensive exploitation 
of the potential offered by the river 
is required. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-4932 

Venezuela Up-to-date ; 9(2)^7 
Trout now firmly planted in Andean 
waters 

Trout 5 1st introduced into the 
Venezuelan Andes in 1930 - laguna de 
Mucubajíy a small mountain lake in 
Mérida state -^ has been acclimatized 
in 6 lakes in this area., '" is now inc]}. 
in the diet of the people. The 
Ministry of Agriculture ¿: Livestock ig 
constructing 2 dams J 1 to elevate the 
Y/ater level of L. Mucubajiy - the 
other to harness the St. Dominpro R. <?- 



♦ 



-0/59/8/6049 



2(6):72 



шятшяЕЕштйатшвт 



create an artificial lake 
Victoria Valley, Mêrida. 



59-4932 
(Card 2) 

in La 



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Anon^TTious (1959) ' 59-4934 

Hews Big. s 10(2)c43-4 
Transformation of Kerala's fishing 
industry- 
Introduction of mechanized fishing off 
the Kerala coast j India j training of 
local fishermen in plying these crafty 
hoat-building <-^ the setting up of an 
ice r"-, cold storage plant are some of the 
major achievements of the Indo-ITorwegiar 
Fisheries Project. 



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Spaas, J.T. (1959) 59-4935 

Bull. agrie. Congo helge , 50 (1). 11 7-30 
La pisciculture intensive dans le Haut-- 
Katanga (intensive pisciculture in 
the Upper Katanga) 

Results of exploitation of 5 fish ponds 
with Tilapia siDp. in the Wangermee 
valley^ Upper Katanga, Belgian Congo 5 
are reported. Some recommendations arc 
given after comparison of the amount of 
distrihuted food c'- the j-^i'^'-'^-'^ction of the 
ponds. 



ta 



Anonymous (1959) 
Peking Rev. , 2(6): 13-4 
A visit to Shunteh count: 



59-4936 



Fish-hreeding in ponds was 
traditionally a main occupation of 
Shunt eh Ç, near Canton-city j China. 
Ahout 2 fifths of the county's 
cultiv-ited area are given over to Ъу 
fish ponds. Some improvements in fish 
cultivation are descrihed. 



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(1959) 



59-4937 



Kumar J R* 

Indian r^g, 0(10) '^30-9 

Shells can bring m.orc foreign 

exchange 

2 shell-spp.j Tro chu s niloticus S- 
Turbo marmoratus are of commercial 



importance for the Andaman & ÎTicobar 
islands. The studies of the 
zoological survey of India on 
breeding habits ^ age at maturity, 
longevit;/ S: natural enemies of these 
shells are briefly suinnariaed & an 
estimate is made of the density of 
poiDulation. Recommendations on fishery 
management c': fishing methods. 
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Postel, E. (195Ö) 59-4938 

Etud. Outre-Il er, 41(5) 175-GO 
Recherches et industries annexes des 
pêches maritimes dans les territoires 
d'Outre-Mer (Research ¿z industrie!; 
annex to marine fishery in the French 
overseas territories) 

Reviev/ of the technological research 
f the industries connected with marin« ( 
fishery in the French overseas 
territories. Some recommendations are 
given for expanding research by the 
ORSTOM. (Office de la Recherche 
Scientifique et Technique Outre-Mer). 
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2(б)а73 



Gulland, J. A. (195Ö) 59-4939 

Proc.Hutr .Soc. ; 17.132-6 

The conservation of fish stocks 



A short J non-mathematical J Ъut clear 
account of the ap'jlication of 
population dynamics to regulation of 
fisheries to increase yields & in oth 
\4ays to improve the industry. Special 
reference to ÎÎ. Sea demersal fisherio 



Burnet J A.Iá.E. (1959) 



59-4942 



or 



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M 



Ohmiy II. (195Ö) 



M em . Fa с . Fi sh . Hoklca ido Un i v . 



59-4940 
б(1)с6б p, 



The species of Grácil aria and Gracila - 
riopsi s from Japan and adjacent waters 

Description of the spp. with key for 
taxonomic determination ^z notes on 
economic importance of the spp. , incl. 
chemical composition <^ methods for 
crude agar manufacture. 



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Taylor J F.W. (1959) 59-4941 

W.Z. J. Sei. , 2(l):4l-5 

Measurement of flow in a small stream 

In connection with a research project 
at Taita experimental station ^ it v/as 
necessary to huild a flow meter to 
iiiedtoUx-ö s or earn flows ranging from 0'02 
to 10 cusecs & recording accurately at 
lev/ flows. The design;, constructionj f-^ 
operation of a suitahle flow meter are 
descrihed. 



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H. Z_._J ._Sci^ ? 2(1)46-56 

Electric fishing v/ith pulsatory direct 

current 

Outlines further development of 
machine described Ъу author in 1952, 
it is a larger versionj powered Ъу 
gasoline engine J "., trials v/ere made on 
hrown trout & eels in a small Nev/ 
Zealand stream. Comioarison of 
experimental fishing mortalities - by 
Бе Lury ' s method of cumulative 
catches - Ъу various pulses & 
cor.hinations^ attractive effect Ъу 
galvanotaxis <"■ Ъу forced swimming. 
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Skerman^ T.M. (1959) 
IT. Z.J . Sei. , 2(1). 57-94 
Llarine fouling at the port of 
Auckland 



59-4943 



show abundance^ seasonal 
-. growth on non-toxic test 



Experiment 

settlement 

panels of the principal spp.: diatoms ;, 

hydroidsj polyzoaj serpulids, molluscs 

harnacles Í. ascidians. 



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Barherj ÎLF. (1959) 59-4944 

II. Z.J. Sei. , 2(l)i99-10u . 
A proposed method of surveying the 
wave state of the open ocean 

Directional spectrum of waves <?; sv/ell 
might Ъе estimated quickly Ъу an 
aircraft carrying a swept-frequency 
radar working at frequencies between 
1lic/s or. 10Mc/s c: using a long trailing 
aerial to get directivity. A system of 
floating buoys is also describedj which 
may serve to measure the directional 
spectrum when the radio aircraft is to 
Ъе calibrated experimentally against 
knovm sea-states. 
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2(6)^74 



Hurley, D.E. (1959) 
N.Z.J. Sei. , 2(1). 137-47 
Some features of the Ъentllic 
environment in Cook strait 



59-4945 



Underv/ater photographs taken durin¿^ 
investigations on the nature of the 
sea-floor are of interest in inter- 
preting the ecology of the outer sub- 
littoral henthic communities. The more 
important photographs are reproduced 
v/ith commentary <?: discussion. 
Aggregations of ophiuroids shown in 
several photographs are similar to 
concentrations of ophiuroids reported 
from the North Atlantic. 
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Martineau, D.P. (1959) 59-4946 
Program Paper presented at the Fortieth 
Annual Meeting of the American Geophys . 

Un., VJashington, May 4-7? 1959 
The Gulf stream as an equival ent-haro- 
trophic system 



The cross-stream J seasonal, ¿••. down- 
stream variations are discussed from 
the results of the analysis of selected 
sets of hydrographie sections across 
the current. 



:agu 



Stev/art, H.B.J Jr., GiG. 59-4948 f 

Salsman ¿. A.J. Goodheiirt (1959) | 

Program Paper presented at t he For tie tl l 



Annual Meeting of the А л er i can Geophys 



Un. ^ Washington, May 4-7 9 1959 
Surface and subsurface rotary currents 
measured at the outer edge of the 
continental shelf 

Analyses of half hourly current 
observations in various depths made 
from anchored Roberts radio current 
buoy at the outer edge of the 
continental shelf near Georges Banl-c. 
Incl. also analyses of ó-hourly BT 
lov/erings for discovery of internal wav^ 
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Earl eman . D . E . F . à 



J. M.. Jordaan, Jr. (1959) 



59-4949 



Program Paper presen ^.ed at the Fortieth 



Annual Meeting of the Aa orican Geophys 



Un. ^ V/ashington, May 4-7? 1959.. 
Density effects on time-dependent 
turbulent diffusion in an idealized 
estuary 

Experimental investigations of 
density effects on turbulent diffusion. 



itl 



MF 



Neumann, G. (1959) 



59-4947 



Program Paper presented at the Fortieth 
Annual Meeting of the American Geophys . 

Un. ^ Y/a s h i ngt on /May 4-7, I939 
On the dynamical structure of the Gulf 
stream as an equivalent-barotrophic flo\j 

Investigation of the main features of 
the Gulf stream & its horizontal- 
velocity profile by treating the stream 
as a non-accelerated equivalent baro- 
trophic flow, determined by pressure, 
Coriolis & frictional forces. 



Prit chard, D.ÏÏ. (1959) 59-4950 
Program Paper presented at the Fortietli 



Annual Me eting of the A'ncrican Geophys 



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M 



Un. .^ Washington^ May 4- 7 ? 1959 
A test of mixing-length theories of 
vertical diffusion in an estuary and 
in a Pacific atoll lar:oon 



Comparison of "observed" <"-. theoretical 
mixing lengths, v/ith ocr-Tidoration of 
the stability parameter .•" influence of 
wind waves. 



.■;tl 



MF 



-'АО/ 59/8/ 6049 



2(б):75 



Chappeloar^ J.E.- (1959) 



59-4951 



Program Paper presentod- at the Fort ieth 
Annual Meeting of the A merican Geop hys. 

Un. ^ Vfashingt on,^ Hay 4~7 ? ^959 
A class of. three-dimensional shallov/- 
v/ater v/aves 

Contents as per title. 



tl 



HickSy B,L. (1959) > 59-4952 
Program Paper presented at the Fortieth 



Annual Meeting of the American G e ophys 



Un. 



Washington i. 



May 4-7 s 1959 



The spectrum of small wind waves 

Results of investigations of v/ind 
waves in a lake. 



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Pierson^Y/. J. J Jr. (1 
Program Paper pres ented 



959) 



a I/ 



59-4953 
the Fortieth 



Annual Meeting of the American Geophyso 

Un. , Vfeshingtong May 4-7 э 1 959 
A note on the growth of the sr^ectrum of 
wind generated gravity v/avcs as 
determined Ъу non-linear considerationcj 

Comparison of various theoretical forms 
for the spectrum of a fully developed 
sea at different v/ind speeds. 



tl 



Ichiye, Ï, (1959) 59-4954 ; 

Program Paper present ed a t the Fortieth ', 
Annu al Meeting of the A i uerican Geophyg. • 



Un. 



'Tashiiigton; 



iia.Y 



4-7. 1S5! 



A theory of storm surge: 
continental shelf 



on the 



Long v/aves caused Ъу a traveling j 
disturhance on a continental shelf of Î 
uniform der th is discussed theoretical]^' 



zarni 



M 



Ponnj V/.L. 



McGuinnoss (1959) 



59-4955 



Program Paper pro s cnted at the Fortieth 



Annual Meeting of the Ai'-:erican Geophys . 

Un.; Washington; Hay 4 -7 s 1959 
Hort h Atlantic IGY ocean-wave results 

Analyses of v/avos with different 
periods (*^- suggestion of their causes. 



M 



McGuinnesSj \!.T. t: 
V..L. Denn (1959) 
Program Paper x•^resented 
Annual Meeting of the American Geo] 



59-4956 
the Fortieth 



Un. g "/ashington; May 4-7 9 1959 
Long-period ocean waves at Bermuda 

Description of characteristic seiches 
in the Bermuda, area. 



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2(6)^76 



HHHHltHH14!l«M'HaiMMl»MlUi«WMHH IIl l 4» lMi»H4Mm» 



Ichiye, T. (1959) 



59-4957 



Program Paper presented at the b'ortiüth 
Annuaij Meeting' of the American Geophys« 

Un,., '.Vasliington <) May 4- 7 s> 1959 
Circulation and water mass distribution 
in the Gulf of I'iexico 

Océanographie data collected in the 
Gulf of Mexico since 1951 are analyzed. 



Tehhle, N. (1959) 



59-4960 



sagu 






Takahashiy T. (1959) 5 9-49 5^ 
Pro^-ram Paper presented at the Fortieth 
_Armual Llecting of the American Geophys . 

Un. ; Vy'ashincton, May 4-7 s 1959 
The carbon dioxide exchange between 
the North and South Atlantic oceans and 
the atmosphere 

Correlation of CO2 concentrations in 
the atmosphere v/ith the partial 
pressure of CO2 in sea water. 



stl 



Bull . Res . Coun. Israel , BO(1).^9-30 
On a collection of Polychaetes from 
the Mediterranean coast of Israel 

lieports on 48 spp. of which one is nev 
indicating distributional ranges 
ecologically off the Israeli coast 
c;; geographically throughout the 

world. 



FAO ; hr 



Br о e eke r J U.S. &. 59-4959 

E.A. Olson (1959) 

Program. Paper presented at the Forti eth 
Annual Meeting of the American Geophys . 

Un. s T/ashington, May 4-7 9 1939 
Variations in atmospheric radiocarbon 
concentration over the last 2000 years 

Analyses of the C'4 m.easuremcnts of 
dated plant samples à conclusion on the 
variations of CO2 in the atmosphere ¿; ir 
deep Vi^ater. 



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M 



Kabata, Z. (l95ö) 59-4961 

Ann . Mag . na t . Hi s t . , Ser. 13? 1=331-6 

Vanbenedcnia krjz^yeri Malm, I86O3 a 
parasitic copepod 

111. description of this sp. found, 
after lapse of a century since its 
discovery, on Chimaera monstrosa 
caught by EXPLORER with pelagic 
trawl in 1956 in the Slzagerrak. 



FiBssjh 



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Mason, I 
Ann. Mag. 



n 



(195З) 

,t.Hi 



59-4962 
t. , Ser. 13? 1 s601-2 



A pcssiblc lunar periodicity in the 
broocling of the scallop, Pectén 



i-iaximus ( L . ) 



Report of observations made at Port 
Erin, Isle of Man, 195 1-52. 



FiBcsjh 



FAG/59/V6049 



2(6)077 



Jonesy v;.E. (1957) 59-4963 

Ann.Mag.nat,I-Iist. s 1ö(l09):;70-1 
A note on the ¿,enus Co rdylecla dia J. 
Agardh. (Algae:; Fdio d о phy с ea'e )~ 



John, C.Í..O (1957) 59-4966 

Eull.ReG, Iiist .UniVyTravancore,; 5^(1) 



93-102 
îionomici 



and life history of Ma o ro - 
hrac hium rosenher¿'ii {'De lían) 



ICojima, Y. (1957) 59-49б4 

Bull. Маг, hiol.Sta Asamushi , и (2-4) •59-61 
On the breeding of a periv/inlcle 
Littorivaga hre vicula ( Philipp! 



M 



M 



Hall, ';.i:. 

lía ture Kag 
Cra'vTf i &h inr-' time 



(1957) 

, 50(3) "124-6 



59-4967 



Johansson ._, J. (1957) 



59-4965 



,<r. 



Zool.Eidr.Ui 



32 = 81 



Notes on the littorinacean and 
stenoglossan genital organs ^ and a 
comparison with the Rissoacea 



ICahata, Z. (l957) 59-496C 

Farasitology^ 47 ( 1 '' 2 ) ; 1 65-7 
Note on a new host of Myxoholus 
aeglef ini 



MF 



M 



'AC/ 59/3/6049 



2(6):7Ö 



m 



ThomaGson^ К. (1959) 59-49 б9 

Acta phytogeogr« suec. ; 42;СЗ 
Nahuel Huapi - rjlanktonof some lakes 
in an Argentine national park \vith 
notes on terrestrial vegetation 



SriggG, G.E. (1959) 59-4972 j 
J.exp.Bot. , 10 с 90-2 i 

BicaгЪonate ions as à source of сагЪог, 
dioxide for photosynthesis 



ТП 




P 



Greenwood,, A.D» (1959) 59-4970 
J.exp.Bot. , 10c55~6(3 

Observations on the structure of the 
zoospores of Vaucheria - II. 



^illoughh,/;, L.G. (1959) 



59-4973 



Trans. Br it. m y col. Sog. 3, 42:67-71 

A pure culture of Chytriomyces aureus 

Karling- 



F 



P 



59- 



4971 



Alfimov-, ÏLN. Я- 

O.G. Mironov (195Ö) 
Bo t.Zh. , 43-1763-5 

(The effect of diatomaceous plan].:ton 
of rivers on certain chemical indices 
of v/ater contamination;. Ru 



In;i,old5 C.T. (1959) 



5^- 



J.Cue kett^ micr.Cl. , 5(4)^115-30 

Submerged aquatic hyphomycetes 



■4974 



P 



P 



î'AO/59/8/6049 



2(б),79 



Blackman^ G.E. r al. (1959) 59-4975 
J.exp.Bot., 10:33-54 
The uptake of growth зиЪ stances - I, 
Factors controlling- the uptake of 
phenoxyacetic acids by Lemna minor 

P 


Kuhicekj P. (195Ö) ■ 59-497Ö i 
Shorn, Ггас Tatransk.Narodn.Parku^ 2: 1 

63-73 
(To the knov/ledge of the spring- 
cooplankton in Strhske Pleso). 
Ga De 

P 


Lanjouwy J. r 59_4975 

F.A. Stafleu (Ed.) (l959) 
Regnum VegetaЪile, 15:249 p. 
Index herhariorinn - Part I. The herЪaria 
of the world (4th ed. ) 

P 


Liehmann ^ 11. (l959) 59-4979 
München, Oldenhourg, 1 61-320 
Handhuch der Pr i schwa s s er- und 
iiD\^asser-B i elogie - Band II. Lieferung 
2 (Manual of freshwater and v/aste 
water hiology - Vol. II. 

P 


Tunevall, G. (Ed.) (1959) 59-4977 
Stockholm, Almciuist aWiksell, 453 Г- 
Eecent progress in microhiology - 
Symposia held at the VII International 
Congress for Microbiology J Stocliholm 

MP 


Japan Ministry of 59-49ЗО 

Education (1959) 
Tokyo 5 41 p. 

Handhook of learned societies in 
Japan "- Natural and applied sciences 

MP 



PAO/59/8/6049 



2(6).80 



ITl 



Boschis L.A. ;, Iví.L. Rister de 59-49o1 

Plasa Z':. E.E. Boschi (195Ö) 
Cienc, ^: In vest,, 1 4( 5 ) ' 1 95-200 
Ы termómetro eléctrico con termistor y 
su utilidad en hidrobiología (The 
electric thermometer with therm.istor 
and its utilization in hydrobioloßy) 



MF 



Butcher^ R,\:, (1959) 59-49Ö4 î 
Fr ОС, Linn. So с. bond. ., 170^159-65 
Biological assessment of river 
pollution 



F 



Truelle, M. A. (1957) 594-982 

Ann. Acad, t s che CO si. Agrie. » 30.; 859 -7 9 
( Investigation of v/aste waters at an 
industrial pig fattening fa,rm). Cs 



F 



Kent River Board (1959) 59-4983 ! 
Maidstone , 12 p. 

The river Medway through Maidstone. i 
The imi^rovement in eight years 1950-1958! 



F 



Pentelow, F,T,K. (l959) 



59-4985 



Proc. Linn. 00c, Lend, , 1 70 „169-70 
Sewage effluents and fish 



F 



Petter, A.]:,J, (1959) 



59-4986 



Proc, Linn, Soc.Lon d, , 1 70 1 70-1 
Pollution and the oxygen content 
of river ivaters 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)281 



Westlake, D.F. (1959) 59-490? 

Proc. Linn. Зое. Lond. , 170.171-2 

The effects of organismo on pollution 

MP 


í\ister de Plaza j M.L. í, 59~4990 

S.E. Boschi (195Ö) 1 
Publ.Lep. Invest .pesq.B.Áires^ 7^49 P» 
Estudio biolo^'ico pesquero de la 
anchoita (En£;raulis anohoita) de mar 
del Plata - I. Análisis de los 
caracteres meristicos (Biological 
study on anchovies of the La Plata. 
Analysis of meristic characters) 

M 


Swifts D.R. (1959) 59-49Ö8 
J.exp.Biol. , 36 ¿120-5 

Seasonal variation in the activity of 
the thyroid gland of yearling- hrov/n 
trout Salmo trutta Linn. 

P 


Jones, J.T7. (1959) 59-4991 

New Natural ist Monogr . , ( 1 6 ) ; 1 92 p. 
The salmon 

MP 


Jara, Z. (1959) 59-4909 
Zool.Polon. , 9 г 35-52 

OLservations on the "posthumous" action 
of the heart in a rainhov/ trout embryo 
(Salmo irideus Gibh. ) affected with 
Ily d r с e 1 e emb r у о na 1 i s 

MP 


Inger, P.P. ." 59-4992 

C.P, Kong (1959) 
Pieldiana, Zool., 39(27 ): 279-96 
New species of fresh-water catfishes 
from North Borneo 

P 



PAO/59/8/6049 



2(6):82 



Wich, К. & 



J. Y/. Mullan (I95Q) 
Fish. Bull. Mass. , (22). 2? p. 
A compendium of the life history and 
ecology of the chain pickerel Esox nigei 
(LeSueur) 



59-4993 j Machado-Cruz, J. A. (1959) 59-4996 



p 



Publ . Inst . Zool .ITohr e , 64:12 p. 
Lernacocera caparti sp. nov. copepode 
parasite de Merluccius merluccius 
(Linné) 



M 



Kuhicek, F. (1959) 



59-4994 



Mém. Soc. 20 ol. tcheco si. ^ 23-7 4-9 
(On the occurrence of Daphnia atkinsoni 
Baird and Mixodiaptomus kupelwieseri 
Brehm in Moravia) . Cr. De 



Parsons> T. (1950) 59-4995 

London 9 Ahelard-Schuman ^ 126 p. 
Hov/ to make earthvrorms pay 



F 



Braga, J. M. (1958) 



59-4997 



Fühl . Inst . Zool . ПоЪг e ^ 61 ■I5 p. 
Un Asellus remarquable des eaux 
souterraines du Portugal ( Asellus 
pauloae n. sp.) (A remarkable 
Asellus from the ground ?;aters of 
Portugal J A. pauloae n, sp.) 



F 



59-499Ö 



Laurence J B.R. (1959) 
Proc.R.ent. Soc.Lond . , 34A04-6 
A gynandromorph of Taeniorhynchus 
(Manson-^oides) uniformis (Theobald) 
(Dipteral Culiciuae) 



F 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



(6):83 



КгеЪв, H.A. 



H.L. КогпЪег^ (1957) 

■Physiol. 5 49:212-98 



59-4999 



Energy transformations in living matter 
A survey. With an appendix by K. Burton.; 
Free energy data of biological interest 



MF 



Bovet^ B. 5 F. Bovet-llitti 59-5000 

&. G.::. Harini-Bettolo (Ed.) (1959) 
Amsterd a m,, Elsevier ^ 47 ö p. 
Curare and curare-like agents 



Brächet > J. '•" 

E.E. Mir sky (1959) 
Ъеч Yorkj, Academic Press, 



59-5002; 



^ 316 p. 
The cell - hiochemistryj physiology^ 



morphology - Vol. 1 



Schwartz J P.J. - 59-5003 

J. iJorvell (1958) 
Ohio J. Sei . , 58(5):311-6 
Food ^ growth and sexual dimorphism 
of the redside dance Clinostomus 



elongatus (Kirtland) in Linesville 
creek, Crawford County ^ Pennsylvania 



F 



Alhe-Pessard, A. 



Fe s sard 59~50û1 



г L. Soliere (1959) 
In "Curare and Curare-Like Agents'' j by ! 
Bovet^ B. &. al. (Ed.), Elsevier^ i 

Amsterdam;, 34^-55 i 

Données comparées sur le comportement 
des organes électriques vis-à-vis des I 
suhstances curarisantes ( Com.parativö 
data on the behaviour of electric 
organs in contact v/ith curare substance;?^) 



MF 



Presser, CL. r^, 59-5004 

P. В. Van !7eel (I958) 
Physio] . .Z0ÖI. , 31(3)^71-8 
Effect of diet on digestive enzymes 
in midgut gland of -African giant snail 
Achat ina fúlica Fer. 



PAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)г.84 



Volpej E.P. (1957) 59-5005 

Amer .Nat. , 111 (06I ) с 355-72 

Genetic aspects of anuran populations 



Iwata^ P. (195Ö) 



59-5006 



Embryologia, 4(2)c103-31 

On the development of the memertean 

Micrura alikeshiensis 



M 



Dence 



A. 



(1958) 



59-5008 



J.Parasitol. , 44(3), 334-8 
Studies on Ligula -inf ected comraon 
shiners ( Ho trop i s cornu tus fron talis 
Agassiz) in the Adirondacks 

Infected in V/olf lake, 
almost exclusively common shiners '" 
very occasionally cut lips -' horned da с 
dace^ although several spp. of 
minnov/s c- suckers were present „ Pev/ 
fish of breeding age v/ere infected. 
American mergansers &.■ great hlue 
herons appear to Ъе final hosts^ 



ha 



P 



Dussartj B. (1957) 59-5009 

Bull. Soc. cool, Fr. , 72(2 Л- 3)з 169-80 
Le genre Diaptomus (Crustacé copepode) 
en Prance (The genus Piaptomus c, 
crustacean copepody in Prance) 



P 



Oguro, С (1957) 59-5007 

J. Рас. Pish.Hold -: aido Univ. ^Zo ol. ) ¡, 

13(1-4):. 404-7 
Notes on the change in the kidney of 
Gasterosteus aculeatus aculeatus (L. ) 
caused Ъу the estrogen administration 



НаЪе^ T. (195З) 
Puhl.Akkeshi Mar .hiol. Sta. 
The fauna of Aklceshi hay 25. 
Gastropoda 



59-5010 
(8) 1-44 



M 



PAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)s85 



Agg^ A.n. s G.E. Eden 59-5011 

&. K.V. Melbourne (1957) 
Fro « Soc. \/at . Treatrn. Examin. 5, 6:142-54 
A fielci test for radioactive strontium 
and barium in water under emergency 
conditions 

The principal hazard involved in 
drinicing Yirater containing;.; fission 
Х:)Г ducts is due to the ingestion of 
strontium~-89 " barium- 140^ " a method 
has therefore been devised for the 
direct deteriTiination of these isotopes 
in the field^ using a minimuiT! cf 
equipment, 

svma F 



Ol-orres, Б.А, (195Ö) 59-5014 
Rev.Hus.La riata_(2ool.l, 7:23-34 



lluevo genero ¿e homoptero Alarcta 
Torr e s ( Aucheno r ryncha- Ci cadidaej 
(iTew genus of hemiptera Alarcta 
Torres J Auchenorryncha-Cicddidae) 



F 



Torres, B.A. (1958) 



59-5012 



LS »La Plata (1юо1. ) , 7-51-106 



Revision del genero Tettigades Amy. у 
serv. (Revision of the genus 
Tettigades ) 



F 



Ano n^/TTi ou s (1952) 
Rep. Pish. Res. Bd Can. 



59-5015 
(I957-5C). 77-86 



Biological station^ Ъопс.оп^ Ont. 



F 



ÏÏylton-Scottj M.I. (1957) 59-5013 
R_ex°Mus.La Plata (Zoolo), 7 И -22 
Anotaciones sobre la morfología de 
Tropicorbis peregrinus (Б'ОгЬ) 
"(îîotes o"n the morphology of Tropico rbis 
peregrinus D'Orb) 



ТП 



Grégoire p С (1957) 59-5016 

i_i^ki2iiiiy£i^i2J^\SíLL~ily^^ 3 ( 5 ) ^ 797-ÖOG 
Topography of the organic 
components in mother-of-pearl 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



(6 



)sS6 



Juddj Y^^V. (I95Ö) 59-5017 i 

Canad.Slnt. , 90(10) ''623-7 j 

studies of the Byron Bo¿ in south- ) 
v/estern Ontario - IX» Insects trapped asi 
adults emerging from Redmond's Pond i 



MoroviCj 7), c" 59-5018 

S. Supanovic (195Ö) 
Rijeka, 147 p. 

Osnovi riharstvene ЪiolOiÇ^ije 
(Fundamentale of fisheries Ъ1о1о£у) 

Notes on general Ъ1о1о§у with 
reference to elements of fishery 
biology. 



smz 



M 



'..ove, 11, (195Ö) 59-5019 

Hidr ogr.G odisnjak, 1956-1957 ■■ 197-206 
Notes on collecting methods of 
océanographie data on deep sea 
measurements 

Presents a short reviev/ of the 
technique used with v^rater bottles 8- 
stationary current meters. Methods are 
given for checking the depth at v/hich 
samples are taken ^ Д- for processing 
hoth depth ° temperature calculations. 
Discussion of the methods Ъу which ship 
movements can be eliminated from 
current meter data. 

:ïï\z Î- 



Vajcl, J. (I95Ö) 



59-5020 



Hidrogr.God isnjak ^ 1956-1957:207-16 
Contrihution to the knov/ledge of the 
climate of Eoka Kotorska 

Observations on a meteorological 
station in Boka Kotorska for a longer 
lapse of tim.e« 



■:mj 



M 



Matulic^ M. (1958) 59-5021 

Hidrogr.Godignjak, 1956-1957 " 241-7 
The development and the importance of 
telecommunications of the marine 
Department of Hydrometeorological 
Service of Croatia at Split 

Navigational v/arnings broadcasting 
service for the shipping in coastal 
navigation along the Eastern 
Adriatic shore. 



ста 



ÎI 



Anonymous (l95ö) 59-5022 

Hidrogr.Godisnjak ; 1956-1957^7-15 
Main institutions v/hich took part in 
the research of the Adriatic sea 
during the year 195^ and 1957 



Organisation^, cooperation in the 
country Ü international cooperation 
vessels^ equipment;, library ¡^ aquar 
of the folloviing institutions: 
Hydrographie Institute of Yugoslav 
Navy., Institute of Oceanography Sc 
Fisheries at Split .^ Institute for 
Marine Biology at Rovinjy Marine 
Departm.ent of Hydrometeorological 
Service of Croatia at Split. 



ium 



smz 



M 



_J 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)ê87 



Anonymous (l95o) 59-5023 | 

Hidrogr.Goáisnjak ; 1 956-1 957 ^ ,. 1 7-42 Í 
General review of works carried out and Í 
researches made along the eastern coast j 
of the Adriatic sea during the year j 
1956 and 1957 

Surveys r": researches; issuance of 

nautical charts 3 

navigational handhooks, physiographical 

■'^ hiological publications;, 

meteorological 5 climatological "■ 

synoptical service^ telecommunications 

service. 



:mî 



i::. 



Ano nym OU s ( 1 95 ^ ) 



59-5024 



liidro gr.G odisnjak ^ 1956-1957^43-70 
Océanographie researches in the 
r.driatic sea on the program of the 
International Geophysical Year 

v.'ork of the subcommittee for 
oceanography in the IGY. Plans Д- cruises^ 
methods of vrórk' 
Observations on meteorology, 
currents J soundings., sea temperature,, 
salinity. 



ITClZ 



M 



Klaks 3. (195Q) 59-5026 

Ilidrogr.G odis njak , 1 95 6-1 957 s 97-1 06 
Determination of height differences 
betv/ecn the tide gauges on Yugoslav 
coast 

States that during the geophysical 
j'-ear the starting level point of the 
tide gauges along the Yugoslav coast 
was coordinated. 



,mz 



Kasunovic, 11, (1958) 59-5027 
Hidrogr,Godionjak , 1956-1957^107-21 
On the influence of air pressure and 
wind to the oscillation of the level 
of the Adriatic sea 



gradual 



The influence of slow r 
changes of air pressure on the mean 
sea level were studied. Tabulates sea 
level variations according to the 

winds. 



mij 



Anon^nous (1958) 59-5025 

Hidrogr.Godisn.iak , 1 956-1 957 :■ 79-94 
Review of the conferences and 
consultations held during the year 
1956 and 1957 

Short account of the work on several 
meetings? Conference of Hational IGY 
Corrrnictee^meetir^'S of several suhcommiittees-- 
2nd congress of the Yugoslav geologists 
conference on the overfishing problems 
■"" oil pollution of the sea;, & others. 



Zupan, A. (1958) 59-5028 

riidrogr.Godisnj ak; 1956-1 957 з 1 23-51 
Mean sea level at Split for the 
period 1947 "bo 1957 

Mean sea level observations at 2 
points nearly Split. Comparison 
Trieste-Split. îvîonthly mean sea 
levels for Splits Bakar^ Trieste ^' 
For to Corsini. 



, mz 



M 



::mz, 



PAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)r.8S 



-огз1с, M. (195Ö) 59-5029 

H idrogr.GodiSnjak , 1 956-1 957 ' 153-62 
-Vi., the positive movement of coastal 
line on the eastern shore of the 
Adriatic in postdiluvium 

GoonorpLi logical J strati^raphi(;al ^ 
hist-ori-graphioal Fr. tidal observations, 
3j;.coial attention is drawn to the 
tidal method. 



Kaj, 



59-5032 



J. (195Ö) 
Badania Fiz jogr.polska s 4 213-Ö 
Contribution to the biology and 
geographical distribution of Pel ecus 
cultratus L. in the drainage basin 
of the Baltic 



••mz ' M 


HP 


Alfirevic, S. (1958) 59-5030 
Hidrogr . Godisn jak , 1 956-1 957 " 1 63-89 
Results of the morphological and 
geological research on marine sediments 
in the Middle Adriatic 

Granulometric com.position 

of the sediments in relation to the 

dynamics of the bottom water layers. 

'imz M 


Karaman, St.L. (1957) 59-5033 

Folia bale. , 1( 10) 57-70 

]3ie Salmoniden des Radika-Flusses 

('The saliüonids of tho^ river Radika) 

Lists spp, of Salmo in Yugoslav 
rivers " lakes. 

;sjh F 


Gviic, V. (1958) 59--503I 
Zidrogr . GodiSnjakj 1 956-1 957 s 1 91 -6 
Radio-active isotopes in the 
oceanography 

"^ome data on the .¿uantlty of 
radio-active elements - especially 
ra^iium - in sea v/ater Í: 
Siediments^ note on their origin. 


Koschin, N.I. (1957) 59-5034 
Probl. Ichthyol. 5 8:;8-l8 
XContribution' to the ichthyofauna of 
the Iran coast of the Caspian Sea). 
Ru 



. mz 



M 



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Kux, Z. (1957) 59-5035 

Ac ta Mus. M ora via e <, 42 ', б 7 -8 4 
Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Ichthyofauna 
im Bonaugebiet der CSR .,. ( .ontributioit 



Maul^ G.S. (1957) 59-503Û 
Bol.Mus.P4mchal, 10(25): 5-21 
Further additions to the previouí:!,, 
revised family Searsida-e 



to the Irnowledge of the ichthyofauna 
in the Banuhe region of GS.R) 

» F 


3 ne?/ spp« in. the ichthyofauna of . 
Madeiras Barhantus curvifrons i 
ÏIcltb_yrnia maorops n.sp. " á seccnà 1 
sp. of Kcltbyrnia, not defined, but 
described by the author as very near 
to Cearsia sohnakenbecki Krefft^ 
1953. 

'• i s В' 


ICux, Z. &■ . , 59r-5.03ü 

T. ■■eisz (1958) 
Acta Mus.Moraviae^ 4З3 145-74 
Ein Beitrag zur Erforschung der 
Ichthyofauna im TopaflusSç, Bezirk 
Barde jov (iJordostslovakei) 
(-^ntrihution to- the knf.wledge of the 
ichthyofauna in the Topa rivor, 
Barde jov district.^ ЖЕ Slovakia) 

F 


Keman^ H.U. (1959) • 59-5039 
Copela, 1959(1 )î76 
Observations on aggressiveness in 
sockeye salmon smolts 

IS 5 MF 


Lamberts J «G» ("¡950) 59-5037 
Rev.Zool.Bot.afr. , 57( 1-2 ) г 39~5б 
Poissons Siiuriformes et Cyprinodonti- 
f ormes récoltés en Guinée française ^ 
avec la description d'une nouvelle 
Tiicrosynodontis ( oilviiormos and 
Cypirinodontif ormes collected in French 
Guinea with the description of a new 
"i-iorcs^i-nodontis) 

F 


îTichoiSs J. T. (195Ô) 59-5C'40 
Amer .Mus. Novit, s 1 876;; 1-7 
A new goby and other fishes from, 
Formosa (Oxyurichthys formosanuSç, 

n S13 . ) 

M 



FAO/59/Ö/6049 



2 ( б ) . 90 



-. arrottj A.ÏÏ. (I95Ö) 59-5041 

;; ОС. Domin. Mus. Wellington j 3(2):109-19 
> iohes from the Auckland and СатрЪеИ 
islands 



•Klinl^P H.H. (1958)59-5044! 
:.ïïiedersaclisens, 1l(l) 7 Í 



M 



Reichenbach-K 

Beitr.Naturk. 

Weitere Mitteilung иЪег die Fiscli- 

fauna des Harzes (Further notes 

on the ioht.-yofauna in the Нагй) 



-Into, Ö.Y. (1957) 



59-5042 



E'Ol.Mufj.nao.Rio de J. ^ 163 И -15 
Urn novo Clinidae de ilha da Trindade¡, 
Brasil (Actinopterygii-Perciformes) 
(a 11 ev/ clinid from Trinidad island 
Lrazil^ Actinopterygii-Percif ormes) 



Reichenbach-Klinke., H.H. (I 95ö)59-5045 
Beitr.Haturk. nieder Sachsens ;. 11(3) 

69-73 
Die Fischfauna des östlichen 
Niedersachsen (The ichthyofauna 
of the eastern Lov/er Saxony) 

Preliminary list of spp. from Ъо-^пет 
Saxony w th reference to 
zoogeographical peculiarities. 



M 



F 



Pynnönen^ A. (1957) 



59-5043 



Rivas о L.R. 



(195Ö) 



Arch. Soc, zool . "bot . f enn. Van amo , 1 1 ( 2 ) 

171-82 
über die Reichlichkeit der Rische und 
Reptilen im Kirchspiel Komevesi einst 
und jet-zt (On the abundance of 
fishes and reptiles in the Komovesi 
.1 strict onco and now) 



59-5046 
J 102(3)^281-320 



F 



Proc.Amer.x^í^i^' Soc. 

The origin^ evolution, dispersal, 

and geographical distribution of the 

Cuiban Poeciliid fishes of the tribe 

Girardinini 



M 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(б):91 



Segerstrale^ 

С'. OT:ient .Ъ1о1 . 



!.G. (1957) 
Helsingf , ; 



59-5047 
16(16)^1-117 



On the immigration of the glacial 
-vclicts of Northern Europe ¡, v/ith 
remarks on their prehistory 



Smith, J.L.B. (1957) 59-5^^9- 

Ann. Mag. nat. Hist, , 115 £555-60 

The rare shark Hemi prist is e longa tus 

(Klunainger) , l371^ from Zanzibar an; 

Mozamoique 



ir\ 



Бе Silva J P.E. D.H. (1957) 59~5043 
J. Bombay nat. Hist . Soc. , 54^322-34 



Zoological collecting toiir of the 
islands off Jaffna 



M 



Theniusj E. (l957) 59-5051 

Hat. U.Land s ch. ^ 43(11) 143-7 
Hiederosterreichs Pischfauna im 
Vv^andel der Zeiten (ichthyofauna 



of Lower Austria) 



F 



59- 



do Smet, Y.'. (l95ö) 

Zoo. , 23(4) .599-604 

A l:-. recherche de Polyptères 

'yPolj'-pjteridae) au Congo Belge 

(Research on polypterids in the 

Belgian Congo) 



■5049 



P 



Tomiyamaj I. (195^ 



59-505; 



Annot.zool. jap . , 31(1) 49-52 

Some rare fishes from Sagami hay 5, Japan 



К 



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2(6)г92 



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Tortonese^ E. (l95ö) 59-5053 
Ann. Mus. Stör. nat. Genova, 71 r.71-2 
Primo reperto di un raro Mictofide? 
Diaphus metoplocampus (COCCO) ( Pis ces., 
Iniomi) (First reference to a rare 
mictofidî Biaphus metcplocampur. ( COCCO ) 
pisces, Iniomi) 

M 


Travassos, H. (1957) 59-5056 
Puhl.avuls.Mus.nac.Pio de J., 20c21-7 
Sobre material ictiológico coletado 
na excursao as zones das estradas de 
ferro Noroeste do Brasil e Brasil- 
Boliviaj nos estados de Sao Paulo e 
de Mato Grosso ^ Brasil e Bolivia 
Oriental (Notes en ichthyolcgical 
material collected during an 
expedition in the regions of the rail- 
Y/ays Noroeste do Brasil -^ Brasil- 
Bolivia in the states of 3t* Paulo '"■ 
Mato Grosso in Brarjil " in western 
Bolivia; 

F 


Tortonese, С (1957) 59-5054 
Boll .Mus . civ. Veno zia , 10:121-8 
Su alcuni pesci eritrei e somali del 
Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di 
Venezia (On some fishes from 
5]ritrea and Somaliland in the Museo 
Civico дЛ Storia Naturale, Venice) 

MF 


Tsulvaharaj H. Л 59-5057 

T. Shiokawa (1957) 
Soi. Bull. Fac. Agrie. Kyushu Univ., 16(2) 

275-312 
Studies on the flying-fishes of the 
i\makusa islands. 2-4 

M 


Tower., E.B. (1957) 59-5055 
Proc.R. Irish Acad. , 58B(15)s321-8 
Movements of salmon around Ireland - 
VII. From Path 5 Co. Kerry (1 950-1953) 

MF 


Vladimirskaia;, M.I. (1957) 59-5058 
Bui I.Biol. Med. езф. URSS, 62(4): 37-50 
(Lake and river trout in the hasin of 
lake Imandra). Ru En 

F 



FAO/59/8/6049 



2(6):,93 



Walrecht, J.J.R. (1958) 59-5059 
Levende Nat. , б1(2)г32-4 
Invasie van de iriakreelgeep op 
Y.'alcheren (Invasion of saury in 
Val dieren) 



M 



Wilhelm, O.E, 



59-5062 



A.L. iîulot (1957) 
Bol . Soc. Biol . Concepción , 32;; 139-51 
Pesca y peces de la isla de Pascua 
(Fishery and fishes in the Easter 
island) . 

ITotes on catch in coastal waters v/ith 
list of local fishes. 



21S 



M 



Went , 
Irish 



A.E.J. 
Nat. J. 



(1958) 



59-5060 



Reflections 
Fishes"(l957) 



, ,2(lO)':255-9 

on the "List of Irish 



Willgohs^ J.F. (1957)' 



59-5063 



Ârh.ITaturvitensk. Univ. Bergen g 15^-13 
Some notes on Beryx decadactylus 
(Cuv. с Val.) in üíuropean v/aters with 
a special account of Norwegian 
records 



MF 



ïïhitleyj G.P 
Aust .Mus.Mag. 
The moonfish 
V/ales 



(1958) 
^ 12(9): 
or Opah 



278 
in Nev/ 



59-5O6I 



South 



M 



Williams y F. (1958) 59-5064 
E.Afr.açric.J. , 24(1) 61-3 
A preliminary report on deep water 
fishing off the North Kenya coast 



M 



FAO/59/8/6O4 



2(6)s94 



YíoodSj L.P. 



(1958) 59-5065 

Chi cafío na t > His t .Mus . Bull , , 29(3)^5-6 
Pish collecting on coasts of Guianas 
and Brazil 



M 



Gihr^ Î.Î. (1957) 59-5068 

Rev, suisse Zool. , 64(24)055-474 
Zur Entwicklung des Hechtes 
(On the development of pike) 



F 



Balonp E.K. (195S) 59-5066 

Zool.Anz , 160(3-4)268-73 
Die Entv/icklung der Beschuppung des 
Bonau-V/ildkarpf ens (Development of 
scales in the Danuhe-oarp) 



F 



Busnitaj Th. (1957) 



59-5067 



Comun.Acad.Rep.pop.Rom. , 7(l) 8l-7 
Ginogeneza la carasul argintiu 
( Carassius auratus gihelio Bloch) 
(Gynogenesis in silver carp, _Ca_ra_s_sius 
auratus gihel io Bloch) 



Harrison, H.M. (1957) 



59-5069 



Pro с Iowa Acad, .ci. , 64(1957)^^657-66 
Growth of the channel catfish-, 
Ictalurus punctatus (Raf inesque) , in 
some Iowa waters 



F 



Hochman, L. ^ 59-5070 

J. Krcal (1957) 
Acta Univ .Af r.Silv.Bruun , (2 ) s 239-50 
Einige Erfahrungen mit der halb- 
künstlichen Laiche des Welses ( Silurus 
glanis L. ) in Pohorelice 

the semi- 



nóme experiences witn 



artificial spawn of 
in Pohorelice) 



Silurus 



P 



PAO/59 /^/6049 



2(6)c95 



i 

Holstvoogd, с. (1957) 59-5071 

Arch.néerloZool. 5 1 2( З) :;455-бб 

The postemhryonic development of the 

pronephros in Clupea haren^'us L. 

M 


Marathe, V.B. Я: 59-5074 

Б.У. Bal (1957) 
Proc. Indian Acad. Sei. у 4бБ(6) с 347-75 
The development of the Chondro crani-um 
in Trichopodus trichopterus (Pall.) 


Honma^ Y. (l957) 59~5072 
Japo J, Ichthyol. , 5(3-6) ;lS2-3 
A case of the Janus monstrosity found 
in the chum salmon emhryo 

MF 


Mazumdar, S.R. (1957) , 59-5075 
Proc.zool.Soc.Beng. , 10(2)^99-104 
On the spavming hahits and early 
development of Wallagonia attu (Bloch 
ío Schneider) 

F 


Lihosvarsky, J. (1957) 59-5073 
Fol.Zool., 20(4)s367-86 
On the ecology and reproduction of the 
stoneloach Nemachilus harhatulus (L. ) 

F 


ITecrasov, 0» г^^ al. (l95ö) 59-5076 
Ann. Sei. Univ. Ja ssy 5 4(2/l ) : 67-76 
Contrilmtion à l'étude de la 
croissance et du dév: loppement de la 
carpe (Cyprinus carpió L» ) en 
captivité (dans des aquariums);, en 
com.paraison de sa croissance et de 
son développement en milieu naturel - 
II. (Oontrihution to the study of 
gro¥:th and development of carp in 
captivity, in aquarium, compared to 
its grc\.'th and development in 
na tural surroundings ) 

F 



FAO/59/8/6049 



2(6)s96 



.... 



Ohtsuka, E. 
о1еЪо1с11а, 



1957) 
1 ) 19-29 



59-5077 



On the hardening of the chorion in the j 
fish egg after fertilization - I. Role 
of the cortical substance in chorion 
hardening of the egg of Oryzias latipes 



Sivankutty, N.G. (1957) 59-5080 
Bull. Res.lnst, Univ. Kerala, 5C( 1 ) i 69-7^ 
Breeding liahits and development of 
Arnhassis gymnocephalus ( La с . ) 




MF 



Padmanabhan, К. G. 



(1957) 



Bull. Res. Inst. Univ. Kerala 



59-507C 
5C(l)c85-92 



Sivankutty, N.G. (1957) 
Bull . Res . Inst . Univ. Kerala 



59-5081 
5C(l):77-84 



Early stages in the development of the 
toad fish Antennarius marmoratus 
Bleeker 



ITotes on the early development of 
Mugil cephalus Linnaeus 



MF 



Pleva^ V. (1958) 59-5079 

Acta Univ. Agr. oi l v.Bruun ^ 6(l): 77-86 
Die embryonale Entwicklung der 
Regenbogenforelle ( Trutta gairdneri 
irideus ) (Embryo develojpment in 
rainbov/ trout ^ Trut t a ^a i r dne r i 
irideus ) 



Tortonese 



59-5082 



E. (1957) 
Boll.Zool, , 24(2)^45-7 
Studi sui Plagiostomi -- IX. 
Descrizione di un embrione di Mobula 
mobular (Bonn.) (Studies on 
Plagiostoma - IX. Description of an 
embryo of Mobilia mobular Bonn. ) 



M 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)»97 



'Tickler. \ 



Biol.Zbl, 

Die 

Asso 1784 

fluviatilis 



59-50С3 



(1957) 

, 76(4)^453-66 

Larve von Blenn ius fluviátil i 
(The 

A 



Adams > Th. S: 
'?.A. Eie stand 



(1958) 



59-5086 



!S0 



larvae 
1784) 



of Eleniiius 



Amer, Midi. Nat. , 59(1)^254-5 

The ichthyokinometerj an improved 

ichthyometer for studying action of 

chemical agents quantitatively in 

fish 



MF 



Andrew, P.J. ". 59-5084 

G.H. Oeen (195p) 
New Westmin ster ., Б. 0. 74 p. 
Progress report; sookeye and pinlc 
salmon investigati;ins at the Seton 
Creek hydroelectric installation 



Braemer^ V/. (1958) 



59-5087 



MP 



Z о vergl. Physiol. , 40.529-42 
Zur Gleichgewichtsorientierung 
schrägstehender Fische (Cn the 
stahility orientation of inclined fish 
at rest) 

Investigations on optical •" static 
ocMiiponentfi of the vertical inclined 
pr- sit ion of ■"'"■о_е_с11оЪг5^соп _equ e s - 
changing during the day -" at night - 
-'" of Thayeria obli qua -" Chi lo du s 
punctatus " always the same. 



P 



-' г о 



Acolat, L. (1957) 59-5085 

Ann, sei .Univ. Besançon ,, oer<,2<, 6-7 ; 1 
La perche goujonnière ou Grémille 
( Acerina cernua L. ) peut être gardée 
en aquarium et servir à. des recherches 
physiologiques (_А_р е_гсз -па .cernua can 
Ъе kept in aquarium and he used for 
pliysiological investigations) 



Chieffij G. ¿v 59-5088 

E. de Lutio (1957) - 
R. C.Accad.Lincei, 23(5)^316-9 
II metaholismo del testosterone da 
parte di Lehistes reticulatus e di 
Gambusia holhrooki - Ricerche "in 
vivo" (The metabolism of 
testosterone in Lebiste^ retic u latus 
and Gambus_ia hclbrooki - Research 
"in vivo''! 



F 



FAO/59/Û/6O49 



2(6)298 



Clos, P. ?f. 59-5OÖ9 

A. Serfaty (195?) 
Bull « Soc. Hist , nat « Toulouse ¡, 92(3--4)'' 

205-17 
Activités cholinestérasiques chez 
les poissons dulcaquiooles 
(vOhol inestera si с activity cf fresh- 
Vi/ater fishes) 



P 



Ishii, S. (1957) 59-5092 

Annot.zool. jap. ; 30(4)^204-10 
Seasonal changes in the ovary and 
testis of viviparous teleost, Ditrema 
tenimincki 



M 



Gabe, M. (1957) 59-5090 

Ann.Histochim. , 2(3):215-24 
Particularités histochiraiques des 
cellules pigmentées du tissu perirenal 
chez le protoptère, Protopterus 
anectens Ov/en (Hist о chemical 
particularities of pigment cells of 
the perirenal tissue in the protopter, 
Tro topt erus u nectens Owen) 



P 



Haneda, Y. г^-. 59-5091 

F. H, Johnson (1958) 
Proc.nat.Acad.Sci. , Wash. , 44(2)c127-9 
The luciferin-lucif erase reaction in a 
fish, Par apriacan thus heryciformis , 
of newly discovered luminescence 



M 



Jara, Z. (1957) 59-5093 

Zool.Polon. , 8(2-3):113-29 
The blood coagulation system in carp 
( Cyprinus carpió L. ) 



F 



Jitariu, P. & al. (1957) 59-5094 
Ann.Sci.Univ.Jassy , 3(1-2)з13-32 
Etude piiysiologique du mode d'existencî 
et du comportement de la truite de 
Bistrita et de Lacul Rosu, L 'importanc(ï 
de l'hydrogène sulfuré pour la vie de 
la truite (Physiological study on 
the way of living and on the 
behaviour of trout in Bistrita and 
Lacul Rosu. The importance of 
hydrogen sulphide for the existence 
of trout) 



P 



FAO/59/6/6O49 



2(6)s99 



Julien^ A., J. Ripplinger 59-5095 

г- R. Mor eau (1957) ■ ' -^ 
Ann« sci.Univ.Besan^on, ^ Ser. 2 2 -G-Jt 

185-93 ... -;- 

Effets de 1 '^histamine et des anti- 
histaminiques de synthèse sur le 
comportement des Céphalopodes et de 
quelques poissons marins (ïïffect 
01 histamine and of synthetic anti- 
hiotamines on the hehavinur of 
cephalopods and some mar .'.ne fishes) 



M 



Julien, A. & 59-5096 

J. Ripplinger (1957) 
Ann, soi. Univ. Besançon , ' Ser-. 2^9 ^■35r.92 
Physiologie du coeur des poissons^ et 
de son innervation extrinsèque 
(Physiology of the heart of fishes and 
its extrinsic innervation) 

j^escription of the activity of the 
heart in fish- activity developed Ъу 
2 kinds of nerve fibres on which 
different compounds exercise different 
effects. 



MF 



Konishi, J. (1958) 

Zool.Mag. , Tolcyo, ' 67 ( 3 ) ^ 8G-94 



59-5097 



La reacción retiniana.,y., s.u. relación- 
con la reacción' eléctri-ca' del' centro 
visual en el'pez, Caras'sius 'auratus L. 
(The reaction of ' the' retina and its 
relation to the'^ elèctrical'rHaction 
of the visual centre; in jGarassius 
auratus L» ) 



Laurent, P. (1957) 59-5098 

Physiol. comp. 9 4' 346-56 
Le rôle" de la region sino-auriculaire 
dans le fonctionnement cardiaque, chez 
les téléosteens (îhe importance cf 
the sino-auricular part for the 
cardiac fuí}.ction in teleosts) 



MP 



Minamorij S. (l957) 



59-5099 



■ J. Sei. Hiroshima Univ. ^ 17B( 7)^55-64 
Physiological isolation, in. Cob'itidae - 
V. Sterility of the hybrids between 
the mud loach and six races of spinous 
loaches , ,. ' 



Minamori, S. (1957) 59-5100 
J.-Scl. Hiroshima Univ. , 17B-(8) c65-1 19 
Physiological isolation in Cobitldae - 
VI. 'Temperature adaptation and hybrid 
inviahility 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6):100 



памиоцацошидт ивм 



Vallentyne. J.R. (195?) 59-5101 
Amer. Scient. , 45;218~44 
Principles of modern limnology 

A general reviev^ of lake physics «^c 
the interactions of Ъiological i?c 
chemical factors - metabolism. 



?AOsv.ad 



Yentsch, S. С í: 



59-5102 

J. F. Hehard (195?) 
J . Cons . int . Expl or .Mer , 22(2 ) г 1 84~9 О 
А gauge for determining plankton 
volume Ъу the mercury immersion 
method 

Description of apparatus ç, results of 
comparative tests. 



FAOss.ih 



Valentine^ J.R. (1957) 



59-5103 



J.yish.Res.Ed Can. , 14(l):; 33-82 

The molecular nature of organic matter 

in lakes and oceans^ Y/ith lesser 

reference to sewage and terrestrial 

soils 

Extensive literature review 
presenting information on the 
isolation or identification of 
adequately f^:. inadequately characterizec. 
organic compounds from the seston^ 
water - dissolved organic matter - & 
sediments of lakes c,-. oceans. The 
isolation or identification of 



59-5103 
(Card 2) 
adequately characterized organic 
compounds from terrestrial soils, 
sewage & activated sludge. 



FAO :: glk 



MF 



Steffens J Vi. 
Dt s eh. Fisch. 



(1957) 

^tg. , 4^83-7 



59-5105 



Die Wirkung л^оп Hypophyseninjektionen 
auf Laichkarpfen (The influence of 
hypophyse injection on breeding carps) 

Description of the results of 
experiments in different conditions 
¿-. in different fish farms. 



PAO^tl 



F 



:^ylie, J. С (1959) 



London_¿_ РаЪег 



Faher Ltd. 



The wastes of civilization 



59-5106 

160 p. 



A history of the misuse of natural 
resources^ incl. chapter on pollution 
of the oceans f" rivers:^ moves to 
control use ^ to conserve; the costs 
of waste 2" of its prevention. 



SJHi'SJh 



MP 



^-0/59/8/6649 



2(6)5101 



Nickel, E. (1957) 



59-5107 i 



Z.verffl. Physiol. , 40 . 42-64 
Vergleichend experimentelle Unter- 
suchungen über den Stoffv/echsel des 
isolierten lebenden ICiomengev/ehes von 
Regenljogenforelle ( Trutta iridea "./.Gihb) 
(Comparative experimental investigation 
oil the metabolism of isolated living 
gill tisGue in rainbow trout) 



F 



de AngGliSj R. (1958) 59-5IIO 
Boll ,Pos_ca^ 34(5-6) 12-5 
Lo studio del regime idraulico dellc 
lagune a marea ('The study of a 
hydraulic managemenb in Irttoial lagoons) 

Reformulation of Bucchia's workj of 
lC75j 01^ "the characteristics of tidal 
exchange between the sea r a littoral 
lagoon through a narrov/ channel. 



GLKsglk 



MF 



Oliva 5 0. (1957) 

Acta Soc.Zool.Bohemoslov. 



59-5108 
21(4)вбЗ-75 



59-5111 



Some experiences with the use of fish 
poisons during the fish populations 
studies 



Morello, M. (1958) 
Boll.resca , 34(2) :1-6 
Risultati di una indagine sulla 
campagna ittiogenica dei salmonidi 
(Anno 1954-55) (.Results of an 
investigation on the ichthyo-genio 
campaign of salmonids) 



Reviev/ of fry production by fishery 
establishments Sc commercial enterprise^ 
." fishery societies., rr. of the 
problems of development of inland 
fisheries. 



MF 



GLK'jglk 



F 



de Angelis, R. (1958) 59-5109 

Boll. Pesca, , 34(5-6) :, 1-1 1 
îiuovi indirizsi tecnici negli impianti 
di peschiere e lavorieri (Hew 
technical approaches in the 
installation of fish ponds) 

Account of new types of traps & 
barriers used in Italian valle & 
lagoons. 



GLK.'.glk 



MF 



Anonymous (1958) 59-5112 

Boll. Pesca, 34(2): 9-10 

La classificazione delle acque 

salmastro discussa al simposio 

internazionale di Venezia 

(The classification of brackish v/aters 

discussed at the international 

sj^nposium at Venice) 

Notice of the symposium held in 
April 1958 under the aegis of the 
International Union of Biological 
Sciences. 



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Day, A.A. (1959) 59-5113 ; 

Deep-Sea Res. ; 5:249~б5 | 

The continental margin Ъet^¥een Brittany j 

and Ireland ! 

Description of the topography <?;■. 
sediments of the continental slopes 



Northrop J J. 



Blaik 



59-5116 



< I 



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Yl 



à R. Frassetto (1959) 
Deep-Sea Res. , 5:; 290-6 
Bathymetry of the Gihhs Hill area^, 
Bermuda 

Description of the Ъathymetry of the 
area as determined along a number 
of closely spaced sounding tracks. 
Notes on the accurate depth 
determination on the slopes. 



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Schroederp VJ. С (1959) 59-5114 

Deep-Sea Res. , 5 s 266-82 

The lobster^ Нота rus americanuS ;, and the 

red crab у Geryon quinguee!, ens ;, in the 

offshore waters of the western Horth 

Atlantic 

Results of experimental fishing ^ь 
statistics of commercial catches of 
lobster <?- red crab on the continental 
slopes notes on migrations of these spp. 



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Uorthingtonç, L.V. (1959) 
Deep-Sea Res. , 5.297-305 
The 



59-5117 



18" water in the Sargasso sea 



Description of the characteristics 
of surface v/ater in the northern 
Sargasso sea during the winter í- 
the movements of this v/ater out of 
the area of formation. 



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Shorj G.G. J Jr. (1959) 



59-5115 



Deep-Sea Res. , 5:2o3-9 
Reflexion studies in the eastern 
equatorial Pacific 

Results of seismic reflexion survey in 
the boundary regions of present-day 
clay ÍC carbonate deposition. 



Folsom, T.R., F.D. Jennings^ 59-511 8 

&■ R.A. Schwartzlose (^959) 
Deep-Sea Res. ^ 5^306-9 
Effect of pressure upon the 
'protected' océanographie reversing 
therm. omet er 

Determination of the errors^ caused 
by pressure; in slightly differently 
constructed protected reversing 

thermometers. 



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Hill, M.N. (1959) 59-5119 

Je ep-Sea Res. , 5:309-11 

A siiip -Ъогпе nuclear-spin magnetometer 

Description of the magnetometer. 



^AO с tl 



T.T 



Jonssons J. (1959) 59-5122 

ICNAF Ser ia l No . 593 ^ 1 p. 
Iceland. Program of research in the 
ICNAF area J 1959 

Report that sampling of comiüercial 
catches in subareas 1 5, 2 c- 3? '' that 
biological, hydrographical & 
experimental fishing research v/ill be 
continued in subareas 2 ('<: 3» 



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l- 



Eobinson, A. ê- 59-5120 

H. Stommel (l959) 
Deep-Sea Res. , 5в12-4 

Amplification of transient response of 
the ocean to storms by the effect of 
bottom topography 

Theoretical consideration of the 
influence of bottom topography on the 
transient response of the ocean to 
short-period large-scale fluctuations 
in the v/ind. 



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Wall, R.G.R. (1959) 59-5123 

ICNAF Serial No . 601 ^ 1 p. 
united Kingdom. Program of research 
in the ICNAF area, 1959 

Report that selectivity 5: length 
composition studies will be 
continued. 



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West Indies. Ministry of 59-5121 

Natural Resources í Agriculture (1959) 
Trinidad s 24 p. 
\7est Indies Fisheries Bulletin no. 1 



Monthly extension bulletin giving 
information on fisheries of the 
territories of the Federation & of othei 
countries in the region ^ on the 
activities of international 
organizations concerned with fisheries, 
& on literature received. 



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Mattisen, A.E.J A.A. Kirillov 59-5124 

& V.N. Pospelov (1958) 
Moskva g 428 p. 

Spravochnik po rybokhoziaistvennoi 
gidrotekhnike (Pocket guide to 
fishcultural hydro techny) 

Practical handbook of all engineering 
vrork for fich-culture; earth-moving, 
\mter control '■- lifting, construction 
of bunds ;, dams - other water 
retaining works» gates, locks, etc. 5 
electrical installations" weed 
removal; concrete mixing, carpentry; 
with detailed standard tables for 
estimates. 



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тит 



Hansueti, R.J. (1958) 59-5125 

I.'Iaryland Tidev/.ÍTews ;, 14И<, 4 
Erief squici discovered in Maryland 
part of Chesapeake Ъау 

ITote on the capture of Lolliguncula 
brevis Blainville с on its life-history < 



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Butz, G. (1958) 59-5126 

Maryland Tid ew, Hews 5 1 4 ^ 3 > 4 

Age of fish revealed by its scales 

Popular note on methods of study. 



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Beavenj G.F. (1958) 59-5127 

Ma r y 1 a nd T i d e w . N ev/ s , 14;:5з 8 
Contrihution of shell plantings to 
Maryland's oyster production 

Discussion of the importance of 
cultch & of factors affecting setting^ 
methods of planting shells & of 
determining the yields from them;; 
variation in the profit from the use of 
shells. 



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Cargo^ Б.О. (1958) ^ 59-5128 
Maryland Tidev/.Hews <, 1 4 - 6 у 8 
Crabs retain dye from stained food 

Note on the retention by crabs of 
neutral redi, irom pieces of fish fed 
to them¡, the dye then serving as a 
mark of these crabs. 



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Das, I. (1958) 59-5129 

Pro с na t . Inst. Sei. India ;, 24Б;; 273-84 
Observation on the nutrition of the 
carp spav/n of the Mahanadi river 

Early carp spawn has been reared with 
Zooplankton f^- various other feed with 
different combinations of protein^ fat¡, 
carbo-hydrate 5 roughage à vitamins. 
The record of grov/th of various spp. 
&. the total yield has been kept & the 
value of different type of food has 
been assessed. 



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Ver±ataraman, O.S. (1958) 59-5130 
Proc.nat. I nst. Sei. India ^ 24B: 307-13 
A contribution to the knowledge of the 
Diatomaceae of Kanya Kumari (Cape 
Comorin)j India - II. 

List of 27 spp. s with notes on form, 
dimensions -"■: habitat of each. 



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Prasad, К. H. (195Ö) 59-5131 • 

Proc. mt_. Inst . Sei. India , 24Б:314-24 i 

ITotes on the habitat and haЪits of ! 

Clevel and i a 1юз (Jordan and Gilhert) ! 

Short description of habitat c.-. an 
account of experiments to analyse 
Ъehaviour at various temperatures'^- 
analysis of stomach contents as 
approach to study of food, & feeding 
haЪits. 



РАО: Elk 



rasad 5 R.::. (1959) 



59-5132 

Pieproduction in Clevelandia _io£ (Jordan 
and Gilbert) 5 v/ith an account of the 
embryonic and larval development 



oicie at 1st maturity; breeding habits 
f: sexual dimorphism J embryonic 
development r. larval sta;^^es of the 
¿obyj, Clevelandia ios« 



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Ye ill et, A, ô: 59"5133 

P. Graf (1959) 
Eull.Soc.Sci. Hancy, 18(1): 123-7 
Dégénérescence de la glande androgene 
des crustacés décapodes parasités par 
les Pihisocéphales (Degeneration 
of the androgenous gland of decapod 
crustácea by rhiaocephalans) 

Anatomical -"■ histological notes. 



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Maubeuge, P.L. (1959) 59-5134; 

Bull .Soc. Soi ЛТапс^г^ 1 8( 1 ) .: 1 32-5 i 
lîotes "gcologicues. Sur l'âge des 
sables aalcniens de îlamers (Sarthe) 
(Geological notes. On the age of the 
aeolian sands of Llamers, Sarthe) 

Contents as per title. 



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Kobayashiy S. •" 59-5135 

M. Mo gam i (1958) 
Bul 1 . Fa с . Pi sh . Hoi J :a ido , 9 Ö9-94 
effects of x~irradiation upon rainbow 
trout ( Salmo ir id eus ) - III. Ovary 
growth in the stages of fry and 
f ingerí ing 

Report of changes in ovary weight " 
ovary length in fish subjected to 
various levels of irradiation 
compared v/ith those in controls. 



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Maeda, Ï. (195^) 59-5136 

Bui 1 . Рас. Pish. Holdca ido, 9^101-19 
(On thT?: trawl fishing ground off the 
west coast of the Kamchatka peninsula) 

ili ^^ 

Account of the fishing operations " of 
location of valuable grounds;; 
tabulation of total catch of each sp. 
r- of the average catch at different 
deijths^ estimate of area of valuable 
trawl ground! some results of tagging 
king crab. 



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яшжшштштгшяй 



Saito, T., Y., Arai 59~5137 

&■ T. Tanal-a (195Ö) 
Eull_._FaG._Fish, I- Iokliaido , 9^121-6 
(studies on the organic phosphates in 
mr.scle of aquatic animals - VI. 7jffects 
of storing temperature upon the content 
of muscular nucleotides of sq_uid;. 
M_ En 

Fresh muscles of squid were stored at 
-6° С for 50 hours or at П^'С for 24 
hours. The changes in amounts of 
nucleotides^ nucleosides ^r. purine hasos 
during these periods of storage have 
been followed bj the techniques 
described previously. 
РАО z t s M 



Page , 



L. (195Ö) 
ànn.Iiis t . ooéanogr . j, .-.aris 



Ito, Y. (195З) 59-5138 

Bui 1 . Fa с . Pi sh . Iloldca i do , 9? 127-37 
(Studies on c"rystallinG whale insulin - 
IV. Structure of sperm- and sei-whale 
insulins). Ni En 



i\mino-acid composition. 



i^AO;.glk 



59-5140 
35(4)^237-42 
Les campagnes scientifiques du 
bathyscaphe P.N.R.:.. III 1954-1957 
(The scientific cruises of the 
bathyscaph P. U.R. S. Ill 1954-1957) 

Paper no. 1 of "Résultats scientifiques 
des campagnes du bathyscaphe P.K'.R. S. 
III 1954-1957". List of descents^ 
collaborators- brief note on kinds 
of Y/ork done;, chronological 
bibliography. 



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Houot, G. (I95Ö) 
Ann. Inst, oc éano grj 



Paris. 



59-5141 
35(4) ^■243-4 



Lc bathyscaphe P.II.R..-.. Ill et la 
recherche scientifique (ï'he 

bathyscaph F.îi.R.S. Ill and 
scientific research) 

Paper no. 2 of "Résultats scientifiques 
des cam|)agnes du batliyscaphe Р.Б', R, S. 
Ill 1954-1957"- Brief note on 
development of this craft '^ the work 
done with it. 



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Page, L. (195Ö) 



Ann . Ini 



t . océanogr .^g^ 



59-5139 

„ Zi£. 35 (4) '237-341 

Résultats scientifiques des campagnes 
du bathyscaphe F.ÏÏ.R. 3. III 1954-1957 
(Scientific results of the cruises of 
the bathyscaph F.N.R.S. Ill 1954-1957) 

Seven papers^ 59-5140 to 59-51 46 ^ 
describing the bathyscaph '■■. the v/ork 
done with it. 



ÏÏillm, 



(195Ö) 



59-5142 



Ann. Inst, oceanogr. .PariS;; 35(4) 245*53 



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Hot es techniques 
notes) 



(Technical 



Paper no. 3 of "Résultats scientifiques 
des campagnes du bathyscaphe ]?,îi, R, S, 
III 1954-1957". General account^ ill.^ 
of the principles of this crafty its 
main parts,, '": the layout of the 
interior of the sphere. 



M 



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2(ó):107 



Brouardel, G. (l95ö) 59-5143 

Ann.jJLipt^. océanogr. ^ Pari s j 3 5 ( 4 ) ^^ 2 5 5-^^ 

Apj)areils de prélèvements (Sampling 
apparatus ) 

Paper no. 4 of "Résultats, scientifiques 
des campagnes du bathyscaphe F.N.R.S. 
III 1954-1957". 111. account of 
apparatus for taking samples of water 
at chosen positions in the course of the 
descent or ascent of the hathyscaph. 



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ÎVÎ 



Pérès, J. -M. (1950) 



59-5144 



Ann. Inst . océanogr . ; Paris , 35(4)'; 259-85 
Remarques générales sur un ensemhie de 
quinze plongées effectuées avec le 
bathyscaphe P.ÎT.E.S. III (General 
remarks on a s-eries of fifteen descents 
made váth the hathyscaph F. P.P. S, III) 

Paper no. 5 of "Résultats scientifiques 
des campagnes du bathyscaphe F.N.R. S, 
III 1954-1957". Account of observations 
madOj from the bathyscaph., on 
temperature,, currents & turbidity 5 гг. on 
the distribution f" behaviour of pelagic 
/?• benthonic organisms. 
GLK:glk M 



Trégouboffj G. (195Ö) 59-5146 
Ann. Inst. océanogr. ; Paris , 35(4) • 

327-41 
Le bathyscaphe au service de la 
planctonologie (The use of the 
bathyscaph in planktonology) 

Paper no. 7 of "Résultats scientifi- 
ques des campagnes du bathyscaphe 
F.N.R. L. III 1954-1957". Ideological 
'" biological observations on planktor. 
in the region of Villefranche-sur-mei> 
made from the bathyscaph. 



GLICiglk 



(I95Ö) 

61.; 182-6 
A mouthful of babies 



At z J J . ' 
Anim.Kingd. 



59-5147 I 



Breeding of Ga 1 e i c h t hy- s _f el is in 
aquarium. 



59-5145 
35(4)^287-326 



Bernard, P. (1958) 

Am .Ins t . о céa nogr . ^ Pari 

Plancton et benthos observés durant 

trois plongées en bathyscaphe au large 

de Toulon (plankton and benthos 

observed during three descents in the 

bathyscaph off Toulon) 

Paper no. 6 of "Résultats scientifiques 
des campagnes du bathyscaphe F.ÎÎ.E.S. 
III 1954-1957''« Technique of enumeratior 
observations on variations in density 
of plankton;, notes of the i^rincipal 
recognisable forms;, on currents seston 
'" benthos. 
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Bainbridge^ R. (l95^) 



59-5148 



J.exp.Eiol., 35 ( 1 ) :■ 1 09-33' 
The speed of swimming of fish as 
related to size and to the frequency 
and amplitude of the tail beat ' 






MP 



i 



2(6), 108 



Balon^ E. (1957) • 59-5149 
Mém.ooc.zool.tohécosl. -, 21 (З) 193-202 
К rastu а hiometrike lariev inihule 
potocnej (Lampetra planeri Llochj 17З4) 
z riecky Lucina v Sliessku 
(Contribution to the growth and biometry 
of larvae of the lamprey from the river 
Lubina in Silesia). En 


: Benl, G. (195^) 59-5152 

Datz, 1l(2)c33-7 
' Gyrinocheilus а;\япоп1ег1 (Tirant) 1о83, 

der "Algenfresser" (Gyrinocheilus 
i aymonieri Pirant lCC3v the voracious t 
' eater of algae) 

oystematics^ m rphology^ behaviour 
in aquarium» 

Í is p 


Balón, E. (195Ö) 59-5150 
Landwirt Schaft ^ 5(2) 209-301 
Frispevok к poznaniu velcu а rastu 
plot i ce lesklej dunajskej (Rutilus pigUÊ 


Cihar, J. (1957) 59-5153 
îîém. Зое. aool. tcheco si. , 21 (4): 31 1-25 
FotraAml biologie karasa obecnébo 
(Carassius oarassius m. hurr:ilÍB Heckel 
IG40) (Food and feeding of 
Carascius oarassius m. ЬгятШз Heckel) 
En Ru Os 

P 


virgo) a charakteristike racstu 
niektorych ryb (A contribution to 
the age and growth of Rutilus pig-us 
virgo and the characteristic of the 
growth of some other fishes). En 

Г 


Balón, E. (1957) 59-5151 
Landwirtschaft, 4(5)-9б1-об 
Vek а rast neresového stáda dunajského 
kapra sazana (Cyprinus carpió morpha 
hungaricus Hecko ; z Malého Duna .1a nad 
Kolárovom (Age and growth of 
spawning shoal of the Danubian wild 
carp from the smaller Danube above 
Kolárovo). En 

F 


Oihar, J. L 59--5154 

S. Franl-; (195Ô) 
Hém.Soc.zool.tchécosl. , 22:; 13-30 
Potrava a rust perlina (Scardinius 
erythrophthalmus Linnaeus ) 
(Food and growth of b^cardljiiiis 
er_2^throphthalmus LinnaeTis ) ." ^ 
En Ru С s 

F 

i 



FAO/59/8/6049 



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DesmaraiG^ Y. (l95ö) 59-5155 î 

Hat , cañad. ^ 85(4) ЛЗ-о ■ 

Croissance et alimentation comparéo de ; 

la truite du parc des Laurentides et i 
de Rimouski (Gro\rbh compared . to f ooc, 
in trout of "paro des Laurentides et ее 
liimouski) 

Л comparative study of marked 
oali'-elinus fontinalis in several lakes 



Jenkins, R.I-x. (1957) 59-5 150! 
kep. Ok la . Fish« Res. ЬаЪ. , 60:1-21 i 
Growth of 'v/hite has s in Oklahoma ; 



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Greenv/ood, P.IÍ. (1958) 
Int. Congress of 2ool. i, 



59- 



K^G С G • 



■5156 

II(2);1"3 



Evolution and speciation in the 
Haplochromis (Pisces.^ Cichlidae) of 
lake Victoria 



Jackson, S. 



Jr. 



Proc. Okla . Acad. Gci . 



(1953) 59-5157 

J 36.146-54 

Q-ummary of a three-year census on lake 
Eucha and Spavinav/ lake., Oklahoma ^ 
with comparisons of other Oklahoma 
reservoirs 



■enkinsj R.Th (l958) 



59-5159 



Proc.Qkla. Acad. Sei. ^ .3*^2157-72 
The standing crop of fish in 
Oklahoma pond_s 



Misikp V. (195Ö) 



59-5160 



Eiolofsi c keprace ^ 4(6): 55-125 
Biometrika Dunajskeho kapra 
( Cyprinus, .carpió carpió L. ) z 
d.una.jského syst ému na olovensku 
pic metrics of the ;)апиЪп -arp from 
the • ;l о vakian л ;апиЪ e ) 



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V/athnej F. (1959) 59--5161 

Comm. Fish , Rev.' , 2 1 ( 4 ) : 1 -2б 
S-ummary report of exxiloratory long'-line 
fishing for tuna in Gulf of Mexico and 
Carihbean sea^ 1954-1957 

Gives results of subsequent long-line 
cruises by the 0R;JG01T .•^■; an analysis of 
the environmental у geographical &. 
operational factors ^^Лlich have been 
experienced. 



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Southgate^ Б.А, (1959) 
Nature, Lond . , 1u3c79ö~9 
The metropolitan water hoard 

Reviev; of 59-5163. 



59-51641 



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vanîîaagen^ R.IÍ. (1959) 59-5162 
Comm.Fiah.Rev. , 2l(4)i'27-31 
Fisheries instrumentation laboratory 
offers biologists nev/ research "tools" 

Brief account of services of the 
laboratory with notes on several ill. 
examples of modern instrumentation 
applied to fishery research. 



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Taylor^ Eo':;. (195Ö) 



¿i2_J:i 



'J¿ 



59-5163 
Bd, 112 p. 



Thirty-seventh report on the results 
of the bacteriological J chemical and 
biological examination of the London 
waters for the years 1955-1956 



F 



Llewellyn, J. (1959) 

1G3 035 



59-5165 



: a ture ^ Lond. y 



Relationship between Sictyocotyle and 
Calicotyle 

A criticism of the conclusions reached 
by Dawes, B. " I. Griffiths, 5^451 4« 



GLK:vvfa¿ 



59-5166 

I, Griffiths (1959) 
Haturcy Lond_. y 1ö3:G35~"6 
Relationship between Dictyocotyle and 
Galicotylo 

A reply to 59-5165. 



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FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)c111 



Scottj Б. 

J. M. 

Nature, Lond. ., 1оЗ:;03б-7 
Cover on river Ъottomз 



Rushforth (1959) 



59-5167 



1)езсг1Ъез the relationship hctv/een the 
covered hottom ^^^ size of the stones in | 
the cover '-"■ discusses its ecological j 
significance v/ith respect to the ! 
population density of the macroscopic 
invertebrate fauna. 



GLKsT/ad 



Lamb 



CA., O.G. Bentley 



59-5170 



Г: J, Ж, Eeattie (Ed.) (1958) 
Нем York; Ácad. Press ^ Inc. у 410 p. 
Trace elements 

Proceedings of the Conference held at 
the Ohio Agricultural Experiment 
otjition^, ■'.oosters, Ohioc, October I4- 
16 J 1957o Contains in part material 
on the nutrition of algae. 



cY/ad 



Böhlke^ J.E. (195C) 59-"5l6c 

Bull.Fl a.St.IIus. , 3(4):173-G 
studies on fishes of the family 
Characidae - I6. A nev/ Hyphessobrycon 
from Costa Rica 



I-Iev/itt, E.J. (1959) 

183. 1009 



I\l a tur e ^ Lond^. ¡, 



Inorganic micronutrients in 
physiology and agriculture 

A reviev/ of 59-5170. 



OLE;, wad 



59-5171 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5169 

Im a tur eg Lond. , IS3.IOO5-6 
Expansion of marine research in the 
United States 



Discusses a statement issued by the 
National Academy of Sciences National 
Research Council on the progress of 
needs of marine science in the USA. 



Ano^onous (1959) 59-5172 

Nature, Lond. , 183;;1023 

Fishing gear of England and ITales 

Review of 59-1414. 



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2 ( 6 ) : 1 1 2 



мм«1мг«1««мт « 1м « 1Л Г чД1»1м « 



Graham 5 J/.T. Г 59~51ТЗ 

S. С. Cooper (1S'59) 
Nature, Lond. ^ 183^1050-1 
Biological origin of manganese-rich 
deposits of the sea floor 

Presents evidence from an analysis of a 
mud sample^ indicating that a protein- 
rich exudate from. Foraminifera can 
provide a substrate Af'/hich promotes 
the growth of an unknovm organism 
capable of extracting trace elements 
from sea v/aters. 



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van Heel; 77.K.3. (1939) 59-5174 

llature , Lond , , 183:10бЗ 
Audio-direction finding in the 
porpoise ( Phocaena phocaena) 

Describes experiments using underwater 
signals to determine acuity of 
perception of the direction of sound. 



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59- 



■5 175 



Allen ^ A. P-. 

P.E. Alston (1959) 
nature s Lond. , 1u3.1064-5 
Formation of purple pigment in 
Spirogyra pratensis cultures 



Describes observations '■''. experiments 
shoY/ing that this alga can form an 
iron-tannin pigment Ь discusses its 
significance in relation to toleration 
of certain natural environments. 



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CarrutherS;, J.iJ 
iTaturc <■ Lond. , 



al. (1959)59-5176 



183 10o4->7 



ohorewards upslope of the layer of 
miinimiUm oxygen off Bombay its 
influence on marine biology ^ 
especially fisheries 

Notes on earlier knowledge of 
upwelling in the Arabian Sea,' 
description of the subsurface ox~'-gen 
minimum layer '"■ fish mortalities^ 
vertical distribution of oxygen^ 
phosphates y salinity •'' temperature off 
Bombay during October-November 195öj 
'^ description of the influence of the 
seasonal up-.;Glling of o^cygen minimiom 



59-5176 
(Card 2) 



layer on the marine life 
fisheries. 



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(1959) 

о • 



Marshall 5, i'T.B. 

I'la t ur e i, L о nd_^ , 1 83 : 1 1 00 

Bear island cod 

A reviev/ of 5^1501. 



59-51 78 



GLK s 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)j113 



Freeman^ P. (1959) 
Eull.Erit.I.îus. (nat.Kist t ) j 
A study of the New Zealand 
(Díptera., Nematocera) 



59-5179 
7(9) 393-437 
(;hironomidae 



O'Rourke, F.J. (1959) 
nature, Lon _d._; 1o3s1192 
Serolo¿^ical relationships 
Gadus 



Px\ 



59-5IÖO 
in the genus 



Deccrihes these in G. callarlas <, G. 



aeglefinus 



G, pollacius. 



GLICcvTad 



M 



Ghiretti. F. 



Nature c, Lond. , 



(1959) 59-51 G1 j 

1u3i 1192-3 I 

Oephalotoxin: the сгаЪ -paralysing 
agent of the posterior salivary glands 
of cephalopods 

Descrihes procedure for extraction fiz 
purification of this protein from 
uepia officinalis .^ indicates that a 
similar procedure can Ъе followed v^áth 
Octopus vulgaris <■■- Oj_ macro pu s g -•':. 
deccrihes methods of testing its 
effect on Briphia spinifrons. 



GLIC:;v/ad 



'..alker^, J. 11. Г 

P.J. Syr et t (1959) 
Nature, Lond, , 1 G3 : 1 193-4 



59-5182 



Eifect of heav^'' water 
Chlorella vulgaris 



on the growth of 



De^crj.bes experiments with specific 
referenc« to growth inhibition - 
synthesis of chlorophyll in cultures 
grov.Tn on ,'::lucoso. 



GLKcwa^ 



F 



Prowseo G.A. (1959) 



59-51 C3 



1 33 ; 1204-5 



Nat ure, Lond. , 

Pielationship between epiphytic algal 

species and their macroph;^''tic hosts 

Describes experiments to determine 
¥/hat species of ei^iphytes \àll develop 
on healthy hosts using a technique in 
which the host plants are first 
"cleared" by the use of "Katadyned" 
water vЛ'lich contains free silver ions 
in active form., o: then transferred to 
fish ponds valere the development of 
the epiphytes occurs j related this to 
fish culture. 
GLKcwad F 



Pratt, D.B. "■ 
G. V/addGll ( 
Na, t ur e , L о ndj^ ^ 



959) 
183^1208-9 



59-5184 



Adaptation of marine bacteria to 
growth in media lacking sodium 
chloride 

Describes experiments using synthetic 
sea v/ater lacking only sodium 
chloride ^ 



GLKcv/ad 



i^AO/59/8/6049 



2 ( 6 ) . 1 1 4 



■"■■¡гге-и^ ■Airara— TMaxrama-jr-* 



Barnes y H. (1958) 
London^, G.Allen ^"' 



50 



Unwin^ Ltd. s 



Oceanography and marine biology: 
Ъоок of techniques 



7-5 IÔ5 
218 p. 

a 



M 



Well s j A.L. (1959) 

London ^' IleviT York;, 

Garden ponds, fish and fountain! 



5 9-5 136 
V.^rne ?:. Co. , 192p 



U.K. Central Advisory 59-5187 

Water Committee (1959) 
Londo n^ H.H. S.C. , 20 p. 
Report of the sub-committee on 
information on water resources 



F 



Parry p G. , F.G.T. Holliday 59-5188 

Í. J.ÎÎ.S. Slaxter (1959) 
IIa tur G; Lo_nd _._c, 1 83 :: 1248-9 
'Chloride-secretory' cells in the 
gills of teleosts 

.Describes some experiments on ■^' 
discusses the question of whether 
the acidophil cells of gills r- 
pseudohranch arc concerned v/ith salt 
exchange. 



GLK'.wad 



MF 



Stubhings^ H.G. (1959) 
Nature, Lend.. 183:1282 



59-5189 



Abnormal development of the basis in 
Ea lanus amphitrite var. stutsburi 
Darwin 

Describes museum specimens - 19'bh 
century - showing the deformed basis 
characteristic of barnacles growing 
on unfavorable or toxic substances. 



GLKcwad 



M 



Greemroodj Р.Ы. (1959) 59-5190 
Bull. Prit. lîus. (nat. Hist.2 ^ 5 ( 7 ) с 1 6 3-21 $ 
The monotypic genera of cichlid 
fishes in lake Victoria - Part 2¿ 
and a revision of the lake Victoria 
Ha-p lochrom-is species (Pisces Cichlidae) 
Part 3 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)-1l5 



Mortimer J O.H. (1959) 59-5191 

¡Tature ^ Lond.;, IC3 'J 1305-6 

The national Gceanograpliic Council 



A review of 5S'~1^27« 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5194 

Comrn , '?i Gh , llev._ ,_, 2 1 ("4 ) " 3 7 -u 
California - Investigation of аЪа1опе 
resources continued (m/V NAUTILUG and 
diving Ъoat MOLLUSK;, cruise 58~N-2) 

Contents as ''^er title. 



GLK; 



M 



Burkholderj P.R.^ L.II, 59^5192 

J. A. rdvero (1959) 
103:: 1338-9 
in some corals and 



Burkholder c 
Ilature^ ^ Lond . , 
a 



Chlorophyll 
marine plants 



Describes a study to assess the 
chlorophyll potential of corals c: 
sea anemones r"- com.pares them with 
other ph to synthetic systems of 
algae ^c flowering plants in a 
tropical marine environm.ent . 



GLICrwad 



FAO„ 



M 



L., 



Fryer, G. (1959) 59-5193 

Nature, Lond. , 183:1342-3 
Development in a mutelid lamelli- 
Ъ ranch 



Descrihes the life-history of the 
African Mut el a hour gui g nat i whose host 
is Larhus altianalis radcliffi. 



GLK: wad 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



59-5195 



Anonymous (1959) 
Comm.Fish.R_e_v^ , 2 1 ( 4 ) : 38-9 
California sardines - Landings in 
1958 season hest in seven years 

Contents as per title. 



FAG;; 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5196 

_G^mi-n. Fish. Rev V > 2 1 ( 4 ) 41-2 
Flsli' farming - FAÛ loans expert to 
Fish and Wildlife Service 



Contents as per title. 



FAG 



F 



2(6) '116 



¡шшншинт 



Anonymous (i 959) 59-5197 

Gomin, Fish. Rev. ^ 2 1 ( 4 ) , 42-3 
Gull exploratory fishery program - 
Experimental mid-water trawl fishing 
off the Mississippi delta (m/V ORjJCON 
cruise 56) 

Contents as per title. 



L' AU 



M 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5200 

Co mm.Fish . Rev_._ , 2 1 ( 4 ) . 4 5 . 
Menhaden - United States landing,;:; ^ 
1956-1958 

Contents as per title. 



FAG; 



M 



Anonjmious (1959) 59-5198 

Co mm.Fish. Rev. ^ 2l(4):;43-4 
Gulf exploratory fishery program - 
Lampara seines and hauling equipment 



tested off Florida west 
GEORGE П. B0\"fER3 cruise 

Contents as per title. 



coast 
16) 



(K/V 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5201 

Comm. F ish. Re v. , 21(4)^46-7 
North Atlantic fisheries 
exploration and gear research -- 
Commercial stocks of tuna found in 
western ÎTprth Atlantic (m/V БЕЪА'"АПК 
cruise 59-1 ) 

Contents as per title. 



FAOc 



FAOc 



Anon^Tnous (1959) 59-5199 
Comra. Fish. Rev. , 21 ( 4 ) ■ 44 
Gulf exploratory fishery program - 
Red snapper experimental trawling 
( ontinued (m/V ¿ILVER BAY cruise I4) 


Anonymous (195S) 
Comm . Pi s h . Re V . , 2 1 ( 4 ) 47 "г9 
Oceanography - l. ider study 
sea urged 


59-52 
of the 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 




AAO z M 


FAO: 


M 



PAO/59/8/6049 



2(б):117 



Anonymous (1959) 
_C;oj:am.Fis h.nev. ^ 21 (4);, 49 



59-5203 



Anonymoua (1959) 

Сотгл . Fish. Rev. , 21 (4):; 53 



59-5200 



Oregon - Fish and shellfish landings ¡, 


Striped has s - Survey shows excellent j 


1953 


crop of young in Chesapeake hay j 


Contonts asp er title. 


Contents as т)ег title. 

! 

1 
1 

1 


FAC : IIF 


1 
1 

i 
1 

FAO : MF 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5204 

Comm.Fish.Rev, J 21(4)50 

Pacific oceanic fishery investigations ■ 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5207 
Comm . Fi sh . Rev . , 2 1 ( 4 ) 5 4-5 
United States fishing fleet 


Skipjack tuna migration studies 


additions - Novemher 1958 


initiated (m/V IIUGH M. SMITH) 






Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 




FAO . 1Я 


FAO 3 MF 


Anony]:10US (1959) 59-5205 

Comm . Fi sh . Re V J 2 1 ( 4 ) ': 5 1 ~2 

Sen, otter food habits under study 


Anonymous (l959) 59-5208 
Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(4)^60-1 
International Pacific Halibut 
Commission - Halibut regnalations for 


Contents as per title. 


1959 




Contents as per title. 


FAO - la 


FAO" M 



.1 



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2(6):118 



вв я^юа^1^м « т 1! ^и^^ я шшв1шш1!шя 



MIL 



Ano пут о -J. s (1959) 
C'omm. Fish. Re v. ^ 21 (4): 61 
ITortiiv/GS-í: Pacific fisher 
HuGsian conference 

Contents as per title. 



59-5209 I 
Japanese-} 



ÎIF 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5210 

Oomm.Fish.Fiev. ^ 2 1 ( 4 ) ° 6 2 
T/haling - Japan announces conditional 
withdrawal from convention 

Contents as per title. 



FAOc 



11 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5211 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21 (4):. 62-3 
United Kingdom vidll not v/ithdrav/ from 
International v/haling Convention 

voiitents as per title. 



140 



Anonym ou rj, (l959) 5S--5'''i 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21 (4): 63-5 
Argentina - Fishing industry trcnJ..^ ^ 

1 957-1 95Ö 

Contents as per title. 



FAO 



MP 



Anonymous (l959) 59-5213 

Cornm . Fi'^h.Rev. ., 21 (4), 65 
Australia - Tuna catch good off 
New oouth \7aleG 

Contents as per title. 



FAO; 



Anonymous (1959) ^ 59-5214 

Com m. Fish. Rev. ^ 21 (4) '65-6 
Australia - Tuna fishing season in 
I95Ö sets record 

Contents as per title« 



FAO; 



M 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)¿119 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5215 
> omni, Fi;.ho Piev. ^ 21 (4) ,; 66 


Anonyiïious (1959) 59-52 1 1- 
Comm, Fish. Rev. , 21 (4) -68-9 


Auctralia - ile\; üouth Wales shrimp 


Chile - Licensing reg-ulations for 


:;r,,_;..ulations 


foreign fishing vessels proposed 


■.'Ontonts as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO M 


FAO : M 


Anonyiiious (1959) 59-5216 
Comm . Fi sh . Rev . , 2 1 ( 4 ) ■ 67 -8 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5219 
Comm. Fish. Rev. J 21 (4) s 69 


Canada - Progress report on control 


Colombia ~ Amount of bond requirea 


of sea lamprey in Great Lakes 


for shrimp fishing permit revised 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per tiile« 


FAO: MF 


FAO. M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5217 
Comm . Fi ch . Rev . , 2 1 ( 4 ) -S 68 


Anon^/iTîous (1959) 59-522C 
Comm . Fi sh , Rev. , 2 1 ( 4 ) ' 69 


Ceylon - Fresli-v/ater fisheries bein^;; 


Costa Rica -- Spiny lobster landings 


developed 


lower in I95Ö 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO .. P 


FAO г M 



FAO/59/3/6049 

НВ1П1МГО!1ЫНЦИШИ«Ы№т1ЖИШЯШДШашшш1«и«1Ш1М 11 т1Ж 1 м м м мм м»ш 1 



2(6)t120 



Anonymous (1959) 
Comm.Fish.rtev. s 21(4)Л0-1 


59-5221 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5224 ;. 
Oomm.Fiüh.Rev. , 21(4)73 Í 


Denmark - Fishery trends^ 


195Ô 


France - Largest tuna fishing vessel j 

launched 


Contents as per title. 




Contents as per title, j 


FAO. 


M 


FAO Г, M 


Anonymous (1959) 

Comm, Fish. Rev, , 21(4)-.71 


59-5222 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5225 
Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21 (4)? 73 


East Africa - Tuna stocks 


in Indian 


Greece - Development of Atlantic 


ocean studied 




ocean fishery 


Contents as per title. 




Contents as per title. 


FAG с 


M 


FAO с M 


Anonymous (1959) 
Comm.Fish.Rev. 5 21 (4);' 72 
Egypt - Fishing industry >, 


59-5223 
1957 


ibionymous (1959) 59-5226 

Oomi-n , Pi sh . Rev . ^ 2 1 ( 4 ) ■ 7 4 


Greece - Sponge fishery;, 195^3 


Contents as per title. 




Contents as per title. 


FAO с 


MP 


FAO ■ M 



PAO/59/8/6049 



2(б),121 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5227 
Coram. Fish. ReVo , 21 (4): 74 
Iceland - Fishery landingSj 1958 


i 

Anonymous (1959) 59-5230 | 

Comrn. Fish. Rev. , 21 (4) 77-8 1 

Liberia - fishing industry 1 

1 


Contents as per title. 


1 
Contents as per title. 


FAO . M. 


FAO : MF 


Anonyraous (l959) 59-5228 
Comr.. Fish. Rev. , 21 ( 4) : 74-5 
Iceland - ".inter trawl fisheries 
trends 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5231 
Comm . Fi sh. Rev. , 2 1 ( 4 ) - 78 
Mexico - Shrimp landings in 1958 
break record 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO . M 


FAO: M 


Апопупюис (1959) 59-5229 
Согш. Fish. Rev. , 21(4)^77 
Republic of Korea - Landings and 
exports of fishery products ^ 1958 


Anonymous (1959) , 59-5232 
Comm . Fi sh. Rev. 5 21(4) 7^-' 
Mexico •- I.Ierida shrimp fishery 
trendr; 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO . MF 


FAO: M 



FAO/59/8/6049 



2(б):12: 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5233 
Comm. Pish. Rev. , 21 (4) 79 


Anonymous (1959) 59*5236 
Com::: . Fi sh. Rev. , 2 1 ( 4) " ö1 -2 


Mexico - Protocol to International 


îiorway - Winter herring fishery 


7.'T.ialing Convention approved 






Contents as per title. 


Contents as jer title. 




PAO z M 


FAO : M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5234 
Comm. Fish« Rev. , 21 (4) •: 79-80 


AnonynouG (1959) 59-5237 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21 (4) -02 


Morocco ~ Sardine vessel outfitted vàtt 


Norway - 'Tinter herring schools 


electrical fishing equipment 


arrive late 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


PAO с M 


PAO : M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5235 
Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(4) uO-1 


Anonymous (l959) 59-5230 
Com::i. Fish. Rev. ^ 21 (4) í 82 


I'letherlands - Annual whaling report 


ITorv/ay - Y/inter herring fisheries 


for I957-5Ö 


hampered Ъу storms 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO 1 M 


РАО M 



PAO/59/8/6Ü49 



2(6)^23 



кпощтоиз (1959) 59-5-39 
Comm.Fish.Sev. ^ 21(4)'СЗ 


Anonymous (l959) 59-5242 
Comr-..FÍ3]4.Rev. , 21 (4) ь84-5 


Pakistan - Japanese continue to show 


Peru - Fisheries trends j fourth 


interest in development of East 


quarter 195^ 


Pakistan fisheries 






Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 




FAO г , MF 


FAO s M 


Anonymous (1959) 59~5240 
Comm.Fish.Rev. 5 21(4):C3 


Anonymous (l959) 59-5243 
Comm . Fi sh . Rev . , 2 1 ( 4 ) :: 85 


Panama - Shrimp fishery trends ¡, 195^ 


Poland - Fishery landings, 195^ 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO s M 


FAO :■ MF 


Anonymous (l959) 59~5241 
Oomm. Fish. Rev. ^ 21(4)^^23-4 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5244 
Comn¡ . Fi sh . Re V . , 2 1 ( 4 ) ::. 3 6 


Panama - Laws and regulations affecting 


Portugal - Sardine landings in 195^^' 


shrimp fishery 


break record 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as per title. 


FAO 7 M 


FAOi M 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-5245 
Comm. Fish. Rev. , 21(4)^:86 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5240 ! 
Comm.Fish.Rev. 5 21 (4) -83-9 } 


Portugal - Fisheries trendSj, October 

195Ö 


Spain - Fisheries labor problems 
Contents as тэег title. 


Contents as per title. 


^ *f-" "." 








•" ^V . . r 


FAO ! M 


FAO- '" M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5246 
Comm. Fish. Rev. , 2l(4).o7 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5249 
Coram. Fish. Rev. 5 21(4)389 


Singapore - Japanese to train local 


Sweden - Sea fishery laboratory 


fishermen 


research program for 1959 


Contents as per title. 


Contents as jjer title. 


FAO с M 


FAO I M 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5247 
Comm. Fish. Rev. , 2l(4)'oo 
Spain - Territorial waters 


AnonyiAous (1959) 59-5250 
Comm. Fish. Rev. ^ 2l(4)'.:90 
'lYiiv/an (Form.osa) - Fisheries 


■■ 


landings in I95S 


Contents as per title. 






Conten-', s as per title. 


FAO z M 


FAO- MF 



FAO/59/8/6049 



2(6): 125 



AnonymouG (1959) 59-5251 i 

_Çomm_. Fish. Rev« , 21(4)1,90 

ïaiv/an (Formosa) - Vaialing in 1958 

Contents as per title. 



FAOs 



M 



Anonymous (l959) 59-5252 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 2l(4)s90 
Ta iv/a, n ( Form о sa ) - Pesticides used in 
railkfish iDonds 

Contents as ]рег title. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5254 

Comm. F ish. Rev. ^ 2l(4):91 
U.S.S.R. - ITev/ seven-year plan 
for fisheries 

Contents as per title. 



FAOr 



Anonymous (1959) 

Comm. Fish. Rev. ., 21 (4) ^91 

U.O.3.R. - Fishery research 

facilities 

Contents as per title. 



59-5255 



FAOs 



F 



FAQ 



MF 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5253 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 2l(4).:90-1 
Union of South Africa - Spiny lohst er 
catches good off Cape Peninsula 

Contents as per title. 



Horton, P.A. (195G) 



59-5256 
T he s i s , Exe t e г Uni v . ^ 
The hionomics of hrown trout ( Salmo 
trutta) in a Dartmoor stream. 



FAQ 



M 



F 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(б):12б 



ITational Shellfisheries ' ' 59-5257 

Association (1957) 
V/'ashington^ 167 p. 
1956 Proceeding's vol. 47 

Contains papers 58035I to 500354 ^"^ 
59-5250 to 59-5269^ contributed to the 
convention symposium on production -^ 
utilization of seed oystersj technical 
papers on biology of shellfish с shell- 
fish enemies;; environmental conditions $ 
shellfish food;, shellfish poison^ shell- 
fish technology L public health 
aspects. Incl. notes on association 
affairs. 
FAQ 5 ef a IIF 


Gunter^ G. 5 CE. Dav/son 59-5260 

- V.ôn.J. Demoran (l957) 
Proc.nat. Shellfish. AsG. , 47(1956)^31-: 
Determination of how long oysters 
have been dead by studies of their 
shells 

Account of experiments on setting 
some limits upon ages of dead 
shells as indicated by the fouling 

organisms. 

FA0,;efa M 


Cronin, L.E. (1957) 59-5258 
Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. , 47(1956) 2 
Symposium on the production and 
utilization of seed oysters 

Brief notes on the purpose of symposium ^ 
'"• fundamental .•" economic problems 
involved. 

FAO:efa MF 


Shustor^ C.ÎI. , Jr. (1957) 59-5261 
Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. ,' 47(1956) : 

34-42 
On the shell of bivalve mollusks 

Account of observations on the age 
determination;, comparative anatomy 
¿- ecology of bivalves i. relation of 
shell growth to environmental 
conditions 

FAO „ ef a MF 


Chestnut, A.F. (1957) 59-5259 
Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. . 47(1956) -18 


Chestnut, A.F. 5 \:,'ïù. Fahy 59-5262 

& H.J. Porter (1957) 
Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. , 47( 1 956) :50-6 
Growth of young Venus mercenaria,, 
Venus caT:pechiensiSs and their 
hybrids 

Account of studies with clams under 
30 mm spavmed from known parent ¿■ 
i^:rown under laboratory conditions. 
l\iotes on rate of growth " survival» 

FAO . ef a M 


The seed oyster problems of liorth 
Carolina 

Abstr. only. A brief review of industry 
with notes on problems regarding 
seed-oysters. 

FAO ; ef a M 



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Hopkins, S.U. (1957) 



59-526: 



Pro с . ^д. t . She 11 fi sh. As s . , 47(1956) с 58-6I 
Our present кпоуДесд^е of tlie oyster 
parasite Bucephalus 

Puts on гесогсц for oyster biologists^ 
what parasitologists nov/ know about 
oyster~castratin£' flatworm. 



FAO -c ef a 



Dunn, G.E. (1957) 59-5266 

Pro c. nat . Shel lfish. Ass. , 47(1956). 

1 04- G 
Some features of the hurricane 
problem 

Brief notes on formation c- movement 
of hurricanes with reference to 
hurricane tides. 



FAO • ef a 



M 



59-5264 
47 (1956)'; 62-7 



•oelkey C.E. (l957) 
Pro G. nat «Shell fish. Ass . 
The flatworm Pseudo stylo chus ostreo- 
phagus Eyrnanj a predator of oysters 

Hot es on general biology j life history 
'" control of this nev/ly introduced 
oyster predator to Pacific coast beds. 



59-5267 



Butler J P.A. '- 

A.J. '.Vilson., Jr. (1957) 
Pro c. nat. Shel lfish. Ass. , 47(1956) 

109-13 
A continuouG Y/ater sampler for 
estimation of daily changes in 
planlvton 

Describes water collecting device 
with notes on its application & 
advantages. 



FAO:efa 



FAO,?efa 



MF 



Glude^ J.B. (1957) 59-5265 

Procc nat. Shellfish. A s_s_._, 47 (1956 ) з 73-32 
Copperj a possible barrier to oyster 
drills 

Account of laboratory experiments on the 
effectiveness of different metalic drill 
barriers. Tests show that oyster drill 
Uro salpinx \/ould not crawl across clean 
copper or brass although it would cross 
iron^ zinCj Í. S^ran plastic. Incl. 
notes on application. 



РАО : ef a 



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KcParren, E.F. Л al, (1957) 59-52бо 
Pro с . na t . She 1 1 fish. As s . ^ 47(1956)' 

1 1 4-41 
Public, health significance of 
paralytic shellfish poison: a review 
of literature and unpublished 
research 

Peview of subject under headings?. 
Source of poison. Occurrence ("'• 
distribution of toxic shellfish» 
Characteristics of the poison^ -": 
Prevention " control. Incl. full 
bibliographic list. 



FAO :■ ef a 



MF 



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■дитадият 






Fingerman;, M., -- 59-52б9 . 

L.D. Fairbanks (1957) j 

Proc.nat. shellfish. Ass. , 47 ( 1956 ) s 146-7 j 
Investigations of the "body fluid and 
"bi-own-spotting" of the oyster 

Brief account of observations on the 
physiology of the body fluid -" the 
phenomenon of HDrown-spotting ' in 
Crassostrea vir ginica . 



FAOcefa 



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national ohellf isheries 

Association (195^) 
Chapel Hill, 17. C, , 207 P- 
1957 proceedings vol. 4*- 



59-5270 



Contains papers 59"5271 to 59-5293, 
on biology, sanitationj ecology, 
physiology ^:. morphology of shellfish: 
parasites r"- predators. Incl. brief 
biography of honorary members. 



FAO^efa 



MF 



Galtsoff, 



(1958) 



59-5271 



Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. , 4ö( 1 957 ) :ö-22 
The past and future of oyster research 

Discusses Г. reviews main phases of 
oyster research carried on during 
1921 to 1951. v/ith notes on future 

trends^ full bibliographic list. 



FAO.efa 



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Ъо\!, R.L, (1950) 59-5272 

Proc.nat . Shellf ish. Ass. , 4Q(1957) 23-S 
Sanitary criteria for shellfish by 
species and by area 

Account of studies conducted in Maine 
to evaluate the relative importance 
of hydrographie c, geological '"■ 
biological factors having actual or 
potential influence on sanitary 
qualities of shellfish grov;ing areas 
& with notes on experiments to 
establish standards for My t i lu s 
e dull s &. Муа ^ arenaria . 



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59-5273 



Hill 

.": J.A. Hope, Jr. (195Ö) 
Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. , 4^(1957): 

30-43 
Bacteriological studies of harvesting 
and processing of oyster in Virginia 

Hotes on methods of ejiamination^ 
changes in bacterial quality of 
oysters during processing '" evaluation 
of bacterial densities. 



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Lunzj G.P. (195Ö) 59-5274 

Proc.nat. Shellfish. A ss. ^ 4Ö(1957)' 

44-51 
Unused oyster shell in ^outh Carolina 
suitable for seed oyster production 

Discusses possibility of washed 
shells as suitable cultch for seed 
oyster. 



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Chanley, P.E. (195^) 



59-5275 



Pi-oc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. , 4^(1957) 52-б5 
Survival of some juvenile bivalves in 
water of lov/ salinity 

Gives some effects of low salinities c: 
of changes in salinity <?• adaptation 
'■, survival of juveniles of Venus 
mercenaria ; Ens i s directus , Муа 
arenaria г, Crassostrea v irginica , Qstrea 
edulis (■• Brachidontes recurvus. 



59-5278 
40(1957). 



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Mensel, R.\7. , N. С Hulings 59-5276 

& R.R. Hatha v/ay (l95ö) 
Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. , 4S( 1957 ):; 66-7 ' 
Causes of depletion of oysters in St. 
Vincent Barj Apalachicola hay¡, Florida 

Contents as per title. 



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Westley, R.E. (1958) 
Froc. nat . Shellfish. Ass. 

An automatic v/ater sampler for 
marine shore stations 

Describes an automatic sampler that 
takes hourly samples of natural 
v/aters for a week for measurements 
of salinities, some pollutants, & 
possibly bacteriological or plankton 
samples subject to particular 
requirements of storage, evaporation 
'^- contam.ination of samples. 



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Loosanoff^ V.L. " 

CA. ITomejko (l95ö) 
rroc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. 



59-5279 



4- (1957)- 8.3-9 

".lethod for control of the 



Burial as 

common oyster drill, Uro salpinx 

cinerea , of Long Island sound 

Account of experiments to determine 
the /i^ mortality of this sp. buried 
beneath bottom material. Suggests 
simple method for controlling. 



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59-5277 
48(1 957) --72-3 



Engle, J.E, (195S) 

Proc.na t . She 11 fish. As s. 

The seasonal significance of total 

solids of oysters in commercial 

exploitation 



59-52ЗО 
1-8 (1957): 90-1 



Kunkle, B.L. (1958) 

Proc. nat. Shellfish, Ass. 

The vertical distribution of 05''ster 

larvae in Delaware bay 

Contents as per title. 



I'Totes on seasonal fluctuations of total 
solids of oyster meats, v/ith reference 
to harvesting seasons for optim.um 
quality of oysters. 



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SparkSj A.K. ^ J.L. Bosv/ell 59-52GI ! 
" J.G. T.iackin (195З) I 

Proc.nat. Shellfish, Ass. , 48(1 957 ) "92-103 
Studies on the comparative utilization 
of oxygen bj living and dead oysters 

Account of experiments to determine 
oxygen requirements by a dead oyster 
in disintegration c: a live oyster 
for respiration. States that former do 
not use appreciahly greater amount 
of oxygen than latter. 



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59-5202 
40(1957) ^> 103-9 



Cox 5 K.U. (1958) 

Pro c.nat. Shellfish. Ass. 

Notes on the California ahalone 

fishery 

Revievi^s Haliotis ruf oscens ^ П. 
corrugata r". _H^ ful gens fishery in the 
district. Incl. notes on life history, 
movement ¿' migration;, -. transplanting. 



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Smith, R.J. (1958) 59-5284 

Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. , 48(1957)^- 

115-24 
Filtering efficiency of hard clams 
in mixed suspensions of radioactive 
phytoplanliton 

Account of investigations on the 
efficiency of Her cenaría ( = Venus ) 
mercena ria L. in filtering 
Gyr/rnodinium Л Cartería ., algal cells 
of different sizes. 



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Fingerman, M. '" 59-5285 

L.D. Pairhanks (l958) 
Proc.nat.Shellf ish. Ass. ^ 4Ö(1957) 

125-33 
Histophysiology of the oyster kidney 

Describes the morphology A physiology 
of the kidney - organ of Bojanus - 
in Crassostrea vir gi nica . 



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Manning, J. H. & 59-5283 

Ы.Т. PfitzeniTieyer (1958) 
Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. , 48( 1957 ) ■ 1 1 O-4 
The Maryland soft shell clam industry ¿ 
its potentials and problems 

Briefly discusses the problems 
confronting the industry. 



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Guillard, R.R. (1958) 59-5286 
Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. , 48( 1 957 ) 

134-42 
Some factors in the use of nanno- 
plankton cultures as food for larval 
and juvenile bivalves 

Account of feeding experiments with 
larvae & juveniles of Crassostrea 
virgin! ca ^■- Venus mercenaria . 



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Tripp, U.R. (195C) 
^roc.nat . Shellf ich.. Ass. ^ 



59-5287' 
4ö (1 957 )c1 43-7 



Disposai by tlie oyster of intra 
cardially injected red blood cells of 
vertebrates 

Account of studies in elucidating 
defense mechanisms of Crassostrea 
virginica Gmelin by histological 
determination of the fates of various 
vertebrate erythrocytes injected 
intracardially into the oyster. 



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Ehle^ A.F. (195C) 59-5288 

Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. , 48 ( 1957)^ 

148-51 
Some observations on blood circulation 
in the oyster 5 Crascostrea virginica 

Deals with the venous return ¿ gill 
circulation of this sp. 



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Gunter, G. 



(1958 



59-5289 
48(1957) 152- 



Proc.nat . Shellfish. Ass 

An abnormal Virginia oyster v/ith a 

bifurcated muscle 



Description of the muscle structure 
of the specimen. 



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Galt soff, P.S. (1958) 59-5290 
Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. , 48(1 957)'^ 

154-61 
Observations on muscle attachments ¡, 
ciliary motion; and the palliai 
organ of oysters 

Contents as per title. 



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Feng, S.I. (1958) 59-5291 

Proc.nat. Shellfish. Ass. , 48(1957) 

162-73 
Observations on distribution and 
elimination of spores of Ilematopsis 
ostrearum in oysters 

Account of investigations on the 
distribution of cysts in the mantle 
margin f- evidence of discharge of 
spores by oysters. 



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48(1957) 



59-5292 



Cooleyj r.R. (1958) 
Proc. nat. Shellf ish.AsG. 

174-88 

Incidence and life history of Parorchi¿ : 
acanthus ,, a digenetic trematodej in 
the southern oyster drill;, Tha i s 
haem.astoma 

Gives compiled information on life 
cycle J knov7n hostsj reported localitiei 
synonym.y L morphological description j 
of developmental stages of this sp. \ 
Briefly describes the pathology of i 
Parorchis infection in Tj_ haemastoma 
Incl. discussion on the possible use oí' 
this trem.atode as a biological control 



agent for 
FAC efa 



haematostoma. 



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Hathaway 9 R.R. (1958) 59-52931 

Procnat. Shellfish. AsG. , 48(1957 );; 1 89- 94J 
The crown conch Melon^çena corona Gmelin; 
its habits y sex ratios, and pocGiblc 
relations to the oyster 

Account of studios on the abundance 
f. frequent association of this sp. 
v/ith oysters on west coast of Florida. 



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Croshyj L.H. &. 59-5294 

E.J.F. V'ood (1959) 
Trans.roy.Soc.N.Z. , 86 ( 1 -2 ) .-. 1 -58 
Studies on Australian and New Zealand 
diatoms - II. Normally epontic and 
henthic genera 

Gives taxonomy of epontic 5: henthic 
diatom flora of estuaries vàth 
descriptions (' ill. In addition, 
information given on seasonal 
distribution of diatoms, their 
significance as indicators, importance 
in food cycle, 



è marine fouling. 



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59-5295 



Cunningham, G.H. (1959) 
Trans.roy.Soc.N.Z. , 86 (1-2) ,65-103 
riydnaceae of New Zealand - Part II о The 
genus Odontia 



Give? detailed description of 25 spp. , 
v^rith notes on distribution, hosts &. 
com.parative features. An ill. diagnostic 
key to spp. is appended. 



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Healy, A.J. (l959) 59-5296 

Trans. roy.Soc.N.Z. , 36(1-2) 113-8 
Contributions to a knov/ledge of the 
adventive flora of Nev/ Zealand^ no. 7 

Lists adventive spp. present in 
lowland s\7amp forest, with records of 
nev/ spp. Daphne laureola L. , P oa 

infirma H. В. К. . Taxus baccata L. f.". 
Euonymus phell emana Loes. 



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Garrick, J, A. F. (i 959) 



59-5297 



Trans.roy.Soc.N.Z. , 86 ( 1 -2 ) 1 27-4I 
Studies on Neví/' Zealand Elasmobranchii< 
Part VII.- The identitj^ of specimens 
of Controphorus from New Zealand 

Gives determination keys for 
Centrophorus plunlceti V'aite_, C « 
nilsoni Thompson^ jC^ v/a i t e i Thompson, 
C. calceus Lowe r:- C. foliaceus Gunthe? 



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Robinson, L. S. (1959) 



59-5298 



n\ 



i ran s . ГС"/ . oo с о ij . ¿J . 



Сб(1-2) 143-53 

Recordr.. of cestodes from marine 
fishes of Ne?; Zealand 

Lists 1.2 spp. of cestodes recorded 
with a detailed account of anatomy 
of the adult Ilepatoxylon mega- 
cephalus Rudolphi. 



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Pingermaiij M. г, M.I. Sandeen 



59-5299 
('.' M.E. Lowe (1959) 
Physiol. Zool. , 32 c1 28-49 
Experimental analysis of the red chroma 
tophore system of the prawn Falaemonetes 



\nilffaris 



Study of the effects of long- term 
hack^jround adaptation upon the chromato- 
phore system ? the electrophoretic 
behaviour of the chromatophorotropins. 



59-5301 I 
(Card 2) j 

development of fish marketing" ! 
analyses of regulation of fishing 
L processin^î':, formulation of 
recommendation to government dealing 
with general developm.ent of fishing 
industry .". its markets. 



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Slijpor, E.J. (195Ö) 59-5300 

■¿'im s ter dam , 524 P«' 

( Knc wl e C' g e о n wha I es) 



.^alvissen 



111. monographed encompassing chapters 
on man r. Y/haleSj anatomy j sv/imming ^'■ 
speedj hreathing f"- the respiratory 
system J hearing^ sight ¡, smelly feeding 
f"- oreedin/:?. 



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Crutchfieldj J. A. 



(1959) 



59-5301 



riep.F.A.O./'L.T. A.P. , (998) : 1 46 p. 
Report to the Government of Uganda on 
fish marketing in Uganda (June 1957 to 
June 1958) 

Report of author's assignment FAO under 
UN Expanded Technical Assistance 
Program. Gives detailed account of 
studies on development of more adequate 
description of existing marketing 
structure J analysis of present ' 
potential export markets ^■. import 
sources :_, delineating obstacles 
impending efficient operation ^\ 



Andrews^ Р.Ы, (Comp.) (1959) 59-5303 
FAQ -, Rome , I6 p. 
Catalogue of PAO fisheries 
publications - Hay 1959 

Lists titleS;, prices of periodicals 
" individual titles of irregular 
serial publication, incl. ETAP 
reports J ''■; publications of GFQI -■ 
1ГРС: training centre report s j 
available reprints of articles in 
periodicals. 



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Sandvaer, G. (l95ö) 59-5304 

Ârsberet.Norg.Fisk. ;, (5)^28 p. 

Lofotiisket 1958 (Lofoten 
fishery I95Ö) 

Fishing conditions 5 participants,, 
types u amounts of gear ■" its 
deterioration; catches by areas /*' 
types of gear. 



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Lav;s, Г.. M. à 59-5305 

R.J.F. Taylor (1957) 
Proc.aool .Soc.Loncl. , 129(з) 315-24 
A mass dylns of cгaЪeater seal&j, 
ЪоЪосТоп carcinop ha g u s (Gray) 

! 
In 1955 large пшпЪегз of this seal ¡ 
v/intered on the ice in the Crown 
Prince Gustav channel off Graham Land, j 
In the spring most of them died (t ! 

Sj^jecimens were collected» Examination ; 
of these specimens provided information' 
on the cause of death ^^ on the ages of j 
the seals, (issued a s : Coll » P^epr « "•orml ey 
nat.Inst.Oceanogr. J 6(211 ) ^ 



195ОУ. 



Draper, L. (1957) 59-5306 

Houille hlanche g (6): 6 p. 
Attenuation of sea -waves with depth. 
En Fr 

Experimental comparison of surface 
waves with the pressure changes 
produced Ъу them on the sea hed at a 
point fairly near to a heach. The 
attenuation of the waves is compared 
with that calculated Ъу classical 
hydrodynamic theory. An empirical 
equation is evolved which agrees with 
these results, (issued as; Coll.Reyr . 
'Torml ey na 1 Ins t . ceano gr . ^ 6(21 3)> 195 S ) 
GLE'ld M 



Cartv/right 5 



D.E. (1958) 
Gci.Progr. , (181) •83-91 
Ph^T.ical oceanography 



59-5307 



Peviev/ of recent theory for the 
pruuiction of ship-motion spectra Л; of 
the use to be made therein of data on 
the relation het^A-een waves '■" wind, v/ith 
an account of progress in the hydro- 
dynamical theory behind the transfer 
function relating ship motion to viraves¡, 
" discussion of future prospects in 
this \7ork. (issued as:, Col l . Pepr . " orml^- 
nat.Inst.Oceanog r. , 6(223), 1958). 



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Laws 5 P.M. (1958) 59-5308; 

Proc.50ol.SoüoLo_n],. y 1 30 ( 2 ) -, 275-88 
Gro\/th rates and ages of crabeater 
seals^ Lohodon carcinophagus Jaoquinot 
'^ Pucheran 

The internal grov,-th rings of the teeth 
of the craheater seal^ _L._ carcino- 
phagus ^ are described '^ the annual 
pattern established. Using ages 
determined from the growth rings in th(! 
canine teeth y an average growth curve 
for bod/ length has been constructed < 
is compared with earlier estimates of 
the rate of grov/th in the 1st few yeari. 
(issued as. Coll. Pepr. or mley nat.Inst^ 

Oceanog r., 61j?24) /^§58^ ' 

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Tucker^ H.J. (1958) 59-5309 

J. sei . Inst rum, j, 35^167-71 

An electronic feedbad: seismograph 

The seism.ograph described has a 
nearly uniform response to gTound 
oscillations whose periods lie 
between 1'5s Г I2sj v/hich is the range 
of particular interest for research 
on microseisms generated by sea waves, 
(issued as; Col 1 . Pepr . \7orml ey na t . 
Inst.Ocea n ogr. , 6(232); 1958). 



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Deacon, G.E.P. (1958) 59-5310 

Impulse , Harch, 195S¡, 7 P» 
British studies in oceanography 

Account of some of the v/ork of the 
national Institute of Oceanography, 
(issued as- Coll. Pepr. Wo rmley nat. 
Inst . ceanogr. , 6(235 )^ 1958). 



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Crease, J. (l95o) 



59-5311 

J, Fl uid Me eh. , 4( 3 ) : 306-20 

The propa{j;ation of long waves into a 

semi-infinite channel in a rotating 

system 



Theoretical inves 
partial explanati 
of tides -'": storm 
Sea. 2 models of 
discussed. One of 
infinite harriers 
plane progressive 
parallel barriers 
the other infinit 
Repr.ïïormley nat. 



1950)7 
GLK jo 



tigation to seek a 
on of the behaviour 
surges in the North 
this region are 
2 parallel s emi- 
in the path of a 
v/ave^, the other of 2 
^ one s em/i- infinite f- 
e« (issued as ' Coll . 
I ns t . с ea no gr . ~ бС^ЗТ ) 



Longuet-Higgins ^ U. S. ( 1 95^) 59-531 4: 
rroc.roy.Soc. ; 246A199-IIÖ ! 

On the intervals hetween successive j 
zeros of a random function 

A new approach is suggested to the 
problem of the statistical distrihutior 
of the intervals hetween successive 
zeros of a random j, Gaussian function, 
(issued as: Coll. Piejjr . "Torm l e y nat . 
Inst.Oceano gr. , 6(244)^ 19 50). 



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Chamo ck J H. (I958) 
oci.Progr. , 46(183): 470-87 
Ivleteorology 



59-5312 



Review of progress in studies of wind^ 
temperature, e¿ humid.ity gradients near 
the ground, (issued as с Coll.,riepr . 
Wormley nat .Inst . Oceanogr. , 6(242 ) ^ 
1958)« 



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Chamo ck, Ы. (1958) 

S ci. Pro gr. , 46(183)0487-501 

Physical oceanography 



59-5313 



Review of progress in studies of wind- 
generated waves, (issued as.. Coll. Pcpr. 



V'ormley nat . Inst. Océano g r. ^ 6 (243) p 1958) 



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Cartwrightp :0.E. (1958) 



-48 



59-5315 



Ргосогоу. Soc. 5, 2 /i. 7 A 

On estimating the mean energy of sea 

waves from the highest waves in a 

record 

An analysis is made of the prohahility 
distribution of the largest values 
attained Ъу a stationary random 
variable f(t) over a period of time 
containing several oscillations, 
(issued as-: Coll.Repr. '^rmley nat . 
Inst.O ceancgr. ^ 6(245')9 1.958). 



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Carruthersj J. IT, (1958) 59-5316 
Fish. News ^ Lona. , (2362) 6-7 
Seine net fishermen can easily observe 
bottom currents for themselves 

description of a simple device with 
which to ascertain the speed -^ 
direction of bottom currents ;, for use 
by fishermen, (issued as; Coll. Repr. 
" ."0 rm ley na t , I n s t . с e a n о gr . ~ 6(246) ^ 
1958)^ ) 



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Gandin, L.S. c^ 59-5317 

P-.E. Soloveichik. (1959) 
Co.:.AGad. Sci.U«R.o^S. .,1 26 : 59-62 
Vliianie gorizontal 'nogo peremeshivaniii 
V napravlenii vetra na isparenie s 
organichennykh vodoemov (The effect 
of a horicontal mixing in the 
direction of the wind upon evaporation 
from a bounded water reservoir) 

Annotation to follow. 



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Ozmidovs "^'V. (1959) 59-531 С 
CR.Acad.Sci.U.R.S. S, , 126 s 63-5 
Issledovanie srednemasshtabnogo 
gorizontal 'nogo turbulentnogo odmena v 
okeane pri pomoshchi radiolokatsionnykh 
nabliudenii nad plavaiushchimi buiami 
(investigation of the medium-scale 
horizontal turbulent exchange in the 
ocean by radar observations of floating 
buoys ) 

Annotation to follow. 



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'el'senbaumy A.I. (1959) 



59-5319 



C .R.Acad. Sei. IJ.R.S,3. , 12.6.66-9 
orcdnii rniogoletnii dreif I'dov v 
Tsontral'nom Arkticheskom basseine 
(ice field drift averaged over many 
years in the Central Arctic basin) 

Annotation to follow. 



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Volkov^ 1. 1. (1959) 59-5320! 

C.R.Acad. Soi. U>R, s.o. , 126 с 163-6 _ | 
svobodnom serovodovoze i sernistci.; í 
zheleze v ilovykh otlozheniiakh 
Cher nogo moria (On the free 
hydrogen sulphide and sulphide iron in 
the silt deposits of the Black Sea) 



Annotation to follov/. 



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Kovalskiis V.V. >'■. 59*5321 

S.V. Letunova (1959) 
C.R.Acad. oci.U.R. S.S. , 126: 167-70 
Znachenie ilovoi mikroflory v migratsi 
kobal'ta i prisposoblenie mikro- 
organizmov к srede v biogeochimi- 
cheskikh provintsiiakh s razlichnym 
soderzhaniem kobal'ta (On the role 
of silt microflora in cobalt 
migration and the adaptation of 
microorganisms to the medium in bio- 
geoohemical provinces with different 
cobalt content) 



Annotation to follov/. 
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Sechkina, T.V. (1959) 59-532: 
CR. Acad. Sei. и. .'.S.S. , 126;. 171 -4 
Diatomovye v dlinnoi kolonke donnykh 
otlozhenii iz laponskcgo moria 
(Diatoms from a long column of bottom 
deposits of the sea of Japan) 

Annotation to follow. 



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Rusanovaj M.N. (1959) 59-5323 
С. I:. Acad. Sei. U.R. S. o. , 126 s 21 0-3 
О kharaktere biologicheskikh razlichii 
"bie^^hdu belomorGkimi i Ъarentsevo- 
morskimi Ealanus balanoides L. 
(On the nature of Ъ1о1оЁ1са1 
differences betv/een the \1!hite Sea and 
the Barents Sea Bal a nus halanoides L. ) 

Annotation to follow. 



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Alekin,, O.A. Sc 59-5324 

I.P. Moricheva (1959) 
C.R.Acad. Sei. U.R. S.S. , 126 s 295-8 
Wasyshchennost ' kctrhonatom kal'tsiia 
vody estuariev (The saturation of 
estuary waters with calcium carЪonate) 

Annotation to follov/. 



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Lazar ev, G.E. ¿^ 



;.A. Ushakov (l959) 



59-5325 



C. R.Acad. Sei. U.R.S. S. , 126c299-302 
Opyt opredeleniia moshchnosti 1 'da v 
Antarktide po gravimetricheskim dannym 
(Tentative determination of ice 
thickness in Antarctica from ß-ravimetric 
data) 



Annotation to follow. 



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ÎChvanj A. P. (1959) 59-53: 

C'.R.Acad.Sci.U.R.S.S. , 126:. 303-6 
Tochnoe reshenie uravneniia polia 
vetrovykh voln nä sil 'no melkovodnom 
more (The exact solution of the 
wind-wave field equation for a very 
shallow sea) 

Annotation to follow. 



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Galkina. L.A. (1959) 



C.R.Acad. Sci.U. 



1Л . о . о . 



59-53^-'7 
126; 404-5 



lahlenie dégénérât s ii polovjdch 
kletok u tikhookeanskoi sel'di 
(.Degeneration phenomena in gametes 
of the Pacific herring) 

Annotation to follov/. 



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Keiz, G. (1959) 59-532C. 

Ost. Fisch. , 12:17-22 
иЪег die Kiemenfäule der Teichfische 
(On the gill-blight of pond fish) 

Describes the disease à summarises t-i| 
combat methods <'' preventive measurer 



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i.tücñ.FischZt£', , 5s321-8 
""'oriodiGche 'ualitätsänaerungen des 
•Obitbeedorschés und ihre Ъ1о1о^18с]1еп 
Urcaohen (Periodical changes of 

liiQ quality of Baltic Sea cod and its 
loiological reasons) 

DeБcriЪes how to obtain cod production 
of ;:.,ood market quality by a certain 
rcictriction of the main catch season. 



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Fing, s. (1958) 59-5330 

JVLsch.FÍGchZtg._, 5-320-31 
Das stürmische Entv/icklungs tempo der 
ii.schereilichen Produktion in China 
( i.'he quick development of the fish 
proG.uction in China) 

Contents as per title. 



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Hogge, B. (195O) 59-5331 

Dtsch.FischZtg. , 5.337-8 
Zucht des medizinischen Blutegels 
(.Rearing of leechs) 

Doocription of methods to Ъе used for 
co-management in pond fish culture. 



larraneta, !^G. P. Suau 59-533^ 

r"-. J. López (1958) j 

Inves t . pesqu. , ( 12): 3-1 9 
Fluctuaciones en la pesquería de 
sardina de Castellón (Fluctuations! 
in the sardine fishery of Castellón). ; 
Ein ! 

A study of fluctuations of Sa rdina j 
p il char dus "■ perspectives of 
prediction. 



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M 



'\^Jj г dr 



F 



Cervigón, F. (1958) 59-5333 

Invest« pesqu. ^ ( 12). 2 1-47 
Contrihución al estudio de los 
cifonóforos de las costas de Castellón 
(Hediterráneo Occidental) 
( Contrihution to the study of 
Siphonophores of the coast of 
Castellón, 7estern Mediterranean). 
En 

A record of distribution of the 
Siphonophores during 1955> 195^ " 
1957. Chelophyes appendiculata shcv^rs 
a regular distribution -"^ it is 
abundant mainly in spring " summer. 
Muggiaea koch i " Lensia subtil i s are 



59-5333 
( Card 2 ) 

in \/inter. Abylopsis 



abundant 
tetragona 
present a 
the coiffer 



Galetta chuni don't 



clear distribution along 
ent seasons. M. atlántica^ 
Biphyes dis par 



Bassia bassensis 



only appear in 1957« 



FAQ fc 



M 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(б):139 



MT.-ino'ta J VI, G. ¡, J, .JjGpea 
&. P. Suau (1958) 
..c ct.pesqu. , (12):49-Ö1 



59-5335 ! 



Capturas por unidad de esfuerzo en la 
'.■e;jq!uería de sardina de Castellón 
(Catches per unit effort in the sardina 
firjhery of Castellón). En 

■'Jatches per unit effort from 1950 to 
1957 are given as well as growth 5 
landings ОС effort distribution data. 
A method to measure the density of 
the populations to Ъе extended to the 
v;hole Mediterranean Spanish coar.t is 
discussed. 



Ш0 Í hr 



M 



Herrera y J 



(195Ö) 59-5336 

Invest. pesqu. , ( 12) с 113-26 
Datos climáticos del puerto de 
Castellón y térmicos de las aguas 
costeras en relación con la pesca en 
1957 ( Climatological data of the 
port of Castellón and temperatures of 
the coastal v>ra,ters in relation with 
the fisheries in 1957). En 

Summary of meteorological ñ-. surface 
water temperature data. 



P'AOehr 



.Rodrigue z-Roda y J. (195G) 59-5337 
Invest. pesqu. , (l3) З-З6 
Es'-.udio comparativo del crecimiento de 
laj sardinas, Sardina p il char du s 
V/alhaumj, de Barbate (costa sudatlántica 
í(spanola) y Lara che (costa atlántica 



de Marruecos) 



(Comparative study о:' 



growth of sardines J _S^ pilchardus 
V/alhaum, of Barhate^, South Atlantic 
coast of Spain^ and Larache^ Atlantic 
coast of Morocco). Kn 

Over restricted ranges of sizes at 
least 5, the dimensions of body parts 
relative to others seem to he 
sufficiently v/ell approximated Ъу 



г^О„г, ■> -;7 

(Card 2) 
straight lines. Covariance analysis 
of the data shows marked differences 
hetv/een the 2 areas in relative 
growth rates of certain body 
dimensions. 



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M 



Ma s sut i 



(I95Ö) 



59-5339 



Invest .pesqu« , (l3)-37-4ö 
Estudio del crecimiento relativo de 
Sagitta enflata Grassi del plancton de 
("Relative growth study 
i of the 
En 



Hi- 

Castellón 
of 



Sar¿itta enflata Gras: 



plankton of Castellón). 



A study of relative growth of trunkj 
heady tail &: ovary referred to total 
length. Three lineal equations were 
obtained for the 3 first sections ■':' a 
parabola to the 2nd order for the 
ovary. 



PAO hr 



M 



Larrañeta^ lî.G. (l95ö) 



59-5340 



Invest. pesqu. ^ (I3) '^65-86 

Sobre el poder de pesca ^ v^alnerabilidai. 

y agregación en la pesquería de 

sardinas de Castellón (Pishing 

pov/er^ vulnerability and aggregation 

in the sardine fishery off Castellón) 

En 

A study of some of the basic 
questions related to estimates of 
fishing intensity of the ring-net 
boats. 



PAO . hr 



M 



bAO/59/ñ/604í 



2(6)s140 



mil МЕШмт амвттишшкввчв тш шшш 



; 

Yives, F, & 59-5341 

II» Lopez-Benito (l95ö) 
Invest. pesqu. , (l3)cö7-125 
El fitoplancton de la Ría de Vigo y 
su relación con los factores térmicos 
y energéticos (The phytoplankton 
of the "Ria de Vigo" and its relation 
with thermic and energetic factors). 
En 

The phytoplankton succession is 
studied '-''; the hiomass composition 
related to thermic <?: energetic agents 
responsable for the quantitative (^ 
qualitative fluctuations of the phyto- 
planlcton population^, ^r- resultant of 
local meteorological budget. 
FAOchr M 


i 

Thurow, P. (195S) 59-5344 
Ar ch .Fis ch^.'.'i s s . , 9-79-97 
Untersuchungen über die spitz- und 
breitköpfigen Varianten des Flussaales 
(investigation on the pointed & broad 
head varieties of the eel). En 

iJotes on occurrence of types F. their 
relations to environmental factors. 

GLK^dr MF 


Brunner, G., G. Keiz 59-5342 

Hz E. Kolb (195Ö) 
Arch.Fisch^iss., 9.:53-7o 
Untersuchungen am Karpfen ((^/prinus 
carpió L.) über die Abhängigkeit des 
Vitamin A- und Carotinoid^^ehaltes von 
Entv/icklung, Alter, Ernährung, 
Gesundheitszustand, Geschlecht und 
Beschuppungßtyp der Fische 
(investigations into the dependence of 
vitamin A & the carotinoid-content on 
the developmexit, age, feeding, health 
conditions^ sex ("• type of scaling of 
carps j. En 

Account of investigations on the 
distribution с content of vitamin A 


Amlacher, E. (l95ö) 59-5345 
Arch.FischTiiss. ^ 9s97-133 
Pathologische Histologie und Histo- 
chemie der Leber normaler und an 
infektiöser Bauchwassersucht erkranlctej 
Karpfen (K2) (Pati ological 
histology and histochemistry of the 
liver of healthy ^-^ infected (ascites) 
carps). En 

Account of histological t micro- 
chemical investigations on the 
symptoms of infections ascites in the 
liver of 2 year old carps. 

GLKsdr F 


59-5342 
(Card 2) 
^r of Carotinoids in different parts 
of the bodyj their variation due to 
growth, feeding, Í- disease infections. 

GLKidr 


ïïittfogel, H., W. Schnelle 59-5346 

к 1. Adam (195Ô) 
Arch.Pisch'."iss. , 9^135-42 
Über den Pettgehaltszyclus und 
Ernährungskoeffizienten von Heringen 
deutscher Dampf eranlandungen in den 
Pangjahren 1957-5S (On the cycle 
of the fat content f°: nutritive 
coefficient of German trav/l herring 
during the catch seasons of 1957-5Ö)» 
En 

Report on length, weight, sexj stages 
of maturity, water !■' fat content, 
protein-ash content, - nutritive 
coefficient analysis of a sample of 15C 
herrings from different fishing 
grounds, of the North Sea. 
GLK dr Yi 



FAO/59/8/6049 



2(6):;141 



""41 



;3' 



f/ilson^ Pl. с. ;, E„L. îTakamura 59- 

Ô: H.O, YoGhida (1958) 
Spec, s ei. Fiep.U. S. Fish Vv'ildl. Serv« , {2iZ 

105 p. 
Marquesas area fishery and 
environmental data,, OctoЪer 1957 - June 
1938 

Presents the biolo{;ical ¡, environir.ental 
c: meteorological data from 4 
consecutive cruises^ October 1957 to 
June 1958^ in the part of the south- 
eastern Pacific ocean that is centred 
in the Marquesas islands. Primary- 
mission of these cruises Yjas to define 
the season of ^'reatest availability of 



59-5347 
(Card 2) 
surface tuna schools in the Marquesas 
area. 



GLKcglk 



Yamada, K. 



59-5349 



IÍ. Tanaka (1959) 
Eull.Seikai reg. Fish. Pes. Lab. , ( 17) -1-1 J 
(Studies on the black discoloration 
of fish and shellfish cans). Hi En 



FiBsx 



I;:asuda^ S. " 59-5350 

F. Shinohara (1959) 
Eull.Seika r e^y. Fish . Res. L ab. - ( 1 7 ) . 1 5- 2 ^ 
(Studies on the discoloration of oily 
fishes - II. On the method of measuring 
the discoloration of oily fishes 
through examination of differences in 
the de^^reo of whiteness of the pov/der). 
ÎTi En 



Yamada. E. , T. Suzioki 



59-5351 



&■ M. Tanaka (1959) 
_Eull . Seikai reg. Fi_s_h. Res . Lab . ,, (17) 

29-51 
(Biochemical studies on the role of 
malonate decomposing enzyme in fish 
m.uscular tissue). I'il En 



FiBcx 



oasayama^ S, ^ 3. Hamada 59-5352 

■ r:. Yam.ada (l959) 
Bull. Seikai reg. Fish. Res. Lab. <j (l7)" 

53-79 
(studies on the preservation of bottom 
fish - Effectiveness of chlortetra^- 
•.cyoline on keeping quality). 

Hi En 



FiB^x 



PAO/59/0/6O49 



2(6) г 142 



Ш 



Sasayama, S. í- 59-5353 

S. Hamada (1959) 
Bull »Seikai reg. Fish. Res. Lab. 9 (1?) 

CI-II9 
(a study on the preservation of fish- 
cake ) . Hi En 


) 

1 

Swarupj E.S. (1957) 59-5356 
Thesis, Univ. of Oxford, U.K. 
The production and effects of 
polyploidy in Gasterosteus aculeatus 

MF 


Acton^ А.Б. (1957) 59-5354 
■Thesis, Univ. of Oxford, U.K., 
A otudy of polymorphism in the 
Chironomidae 


Tirmizi, IÎ.M. (195Ö) 59-5357 
Thesis, Univ. of Oxford, U.K. 
Taxonomy of some marine crustácea of 

Pakistan 

M 


Hall, L.F. (1957) 59-5355 

Thesis, Univ. of Oxford, U.K., 

A comparative study of tie reproductive 

behaviour of the sticklebacks 

(Gasterosteidae) 

MF 


Tubbj J. A. (I95Ô) 59-535Ö 
Occ.Pap.Indo-Pacif.FishcCoun. , (58/4) 

5 P- 
Report on the 9'th Pacific "^cience 
Congress;; Division of Oceanography r?: 

Fisheries 

Reports re-organisation - Division of 
Fisheries í- of Oceanography became 
Division of Marine Sciences &:■ of 
Freshwater Sciences, each incl. 
disciplines of oceanography .^ fisheries 
■": biology. Recommendations made concer:i 
zooplanlctony C-^4¡, chlorophyll studies, 
UNES 00 activities. 
FiB:sjh MF 



РА0/^9/$/б049 



2(б)::143 



i 

! 
Vifennekens, M.P. (1959) 59~5359 1 
Bull.íviar. Sei, Gulf Саг1ЪЪ., 9(l):1-52 
Water mass properties of the straits 
of Florida and related waters 

Attempt to synthesize old ¿- nev/ studies 
of the relationships hetween salinity j 
temperature^ dissolved oxygen^ Л, 
inorganic phosphate in the straits of 
Florida P related v/aters. 

FA0s;mp\7 M 


Guest, V.'. C. (1959) 59-5362 
Eull.'.iar.,3Gi.Gulf Carihh. , 9(l):-79-C3 
The occurrence of the jellyfish 
Chiropsalmus quadrumanus in Matagorda 
hay J, Texas 

Account 01 its distribution generally 
■'". in this bay J the salinity '" other 
conditions in association with which 
it was found y ' its gonadial 
condition. 

FAO:elk M 


Sogandares-Bernal, F, <'-, 59-5360 

R.F. Hutton (1959) 
Bull Л5аг. Sei. Gulf Carihh. , 9(l);.53--6C 
Studies on helminth parasites of the 
coast of Florida - I. Digenetic 
trematodes of marine fishes from Tampa 
and Boca Ciega hays with descriptions 
of two new species. 1. 

Systematics. 

FAO^glk M 


Voss, N.A. (1959) 59-5363 
Bull.Mar. Sei. Gulf Caribb, , 9(l)ô84-99 
Studies on the pulmonate gastropod 
Siphonaria pectinata (Linnaeus) from 
the southeast coast of Florida 

The feeding^ habitat., spawning^ 
larval development^ environmental 
г.. geographical variation^ geographical 
distribution - gro?rfch of the sp. 
are discussed. The veliger^ egg 
Liasses '■ newly settled young are ill. 

FAC . nav M 


Lev/is J A.G. (1959) 59-5361 
Bull .Mar . Sei . Gulf Carihh . , 9 (l ) б9~7о 
The vertical distrihution of some 
inshore copepods in relation to 
experimentally produced conditions of 
light and temperature 

An experimental toy/er was used to test 
the effects of different gradients of 
light <": temperature on the vertical 
distribution of 3 spp. of planlctonic^ 
inshore copepods. 

FAOr.agl M 


IQ awe, ".'.L. -'^ 59-5364 

B.l'I. b h imada (i 959) 
Bull. llar. Sei. Gulf Caribb., 9(0 100-15 
Young scombroid fishes from the 

Gulf of Mexico 

Separation /:..: identification of young 
forms of yello-v/fin tuna, Thunnus 
ar^entivittatus, blackfin tuna T. 
atlaiiticusr, oceanic skipjack. 
Eat SUV/onus pel am is, little tunny, 
Euthynnus alletteratus, frigate 
mackerel, Auxis thazard, ''. bonito 
Sarda sarda, as well as a fev/ small 
specimens of Thunnus of inteterminate 
sp. 
FAOcwlk M 



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2(6);144 



Г Е ПИРЧч явии 



ICrause, H. П. (l959) 59-5365 I 

Árch,Eydrobiol. , Suppl. 24 ô 297-337 
Biochemische Untersuchun¡gen üher den 
postmortalen АЪЪаи von totem Plankton 
unter аегоЪеп und апаегоЪеп Bedingungen 
(Bio-chemical investigation on the 
post-mortem decomposition of dead 
planlcton under aerobic and anaerobic 
conditions). En 

Account of investigations on variation 
of chemical composition during 
decomposition, jjescribes methods of 
investigationy reports results obtained 
on the loss of substance, nitrogen & 
raw -orotein content, carbon - ash 



Schv/oerbelj J. (1959) -59-5360 | 
Arch.Hydrobiol. , Suppl. 24:3o5-546 ! 
Ökologische und tiergeographische I 
Untersuchungen über die Milben (Acari;,} 
Hydrachnellae) der Quellen und Bäche 
des südlichen Schv/arzv/aldes und seiner 
Randgebiete (Ecological and zoo- 
geographical investigations on the 
mites 5, Acari, Hydrachnellae ^ in 
s;, rings -r"', brooks of the southern Black 
Forest and in its surroundings ;, vvith 
reference to the river Baar,, the 
upper Danube and the southern Vosges). 
En Fr 

detailed account of ecological c": 



contents, 



59-5365 
(Card 2) 
scale of amino-acids Pz 



fat content. 



59-5368 
(Card 2) 
zoogeographical investigations on the 
water mites in sources " brooks of 
geologically different regions. 
Geographical;, geological с climato- 
logical conditions of the regions 
are discussed. 



FAQ z dr 



F 



FAO ,: dr 



F 



Ш1кег, W. (1959) 59-5367 

Arch.Hydrobiol. , Suppl. 24:338-60 
Diamesarien-Studien (Dipt.^ Chirono- 
m.idae) im Hochschwarzwald 
(investigation on the Diamesa spp. of tnф 
P:'.'^^- Foroat), En 

Describes systematics^ morphology 

c. geographical distribution of 15 spp. 

of genus Diamesa., 



Elster^ П. -J. (1959) 



59-5370 



FAO G dr 



F 



Arch.Hydro b iol. ^ Suppl. 24. 361 -84 
Beiträge zur Limnochomie der 
HochschY/arav/aldseen III 
(Contributions to the limno-chemistry 
of the Black Forest lakes - III). 
En 

Contents as per title. 



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P 



PAO/39/8/6O49 



2(6)1145 



Kühl, Ы, (1957) 59-5371 

Ar ch. Fi s o h 'ïi s G. ^, 0.I0I-97 
Die deutsche Fischerei auf Iiidustrie- 
fish in der Nordsee im Jahre 1957 
(The German industrial fish i:)roduction 
in the ITorth Sea in 1957). En 

Gives statistics of sandoely herring p 
\/hitingj haddock > dah^ horse-mackerel 
Xjrocessed for fish-meal c- oil. Incl. 
notes on the share of undersized fish- 
in the -production. 



GLICidr 



Demel; K. "-. 59-5374 

S. Rutkowicz (195C) 
Gdynia » 310 p. 
Morze Barentsa (The Barents Sea) 

Summary account of the oceanogTaphy^, 
marine hiology L fisheries of the 
Barents Sea. 



FiB .: tl 



M 



59- 



■5372 



Lülmannj !:. (1957) 
Arch.Fisoh:;iss . , G 198-203 
иЪег jahreszeitliche Veränderungen der. 
Fettgehaltes und des Gehaltes an 
Trockensubstanz und Asche bei 
Sandspierlingen ( Ammodytes spec. ) 
(The cyclic changes of the content of 
f at ¡> solid and ashes of the flesh of 
LauncGj sandeel^ during an annual 
period). En 

Results of analyses of chemical 
composition of sandeels. 



Kozarov, G. (195Ô) 59-5375 

Izdanija, Skopje , 11 (6);- 103-25 
FitoplaiT.^iton na I'ojranskogo esero 
(Phytoplanlcton of lake B'ojran). 1^ 



A qualitative à quantitative study. 



GLKsdr 



M 



FAOchr 



F 



NÜjTiann, и. (1957) 59-5373 

Arch. F ischöls s. , 8:210-2 
Kälteschocks als natürliche Ursachen 
periodisch auftretender Fischsterhen im 
Bosporus (Cold shock as a natural 
reason for fish mortalities which 
appear periodically in the Bosporus). 
En 

r.eviev/s deadly effect of special 
v/eather conditions in the Bosporus on 
f i sh e s . 



Popovska-Stanl-oviCj 0. (l95ö) 59-5376 
Izdanija, Skopje , 1 1 (7): 127-44 
.". rilot kon poznavan je kladotserite od 
le jranskogo ezero (Contribution 
to the knowledge of Gladoceras of lalr.e 
jiorjan). Fr 

A record of spp. of the families 
SididaBy Daphnidaey Macrothricidae &: 
Chydoridae^ their distribution in 
the lake .'^ life cycles. 



GLK:dr 



M 



FAO : hr 



F 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(б):14б 



Germany. Bundesministeriuin für 59-5377 

Ernährung- J Landv/irtsclicift -" 

Forsten (1959) 
Ham bur fi- , 53 p. 

Informationen иЪег die FiDchv/irtschaft 
des Auslandes no. 3 (Information on 
fisheries in foreign c-ountries) 

Lionthly compilation of press releases ^ 
!•> extracts &•■ digests from periodicals 
of information relating to all aspects 
of fisheries of all countries. 



GLI^Lfílk 



MF 



Hisu, H. (1959) 59-5380 

Би11. Seikai re^;. Fish. Res. Lab» ■, ( 1 6 ) , 

21-33" 
(studies on the fisheries biology of 
the ribbon fish, ( Tr j chiurus lepturus 
Linné) in the East China and the 
Yellow Seas - 2. On the maturity and 
the spav.Tiing). ITi En 

Gonaf index p fecundity ^ egg sizes <, 
spavming times <"' areas determined 
from 1765 fish sampled February^ 1954 
to January 5 1958» 



FiBcsjh 



M 



Western Australia 59-5378 

Fisheries Department (1953) 
Monthly Service Bulletin, 7(6)^59-68 

liotos on staff "'. their activities; 
issuance of fishing licenses j 
regulations & legal actions; seasons c- 
results of crayfisheryj information 
from abroad. 



Mako, H. (1959) 



59-5381 
(16)-: 



Bull.Seika i r eg. Fish. Res. Lab. 

35-62 

(Analytical study of demersal fish by 
commercial size composition (l). 
Estimation of age composition from 
commercial size composition). 
IT i En 

GroY/th curves '■ size compositions for 
Saurida tumbil ^ Argyrosom.us argentatus 



Fseudosciaena manc hurica from East 
China с Yellow Seas, 



GLK-.sjh 



M 



FiBss jh 



M 



Aoyama^ T. " 59-5379 

T. Kitajima (1959) 
Bu ll.Seikai reg. Fish. Res. Lab. , (l6):1-20 
(The selective action of trawl nets - 
II. Mesh experiments with 50 ft covered 
trav/1 net). Fl. En 

Covered 60 mm cod-end experim.cnts in 
March " June 1957s gave selection 
curves Í 50л selection length in 
relation to fish girth c: size of catch.;; 
for 51 fish spp. у resistance of net ;• 
relation of results to satisfactory mesh- 
sise for use in East China & Yellow Sea s 4 



Saksena^ J.N. (1958) 59-5382 
Pr o c. nat . Aca d. Se i . India ^ 28В z 227-30 
ilew species of the genus Allocreadium 



L00Í 



1900^ of the family Alloorea- 



diidae Stossich^ 1904> trematoda from 
the intestine of Mastacerabalus arraatus 



FiBtsjh 



M 



P 



PÁO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)c147 



Tiv/ari, I. P. (1S53) 59-5ЗСЗ 

Fro с . na t . Aca d . S ci , India ,, 2 оБ; 246-52 
Studies on three new opecies of the 
genus Astiotrema (ïrematoda Plagior- 
chiidae) from fresh -v/ater tortoises 



F 



Saxena, Б.Б. (195Ö) ^ 59-5386 
Froc.nat. A cad« Sei. In dia 5, 2иБ:2б4-оЗ 
Circulation of blood in the 
respiratory region of some fresh'vvater 
catfishes of Uttar Pradesh, India 



Ба ha dur J 1С. d:. 

S. Rajam (1953) 
Froc.nat. Acad. Sei. India 



59-538. 



27A; 87-90 



Study of the relationship hetween the 
size of the kidney and the sir:e of the 
fish 



MF 



Saxena^ Б.В. (1958) 59-5385 

Pro c.nat. Acad. Sei. ^India , 28Б:25о-бЗ 
Extent of the gill-surface in the 
teleosts Heteropneustes fossilis Bloch 
and Clarias hatrachus Linn. 



F 



Saxena, Б.В. (1958) 59-538? 

Pr о с . na t . A ca d . S ci . Ind ia , 2 8Б. 2 84-92 
Circulation of blood in the 
respiratory region of Anaha s 
testudineus p (Bloch) 



F 



Sahaj К, С. , Б. P. Sen 

& G.bl. Muhury (1958) 
Sei. о Cult. 5 23 Î 556 



59-5383 



Destruction of water-hyacinth 



îichhornia crassipes Solms) Ъу 2:4-Б 



F 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)í148 



[^ 



ECAFE (I95Ô) 59-53Ö9 i 

Fl ood Control Journal ^ June 1950/ 57 P« j 

i 

t 

Report containing lollov/ing sections с \ 
Improvements on oЪservation^ collection | 
Í: record of hydrologie data^ Kev/ stream 
gauging stations estaЪlished; Other 
hydrologie stations? NEC-ICA programme 
(foreign assistance) f: <?:, Ground water 
inve s t iga t i on . 



FiB_ sjh 



ITeumann, Б. (1959) 



59-5390 



Experientia , 15^1 7o-9 

Farhmusterum schlag auf der Mollusken- 
schale ( Coloured shell patterns). 
En 

The variahility of the shell pattern of 
Theodoxus (V'errapopulation) is reduced 
to 3 significant types y v/hich are hased 
on different processes of pigment 
formation of the mantle-edge. A change 
hetv/een the 'synchronen Querstreif en '- 
pattern '". the 'phasenlängenkonstanten 
Längsstreif en '-pattern is described. 



FAO : dn 



M 



Altmann > G. (1959) 



59-5392 



Experientia , 15:192 

Atmungsphysiologische Untersuchungen 
an Ilytilus e dulis r ;alloprovincialis 
(Researches on the respiratory 
physiology of Mytilus edulis g;allo - 
provincialis ) . Fr 

Examination of the role played in 
respiratory regulation Ъу visceral 
ganglia 5 tested Ъу ahlation of these 
ganglia. 



РАО ■. glk 



MP 



Fry, P.E.J. (195Ô) 



x^'ry , 

Annu . Rey . Ph y s i Q 1 . ¡, 

Temperature 



59-5393 



20:207-24 
compensation 



A review of literature on this 
phenomenon throughout the animal 
kingdom v/ith frequent reference to 
aquatic forms. Bibliography of 
205 references. 



GLK-sjh 



MP 



Altmannp G. (1959) 59-5391 

Experientia , 15^91-2 

Hormonale Beeinflussung des Stoffwechsel 

Ъэ1 Carcinus mxaenas (llormonic 

influence of raetaholism in _Carcinus 
maenas ) , En 

Exam.ination of the influence of oxygen 
need of this sp, Ъу injection of ocular 
peduncular extract s c, c. by ahlation of 
ocular peduncle. 



PAO : glk 



Taylor ^ C.C, (1958) 59-5394 
Fish. Gaz, y U« Y. , Jan. -Feh, <, б p. 
An appraisal of the Nev/ England 
fisheries 

A popular review dealing with history 
Í-. prospects of the haddocky redfish 
c: v/hiting fisheries ° overfishingy 
regulation, " natural fluctuations. 



SJIIiSJh 



M 



PAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6). 149 



Heclcofj Je С. (195С) 59-5395 

Cir с. Atlant. biol.Sta. , (32)сЗ P« 
Useful publications for oyster farmers 
of the Haritimes 

Serial sources of information^ lists 
selected titles in General Series 
Circulars; Pro£,"ress Reports (Atlantic) 
oyster farming circulars :>". bulletins;, 
all published .Ъу Fisheries Research 
Board of Cana,da. 



■n N 



АЪс, T. (1957) 
Jap« J ^Ichthyol , , 



Ne 



6(3):Л1-4 
rare or uncommon fishes from 



59-539Q 



Japanese v/aters - VI. Notes on the 
rare fishes of the family Histiopte- 
ric.ae 

Continuât ion of 59-5397» 



.D'iBcE jh 



M 



GLK; 



M 



Eottaj Ы. > T. Abe 59-5396 

L Y. Takashima (195ü) 
E ull.Tohoku reg. Fish. Res. Lab. , (12): 

101-5 
(Notes on the hea.d bones of the 
Japanese mackerels of the genus 
Pn eujTia t op ho r u s ) . xTi En 

Shapes of sphenotic "r of auxiliary 
crest are described <?' ill.', 
are used to distinguish var, japonicus 
.'". var. tapeinocephalus of '?j_ japonicus, 



GLKcsjh 



59-5397 



Abe, T. (1957) 

Ja p. J. Ichthy ol. 5 6 ( 1 -2 ) ;; 35 -9 

Now, rare or uncommon fishes from 

Japanese v/aters - VI. Notes on the rare 

fishes of the family Histiopteridae 

111. description of si^ecimens of adult 
Pseudopentoceros richardsoni ^. young 
'"^■ uinquarius .japonicus from Japanese 
v/aters. 



GLIusjh 



M 



bCorgans^ J. P.C. (195Ö) 



59-5399 



Ann. Mag, nat. Hist. , Ser, 13? 1сб42-5б 



Three confusing species of serranid 
fishj one described as new, from East 
Africa 



111. taxonomic descriptions , v/ith key 5 
distribution Л ecological notes for 

Epinephelus f us со gut ta tus ; E. dispar 
partim ''• _E^ tukula . 



SJH:sjh 



M 



Anonymous (1959) 
I Dansk FiskTid. , 77^49 



59-5400 



"Fishing efforf-statistiks betydning 
ved internationale forhandlinger 
(The importance of "fishing effort" 
statistics in international 
discussions) 

Reviev/ of FAO meeting on costs "n 
earnings of fishery enterprises. 



PAO z tl 



MP 



PAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6).: 150 



Anonymous (i 959) 59-5401 

Дапзк FiskTid, , 77^67-8 
Udltast til ny og udvidet llords^- 
konvention underskrevet efter konference 
i London (Proposal for a new and 
expanded North Sea convention has been 
signed after the conference in London) 

Review of the nev/ ITorth-East Atlantic 
Fisheries Convention. 



FAO :, tl 



Bertelsenj E. (l959) 



59-5402 



Dansk FiskTid., 77^69-74 
Fiskeriunders)2^gelserne det s ids te âr i 
vore indre farvande (Fisheries 
investigations during the last year 
in our coastal v/aters) 

Review of Danish fisheries 
investigations in 1958 v/ith notes on 
preliminary results. 



FAO : tl 



MF 



Anorymous (1959) 59-5403 

Dansk FiskTid. , 77^91-2 
De store fors^g med maerkning af sild 
og hvil linger i Nordsjz^en (The big 
investigation with tagging of herring 
and whiting in the North Sea) 

Review of international tagging of 
plaice,, vihitingj herring &. sand eel in 
the North Sea 1958 ô notes on 
preliminary results. 



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St. (rand) 5 E.-..". (1959) 59-5404 

Dansk FiskTid. ,, 77. ^ 127 

Stort program for norsk fiskeri- og 

havforskning i indevaerende âr 

(Big programme for Norwegian 

fisheries and marine research in this 

year) 

Notes on the programme which will 
engage 9 ships. 



^AOtl 



Cassie, II,] 



(1957) 



59-5405 



Proc.N. S. ecol. Soc. 9 (5)0 4-5 
Shallovi^-water diving in marine 
ecology 

Note presented to 6th annual meeting 
of society on equipment for diving 
8' photography ^, its use for study of 
animal behaviour ^ quantitative 
sampling J hydrography ;; study of 
submerged equipment. 



FAOoSJh 



Hurley, D.E. (1957) 
Proc.il. Zi.e col . So с . у (5)^12 
Ecology of 
California 



59-5406 



:he sea-floor off Southern 



Abstr. of paper presented to the 6th 
annual meeting of Society. 



PACsjh 



M 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6):151 



L^aat África High 59-5407 

Commission (1959) 1 
ITairobij 19 P« i 
East African Marine ilsheries Research i 
Organisation annual report 1958 

Lists staff <•!'. publications &. gives 
general account of v/ork of the 
org'anization during 1958« Account of 
\7ork of líAJTIHIE'Eí review of scientific 
j imT-estigations : specific composition 
i of catches;; tuna I'^-.ng-line studies; 
i survey of fishing grounds of 1Ï. Kenya 
1 continental shelf. Incl. articles Ъу 
1 -".F. С, Morgans &. F. I7illiams, 59-5408 ce 

^;9-5409^ 

FiBssjh F 


'.Tilliams, F. (1958) 59-5410 
Ann. îlag.nat. Hist, , 1В( 6) .'369-430 
Fishes of the family Carangidae in 
British East ^-frican v/aters 

1 

M 


Morgans, J. F. С. (1959) 59-5408 
Rep . E, Af r . High Comrr. . „ 1 958 : 1 6-7 , 20 
0?he fishery hanks off Lanu 

Gives chart of the IT. Kenya continental 
shelf у drav/s attention to 5 9-5064 r 
Comments on exploratory fishing 

oij erat ions. 

i 

Fri3,sjh M 


StrasDurgj B.VJ. С 59-5411 

E.S-H. Yuen (195З) 
S;>'Tnp.Papo8th Sess. IPPC/C58/Sym. 2 ^6 p. 
Preliminary results of underwater 
observations of tuna schools and 
practical applications of these 
results 

Bescription of the fishing methods 
of skip jack J KatsuvTonus pelarais 9 "•■ 
summary of observations of the 
behaviour of skipjack^, applicable to 
the improvement of fishing methods 
v/ith special em.phaGÍs on feeding 
habits of skipjack schools. 
SJH^tl M 


í^illiams, F. (1959) 59-5409 
1 RepoE.Air.Eigh Cornm. 5 1 958g 1 8-9 
i ¿, note on the use ot trammel nets in 

L'a st African v/aters 

1 p_-i.^i , -.-Il -• .. .,.,_•„ • -> ^ -■ 

j Zancihar i- Pemoac sp. composition^ 
com.ment on commercial possihilities. 

IlBesjh M 


Gloverj E,S„ (1958) 59-5412 
Symp. Pa :. 8th Sess. IPFC/C58/Sym. 3 j 8 p. 
Fish bohaviour and the planktonic 
envirormient ¿ the role of field 
observations 

Ilotes on the use of continuous 
plankton recorder, interpretations: 
its results Í-. their applications to 
fisheries problems, Pieviev/ of some 
recent findings on relations between 
the abundance of plankton & fish. 

SJH'tl M 



FAC/59/8/6049 



2(6)2152 



Dagetj J. (195Ö) 



59-5413 



Symp.Pap.Sth Sess. IPFC/ C5o/Sym. 4^ 5 p. 
Les migrations de poissons dans les 
eaux douces tropicales africaines 
(The migrations of fish in tropical 
African fresh waters) 

ßeview of the migrations of tropical 
fishes in streams in relation to 
season i-, food & outline of a programme 
for further study of these 
migrations. 



SJHstl 



F 



Blaxter, J.H.S. , P.G.T. 59-5416 

Holliday c; Б.В. Parrish (195Ö) 
Symp.Pap,Sth Sess «IPFC/ C58/Sym. 7 ? 5 P« 
Some preliminary observations on the 
avoidance of obstacles Ъ-у herring 
( Clupea harengus L. ) 

Results of observations on herring 
behaviour in aquariujn in respect of 
barriers with different net material 
& mesh sizes in light à darkness. 



SJHstl 



Anonymous (1958) 59-5414 

Symp>Pap,8th Sess. IFFC /C58/S.vto. 5. 3 p. 
Analysis of behaviour in commensalism 

Reviev/ of the experiments of Prof. 
Davenport v/hich show what certain 
animals are caused to do by factors 
of specific action, released by other 
host organisms with which they live 
in associations. 



Parrish. Б.В.. J. U.S. 



59-5417 



SJHstl 



MF 



Blaxter & P.G.T. Holliday (.1958) 
Symp.Pap.8th Sess. IPFC/ C58/SyTn. 8, 4 P. 
Some notes on establishment and 
maintenance of Atlantic herring 
( Clupea harengus L. ) in aquaria 

Description of the methods of rearing 
herring in aquarium - capture & 
transport of herring into aquarium; 
optimum size of aquarium & depth of 
water, feeding ("- causes of mortality. 



SJHctl 



Beauchamp, R.S.A. (1953) 59-5415 
Syrop.Pap.Sth Sess.IPFC/ 058/Sym. 6, 3 p. 
The commercial value of studies on 
fish behaviour with particular referenc^^ 
to lake Victoria 

Review of the observations of behaviour 
of Tilapia e seul enta , T. aillii í- 
Ciarias moGsambicus in lake Victoria & 
possibilities of application of this 
knowledge to fishery &■ fisheries 
management. 



SJHstl 



Zusserj S.G. (1958) 59-5418 

Symp.Pap.8th Sess. IPFC/ C58/SyTn. 9? 5P« 
A contribution to the study of fish 
behaviour 

Review of Russian works on fish 
behaviour with emphasis on s 
concentration of fish in eddies of 
the currents, reactions to external 
stimuli, conditioned reflectory 
activity Í- stud;>" of tropism. 



SJHstl 



MP 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)s153 



^1 



Keenlcyside, M. H. A. ,(195Ö) 59-5419 i 
Symp«Pap.8th Sess ,IPFC/ C38/S.ym. 10, 3 p.j 
Research on the hchaviour of Atlantic 
salmon at the Biological Stationp St. 

Andrev/Sj N.B. 

Plan for the research on salmon 
behaviour y with indications of 
objectives <?c methods of study. 



SJH::tl 



MF 



Kestoven, G.L. (195Ô) 59-5422 
Symp.Pap. 8th Sess. IPFC/ C58/SyTn. 14? 3p. 
îTotes on: the basis ^ control and 
integration of behaviour 

Revicv/ of the basis to behaviour; 
the influence of physiological states^ 
instincts ¿' learning on the pattern 
of behaviour i- notes on nervous <"■ 
hiimoral control. 



SJHctl 



Kestevenj G.L. (1958) 



59-5420 



Symp.Pap.8th Sess. IPFC/ C58/Sym. 12^ 5 p. 
Notes oni the elementary actions 

Definition of types of action,; 
classification of motion of fish by 
cause -^ by fixed motor pattern« 



SJHitl 



MF 



Jones^ F.R.H. (1958) 59-5421 

_SyTfip.Pap.8th Sess.IPFC/ C58/Sym. 13j 20 p, 
Reactions of fish to stimuli 

Reviev/ of literature of the reactions 
of fish to mechanical;, temperature ^ 
light y olfactory J gustatory J chemical 
& electrical stimuli. 



SJH'jtl 



MF 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



Fry y F.E.J. 



(1953) 



, j53) 59-542j 

>ymp.Pap.8th Sess.I?FC/ C58/Syi^. 15П2р. 
The experimental study of behaviour 
in fish 

Review of present knowledge à 
methods used in physiological studies 
of behaviour r: behavioral studies 
at the ecological level. 



SJIIitl 



MF 



liest even „ G.L. (l95ö) 



59-5424 



SyiTip.Pap.8th Sess.IPFC /C58/Sym. 19>4P- 
Notes ons the patterns of behaviour 

Classification of patterns of 
behaviour ''''■ of central nervous 
functions of fish. 



SJHitl 



MF 



2(6) 



154 



liii 



Soemarto, (1958) 59-5425 j 

S ymp.Pap.8th Sess. IPrc/ C58/S.ym« 21 , 12 p| 
Fish behaviour with special reference 
to pelagic shoaling species ^ lajang 
( Becapterus spp. ) 

Distribution of the spp,, their 
seasonal migrations (?: occurrence along 
different coasts & notes on the 
behaviour of lajangs near the lures o: 
their reactions to the light. 



SJHctl 



M 



t 

Kesteven^ G.L. ( Comp. )( 1958) 59-5428 j 
SyTnp.Pap.8th Sess.IPFC/ C58/Syi-;i. 20, 4 p 
Some terms used in behaviour 
research 

List, of terms with definitions. 



SJIktl 



Soerjodinoto, R. (I958) 59-5426 
Syrflp.Pap.8th Sess.IPFC/ C58/Sym. 22; 4 P- 
On the behaviour of lemuru^ Sardinella 
allecia (Raf.) at Bali strait 

Notes on the fishing methods of lerauru. 
c- observations on the behaviour of 
schools with respect to light 9 objects 
'^■- sound. 



SJH:;tl 



Nomura J M. (1958) 59-542? 

Symp. Pap. 8th Sess. IPFC/ C58/Sym. 23, 2 p. 
Some knowledge on behaviour of fish 

schools 

Description of diurnal phototactic 
vertical migrations of sardine j 
Sardinops melanosticta g in Japanese 
waters J & notes on the behaviour of 
sardine in respect of nets. 



SJHctl 



Ommaneyj F.D. (1958) 59-5429 
Symp. Pap. 3th Sess. IPF C/C58/S;)-m. 24? 1 P 
Fish behaviour with particular 
reference to pelagic shoaling species 

Short suiTimary report with one basic 
conclusion about the need for field 

observations. 



SJHjtl 



MP 



Canadian Ii^terdepartmental 59~5430 

FAO Committee (l95ö) 
Ottawa , 25 p° 

forestry and 



A g 



iculture¡, fisheries^ 
nutrition in Canada 1955-1957 - 
Progress and program report to the 
Food -"■ Agriculture Organization of 
the United Nations (PAO) 

Incl. chapter on fisheries 5, under 
headings 2 Supply & Demand :■ 
Assistance Programs; Inspection &■ 
Grading.;, Development & Conservation; 
Л International Agreements» 



FiBs sjh 



MP 



PAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)ci55 



í 

I 
i 

Barnes j H. ¿. 

E.P/,7. Goodley (l95ö) ' 
Glasf^.ïïat., 18245-54 
A note on rainfall in the west 
Scotland 


59-5431 
of 


Palinj A. T. (1950) 59-5434 
Proc. Soc.Wat .Treatm.Examin. <_, 6;, 133-6 
Simplified methods for determining 
residual chloride compounds in vvrater 
using diethyl-p-phen5^1ene diamine 
(DPI)) 




F 


F 


Dovming, A.Lo (1958) 
Aquarist, Lond., 23 í 47-52 
Aeration in aquaria 


59-5432 


1 

Fettet, A.E.J. (1958) 59-5435 
Surveyor, Lend. 5 117^301 -5 
Methods of analysis in the field 
of pollution control 




F 


F 


Ovington;, J.D. (1958) 
J.Brit.V^terwks.Ass. , 40:. 175-8 
Vegetation and water conservât 


59-5433 
ion 


Price, D.H.Ao (195Ö) 59-5436 
Fro с . 00 с . V7at . Tr eatm . Examin ,5 6:1 20-8 . 


The work of River Boards in relation .' 
to water supply 




F 


P 


FAO/59/8/6O49 




2(6)::156 



Rutter, A.J. (1958) 
Surveyor, Lond. , 117^189-93 
The effect of afforestation 
rainfall and run-off 



59-5437 



lylor^ E.' 



(1958) 



59-5440 



on 



Yearb.Riv.Bds Ass. , 1958;32-8 
River v/ator quality from the v/ater- 
works point of viev/ 



F 



F 



Shav^Ty J. & 59-5438 

B.Y:. Staddon (1958) 
J.exp.Eiol. , 35^85-95 
Conduct iine tri с method for the 
estimation of small quantities of 
ammonia 



Spencer s E.A. & 59-5439 

J.S. Tudhope (I958) 
J.Instn i7at.Enp:rs , 12:127-38 
A literature survey of the salt 
dilution method of flow measurement 



F 



V/aldmeyerj T. (1958) 59-5441 

J.Instn iVat.EngTS , 12:: 389-408 
Rates of flow of underground water 
and the choice of tracers to 
determine them 



Baker, L.A.E. -': 59-5442 

E. Billing (1958) 
J.appl.Bacteriol. 9 21 г 4-10 
í\irther observations on the 
bacterial content of water in 
watercress beds 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)^:157 



Беек, J.V, 5- 59-5443 

S.R. Eiseden (195Ö) 
J. £еп.Ж1сгоЪ1о1. 5 19 

Isolation and some ciiaracteristics of 
an ironoxidizing ЪacterilШl 

P 


Pov/ell;, E.O. (1958) 59-5446 
J.gcn.Microhiol. , 18. .259-68 
Criteria for the growth of 
contaminants and mutants in 
continuous culture 

P 


Бшгтапу ÎT.P. (195S) 59-5444 
Proc. SocV/atoTreatiTuExamin. , 6 ¿129-32 
Estimation of sulphate-re d.ucing ■ 
Ъacteria in soils 

P 


Coult^ D.A, & 59-5447 

K,B. Vallance (l958) 
J.ezp.Bot., 9:384-402 

Ohservations on the gaseous exchanges 
which take place hetv;een Menyanthes 
trifoliata L. and its environment. 
Part II 

P 


Jannasch, H.W. (l95ö) 59-5445 
J.gen.MicroЪiol. 5 18-609-20 
Studies on planlctonic Ъacteria by 
means of a direct тетЪгапе filtej:* 
method 

P 


ïïilsonj 1С. (195Ö) 59-5440 
Ann. Bot., Lend., 22з449-5б 
Extension growth in primary cell- 
walls with special reference to 
Hippuris \4algaris 

i 

i 

1 
i 

1 
i 

í 

P 1 

t 



PAO/59/8/6049 



2(6):15Ö 



Бгооку A.J. (195Ô) 
Naturalist у Lond. 9 



(866)^91-5' 



59-5449 



Lewin;, R.A. (195Ô) 

J. ffen. Microbiol. , 19 ''87-90 



59- 



■5452 



Ilotes on desmids of the genus : 
Staurastrum - II. Staurastrum lepto- 
dermuirij S. longispinum, S. brasiliense 


The cell walls of Platymonas 

F 


S. setof;eruin, S. clevei and S. 
tohopekalifçense var. trifurcaturn 

P 


Harris, K. (195Ö) 59-5450 
J. gen. Microbiol. 5 19.-55-64 
A study of lîallomonas insignis and 
Mallomonas akrokomos 

F 


Naylor, M. (195S) 59-5453 
Phy col. Bull. , (б)е34-40 
Chromosome numbers in the algae 

MF 


Harris J K. êc 59-5451 

D.E. Bradley (l95ö) 
J. gen. Microbiol. , l8c71-83- 
Some unusual Chrysophyceae studied in 
tile electron microscope 

F 


Pord^ J.E. (195S) 59-5454 
J, gen. Microbiol. J 19' 161-72^ 
B-] p-vitamins and grov/th of the 
flagellate Ochromonas malhamensis 

^ F 



FAO/59/8/6049 



2(6)r.l59 



Preston, R.D. (1958) 59-5455 
oci.Progr. , 46:593-605 
The physiological significanco of 
electron microscopic investigations of 
plant cell walls 



Sarnejima;, Ы. & 

J. L'l-ers (1958) 
J.gen.Microhiol. ^ 



59 



-5456 



18:107-17 



On the heterotrophic growth of 
Chlorella pyre no i do sa 



Colless, D.H. (1958) 59-5458 

Bull.ent.Res. , 49:45-7 

An improved techniqi;e for permanent 

mounts of small insects and . . 

nematodes 



Gillies y M. T. (1958) 59-5459 
Ann, trop. lied. Parasit. . s , 52 : 2б1 -73 
A modified technique. for age-grading 
of populations of Anopheles gamhiae 



P 



Wilson^ B.W. & 59-5457 

ÏÏ.F. Danforth (l95o) 
J.gen.Microhiol. , l8c535-42 
The extent of acetate and ethanol 

-racilis 



oxidation Ъу .¿uglena 



Laurence J B.R. г- 59-5460 

S.A. Smith (1958) 
Trans. R.Soc. trop. Med. bl;y-g. s 52:518-26 
The breeding of Taeniorhynchus 
( subgenus Mansonioides ) in the 
laboratory 



F 



PAO/59/8/6O49 



2(б):1бО 



^n 



ï^cleod, J. (1958) 59-5461 
Trans.R.ent.ooc.Lond. , 1 10;. 363-92 
The estimation of numbers of mobile 
insects from low-incidence recapture 
dr;.ta 


Bradbury^ S. (1958) 59-54б4 • 
:.uart.J.micr.Sci. s 99 ^ 131 -42 
A cytological and histochemical study 
of the connective-tissue fibres of the 
leech-, Hirudo m.edicinalis 


G 


! 

F 


Stephanidesj T. (1958) 59-54б2 
J. ueckett micr.Cl., 5(4) ■ 5 0-1 
On keepin^'-v Hydatina senta Ehr. (lîpi- 
^:)h.anes senta (0,P. ílüller) ) alive 
over 1оп£; periods 

F 


Bradbury J S. P,, 59-5465 

G.A. Meek (195Ö) 
Quart. J.micr.Sci. , 99 И 43-8 
A study of fibrogenesis in the leech ^ 
Hirudo medicinalis 

F 


Beedhamy G.I]. (1958) 59-5463 ; 
":uarto J.mlcr.ùci. 5 99 cl 81-97 
Observations on the mantle of the 

Lamellihranohia 

MF 


Brindle, A. (1958) 59-5466 
Trans. So C.Br it. lint. 5 13^57-68 
ITotes on the identification of 
Limnophila larvae (Diptera-Tipulidae) 

F 



FAO/59/8/6049 



2(6)il6l 



Brindle, A. (195Ö) 59-5467 

;"-Jrií »Gaz, s, 9'-45""52 

.HoteG on the identification of Tipula 
l:ipvae (Diptera-Tipulidae) 



Brindle^ A. (1950) 



59-5470 



F 



Ent«mon«Lîag. , -94 272--4 
Notes on the larvae of the British 
Tipulinae (Dipt.^ Tipulidae) - Part 
The larva of Tipula montium Egg 
T. couckeri 



and 



P 



BrindlG;, A. (195G) 



59-5468 



Ent.mon.riag. , 94:230-2 
ilotes on the larvae of the British 
Tipulinae (Dipt., Tipulidae) - Part I. 
The larva of Tipula fascipennis Mg. and 
T, pa f, ana Mg. 



Chang, S.L. (1958) ^ ^ 59-5471 
J .gen.Microhiol. , 18;565-7Ö 
"Cultural; cytological and ecological 
observations on the amoeha stage of 



ITaegleria gruheri 



F 



Brindle, A. (195Ö) 59-5469 

En t. m on. Mag. , 94. 241-4 

Hot öS on the larvae of the British 

Tipulinae (Dipt.^ Tipulidae) - Part 2. 

The larvae of the subgenus Vestiplex 

Beazi 



S.L. (I95Ö) 



Chang J 

J . gen.Microhiol . 



18 '^579-85 



59-5472 



Cytological and ecological 
observations on the flagellate 

transformation of ITaegleria grub er i 



FAO/59/0/6O49 



2(6):1б2 



Cüroe-'Gj P.S. (1958) 59-5473 

":'roc.R.ent.SocoLon(l. , 27Б;127-о ! 
Identification of adult ¿lansonia ! 
{ Coquillettidia ) pseudoconopas Theobald} 
and И. ( "C. ) ma^ulipennis 'Theobald j 
(Dip tora с Culicidae) 



Gillies,, il. T. 



(195G) 



59-5476 



Proc.R.ent.Soc.Lond. , 33A.9-14 
Idiotes on the biology of a new 
subspecies of Anopheles well come i 
(.Díptera; Culicidae) from East 
Africa, and on the distribution of 
related, forms 



F 



>erard, C.O.R. (l95ö) 



59-5474 



i^nn. Mag;. nat. Hist. ^ l( 13) '459-64 

Pa 11a ^r 1 a irnu s sali nu s ._, n.sp. (Nematodas 

Pana.;rolaiminae) 



lîanna, H.M. (1958) 59-5477 

Ent.Gaz. , 9'>21-4 
The larva of Oecetie lacustris 
(Pictet) (Trichoptera: Leptoceridae) 



F 



F 



Fraser y P.C. (1958) 59-5475 

Lnt.mon.Magç. » 94-53-4 

A nev/ species of Gomphomacromia (Odon. <, 
Gomîbhidae) fron Chile 



Hickin, N.E. (1958) 



., .-.^. v...^/ 59-547Ü 
Proc.Pv. ent. Soc.Lond« , 33A:176-8 
Larvae of British Trichoptera: 52 



F 



FAO/:;9/8/'í049 



2(6)163 



Яупез, H. В. IT. (1958) 59-5479 I 

S ei. РиЪ1. Freshv/at.biol. Ass. Brit» arnp, ,; ' 

■■""(I?) 1-07 j 

A hey to the adults and nymphs of 
British stoneflies (Plecoptera) v;ith 
notes on their ecology and 
distribution 



Kimmins, D. 



(1958) 



J)>-0' 



F 



Jackson^ D.J. (1950) 59-5480 

J.Soc.Brit.Ent. , 6c15-22 
A further note on a Chrysocharis (И;>тпо 
IXilophidae) parasitizing the eggs of 
Dytiscus marginalis L. , and a coraparisoji 
of its larva v/ith that of Gara phractus 
cinctus »Talker (Hym. Mymaridae 



F 



Entomologist » 91 167-8 

The types of Anisocentropus l atif¿^ :.! .. 1 . 
('"alker) and Anisocentropus elegans ■. \i 
("alker) (Triohopteray 



Kimmins J D.E. (1958) 59-54-: 
Bull »Br it. Mus. (na t. His t. )(Snt. ) , 6 ; 

251-60 
The identity of Stenopsyche 
griseipennis McLachlan (Trichoptera^ 
family Stenopsychidae) 



Kimmins ;, 
Ent.Gaz. 



D.E. (1958) 
, 9 -7-17 



59-5481 



The British species of the genus 
Oxyethira (Trichoptera:; Hydroptilidae) 



Kimmins, D.E. (l958) 59-5484 
Bull . Brit.IIus. (nat.Hist. )(:'nt. ) ^ 7 - 

349-58 
ITev/ species and subspecies of 
Odonata 



F 



F 



FAO/59/0/6O49 



2(б)г1б4 



, D.s. (1958) 59-5485 

Bull . Brit. laUS. (na t. Hist« )(Ent. ) » 7 г 

359-68 
On some Triclioptera from S. Rhodesia 
and Portuguese East Africa 



Macan, T. T. (i 958) ^O-'JA^^ 

J. Soc. Brit. Ent. , 6c27-33 
A comparison of the nymphs of the 
British species of the genus Ephemera 



F 



Lufty, R.G. (1958) 59-5486 

J.E.micr.Soc. Ç, 76 s 141 -8 
On the relation hetv/een dictyosomo and 
contractile vacuole in sponges 



MF 



Lia ene ill 
Ent.Gaz. 



(1958) 

102 



'Protrusive' growth of duple: 
gills in Zygoptera 



59-5489 



caudal 



F 



Macanj T.T. (I95S) 



Ent.Gaz. , 9 г 83-92 
Descriptions of the nymphs of the 
British species of Heptagenia and 
Rhithrogena (Ephem. j 



59-5487 



Nicholas, \7.L. & 59-5490 

ÏÏ.B.ÎT. Hynes (1958) 
Ann. trop. iîed. Parasit. <¡ 52 с 36-47 
P ol^/Tflorphys minutus T^oeze I782) 
X^lcanthocephala) as a parasite of the 
domestic duck 



F 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)íl65 



RoЪertson, 



(1958) 



59-5491 



Balfour-Brov/neo J. (1958) 



59- 



•5494 



Sci.Progr. , 46s1-14 

Some modern trends in protozoolo^jy 



ProcR.ent.Soc . Lond, , 27B'. 49-55 

New West African Enochrus (Coleóptera 

Hydrophil idae ) 



F 



7/atsonp J.A.L. 



(1958) 59-5492 
Proc.R.ent.Soc.Lond. , 27Bi1l6~20 
A nev: species of Petalura Leach 
(Odonata) from V/estern Australia 



Brown, E. S. F:. 59-5495 

G.G.E, Scudder (1958) 
Entorno logis h с 91 с 15-9 
Notes on the rarer British species 
of aquatic and seraiaquatic 
Hemiptei'a:, III* Mi crone eta 
ninutissima (L. ) 



P 



Ansorge^ E. (1958) 59-5493 

Ent.Gaz. , 9:156-7 

Aquatic Coleóptera in the London area 
fifty years ago 



Harr is son, 



Ent .mon.Ma¿¿. 



С • M » h » 
о 



(1958) 



59-5496 



>4.í28G 



Some locent records of Ephemera 
linea ta Eaton and Potamanthus luteus 
(L. ) (Ephemeroptera") 



P 



P 



PAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)cl66 



Hodgson. S. Б. 
Entomologist J 



(195S) 

91:25 



59--549T 



Leston, D. (195S) 



59-5500 



Jiint »mon»Mag. ^ 



94:26-31 



V/est Hertfordshire dragonflies^ 1957 


The distri'ûution of v/aterhugs 
(Hemiptera-Heteroptera: Hydrocorisae) 
in Ireland 


P 


P 


Hunter, \7.E. (195З) 59-54'v^C 
Glasg.Hat., 18.37-44 
Hew and nev/ly- confirmed distriЪution 
records of non-marine molluscs in tho 
west of Scotland (iVth paper) 


Patil, А.Ы. (195Ö) 59-5501 
Ann . IIa g . na t . Hi s t . ^ 1(13)^2 32-40 
The occurrence of a male of the 
prosohranch Potamopyrgus ;;jenkinsi 
(Smith) var. carinata Marshall in the 
Thamies at Sonning^, Berkshire 


P 


P 


Leeson, H.S» (1958) 59~5499 
Trans. R. ent. Soc.Lond. ^ 1 10' 21 -5I 
An annotated catalogue of tlie' 'Culicine 
mosquitoes of the Federation of 
Rhodesia and Hyasaland and neighЪouring 
countries;, together v/ith locality 
records for Southern Rhodesia 


Scott, H. (1958) 59-5502 
Proc. Linn. Soc.Lond. , 170-1-91 
Biogeographical research in High 
Simien (Horthern Ethiopia) ^ ■ 1952-53 


P 


P 



PAO/59/8/6049 



2(б):1б7 



59-'j503 



ocudder., G.G.E. (1953) 

En t. m on. Mag. , 94-93 

Additional county records of the 

British Hemiptera-IIeteroptera ;; together 

v/ith some records for the Clyde area 

and other parts of Scotland 



Ber¿,^ .^_. ^ J. Lviñb-je 59-5506 

à 1С. '7. Ockelmann (1958) 
J.ezp.Biol. , 35=43-73 
Seasonal and experimental variations 
of the oxygen consumption of the 
limpet Ancylus fluviátil i s (O.F. 
Müller) 



M 



Bar-Zeevj M. (1958) 59-5504 

Bull. ent. Res. , 49-157-63 
The effect of temperature on the grov/th 
rate and survival of Aedes a e gyp ti 



P 



Brixndle, A. (195Ö) 



59-5507 



Ent .mon. Ma 



ui. 



94 



38- 



•4Í 



Night activity of Trichoptera 



F 



Beedham^ G.E. & 

E.R. Trueman (l958) 
".uart.J.micr.Sci. . 99 г 199-204 



59-5505 



The utilization of l131 Ъу certain 
Lamellihranchss v/ith particular 
reference to shell secretion 



MP 



Clark^ Е.Б. & 59-5508 

J.B. Cov/ey (1958) 
J.exp.Liol. , 35:731-40 
Pactors controlling, the shape of 
certain nemertean and turbellarian 
worms 



PAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6):16S 



59- 



•5509 



Hughes, G. M. (1958) 
J.exp.Biol. , 35 "567-33 j 

The Go-ordination of insect movementc; -j 
III. Swimming in Dytiscus ^ Hydrophilus j 
and a dragonfly nymph 



F 



59- 



Hynesj H.B.I. L 

'J.L. Nicholas (1958) 
Ann. trop. Med. Parasit. , 52:^376-83 
The resistance of Gam:: a rus spp. to 
infection b''j Ро1,утогрпиз minutiis 



5510 



M 



Jackson^ D.J. (195G) 
En t. mon. Mag. , 94:109-11 



59-5511 



Notes on some nematodes and . Trematodes 
infesting water heetles 



F 



Mann, K.H. (1958) 59-5512 

J.exp.Eiol. , 35 314-23 
Seasonal variation in the respiratory 
acclimatization of the leech 
xJrpobdella testacea (Sav. ) 



F 



Marriott, F.H. C. (1958) 59-5513 
J.Physiol. , 143^69-79 
The ahsolute light-sensitivity and 
spectral threshold curve of the 
aquatic flatv/orm Dendrocoelum lacteum 



Potts, Y/.T.ÏÏ. (1958) 
J.exp.Eiol. , 35^749-64 
The inorganic and amino acid 
composition of some lamollihranch 

muscles 



59-5514 



MF 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(б)::1б9 



.^righty П. G. S. (195G) 



J.'ueckett micr.Cl. -, 5(4):36-40 
Capture of food Ъу collothecid 
Rotatoria 



59-5515 



F 



Butler^ P.M. f- 59-5516 

E.J. Popham (I958) 
Proc.S. ent. Soc.Lond. , 33Al1 49-58 
The effects of the floods of 1953 on 
the aquatic insect fauna of Spurn 
( Yorhshire) 



Hinten^ H.E. (1958) 
Ent.mon.Ma/^^ , 94^14-6 



59-5517 



The pupa of the fly Simulium feeds anc 
spins its own cocoon 



Jackson, D.J. (1958) 59-5518 
Trans.P. ente Soc.Lond. , 11 Or 53-80 
Eg¿'-la3'in£ and egg- hatching in 
Agahus hipustulatus L. ., váth notes on 
oviposition in other species of 
Agahus (Copeoptera: Dytiscidae) 



F 



Surtees, G. (l958) 59-5519 

Proc.R.ent. Зое. bond. , 3 ЗА с 88-92 
Ilotes on the hreeding habits of some 
Cul i cine mosquitoes (Díptera:. 
Culicidae) in Southern Ghana 



F 



Bainhridge, R. Г 59-5520 

R.H.J. Бготш (1958) 
J.exp.Biol. , 35.134-7 
An apparatus for the study of 
the locomotion of fish 



MP 



PAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6) 170 



I 
! 

Hartley, -7.0. (l95ô) 59-5521 
J.Q,ueckett micr.Cl., 5(4)^95-8 
The microscopical study of salmon 
scales 


i 

ITliitehead, P.J. (l95ö) 59-5524 
Ann. Ma^^onat. Hist. , 1 (1 З) ■197-208 
A ne\7 species of Chilop:lanis (Pisces^ 
Mochocidae) in Kenya 

F 


Hartley, W.G. (195Ö) 59-5522 

J.R.micr.Soc. , 76î152-67 

A projector for the measurement of 

fish-scales 

MF 


Hale, P.A. (1958) 59-5525 
Irish Nat. J. 5 12:; 259-60 
Roach, Rutilus rutilus L. ^ occurring 
in Co. Tyrone 

/^, <,^,, 
'^ Í 4. 

^ V% - 

F 


Greenwood J P.H. (l95ö) 59-5523 
Ann.LIaí^.nat.Iiist . с, 1(13) 321-5 
A new genus and species of cat-fish 
(PisceSj Clariidae) from the deeper 
waters of lake Victoria 

F 


Burnstock, G. (1958) 59-5526 
J.Physiol., 141-35-45 
Reversible inactivation of nervous 
acti\:.ty in a fish gut 

MF 



FAO/59/8/6049 



2(б):171 



Burnstocky G. (I95Ö) 59-5527 
Brit. J.Pharmacol. J 13:216-26 
The effect of drugs on spontaneous 
motility and on response to 
stimulation of the extrinsic nerves 
of the gut of a teleoctean fish 

MP 


Hughes, G.M. &, 59-5530 1 

G. Skelton (195Ö) 
J.exp.Biol., 35:;807-23 

The mechanism of gill ventilation in j 
three freshv/ater teleosts 

P 


U.K. Department of Scientific 59-5520 

<?:. Industrial Research (1958). 
Ilotes on Water Pollution, (2):1-4 
V'aste v/aters and fish 

F 


Morris, R. (1953) 59-5531 
J.exp.Biol.s 35^649-65 

The mechanism of marine osmoregulation 
in the lampern (Lampetra fluviatilis 
L, ) and the causes of its hreabdovm 
during the spawning migration 

P 


Fortune, P.Y. (195Ö) 59-5529 

J.exp.Biol. , 35-024-31 

The effect of temperature changes on 

the thyroid-pituitary relationship in 

teleosts 

Î1F 


Sundnes, G.J T. Enns 59-5532 

8z P.P. Scholander (1956) 
J.exp.Eiol., 35-671-6 
Gas secretion in fishes lacking rete 
mirahile 

MP 



PAO/59/Ö/60AC 



2(6);172 



С-агаЪИп^ D.G, (195S) 



59-5533 



12;199-2C2 



J . Instn V.'at . EngTS 

The inception of a trout fishery 



F 



U.K. Department of 59-5536 1 

Scientific c^ Industrial 

Research (1958) 
jiotes on Tater Pollution ;, (1).1~3 
Effect of organic discharges on the 
level of oxygen in a stream 



P 



Pyefinchj ÍC.A. 



(195^' 



^y 



59-5534 



УеагЪ.Рау.ВаБ Ass. , 1958c4Ö-51 

The effect of mineral fertilisers on 

trout lochs 



Gulf and Caribbean 59-5537 

Fisheries Institute (1958) 
Miami Eeach^ Florida ^ 5 P» 
Resume of the Panama situation 



Resume of material on biology c.. 
fishery - methods J history ^ 
economics - for Penaeus spp. ^ 
presented to 10th annual meeting of 
Gulf Pr. Caribbean Fisheries Institute, 



F 



îTov. s 1958' 



PiB; sjh 



M 



Le Grosp A.E. (I958) 59-5535 

Country-Side^ n.s. 1o(8)"10 p. 

ïlov/ to begin the study of Tardigrade s 



Poyle Fisheries 

Commission (1958) 
Dublin y 34 P« 
Sixth annual reuort 



59-5538 



M 



Report for the year ending 30th 
September 5 1957 o^i administration 
8'. financée, conservancy - fishing- 
intensity <, engineering works j 
research on Salmo salar .; enforcement 
of reg-ulationsp stocking - 8- 
management^ incl. catch & effort 
statistics. Appendices give trading 
accounts 5 reg-ulations made during 
the year. 
GLKrsjh MF 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(б)с173 



ITiíEoCO (195Ö) 59-5539 

Paris s 9 P» 

Report of the third, session of the 
International Advisory OommittGC on 
Marine Sciences 

Introduction;; review of past 
activities;, international collahoratioii 
in oceanography y plans for v;ork in 
Indo-Pacific area. Discussion of other 
projects. Text of recommendations ;, 
list of participants ;, report of a 
special consultants ' meeting on 
UITEöCO's role in promoting oceanic 
exploration. 
SJH..sjh И 



Belgium. Ministerio van 59-5542 
Verkoer swczen ( 1 959 ) 

75 p. ■ ■ 

Officiële lijst der Belgische 
Visser svaartuigen (Official list 
of Belgian fishing vessels) 

Contents as т:ег title. 



FAOcglk 



U.S. Department of the 59~5540 

Interior (1959) 
U. S. Gov. Printing Off. , Г:С1-317 
Annual report of the Secretary of the 
Interior for the fiscal year ended 
June 30s 1958 

Incl. brief notes on fish & v/ildlife 
research </ management j especially in 
connection with reservoirs 5, .": water 
use problems. 



SJHsjh F 



iHB (1959) 59-5541 

I.Ionte- Carlo , 140-59 

International hydrographie bulletin 

no. 5. En Pr 

Contains notes on the activities of 
the Bureau c,. information on charts^ 
sailing directions J lights^ tides " 
currents, work carried out <" 



projected 
of charts. 



new chart! 



nev; editions 



Paraense, '.7.L. (1959) 59-5543 
Amer.ITat. , 93:93-101 
One-sided reproductive isolation 
between geographically rem.ote 
populations of a planorbid snail 

Gives the results of crossing- 
experiments between remote population: 
of Taphius gl abra tu s using albinism 



a; 



a 



2:enetic marker. Each sample 



consisted of a recessive albino from 
Brazil 0:: a homozygous pig-mented 
specimen from Brazil or Venezuela. 



PAO ■ hr 



P 



Anonymous (l959) 59-5544 

o. Afr. Shipp.ilev^s Pish. Ind.Res. ^ 14(2) 

51 
West coast fishing boats make good 
catches in Pal so bay area 

ÎTote on vessels employed in 1959 
pilchard-maasbanker fishery on Cape 
P'est coast. 



FAO'.glk 



PAO : s jh 



M 



PAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6):174 



Anonymous (1959) 



59-5545 



S.Afr,Shipp.íIev/s Fish. Ind. Res. , 14(2):. | 

51 
s CHIPA moves to Durban 

Transfer of 108 f t research vessel 
SCHIPA from Cape Tovm to Durban for 
deep sea fishing expeditions« 



FAOcs.ih 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5546 

S.Afr.Shipp.Ncv/s Fish.Ind.Rüs. , 14(2): 

52-3 
S.V/.A. administration orders £40îOOO 
vessel for rock lobster research 

A note on the design of a 74 foot 
diesel vessel, the ANGRA PEQUEÑA â- the 
research programme with which it will 
be concerned off South West Africa. 



FAOcsjh 



M 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5547 

S. Af r . Shipp . News Fi sh . Ind . Res . , 14(2)s 53 
Tilapia stock for Kariba lake 

Note on first fingerling stocking of 
this N. Rhode sian lake. 



FAOssjh 



Anonyiiious (1959) 59-::^54Ô 

S.Afr.Shipp.Nev/s Fish. Ind. Res. , 14(2) 

53 
Harbours for fishing craft on nev/ 
Rhodesian lake 

Note on development projects for 
lake Kariba. 



FA0.:3Jh 



F 



Anonymous (l959) 59-5549 

S.Afr. Shipp. News Fish. Ind. Res. , 14(2) 

55. 57 
Synthetic fibre nets help Amazon 
fishermen increase their catch 

Short article based on account by 
A. Vi. Meschkat (FAO) of fishery 
problems of the area. 



FAOiSJh 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5550 

S.Afr. Shipp. News Fish. Ind. Res. , 14(2)|з 

57 
Two nations may withdraw from 
whaling convention 

Note on notices of v/ithdrawal of 
Norway &•■ Netherlands from IWC. 



FAOasjh 



M 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)cl75 



59-5551 



Anonjonous (1959) 

G. Posea y 9(10) :5 

Esperimenti di riproduzione artificíale 

con uova di persico-trota a Mantova 

(Experiments in artificial "oreeding witi. 

Ъ 1 a ok bass s pa wn at Ma n t ova ) 

Report of observations on the 
behaviour of the black bass in 
relation to their nests. 



Mile di Villagrazia^ P. (1959)59-5554 \ 
"Boll. Pesca , 35 ( 1 ) - 7-9 
Saggi chimici-analitici sulle acque 
dolcij salmastre e marine ai fini 
délia pesca ( Chemical analytical 
sampling of fresh_, brackish and salt 
water for fishing purposes) 

Techniques of v/ater sampling & 
chemical analysis. 



GLK-.glk 


F 


GLK-.glk MF 


И.В. (1959) 


59-5552 


D'Arrigo, A. (1959) 59-5555 


G. Pesca, 9(lO)í6 




Boll. Pesca 5 35(0 9-11 


kare Liguro mare povero 


( Ligurian 


L'estrazione degli idrocarburi in 


v/aters "■ poor waters) 




mare y la navigazione subacquea e la 
pesca (Oil extraction from, the 


Brief note of results of 


fishing & 


sea, underwater navigation and 


discussion of reasons for 


apparent 


fisheries) 


poverty of these v/atcrs. 




Discussion of the effects of oil 
extraction from the continental shelf. 


GLK-glk 


M 


GLKcglk M 



Zolezzi^ G. (1959) 59-5553 

Boll. Pesca , 35(1) I-7 
Primo elenco di bacini e laghetti 
montani passibili di sfruttamento itticc 
( First list of Y;ater basins and 
mountain lakes suitable for fishery) 



Dimensions of each of these bodies 
of water listed 5- possible use to be 
made. 



GLKsglk 



F 



Flaccomio, E. (1959) 59-555^ 
Corriere d. Pesca , 15(3)зЗ 
Possibilità di acclimatarej noi 
laghetti collinari di Calabria e di 
Sicilia 5 il prezioso pesce "Gurami" 
(Jhe possibility of acc^limatizing the 
previous fish "Gurami" in the mount i. i 
lakes of Calabria and Sicily) 



Contents as per title. 



GLK::glk 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)s176 



Peare^ CO. (1958) 59-5557 

J.B. Lippincott Co.; Philadelphia .; 1 88 p , 
A scientist of t\/o v/orldSo Louis 
Agassiz 



MF 



Bishai, P,R. & 59-:^:;-- 

G. Hempel (1958) ; 

Kur z e Mi 1 1 . Inst . Fi s chBiol . Univ. HainoiAiy:^^ 

(8)„ 1-10 
Zur Beziehung von Wassergehalt und < 
Längen-Gev/i cht sko effizient hei 
Schollen ( Pleuronectos platessa L, ) ■ 
(On the relation hetween wat er contonti 
and the coefficient of length« weigLt j 
of plaices, JP^ platessa L. ). En j 

States that the water content is ¡ 
directly related to the condition 
factor i/vhich is in turn related to the! 
correlation hetween age ^- weight. j 
FAO • dr M ' 



Gayral, P. (1958) 59-5558 

Rabat, 524 p. 

de la côte atlantique marocaine 

coast of 



Algues 

( 

Lloro eco) 



Ä.lgae from the Atlantic 



Harder, W. (1958) 59-55^1 

Kurze Mitt. Inst. FischBiol. Univ. Hamburg]^ 

ГВ77Г1-61 

Zur Anatomic des Darmtraktes einiger 
Familien der Clupcoideac Clupeidae^ 
Dorosomatidae, I>ussumieriidae und 
Engraulididae ( Clupeif ormes, Pisces) 
(On the anatomy of the intestine turns 
of some families belonging to 
Clupeoidea. Clupeidae, Dorosomatidae, 
Dussumieriidae & Engraulididae - 
Clupoif ormes, piscos). En 

Comparative descriptions of 101 spp. 

FAO z dr M 



Bold, H.C. (1958) 

Amer. J. Bot. , 452 737-43 

Throe new chlorophycean algae 



59-5559 



Description of ITeochloris alveolaris , 

Ulothrix fimbria ta ¿. Ilazenia mirabilis , 
& their life histories. 



FAO-tl 



P 



Lillelund, K. (1958) 59-55Ó2 

Kurze Mitt « Inst . FischBiol . Univ. Hamburg^ . 

(8)^0-75 
Altersbestimmungen an Fischen aus den 
Salmonidenregionen einiger Elbeneben- 1 
flÜGse im Raum Hamburgs (^ige- j 
determinations on fish living in the í 
trout-region of some tributaries of j 
the Elbe river). En 

Contents as per title. 



FAO ; dr 



PiiO/59/8/0049 



2(6)-177 



îacGary, J.ïï. ¿- 59-5563 

E-.-O. Stroup (1958) 
^"jpGC. Gci.Rop.U» S»Fish "i.ildl. oerv. ., 

(232)^250 p. 
Océanographie observations in the 
contrai North PacifiCj Septemher 1954 
Au-uGt 1955 

T'r4,hu.latecL ¿i graphical oceanogrc.phic 
<^ maritime meteorological data. 



GLK;tl 



M 



Graham y J.J. & 59-5564 

D.D. Stewart (1958) 
Spec. sei. Rep. и. S. Fish ïïildl.Serv. , 

(2о5):1б p. 
Estimating maximum fishing depth of 
longline gear with chemical sounding 
tuhes 

Summary of methods used. POFI studies 
of G erra о alalunga in central N. Pacific. 



GLKîsjh 



M 



Brovm, F.A. ^ Jr. (1957) • 59-55 
Amor . Nat . , 91:129-33 
Biological chronometry 

Consideration of the general nature 
&•-■ significance of the problem. 



FAO c- hr 



MF 



Stephens ^ 
Amer. Nat . <, 



G.C. (1957) 
91:135-51 



59-5567 



Twenty-four hour cycles in marine ) 

organisms | 

Pieviews some recent contrihutions made j 

to the analysis of the 24-hour color i 

change rhythm of the fiddler сгаЪ., i 

Uca ; examines synoptically the field \ 

of hiological rhythms assessing the j 

present state of information. j 



FAO s hr 



M 



International Group of 59-556^ 

Consulting Engineers (1958?) 
The Hague , 9 P« 



Fioiiing industry demonstration project 
survey of the ohjectivesc) execution 
and results of an investigation into 
the German fishing industry 

Incl. a production programme^ notes 
on operation of vessels. 



Fingerman, M. (1957) 59-5568 j 

Amor. Nat. , 91^167-73 j 

Lunar rhytlimicity in m.arinc organisms ! 

A review of the follov/ing topics;; Î 
lunar rhythms of с motion ¿- locomotion^ | 
breeding '-": color change 5 adaptive 
significance;, o- possible mechanisms of 
lunar rhythms. 



GLKr,sjh 



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M 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6). 178 



"a-.iritius, Department of 

Agriculture (1959) 
ort Louis, 62 D, 



59-5569 



AiT:iual report for the year 1957 

Incl. section on fresh water fisheries;, 
pone construction for experimental 
T'ilapia production;, feeding experiments 
Y.'ith 14_ macrochir ^ T. zillii í: T« 
rielanoplcura . 



FAOïsih 



F 



Bermúdez, P.J. (195Ö) ЬЭ-УЛ 
Acta cicnt . venezol . ^ 9" 122-5 
Los foram.inif eros pelágicos de la 
region CariЪe-Antillana (Paleoccno- 
P.e ciento) (Pelagic forarainifera 
of the Carihhean-Antillcs region^ 
Paleocene-Reccnt ) 

A systematic study of foraminifora 
of GlohiiT-erinidae Ô. Glohorotaliiaac. 



PAO hr 



Barda ch J J.E. 



59-5570 



R.G. Bjorklund (1957) 
Amor. Hat. , 91 »233-51 
The tcmipcrature sensitivity of some 
^Imerican freshwater fishes 



The mechanism involved in tompcraturo 
perception 5 namely j areal or spatial ■ 
summation from individual small skin 
fihers which enables the fish to sense 
rapid temperature changes of about 
.05*^0 was tested experimentally. 



Sonn, H.?. С: 59-5573 

H.V\ Hiser (1957) 
Proc. 6th Vfcather Radar Confcronc- , 



Сат.Ъг1ай:е 



Mass, Jlarch 26-28 , 



<c;. 



165 



• I 



Tracking hurricanes 



with radar 



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P 



Discusses Sa describes previous 
tracking methods '"■■ some 
discrepancies between various center 
piositions. Gives notes on a new 
method developed for finding storm 
centers by log. spiral overlays v/hich 
describe spiral precipitation bands 
as observed on radar '". their relation 
to storm center. 
PiB s ef a M 



Scott, A.M. Fc 



59-5571 



R. Grönblad (1957) 
Acta Soc. Sei. f enn. ^ 2B(8)o62 p.. 
ÎTov/ and interesting desmids from the 
southeastern United States 

111. detailed taxonomy c^' description 
of desmid flora of the region, with 
a list of the collections & habitats 
mentioned. Incl. bibliographic list. 






Longhurst, A.R. (1958) 5 
Pish.Publ., Lend., (11):101 p. 
An ecological survey of the 7/est 
African marine benthos 

Describes bottom topography à 
sediments, hydrography P: bathymétrie 
distribution of organisms^ benthos 
comm.unities in estuaries j f:- on 
different kind of bottoms in sea. 
Comparison of these communities with 
those in higher latitudes. 



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'i'ravassos, li. (1959) 59-5575 

■Trop . Fi sh ПоЪЪу is t , 7(6):5-7^ 48-9 
Á new species of cliaracid fish from 
-dad у Áphyo cliarax axelrodi 



-iij-i 



.JoccriЪeБ a nev; sp« of the 
'Лю iro dont ina e . 



TT'P 



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Harnischj 0. (1958) 59-5576 

G e-\7ä s s e г u . Âp ;7ä s s e г ^ (20):7-12 
Lehen ohne Sauerstoff namentlich hei 
euryoxyhionten Süssv/assertieren 
(Life without oxygen namely hy 
euryoxyhionte fresh water animals) 

Review of the physiology of anim.al 
life in the absence of oxygen in the 
water ¿:. bottom sediments« 



FAOctl 



Tesch, F.V/. (1950) 59-557C 

Gev/ässer u, Ahv/äscer , (20):,40-55 ¡ 
Ernährung und V/achstum der Salmoniden i 
in einer Trinkwassertalsperre ' 
(breeding and grov/th of salmonidés in anj 
artificial lake for drinking water) i 

Short ecological description of the j 
lake^, composition of. food &, growth of i 
Salmo irideus,, S. fontinalis Л. S. ! 



trutta fario. 



PAO ■: ti 



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Hochj К. (195S) 
Gewässer u. Abwässer, 



(2О)с5б-б0' 



59-5579 



Die V/asserkäf er des Schwarzen T/assers 
hei Wesel (V'.^ater beetles of the 
"Schwarzes V/asser" (Black Water) by 
Wesel) 

Taxonomic listing of the beetles 
found with few remarks on their 
distribution c^ ecology. 



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Bursche J E.-M.j H. Kühl 59-5577 

Sz K. Mann (1958) 
Gev/ässer u.i.bwässer c; ( 20 ) :; 1 3-39 
Hydro chemische Faktoren und Phyto- 
planlcton während einer Tide in der 
Eibmündung bei Cuxhaven (Hydro- 
chemical factors and phytoplankton 
during a tide in the Elbe estuary by 
Cuxhaven) 

iîydrochemistry of the estuarian water 
r:. the occurrence of fresh water /":: 
marine algae by spp. à quantities. 



-55SO 



Milkerj 'Ho (1958) 59- 

Gev/ässer u» Abwässer g (20)с63-7 
Parasitäre Intersexualität bei 
Chironomiden des Schluchsees 
(Parasitary intersexuality of the 
Chironomides of the Lake Schluchsee) 



Contents as per title. 



РАО tl 



MP 



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2(6) 180 



Caserair^ H. (195Ö) 59-55?'1 

Gewässer и.АЪу/аззег ^ (20)ô68-85 
Die Spinneniauna am "Schwarzen Wasser" 
Ъе1 Wesel (The spider fauna on the 
"Schwarzen Wasser" by Wesel) 

List of spp. found с notes on their 
ecology. 



РАО tl 



Mann, H. (1958) 



59-5584 



Állg.FischZtg, , 83:249-50 
Neuere ETgehnisse der Bekämpfung der 
Bauchvra-ssersucht mit Antibiotika 
(Nev/ results of dropsy control Ъу 
ant ihiotics) 

Gives results of treatments with 
antibiotics & emphasizes the 
importance of disinfection of ponds. 



^AO :. dr 



F 



Benisch, J. (1958) 59-55C2 

Gewässer u.Ahv/ässer , (20)' 86-7 
Caedax 547? ein neues EinhettungsmitteJ 
für Plankton-Organismen ( Caedax 
547 j a new mean for mounting of 
plankton organisms on the microscoij,- 
slides) 

Description of the use of the 
chemical ^- its properties. 



FAOstl 



Schiemenz, F. (1958) 59-5585 
Allg.FischZt g. , 83:309-11 
JÍ euere Anschauungen über die 
Notwendigkeit von Fischtreppen an 
Wehren in Flüssen (liev; concepts or 
the necessity of fishways attached to 
river v/eirs) 

Account of discrepancies between fish 
& power management in rivers , v/ith 
notes on construction & improvement 
of fish-v/ays. 



FAO J dr 



Bank, 0. (1958) 59-5583 

Allg.FischZtp;. .. 83. 136-7 

Zur Bekämpfung der Wasserpest 

(On the control of water-weed) 

liotes on the behaviour of El odea ¿: a 
brief reviev/ of methods for control. 
States possibilities of control v;ith 
N-f ertilizers. 



FAO с dr 



Jens, G. (1958) 59-5586 

Allg.FischZtg. , 83:369-70 
Schutz des Fischbestandes bei 
Unterwassersprengujigen mit Hilfe eines 
Luftschleiers (The protection of 
the fish stocks by the mean of an 
kir-curtain' established in the 
course of underwater explosions) 

Description of the m.ethod. 



FAO : dr 



F 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6):181 



Vernon, E.iï. (1950) 59-55871 

I'lev/ Y/estminster ^ E« C. ¡^ 49 P« j 

An examination of factors affecting 
the аЪипсТапсе of pink salmon in the 1 

Fracer river 

A study in wliicli climatically 
influenced features of the freshwater 
environment <1z early marine residence 
of Oncorhynchus e'^o^'buscha are compared, 
v/ith suhsequont adult abundance. 



Meixner 



(1958) 



59-5590 



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MF 



Dtsch.FischZtg. , 5-372 
Hefezusatz zura Forellenfutter 
(Admixture of yeast to food of trout) 

Brief reviev/ of results obtained in 
feeding fingerlings. 



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F 



Subklew, H.-J. (1 



59-55Sa 



rtsch.FischZtg. , 5:353-4 

Muss der Meeresgrund gepflügt v/erden' 

(Must the sea bottom. Ъе ploughed?) 

A popular account of the harm.ful 
effect of trawling. 



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Zobely H. (1958) 59-55Ö9 

Dtsch.FischZtg. , 5,357-61 

Stellung der Plötze in den Erträgen 

des VEB Binnenf isciierei Potsdam 

(The part of roach in the production 

of the VEB Binnenfischerei Potsdam) 

C-ives statistics of catch i- V2.1ue. 



FAO с dr 



Breitensteinp \7. (1958) 59-5591 
Dtsch.FischZtg. , 5-375-8 
Fischereibetrieb und l\Ierzzucht 
(Fisheries management and mink 
breeding) 

Cost (".: earnings of combined fish 
Г' mink bree6.ing. 



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Bank, 0. (1959) 59-5592 

Allg.FischZtg. , 84:43-5 
'Vodurch wird die Tätigkeit des 
Teichbodens beeinflusst? (Y.rhat 
does influence the activity of the 
pond's bottom?) 

Brief reviev^A of the subject. 



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FAO/5 /8/6O49 



2(6)il82 



India. Ministry of Food 59-5593 

C-. Agriculture (1958) 
Indian Fisheries Bulletin,, 5(2) £35 P« 

General notes on the condition ¿: 

development of Indian fisheries; j 

reports of research activities v\^ith { 

summaries of published papers.^ digest | 

of information on foreign fisheries j 

obtained from overseas journals. ( 



Anonymous (1959) 59-559^ 

S.Afr.Shipp.bTevjs Fish. Ind. Res. ^ 14(3) 

49, 5Ь 53 
Research will help fishing industry 
reach its maximum safe catch 

iJotice of the 14th annual report 
of the Fisheries Development 
Cor-ûoration of South Africa Ltd. 



FAO ;: glk 



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ííümannj y;. (1959) 59-5594 

Allg.Fisch'tg. , 84^49-50 
Fischtransporte иЪег weite Strecken 
(Die Besetzung anatolischer Binnenge- 
wässer mit Felchenj Aal und Zander) 
(Long distance transport of fish - The 
stocking of Anatolian inland water 
with whitefish, eel and pike-perches) 

Reports restocking measurements 
undertaken in Western Turkey in 1954« 



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International Oceanographic5 9-5597 

Foundation (1959) 
Sea Secrets ,; 3(3)^3 P« 

Answers to various biological & 
other questions received by the 
International Océanographie 
Foundation; miscellaneous notes on 
marine life. 



FiBssjh 



M 



GFQ! (1959) 



59-5595 
(6):2^ 



Stud. Rev. gen. Fish. Coun.Medit. ,, 
Mediterranean trawling second and 
third reports 

Description of the gears ^ physical 
measurements made of their operation 
à some results of selectivity 
experiments. 



SJH-glk 



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Faure, L. (1958) 59-5598 
Sci.PêchC ; (б4)с5 p. 
Résultats préliminaires de la 
première campagne 1958 du PRESIDH'ÎT 
THEODORE TISSIER (Preliminary 
results of the first cruise of 1958 
of the PRESIDENT THEODORE TISSIER) 

Results of observations on prevailing 
hydrographie conditions & 
concentrations of sardine & other 
spp. at the southern entrance of the 
English Channel. 



PAOchr 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)^83 



Queensland. Department of 59"~5599 

НагЪоигБ г.: Marine (l95o) 

Brisbane , 28 p. 

Report for the year ended 30th June ^ 

1958 

t 

Contains reports Ъу Harbours Branch 
¿' Portmaster on engineering & 
navigational matters j & Ъу the Chief 
Inspector of Fisheries p dealing with 
licencingj fish supplies 5 legislation 
& prosecutionj oyster, prawn^ scallop^ 
shell fisheries;; research bj the State 
c; Ъ-ц CSIEO^ publications, staff. 
Appendices give accounts^icenses 
issued, production statistics for 



India, Ministry of Pood 59-5^02 

L Agriculture (195Ö?) 
(mimeo) , 83 p. 

National report to the Food and 
Agriculture Organization of the 
United Nations (1955-57) 

Incl. chapter on fisheries of the 
country. 



'iB'jsjh 



MF 



(Card 2) 
pearl-shell, trochus I: Boche-de-mer. 



59-5599 i Ryan, J.H. (1959) 



PAOssjh 



MF 



59-5603 



C alif. Fish Game , 45 s 93-1 09 
California inland angling estimates 
for 1954? 1956, and 1957 

Describes methods used S.- results 
obtained in a survey based on 
questionnaires sent to a stratified 
random sample of all angling license 
buyers '"■ covering catches of inland 
fish incl о 
saxatilis , 



striped bass, Roccus 
o- Oncer hyn chus. 



SJIi;:wad 



MF 



Sudan. National 
Committee 



(1958 



Khartoum, 



PAO 
) 



59-5601 



Report to 
Organization 
period 1955-1957 



73 p. 

the Food and Agriculture 
of the United Nations 



Incl. sections on fisheries under main 
headings: Food & Agricultural 
Activities 1955-57 ; Research; Main 
Problems Outstanding. As this is the 
1st such report, it contains general 
description of climate, vegetation & 
agricultural background of the Sudan. 
FiBisjh I.:F 



Fisk, L.O. (1959) 



59-5604 



Calif. Fish Game , 45:111-22 
Experi.-.ents v^ith a vertical blaffle 
f ishway 

Describes methods used c, results 
obtained in testing a device suitable 
for passing upstream migrants, 
especially striped bass^ Roccus 
saxátil is , shad, Alosa sap i di s sima с?: 
sturgeon, Acipenser, over a barrier 
on the Sacramento river, California. 



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FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6)И84 



Bucksch, H. (1959) 59-5605 

Ost.^:'aGserv ;. , 11 (1) -7-9 
Fragen des internationalen ïïasserrechtej; 
(Questions of international water 
rights ) 

Legal discussion. 



PiB :. p;lk 



P 



Pu-tu^ L. (1958) 



59-56C6 



Acta hydrophys. , 5(2) 81-102 
Die Regulierung des Hv/anglio 
(The regulation of the T-Iv/angho) 

Outline of plans for regulation of 
the Chinese river to prevent erosion 
^" flooding. 



GLK:tl 



P 



-5607 



Preemanj Б.О. (1959) 59- 

Miss. Game Fish, 22(6): 5 

Pishing the flood control reservoirs 

A hrief report on the results of a 
study to determine fishing pressure L 
harvest on Grenada 5, Enid (L: Sardis 
reservoirs y Mississippi. 



PAC:v/ad 



P 



Roy, J. 41. (1958) 



59-5608 



Actualités mar. 
La lamproie 



2(3)33-10 
(The lamprey) 



Distinctive characters; hiology; 
econom.ic im.portance of Fetrom-yson 
mar i nus , Ichthymyzon unicuspis ^ 1. 
f OS sor r Entosphenus lamottenii « 



PA0:glk 



MP 



Couillardj P. (1958) 59-5609 
Actualités mar. ^ 2(3): 24-6 
L'utilité scientifique des 
invertébrés marins (The 
scientific value of marine 
invertebrates) 



Popular discussion of the use of 
invertebrate forms for study of 
fundamental questions in biology. 



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M 



Beruhe, Z, (1958) 



59-5610 



Actualités mar. , 2(3) r. 27-32 
Statistiques des pêches maritimes du 
Québec - 1957 (statistics of 
Quebec marine fisheries 1957) 

Quantity с. value of catch by spp. & 
regions; utilisation^ fishing boats 
&■■ gears, ice-plants etc.; fishermen 
of each region engaged in each unit 
fisl.ery "- on each kind of boat. 



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FAO/59/8/6O49 



(6)^85 



Perlin, A.B. (Ed.) (195G?) 59-5611 
St. John 's, Nev/foundland 
The Story of ITewfoundland 

New '" fully revised history of 
Newfoundlands v/ith a description of the 
social r- economic life of the province;, 
its natural history ^ resources, puhlic 
services, ind,ustry -"■ culture. 

: tn M 


Sv/itzerland. National 59-5^14 

FAO Committee (I958) 
Berne, 38 p. 

huitième rap2)ort trisannuel adressé 
par la Suisse à 1 'Organisation des 
Nations Unies pour L'Alimentation et 
l'Agriculture 19555 1956 et 1957 
(L'ighty triannual report of 
Sv/itzerland to the Food and Agriculturí; 
Organisation of the United Nations 
1955. 1956 and 1957) 

Incl. Sume statistics of fish 
production (. consumption. 

FiBiSJh F 


Power, E.Ao (1950?) 59-5-12 
Statist. Dig. U.S. Fish ■"ildl.Serv., (4З) 
Fishery statistics of the United 
States, 1956 

Incl. data on the volume '-: value of 
the catch of fishery pro duct s ;; 
employment in the fisheries, quantity 
of gear operated, numher of fishing 
craft em.ployed in the capture of 
fishery products, .', information on the 
volume f". value of the production of 
manufactured fishery products " Ъу- 
products. Historical catch statistics 
for all regions of the United States. 
z tn MF 


Turckian, K.IC. (195C) 59-5615 
Nature , Lend. 5 1 C2 J 72G-9 
Plate of accumulation of nickel in 
Atlantic equatorial deep-sea 
sediments and its hearing on possible 
extra-terrestrial sources 

Data on rate of accumulation of nickel 
in sediments '^: discussion of its 
origin from terrestrial source. 

GLX tl M 


Bradley, V.H. à 59-5o13 

P. Соокэ (195S) 
Fish. Bull,, U.S. , (137):3C5"34 
Living and ancient populations of the 
clam (Gemma ^emm.a) in a Maine coast 
tidal flat 

2 spp. , G. gemma " Mya arenaria, have 
occupied the flat jointly for at least 
a thousand years. Suhsurface evidence 
indicates that tv.dce during this 
interval the po;_ulations were removed 
catastrophically from most of the 
sandy part of the flat each time re- 
established themselves. 
FAO.^tn M 


Olsson, P. (1958) 59-5616 
l:a ture , Lone . , 1 82 „ 1 745 


A hucco-hypophysial canal in El op s 
saur us 

Describes a canal connecting the 
pituitary '- the oral epithelium in 
young individuals & discusses its 
phyl ogene tic s ignif i can ce . 

GLKcv/ad M 



PAO/59/8/6049 



(6) 



de Silva, Г. H. D.H. (1958) 59"5б17 
nature., Lond,., l82c1751-2 
Use of artificially liberated larvae 
in experiments on the setting 
behaviour of Spirorbis 

.Describes their viability c. 
discrimination in selecting substrates 
as compared with naturally liberated 
larvae;; relates use of the method 
to spp. determination '-"•. anti-f ouling 
research. 



GLKj¥/ad 



Ti/r 



PCIFC 1946. Chairman of 59-5620 
the Committee (l958) 

Conf. Pap. PCIFC- 1946 .; 7th Meet. PC7/95 

7 p. 
Committee oii mesh difficulties - 
Pieport 

Reviews terms of reference of the 
committee '" summarizes the precise 
difficulties of member countries as 
regard to the application of present 
mesh 7)rovisions on sole^ whiting ¡, o- 
mixed fishes. 



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Russell, F.S. (195З) 59-56IÖ 

I-Tature, bond. , 182:1755 

Salt excretion in marine birds 

Describes observations of presumed 
salt excretion in lesser black-backed 
p;ulls in the ÎTorth Sea. 



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PCIFC 1946. Sub-Committee 59-5621 

of Scientists (1958) 
Conf. Pap. PCIFC 1946' , 7th Meet о , 

.PÇlZS^nnex, 128 p. 
Application of present mesh 
provisions s committee to consider 
difficulties experienced by member 
countries 

Reports catch statistics ¡, distribution 
of fisheries, size composition of 
landings J, price structure of market 
categories Л, effect of mesh regulation^ 
for sale¡, Y/hiting, haddock plaice c^ 
mixed fishes by catches from herring 
' mackerel fisheries c: other than 



PCIFC 1946 (1958) 59-5619 

Dublin 

International Fisheries Convention of 

1946 conference papers for the seventh 

meeting 01 the I'ermanent Commission, 

Dublin, November 195^ 

Contains 59-5620 to 59-5635. 



59-5621 
(Card 2) 
these fisheries. Incl. revision of 
the Hague report on the sale 
fisheries. 



GLK; 



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2(6)::187 



PCIFC 1946. 



Committee 
Conf.Fap. PCI FC 

Report of 
Saturday^ 



Liaison 

о N 



(195'^> 



59-5o¿3 



1946 , 7th Mee- 



son Committee 



4th OctohePj 1950 



Aglorij A. J. (195b) 59-5626 

GonT .r;ap..rCIFC 1946. . 7th Heet. , 

statement of payments and receipts for 
the year ended 30th June ^ 195o 



CLE; 



GLICc 



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Savage, A- (l95o) 59-5624 

Coni. Pap. PCIFC 1946 , 7th I.Ieet. , 

шит 

Information and statistics on 
industrial fisheries 

Contains statistical information 
concerning industrial fisheries of 
Denmark;, ÎJorv;ay<, Sv/eden c.-. Germany. 



GLK;:efa 



P.CIFC 19460 (I95G) 59-5627 

Conf.Pap.PCIFO 19 46 , 7th I.Ieet. , 

PC7/1"0 Ö( 3rd . ДеуТТГ 
List of memoranda circulated up to 
27th IToveraher._ 1.95 о 



GLIC 



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Drost, H. S. (I95G) 59-5625 

Conf. Pap. PC IFC 1946 , 7th Meet., 

Report Ъу the Infractions Committee 

Incl. summary of infringements on 
mesh of nets •" undersized fish for 
year 1957. 



59-5628 

7th Meet. , 



оЪ; 



at 



Uent, A.JJ.Jc (195Ö) 
Conf. Ра т р. PCIFC 1946 

PC77^-1 
Fieport bj the Commission's observer 

the m.ecting of the International 

Council for the Sxploration of the 

Sea: Copenhagu.e, 29th September to 4th 

Gctoher,,, 1950 



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FAO/59/0/6O49 



2(6)::188 



PCIFC 1946 (1953) 59-5029 
Conf.Pap.PCIFC 1946 , 7th Meet,, 

PC7/102Rev. 5 
Delegates and advisers attending 


Jónsson^ J. (1958) 59-5632 
Conf.Pap.PCIFC 1946 , 7th Meet. J 

PÇT/105 ¡ 
Pieport bj the Commission's oЪserver 
at the meeting of the International 
Commission for the Hortm/est Atlantic 
Fisheries Halifa^:^ Canada j 9th to 
14th Junes 1958 


GLK .: I- 


GLK;. M 


pcipc 1946 (i:'5ö) 59-5630 

Conf.Pap.PCIFC 1946 , Tthlîeet., 


PCIFC 1946 (195''^-) 59-5633 
Conf.Pap.PCIFC 1946 , 7th Heet. , 


PC2/103 

Minutes of sessions 


?C7/107Rev, 
ilmendment of article 7(2) of the 
Convention 


GLK: Г 


GLK s M 


PCIFC 1946 (195G) 59-5631 
Conf.Pap.PCIFC 1946 5 7tli i:eet., r(í7^/l04 
Supplementary report of tlie Liaison 
Committee >; arising principally out of 
results communicated to the Comparative 
Pishing Committee during the I. C.E.S. 
meeting in 1958 


PCIFC 1946 (1:58) 59-5634 
Conf.Pap.PCIFC 1946 , 7th Meet., 

P.C7/108g,ey.. 
Ilote on conclusions reached by the 
commission at their seventh mieeting 


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FAO/59/8/604^ 



2(6)"189 



rCIFC 1946. Korringa's 



59-563Í: 



'Vorking Party (195S) 
Conf.PapoPCIFC 1946' s TthMeet., 

Mesh sise for whiting in region VII 

Presents suggestions to commission's 
consideration on adoption of 60mm 
mesh for v/hitinr in certain parts of 
region VII. 



GLKsefa 



Bersamin^ S.V. (1957) 59-563' 

Philipp. J, Sei . , 86:339-57 
Fluctuations in the planktonic 
population of the estuaries of i'Tavotas 
ana Mai ah on 



MF 



Rangneker, F.V. , Б.В. 59-5638 

Gaitonde Л S.S. Mandrekar (1958) 
J.hiol. Sei. g 1 : 78-83 
Effects of pharmacological agents 
on the rhythmic activity of the 
heart of Panul irus pol^^phagus (Herhst^ 



M 



îTair, К. К. & 59-5^39 

S.E. Sane (1958) 
J.hiol. Sei. , 1L99-100 
ïlistochemical demonstration of 
alkaline phosphatase activity in 
hody wall of Hydra sp. 



the 



F 



Suhrahmanyan^ P. (1958) 59-563' 
J.Indian bot.Soc. y 37^435-41 
Phytoplankton organisms of the Arahian 
Sea off the west coast of India 



Sundaralingam^ V. 3. (1959) 59-5^40 
Pr о с . India n A ca d . S ci с ^ 49 В ;: 7 -5 1 



Systematic account of the South 
Indian Chara cea e 



MF 



PAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6):190 



Palmer J G. с"- 59-5641 

"Ï.ÏÏ.A. Phillips (195Ö) 
J.Bombay nat .Hist, Soc. , 55,: 486-92 
Some observations on the fauna of the 
Maldive islands - 5" Fishes - 6. 
Insects 



Ilohamed^ К.П. (l95^) 59-5б44 
J.Bombay nat.Hist . Soc. > 55 512-7 
Cccurrence of the eel LTeenchelys 
buitendi jki ''-eber and Be Beaufur in 
Indian waters 



lüF 



Barnabas у J. à 59-5ö42 

T. Barnabas (l95ö) 
J.biol. Sei. , 1 84-7 
Lipids in the muscles of some 
representative type of vertebrates 



MP 



MF 



Silas, L'.G. (1958) 59-5645 

J . Bombay na t . Hi st . So c . , 55 ■523-31 
Pemarks on Indian cyprinid fishes 
described by Jerdon (1849) under 
Gonorhynchus Mo Gl el land 



F 



Birkhoff „ 

, Q 

ïhe factory 



hansa., 94( 1 2-1 3) ;593 



(;. (1957) 59-5643 
13) 

ship of the future 



-description of the future trends in tb.e 
construction of factory ships. 



■:tl 



Gold Schmidt J F.R. (1958) 59-5б4б 
J . Bombay na t .Hi s t . So с . ^ 55-473-80 
Catla fishing in Pov/ai lakes Greater 
Bombay 



F 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6) : 191 



Jonlclaas, R. (l95ö) 59-5б47 

Loris, 6c77-öO 

It's tough hooking a sailfish 

T IT 

J.,1 


Swarup, rl. (1957) 59-5650 
Pro c. nat .Acad. Sei . India , 27Б . 274-8 
Production of haploidy in 
experimentally treated e¿:gs of 
Gasterosteus aculeatus (L. ) 

M 


Bose, N.K. (195G) 59-5648 
Indian J.Pwr Riv. Vail . DevelopiTic y 0(4) 

1-2, 6 
Friture of multipurpose river valley 
projects ■ ■ 

F 


Timm, P. Vi, (1958) 59-5651 
J . Bombay na t . Hi s t . So с . ^ 55:1 07-9 
Two new species of Echinoderella 
(phylujTi Kinorhyncha) from the Bay of 
Bengal 

M 


Sinha¡, G. (1953) ' 59-5649 
Irrig, (^.; Рул?, 15 "85-99 
Mathematical computation of tidal 
propa,gation in estuarine rivers 

MF 


I)inam.ani, P. (1957) 59-5652 
Bull , Re s . Inst .Univ. Kerala , 5^(2) 

123-48 
otomach and associated structures in 
the blackv/ater clam 9 Villorita 
cyprinoides (C-ray) var. cochinensis 
(Ilanley) 

F 



FAO/59/8/6049 



2(6) =192 



Pillai, ïï. Krishna (1957) 59-5653 
Bull . Res. Inst, Univ. Kerala,- 5 G( 1 ) : 1 -68 
Pelagic crustácea of Tr avancer e - 2 !'-. Ъ 
Schizopoda 

M 


Chacko, P.I. r 59-5656 

S. George (195^) 
Iladras Fish. Marke tnp; Rep., (З) 11 p. 
Appraisal of the sea fisheries 
resources of the Kanyakumari district 

M 


Pillai, Ж. Krishna (1957) 59-5б54 
Bull. Hes. Inet, Univ. Kerala, 5C( 2 ),, 149-57 
New species of Limnoria from Kerala 

M 


Llenon, M.D. L 59-5657 

P.. I. Chacko ( 19*50) 
J. Bombay nat .Hist. Зое, , 55 '11 7-24 
Food and feeding habits of some 
freshv.'ater fishes of Madras State 

F 


Silas^ E.G. (I95G) 59-5655 
J.Bombay nat.Hist . 5oc. , 55^54-99 
Studies on cyprinid fishes of the 
oriental .~enus Chela Hamilton 

F 


Prasad, R.R. (1958) ' 59-565Ö 
?roc. Indian Acad. Soi., 47B:331-7 
ITote on the occurrence and feeding 
h.:\oitD of Koctiluca and their 
effects on the planlvton community 
L„nd fisheries 

M 



FAO/39/8/6049 



2(б).:193 



Sarojinij К. К. (195Ö) 59-5659 
и.БоглЪау nat.Hist. оос. 5 55-42-53 
Collectioriy acclimatisations and 
transport of mullet seed in 'Test 
Bengal (India) 

¥iJP 


Rao 5 V.I;. (1957) 59-5662 
Bui 1 . Re s . Inst . Univ. Kerala , 5 C( 2 ) . 1 5-G 
Study of surface currents in the œa 
Ъу drift cards 

M 


Balakrishnan^ A. (1957) ' 59-5660 
Bull, Res. Inst, Univ. Kerala, 5C(2):7-9 
Variation of salinity and temperature 
in Ernakulam Channel 

M 


Rao J V.ÎT. <^ 59-5663 

ÎT. ÎC, Balachandran ( 1 957 ) 
Bull , Res . Inst .Univ. Kerala , 5 C( 2 ) : 1 9-21 
Study of sea surface roughness by 
photograx)hic method 

M 


ICartha, T.D.K. (1957) 59-5661 
Bull. Res. Inst. Univ. Kerala, 5C(2) :11-3 
Mi его seismic recorder at Naval 
Physical Laboratory^ Cochin 

M 


Sastry, A.A. Rama (l957) 59-5664 
Bull . Res . Inst .Univ. Kerala , 5 C( 2 ) :: 1 -5 

Vertical stahility of the upper 
layers in the Bay of Bengal 

M 



FAO/59/8/6049 



2(6):194 



Sv/am^, H,N. (1957) 



Bull ..Res, Inst. 



Ocean current 
electrodes 



59-5665 
Uni v.Kerala , 5 C( 2),; 23-5 
measurement by tov/e¿ 



M 



Deboutteville, CDelamare^ 59-5^^6 

A.-G. Hi-imes & J. Paris (1957) 
C.R.Acad, Sei. , Paris , 244';504-6 
Sur le comportement d' Octopicola 
БирегЪа Humes ¡, n.^-.n.sp. parasite de la 
pieuvre Octopus vul^^aris Lamarck 
(On the behaviour of Octopicola 
Humes., n, g. , n. sp 



шрегЪа 



5 parasite of the 



devil-fish. 



Octopus vulga 



:'i_s Lamarck) 



Description of the parasite váth notes 
on reproductive behaviour à activity 
in aquaria. 



FAO G glk 



M 



Husson^ R. & 



H. Schorr (1957) 



59-5667 



C.R.Acad. Sei. , Paris ; 244^513-5 
Mise en évidence d'acide urique dans 
les organes jaunes du crustacé 
troglohie Caecosphaeroma burgundum 
Dollfus (Demonstration of uric acid 
in the "yellov/ organs" of the 
crustacean Ca e со sp ha er oma burgundum 
Dollfus) 

Applications of the Schindler uric 
acid test 5 the Schindler urate test 
c: a test for guanine. 

FAO 3 glk M 



Copey О.Б. (195Ö) 



59-5668 



Fish. Bull. , U.S. , (140): 41 7-42 
Annotated bibliography on the 
cutthroat trout 

135 abstr. in order of author names ^ 
on biology;, management J culture à 
distribution of Salmo clarki . 
Orives scientific ^' vernacular 
names ;, indexes by subject. 



FAO.sjh 



F 



Bjornn^ Т.е. (1957) 59-5669 

Idaho Fish c- Game Bep. ^» I76 p. 
A survey of the fishery resources of 
Priest and upper Priest lakes and 
their tributaries, Idaho 



A survey to determine the factors 
causing the decline in the momber of 
cutthroat. 



Anon^nnous (1957) 59-5670 

Prop. Utah Acad. Sei. ^ 34° 7 3-9 
The choice of spawning sites by 
cutthroat trout 

Several environm.ental factors were 
examined in stream surveys on 6 
Yello^7stone lake tributaries used 
by cutthroat trout for spavming. 
Attempt v/as made to relate 
distribution of redds in each stream 
with factors knowTi to sometimes 
influence choice of spavming sites. 



F 



FAO/59/8/6O49 



2(6) 195 



McConnell, ?;,J., 'V.J. Clark 59-5671 

¿: ÏÏ.P. Sigler (1957) 
Utah State A^r. College ,, 76 p. 
Беаг lake¡, its fish and fishing 



Piatt s 5 "'.S. (1957) 
Utah Fish Game Мая« 
The cutthroat trout 



59-5672 
13(lO)c4^ 10 



Describes history &^ range of Utah ¿z 
Colorado cutthroat, blanagement in Utah 
is discussed in relation to 
environmental changes. Habitat ^ life 
history, spav.TTiing habits , <1 development 
are treated. 



sfb 



F 



Keia, G. (1958) 



59-5673 



Allg.FischZtr. , G3?50-1 
Versuche zu einer Antibiotica-îherapie 
baucbvassersuchtkraiiker Laichkarpfen 
(Experiments on an antibiotic-therapy 
of spavming carps infected by dropsy) 



Reports results obtained by 

achromycin ô^ teramycin. States that ипс(эп 

uncontrolled (.":. indiscriminate 

antibiotic-injections must be 

avoided. 



РАО ; dr 



F 



FAO/59/8/6049 



Banl-., 0. (1959) 59-5674 

Allg.FischStg. , 64 с 2 7-9 
V.'odurch v.'ird die Tätigkeit des 
Teichbodens beeinflusst? - I, 
Steigerung der Bakterienarbeit durch 
Trockenlegung (Factors effecting 
the activity of the pond bottom - I. 
Increase of bacterial activity due 
to pond's dr a i na ge ) 

Brief reviev; of the subject. 



Fi.O . dr 



P 



Bas Pcired, 1),C. (1957) 59-5675 
Universidad de Barcelona , 67 p. 
Barcelona y la pesca catalana 
(Barcelona and the Catalonian 
fisheries) 

Considerations on biological, 
technological o: socio-economic 
aspects of the fisheries. 



Pi Б : lir 



M 



Bucks ch, F:. (1958) 59-5676 

0st.V.asser^7. , 10(7)s133-5 
Die Lösung internationaler 
Rechtsprobleme des Gev/ässerschutses 
durch das Kchärenzprinzip 
(Solution of international rights 
problems in v/ater protection by 
the coherence principle) 

Le,G:al discussion. 



PiB:/^lk 



P 



2(6)e196 



АЪе, T. (1957) 
АЪе, T. (1950) 


5397 5398 


1 

Bal, D.V. (1957) 




5074 


5396 


Balachandran, N.IC. (1957) 




5663 


Acolat, L. (1957) 


5085 


Balakrishnan, A; (1957) 




5660 


Acton, A, В. (1957) 


5354 


Balfour-BroY/ne, J. (1958) 




5494 


Adam, I. (195Ö) 


5346 


Balls, R. (1958) 
Balon, E. (1957) 




4824 


Adams ^ Th. ^" 




5149 


5151 


¥.A, Hiestand (l958) 


5086 


Balon, E. (1958) 




5150 


Aggj A.E. , G.E. Eden 




Balon, E.K. (1958) 




5066 


Л K.V« Melbourne 


5011 


Bank, 0. (1958) 




5583 


Aglen, A.J. (195G) 


■ 5626 


Bank¡ 0. (1959) 


5592 


5674 


Aikele, E. P- al. (1958) 


4902 


ВагЪег, ÏÏ.F. (1959) 




4944 


Albe-Pessard;, A. , A. Fessard 


Bardach, J.E. (1959) 




4543 


Д L. Sollero (1959) 


5001 


Bardad', J.E, '■" 






Alderdice^ Б. F. r- 




R.G. Bjorklund (l957) 




5570 


M.E. V^orthington (1959) 


4552 


Barnahas, J. " 






Alekin¡, O.A. ^' 




T. Barnabas (1958) 




5642 


I.P. Moricheva (1959) 


5324 


Barnabas, T. (l958) 




5642 


Alfimov, N.H. P. 




Barnes, H. (l958) 




5185 


O.G. Mironov (1958) 


4971 


Barnes, H. ' 






Alfirevié, S. (1958) 


5030 


E.P.-'-. Goodley (1958) 




5431 


Allen, A. c". 




Bar-Z.eev, И. (l958) 




5504 


R.E. Alston (1959) 


5175 


Î5as Feired B.C. (1957) 




5675 


Alston, R.E. (1959) 


5175 


Beattie, "j.Fi. (1958) 




5170 


Altmann j G. (1959) 


5391 5392 


Beauchamp, R»o.A. (1958) 




5415 


Amlacher, E. (l958) 


5345 


Beaven, G.' P. (l958) 




5127 


Anderson, (},0, (1959) 


4539 


Beck, J.V. P 






Ando, Y. c"-. 




S.R. Elseden (1958) 




5443 


K. Inoue (1958) 


4884 


Beedham, G.E. (1958) 




5463 


Andrew j F.J. P 




Beedham, G.E. P. 






G.n. Geen (1958) 


5084 


E.R. Trueman (1958) 




5505 


Andrews, P. II. (1959) 


5303 


Belgium., Mini st er i e van 






Ansorge, E. (1958) 


5493 


VerkeersAvczen (1959) 




5542 


Aoe, N. (1959) 


4896 


Benisch, J. (1958) 




5582 


A oy ama, T. P 




Benl, G. (1958) 




5152 


T. Kitajima (1959) 


5379 


Bentley, O.G. (1958) 




5170 


Arai, K. (1958) 
Arai, K. (1959) 


5137 


Berg, X. , J, LuiTibye 






4895 


P Yi,\ . Ockelmann (1958) 




5506 


Arte, P. (1958) 


4840 


Berge, G. (1958) 




4684 


Arzylowics, R.A. (1957) 


4843 


Bergquist, P.L. (1959) 




4913 


Asakawa, S. (l959) 


4888 


Bermúdez, P.J. (1958) 




5572 


Atkinson, \7. S. (1957) 


4613 


Bernard, F. (1957) 
Bernard, F. (1958) 


45S5 


4586 


Atz, J.Y". (1958) 


5147 


4687 


5145 


Ayers, J.C. P al. (1958) 


4606 


Berner, M, (1958) 




5329 






Berry, F.E. (1958) 


4512 4612 


БаЪигхпа, E.A. P- 




Bersamin, S.V. (l957) 




5636 


I.D. Kovaleva (1959) 


4858 


Bertelsen, E. (1959) 




5402 


Bàgrov, N.A. (1958) 


4644 


Berthois, L« ■" 






Bahadur, К. P- 




Ы. Sully (1957) 




4584 


S. lîajam (1958) 


5384 


Beruhe, Z. (1958) 




5610 


Bahr, К, (1958) 


4654 


Berzins, B. (1957) 


46I4 4631 


Bainbridge, Pv. (1958) 


5148 


Bier i , R. (1959) 




4537 


Bainbridge, R, P 




Billing, E. (1958) 




5442 


R.H.J. Brown (1958) 


5520 


Birkhoff, C. (1957) 




5643 


Baker, L.A.E. <':. 




Bishai, P.R. P- 






E. Billing (1958) 


5442 


G. Ilempel (l958) 




5560 



FA' /59/8/6049 



A"C 



2(6) -jAI 



Bjorklund, R, G. (1957) 

Bjornn^ T. С, (1957) 

Blaclrrnan^ G.E. P al. (1959) 

Elaik, H. (1959) 

Blaxter^ J.H. S. (1958) 

Blaxter. J.bLS» (1959) 

Blaxter^ J.H.3. , F. G, T. Holliday 

■' B,B, Parrisli (195З) 
Bligh, E.G. (1958) 
Bogorov, B.C. (1958) 
Böhlke, J.E. (1958) 
Bold, H. С. (1958) 
Boroughs, П. (1957) 
Boschi, E.E. (1958) 
Boschi^ L.A.^ T'LL, Euster de 

Plaza r E,È, Loschi (1958) 
Bose, i";.K. (1958) 
Boswell, J.L. (1958) 
Bottemanne^ C.J. (1959) 
Bouillon, J. (1957) 
Bovet, B« ^ E. Bovet-iïi"tti 

'" G.B. Marini-Bettolo (l959) 
Bovet-Nitti, F. (1959) 
Bcvn, J. (1958) 
Braarud, T, (1958) 
Brächet^ J, c' 

E.E. Mir sky (1959) 
Bradhury, S, (195З) 
Bradbury, S. r^ 

G. A. Meek (l958) 
Bradley, B.E. (l958) 
Bradley, lY.H, Г 

P. Cooke (1958) 
Braemer, W (1958) 
Braga, J.IÎ. (1958) 
Breitenstein, \ (1958) 
Brémond, J.-C. (1957) 
Brien, P. , M. Poil 

^ J. Bouillon (1957) 
Briggs, G,E. (1959) 
Brindle, A„ (195З) 5466 



5570 

5669 

4975 
5116 

5417 
5188 

541 6 
4699 
4690 
5168 
5559 
4531 
4981 4990 

4981 
5648 
5281 
4903 
4589 

5000 
5000 
4850 
4668 

5002 
5464 

5465 
5451 



5613 
50З7 
4997 
5591 
4581 



to 



Brochu, M. (1957) 
Brockstedt, II. (1958) 
Broecker, W. S. Л 

E.A. Oison (1959) 
Brook ^ A.J. (195З) 
Brouardel, G. (1958) 
Brov;n, E.S. ." 

G„G.E. Scudder (I958) 
Brovm, E.A. , Jr. (1957) 
Bro\vn, R.II.J, (1958) 
BruningSj, M, 1С. (1958) 
Brunner, G, G. Keiz 

."- E. Ко1Ъ'(1958) 



4589 

4972 
5470 
5507 
4566 
4656 

4959 
5449 
5143 

5495 
5566 
5520 
4828 

5342 



Bryson, P.A. (1958) 
Bucksch, P. (1958) 
Bucks ch, P. (1959) 
Eüclanann, A. (1958) 
Bunce, P.E. (1959) 
ВигЪапск, ■■'".Do (1959) 
Bur don, T.W (1957) 
Burkhoíder, L.M. (1959) 



4632 
5676 
5605 
4650 
4908 
4792 
4823 
5192 



Burkhoíder, P.P., L.M. Burkhoíder 

г": J. A. River О (1959) 
Burraan, ÎT.P. (1958) 
Burnet^ A.M. P. (1959) 
Burnstock, G. (1958) 
Bursche, E.-M. , H. Kühl 

:. H. Mann (1958) 
Busnita, Th. (1957) 
Butcher, P/,:. (1959) 
Butler, P.A. r 

A.J. Wilson, Jr. (1957) 
Butler, P.M. <". 

E.J. 'popharn (1958) 
Buts.. G. (1958) 



5192 

5444 

4942 

5526 5527 

5577 

5067 

■ 4984 

5267 

5516 
5126 



Buz.nikov G. A. (1959) 4856 4861 



Cadenat, J. (l959) 4623 

Cadenat, J» '" ■ 

M. Boutre (1959) 
Cadenat, J. " 

A. Lassarat (l959) 
Uanada. Bominion Bureau 

of Statistics (1958) 
Canada. Bominion Bureau 

of Statistics (1959) 
Canada. Fisheries 

Research Board (1958) 
Canadian Interdepartmental 

FAO Committee (1958) 
Canta cu zè ne , A . -îî о ( 'i 9 5 7 ) 
Caram, B. (1957) 
Cargo, B. G. (1958) 
Carritt, B.E. " 

J.H. Parley (1957) 
Carruthers, J.N. (1958) 
Carruthers, J.M„ ^"' al. (1959) 
Cartwright, B.E. (195S) 5307 
Casemir, Iî. (1958) 
Cassie, P.M. (l957) 
Cervigón, E. (1958) 
Chacho, P.I, (1958) 
Chacko , P.I. '" 

S.George (1958) 
Chang, J.J. ^" 

P.IÍ. Johnson (1959) 
Chang, S.L. (1958) 5471- 



4625 
4626 

4630 

4629 

4501 

4502 



4662 



5430 
4580 

4574 
5128 

4530 
5316 
5176 

5315 
5581 
5405 
5333 
5657 

5656 

4784 
5472 



FAO/59/G/6049 



AC 



2(6) A2 



Clianley, P.E, (195Ö) 
Chappelear^ J.E, (1959) 
Chap sky, КЛС. (1958) 
Charniaux-Cotton, K. (1957) 
Charnock, H. (1958) 
Chestnut, A.F, (1957) 
Chestnut, A. F., W.E. Fahy 

P- H.j/ Porter (1957) 
Chieffi,, G. r 

E. de Lutio (1957) 
Ohoe, S. Fr. 

Y. Ohshima (1958) 
Chokder, Á.H. (195Ö) 
Gihar^ J. (1957) 
Cihar. J. ("•. 

S. Fr-ric (195Ö) 
Clark, R,B. P- 

J.B^ CoY/ey (1958) 
Clark, '/.J. (1957) 
Clos, P. ri- 

A.'Serfaty (1957) 
Colas, J. (1957) 
Cole, G.A. (1957) 
Colless, ЪЛ1, (1958) 
Com i ta, Cr.V', "■■ 

G. С. 'Anderson (1959) 
The Conservation 

Foundation (l959) 
Cooke, P. (1958) 
Cooley, N.Ro (1958) 
Cooper, H.H. , Jr. (1959) 
Cooper, luH.H. (1958) 
Coope:^ U.C. (1959) 
Cope, Ó.B. (1958) 
Corbet, P.S. (1958) 
Cordes, '7. С, (1959) 
Corlett, J. (1958) 
Couillard, P. (1958) 
Coult, D.A. '"' 

К.Б. Vallance (1958) 
Cowey, J.B. (1958) 
Cox, K.\7, (1958) 
Craddock, J.M. P.: 

С.А.З, Lov/ndes 
Craig, H. (1957) 
Crandall ,, C.A. ■" 

C.J. Goodnight (1959) 
Crease J. (1958) 

L.E. (1957) 
L.E. (1958) 
L.H. Л 
^./ood (1959) 
R.A. &■ 
Vernon (1959) 



(1958) 



Cronin, 
Cronin, 
Cr о shy., 

E. J . F« 
Cr out er 

E.H. 
Crutchfield, J. A. (l959) 
Cunn i ngham ^ G . H , ( 1 95 9 ) 



5275 
4951 
4506 

4583 

5312 5313 

5259 

5262 



5088 



4868 
4836 
5153 

5154 

55ОЗ 
5671 

5089 
4580 

4511 

5458 

4539 

4825 
5613 
5292 

4781 
4673 
5173 
5668 
5473 
4914 
4682 
5609 

5447 
5508 
5282 

4862 
4527 4534 

4540 
5311 
5258 
4926 

5294 

4551 
5301 

5295 



Curl, H., Jr. (1959) 
Currio, R.I. (1958) 
GiTshing, :0.H. (1958) 

Gushing, n.H. '" al. (1958) 
Gushing, D.H. ■'' 

H.F. Nicholson (1958) 
Gushing, J.E. ^ G.J. Rió.¿v/ay 

r G.L. Durall (1957) 
O^/iic, V. (1958) 

Daget, J. (1958) 
Daget^ J. (1959) 
D'Amico e: 

P.?. Foa (1959) 
Jlanforth, V;.F. (1958) 
Dao, S. (1957) 
D'Arrigo, A» (1959) 

:oas, I. (1958) 

Das S.M. r 



4663 
4681 



461 9 



Saxena (1958) 

J. T., M. Descamps 
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Deacon, G.E.R, (1959) 
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Démange, R. (1959) 
Demel, K. Г. 

S. Rutkov/ics (1958) 
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Deuce, Í^A. (1958) 
Denzer, H.^7. (l957) 
Descamps, M. (1959) 

P.H.D.H. (1957) 
P.H.D.H. (1958) 

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Dierks, A. (1958) 
Dietz, R.S. (1959) 
Dinamani, P. (1957) 
Dohie, J, (1959) 

D0Í5 T. (1958) 

Donaldson, L.R. '"•■ 
R.F. Foster (1957) 



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Donn^ W.L. (':■ 

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Dorris^ Т.е. r al, (1958) 
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M. Oguri (1958) 
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DoY^, R.L. (1958) 
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:Oragesco, J, (1957) 
Dragomirov^ ÎJ.I. (1959) 
Draper^ L. (195?) 
Drost, U.S. (195G) 
Dubey, G.P. (1959) 
Dunn, C-.E. (1957) 
Durall, G.L. (1957) 
Dussart, Б. (1957) 
Dussault^ I-I.P. (1958) 
Dyer, W.J,, D.Io Praser 

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Ра1гЪап1с8, L.D. (1957) 
Ра1гЪап1^з, L.D. (1958) 
Parris, D.A. (1959) 
Paure/b. (1958) 
Pao.veÎ, P. c". 

Í?. Huilier (1959) 
Pesdosov, M.V. (1958) 
Pel'senbaum, A.I. (l959) 
Peng, S. Y. (1958) 
Pennellp R.A. (l957) 
Pessard, A. (1959) 
Pirigerman, M. (1957) 
î^-ngerman, M. ".■ 

L.D. Pairbanlcs (1957) 
Pingerman, M. Л 

L.D. РахгЪапкз (1958) 



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Pingerman, M., M.E. Lov/e 

<": Б,1. Sundararaj (1959) 
Pingerman, M., îî.I. Oandeen 

r M.E. LoY/e (1959) 
Pischer, G. (1959) 
Pischer-Piette, E. (1957) 
Pisk, L.Ö. (1959) 
Placcomio, E. (1959) 
Plemister, S. С (1959) 
Plorin, Î.I.-B. (1957) 
Flyger, V.P. (1958) 
Poà, P.P. (1959) 
Pogg, G.E. (1958) 
Polsora, T.R. /''; 

J.IÎ. Harley (1957) 
Polsom, T.R. , P.D. Jennings' 

" R.A. ochwartzlose (1959) 
Polsom, T.R, & 

A.C. Vine (1957) 
Ponselius, S. "■■ 

G. Dstlund (1959) 
Ford, J.E. (1958) 
Fortune, P. Y. (1958) 
Poster, R.P. (1957) 4532 
Poyle Fisheries 

Commission (1958) 
France. Sous-Secrétariat à la 
Marine Marchande. Direction des 

Pêches Maritimes (l958) 
Pranlc, S. (1958) 
Praser, D.I. (l958) 
Praser, P.C. (l958' 
Praser, J.H. (l958 
Frassetto, R. (1959) 
Freeman, Б.О. (1959) 
Freeman, P. (1959) 
Priant, M. (1957) 
Frick, C. (1958) 
Pry, F.E.J. (1958) 5393 
Fryer, G. (1959) 
Pukuhara, T. (1959) 
Puster de Plaza, î.I.L. (i 958) 
Feister de Plaza, M.L. •'' 

E.E. Boschi (1958) 
Fu--tu, L. (1958) 



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Gaitonde, B.B. (1958) 
Galkina, L.A. (1959) 
Galt soff, P.S. (1958). 
Gamhlin, D.O. (1958) 
Gandin, L. S. <" 

R.E. 'Soloveichik (1959 
Garcia del Cid, F. (1957 
Garrick J.A.F. (1959) 



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Gayral, Г. (1957 

Gayral, P. (1958 

Ceen, G.H. (l95ö) 

Gelfand, D.P. (1958) 

Gelineo^ S. (1957) 

Celineo', 3t. (195Q) 

GFCTvî (1959) 

George ^ 3. (195S) 

Gerking, S.D. (1959) 

Germain, L, (195?) 

Germany. Bundesministerium für 

'jrnährung;, Landv/irt Schaft ¿. 

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Germany. Bundesrainisterium für 
I-rnährung, Landwirtschaft с" 

Forsten (1959) 
Ghiretti, F. (1959) 
Giese, A.C. '^ al. (1959) 
Gihr, M. (1957) 

Gillies ^ M.T. (195Ö) 5459 
Ginet; R. (1957) 
Glover, R.E. (1959) 
Glover, R.S. (I95O) 
Glude, J.B. (1957) 
Godfrey, H. (1959) 
GoldЪerg, E.D. (1957) 
Goldschmidt, F.R. (1958) 
Goodheart, i-J. (l959) 
Goodley,, E.F.W, (1958 
Goodnight, C.J. riORQ 



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Goreauj T.F. (1959) 
Goriacheva G.I. 
Graf, P. (1959) 
Graham _, J.J. /" 

D.D. Stewart (1958) 
Graham, J.V.". г-, 

S. С. Cooper (1959) 
Grasse _ P. -Г. " 

J. Dragesco (1957) 
Green, J."'. <'■ al. (1959) 
Greenwood ^ A.D. (1959) 
Greenwood^ P.H. (l95o) 
Greenwood ^ Р.П. (1959) 
Grégoire,' С (1957) 
Gregory, R.II. , R.T. Hill 

'"i J. A. Hope, Jr. (1958) 
Griffiths, I. (1959) 
Grönblad, R. (l957) 
Gruhisic, F. (1959) 
Guest, U.C. (1959) 
Guillard, R.R. (1958) 
Gulf ¿■. Caribbean Fisheries 

Institute (1958) 
Gulland, J. A. (1958) 



5156 



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4596 
4790 
4970 
5523 
5190 
5016 

5273 
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5571 
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5362 
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Gunter, G. (1958) 
Gunter, G. CE. Dav/son 

'" "m.J, Demoran (1957) 
Gusev, A.V. , Е.Б, Zhukov 

c^-, lu. A. Strelkov (1959) 

НаЪе, T. (1958) 
Hale^ P.A. (1958) 
Hall, K.F. (1957) 
Hall, 'T.M. (1957) 
Ham 5, R.G. r: 

R.E. Eakin (l958) 
Hamada, S. (1959) 
Hanaoka^ T. (1958) 
Haneda/ï. '-. 

P.H. ^Johnson (1958) 
Hanna, H. M. (195S) 
Hansen, P.H. (1957) 
Hanzawa, M. (l958) 
Harder, V,". (1958) 
Hardy, A. (1959) 
Hardy, E. (1957) 
Harleman, D.R.P. "■ 

J.M. Jordan, Jr. (1959) 
Harley^ J.H. (1957) 
Harnisch, 0. .(1958) 
Harris, К. (1958) 
Harris, К. f!. 

D.E. Bradley (1958) 
Harrison, H. M. (1957) 
Harrisson, СМ. H. (l958) 
Hart, J.L.' (1958) 
Hartley, ^:,".G. (l958) 
Hartman, '7. D. (l958) 
Haruta, N. (l959) 
Hashimoto, К. (1959) 
Hashimoto, К. -"■ 

P. Matsuura (1959) 
Hashimoto, Y. & 

T. Okaichi (1958) 
Hasler. A.D. Г 

■■.'.j.';;ishy (1958) 

Hathaway, R.R. (1958) 
Healy, A.'j. (1959) 
Hehard, J.F. (1957) 
Hellmich, G. (1958) 
Hempel, G. (1958) 
Hennings, Chr. (i 958) 
Herrera, J. (1958) 
Hewitt, E.J. (1959) 
Hickin, iI.E. (1958) 
Hicks, B.L. (1959) 
Hiestand, W.A. (1958) 
Higashi, H. ^ al. (1959) 
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Kill, E.T. (1958) 
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Г.. Kikuohi (1959) 
Kiser, H.'V. (1957) 
Hücli, К. (1958) 
ПосЬгпаП;, L, "■ 

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:iod:,son^ Г.. В. (1958) 
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Holliday, F. G. T. (1959) 
Holmes ^ R, <"■. al. (1958) 
Holmes^ R.ÏÏ. (1958) 
Ilolm-îiansen, Ö. Л al. (1959) 
îiolstvoogd. G. (1957) 
НошБа, Y. (1957) 
Hope, E.R. (1959) 
Houe, J.A. , Jr, (195S) 
Hopkins, З.П. (1957) 
Hor-ton, P.A. (1958) 
liotta , H. i. To АЪе 

-': Y, Takashima (l953) 
Houo-t^ G. (1958) 
Hughes ^ G.Lï. (1958) 
Iluglies, G. M. r. 

G. Skel-ton (1958) 
Hulings, IT.C. (1958) 
Eulot, A.L. (1957) 
Humes ^ A. -G. (1957) 
îlun-t^ J.K. (1959) 
Hunter, ÏÏ.R. (1958) 
Iluokuna K. (1959) 
Hurley, 'd.E. (1957) 
Hurley, D.E. (1959) 
Husson, R, •" 

H. Schorr (1957) 
Hutton, R.P. (1959) 
Ïlylton-Scott, n.I. (1957) 
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Ichiye, T. (1959) 
Igarashi, H, (l959) 
litaka, Y. (l958) 
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Inoue^ К. (1958) 4884 
International Group of 

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1НБ (1959) 5541 
International Océanographie 

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Ito, Y, (1958) 513Ö 

Iwata, F. (1958) 5006 



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Jackson, S.V/. , Jr. (1958) 
Jannasch, H.V;. (1958) 
Japan. Ministry of 

Education (l959) 
Jara, Z. (1957) 
Jara, I^. 
Jenkins, 
Jenkins, 
Jenkins, 
Jennings, 
Jens, G. 
Jitariu, 
Johansson 
John, CM 

Johnson, F.H. (1958) 
Johnson, F.H. (1959) 
Johnson^ П. С (1959 
Jones ; F.R.H» (1958', 
Jones, J,^. , (1959) 
Jones, ÎÎ.3. P:: 

'/.D. Burhanck (1959) 
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Kahata, Z. (1957) 
Kahata' Z. (1958) 

Kaj, j; (1958) 

Kajosaari, H. (1959) 
Kanaev, V. F. (l959) 
Kandier, 0. Sz 

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ICarthaj T.D.K. (1957) 
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ICatada^ M. (1959) 
ICataaa^ M, ^ II. Zama 

P- H. I^arashi (1959) 
Kav/amoto, N.Y. (l95ö) 
Ilav/ainoto, T. (l956) 
Keonleyside, МЛ1.А, (l95ö) 
Keonleyside^ M, H. A. (1959) 
Keiz, G. (1958) 
Keiz, G. (1959) 
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Kesteven, G.L. (195Ö) 

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Ketchum, B.ïï. Л-, al. (1958) 
Khvan^ A. P. (1959) 
Kikuchij R. (1959) 
Kikuchij T. r": al. (1958) 
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G.C. (1959) 
Kirillov, A.A. (1958) 
Kitajima, T. (1959) 
Klak, S. (1958) 
Klav^re, ¥.L. A 

B.M. Shimada (l959) 
Kleinholz, L.H. (1959) 
КоЪауазК!, S. Л. 

M. Mogami (1958) 
Kobayasi, H. (l959) 
Kojima, Y. (l957) 
Ко1Ъ, E. (1958) 
Kong, С P. (1959) 
Konishi, J. (1958) 
Kornberg, lï.L. (1957) 
Korovin^. lu. M. (1959) 
Ko selling H.I. (1957) 
Kovaleva, I.D. (1959) 
Kovalsld-i, V.V. & 

S.V. Letunova (1959) 
Kozarov, G. (1958) 
Krause, ÏÏ.R. (1959) 
Krcal, J. (1957) 
КгеЪЗ;, H.A. (5: 

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Kühl, П. (1957' 
Kühl, П. (1958 
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Kumar, P. (1959) 
Kunkle, D.E. (i 958) 
Kux, Z. (1957) 
Кш:, Z. P~ 

T, Weisz (1958) 

Lamh, С.Л. , O.G. Bentley 

Л J.M. Beat tie (i 958) 
Lambert, J. G. (1958) 
Lamotte, M. ¡, J.-L. Perret 

A S. Dzieduszycka (1959) 
Lanc, ci:. (1959) 
Lanjouv/;, J. f" 

P.A. Stafleu (1959) 
Larrañeta, M. G. (1958) 
Larraneta^ li,0, .j J. Lopez 

?■ V.^ Suau (1958) 
Larraneta, M.G.^ P. ouau 

r. J. Lopeç3 (1958) 
Lassarat, A. (l959) 
Lathbury, A. -1- 

R.A. Bryson (1958) 
Laurence, B.R. (l959) ' 
Laurence, B.R. t-. 

S.A. omith (1958) 
Laurent, P. (l957) 
Lauzier, L. (1957) 
Lauzier^ L. (1958) 
LaY/s, R.M. (1958) 
La\7S, R.M. " 

R.J.P. Taylor (1957) 
Lazarev, G.E, Pr. 

S.A. Ushakov (1959) 
Leedale, G. P. (1959) 
Leeson, H. 3, (1958) 
Legendre, R. (1958) 
Le Gros, A.E. (l958) 
Lenel, R. (1957) 
Leston, D. (1958) 
Letunova, S.V. (l959) 
Lewin, P.A. (1958) 
Lev;is¡ A. G. (l959) 
Lihosvarsky, J. (1957) 
Liehmann, H. (1959) 
Lillelund, K. (1958) 
Lindroth, A. (1959) 
Llewellyn, J. (l959) 
LoBg, C. '.'• t?. 

R.A. Arzylowics (1957) 
Long, E.J. (1959) 
Longhurst, A.R. (1958) 



5371 

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Lope?,^ J. (I95Ö) 5332 

JuopGZ-BenitOy M. (1958) 
Tiovclien, D. (1959) 
Lov/e, M.b'. (1959) 47S6 

Lowndes, CA. S, (1958) 
Lucas, CE. (195Ö) 
Lülimann M. (1957) 
Lufty, n.G, (1958) 
Lumliye, J. (195 8) 
Lund, J.'. .G. (1959) 
Lundbeck, J. (1958) 
LundЪeck, J. (1959) 
Lundy, H. (1959) 
Lunz, CR. (1958) 

M.L. (1959) 

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Machado-Cruz, J.A. (1959) 

Mackin, J.G. (1958) 

MacKinnon, V;.J. (1959) 

Macleod, J. (l958) 

Macneill, N. (1958) 

Maeda, T. (1958) 

Magne, F. (1957) 

Mako, II. (1959) 

Mandrekar, S.a. (1958) 

Ilann^ H. (1958) 5577 

Mann^ H. ^ A, von Brandt 

c; Chr. Hennings (1958) 
Нашк К. H. (1958) 
Manning y J. H. '^ 

П. T. Pfitsenmeyer (1958) 
I^ansuoti, R. (1958) 
Iiansueti, E.J. (1958) 
Karat he, V.B. <'.. 

D.V. Bai (1957) 
Margal ef, R. (1957) 
Harini-Bettolo, G.B. (1959) 
Harriott, F. IL С. (1958) 
Marshall^ ÍÍ.B. (1959) 
L'art ineau, D.P. (1959) 
Mason, J. (1958) 
LIassuti, M. (1958) 
Ma suda, S. t.. 

P. ¿hinchara (1959) 
î la su zav/a ^ J . (1958) 
Matsumoto, J. (1959) 
Matsuura, F. (1959) 4889 
Matsuura, F,, K« Hashimoto 

¿. H. Haruta (1959) 
Matsuyoshi, M. (1959) 
Mattisen, A.E. , A.A. Kirillov 

.' V.N. Pospelov (1958) 



5314 

5279 
5335 
5341 
4547 
5299 
4862 
4696 
5372 
5486 
5506 

/1.541 
4648 

4593 
4595 
5274 

5552 
5488 
4996 
5281 
4907 
546I 
5489 
51З6 

4577 
5381 
5638 
5584 

4651 
5512 

5283 
4609 
5125 

5074 

5ÖOO 

5513 
5173 
4946 
4962 

5339 

5350 
4597 
4896 
4890 

4891 
4395 

5124 



Matulic, II. (1958) 
Maubeuge, P.L. (l959) 
Maul^ G.É. (1957) 
Mauritius. j3epartment of 

Agriculture (1959) 
M.ayer, A.M. r" 

A. Poljakoff-Mayber (l959) 
îfeyrat, A. (1959) 
Ma zum dar, З.Р. (1957) 
McConnell, "-.J., W.J. Clark 

¿: U.F. 3igler (1957) 
McFarren, E.F. ^' al. (l957) 
McGary, J.'.Y. A. 

E.J3. Stroup (1958) 
McGuinness, У.Т. (1959) 
McGuinness, SLT. ('-. 

",7.L. Donn (1959) 
McLellan^ H.J. " 

L. Lauzier (l957) 
Mechsner, Kl. (l959) 
Medcof, J.C. (1958) 
Medcof, J.C. Г: 

J.E. Mortimer 
Meek^ G. A. (1958) 
Meixner, R. (l958) 
Melbourne,, K.V. (1957) 
Menon^ M.D. r^: 

P.I. Chacko (1958) 
Menzel ^ R,V\ (1958) 
Menzel^ R.Y/. , ÎT. C. Hulings 

&. R.R. Hathaway (1958) 
Meseck, G. ( 1957) 
Middleton, H.K. (1958) 

J, Mat sumo to 
(1959) 



5134 

503c 



,<o 



(1958) 



5569 

4912 
461 7 
5075 



5671 
5268 

5563 
4955 

4956 

4801 

4640 

4659 5395 

4660 

5465 
5590 
5011 

5657 
4829 

5276 
4844 
4645 



Migita, M. 

.-"• IT. Aoe 
Migita, M. '"■. 

3. Otake (1958) 
Miller, S. (1959) 
Milo di Villagrazia, P. (1959) 
Minamori, 3. (1957) 5099 
Ming, S. (1958) 
Mir one v^ O.G. (1958) 
Mirsky, E.E, (1959) 
Misik, V. (1958) 
Misu, H. (1959) 

Mitani, P. (1958) 4519 
Mitani, F. (1959) 
Miyazaki^ M. (1958) 
Mogami, M. (1958) 
Mohamed, К. H. (l958) 
Molinier R. '^ 

J. Picard (1957) 
Monod, Th. (1959) 4621 
Moreau, R. (1957) 
Mor ello, M. (1958) 
Morgans, J.F.C. (1958) 



4896 

4880 
4333 
5554 
5100 
5330 

4971 
5002 
516O 
5380 
4871 
4887 
46 01 

5135 
5644 

4559 
4622 
5095 
511 -i 
5399 



i:^AO/ 59/8/ 6049 



go 



2(6). a8 



Morgans, J.F.O. (1959) 
Ног i che va, I. P. (1959) 
Moríyasu, о. (l95o) 
Morovic^ D, г.. 

S. Zupanovió (195З) 
Morris, R. (1950) 
Mortimeiv O.H. (l959 
Eortimer^ J.E, (195Ö 
Muhury, G.N. (195Ö) 
Mullan, J.V/. (195Ö) 
Murphy, G.I. (1959) 
Myers, J. (195S) 
Myers, P.R. (195c) 

ITair^ K.M. ." 

S.R. loano (1958) 
Nakagome, J. (1958) 
Nakamur a ^ E . L . ( 1 9 5 8 ) 
iTational Shelliisheries 

Association (1957) 
ITational Shellfisheries 

Association (1958) 
îiaylor^ M. (1958) 
l'Jecrasov, 0. ^ al. (l95o) 
Meprochnov, lu. P. (1959) 
"Jeuniann, D. (1959) 
ITeurnann, G. (l959'l 
lievraan, Ы.',", (1959) 
llicnolas^ W.L. (195Ö) 
ITicholas, "J.L, ôc 

ÏÏ.B.ÎT. Hynes (1958) 
ilichols, J.T. (1958) 
Hi Chol son, II. Г. (1958) • 
Nickel, II! (1957) 
Nielsen, E.Steemann (1958) 



5408 

5324 

46O2 

501 G 
5531 
5191 
466C 
5388 
4993 
4544 
5456 
4826 



5639 
4870 

5347 
5257 

5270 
5453 
5076 

4853 
5390 
4947 
5039 




4674 



Nielsen^ E, Gteemann '"■ 
. D.H. Cu-shing (1958) 
Nil s son, N.A. (1959) 
Nil s son ^ N.B. (1959) 
Nishimoto, J. (1958) 4872 
Nomejko, C.A. (1958) 
Nomura, M. (l958) 
Northrop. J, , M, Blaik 
г-. 3. Frassetto (1959) 
Norvell, J. (1958) 
Norv/ay, Piskeridirekt^ren (1957) 
Nümann, '7. (1957) 
Nümann, Yf. (1959) 



Ockelmann, 
Ostlund, 



Oguri 
Oguro 
Ohle, 

Ohiiii , 



H. 



G. (1 
(1958) 
(1957) 
(1958) 
(1958) 



(1958) 



959) 



55' 



5490 
5040 
4672 

5107 
4685 

4694 

4663 
4925 
4924 
4873 
5279 
5427 

5116 
5ОС3 
48 1 б 

5373 
5594 

5506 
4911 

4675 
5007 
4692 

4940 



Ohshima Y. (1958) 4868 

Ohtsuka^ E. (1957) 5077 
Okaichi, T. (l958) 4874 4875 

Ckuho, A. (1958) 4605 

Oliva, 0. (1957) 5108 
Oliva, О. (1958) 4515 4516 

Olson, E.A. (1959) 4959 

Olsson, R. (1958) 561 6 

Omata, K. (1958) 4879 

Ommaney, F.D. (1958) 5429 

Ordal, E.J. (1958) 4928 

O'Rourke, F.J. (1959) 51 SO 

Orpana, 7. (l959) 4783 

Otake, S. (1958) 488O 

Ovington, J,D. (1958) 5433 

Gzmidov, R.V. (1959) 5318 

Pacljnanahhan, ICG. (1957) 5078 

Palin, A.T. (1958) 5434 
Palmer, G. .-' 

iT.V.'.A. Phillips (1958) 5641 

Paraense, V/.L. (1959) 5543 
Paris, J.' (1957) 4570 5666 

Parrish, Б.В. (l958) 5416 
Parrish, B.B. ^ J.H. 3. Blaxter 

г-. F.G.T,. Hoiliday (1958) 541 / 

Parrott, A.T". (1958) 5041 
Parry, G. ^ F.G.To Hoiliday 

Л j!h, si Blaxter (1959) 
Parsons, ?. (1958) 
Patil, A.M. (1958) 
Pavans de Ceccatty, H. (1957) 

Feare, CO. (1958) 
Penteiov/, P.T.IC (l959) 
Peres, J.-M. (1958) 
Perlin, A.B. (1958'') 



PCIFC 1946 (195Ö) 



5619 5627 



5630 5631 5633 
PCIFC 1946. Chairman of 

the Committee (1958) 
PCIFC 1946. Korringa's 

Morking Party (l958) 
rCIPC 1946. Liaison 

Committee (l958) 
PCIFC 1946» Suh- Commit tee of 

Scientists (1958) 
Perret, J.-L. (1959) 
Petter' A.E.J. (1959) 
PettebJ A.E.J. (1958) 



Pfitzenmeyer, K. T. (1958) 
Pfitzer^ D.'P. (1958) 
Phillips, 'V.P'cA. (1958) 
Picard, J. (1957) 
Pierson, IT. J.., Jr. (1959) 
l^ikharev, G.A.' (1957) 



5188 

4995 
55O1 

4565 
4569 
5557 
4985 
5144 
56II 

5629 
5634 

5620 

5635 

5623 

5621 
4628 
4986 

5435 
5283 
4524 
5641 
4559 
4953 
4509 



AO/59/8/6049 



ftc 



2(6):A9 



Pillai, íí. Krishna (1957) 5^53 

Pirxto, S. Y. (1957) 

Platts, V.'.S. (1957) 

Pleva, V. (195Ö) 

Poirier, M, (1957) 

Foljakoff -МауЪег, A. (1959) 

Popham^ E.J. (195Ô) 

Popovska-Stanlcovió^ 0. (195о) 

Porter, I-LJ. (1957) 

Posgay, J.A. (1957) 

Pospelov, V.ÏÏ. (1958) 

Postel^ E, (1958) 

Potts, 

PoY/ell 

Po7/er , 



(1958) 

(1958) 

(1958?) 

(1958) 

(1959) 



1.1 

-.0 i. • 

E.O. 
E,A. 
Prc,~'id, n.R. 
Prasad, P.P. 
Pratt, D.B. A 

G. '..'adäell (1959) 
Preston, P.D. (1958) 
Price, D.H. A. (195З) 
Priou, M.-L. (1957) 
Prit chard, D»T\ (1959) 
Prit chard., D.T. ?■■ 

R.E. Bunce (1959) 
Presser, CL. ''.■ 

P.E. Van V/eel (1958) 
Prowse, G. A. (1959) 
Pjre finch, К. A. (1958) 
Pynnönen, A. (1957) 

Queensland. Department of 
Harbours г", Marine (1958) 



5131 



Rajarfi, S. (1958) 
Randall 5 J.E. (1959) 
Rangneker, P.V. , Б.В. Gaitonde 

^ S.S, ¿andrekar (1958) 
Rao, V.l. (1957) 
Rao, V.i-T. ■ 

1ТЛС. Bala chañaran (1957) 
Rass, T.S. (1957) 
Reichenhach-KlinlvOj ÏÏ.H, (1958) 



Reinhoth^ R. (1957) 
Ror^n, C.E„ (1957) 
Ridgi^y, G.J. (1957) 
Ripplinger, J. (1957) 
Rivas, L.R. (1958) 
Rivero, J.A. (1959) 
Rivibre, A, Л 

S. Vernhet (l957) 
Robertson, И. (1958) 
Robinson, A. '" 

H. Stommel (1959) 



5095 



5654 
5042 
5672 

5079 
4802 
4912 

5516 
5376 
5262 

4805 

5124 
4938 

5514 
5446 
5612 
5ü5ü 
5132 

5184 
5455 
5436 
4560 

4950 

4908 

5004 
5183 
5534 
5043 



5599 

5384 
4835 

5638 
5662 

5663 
4508 
5044 
5045 
4582 

4525 
4803 
5096 
5046 
5192 

4563 
5491 

5120 



Robinson^ E.S. (1959) 
Rodhe, Ъ. (1958) 
Rodriêiiez-Roda, J, (l958) 
RoGge, B. (1958) 
Rollefsen, G. (1957) 
Ronald, 1С, (1957) 
Roque, M, (i 957) 
Roques, Ы. (1957) 
Rosenthal, ILL. ^ P.R. îlyers 

'" M. К. Brunings (1958) 
Roy, J.-Ivî. (1958) 
Rullier, F. (1957) 
Rullier, P. (1959) 
Rusanovà, M. H, (1959) 
Rushforth, J.i.:. (1959) 
Russell, F. 3, (1958) 
Rutkowicz, S. (1958) 
Putter, A.J. (1958) 
Ryan. J.n. (1959) 
Ryhänen, R. (1959) 
Ryther, J.H. L al. (1958) 



Saha, K. С , P.P« Sen 

- G, Ж. Muhury (1958) 
Gaint-Guily, Б. (1957) 
SaitOp, K. P 

M. Gameshima (1958) 
Gaito , T. K. Arai 

P>: MO Matsuyoshi (l959) 
Saito, T. , K. Arai 

Гг T. Tanaka (l958 
Saksena, J.IT. (1958 
Salsman', G.G. (1959) 
Samejima, H. .- 

J. My er s (1958) 
Sameshima, M. (1958) 
Sanchez, S. (1957) 
Sandeen, M.I. (1959) 
Sandvaer. G. (1958) 
Sane, S.R. (1958) 
Sarojini, K.K. (1958) 
Sasa.yama, S. ■" 

S. ïïamada (1959) 
oasayarna, S., G. llamada 

Í- К. Yamada (1959) 
Sa s try , A. A. Rama (1957) 
Savage. A. (1958) 
Saxena, D.Bo (1957) 
Gaxena, D.E. (1958) 



ocax-oergooG, 
Scheer, Б.Т. 
Schiemenz. F 
Schiller, 
Schnelle , 



(1 



^59) 



(1957) 



(1958) 
С H. (1957) 

'". (1958) 



4514 

5386 

4З07 



5298 
4691 
5337 
5331 
4841 
4806 

4567 
4563 

4828 
5608 
4576 
4615 
5323 
5167 
561 8 
5374 
5437 
5603 
4782 
4666 



5388 
4561 

4876 

4895 

5137 
5382 
4948 

5456 
4876 

4569 
5299 
5304 
5639 
5659 

5353 

5352 
5664 
5624 
46II 
5385 
5387 
4808 

4795 
5585 
4918 
5346 



FAO/59/0/6049 



ne 



2(6):A10 



Gcholander^ PoP„ (195Ö) 


5532 


oommer^ IL. (1958) 


4647 


Schorr, H. (1957) 


5667 


Southgate, Б.А, (1959) 


5164 


о ehr ce der, V;. С. (1959) 


5114 


Spaas, J.T. (1959) 


4935 


Scbvartz, F.J. ■' 




Sparks, A.K. , J.L. Bosv;ell 




J. lîorvell (195Ö) 


5003 


'"■ J.G. Nackin (1958) 


5281 


Sch\7artzlose, R.A. (1959) 


5118 


Spencer, E.A. -" 




Schwoerhel, J. (1959) 


5368 


J.S. Tudhope (1958) 


5439 


Scott A.M. r. 




Staddon, Б.П. (1958) 


5438 


R. Gronhlad (l957) 


5571 


Stafleu, PoA. (1959) 


4976 


Scott, D« c". 




Starrett, ^,".0. (1959) 


4773 


J.M. Rushforth (1959) 


5167 . 


Steele, J.H. (1958) 


4683 


Scott, ÍL (I95Ô) 


5502 . 


Steele ^ J. IL (1959) 


4591 


Scudder, G.G.E. (l95ö) 


5495 5503 


Steffens, ■'. (1957) 


5105 


SeaЪloom, R.W. (1953) 


4553 


Stephanides, T. (1958) 


5462 


Sechlvina, T.V. (1959) 


5322 


Stephens, G.G. (i 957) 
Sterling, T. Б. (I959y 


5567 


Segerstrale, S.G. (1957) 


5C47 


4905 


Sen, D.P. (1958) 


53uo 


Stewart, D.D. (1958) 


5564 


Senn, H.V. Л 




Stewart, H.B,, Jr., G, С, Salsman ) 


H.W. Hiser (1957) 


5573 


л. A.J. Coodheart (l959) 


4948 


Serfaty, A. (1957) 


5C89 


Stommel, H. (1959) 


5120 


Shaw, J. '". 




St. (rand), Е.'^Ч (1959) 


5404 


B.V.^ Staddon (l958) 


5438 


S t r a sbur g , D , ■' 7 . " 




Shaw, J.T. c^- 




H.S.H. Yuen (1958) 


5411 


G.R. Garrison (1959) 


4915 


Strelkov, lu.A. (1959) 


4857 


Shimada, Б.М. (1959) 


5364 


Stroup, E.D. (1958) 


5563 


ShimizUp C. '■ 




Stuhhings, H.G. (1959) 


51S9 


Ï. í¡\ikuhara (1959) 


4897 


..¡tunlrard, ÏÏ.W. ("л 




Shinohara, F. (l959) 


5350 


J,R. Uzmann (1959) 


4797 


Shiokawa, T. (1957) 


5057 


cuau, ?. (1957) 


4839 


Shishkin, Б.К. (l958) 


4633 


Suau, P. (1958) 5332 


5335 


Shor, G.G., Jr. (1959) 


5115 


Suarez -СааЪго, J, A. (l959) 


4832 


Shuster, C.IJ.; Jr. (1957) 


5261 


Suhklew, H.-J. (1958) 


5588 


SiGler, V/.P. (1957) 


5671 


Subrahmanyan, R. (1958) 


5637 


Silas, E.G. (1958) 


5645 5655 


Sudan. National FAQ 




Sindermann, C.J, (1957) 


4809 4810 


Committee (l958) 


5601 




4811 


Sully, H. (1957) 


4584 


Singer, Б. (1958) 


4351 


Sundaralingam, V. S, (l959) 


5640 


Sinha, G. (1958) 


5649 


Sundararaj, Б.1. (1959) 


4786 


Sironval, C. (1959) 


4641 


Sundnes, G, ^ T. Enns 




Sivankutty, N.G. (1957) 


5080 50C1 


'-"■ P.F. Scholander (1958) 


5532 


Skelton, G. (1958) 


5530 


Surtees, G. (1958) 


5519 


Skerman, T.M. (l959) 


4943 


Suyama, M. (1958) 


4878 


Sleptsov, M.M. (1957) 


4505 


Suyama, M, , M, Kaneko 




Slijper, E.J, (195S) 


5300 


A E. Omata (1958) 


4879 


Smidt, E. (1957) 


4812 


Suzuki, T. (1959) 


5351 


Smith, J.L.B. (1957) 


5050 


Swamy, H.N. (1957) 


5665 


Smith, R.J. (1958) 


5284 


Swarup, H. (1957) 


5650 


Smith, S.A. (1958) 


5460 


Sv/arup, H.S. (1957) 


5356 


Soemarto, (l958) 


5425 


Swift, D.R. (1959) 


4988 


Soerjodinoto, R. (1958) 


5426 


Switzerland. National PAG 




Sogandare s-Bernal , F, -" 




Committee (l958) 


5614 


H.P. Hutton (1959) 


5360 


Syrett, P.J. (1959) 


5182 


Sollero, L. (1959) 


5001 


Sysoev, N.N. (1959) 


4854 


Soloveichik, R.S. (1959) 


5317 


Szahc, T. (1957) 


4587 


Somerville, 'g.M, >'-. 


- 






L.M. Dickie (1957) 


481 4 


• 





FAO/59/8/6049 



g с 



2(6)sA11 



Takada ^ К. <?:, 




i 


Ulanovskii, I. В., IT. I. Tarasov 




J. llishimotö (195Ö) 


4872 


4873 i 


г- lu. IT. Korovin (1959) 


4855 


Takahashi, T. (1959) 




4958 


и. К» Central Advisory 




Takashima, Y. (195Ö) 




■5396 


V/ater Committee (1959) 


5187 


Takenouti, Y. (195G) 




4599 ' 


U.K. Department of Scientific <':: 




Tanaka, J. (195Ö) 




4864 


Industrial Research (1958) 


5528 


Tanaka, K. (1959) 




4885 




5536 


Tanaka^, И» (1959) 


5349 


5351 


UNESCO (1958) 


5539 


Tanaka, T» (1958) 




5137 


U.S. Department of Agriculture, 




Tarasov, H.I. (1959) 




4855 


A(-;ri cultural Research 




Tartar, V. (1958) 




4798 


Service (1959) 


.4555 


Taylor ^ C.C. (1957) 




4846 


U. S. Department of the 




Taylor, CO. (1958) 




5394 


Interior (1959") 


5540 


Taylor, E/.. (1958) 


5163 


5440 


Ushakov, S.A. (1959) 


5325 


Taylor, F.::. (1959) 




4941 


Uzmann, J.R. (1959) 


4797 


Taylor, EcJ.F. (1957) 




53Ü5 






ТеЪЪ1е IT. (1959) 




4960 


Vaissibrc R. (1959) 


4616 


Tesoh, F/Í. (195З) 




5578 


Vajcl, J. (1958) 


5020 


Tesic, M. (1958) 




5029 


Vallance, K.B. (1958) 


5447 


Thenius, E. (1957) 




5051 


Valentine, J.R. (1957) 


5103 


Thoraasson, 1С, (l959) 




4969 


Vallentyne, J.R. (l957) 


5101 


Thurow, F. (1958) 




5344 


Van Alten, P. J. " 




Т1ЪЪз, J. (1959) 




4642 


R.A. Pennell (1957) 


4513 


Timm/R/;. (1958) 




5651 


Vandel, A. (l957) 


.4590 


Tirmizi, IT. IL (1958) 




5357 


vanïïaagen, R.H. (1959) 


5162 


Tiv/arij I.P. (1953) 




5383 


van Heel, ^P.il.D. (l959) 


5174 


Tomiyama, I. (1958) 




5052 


van Klaveren, F."./, -•?. 




Tomiyasu^ ^^ (1959) 




4894 


R. Legendre (1958) 


4697 


Torres, В. A. (1958) 


5012 


5014 


Vantroys^ L. (1957) 


4571 


Tortonese, С. (l957) 




5C54 


Van \;eel, P.P. (1958) 


5004 


Tortonese, E. (l957) 




50S2 


Vein et, A. -" 




Tortonese E. (1958) 




5053 


F. Graf (1959) 


5133 


Tower, E.Í). (1957) 




5055 


Venlcataram.an, G. S^ (1958) 


5130 


ToyomizU; M« , IT. Enomoto 






Vernhet, S. (l957) 


4563 


r. Y. Tomiyasu (1959) 




4894 


Vernon, Е.Ы. (1958) 


5537 


Trair-or, F.E,, (1959) 




4777 


Vernon E.H. (1959) 


4551 


Travassos, Ы. (l957) 




5056 


Vine, i.e. (1957) 


4535 


TravasGOs', H, (1959) 




5575 


Vives, P. r 




Тге^оиЪоГГ, G. (1958) 




5146 


M. Lopez-Benito (1958) 


5341 


Tripp, M.R. (1958) 




5287 


Vladimirskaia, M.I, (1957) 


5058 


Truelle, M. A. (1957) 




4982 


Volkov, I.I. (1959) 


5320 


Trueman^ E.R. (I958) 




5505 


Volpe, E.P. (1957) 


5005 


Tsukahara, H. & 






von Brandt, A. (1957) 


-4820 


T. ohiokawa (l957) 




5057 


von Brandt, A. (1958) 


4651 


ТиЪЪ, J.A. (1958) 




935^ 


Voss, IT. A. (1959) 


5363 


Tucker, Î'LJ» (1958) 




5309 






Tudhope, J.S. (1958) 




5439 


Paddell G. (l959) 


5184 


Tunevo.ll, G. (1959) 




4977 


■Paldmeyer, T. (1958) 


5441 


Turekian, K.K. (I958) 




5615 


'■"alker, J.R. ' 




ТигпЪи11-Кетр., P.St.J. (1958) 


4930 


P.J. Syrett (1959) 


5182 


Tuzet, 0, '" 






Uall, R.G.R. (1959) 


5123 


J. Paris (1957) 




4570 


\7alrecht, J. J.R. (195©) 


5059 


Tuzet, 0., S. Sanchez 






' 'asliington. University Fisheries 


f"- M. Pavans de Ce coat ty 


(1957) 


4569 


Research Institute (l959) 


4637 


Tyler, J.E. (1959) 




4546 


' athne^, P. (1959) 


5161 



./59/8/6049 



2',6)eA12 



5060 



3064 



Watson, J.A.L. (1958) 
":.'еЪЪ, Г.Е. (1959) 
^^eill--Raynal, A. (1957) 
Veisz, T. (195Q) 
Wells, A.L. (1959) 
»'/ennekens , M.P. (1959) 
ïïent, A.E.J. (195S) 
V^estern Australia. 

Fisheries Department (195C) 4G30 
Weet Indies. Ministry of Natural 

Resources r Agriculture (1959) 
^.Vestlake, D.F. (1959) 
ïïestley, R.E. (l958) 
Wliitehead, P.J. (l958) 
Whitley. G.P. (1958) 
■/ich, К. :" 

J. "Л Mullan (1958) 
Wickler^ ÏÏ. (1957) 
"^iehr, H. (1958) 
■"ilhelm, O.E. г-: 

A.L. Hulot (1957) 
V."ill¿^ohs, J.Po (1957) 
V-'illiams, F. (1^53) 
Williams, F. (1959) 
"illm, F. (1958) 
Willoughby, L.G. (1959) 
lYilson, A.J. , Jr. (1957) 
V:ilson, B.W. f" 

ÏÏ.P. Danfort h (1958) 
Wilson, 1С. (1958) 
V/ilsony R. C. ^ E.L. Nakamura 

Í: H.O. Yoshida (1958) 
Wimpenny, R. S. (I958) 
V.'inherg/G.G. (1958) 
Wishy, W.J. (1958) 
Wise, J.P. (1957) 
'.'ittfogel, H. , W. Schnelle 

Гг I. Adam (1953) 
Woelke, O.E. (1957 
Wood, E.J.P. (1959 
Wood, J.W. г. 

EoJ. Ordal (195S) 
Woods, L.P. (1958) 
^"ooster, W. S. r.~ 

B.H. Ketchum (1957) 
'.Vort hingt on, L.V. (1959) 
Worthington, M.E. (1959) 
^"right, H.G.S. (1958) 
^Vülker, W. (1958) 
Wülker, W. (1959) 
V/ylie, J.C. (1959) 



IC. 



(1959) 



Yamada, 

Yamada, 1С. ^ T. Suzuki 
г: И. 'Tanaka (l959) 



5492 i 


Yamada,, IC. " 


4549 ! 


M. Tanaka (1959) 


4564 


Yamamoto, 1С, (1957) 


5036 


Yasuda, II. (1958) 


51G6 


Yentsch, S, G. Г^ 


5359 


J.F. НеЪагй (l957) 


562G 


Yokoseki, M. (l959) 




Yoshida H.O. (1958) 


5378 


Yuen., П. S.H. (1958) 



5121 
4987 
5273 

5524 
5061 

4993 
5083 

4655 

5062 
5063 
5410 

5409 
5142 
•4973 
5267 

5457 
5448 

5347 
4680 
4678 
4518 

4315 

5346 
5264 
5294 

4928 
5065 

4523 
5117 
4552 

5515 
5580 

5367 
5106 

5352 

5351 



;^ama, IC. (1959) 
.'■^ama, 1С. , LI. ICatada 

-■" Ы. Igarashi (1959) 
.liukov, E.B. (1959) 
Zohel. H. (1958) 
Zole^'^zi, G. (1959) 
Sore, И. (1958) 
Supan^ А. (1953) 
rWipa no vi с ^ . ( 1 9 5 3 ) 
Zusser^ O.G. (195З) 



Anonymour. 



Anonymoui 



(1957) 
(195З) 



Anonymous (l959) 



4847 
to 

4772 

4932 
5172 
5400 



4S17 4818 

4821 

4520 4522 



4849 
5025 
4661 

4775 
4934 
5194 
5401 
to 



5015 
5112 
4701 
4919 
4936 

to 
5403 
5551 



5349 
4521 

4367 

5102 
4898 
5347 
5411 

4892 

4893 
4357 
5589 
5553 
5019 
5028 
5018 
5418 

4819 
5670 
4607 
5022 
5414 
to 

4920 

5169 
5255 

5544 
5596 



WAO/59/ G/6049 



ge 



2(6)sA13 



FOOD MW AGRICULTURE ORGAHIZATIOll OF THE UNITED HATIONS 
Viale delle Terme cli Oaracalla, Rome^ Italy 



Marine Biological Laboratory 

ГИ;'^ ^0 1959 
WOODS HOLE, MASS. 



CURRENT BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR AQUATIC SCIENCES AND FISHERIES 



prepared by 
Biology Branch Ficliories Division 



Clirr.Bibliogr.aquat. Sei. Fish . ^ 2(7) 



Rome, July 1959 



Containings taxonoraic index 2(6)^ geographic index 2(6)^ references and 
author index to, 59-5677 ~ 59"6612 



FAO 39/9/6434 



/:2.1(2J7 



Errata 



Please delete numbers» 

59-3379, 59-3658 and 59-4186 

5GOOI6 houie should read houle 

59-2213-14 Muromcev " " Muromtsev 

59-2257 sdeiments " " sédiments 
Please correct L'rrata 

59-2471 Latin eria qhalumnae should read Latimeria chalumnae 

59-4961 Add in titles "rare" ( Vanhone^.e nia krjg^yeri Malm^ IG6O; a rare 

parasitic oopepod) 



Forv;ar d_ Ivef er enees 

Check list^ 59-5677 to 59-6612 



5:-588l 


to 


59-5878 


59- 


-5778 


59-5879 


It 


59-5878 


59- 


-5858 


59-6262 


и 


59-2477 


59- 


-5713 


59-5893 


u 


59-2307 


59' 


■5883 


59-6489 


II 


59-6483 






59-5880 


II 


59-5878 






59-5882 


I? 


59-5878 






59-6486 


П 


59-6485 






59-61 32 


tl 


59-2632 






59-6484 


11 


59-6483 






59-5847 


II 


59-2477 






59-6225 


П 


59-6224 






59-6133 


и 


59-5479 






59-6139 


II 


581530 






59-6286 


tl 


59-6285 






59-5823 


II 


59-5822 






59-6515 


II 


583430 






59-6141 


и 


583211 






59-6498 


II 


59-6497 






59-6500 


II 


59-6499 






59-6243 


M 


581478 






59-5821 


II 


59-3025 






59-5820 


и 


59-5795 






59-6516 


II 


570207 






59-6263 


II 


59-6262 






59-6140 


II 


585666 






59-5819 


II 


582527 






59-6223 


M 


583713 







to 59-3229 

" 59-5856 

" 584261 

" 59-5878 



PAG 59/9/6434 



_ 1 _ 

Explanatory IJotes 

Accuracy and completeness of entries 

Our attention has Ъееп drawn to errors of various kinds in the entries of 
this bibliography,, v/ith particular reference to issue 2(4)5 i^ which it will 
Ъе seen a rather high proportion of rectangles have no initials in their bottom 
left-hand corners. As we explained early in the Ilotes to the first volume, 
this means that we have not seen i.he original paper, and the reference is taken 
from the accession list of another library 5 a booklist ¡, or some other source. 

Some such references are incomplete, inaccurate or bibliographically 
incorrect. Our policy is however to include whatever information is available 
to us (remember that this bibliography, like most library accession lists j 
is produced in the first place for our own use) v/hile at the same time take 
v/hat steps v/e can to increase the amount of literature we see at first hand, 
to verify - within the limits of time available for this purpose - secondhand 
information, and to encourage bibliographic improvements in other sources. 

A particular problemi arises in the case of collected reprints. Their 
general treatment is outlined in a following note. \fh.en however these are 
issued as a loose collection, the Gets we receive may lack one or more reprints. 
In such cases it has happened that we pick up missing references (perhaps 
incomplete) some m.onthü later from the accession list of another library 5 we 
then make an entry even if it is only to the secondary reference. If, later, 
we find the primary reference v/e put in an addendum. Translations of which the 
original reference is not, or incompletely, known are treated in the same way« 

Librarians V;ho issue accession lists víhich we search, can help us make 
this bibliography comprehensive and accurate by including in those lists the 
original references to collected reprints and indexes they receive. Publishers 
and editors of periodicals can help by sending us copies of page proofs (as do 
Botánica Marina , announced in this issue) or reprint s j by giving, when they 
publish English summaries of papers in other languages, the title of the paper 
also in English." by follov/ing ISO bibliographic recommendation for format, and 
in many other vrays. 

Treatment of publications not seen by FAO 

1. References will be given to all relevant papers coming to our notice, 
whatever the source of information. They v/ill be indexed as completely 
as the available information permits. 

2. Some references are taken from periodicals which publish informative 
abstracts. In these cases our annotation vn.ll, where necessary, be drafted 
from the published abstract; the citation of the abstract will precede 
our annotation. Por these citations code letters are given for the title 
of the publication, as follows, and the abstract number within its 



FAO 59/9/6434 



Bibliography of South. \!es± Africa БША 

Biological Abstracts БА 

Chemical Abstracts CA 

Commercial Fisheries Abstracts CFA 

GeoScience Abstracts GA 

Ilelmintholotical Abstracts HA 

Journal of Animal Ecology JAE 
(Abstracts) 

Psychological Abstracts PA 

Sport Fisheries Abstracts SFA 
(all references arc entered) 

Tropical Abstracts TA 
(by special arrangement we 
receive proof copy of relevant 
abstracts) 

'Vater Pollution Abstracts ^iFFA 

Y-rildlife Peviev/ \TR 

World Fisheries Abstracts V/PA 

Zoological Record ZE 
(not abstracts;, but 
analytical index) 



3» Some references are taken from other bibliographies^ library accessions^ 

publishers'^ and booksellers' lists etc. In these cases the reference is given 
where possible in our standard form. If this is not possible - because for 
example a jperiodical title is given in an incomplete form v/hi ch we cannot 
identify -- the citation is follov/ed by a question mark given in inverted commas. 
Such references can be identified by the absence of initials in the bottom 
left-hand corner of the rectangle ^he printed version v^àll have the words 
"Orig.not seen" as annotation7. 

Treatment of coll ected re pr i r^t;_s_^ double citati ons^ and book s 
containing ch ap ters by different author _ s 

1, Publications contained in volumes of collected reprints are^ if they have not 
previously been indexed^ normally cited accordingly to the original reference. 
V'hen this is not possible^ because the original reference is not given fully 
on the reprinted papers^ the citation is made according to the forms Coll. Repr . 
/'^ame of organization/ .^ volume ^ number or year (no, of Repr.). 



FAG 59/9/6434 



- 3 - 

Vlfhen both citations are printed on a document,, 
reference to which has not previously Ъееп entered> the secondary 
citation is quoted in parentheses у at the end of the annotation. 
References are made to whole volumes of collected reprints ¡, the "author" 
heing the name of the distributing organization^ the annotation is in 
the form "Comprises reprints of" (ahbreviated as "Comp.rp.") or 'Includes 
reprintes of" ('Incl.rp.") followed Ъу our serial numher of the individual 
papers, including hoth those previously entered and those to he entered. 
The forward reference numhcrs to Ъе written on the original entry should 
he preceded by the letters "rp". These cross-reference numbers will he 
followed by a question mark when it is for some reason not certain that 
the texts of the two papers having different citations hut the same 
authors and titles are in fact identical, '(¡hen, because we do not have 
the original paper, and another accession list cites only a secondary 
reference, v;e have to enter the latter, we shall include in Addenda any 
primary citations found subsequently (An example is given in this issue, 
addendum for 59-2629). 

2. Books with chapters by various authors are annotated as a whole and 
indexed under the name of the editor. A particular chapter may be 
annotated separately^ it is then indexed under the name of its author 
and the year of publication of the book. The rest of the citation of the 
chapter consists of the vrord "In", followed by the serial number of the 
reference to the whole book, followed in turn by a colon and the first and 
last page numbers of the chapter. If, for some reason, the whole book 
has not been seen and cannot be properly indexed, a complete reference to 
the book is given instead of the serial number. 

Thus sometimes such chapters are reprinted and distributed separately or 
whitin volumes of collected reprints, and in such cases often do not bear 
the complete reference to the book from which they are extracted. 
In certain cases chapters within such books arc themselves reprints 
of previously published documents;; this is indicated vàthin the annotation 
to the chapter by the phrase? 

"Repr. of (serial no. or original citation if published in 1956 
of earlier and not included in Bibliographia Oceanographica for 
the year in question). 

Treatment of translations 
1 . Ad hoc translations of individual articles 

(a) The original is indexed and annotated in the usual v/ay (even if the 
annotation has been made from a scrutiny of the translation). In 
the reference, the English translation of the title is, if possible, 
the same as the version given on the translation of the whole where 
the latter is also in English. 

(b) The translation is indexed separately^ the "author" being the 
original author, followed by "(Transi. (name of translator) )"г 
the reference^ is the original one; the annotation is: (language 
syiTibol) transi, (or '.'зигпгл. transi. " ^ or "part, transi, "} of (serial 
пглпЬег of original > or reference if published before 1957)- available 
from V „ . " » 



mo 59/9/6434 



- 4 - 



2. Refçular translations of wholG periodicals (e.g. Doklady Akademi Nauk - 

^ C.n.Acad.Soi.U.R. S. S. ) 
Usually publisher is different from the original publisher. 

(a) Original treated as under l(a) 

(b) Translation is indfGxed separately , but the "author" is the 
original author of the paper. The short form of title for the 
translated periodical is the same as that for the original ^ 
followed by s 

((language symbol) transi.). 
This rule applies also to 3 below. 

3. Documents issued by a single publisher - usually an international 
organization or the government of a multilingual state - in two or 
more langTaagc versions 

Such documents may be issued within one cover ¡, or as separate fascicules. 
In the former case the paper is indexed once only^ the title being given 
in all the languages in the order in v/hich they appear on the 
publication, followed by the English translation of the title when English 
is not one of the languages of the text. In the latter case the 
fascicules may have different years of publication and even different 
citations. Therefore all versions are indexed separately. Wien all 
versions arc issued simultanoouslyj the version annotated is the original 
versionp if that is known^ or the version in the language highest in the 
order of priority, given in earlier Explanatory Notes (l(2)). When 
different versions are issued at different times, the first one received 
is annotated, if this is convenient. The annotation for other versions iss 

(language symbol) version of (serial number, or citation if 

first version was published earlier than 1957)» 

Treatment of v:holc issues of serial publications 

Name of publisher (instead of "author") Date 

Reference in normal form (short titlCr, volume, number, pages where 

appropriate) 

No title is given 

Annotation. 

Example in this issue is 59~3б79' 

Entry of theses 

1. References arc given to theses and dissertations accepted by Universities 
for higher degrees T/hich deal with subjects within the general scope of 
the Current Bibliography. 

2. The date of publication is the calendar year of ending of the academic 
year during which the thesis was accepted. 



FAO 59/9/6434 



- 5 - 

3« Theses arc indexed as far as possible according to information conveyed 
bj their titles. If summaries (ahstracts or annotations) are availahle 
they are used to make annotations. ".'.Ticn informative abstracts are 
publishedj the reference to their location is given in the annotation. 

Inclusion and treatment of rofcronces to film.S; filmstrips, patents 
and meeting docujnents 

As from this issue j, references to material in the ahove categories v/ill 
he covered Ъу this Current Bihliograpliy« YIq cannot attempt a comprehensive 
search for them hut as we find relevant information it y/ill he made availahle. 

Mimeographed documents considered at meetings will he treated generally 
as publications. Those bearing notes to the effect that their contents are 
not to be cited without prior permission fron* the author or organisation 
concerned will be indicated as such. 

I>ocuments drafted by the secretariat of an organization are indexed under 
the name of the organization^ using the accepted initials of the organisation 
when this is appropriate (see Explanatory Notes in 2(з))» 

Films will be indexed under the nam.e of the author, where that is known^ 
preceded by the word " Film ". 'Г.Ъеп available j the following information will 
be given, in this orders 

date of issue.; M, F or G5 address (tov/n) and name of distributor; title; 
translation of title (where necessary); length and/or duration» width; 
colour or black and white; silent or sound; annotation. 

References to films of general fisheries interest are brought together 
in the list revised and distributed each year by FAO Fisheries Division 
Technology Branch, which should also be consulted. 

Filmstrips will be treated as films, except that author's name will be 
preceded by the word " Filmstrip " and the n^omber of frames will be cited 
instead of the length or duration. 

Patents will be indexed under the name of the owner, preceded by the 
word " Patent ". The citation \7ill consist of the date of issue, the name of 
country and the patent number; this is followed by the title of the patent 
and a short description of it. 

Films, filmstrips and patents v/ill be listed at the end of the monthly 
author indexes. Examples of references to them arc given in this issue as 
59-5859. 



FAO 59/9/6434 



) er i о cl i c¿ 1 - - ^ ' Бо t a n i ca Marina " 

diort title- Bot.marV) 

" ■ " ( 

Me are informed Ъу TStud i enge g el Is cha ft zur Erforschung- von ííeeresalgen e.V. 
that they vd.ll shortly Ъе issuing this ne?/ international journal^ v/hich will 
publish original papers on ecology^ botany, chemistry;, physiology,,, planlctonic 
algae J sea,weeds and seaweed products technology. 'Jontributions ;/ill appear in 
German., English or French;, with suiiimaries in the other two languages. There 
will be editorial comment and revie\/3 of technical books and other significant 
works dealing with the subjects mentioned. 

Publication of this journal follov/s a recommendation of the Third 
International Seaweed Symposium. JJighteen scientists from 11 countries form 
the Editorial Committee;, the Chairman of \7hich is Professor Dr. Tore Levring. 
The Editorial Office is at Studiengesellschaft zur Erforschung von Meeresalgen 
e.V. ^ Hamburg^ and the subscriptioii is DM28 per annum, excluding postage. A 
volume will consist of four issues^ each of 32 pages ;, 17 x 24.5 ci^ single 
copies will cost DM7 each. It is intended to devote a special issue once each 
year to technological and industrial problems. 

"Botánica Marina" will be indexed completely in the "Current Bibliography 
for Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries". The first issue has now been published 
and is annotated here in 59"6ö01 to 59~6605» 



Addenda 



Original citations of the follovying nujnbers could be added; 

59-2629 Pr^c. Linn, So c. bond. , 1б7г1б5-71 

59-2630 Proc.Lin n. Soc'Lond. . 167:172-5 

59-2631 Il£2jL.2ooj^.^^o£.lí[ond.'¡ 129s1'-25 

59-2632 3ci . Publ , Fr e shw. b i oí . As s . (5) 355 p. 

59-2672 Pro C.R.Irish Aca_d Г 59В(б)г 71-91 



РАО 59/9/6434 



Robins, CR. (1959) 59-5677 

Breviora , (l04)r.7 p. 
Studies on fishes of the family 
Ophidiidae - III. A new species of 
Lepophidium from Barbados 

Diagnosis & description of L^^^C'jjiidiurn 
kail ion sp, ncv. (issued ass Contr.M v.r. 
Lab. Un i V.Miami, (221) ). 



FAOîhr 



M 



Cumberbatchy E. (1958) 



59-567« 



J.Fluid Kech. , 4(5) -.466-78 
^J?wo-dimensional planing at high Froude 
nuTiiber 



U.S. Department of Commerce, 59-5679 

Coast ■" Geodetic Survey (l958) 
Seism. Bull. , U.S. , HSI-215, îïov. 1958 



Harrison, ii. (1958) 59-568C 
R e G . R e p . Ba vi d ?a,y 1 r Ho d . Ea s in y 

Hydr orne ch . Lab . ; ' (1260) 
Pressure fluctuation on the wall 
adjacent to a turbulent bound.ary 
layer 



Raquette, R.G. (l959) 59-56o1 
Tech. Rep. Вер. Qceanogr. Univ. '"."ash. , (6I, 

Suppl . ( 1 ) 
A modification of the '.Tonner-Smith- 
Soule salinity bridge for the 
determination of salinity in sea 
water 



M 



U.S. Department of the 



59-5682 



M 



Interior, Fish 
Service (l959) 
'7a s hingt on 



T/ildlife 



Ilonthly charts of sea surface 
tem.perature in the lï.B. Pacific for 
the period January ^ 1957--^arch, 1959 



M 



FAG 59/9/6434 



2(7)c1 



Flenins^ H.H. Л, al. (1959) 59-5^03 

Spec. Rep. Дер. Oceanogr.Univ.'.VaGh. ^ (ЗО) 
Physical and cliemical dataj, Forth. 
Pacific ocean BRO'TÎI LEAR cruise 199 
July-August^ 1953 for the I.G.I, of 
1957-56 



Patterson^ A.M. (1957) 59-56o4 
Toch.Mem.Pacif . nav.Lao. ^ (57-^) 
Development of hot wire instrument for 
ocean turbulence measurements 



M 



Hourisson^ M. (1959) 
G.R.Acad. Sei. 



J-ivolution d-'une mare 



5 9-5 6 05 
Paris , 246:3052-4 

temporaire de 



haute altitude à Chirocephalus stadial i £ 
Shaw (Crustacé phyllopode 
(Evolution of a temporary 5 high-altitude 
pond ViTith Chirocephalus stagnai is Shav/^ 
phyllopod crustacean) 

Account of the changes in physical <■„ 

chemical features of a pond fed from 

snow t'c which dries completely in summer;; 

& of the development of c". changes in the 

population during the short life of the 

pond. 

FAO :. glk F 



ï-uffrau, 11. (1959) 59-5686 

С. R.Acad. Sei. , Paris, 24ß° 3055-7 
Polym.orphisme par anisotomie ches le 
cilié Buplotes halt ea tus (Du jardin) 
(Polymorphism Ъу anisotomy in the 
ciliate Eupl otes h alt ea tus Dujardin) 

Account of the appearance of giant 
individuals in the presence of the 
ciliate Phi laster digitiformis Fahre- 
Domergue on vililch they feed.^ S: of the 
moriDhological changes in the huccal 
apparatus to permit ingestion of this 
prey. 



FAO : rJ± 



'.IF 



Cresp, J. (1959) ^ 59-56Ö7 

CR. A cad. Sei. 9 PariS g 246:3356-60 

L 'hêtéromorphose polaire chez 

1 'annelid e Salmacin a incrustans (Clap., 

(Polar heteromorphosis in the annelid 

Salmacin_a incrustans Clap. ) 

Regeneration '" experiments with this 
serpulid worm;; comparison of results 
with those for Myxicola . 



FACcsJh 



M 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5608 

Time , 74(l)04-45' 

Science - Ocean frontier . • 

A popular article c, profusely ill. - 
colour Л hlack " white - describing 
research projects,, results r: 
problems in fields f; physical 
oceanography С marine biology j with 
particular reference to activities 
of océanographie institutions of 



Scripps 



SJHcsjh 



oods Hole. 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)^2 



Pukuda^ H. (195C) 59-5 '^¿^ . 

Bull, Jap. .-ОС. s ci«Fish.. g 2 3 'Л 32 -4 ! 

(On the Ъ1оо6. su¿er of fresh v/ater fish)!, 

i[i En ! 

Differences in hlood sugar of spj). of 
Qncorhynchus .J _oalmOj Lloro со ., Leuciscus .^ 



CyprinuS;;, Cara s EJUS ; Án{;cuilla ,, 

Pa,rasilurus ^ rela,tecL to 

environment. 



Mis^^urnus 



differences in activity 



SJH^ s jh 



1ÎF 



Suyama, Ы. <?: 59-56 9C 

С oeino- (1950) 

Bull . Jap. Soc. sei . F ish. ^ 23-7^-5-3 
(Changes in chemical compositions . 
during development of rainhov/ trout 
eggs). ÎTi En 

Trends ;, in Salmo irideus of pE^ vrater^, 
nitrogen;, ether extractives ^ ash^^ 
lipids J phosphorus. 



SJI-Lsjh 



F 



Suyamaj M. (195S) 59-5691 

Eull.Jap. Soc. sei. Fish. , 23'7ß9-92 
(Changes in the amino acid composition 
of protein during the development of 
rainhov/ trout eggs), Hi En 

Chromatographic analysis of Salmo 
irideus eAr:s, 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5692 j 

Discovery , 20:. 183-97 I 

The progress of science in Israel ! 

General account of university f^ | 
other research institutions in Israeli 
Pz of the place of research in the 
development of that country's 
economy 5, incl. the management of 
s\7amps P. research on fresmvater fish¡, 
of L. Hula. 



FAO : fdk 



MF 



Anonyiiious (1959) 59-5693 

Discovery , 20' 234 

Alexander von Humboldt (I 769-1 859) 

Brief biographical note on the 
anniversary of the death of this 
geogT?apher ' oceanographer. 



FAO-j-lk 



II 



SJHcsjh 



F 



Sanfords I^«E. (1950) 59-5694 
Fish. Leaf!. , U.S. , (447)^33 p. 
Planning your research paper 



The 1st section deals vrith preliminaiy" 
steps in planning - such as out- 
lining;, choosing headings 5 &•. making 
tables. The 2nd section deals with 
the various parts of the research 
paper: title^ abstract ^ table of 
contents 5, introduction^, 
acknowledgment 5 procedure j results 
c: discussion, conclusions ^ Summary 
'л. literature cited. 

FAO : cf a G 



lAü 59/9A434 



2(7). 



Rajacopaly M.V. ^: 

K. Sohonie (1957) 
Biochem. J. ^ 65 с 34-6 

Studies on the sea anemone Gyro stoma 
sp. lipids of Gyrostom¿^. sp. 



59-5695 I Gordon, B.L, (1958} 



The concentra-|;ions of cerebrosidesj free 
¿■■. total cholesterol p total phospholipid;, 
lecithin с sphingomyelin have heen 
determined in the \7hcle anemone ^ 
Gyros tom.a sp. у as v/ell as in its 
mesenteries, ¡gonads ■■ tentacles. 



'; cf a 



i\/r 



Anonymous (1958) 59-5696 

17est«Fish. ; 55^11, 40 

Synthetic fihers make knotless nets 

possible 

Description of the special features of 
knotless nets & the method of 
manufacturing knotless nets. 



tl 



MF 



Anonymous (195O) 59-5697 

FAQ ITev/ Release; Fish.Biv.^ Rome 
Tunisian government plan to increase 
fish catch and save ¿t 1000 a night 

Short description of present fishery 
practices in Tunisia l. suggestions for 
future improvements. 



Dtl 



59-5698 



îïaine Cst Fisherm. , 12:10 



The 



■goon 



Short revie:? of the life histories of 
Acipenser sturi o t. A^ hrevirostris ^ -^•. 
description of caviar ^ isinglass ^' 
their processing. 



ctl 



MF 



Schants, E.J. & al. (1958) 59-5699 
J. Ass, off .agrie» Chem.Víash. ^ 4I ^ 1 6O-8 
Purified shellfish poison for bioassay 
standardization 

Description of a procedure for the 
hioassay of paralytic shellfish 
poison ". comparison of m.ethods for 
shellfish poison determination. 



tl 



M 



hardy, A. G\ (1958) 59-5700 

Fish. Gaz. , 75=58 
Controllahle-pitch propellers - and their 
many advantages 

Description of the propellers ^ their 
functioning (I- advantages. 



tl 



M 



FAQ 59/9/6434 



(7)c4 



Phillips, J. (195Ö) 

17o rid Fish, , 7 с 60 y 63 ^ 64 p 67 



The mouth of the trawl 



59-5701 



Description of the factors influencing" 
the shape of the mouth of the trawl 
& suggestions for handling of the trawl 
to achieve optimum performance. 



Amhe, K.S. 



59-5704 
K. Sohonie (1957) 
Indian J. Fish. , 4(l)'^113 
Fish proteins - nutritive value 

The isolation of proteins from shark 
('■. skate muscle has Ъееп effected à 
the proteins compared with a standard 
protein-like casein. 



FACtl 



M 



FAO • cf a 



M 



Anonymous (1953) 59-5702 

:.orld Fish. , 7:36-7' 

"fill it Ъе worthwhile to huild future 
fishing craft in plastic? 

Review of the present practices t: 
future possihilities to use plastic for 
construction of fishing crafts. 



Mu5ini6, R. (1958) 59-5705 

Acta adriat. , C(lO)c1-19 
Prilog izucavanju odnosa srclele - 
( Sardina pilchardus IValh. ) i njezine 
ijredine (A contribution to the 
investigation of the relation of 
sardine. Sardina pilchardus ¥а1Ъ. ^ to 
the environment) 

Eiometrical ^ ecological observations 
on sardines in the Mid-Í)almatian area 
were made to explain the size 
distribution of the fish ¿; its changes. 



FA0:,tl 



MF 



FAO'.mz 



M 



Anon;>Tnous (1958) 59-5703 

IJat.Fisherm. , 39^9-10, 31 
Electrical fishing gear has good 
potential 

Description of the effects of electric 
current on fish. 



Muzinié, R. (1958) 59-5706 

Acta adriat. ^ 0(11 ); 1-7 
Preliminarna opa^anja о srdeli 
( oar dina pilchardus IValb. ) sa 'zapadne 
obale Istri (preliminary 
observations on sardine ^ Sardina 
pilchardus Vfelb. , from the west coast 
of îstra 



Length J age 5 sexj & maturity stages 
distribution. Hypothesis concerning 
the existence of several stocks of 
sardine in the Eastern Adriatic is put 

forward. 



ctl 



MP 



FAOcmz 



M 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)c5 



Ahí Strom., ЕЛ -I. &. 59-5707 

R.C. Counts (195Ö) 
Fish. Bull. , и, S. , (139) ¿365-41 6 
Development and distribution of 
Vinciguerria lucetia and related 



sxDeciei 



in the Eastern Pacific 



Morphological development from етЪгуо i 
to adult of this g^undant pelagic fish ¡ 
in Eastern II. Pacific is ill. ¿:. \ 

described. Characters for distinguishing 
it from lj_ nimbarla ^ _Vjj_ poweriae . | 
Horphoraetric analysis. j 



Anonymous (l958) 59-57 1O i 

Prefer. Fish- Cul t. ,20:110 ¡ 

Vitality and survival of rainhov/ 1 

trout fed the standard and the \ 

pellet diet j 

Note on experim.ents - May 1957 -May ■; 
I95Ö - in stream J pond ^'^•- 
starvation conditions. 



FAOcsjh 



1.1 



Pillay, T.V.R. (1958) 



59-5708 



HP: Bjh 



P 



Progr. Fish-Cult. , 20:99-103 

Land reclamation and fish culture in 

the deltaic areas of "/est Bengal., India 

Describes the fisheries for Mu£;il ^ 
LateS; My s tus , Penaeus ^ Metapenaeus ^: 



Leander 



Pefers to fish culture 



in rice paddy. 



HPusjh 



MF 



LeLong, D. С > J.E. Halver 59-5711 

r :7.T. Yasutake (1958) 
Progr. Fish-Cult. , 20:111-3 
A possible cause of "sunburn" in 
fish 

Feeding experiments ivith Oncorhynchus 



tsb^Y¿v;tscha sho\7 niacin deficiency 



related to photosensitivity as 
indicated "by occurrence of sunlight 
induced dermatitis very similar to 
pellagra in man. 



HRcsjh 



MF 



Meister J A.L. ■'•. 59-5709 

C.F. Ritzi (1953) 
Progr. Fish- Cult. , 20:104-10 
Effects of chloretone and M.S. 222 
on eastern brook trout 

Laboratory comparisons j conducted in 

spring, 1957 у 

anesthetics on 

fontinalis: to determine practical 

concentrations for field use,, study 

effect of tem.perature c-, delayed 

mortality. 

Iffi:s3h F 



of effects of these 2 
"earling Salv'^inus 



Phillips^ A.M.^ Jr. (195S) 59-5712 
Progr. Fish-Cult. , 20:114-6 
The organic composition of brook 
and brown trout blood 

Contents as per title. Table gives 
nitrogen breakdovrnj proteins j acids 
P esters.;, study of v/hole blood <, 
serum, ^: plasma, using Luiîietron 
Photoelectric Colorimeter. 



HRcsjh 



F 



FAO 59ЛА-г34 



2(7)^6 



Anonymous (1958) 
Progr. Fish- Cult, 



20-116 



39-5713 



СотЪз J 

E.E. 



B.D. & 
Burrovi'-s 



xij.x;o e riment a 1 feeding of a pelleted 
trout food to large f ingerí ing and 
yearling Ъгоокс, Ъто-щ, and rainbov/ 
trout, 1955-1956 

Correction to 584261 . 



(1958) 



59- 



-5716 



Progr. Fish- Cult. , 20;; 124-8 
An evaluation of bound diets 



HR:sjh 



F 



Tompkins y ";.A. с 59-5714 

J. "i. Mullan (1958) 
Progr. Fish-Cult. .. 20-117-23 
Selective poisoning as a management 
tool in stratified trout ponds in 
Massachusetts 

Potenone experiments in Cliff Pond, 
Cape Cod^ with brovm <": та±пЪо\ч troutSj 
yellov; perchy hrovm bullheads .!■ other 
fishes. 



Feeding trials on utilization of diet 
Ъу Oncorhynchus tshav/:^/tscha ° a photo- 
colorimetric method of measuring the 
maximum binding ability of various 
binding agents has been developed & 
the method applied in the development 
of bound diets. 



PIRcsjh 



F 



Anonymous (l958) 
Progr.Fish-C-alt. , 20 
Urethane and cancer 



128 



59-5717 



HResjh p 



Chance, C.J, ¿^ 59-5715 

O.F. Haslbauer (1958) 

Progr. Fish-Cult. , 20:123 
Easy-to-operate gill nets 

.. special design of nylon net for 
experimental use from outboard motor- 
boats. 



Editorial note on use of carcinogens 
in fisheries research; their effect 
on the first r: the research workers. 
Refers to E.M. Food, 195^» Progr. Fish - 



Cult. , 18(3) 135-6. 



HRssjh 



Hublou, 17. F. (1958) 
Progr. Fish- Cult. , 20:129-32 
'The use of malachite green to 
control Trichodina 



59-5718 



Experiments on control of this 
peritrichous ciliate found to be 
infecting S almo £_^ gairdneri at 
Bonneville hatcheryp Oregon. 



HR;sjh 



F 



KR:sjh 



F 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)"7 



Anonymous (1958) 
Progr.Fish-C-ult . , 
¿к not¿7 



59-5719 ^ 



20 s 132' 



For usG in studies on the estuarine 
phase of the life cycles of Pena eu s 
setiferus ("с P^ aztecus., a pushnet has 
been designed to yield quantitative 
samples v^hile Ъе1п{^ operated Ъу one 
man in stiff J rooted ve{j;etation in 
depths of 3 to 1G inches. 



IIP . a 



MF 



onieszko, S.P. (1958) 59-5720 

Progr. Fish- Cult » , 20.133-6 
ITatural resistance and suscf^tihility 
to infections 

Outlines briefly the stages in the 
development of research on natural 
resistance to infectious diseases^ 
v/ith reference to their study in fresh- 
water fishes. Particular reference to 
susceptibility of Salvelinus font i nal i?: 
strains to furunculosis <?: ulcers; 
isolation of Aeromonas liquefaciens as 
causative agent of dropsy jn carp ^'- other 
fishes. Bibliography. 
HRssjh FG 



Fromm, P.O. 



(195Ö) 



59-5721 



Progr. Fish-Cult. , 20;: 137-9 



A method for measuring the oxygen 
consumption of fish 

111. description of apparatus c- its 
use. Tests with Micropterus salmoidos :, 
effect on oxygen consumption of this 
fish of potassium Chromate. 



HRssjh 



FG 



Pleenerj G.G. (1958) 

5 20:140-2 



59-57221 



Pro gr . Fi sh-r Cul t . 



A method for marking fish with an 
electrical burning device 



111. description of instrument & its ¡ 
use for removal of fins of small mouth 
bass. Fin regeneration is eliminated. 



HRcsjh 



FG 



Posgayj J. A. (1958) 
Progr. Fish-Cult. , 20 3 142 
A recording-measuring board 



59-5723 



111 о description of a board designed 
for measuring Pia cope ct en in which 
the number of shells in each size 
group are counted by manual operation 
of a bank of counters. 



I-IRssjh 



MG 



Burrov;Sy R.E. S-, "59-5724 

B.D. Combs (1958) 
Progr. Fish- Cult . , 20:143-4 
Lignasan as bactericide and algaecide 

Experiments with ethyl mercury 
phosphate to cure bacterial gill 
disease of Oncorhynchus tshawytscha. . 



HRc sjh 



MF 



lAG 59/9/6434 



2(7):-8 



PischSeck, К. (195S) 
Chiïïi.^- InduGtr. , 79^563-70 
Déminéralisation of sea water 



59-5725 ! 



Describes ir.ethoás for the 
demineralization of sea water 5 incl. 
evaporation., crystallization^ liquid- 
liquid extraction, ion excliange, 
electrodialysis, c- osmosis. Technical 
economic aspects of the various methods 
are considered^ Л. a bibliography of 39 
references is appended. 



iwpa 



MacLeod, R.A. j H.. liogenkamp 59-5726 

A E. Onofrey (1958) 
J.Bact. , 75 с 460-6 

Nutrition and metabolism of marine 
bacteria - VII. Gro\rth response of a 
marine Flavobacterium to surface- 
active agents and nucleotides 

Account of the development of a 
chemically-defined medium suitable 
for the grovrfch of a Flavobacterium ^ 
isolated from sea water. 



tl 



M 



Drobek. 



(1958) 



59-5727 



Städtehy^iene , 9^6-7 

îiecessary means for the protection of 

water supplies in the development of 

the atomic industry 

Quotation of the requirements for the 
safety limits for the content of 
radioactive isotopes in v.^ter, the 
choice of sites of atomic plants (", 
methods of disposal of radioactive 
v/astes. 



tl 



F 



Lister^ B.A.J. (1958) 59-572З 
Surveyor, bond. , 117^497-9 
Safe disposal of waste from atomic 
energy establishments 

The factors to be considered in 
assessing the amount of radioactivity 
which may be safely discharged to a 
river are discussed vàth particular 
reference to the use of the v;ater for 
drinking purposes;; the effect of 
biological concentration in aquatic 
vegetation^ in soilSp •" in fish,^ the 
removal of activity by biological 
organisms 5 с the use of the river for 



59-5728 
(Card 2) 



recreational J agricultural 
industrial purposes. 



swpa 



59-5730 



Dieterichç, E. (1958) 
Städtehygiene , 9 ''10-1 
Production, properties^ re-use and 
treatment of radioactive waste 

v/aters 

A brief summary of the sources, types 5 
c: properties of radioactive waste 
waters. Evaporation, storage, 
adsorption in clay, tc, if the 
exchange properties of the soil are 
suitable, underground seepage, are 
among methods which have been used. 



cwpa 



MF 



FAG 59/9/6434 



2(7)9 



Ophelj I.L. (1957) 59-5731 
Atom. Energy üanad.Ltd. ^ По. 45^9 4 P« 
The disposal of radioactive wastes 

The problem of the treatment '"::. disposa" 
of radioactive waste waters is 
discussed Ъrieflyз with reference to 
the methods used at the Chalk river., 
Ontario J plant of Atomic Energy of 
Canada J Ltd. 

: wpa F 


Kahn 5 Б. & 59-5734 

S.A. Reynolds (1958) 
J.Am3r.Uat.';.k3 Ass., 50 613-20 
Determination of radionuclides in low 
concentrations in wat er 

Methods are described for the 
concentration of water samples to 
determine low coxicentrations of 
radioactive zirconium^ niobium., 
strontiums ruthenium^ -■ iodine» &• a 
gamma spectrometric technique is alr^o 
described for determining radio- 
nuclides in v/ater. 

,. wpa F 


Setter^ L.R. г-. 59-5732 

H, H. Russell (1958) 
J..imer.T.at.V.lcs Ass., 5С~590-602 
Chemical coagulation studies on 
removal of radioactivity in waters 

Lahoratory jar tests were carriet out 
on the use of chemical coagailants 
to remove radioactive material from 
rain v/ater^ cistern water j surface 
waters J rain water which had leached 
through soils 5 & extracts of an 
alkaline soil contaminated váth 
nuclear ЪотЪ dehris. 

■: vrpa P 


Hagee, G.R. ^ A.S. Goldin ¿. 59-5735 

C.P. Straub (195Ö) 
J . Amer . Tat . 7aks As s . 5 50:621-7 
Use of the gamma spectrometer in the 
identification of radionuclides in 
water 

The principles of gami-ia scintillation 
spectrometry for the identification 
of radionuclides are explained & 
instruments are described for 
obtaining the full spectrum with 
peaks at the characteristic gamma 
energies of the radionuclides. 

.: wi^a F 


Lefevre, M. (1958) 59-5733 
Hydrohiologia, 12:55-72 
Contrihution to the knowledge of 
bacteria in stagnant v/ater and their 
role in hydrohiology 

Investigations on the numbers of 
bacteria occurring in different types 
of ponds at different seasons of the 
year. 

FAOnvpa F 


Chancellor ^, A.P. (1958) 59-5736 

London, H.LI.S.O. 3 20 p. 

The control of aquatic v/eeds and 

algae 

A general survey is given of methods 
of biological;, mechanical 5 -" chemical 
control in relation to the type of 
-weed. The use & toxicity to fish; 
livestockj à man^ of the chemicals 
are discussed. 

FA0:\;rpa F 

! 



« 



FAü 59/9/6434 



2(7)s10 



i 

Riddick, Т.Н. (1958) 59~5737 i 
ProG.-\rner.Soc. civ.Sngrs, o4(l703);21 p. 
Forced circulation of large Ъоа1еБ of 
v.^ter 

An ill. description is given of a 
floating" aerator which has been in 
operation in the impounding reservoir 
at Ossiningj H.Y.c, since June 195^» 

:; v.'pa F 


» 

Pelson. C.Ï. г, 59-574C' 

R.L.'ííoontz (1957) 
Proc.Elth phys.Soc. , 1957 159-^4 
Automatic water sampling device 

An automatic sampler for monitoring 
the radioactivity of water êz v^/aste 
waters^ is described. 

cv/pa P 


Pov/ell, S.T. (I95Ö) 59-5733 

Enft-ng N ev/s Re с . , 1 6 1 ( 5 ) ^ 44 

Low cost seen for desalting sea water 

Compares the costs of solar 
distillation^ electrodialysiSj freezing 
¿; distillation for demineralization 
of sea v/ater. 

s\7pa M 


Silkerj B.7. (1957) 59-574' 
'. ashington, 'D,C,,j 10 p. 
A continuous river sampling system 
and methods of radiochemical 
analyses for strontium-89s strontium- 
90, barium-140j and phospliorus-32 

Equipment for continuous sampling 
to determine the amount of radio- 
activity in the Columbia river, 'Tash. . 
has been described. 

Dwpa F 


Gaspers, :I. (1957) 59-5739 

Pischwirt, 7(11 ).2C 1-6 

Biological investigations in Hamhurg 

harhour 

The results of investigations into the 
biology of Hamburg ЬагЪоиг are 
described &■ compared with those of 
earlier investigations. 

:wpa MP 


Saddington, K. Л. 59-574Í 

■7.L. Tempi eton (l958) 
London, G.i'Tewnes Ltd., 112 p. 
Disposal of radioactive v;aste 

Attempts to indicate the overall 
problem of the disposal of rddio- 
active waste waters, - to provide 
basic data for establishing safe 
limits of discharge, "■. describes 
methods which have been used 
successfully to deal v;ith radioactive 
wastes. 

: vrpa MP 


РАО 59/9/6434 


2(7)..11 



Burns, R.E. (195Ô) 59-5743 ■ 

Paper presented at the Symp» on the ? 
Effects of Pollution on Living; I.Iateriall 
London, Sep. 195^ i 

Disposal of radioactive wastes i 



Reviev/s methods for the treatment o.; 
disposal of liquid c?; solid radioactive 
wastes p v/ith particular reference to 



the methods used at estahlishmenti 
the Atomic Energy Authority. 



of 



sv/pa 



MP 



Anon^.-mous (1957) 59-5744 

Tech.de l'eau , 11(130):29-31 
Disposal of radioactive wastes 

The different types of radioactive 
v/astesj incl. gaseous., liquid c; solid 
wastes^ are discussed '-'methods of 
disjj-osal are summarized. Future 
research in this field is outlined. 



cwpa 



Tar zwei 1, C.J 



(1958) 



59-5745 



Tech. Rep. Hoher t A. Taft sanit.Eng ng Gent 



(^■58-2) 

Oxygen relationships in streams - 2. 
Dissolved oxygen requirements for 
fishes 

Indicates the factors v;hich must be 
taken into account when establishing 
dissolved oxygen criteria for fish c: 
fish-food organisms J ("■ reviews the 
work of various investigators on the 
effect of some of these factors. The 
need for supplementing laboratory 
experiments with field studies is 
stressed. A bibliography of 27 
references is appended. 

z v/pa p 



liynes, Н.Б.1Т. (1958) 59-5746 

Paper presented at the Symp. on the 
Effects of Pollution on Living 



Ilaterialj) London» Sep. 



1218 



The biological effects of water 
pollution 

Reviews the biological effects of 
pollution of lakes & rivers by toxic 
substances^ inert suspended solids^ 
organic matt er J non-toxic salts 5, 
compounds which cause simple de- 
oxygenation of the water '^z heated 
discharges. 



;vroa 



P 



ITestlake, D.F. 
Paper presente( 



(1958) 
. at the 



59-5747 
S;^Tnp. on the 



Effects of Pollution on Livin g 

Material g London,, Sep. 1958 
The effects of biological 
communities on conditions in 
polluted streams 

Some effects of aquatic organisms on 
polluted streams are discussed briefly 
incl. the effect of large populations 
of bottom fauna ¿- of macrophytic 
vegetation on the oxygen balance _ the 
physical effects of plant grovrfch such 
as a reduction in rate of flov; c:. 



59-5747 
(Card 2) 

increase in depth;; êz the accumulation 
of radioactive isotopes by plants. 



;v;pa 









FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)^12 



Newell, O.E. (l95ö) 
Paper pr e sented at the 



Symp. 



59-5749 ; 

on the * 



Sf i e etc of Pollution on Livinj^ Ilaterial, 



London. 



bep. 



I95Q 



Pollution and the ahundanoe of 
animals in estuaries 

Comparison of the effects of 
pollution on fauna in estuarie; 
in rivers с analysis of the 
complezcity of the prohlems in 
estuary. 



:v/pa 



MP 



Viet-ÎTam. Département 59-5750 

de l'Education Nationale (1958) 
Saigon , 22 p. 

Institut Océanographique de Nha-Trang 
(Océanographie Institute of lThatran£^) 

Descrihes the site¡, installations;, 
organisation laboratory facilities¡> 
& activities 5 library ^ aquarium ;, 
bureau of fishery studies ¿- future 
activities of the institute. 



GLKchr 



M 



icsu (1950?) 

London , 72 p. 
The year book 



59-5751 



1957 



Gives names of members .^ officers of 
Council ■■ its constituent unions -" 
committees ■•'' comimissions - incl. IUGG/ 
lAPO - history of council^ its 
statutes '" rules representation at 
international meeting. Report of 
S~G ■■" of treasurer- calendar of 
activities ^ arranr-ements. 



FiB'jsjh 



MG 



PA') у^/эМи 



Anonymous (1958) 



Fi sh . News , Bangkok ; 11 (I): 1-4 
(Home aquaria). Thai 

An ill о note in Thai. 



59-5752 



SJHctjj 



F 



S. (1958) 59-5753 
, Bangkok , 11(1) '5-11 



Fish. News, 

(Hatching of the eggs of Giant 

Gourami). Thai En 



Describes a battery of circular 
tanlcs v.dth controlled v/ater system 
eliminating the accumulation of oily 
scum on water surface &. thereby 
raising survival rate from 5^1-60^^ 
to about 86.6/b of Osphronemus 
goramy . 



SJE tjj 



Ngaorangsri, V. (1958) 59-5754 

F ish.NevTS, Bangkok , 1 1 ( 1 ) : 1 3-6 
"pJhrim.p in Song-Khla). Thai 



SJII 



Î,TF 



2(7)^13 



Phasukavanich, G. , G. Sand 59-5755 
& P. TavaranuGorn (1958) 

FiEholîev/s, Bangkok 5 11 (1) г 17-31 
(Report on the survey of salted ?la-tu 
(Rastrelliger) marketing in Indonesia 
and Singapore). Thai 

oJH: M 


! 

Í 

1 

Chi ndapra sert, V. (195Ö) 5 9-575 
Pi sh » I'.'ews Ç, Bangkok , 1 1 ( 1 ) : 43-5 3 
(Fish sauce ~ ITampla). Thai 

SJK,: M 


Panomsarn (l958) 59-5756 
Pish. News , Bangkok , 1 1 ( 1 ) ' 33-8 
(Otterj. Thai 


Svetsirini, S. (1958) 59-5759 
Pi sh . PeY:s , Bangkok , 1 1 ( 1 ) ; 55-9 
(The meeting of the Fisheries 
Division of the ninth PSC). Thai 

3JHc MF 


Sripejr, S. (1958) 59-5757 
Pish, lîews , Bangkok , 1 1 ( 1 ) : 39-41 
(Purpose of fishing regulations). 
Thai ■ 

SJH: TIP 


Suwanrat, P. (1958) 59-5760 
Pi3h.Pev/s, Bangkok, 11 (1)^65-78 
(Fisheries conservation of U.G.A«)* 
Thai 

G J IP MP 






9/9А4З4 



2(7)14 



Elcuru^ ?. (195Ö) 

Fi sh . N ews ., Bangko] 

( Carp culture in paddy field). 



59-5761 
11(1):79-3G 



iiai 



SJH; 



Thiemmedh^ J. (l95o) 



F 



Fish.ïïewSo 



(Ichthyology). 



Ban gkok, 1l(l)jo9-1C2 



59-576 



,<9 



Thai 



S JE г 



ï,ri: 



Anonymous (l95ö) 59-5764 ! 

Fish.Nev/s , Ba ngkok , 11 ( 1 ) : 107-10 j 
(GlosL'.ary in .fisheries). Thai 

Thai, common English ^л scientific 
name's of 33 marine F: 26 freshv/ater 
fishes .-"; 21 aquatic animals of 
fishery value in Thailand. 



SJHctjj 



MF 



Yorsangrat, '..". (I958) 

Fish . bTews , Bangkok , 1l(l) 
(Bacteria in fish boxes) . 



59-5763 
1C3-6 

Thai 



SJH: 



с:&' 



Sripaihoon, 0. (195Ô) 59-5765 
Fish. IT ews, Bangkok , 1 1 ( 1 ) с 1 1 1-22 
(íohrimp farming cooperative in 
Chant-huri). Thai 




SJH- 



MP 



TongsangBj S. (195Ö) 



Fii 



Bangkok , 11(1):: 123-8 



59-5766 



(Common carps flew from Bangkok to 
spawn in Ceylon). Thai 



SJH с 



FAO 59/9/6434 



(7)15 



Thailand. Department of 59-576? ¡ 
Fisheries. Statistics Section (l95ö)i 
Fish.lTews , Bangkok, 1 1 ( 1 ):• 1 29-32 
(Fisheries statißtics). Tha i En 

For July-SeptemЪer 1957, the 
quantities of snake-heads^ catfish^ 
Ana Ъа в ^ Ilotoyterus^ eel^, carp '^ 
miscellaneous freshy/ater fish landed; 
fresh fish auctioned; v/hole salted 
fish products handled >" average 
auction prices of fresh sea fish at 
the Bangkok \;holesale market. 



SJH-tjj 



MF 



von Bertalanffy, L. <^: 59-5768 

A. Rapoport (Ed.) (1953) 
Ann АгЪог ,; Uni v. of Michigan , 259 P <- 
General systems - Yearhook of the 
Society for general systems research 
vol. Ill 

Annual report of the Secretary- 
Treasurer; list of members' names Ô. 
addresses incl. papers 59-5769 to 
59"5775. In this voli^ne^ to 
commemorate Darv/in Centennial Year^ 
special attention is given to hiology^ 
particularly population dynamics. 



GLÎC sjh 



G 



Margalef,, D.R. (l95o) 
Gen. Syst. , 3: 36-71 
Information theory in ecology 



59- 



■5769 



f.o 



Essay on use of mathematics in 
ecology^ specially information theory 
to describe mixed-heterogeneously 
distributed populations. Ax)plication 
to plankton distribution 
v/ith a new method of charting 
heterogeneity of geographic 
distribution. 



)ff Vigo 



GLK'SJh 



MG 



Slobodkin, L.B. (195З) 
Gen. Syst. ^ 3ï73-100- 
Formal properties of animal 
Gomiriunities 



59-5770 



An exploration of the procedure of 
evaluating order of magnitude of 
constants " analysis of loroperties of 
purely formal models over a wide range 
of possible constants^ as contrasted 
with the precise evaluation of 
constants for particular situations. 



GLK^sJh 



üatt, ICE. F. (195Ö) 59-5771 
Gen. Syst. , 3? 100-21 
The choice and solution of mathematica 
models for predicting and maximizing 
the yield of a fishery 

Reprinted from с J. Fish. Res. Bd Can. ^ 
13^613-45. 1956. The specific form of 
component terms •". values of X)arameters 
must be derived in each instance 
through a combination of deduction .■".• 
joint regression analysis. To solve 
models^ catch-effort data must be 
\7eighted to avoid gross errors^ all 
readable scales must be aged,_, " 
capture programs are necessary. 
GLK sjh MF 



(1958) 



59-5772 



122-47 



■..att^ K.:í:.F„ 

Gen. Sys t. . 3 

Studios on population productivity - 

Three approaches to the optim-um yield 

problem, in populations of Triboliumi 

GOilfuSUi::: 



Reprint ec; from: Ecol.MonogT . . 



25 



2б9-9С\ 1955. Incl. appraisal of 
thc-ory for assessing yields from 
exploited populations^ incl. fish 
stocks. 



GLK L sjh 



FAQ 59/9/6434 



2(7)^6 



КП I 



59- 



5773 



MaoArthur, R. (195Ö) 

Gen. Syst, , 3:148-51 

Fluctuations of animal populationG 

and a measure of community stability 

Reprinted from г Ecology , 36^ 1955" 



GLI 



Neyman, J, T. Park 59-5774 

&. E.L. Scott (195З) 
Gen, Syst. ■ 33I52-79 

Struggle for existence - The 'Tribolium 
models biological and statistical 
aspects 

Reprinted frome Proc. of the Зга 
Berkeley Symp. on m ath. Sta tist Л-'гоЪ аЪ. 
Univ. of California Press ^ 1955- 



GLKe 



59-5775 



Ыеутап_, J , .^ E.L. Scott 

r CD, Shane (l95ö) 
G en. Syst. . 3 193-219 

Statistics of images of Galaxies with 
particular reference to clustering 

Theory of aggregates of the kind 
encountered also in r-rtudy of 
biological populations« 



GLK^sjh 



РАО 59/9A434 



Ireland. La\is, 59-5776 

Statutes etc. (195Ö) 
Dublin, Cahill ^" Co. Ltd.. 19 P^ 
i'isheries '(amendment) Bill ^ 1957» 

En Ga 

An act to cimend " extend the 
fisheries acts, 1 842 to 195^, in 
respect of certain matters^ incl. 
the right to vote at elections of 
conservators for electoral divisions, 
fishing licences - incl. licences tc 
take oysters from oyster fisheries - 
■" the licence duties payable 
thereon^ to re-enact^ \-ith 
modifications, the salmon conservancy 



59-5776 
(Card 2) 



fund act^ 1954 '^'- "to provide for 
other related matters. 



FiB 



MP 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5778 

Indus tr.pesqu. , 33(762). 24-6 
les-iuerias у cooperación internacional 
(Fisheries and international 
co-opercition) 

Spanish translation of 59-3229« 



PAG e 



MP 



2(7)^17 



Seppovaara, 0. (1959) 59-5779 
MonJGtett. julk. ^ ( 6 ) : 7 P • 
ITber das Vorkorrimen der Reliktform des 
Seelachses ( Salmo salar L.m. relictus 
Malrngr, ) in einigen Binnengewässern 
Finnlands - Vorläufige Mitteilung 
(On the occurrence of relict form of 
salmon J oj_ salar L.m. relictus Llalmgr. 
in some inland \7aters of Finland -- 
Preliminary contriЪution) 

Notes on the occurrence of landlocked 
salmons in Finland &■ morphologica;j_ 
comparison of these with Salmo t rut ta "■ 
о . salar о 
GLK-:tl MP 



Апощппоив (1959) 

Mondo d . íTa tura ^ ( 1 ) : A--^ 

Acanturidi 



59-5782 



(Acanthurids) 



Article on Acanthuridae consisting of 
synopsis of Acanthurus linea tus ■' 
Naso breviroctris under headings с 
morphological 5. anatomical characters ^ 
life cycle J ecology f~ distrihution. 



HR;:hr 



Ssczepanik, E. (l95ö) 59-57oO 
Rep. FoA.O. Train. Cent. Fish. Co-op. , 2 : 

126 p. 
Fishermen's co-operatives in the Indo- 
Facific region 

bis eussions of the functions of 
middlemen c'-. of cooperative societies 
in fisheries J (^. detailed account of 
fishermen's cooperatives in the Indo- 
Pacific region^ as revealed Ъу a 
questionnaire sent to all countries of 
the region. 



Anonymous (1959) 
Mondo d. Na tur a s, (l),14 
Acipenseriformi (A 



59-5783 
cipenser if ormes) 



Article on -^-^cipenseridae Л Poliodontidaí! 
under headings с morphological u 
anatomical characters j life cycles 
ecology^ classification ¿'■. distrihution. 
¿- importance to men. 



FiB : glk 



MF 



liRjhr 



MP 



Motta, F. (Ed.) (1959) 59-57GI 

Milarij 

Nel mondo della natura (The v/orld 

of nature) 

A ten volume encyclopedia heing issued 
in 200 weekly fascicules u The early 
volumes will deal with the animal 
kingdom § later ones with plants ^ 
minerals f; geology. Alphabetic indexes 
of spp. will be issued. Unsigned 
articles; in alphabetic order ¡, will Ъ 
cited separately in this bibliography 
v/hen appropriate. Ill, in black &:■ 
white a: colour. 
HR-, sjh MP 



Anonymous (19 
Mon do d. Natur 
Airo ni 



59 



^) 

, (2)1-38-40 
Heron) 



59-5784 



Article on Ardeidae.; consisting of 
synojjsis of Ar dea ., CasmerodiuS ; 
Fyrrherodia ;, Dem i egret ta ^ Egret ta ;" 
Ar de ola under headings;: morphological 
-'• anatomical characteristics, life 
cycle, ecology, classification & 
distribution ¿'. value to men. 



bIR/hr 



P 



PAC 59/9/6434 



Ю«П:1»ЯЗЖ.Ц»«М».».:.-»^— »....^^ 



:(7)-l8 



Anonymous (i 959) 
Tiendo d. Natura , {2):4.t 
Álborella. It 



59-5733 



Article on Cyprinidae consisting of 
synopsis of А1Ъигпиз albidus '-"■, A._ 
albur nus under headings: ariatomical 
morphological characteristics 5 life 
cycle p ecology;, classification &■ 
distrihution A. value to man. 



НП'Лог 



F 



Anonymouß (1959) 

Mondo d. Natura , ( 2 ) : 4^-7 

Albulidi Caí bul ids ) 



59-5786 



Article on Albulidae consisting of 
synopsis of Alhula vulpes c' Ao 
conorhynchus under headings : 
morpholorical Í- anatomical 



characteristics;, 
to men. 



ecology J & relation 



HR air 



MP 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5783 

Mondo d. Na tur a , ( 2 ) ;: 56-7 
Alligators del Mississippi 
(Alligator from the Mississippi) 

Article on Alligatoridae consisting 
of synopsis of Alligator mi s sis si - 
pionsis under headings s morphological 
' anatomical characteristics > life 
cycle ;, distribution ;". value to men. 



HE, hr 



Anonymous (1959) 

Mondo d. Na tur a , (2)c57-9 

Alligator id i 



59-5739 
(Alligatorids) 



Article on Alligatoridae 
under headings s morphological ¿: 
anatomical characteristicSj life 
cycle ^ distribution -"• value to men. 



Ifflchr 



F 



Anonymous (1959) 
Mondo d. Natura V (2)с5б 
Alligatore della Cina 
from ':hina) 



59-5737 
(Alligators 



Anonymous 
Mondo 



Alopidi 



(1959) 

(Alopids) 



d. Natura ¿_ (2) с 64 



59-5790 



Article on Alligatoridae consisting 
of synopsis of Alligator sinensis 
under headings: morphological -"; 
anatomical characteristics^ life 
cycle;, distribution •-'•. value to men. 



Article on Alopidae consisting of 
synopsis of Alopias vulpinus under 
headings с morphological ^ anatomical 
characteristics J life cyclep ecology^ 
classification " distribution. 



HH::iir 



F 



HR ehr 



M 



x^AO 59/9/6434 



2(7)-19 



De Angelis, С. (1959) 59-5791 

G, Pesca , 9(5) в 

OsGervazioni sulla zona raesoabissale 

(ОЪзегуа'Ыопз on the abyssal 

zone) 

Popular account of nature;, 
composition &- distribution of the 
abyssal fauna c: methods of study. 



G::.K r:lk 



Montalban, H.R., G.J. Slanco 59-5792 

Py. l,k. Ronq.uillo (1957) 
Contr.Publ.IPFC/C57/CP21 , 16 Pc 
Philippine fishes 

111. popular bulletin listing' 
common зр^э. j c-, giving notes on size^ 
habitat <-"- habits, (issued as': Pop.Eull . 
Dep Affr ic. nat . Pesour . . PhilippT ^ ( 49 ) у 
undated) . 



GLK.glk 



Zürich. Fischerei und 59-5793 

Jagdvervi^ltung ( 1 95^) 
Zürich , 44 P» 

Jahres - Lericht der Fischerei- und 
Jagdverwaltung des Kantons Zürich über 
das Geschäftsjahr 1957 ( erv/eiter ter 
Bericht) (Annual report of the 
Pish and Game Administration of the 
canton Zürich for the year 1957) 



PiB-j 



Ireland. Lav/s^ 59-5794 

Statutes, etc. (1957) 
Dublin, Cahill L Co., Ltd ., 170 p. 
Fisheries (Consolidation) Billj 1957« 
iiin Ga 

I'lemorandum shewing enactments proposed 
to be repealed by the Fisheries 
(Consolidation) Bill j 1S57? ^ sections 
о f the Bill in ViThich those 
enactments are reproduced. 



i''i] 



MF 



Tomiyamac, 



I. 



Abe 



59-5795 



p. 



r T. Tokioka (1959) 
Tokyo i Hokuryu-ICan ., 4öö 
(Encylopaedia zoológica illustrated 
in colours). M_ 

This volum.e incl. 1 ¡,020 spp. of fishes 
(incl. 10o tropical spp.) " 135 spP« 
of protochordate. The spp. incl о 
not only those found in Japanese 
Y/aters but also foreign ones. 



:yin 



MF 



Dickson, '.■;. (1958) 59-5796 

•Jorld Fish. , 7(7)^3 p. 

How to match trav/l size to engine 



pov/er on mcxiore vess 



el! 



Gives an equation relating drag^ mesh 
size, number of meshes round m.outhj 
specific gravity of tv/ine, runnage 
of twine 5, f"- towing speed:' ill. its 
practical application to determine 
correct net size in relation to 
engine used. 



Fi: 



gh 



M 



FAQ 59/9/6434 



2(7)"20 



imra. Д 'tifJIf— ^|a|^^tJ^'*^^^^^-— * 



i 



Guiaba« Departamento 

Jstadual de Estatíctica (1957) 
In "Dados Estatísticos do Estado 

Decenio 1946/53'% Cuiabà^ 1 p. 
Produçao de pescad.o no ectado 



59-5797 I 



segundo 



as especies no período 1947/1956 
(Fish production in the state by 
species during 1947/1956) 

Table (kg) in the State of Hato Grossi о. 



F 



FÁO Regional Conference for 59-5798 
Asia Я. the Far East^ 4th - Tokyo^ 

6-16 October 1958 (1958) 
Tokyo y 101 p. 

Pueport of the fourth FAC Regional 
Conference for Asia and the Far East 

Containsj under chapter ''Major questions 
of food à agricultural development in 
the region" section on "Problems of 
determining priorities in fishery 
development planning^' c: under "Specific 
activities requiring conference 
guidance or government action" section 
on "Fisheries statistics'! Incl. list of 



France. Conseil Supérieur 59-5800 

de la Pêche (l959) 
Paris s 70 p. 

Bulletin officiel d'information no. 1 
(informational bulletin no. I) 

Regular quarterly bulletin reporting 
the activities of the Council | 
technical notes, 59-58OI to 59-5803, ^ 
official comm^uni cat ions concerning 
such matter as pollutionj, policing;, '" 
control of fishingj jurisprudence J 
service conditions» statistics 
em.pl oyment . 



FAOglk 



MF 



Anonymous (1959) 59-58OI 

Bull. inf. Cons. sup. Pêche , (l)r11-4 
Les travaux du Professeur Fontaine 
sur le saumon de 1 'Adour à Oloron 
(The v/ork of Professor Fontaine on the 
salmon of the Adouj? to Oloron) 

Marking experiments v;ith Salmo salar 
off Cornwall '" Brittany. 



^AO:sjh 



MF 



59-5798 
' (Card 2) 
documents, meetings convened by PAO 5 
s-ummary of recommendations ^ etc. 



Kue t ^ M 



59-5З02 

J. -A. Timmermans (1959) 
Bull . inf. C ons . sup. Pêche , ( 1 ) ; 1 5-2 1 
Production de brocnetons de sept- 
semaines (Production of seven week 
pike fingerlings) 



I'] ote on Es ox culture in Belgi-um. 



FiBcsjh 



FAGcsjh 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7):21 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5b03 i 

Bull. inf « Cons. sup. Pêche, ( 1 ) 22-3 | 
Observations sur le peuplement ele i 
l'étang de la Bonde (Bouches-du-Rhône) i 
en sandres (Observa,tions on the 
stocking of Bonde pondy Bouches-du- 
Rhône j with pike-perch) 

A short note. 



FAO:sjh 



F 



Federal Aid in Fish L 59-5ЗО4 

Wildlife Restoration (1958) 
"joming Game с':- Fish С omni. ^ 26 p. 
A study of the effect of fertilization 
on trout growth in an alpine lake in 
T'yoming 

Intermin reports on study of brook 

?■' rainbovr trout in L. îlarie с: Mirror L. . 

1957. 



WADssjh 



59- 



.5C05 



France. Conseil Supérieur 

de la Pêche (1958) 
Paris , 144 p. 

Bulletin officiel d'information no. 34 
(informational bulletin no. 34) 

Section 1 reports the work of the 
Superior Fisheries Council^- section 2 
contains technical notes - 59-5Ö06 -^ 

3 official announcements of forces etc. 

4 notes on legal matters.;, 4 notes on 
the work of fishery inspectors. 



FAC :. glk 



F 



Brunet;; R. (1958) 
Bu ll. inf. Cons. sup. Pêche 9 
Les poissons carnassiers 
repeuplement (Common 
stocking) 



59-5ÖO6I 
(34)"62-70 ; 
de 
fishes for 



Consideration of natural factors 
affecting the establishment of 
populations of Perca fluviatilis;, 



Mi crept erus punotula_tus g . 
j)/i» _sal moideS p Eso:: l ucius 
lucioperca. 



FAO : glk 



dolomieU ; 
Sander 



F 



Claus, G. (1959) 59-5807 

Arch.blydrobiol . , 55(l) 1-29 

Studien über ó.ie Algenvegetation der 

Thermalquelle von Bükkszék 

(studies on the alga.e vegetation of 

the 



hot springs in Bükkszék) 



Describes the population^ 60 spp. <, 
L compares it with that of other 
Hungarian hot springs under similar 
ecological conditions. 



FAO ;: dr 



F 



Hornung, ÎÎ. (1959) 59-5308 

Arch.Hydrobiol. , 55(l):52-126 
Fl or is t i s ch-öko 1 ogis che Unt er suchungen 
an der Schaz unter besonderer 
Berücksichtigung der Verunreinigimg 
durch Abwässer ( Florist ic~ 
eoological investigations on the 
Echaz v/ith special consideration to 
water pollution) 

Reports correlation between the 
population of a river biotop t''. its 
changes caused by environmental 
influences. 



FAO .: dr 



p 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)^22 



-KiJ 



Yockey, H. P. (155Ö) ^ 59-50O9 
London; Per^;amon Press , 41 С p. 
S^nnposium on informa-tion theory in 
"biology - GatlinЪur/iJ Tennessee. 
October 29-31 5 1956 

Contains more than 30 papers on various 
aspects of this subject;, ?/ith 
Editorial introductions i. discussion 
under main headings ¿ Storage ■" transfer 
of information; betermination of 
information measures^ destruction of 
information by ionizing, radiation^ 
Aging '" radiation damage^: Information 
networks ;_, Bibliographies v/ith each 



paper у Status of 
biology;^ Author - 
Contains 59-5u11 



59-5809 
(Card 2) 

information in 

subject indexes« 
- 59-5812. 



PAO:sjh 



Sacher^ G.A. (l95o) 59-5^12 

''In" 59-5809:317-30 

Entropie contributions to mortality 
and aging 

Theoretical study^ v;ith discussion 
of relation of life-expectation to 
body-size & metabolic rate of 
animals. 



FAO: 



4 ^ъ 



G 



Giletti., B.J, '"■ 

J.L. Kulp (1959) 
bei G nee, 1292901-3 



59-5ÔI3 



Tritii^i tracer in Arctic problems 

Tritium measurements in the Arctic 
ocean confirm a marked near-surface 
stratification. Sea water at 4OO 
meters' depthj, hov/ever^ is less than 
3 уеатв old, suggesting a contribution 
to this v/ater mass due to sinking 
along the continental shelf. The top 
ice layer on the \7ard Hunt Island 
ice field is older than 25 years. 



FAOcbjg 



M 



Yockey, H.F. (195Ö) 59-5Ö11 

4n" 59-5809^297-316 

A study of aging, thermal killing^ and 
radiation damage by information theory 

Theory 0: results of experiments incl. 
study of effect of parental age on 
survival of 2 rotifers ;, Euchlanis c; 
Phil о dina spp. 



FAO :. s jh 



FG 



Dickson, L.E. (195Ö) 59-5SI4 

Hew York , 312 p. 

Linear groups with an exposition 
of the galois field theory 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)c23 



Scholander^ Г. F. (1959) 



Science, 129c1085~7 
V.'ave-riding dolphins 
it? 



59~5C15 
hcv/ do they do 



Discussion of the ability of dolphins 
("■ of explanations of hov/ this is done 
with account of an experiment v/ith a 
vane fixed on the how of a ship c- hele 
in the ho¥/-wave at various positions 
to measure drag à thrust. 



FAO :: glk 



Î..Î 



PujTiphreyj R.J. (1959) 59-5816 

Science , 129:1087-92 

The for^'otten mane Sir John Luhhock 



Biographical note on this zoologist 
who made contrihutions to comparative 
physiology (" to hydrohiology. 



PAO Ü glk 



MF 



Struik, D.J. (1959) 59-5817 

Science , 129' 1100-6 

American science hetv/een I78O and I83O 

Historic¿i.l note of these activities 
which incl. scientific expeditions» 



FAO : glk 



MF 



Ano п^ял ou s (1959) 

Science , 129:;1 117-8 

iTATO Océanographie Center 



59-5818 ! 



îTote on the establishment of this 
centre. 



FAO ■ glk 



M 



liise, J.P. (1959) 



59-5S19 



Livmr, 



resources of 



the sea 



Review of 582527. 



FAO. 



Ж 



Schultz 5 L.P. Л, 59-5820 

R.H. ÎCanazawa (1959) 
Science , 129:1123 

Encyclopaedia zoológica, illustrated 
in colours 

Review of 59-5795- 



FAO- 



MF 



РАО 59/9/643/- 



2(7)c24 



Schaeffer, Б. (1959) 59-5Ô21 

Sciencej^ 129:1124-5 

Anatomie de Latimeria chal"umnae 

Essay review of 59-3025. 


Но^Ъеп^ С. A.M. (1959) 59-5S24 
Science, 1 29 î 1224-5 

Electrophyaiology of the elasmohranch 
stomach 

Examination of the mechanism of 
gastric secretion by the mucosae of 
dogfish 5 Sgualus acanthias L. .^ "- also 
of Pollachius virens., Micro^adus 
tomcod, Ilyxocephalus octodecimspinosus 




PseudcplGuronectes americanus > 


FAO s M 


Ang^ailla rostrata.; í: ilmeiurus 
nehulosis. 

FAO : glk IIF 


Hough, J.L. (195Ö) 59-5822 
игЪапа, Univ. of Illinois Press, 313 V^ 
Geology of the Great Lakes 

F 


Huhhs, C.J G.E. Бгет-у 59-5S25 

"■• В, V.'arhurton (l959) ' 
Science, 1 29 d 227-9 
Occurrence and morphology of a 
phenotypic male of a gynogenetic fish 

A phenotypic male of Mollienesia 
formo sa, a gynogenetic fish, has Ъееп 
collected at Brovmsvilley Texas. 
Ilorphological examination r'\ 
comparison of males & females with 
regard to a hypothesis as to the 
hybrid origin of the sp. 

FAO 'glk F . 


Lougee, R.J. (l959) 59-5Ö23 
Science, 129^1134-5 ' 
Geology of the Great Lahee 

Reviev/ of 59-5822. 

FAO s F 


Jackson, J. (1959) 59-5C26 
Discovery, 20-284-91 
'Tater for the world 

111. account of progress in methods 
of ohtaining fresh from saline v/ater. 

v." ....'. .-.:... 
FAOcsjh MF 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)c25 



OstroumoVj E.A. t-- 

V.V. Shilov (1957) 
Geochem.NevvTS;, (?)- 



59-5S27 



^Tstrlbution of sulphureous iron and 
hydrogen sulphide in sediments of 
deep-water depressions of the north- 
western part of the Pacific ocean). 

Ru 



M 



deBruin^ G.H.P. L 59-583P 

D.J. Crisp (1957) 
J.exp.Biol. , 34-447-63 
The influence of pigment migration on 
vision of higher crustácea 

Test., Ъу measurement of the visual 
acuity of Leander serratus , Fandalus 
monta^gui 



Praunus flexuosus under 



dj.fferent conditions of the hypothesis 

that the movement of distal pigment 

during light adaptation improved the 

visual acuity of the super position I. 

(issued asc Contr «liar . Biol .Univ. Ual es , 

1953). 

FiBcglk M 



Crisp 5, B.J. ¿^ 



59-5828 



Proc. 2nd int. Con gr.Sujrface Activity/ 



B.H.A. Marr (1957) 

ОС. 2nd int.Congr.i ^ 

(Solid/bicuid Interface ¿: Cell/Water 

Interface) , 310-^ 
Energy relationships in physical 
toxicity 

Biscussion of the action of organic 
suhstances on nauplius larvae of 
Elminius modestus . The time ¿: 
temperature evidence of physical 
narcosis^ the mechanism of physical 
toxicity J t'. arguing that the kind of 
action of physical narcotics implies 
that all narcotics have equal molar 



Jones^ V:.C. (1957) 59-5831 

Quart.J.micr.Sci. , 98(2)s2C3-17 
The contractility and healing 
hehaviour of pieces of Leucosolenia 
com4- 1 i cat a 

Account of the hehaviour of isolated 
pieces of the wall^ of pieces after 
removal of their choanoderm <?: of 
pieces in sea v/ater m.ixed r/ith MgC12 
solution. 



PiB : irlk 



M 



59-5828 
(Card 2) 
concentrations or molar volumes in 
the particular hiophase v/here they 
interfere vàth vital activity, (issued 
asc Contr »Mar»Biol. Univ. V/aleS; 1958). 



PiB ; glk 



M 



HeigbArayp A.J. (Puhl. ) (1959) 59-5832 
Pish. News, Lond. s Suppl. ; A pril 1959? 

2u p. 
Pairty factory fishing fleet 

Series of technical articles on 
design, construction •:•. operation of 
large factory- s tern trawlers. 



PiBrsjh 



M 



PAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)c26 



Lenierj R. (l959) 



France pêche ^ 4(28) s 44-7 

La pêche à la lumière en Méditerranée 

(Light fishing in the Mediterranean) 

Extract from & commentar}'' on a report 
on this subject Ъу Farina Í:. BourgoiSj 
-?:. a paper Ъу Nikoronov, v/ith regard to 
technicalaspects of surface b. under- 
v;ater illuminât ion ^ spp. caught c: the 
fishing methods employed^ c- hehaviour 
of the fish. 



FAO 2 -11: 



59-5Ö33 j Tomiyama, I. Í: 



59-5Ö36 



Abe (1957) 
Tokyo , 1141-69 

Figures and descriptions of the 
fishes of Japan (a continuation of 
Dr. Shigeho Tanaka's work) vol. LVI 

Contains 39-5Ö37 to 59-5840. 



GLKssjh 



Í1 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5834 

France pêche , 4(28)п51 
Fiche technique du poissonc 1 'anchois 
(Card technique of anchovy) 

Detachable card giving description, 
common names j distribution^ biology -- 
spavining & growth - fishing & 
commercial use of Engraulis 
encrassicholus. 



FAOsglk 



M 



Age, T. (1957) 59-5Ö37 

'In"59-5036¿ 1141-7 
Exocoetus volitans Linnaeus 
(Exocoetidae) . ITi 

111. taxonomio account. Synonym.y; 
detailed description of a type of 
specimenr^ notes on other specimens. 



GLKcsjh 



M 



Haslett, A.V:. (l958) 



59-5835 



Sci.ITews, Harmondsworth , (50):; 119-20 
Research report - The British 
Association - Evolution in gastropoda 
in fresh waters 



Abe, T. (1957) 59-5Ô38 

'п:п"59-5Сзб:: 1148-54 

Cyclot. '.Tiie m.icrodon (Günther) 
~( Gone SX orna t ida e) . iTi 







111. ta-iOiiv^;. i^ c.«.:.cuat. Synonymy; ' 




Reviews subject 


& summarizes 


detailed description of a type of ' 




observations on 


breathing J feeding & 


specimen^ notes on other specimens. 




reproduction of 


freshv/ater snails. 


j 
i 




GLK^efa 


P 


GLKcsjh M 




FAO 59/9/6434 




2(7)s27 





59-5C39 



АЪе^ T. (1957) 
"In"59-5ö36sl155-63 

Pristipomoides filamento sus i-oseus 
( Castelnau) (Lutianidae). îîi 

111. taxonomic account. Synonymy.;; 
detailed description of a type 
specimen.; notes on other specimens. 



GLK^SGh 



M 



Tomiyama, I. (1958) 59-5842 

'In"59-5o4l ;1l95-9 

Ptereleotris evides (Jord-an //. ЫиЪЪв) 
(Eleotridae) . Ni 

111. taxonomic account 5 synonymy; 
detailed description of a type 
specimen^ notes on other specimens. 



GLK::SJh 



Tomiyamay I. (1957) 



59-5840 



'In" 59-5836 c1 164-9 

Ele. otr iodes lon¡_^ipinnis (Lay ¿; 



Bennett) [Eleotridae). 



Ni 



111. taxonomic account. Synonymy; 
detailed description of a type 
specimen; notes on other specimens. 



GLKssjh 



Tomiyama^ I. c: 



59-5S4I 



T. АЪе (1958) 
Tokyo , 1195-219 

Figures and descriptions of the 
fishes of Japan (a continuation of 
Dr. Shigeho Tanaka's v/ork) vol. LVIII 

Contains 59-5842 to 59-5846. 



GLK';sjh 



M 



MO 59/9/6434 



Tomiyaraap I. (l958) 
4n"59-5841 s 1200-5 
Vireosa ha пае Jordan L Snyder 
(Eleotridae). Ni 



59-5843 



111. taxonomic account. Synonymy; 
detailed description of a type 
specimen; notes on other specimens. 



GLKjsjh 



M 



Tomiyamaj I. (l958) 
4n" 5 9-5841 с 1206-9 
b\Ataeniichthys gill: 
(Gobiidae). Ni 



9-5844 



Jordan "<■ Snyder 



111. taxonomic account. Synonymy 5 
detailed description of a type 
specimen; notes on other specimens. 



GLIC:sjh 



M 



2(7)г28 



Tomiyama, I. (195Ö) 59-5845 

'Irl' 59-5841 C1210-4 
ourufi-a fundi cola Jordan & Snyder 
(Gobiidae). ^11 i 

111. taxonomic account, synonymy- 
detailed description of a type 
specimen^ notes on other specimens. 



GLK:sjh 



M 



АЪе, T. (1958) 59-5846 

'ïn"59-5841c1215-9 

I)ecapterus kurroides aka-adsi АЪе 
( CarangidaeJ^ ЙТ 

111. taxonomic account. Synonymy^ 
detailed description of a type 
specimen^ notes on otlier specimens. 



GLKisjh 



M 



Easletty A.V:. (1959) 



59-5848 



Sci.ITe\7S, Ilarmondsv/orth , (52) с 11 9-20 
Research report - Antarctica a true 
continent 

Reviev/s evidence of sub-oceanic 
crust-thickness based on seismic 
records of an earthquake beneath 
Indian ocean during IGYj reported by 
F,F, iiVison, C.E, Inj^-ham -, R.H. Orr^ 
Hatur и > Lond. , 1u3 2 ЗО6 „ 



SJI-Icsjh 



Tack, E. (1958) 59-5849 

Ost. Fisch. , IISI29-34 

über einige aktuelle Fragen der 

Forellenzucht (Questions of 

present interest referring to trout 

culture) 

Collection of selected lectures of a 
series addressed to a training centre 
organized by Austrian Fisheries 
Association; incl. papers ;:l) Our 
knowledge on the new trout disease; 
2) Results of new experiments on fry 
feeding in Albanmer; З) On the Danish 
trout-culture; 4) Efficiency tests in 
trout cultivation. 
FAO : dr V 



Haslett, A.\7. (1959) 59-5847 

S ci . íTews , Harmondsv/or th , (52)e112-5 
Research report - Hew theory of eel 
migrations 

Reviews subject à siimmarizes theory of 



Tucker, 



59-2477^ 



SJHss jh 



MP 



Khartoum. University 59-5850 

Kydrobiological Research Unit (1958) 
Khartoum y Middle East Press, 22 p. 
Fifth annual report 

Staff m.embers, facilities ê: equipm.ent ^ 
note on activities. Survey of work in 
progress comprises papers by Gay^ P.A. 
Rzoskaj J. '?' liawar, G. List of papers 
published during the period covered by 
the report. 



SJIIcsjh 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)^29 



Healy, M.J.R. (1958) 
Biometrics ^ 15(l)--149 

Multivariate growth data 



59-5351 



Abstr. of paper presented at the 
meeting of the 4th International 
Biometrie Conference;, Ottawa, August 28- 
September 2j 1958« An interim report 
on work heing carried out by the author 
in collaboration with Dr. J.M. Tanner 
of the Institute of Child Health, Univ. 
of London, i^: others. The known 
techniques of multivariate analysis 
have not Ъееп much used in practice, 
largely due to the computational labor 
involved. This is nov; being overcome Ъу 
the use of electronic computers. 
SJH::mjrh G 



Andersen, P. S, (l958) 



59-5854 



Biometrics , 15(l). 166-7 
Competition in populations of one- 
age group 

Ahstr. of paper presented at the 
meeting of the 4th International 
Biometrie Conference, Ottawa, August 
28-Septemher 2, 1958. Based on the 
literature on competition in 
populations consisting of a single 
age-group, mathematical models are 
given. Critical reviews have not 
yet been made of the literature 
dealing with the effect of density 
on the duration of development ôz on 
animal movements. 
SJE-fsa TG 



Davis, D.E. (1958) 59-5852 

Biometrics , 15(l).l64-5 

The behavioural assumptions in census 

methods 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 
meeting of the 4th International 
Biometrie Conference, Ottawa, August 28- 
September 2, I958. Problems of 
estimating populations of wild animals 
have attracted the attention of 
statisticians for a couple of decades. 
The methods developed have necessarily 
made assumptions about the behaviour of 
the animals so that the population 
could be estimated. The present paper 



Eastman, D. (l959) 59-5855 

Ore. St. Game Bull. , 14(5):3-4j 6 
b'ishing access 

A review of legal situation in 
Orc-gon. 



WADcsjh 



F 



59-5852 
(Card 2) 
explores knov/ledge of behaviour in 
reference to these assumptions. 



SJHeded 



Anon;>Tnous (1959) 
jlew Scient . , 5-1148 
Lazy dolphins 



59-5856 



ITote on an experiment made to measure 
the forv/ard thrust of the bow wave of 
a ship on an inclined plane fixed in 
it in imitaxion of the tail of a 
dolphin, the experiment having been 
made to ascertain how dolphins ride 
bow waves. 



PAO •: glk 



M 



PAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)230 



Mackintosh, H.a. (1959) 59-5857 
New Scient. , 5:^1229-31 • 
Biological problems in the regulation 
of vdialing 

An article about the \7haling industry 
5: whale conservation, on the occasion 
of 11th meeting of the Г.7С. 

FAOssjh M 


French Equatorial Africa 59-5860 
Haut- Commissariat General de la 
Republique en Afrique Equatorial e 

Française (1959) 
Brazzaville, 57 P» 

Cinquième rapport de la Station de 
Pisciculture de la Djoumouna 
Brazzaville, année 1953 (Fifth 
report of the fish culture station 
"''•■jouj.iouna I-razzaville^ 1953) 

An account of its operation, the 
culture of several spp. of Tilapia, 
îleterotiSç, Gambusia, etc., c: future 
study plans. 
\7ADcwad F 


Anonymous (l959) 59-5858 
New Scient. , 5:1256 
Lazy dolphins 

Comment on 59-5^56. 

PAOssjh M 


iTilson, J.T. (1959) • 59-5861 
Trans . Amer . gee phys , Un. , 40 ( 1. ) с 3-24 
Geophysical Institutes of the U.S.S.R. 
and of the People's Republic of China 

Contains also lists, addresses Ô:. short 
descriptions of facilities ¿: 
activities of océanographie institutes 

TL':tl M 


Film (1959) 59-5359 
Stockholm, Solfilm 
Sä fiskar vi gös (liow we fish 
perch pike) 

^1 man. duration, 16 mm, color. 
Fishing method <^.. gear used in the 
fishery for perch pike à its culture. 
Ref. г Svensk FiskTidskr. , 68(3) 35- 

F 


Anonymous (1959) 59-5862 
Trans.Amor.gcophys.Un. , 40(1 ) 02 
New océanographie vessel of the Navy 

Note on the research vessel GIBBS, 
attached to Hudson Laboratories of 
Columbia University c: in service fromi 
December 1953. 

TL.:sjh M 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)ei 



Anonymous (1959) 59-5S63 

Tr a ns . Am G r . ft'o op '¡^J s . Un . ., 40(l):;35 
Influence of v/incl on coactal waters 

The National Science Foundation has 
made a grant to the University of 
Florida to study the effects of high 
winds on coastal waters. The \'лз.уе tanli 
of the University of Florida as well 
as actual off-shore measurements will 
Ъе involvedt 



Garner 5 13.11. (1958) 



5Q. 



•5S66 



N.Z.J.GocLCcophys. , 1(3). 577-94 
The Antarctic convergence south of 
New Zealand 



TLca 



M 



Anonymous (1959) 



Trans . Amer ._£eo ph, 



i.Un. 



59-5S64 

, 40(l):;73-5 
IGY Bulletin - Seismic studies in the 
Western Carihhean 



Horsey с J, Б. ^' 



59-5867 



Analyses of the geological structure 
of the sea bed from seismic 
measurements. 



TL:tl 



M 



M.S. Rut St ein (195З) 
Bull. gGol, So c. Amer. , б9( IO) :1 297-1 304 
Reconnaissance survey of Oriente deep 
(Caribbean Sea) with a precision 
echo sounder 



M 



Anonymous (1959) 5Э-5^^^ 

Trans . Amer . geophys . Un. .. /\0 ( 1 ) з 7 8-9 
IGY Bulletin - Measurements of the 
Pacific equatorial count er current 

Note on the distribution of velocity 
with depth äz estimates on mass 
cransport. 



TLctl 



Palokar, V. G. ^^ 59-5S6Ö 

D.V. Bal (1957) 
J.Bombay nat .Hist . Soc. Бес. 1957 с9б2-4 
Destruction of timber by marine 
organisms in the Karwar port 

Destruction of wooden beams by borers 
near mouth of R. Kali^ south of 
Bombay^ relation to salinity 
fluctuations, a monthly chart of which 



IS 



given for 1951-2. 



FiB:;soh 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)в2 



Mansueti, П. (1953) 
Atlant» Nat. , 13(2)s72-84 
The Granesville Fine Swamp 



59-5869 



Incl. list of fishes & crustaceans 
in this part of Maryland» 



FiBssjh 



F 



Burton., 
London ; 



M. (1958) 

Phoenix House J 



64 p. 



59-5872 



Life in the deep 



Popular account of oceanic 
exploration & sea-monsters, 
instruments for oceanography, 
marine hiota especially plankton 
& abyssal forms, & careers in 
marine hiology. 



FiBsglk 



M 



Bhimachar, B.S. (1959) 59-5870 
Proc. Indian Sci.Con,-r. , 46(2) И -16 
Inland fisheries of India and their 
problems 

Essay on the resources c\. their 
exploitation, v\rith regard to 
conservation^ introduction, pollutionj 
dams; riverine, estuarine ¿c. culture 
fisheries 5 fish seed, pond management, 
weed control, svfâmp reclamation, pond 
soils, utilisation of sev/age in ponds, 
statistics, causes of mortality. 



PiBs sjh 



MF 



Schwartz, F.J. 
W. Va Conserv. <, 



(1958) 59-5871 

February 1958 с 3-9 



Lampreys of West Virginia 

Short note on occurrence of va.rious 
parasitic ¿: non-parasitic spp. in the 
State, à their life-histories. 



FiBssjh 



F 



Harvey, ÏÏ.W. (1957) 59-5873 
C ambridge., Univ. Press, 234 P« 
The chemistry and fertility of sea 

waters 

2nd enlarged ed. 



M 



Lane, F.W. (l957) 59-5874 
London 9 Jarrolds , 287 p. 
Kingdom of the octopus - The life 
history of the Cephalopoda 









>s. 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)s33 



Pilkington, R. (1957) 59-5375 1 
London, Routledge ¿- Paul, 166 p. 1 
The \mys of the sea 

M 


Kaherry, A. C. ( Chairm. ) Г 1957) 59-5878 

Proc.lI.Z.ecol.Soc. , (4):27-36 

Cook strait as a field for ecological 

study 

Symposium conducted at ^th annual 
meeting of the Society, incl. papers 
59-5879 to 59-5884, with full 
discussion. 

FAO„sjh 11 


Tiller, L.;7. (Chairm.)(l957) 59-5^76 
Proc.ïï.Z.ecol.Soc. 9 {4.):'6- 
The delineation of natural areas in 
Nev; Zealand 

Symposium at 5'fcli annual meeting: of 
Society, incl. papers 585821 ¿v'59~5877.. 
с full discussion. 

FAOssjh FG 




Brodie, J.Y;. (1957) 59-5Ö79 
Proc.N.Z.ecol.Soc. , (4)^27 
Marine geology of Cook strait 

A review presented to 59-5878. 
FAO:sjh M 


Rohertson, N.G. (1957) 59-5Ö77 
ProcIJ.Z.ecol.Soc. , (4);'6 
Climatic districts of liev; Zealand.- 

Paper contriЪuted to symposium, 59-5376- 
at 5th annual meeting of Society. 

FAOcsjh G 


Garner, D.H. (l957) 59-5880 

Proc.N.Z.ecol.Soc, (4)c28 

Physical oceanography of Cook strait 

Short review presented to 59-5878. 
FAO^sjh M 



Ж0 59/9/6434 



2(7)334 



Вагу J В. M. (1957) 59-58Û1 
Proc.I'I.Z.ecol.Soc. , (4)г28-9 
Flankt on 

Short review presented to 59-5Ö7Ö. 
FAO-sjh M 


Fleming, CA. (1957) 59-5884 j 
Prodi. Z. ecol. Soc. , (4) 33-4 
Biogeography of Cook strait seabirds 

Short review presented to 59-5878, 
with notes on feeding. 

FAO с s .jh M 


Garrick, J. A. P. (1957) 59-5ÖÖ2 
Proc.lI.Z.ecol.Soc. , (4)c29-31 
Sharks and rays of Cook strait 

Short review presented to 59-5878» 
PAO:;sjh M 


CasGie, R.M. (1957) 59-5885 
Proc.îT.Z.ecol.Soc. , (4)^37-9 
The sampling problem, with particular 
reference to marine organisms 

Paper contrihuted to 5'fch annual 
meeting of the Society referring to 
contagious distributions 5 non- 
homogeneity of water masses ° uses of 
mathematical models 5 proposed 
experimental work with plankton 
pumps, 

PAOssjh MG 


Yaldv^yn, J. С (1957) 59-5383 
Froc.ïï.Z.ecol.Soc. , (4)^32 
Decapods 

Short review presented to 59-5878. 
PAO^BÓh M 


Jolly, V.H. (1957) 59-5886 
Proc.N.Z.ecol.Soc. , (4):43-4 
Thermal stratification in some New 
Zealand lakes 

Paper contributed to ^th annual 
pjeeting of the Society^ comparing 
features of 6 II. Z, lakes with those 
of lakes elsewhere. 

FAO.sjh F 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)^5 



ICÏÏAF (1959) 

Halifax 

Annual j^eeting - June 195Í 



59-5887 



Incl. pro cee dings j documents 5 aleo 
agendas;, researcli programs с: other 
unnumЪered papers. 



ICIIAF (1959) 59-5890 

ICHAF Annu.Meet.i959 Pap.(mimeo) 
Proc.no. 3o Serial no. 600 (B.Meet.f. 



UJL. 



2 r?: 3) Appendix" II 
Co-operative haddock program in I CHAP 
suharea 4 



SJH'jsjh 



M 



SJHr 



M 



ICîTAF (1959) 

I CÎTAF Annu . Me e t . 1 9 5 9 9 

Proc.no, З9 Serial no. 



2 



Î) 




mimeo) 
B.Mi-:;et . I . 



Minutes of Decemher 1958 meeting of 
scientific advisers to panels 4 and 5 

Reports discussion of hjological 
research on Melanogrammu s ae glefinus ^ 
Gadus callarla 3; scallop :'. 5 statistics:^ 
plans for future meetingr:, .Appendices 
give list of participants & oontrihuted 
scientific notes - 59~5839 to 59"589'^» 



SJIPisjh 



ICIIAF (1959) 

I CITAF Annu . M e e t . 1 9 5 9 , 

Proc.no. З9 Serial no» 

2 Я- 3) Appendix f 
List of participants 



59- 



-5889 

'600 (B.Meet.f. 



SJHe 



M 



Taylor 5 С C. &~ 59-5891 

R.E. Stoddard (1959) 
ICI'TAF Annu. Meet. 19599 Pap, (mimeo ) 



Pro c.no. 3. Ser ial no. 600 (B.Meet.f . 

2 à 3) Appendix III 
Recent variations in haddock growth 



SJHc 



M 



Taylor 5 CO. 



59-5892 



Б.Р. ОЪегаскег (l959) 
ICIIAF Annu. Meet . 1 959 9 Pap, (mimeo ) 
Ргос.по.З^ Serial no . 600 (B.Meet.f. 

2 & 3) Appendix IV " 
Some effects of undetected trends in 
estimating mortality coefficients 

Comparison of Paloheimo í- Beverton 
& Holt methods - 58153O & 583ЗЗО. 



SJHr. sjh 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)^36 



Dichiej L.M. (1959) 
I CIIAF Annu . He et . 1 9 39 . 



59-5Ö93 
Pap. (mimeo ) 



Proc.no. З9 Serial no. 600 (B. Meet. f. 

2 о 3) Appendix V 
Method for measuring benefits of the 
Georges Bank mesh regulation 

Discussion of 59-2307. 



SJIhsjh 



M 



Dickie, L.M. (1959) 59-5394 

ICMF Annu.Meet.19599 Pap, (mimeo ) 
Proc.no. З9 Serial no. 600 (Bwiíeet. f . 

2 à 3) Appendix VI 
Effects of possible mistakes in age 
determination on age-composition and 
mortality estimates for Georges Bank 
haddock 



SJHs 



M 



ICIIAF (1959) 



59-5095 



ICIJAF Annu. Meet . 1 959 9 Pap . (mimeo ) 



Proc.no. З9 Serial no. 600 (B.IIeet.f. 

2 ^^ 3) Appendix VII 
ICÎTAF mesh reg-ulation operation of 
10/'o annual exemption 



M 



Ruivop M. ez 59-5896 

G.V. Quart in (1959) 
ICMF Annu. Meet. 1959. Pap, (mimeo) 
Ггос.по. 3; Serial no. 600 (B.Meet.f. 



2 ^" 3) Appendix VIII 
Age- and length- compos it ion of cod 
( Gadus callarlas L. ) caught in 
suharea 4 in 1956-58 



bvJ 



M 



Graham, H.U. (1959) 



59-5997 



ICMF Annu. Meet. 1959^ Pap, (mimeo) 
Proc.no. A-9 Serial no. 6ОЗ9 (D«Res. 

a. /58 ) 
United States research in the 
convention area during 1958 

Summary of studies ¿^ results Ъу this 
country in suh-areas of Ш Atlantic, 
with special reference to Melano- 
grammus aeglefinus , Gadus callarlas , 

Sehastes marinus . Placopecten 
ma¿rellanicus à Merluccius hilinearis. 



SJEcsjh 



M 



С. 



A.C. Jensen 59-5898 



Taylor J 

& R.R. Stoddard (l959) 
I CITAF Annu . Mee t . 1 95 9 9 Pap . ( mime ) 
Proc.no . 5 " Serial no. 6O4, yP.Res. 

~ЕИГ 

Recent variations in haddock growth 

(II) 

Comparison of growth histories of 
1952, & 1931-47 year classes of 
M e 1 a no ,ят ammu s aeglef inus in Wli 
Atlantic, suh-area 5» 



SJHnsjh 



M 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)c37 



Poulsen, E.M. (1959) 59-5899 

ICNAF ÁnnuJ-ieet.1959, Pap,(mimeo) 

Proc.no .6, Serial no. 6О3 9 (ILVar.) 
List of papers pertaining to the 
Northwest Atlantic 



List of references J arranged Ъу 
countries. 



SJîIcsjh 



M 



Templeman^ V/. (1959) 59-5900 

ICMF Annu.Meet.i939, Pap.(mimeo) 
Proc.no. 7 5 Serial no. 6O6 (D. Res. 

./5b) 



Canadian researches.) 1958 - I. SuЪareas 
2 and 3 

Зиглтагу of studies c.-. results by this 
country in the suh-area of WII Atlantic, 
v/ith special reference to Gadus 
callariaS s Melanogrammus aeglefinus ^ 
Sehastes spp. , Eippoglossoides 
platessoides. 



SJHssjh 



M 



Hansen, P.M. (1959) 59-5901 

ICNAF Annu.Meet.i939, Pap, (rnimeo) 
Proc.no. 85 Serial no. 607 <v (D.Res. 

а.Лб) 

Lanish research report, 195^ ~ A. 
Biology 

Surninary of studies made ¿c results 
obtained Ъу this country in suh-areas 
of Ш Atlantic, V7ith special reference 
to Gadus callarlas s Greenland lialihut, 
Sebastes spp. 



SJHcsjh 



M 



iviü 59/9/6434 



Ruivo, Ы. &: 59-5902 

G. У. '>uartin (1959) 
ICNAF Annu.Meet. 1959 9 Pap.(mimeo) 
Proc. no. 99 Serial no. 608, (b.Res. 

a. /53) 
Portuguese research report, 1958 

Suirirnary of studies made c: results 
obtained by this country in sub- 
areas of WfJ Atlantic, Yfith special 
reference to Gadus callarlas. 



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Posgay, J. A. (1959) 59-5903 

I CNAF Annu .Meet. 1959. Pap . ( mime о ) 

-РгоспсЮ, Serial no. 609 (D.c.3) 
United States sea scallop research 
in subarea 5 during 1958 

Summary of studies made & results 
obtained by this country concerning 
the fishery for ¿z biology of 
Placopecten magellanicus in this 



I'PY Atlantic sub-area. 



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^:ы.1, P.G.R. (1959) 59-5904 

ICNAF Annu.Meet. 1959^ Pap»(mimeo) 
Proc.no. 11. Serial no. 610 (D. Res. 

a./5Ü) 

United Kingdom research report., 1958 

Summary of studies made & results 
obtained by this country in W 
Atlantic sub-areas, with special 
reference to Gadus callarlas. 



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2(7)^8 



Bückmanns A. ¿: al. (1959) 59-5905 
ICMF Annu.Meet. 1959, Pap.(mimeo) 
Procno. 12, Serial no« 611 (P. Res. 



German research report, 1958 

Summary of studies made & results 
obtained by this country in sub-areas 
of F." Atlantic, with special reference 
to Gadus callarias , Sebastes spp. , ¿z 
Melanogrammus aeglef inus. 



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Bumpus, D.F. (1959) 59-5908 
ICITAF Annu.I.Ieet. 1959 9 Pap, (mimeo ) 
Proc. no. 15 9 Serial no. 61 4 (D.Res. 

a- /33) 
Addendiirn to United States research 
in the convention area during 1958 

ITote on hydrographie studies by 
this country in W': Atlantic. 



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Jean, Ï. (1959) 59-5906 

ICITAF Annu«Meet. 1959, Pap.(mimeo ) 
Proc. no. 13-; Serial no. 612 (D.Res. 

C.8) 
Selection studies on subdivision 4T 
cod 

Discards <": trav/l selectivity of Gadus 
callarlas by Canadian vessels in Wi: 
Atlantic. 



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Lucas, CE. à 59-5907 

G, С, Trout (1959) . 
ICITAF Annu.Meet. 19599. Pap.(mimeo) 
Proc. no. 14, Serial no. 613 (D.Res. 

a. /58) 
Progress report on trials of top-side 
chafers 

Preliminary note on experiments to 
determine effect of chafing gear on 
selectivity of trav/ls for Gadus 
callarlas ¿z Melan ogrammus aeglef ir.us 



in Barents Sea ¿z at Faroes. 



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IQTAF (1959) 59-5909 

1(Ы:¥ Annu. Meet. 1959, Pap.(mimeo ) 
Proc. no. 16; Serial no. 61 5 (A. 

a. 4) 
ICIIAF mesh regulation operation of 
10/.. annual exemption 

Sum.mary of US actions in issuance 
of certificates^ submission of 
special statistical returns. 



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IÍ 



Dickie, L.M. (1959) 59-5910 

ICNAF Annu.ivleet . 1 959 » Pap, (mimeo ) 
Proc. no. 17; Serial no. 6I6 (D. 

C.3) 

Relative rate of fishing on small 
sea scallops 

Relations betv:een catch, cull-size 
£: landings of Placopecten observed 
on Canadian vessels in 1958 in Bay oí 
FvLïi&y, Jáortality rates " discards 
с- other data relevant to proposed 
m.esh retaliation. 



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?.if 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)e39 



FAO. Fisheries Divisioriy 
Biology Branch, Б. В, Parrish 

& R.S. Keir (1959) 
IGNAF Armu.Meet, 1959. Pap.(mimeo) 

P^oc«J^o>l8, Serial no. 617 (F.a.) 
The measurement of fishing power 

A review of this suhjeots performance 
fishing effort; measurement of fishing 
pov/er; summary of some results 
obtained, relation of fishing power 
to characteristics of vessel ¿: gear. 



59-5911 I McCracken, F.D. (1959) 



ICIIAF Annu.Moet. 1959-; 



59-5914 
Pa p. (mimeo) 



oJHiSjh 



MG 



Proc.no.20^ Serial no. 6l'9~'(D« c« 2) 
SiacSj catches, and landings of 
haddock Ъу Canadian otter trav/lers 
from subdivisions 4^ and 4"^ 

Results of research vessel surveys 
of Melanogrammus aoglefinus stocks 
in I95Ö-95 relation to samples of 
commercial landings. 



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Keir, R.S. (1959) 
ICNAF Annu.Meet. 1959 



59-5912 
, Pap. (mimeo) 



McCracken, F.D. (1959) 



ICiîAF Annu.Meet, 



Proc.no. 19? Serial no. 618 (F.a.) 
Report on the ICITAF statistics & 
sampling 

Summarises progress made in compiling 
statistical à sampling data on the 
fisheries of the convention area. 
In 6 sections. In the 1st sections a 
statement of the ICNAF requirements is 
followed Ъу a discussion of how they 
are met Ъу member countries. The 
final section proposes a number of 
changes in the form & content of the 
statistical submission, designed to 



19¿9^ 



59-5915 

Pap. (mimeo) 

Proc.no. 21, Serial no. 620 (P.c. 8) 
Top chafing gear studies 

Study of effect of chafing gear 
of selectivity of trawl for 
Mel ano gr ammus aeglefinus made by 
Canadian scientists in 1958 i^ 
subdivision 4W of WiJ Atlantic. 



59-5912 
(Card 2) 
reduce the bulk of the data to more 
manageable proportions <?:. to help 
reduce some of the difficulties & 
delays which arise because of it. 



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Paloheimo, J.E. (l959) 59-5916 
ICITAF Annu.Moet. 19599 Pap. (mimeo) 

РГОС.П0.2З9 Serial no.622 (D.C.3) 
Summary of observations made in an 
analysis of groundfish landings and 
effort statistics 

Analysis of fishing powers of 
Canadian vessels in sub-area 4 of 

WH Atlantic. 



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FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)c40 



Ruivo, M. & 59-5917 

G. Quart in (1959) 

ICIIAF Amiu-.Meet. 1959^ Pap.(mimeo) ! 
Pro.c.no.24, Sorial no.623- (D«Res,a/58)| 
Portuguese research report, 1 958 



BratЪerg, E. (1959) 59-5920 

IGNAF Annu, Meet. 19599 Pap. (mimco ) 

Proc.no. 27, Serial no. 626 (S. Pes. a/5^) 



. i 



Continuation of 59-5902.^ dealing with 
observations on the cod, Gadus callari- 
L. 5 in subarea 4 - Gulf of St. 
La^nrence - during the fishing 
campaigns 1956-58» 



SJHemr 



îîorway. Fisheries investigations in 
Greenland waters 1958 

Reviows studies made i: results 
obtained with special reference to 
hydrography c. to Gadus callarlas. 



Rodriquez Martin, 0. (1959) 59-5918 

ICNAF Annu. Meet. 1959 9 Pap.(mimeo) 

Proc.no. 25, Serial ijo. 624 (D. Res, a/53) 
Spanish researches in 1958 

Summary of studies made & results 
obtained Ъу this country in suh-aroas 
of WI Atlantic, with special reference 
to Gadus callarlas. 



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59-5919 



Keir, R.S. (1959) 

ICIIAF Annu. Meet. 1959, Pap, (mimeo; 

Pi''oc-no.26, Serial no. 625 (G.h.9) 
Summary of the 195^ statistics on th e 
groundfish fisheries of the convention 
area 

Summary tables giving catches of cod, 
haddock., redfish, halibut, flounders & 
other groundfishes by each member 
country in each sub-area during 1958. 



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Hansen, P.M. (1959) 59-5921 
ICITAF Annu.Meet. 1959!) Pap.(mimoo) 

Prcc.no. 28; Serial no. 627 (H.Var. ) 
Short review on the halibut fishery 
of the Greenlanders 

Annual productions^ length-v/eight 
relation for the sp. , history of the 
fishery -gear used, men employed, 
disposal of catches. 



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Hansen, P.M. (1959) 
ICÎTAF Annu.Meet. 1959 



59-5922 
^ap. (mim.eo) 



Ргоа.по.29. Serial no. 628 (P.c. 9) 
Survey of the Danish halibut research 
in suba rea 1 

Note on larvae, age determinations, 



tagging. 



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PAO 59/9/6434 



'(7):41 



Fleming.5 A.M. (1959) 



59-5923 



ICUAF Annu.Meet. 1959^ Pap.(mimGo) 

Proc.no. 30s Serial no. 6299 (S.c.S) 
The lon¿,line fishery at Bonavista^ 
îlev/foundlandj 1 952-1 95ö 

Note on this fishery for Gadus 
callarias; hydrographie conditions., 
size composition of catch/ yearly 
catches & catches per unit effort. 



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Edwards с, R.L. &: 

L.M. Lawday (1959) 

ICNAF Annu.Meet. 



59-5926 



1959, Pap.(mimeo) 



Proc.no. 33; Serial no. 632 
Industrial fishery 

Relativo fishing powers of vessels 
engaged in this Hew England fishery. 



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May, A.W. (1959) 59-5924 

I CITAF Annu.Meet. 1959» Pap.(mimeo) 

Proc.no. 31 j Serial no. 630 (D.c.2) 
Cod investigations' in suharea 2 - 
Lahradorj I95O to 195З 

Age determinations, grovrth rateSc, 
size-compositions, of Gadus callarias 
catches. 



Hansen, V. (1959) 
ICLTAF Annu.Meet. 1959; 



59-5927 

Pap. (mimeo) 



349 Serial no. 633 (C.Prog.. 



i-'roc.no. 
. a. 2) 

Fiemarks on the I CITAF plankton 
research program 

Proposals for methods c: plan of 



fish larvae <?:. egg- 
food survey. 



sampling, c' fish 



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Fleming, A.M. ¿: 59-5925 

S.J. Olsen (1959) 
I CITAF Annu . Mee t . 1 9 5 9- 9 Pap . ( mimeo ) 

Proc.no. 32, Serial no. 631 (D» c.2) 
Sise and age composition of cod from the 
fishery on the southv/est coast of 
IJewf oundland during 1957 

Contents as per title. 



ICMF (1959) 

ICUAF Annu.Meet. iq59 



59-5928 
Pap. (mimeo) 



roc.no. 35? Serial no. 634? (A. 
Adm.in. C. 1 



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Collahoration hetween FAO and I CITAF ^ 
1958/59 

Hot es reporting action taken Ъу FAO 
Fisheries Division in response to 
recommendations in the report of the 
8th annual meeting of ICHAF c: other 
aspects of the current work of the 
Division of interest to the 
ComLiission. 

SJIbsjh 



РАО 59/9/6434 



2(7)c42 



Jónssonj J. & J, Magnusson (1959)59-5929 

ICNAF Annu.Meet. 19599 Pap.(mimco) 
Proc. no.36, Serial no. 635 (D.Res . 

a/58) 
Icelandic research report 1958 -1« Cod- 
2. Redfish 

Summarises studies made Í- results 
ottained by this country in sub-areas 
of ШЧ Atlantic with special reference 
to Gadus callarlas . Sebastos spp. 



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Koir, R.S. (1959) 59-5930 

ICIIAF Annu.Meet. 1959 9 Rap, (mimeo) 

Proc. no. 37; Serial no. 636 (Б.с.2) 
ICNAP cod otolith exchange programme 

Summary of exchanges effected., ù 
comparative table of several age 
determinations on each of a пгипЬег of 
otoliths of Gadus callarlas from variouiJ 
parts of Ш1 Atlantic. 



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McCracken, F.D. (l959) 59-5932 
ICNAF Annu.Meet. 1959, Pap.(mimoo ) 

Proc. no. 39 s Serial no.638 (D.c.4) 
North Atlantic fish marking symposium 
observations from submissions on 
tagging publicity methods 

A sum:nary of replies to circular 
letters on this subject to ICNAF 
member countries j with detailed 
appendices as follows s "Notes on 
taggingj especially publicity and 
rcv\rards in the Federal Republic of 
Germany" y by G. Krofft;; "Notice 
about the system adopted in Portugal 
for the collection and distribution of 



59-5932 
(Card 2) 

information on tags recovered in the 
ICNAF area", by M. Ruivo; "Publicity 
information and rev/ards in the U. S. 
ICNAF tagging program" J by S.L. 
Cogsv/ell; "Notes on tagging", by 
P. Hansen; "Note on tagging in the 
United Kingdom" J by CE. Lucas &. 
G. Trout., "Canadian tagging publicity 
methods", by F.D. McCracken; 
"Information on tagging, Spain", by 
M. ounico. 



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Keir, R.S. (1959) ■ 59-5931 
ICNAF Annu.Meet. 19599 Pap. (mimeo) 

Proc. no. 38, Serial no. б37(Р''.с° 2) 
Summary of results from the age 
reducing of the 1958-59 ICNAF cod 
otolith exchange programme 

Preliminary analysis of. differencerj in 
age-determinations noted in 59-5930. 



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Travin. V. (1959) 59-5934 

I CNAF Annu . Me e t .. 1 9 5 9 , Pap . ( mim e о ) 
Proc. no. 4Q9 Serial no. 639? (D.Res. 

Soviet investigations in the ICNAF 
area, I958 

Simimary of studies made cc results 
obtained by this country in sub-areas 
1, 2 c^, 3i, with special reference to 
Sebastos ment ella , S. marinus &.: Gadus 
callarlas I size compositions of 
catches by exploratory vessels. 



SJH;:sjh 



FAG 59/9/6434 



2(7)c43 



Cerf, R. (1959) 



59-5935 



CR.Acad.Sci, , Paris, 248; 3536-8 
Sur 1 'interf érométrie ultrasonore et la 
détermination du coefficient 
d'absorption des liquides (On 
ultrasonic interf erometry and the 
determination of the coefficient of 
absorption of liquids) 

Describes method of measurement I- 
general theoretical exploration of 
results obtained. 



FAO:;sjh 



Codreanu, R. (1959) 



59-5938 



f 



C.R.Acad. Sei» , Paris ^ 248 г 3739-41 j 
Sur le développement larvaire du 
rhizocéphale Septosaccus cuenoti 
Duboscqj parasite du pagure Diogenes 
lUf^ilator (Pioux) de la mer îioire 
On the larval development of the 
rhizocephalan Septosaccus cuenoti 
Duboscq. parasite on the paguran 
Diogenes pugilat or Pou:: in the Black 
Sea) 

111. description. Comparison with 
related groups. 



FAO^sjh 



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\ 



Albe-Fessardj D, & 59-5936 

A. Pessard (1959) 
C. R.Acad. Sei. , Paris, 24823624-6 
Mise en evidence d'une réponse directe 
par la stimulation d'organes chez deux 
espaces de Mormyridés (Evidence for 
direct response to stimulation of the 
electric organ in tv/o species of 
Mormyridae) 

Reports experiments with Gnathonemus 
senegalensis l:. Mormyrus rume from 
African waters; comparison v/ith 
Electrophorus electricus ( S. America) ¡, 
Astroscopus (Uranoscopidae) & other 
Torpedinae ¿г Rajidae. 
FAOssjh P 



Abe, Ы. &: 



59-5939 



H. Kurata (1957) 
Kokusuishi Geppo , 14(ll) 13-29 
(Preliminary report on the shrimp 
fishery investigation off Kushiroj 
îîokkaido ) . ITi 



FiBs 



M 



Bernard, F. (1959) 



59-5937 



C.R.Acad. Sei. , Paris , 248^633-5 
Comparison de fertilité élémentaire 
entre les bassins sud-est et sud-ouest 
de la Méditerranée (Comparison of 
primary productivity in south-east and 
south-west basins of the Mediterranean) 

Reports planliton concentrations as 
function of depth, obtained by CALYPSO^ 
July 1955? with some data obtained 
by other vessels at different times. 



Dobbs, F.U. r, 59-5940 

F. Perry (1958) 
Fi shk. Wat. Life , 13( 14)^712-3 
Lace leaf plants 



PAOssjh 



M 



F 



PAO 59/9/6434 



2f7b44 



Scliofield, D. (195C) 59-5S41 
FÍ3hk.Jm t.Life , 13(l2)c587-G 
Arictocrat among aquatic plants 
( Aponogeton f enestrali s) 



(195.7) 
, 5S(2)s470-93 



59-5944 



Hendr i ck s ^ A.J, 

I\ia er « Midi . r"a t * _ 

A revision of the genus Alisma (Dill) 

L. 



F 



Wendtj A. • (1958) 



59-5942 



Aguar. -u.T er rar. ~Z. , 1l(o)s244-5 
Aponogeton f enestralii 
(Hochr.) Jum. 



var. guilloti: 



Lever, J. (195Ö) 
Watery/eel de ¡, 8 ( 8 ) :: 1 б 1 
Anublas lanceolata 



59-5945 



F 



Heinzig, R. (1958) 59-5943 

Aguar. u.?errar. , 5(ll):;321-2 

Eine Unterwasserform des Froschlöffels 

( Alisma plantago-aquat i ca ) 

(An underwater form of \4rater plantain ^ 

AI i sma plantago-aguatica ) 



Handeville, ÏÏ.L. (195Ô) 59-594б 
Agua г i st , 23(9):198-9 

Cultivation of Anublas ( A. lanceolata ., 
A. nana 9 A. congensis ) 



F 



F 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7):45 



Hückstedtj G. (195Ö) 59-594^ 

Agua r. -u. T orrar. -Z,^ 1 1 ( 1 1 ) : 339-41 
Experimentelle Pharmakologie des 
Süsswassers (lll) (Experimental 

pharmacology of freshwater (ill) ) 



Ileinej H. (i9!?8) 59-3950 

Aguar. "UtTerrar.-Z> , 1 1 ( 10 ) : 3 1 4-7 
Баг с laya longifoîia V/a].lich¡, eine , 
neueingeführte v/ertwolle Aguatik 
pflanze ( Barclaya longifolia 

V/allichj a newly introduced precious 
\Yater plant) 



n 



F 






Krone 5 V, 



(1958) 



V.'aterweelde , 8(9)s127-3 , 
Groene alg en druiv-ensuiker. 
algae and grape sugar) 



59- 



■5948 
(Green 



F 



Mühlherger^ С. (1959) 
Aguar »u. Torrar. . s 6(l).,l8-9 
Ein schönes Moos, für Aguarien 
(A nev/ moss for aguar ium) 



59-5951 



F 



Vesters^ С. (1958) 59~5949 ! 

V/aterv/eelde , 8(6):. 112-3 
Groene alg en druivensuiker (Green; 

algae and grape sugar) 



F 



Howes 5 W.J. (1958) 59-5952 

Aquarist 5 2 3 ( 1 ) :: 1 б . 

Flowering rush of the pond side 

ButomuG. 



F 



FAQ 59/9/6434 



2(7)Ыб 



*M1W«I*M— »-■- "—"'»■.TltlTltMllinniTM 



—*■ -"■^™"— ~~— ' 



ta^m 



Lever^ J. (195Ô) 59-5953 
'Jaterv/eelde, 8(з)с44-5 
Cardamine lyrata Bunge 

F 


de Wit, H, CD. (195Ö) 59-5956 
Fislik. Wat. Life, 13(5)^230 
Cryptocoryne aff inis 

i^ ' >' • 

• Í. • 

Ч 

F 


Bertholdt, ",7. (l95o) 59-5954 
Aquarist's J., 29(9);; 344-5 
■Cultivating v/ater ferns 

Ceratopteris. 


Wendt, A. (1958) 59-5957 
Aquar.u.Terrar. i 5(12):3б4 ' 
Der Name Cryptocoryne haerteliana ist 
unfàiltig (Caff inis) (The name 
Cryptocoryne haerteliana is not 
valid (C. aff inis) ) 

F 


Reitzig, K. (I95S) 59-5955 
Aquar.u.Terrar. , 5(ll).;331-2 
Beitrag zur Pflege von Cryptocoryne 
( Contrihution to the growing of 
Cryptocoryne) 

F 


Hieuv/enhuizen, A.v.d, (195Ö) 59-5958 
Aquarist, 27(lO)s302-8 
Cryptocoryne cil lata 

F 



FAQ 59/9/6434 



2(7)s47 



de 

Fi: 



\ /i t J 
ihk.Wat. 



H.C.D. (195Ö) 
Life, 13(4) 



188 



59-5959 



Crypto coryne griffithii and its 
allies 



de ïïity iï.C.D. (1958 
Fir.hlr.7at. Life 5 13(8 



392-3 



59-5962 



SloY/-grov/ing Crypto coryne species 
( С. versteegii ) 



F 



l< 



de ïïity H. CD. (1958) 
Fishk.ÏÏat.Life , 13(14)ï710-1, 
Crypto coryne 1 о n^^ i eau da 



59-5960 



Uendt, A. (195Ö) 

Aguar. u.Terrar. , 5(6) I8O-I 

Heleocharis vivípara 



59-5963 



F 



ïïieuv/enhuizen, A.v.d. (1958) 
Aguar ist , 2/( 1 1 ): 344-9 
A three year experience v/ith 
-'^^^ypt о coryne long i eau da 



-5961 



Laarhoven, J.F. (1958) 59-5964 

V/aterweelde ^ 8(5)с83-4 

De Vïaterhyacinth Eichhornia crassipes 

(The water hyacinth Eichhornia 

crassipes) 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)o48 



Шишаиошавмаиииаша^амш^авваа 



Vestersp С. (1958) 59-5965 
y/aterweelde, 8(4) „64-6 

Lys imachia nummular ia 

P 


i 

Wendt, A. (1958) 59-5968 

Aquar.u.Terrar. 5 5(6):l80-1 
Nomaphila stricta etc. 

P 


Stettler, P.H. (1959). 59-5966 
Aquaria 9 6(l)'c;9-11 

Ein epiphytischer Parn ais 'Wasser- 
pflanze'' (An epiphytical fern as 
'waterplant ' ) 

P 


Eberle, G. (1958) . 59-5969 
Natur U.Volk, 08(4)о11-11б 
Prostschaden an den Blättern der 
Mummel ( Prost damage to the 
leaves of the water lily) 

P 


Wendt, A. (1959) • 59-5967 
Aquar.u.Terrar. 9 6(l)c15-6 , 
Ein neuer Parn als aquatische 
Pflanze (A new fern as aquatic 
plant) 

P 


Brünner, G. (1958) 59-5970 

Dtsch.Aquar.-Z. , 1l(9):28l-2 
Eini£ie Bemerkun^jen иЪег die Wasser- 
hanane (Some observations on the 
' b'asserhanane ' ) 

P 

. — 1 . — ■ - ■ 



РАО 59/9/6434 



2(7)s49 



Vesterss С, (1958) 59-5971 
V'aterweelde, 8(3)"45-6 
oa.cí^ittaria sinensis 


Schul z> В. (1958) 59-5974 
Aquar.u.Terrar. 5 5 (6).-] oí -2 
Bemerkenswertes aus der Entdeclcungs- 
g'eschichte der Victoria amazónica 
(oome notes on the discovery of 
Victoria amazónica) 

F 


F 


Leverj J. (l958) 59-5972 
Waterv/eelde, 8(6) cl 04 
Salvinia auriculata 

■ - . 
■ 

F 


Greenherg, A. (1957) . 59-5975 

Aquarist, 26(2)^58-61 

The effect of temperature on aquatic 

plants 

F 


Lever, J. (l95ö) 59-5973 
Waterweelde, 8(5):84-5 
Utricularia-Blaas.ieskruid 
(Utricularia-Ъladder-vюrt ) 

F 


Kraft,, H. (1959) 59-5976 

Aquar.u.Terrar., 6(l).':l6 

Ein Fortschritt ini der Meeres- 

aquaristik: die Alge Caulerpa 

proliféra (a progress in sea 

aquaristicsc the algae Caulerpa 

proliféra) 

M 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)c50 



91ш*1ЖЛ9Л'*: 



КННШЯ^ 



Kroon, J. H. (195Ö) 
De Kor, 9(11)2137-50 
Caul er pa proliféra en 



59-5977 



С. ollevieri 



nieuwe zeewateraq.pl. 

( Caulerpa proliféra and _C^ ollevieri , 

tv/o nev/ seav^ater plants) 



M 



van Ramsliorst, J.D. (1959) 59-5980 i 
Bull. aquat. Biol. , spec. no .(2) 
List of references on aquatic plants 
and allied subjects 

Supplement to 1 et list ' issued July 
I95C? 59-2376. Gives about 70 
references to papers in systematic 
order J v/ith special section on marine 
plants J c"- books S:. general articles. 



FAOosjh 



MP 



Wendty A. (1958) 



59-5978 



Aguar. -U.T er r ar. -Z. , 11 ( 9 ) : 2 85-6 
Caulerpa proliféra (Porskai) 
Lamcuroux ■ . ■ < 



Olsson, 

Akvariet 



R. (1958) 

, 1958(8)^18-23 



59-59З1 



Va 1 1 e nvaxt e r na s Ъу ggna d 
(The grovrbh of v/ater plants) 



M 



P 



Wendtc, A. (1959) 

Aguar. u.Terrar. , 6(l)c17-8 

Caulerpa -oroliferao eine 



59-5979 



Paul J A.h., 



empfehlenswerte Alge für das 
Mittelraeer-aquarium ( Caul erpa 
proliféra / an algae recommended for 
the Mediterrani'um-aquarivm) 



(1957) 59-5982 

Thesis, Univ. of Reading^ U.K. 
Observations on variations in some 
species of sponges in the Haplo- 
scleridae and Desmacidonidae 



M 



ï^AO 59/9/6434 



2(7)c51 



Schwitzerp J. (195Ö) 59-5903 
Thesis, Univ, of Reading, U.K. 
A survey of certain fauna in some 
littoral zones in Langst one and 
Chichester harbours 



M 



LoomiSj W.F. (1959) 
Sci.itoer. , 200(4)г145-йб 
The sex gas cf Plydra 



59-59Ö6 



Popular account of experiments to 
determine the role of environmental 
factors in induction of sexual 
reproductionc, 



РАО с .?lk 



M 



Deshpandej R.D. (1957) 59-5984 
Thesis, Univ. of Reading, U.K. 
Observations on the anatomy and 
ecology of British trochids 



Croghan, P.C, (1958) 59-5987 

J. охр. Biol. , 35(2)î425~36 

Ionic fluxes in Artemia salina (L.) 



F 



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Hancock 5 D.A. (1957) 



59-5985 



Thesis, Univ. of Reading, U.K. 
Studies on the biology and ecology oí 
certain marine invertebrates,, with 
particular reference to those 
associated v/ith oyster culture 



Croghan, P.C. (1958) 59-59^0 
J.exp.Biol. ,, 35(1)1234-42 
The mechanism of osmotic regulation 
in _Artemia salina (L. ) 5 the 
physiology of the branchiae 



MP 



PAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)^52 



Wunder;, V/. (1957) 59-5989 
Allf?.FÍFch2t^. , 82s330-1 
Die Bekämpfung unerwünschter Teich- 
pflanzen mit chemischen Mitteln - 
Versuche mit llata und Ugex 
(Control of undesirahle pond plants Ъу 
chemical treatments - Experiments 
with Nata and Ugex) 

Reports account of experiments & 
r G views the subject. 

FAOsdr F- 


Deutschen Wetter 59-5992 

'Wetterdienstes (1959) 
OffenЪach а.Ы. , 72 p. 
Jahresberichte des Deutschen 
Wetterdienstes no. 65 1958 
(Annual report of German T/eather 
Service no. 65 1958) 

Contains also reviev/ of synoptic <f: 
climc.tological services c?^ 
investigations in maritime meteorology 

FAC ^tl M 


Wunder 5 ÏÏ. (1957) 59-5990 
Allg.FischZtg. , ü2s34ö-50 
Die Bekämpfung unerwünschter Teich- 
pflanzen mit chemischen Mitteln - 
Versuche mit îîata und Ugex 
(Control of undesirahle pond plants Ъу 
chemical treatments - Experiments with 
Nata and Ugex) 

Reports account of experiments & 
reviews the suhject. 

FAO : dr P 


Inland Fisheries Trust 59-5993 

Incorporated (1957) 
Dublin, 23 p. 

Memorandum and articles of association 
of the Inland Fisheries Trust 
Incorporated 

Contents as per title. 

FiBs F 


Rieht er 5 W. (1957) 59-5991 
Allg.PischZtg. , 82в81-5 
Der Zander une. seine künstliche 
Vermehrung (The pike-perch and 
its artificial reproduction) 

Notes on general hiology of Lucioperca 
luciopercag with description of Russian 
method 8-. equipment for artificial 
reproduction. 

FAO с dr F 


Berner, L. (1959) 59-5994 

Bull. Fla St. Mus., 4(l)s58 p. 

A tabular summary of the biology of 

North American maj'-fly nymphs 

( Ephemer opt era ) 

Summary of the biology of immature 
spp. of mayflies covering 
characteristics J habitat & habits 
of the nymphs y life history ¿r 
taxonomy. 

PAO с hr P 



РАО 59/9/6434 



2(7)°53 



v/isner J R.L. (1959) 59-5995 
Copela, 1959(1)'1~7 
DistгiЪution and differentiation of the^ 
liortli Pacific myctophid fish, 
TaгletonЪeania taylori 

A study of series of specimens from 
the northwestern c- northeastern Pacific 
v;ith particular reference to meristic 
variation showed highly significant 
differences Ъetv^een the 2 populations 
indicating that the northeastern form 
comprises an isolated population 
chiefly confined to the Alaskan gyral 
&■ largely incontaminated Ъу 



Parkers P-A. c". 59-5998 

A.D. Ha si er (l959) 
Copeia, 1959(lbl1-ö 

líovements of some displaced 
Centrarchids 

An analysis of summer distrihution of 
marked a, displaced Mi crept erus 
salm.oides a Lepomis macrochirus '-"- L. 
gibposus to ascertain P.:. evaluate 
factors influencing the rate of 
return to sites of capture after 
displacement J the mechanisms involved., 
'?. the effect of nonrandom movement 
on Petersen type population 
estimates. 
ÍÍRíhr F 



59-5995 
(Card 2) 
recruitment from the v.-est or Ъу 
hybridization v/ith its congener ïj_ 
crenularis from the south. 



T.illiaras^ G, С (1959) 59-5999 
Copela , 1959(1 ): IC-24 
Ovary weights of darters: a test of 
the alleged association of parental 
care with reduced fecundity in fishes 

Observations on Etheostoma дх^гшпр 
E. flahellaro ; egg g-aarding spp, _, <-5- 
_E. caeruleum к: E_^ spectahile non egg 
protecting spp. ., showed that the 2 
first had greater relative ovary 
weights than the 2 last ones which 
desert their eggs. 



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Suttkus, R.D. (1959) 59-5997 
Copela, 1959(1)27-11 

Hotropis uranoscopus ; a new cyprlnid 
fish from the Alahama river system 

A diagnosis с- description v/ith notes on 
habitat ce hahits of the sp. which is 
compared with its closely related form. 
IT. stramlneus. 



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Havens D.S. (1959) 39-6000 
Copela, 1959(1)^-25-30 
i.Ilgratlon of the croaker j IJicropogon 
undula tus 



Petersen disc tags - Internal helly 
tags were used to tag croakers in 
Chesapeake Bay Í- North Carolina. Tag 
recoveries indicate movement of 
croakers up the estuaries & up the 
Bay during s Turing J limited random 
m.ovements in summer^ (^:- an oceanward 
migration in fall.. In 1950 the sport 
fishery captured almost as many tagged 
croakers as the haul seine fishery 
indicating that the sport fishery must 
Ъе very large» 
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Ж0 59/9/6434 



2(7)^54 



1UMI*IIMS<1! 



Springer, S. (1959) 59-6001 

Copeia , 1959(1 )еЗО-3 
A new shark of the family Liqualidae 
from the Carolina continental slope 

A diagnosis A; taxonomic description 
of Deania elegans sp.nov. caught in an 
otter trawl off Cape Fear, North 
Carolina, in 200 fathoms. 



Bali, J.B. 



59-6004 
C.E. Bond (1959) 
Copeia , 1959(1)374-6 
The higfin eelpour, Aprodon corte - 
sianus Gilbert,, common in waters 



off Oregon 



IIR.hr 



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Gives records of the sp. by- 
localities fî. morphometric <l meristic 
measurements f- counts. 



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Svihla, A. (1959) 59-6002 

Copeia , 1959(1)^72 

A simple method of collecting Ascaphus 
truei tadpoles 



Bright, В.Б. (1959) 



59-6005 



'opeia , 1959(1) ^'76-7 
The occurrence and food of the sleeper 

shark, Somniosus pacif icus , in a 
central Alaska bay 



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Baiber, P.C. (1959) 59-6003 

Copeia , 1959(1). -74 

An observation on the deep-sea electric 

ray 



Kilby, J.B., E. Crittenden 59-6006 

cc L.E. Williams (1959) 
Copoia , 1959(1) 77-0 
Several fishes new to Florida 
freshwater s 

Appearance records of Mi crept erus 
coosae , Lepomis cyanellus , L. huj-nilis , 
Pomoxis annularis ; Perca flavescens , 
Roccus chrysops -" Acipenser 
brevirostris, 



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FAC 59/9/6434 



2(7)c55 



Bayliff, ÏÏ.H. (1959) 59-6007 

Copela , 1959(1)^78-80 

Notes on the taxonomy and distribution 
of certain zoarcid fishes in the 
northeastern Pacific 



An attempt to clear up some confusion 
in the taxonomy J records &. ranges of 
10 spp. of Zoaroidae of the genera 
Ly codes ., LycodopsiSa Lycenchelys ., 
EmbryX ç, Bothrocara c-, Ly со da pus 
occurring hetv/een southern Oregon С the 
Aleutian islands. 



HE;.hr 



Hubhsy С г, 59-6008 

G.E. Drewry (1959) 
Copeia, 1959(1) 80-1 
Artificial production of an inter- 
generic atherinid fish hyhrid 

Contains the results of hybridization 
of Menidia heryllina « Memhras 
martini ca. 



American Fisheries 59-6010 

Society (1958) 
Trans. Amer« Fish« Soc. ., (87)^532 p. 

Lists officers Л members; papers of 
symposia;; reports of officers o-, 
committees - international relations 
national-state relations <> editorial 
hoard J hydrohiology c-- fish culture., 
commercial fisheries,, water pollution 

finance - ^ constitution ?.-■ hy-lav\rs 
of the society. Incl. 59-6011 to 
59-6055» Annual index. 



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. 59-601 1 
(87)ИЗ-22 



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Donaldson^ L.R, с--. 

G.E. Allen (1958) 
Trans . Am e r « Fi sh . So с . 
Return of silver salmon, Oncorhynchus 
kisutch ('.'albaum) to point of 
release 

Experiments in which marked 
fingerlings were released in 
Washington State' none returned to 
native streamy hut instead returned 
to their rearing ponds & to the 
Xjoint of release. 



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Walters J V« (1959) 59-6009 

Copeia , 1959(1) "82 

Provisional keys to the fishes of 

Alaska 



Shields, J.T. (1958) 



59-6012 



Trans.Amer« Fish. Soc. , (87): 23-33 
Experimental control of carp 
reproduction through water drav/downs 
in Fort Randall reservoir 5, South 
Dakota 



Eggs of Cyprinus carpió killed Ъу 
exposure,, ■-''' reduction of resulting 
year-classes verified« 



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FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)"56 



I« f« I« M 'ML»« ■ 



Bell, R. (1958) 59-6013 i 

Trans./uner, Fish. Soc, , (87)вЗ 
Cui-ui in Pyramid lake, Nevada 

Short note on Indian fishery for the 
catastomid Chasmiste s cujus « 



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Olsonj D.E. (195Ö) 59-6016 

Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc« <, (o7) "52-72 
Statistics of a walleye sport fishery 
in a Minnesota lake 

Population dynamics, growth, catches 
Ъу angling for Stizostedion v.vitreum 
in Many Point Lake. 



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Carlander, K.D. (1956) ' 59-6014 
Trans.Amer. Fish. Soc. , (87)04-ö 
Disturhance of the predator-prey 
balance as a management technique 

Exceptional harvest of Stizostedion 
vit reuní in Clear lake, lowa^ in 1951 is 
perhaps explained Ъу reproductive 
failure of Perca flavescens in 1950 & 
by elimination of young yellow hass, 
Mor one interrupta ç, through prédation. 
Stocking of Esox lucius in 1953 
increased the v/eight of the predator 
population. 



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Henderson, C. & 



Q.H. Pickering (l95Ö) 



59-6015 



Trans. iuTier. Fish. Soc. , (87). '-39-51 
Toxicity of organic phosphorus 
insecticides to fish 

BioaS'Says with 10 compounds; effects 
on fathead minnows 6: hluegills. No 
relation of toxicity to chemical 
structure, or correlation with effects 
on insects o: mammals. 



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FAO 59/9/6434 



Beeton, A.M. (1958) 59-6017 
Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. , (87)^73-9 
Relationship hetv/een Secchi disc 
readings and light penetration in lake 
blur on 

57 paired photometer .■^- Secchi disc 
measurements made at I8 stations 
support view that a counter-clockwise 
current usually occurs in the bay with 
more transparent lake Huron water 
flowing in along the northwest shore 
'"• less transparent hay water flowing 
out along the southeast shore. 
Discrepancies in relationship of disc 
readings to transmission of surface 



59-6017 
(Card 2) 
light are related to the condition 
of the sky & sea explained on the 
hasis of the spectral sensitivity 
of the human eye <•"• its response to 
surface glare. 



ЫРсатЪ 




2(7)^57 



Kutkuhn, J.ÎI. (1958) 
Trans. Amer, Pish. Soc. 



59-6019 

{ôl)z 80-1 03 

Utilization of plankton Ъу juvenile 
£;iszard shad in a shallo?; prairie lake 

Investigations of ecology of Doro soma 
cepedianum in North Twin lake 5, lovra-j 
1954 - 1953» Gut contents compared 



¥/ith available food, 
fishes. 



diet of other 



HRssjh 



Purkett, C.A. . Jr 
Trans. Amer. Pish. Soc. 



(1958) 



Grovrth of the fii 
river., Missouri 



¡he; 



(8 

in 



59-6022 

7)s1l6--31 
the Salt 



Data for Cyprinus ^ Aplodinotus , 
Ictiohus , LepomiS ; Catostomus , Doroso - 



ma 



Carpiodes ^ Pilodictis , Pomoxis. 



Ictalurus 5: Moxi stoma spp. Discussion 
of minimum legal lengths. 



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Sykes, J.E. (1958) 59-6020 

Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. , (87)^104-7 

A method of determining the sex of the 

striped hassj Roccus saxatilis 

(Walhaum) 

Describes method using serrated- jaw 
ear forceps to extract gonads of dead 
fish on market without damaging them 
C-- affecting market value. 



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59-6023 
(87) s 132-8 



ElliSj C.H. (1958) 

Trans. iïmer. Fish. Soc. 

Rearing methods and the return of 

fall-migrating chino ok salmon 

Homing of On с or hyn chu s tshav/ytscha 
determined Ъу marking fish released 
in Samish river, v/ashington. 



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Grice^ F. (1958) 



59-6021 



Trans.Amer. Fish. Soc. . (37)?108-15 
Effect of removal of panfish and 
trashfish Ъу fyke nets upon fish 
populations of some Massachusetts' 
ponds 



LaPointey D.F. (I958) 



59-6024 



Experiments 1951-56 showed changes in 
growth rates J but not in spp. 
composition. 



Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. , (87)^139-50 
Age and growth of the American shad^ 
from three Atlantic coast rivers 

Comparisons of results for Florida ¡, 
N. Carolina & Maryland rivers. 
Spavming markes are discussed. 



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PAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)^58 



Eisler, п. (1958) 
Tra ns, Amer » Fish. Soc. 
Some effects of artificie 
salmon eggs and larvae 



(87) 



59-6025 
151-62 



,1 light on 



Horton^ И.]?, Г: 59-6028 

R.L. Borovicka (I958) 
?rans. Am er. Fish. Soc . ¡, ( 87 ) c1 82-9 



Eggs ¿:. resulting larvae of Oncorhynohu; 

t shav/ytscha were expos 

to several intensities 

light for a period ext 

hours after fertilisât 

absorption of the yolk- 

kisutoh were similarly 



¡ed continuously 
of fluorescent 

;ending from 24 

;ion through 
-sac. Eggs of 0. 
treated. 



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Oregon's aerial fish-planting 
program 

Equipment is descrihed whereby aerial 
planting in high mountain lakes can 
he done Ъу two men. Results of 
experiments v:ith aeration equipment, 
costs of operation 5; a brief survey 
of the literature are presented. 
Tests I'/ith Salvelinus fontinalis ¿. 
Salmo gairdneri. 



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V;aleSy J.H. ^.: 

J. P. Lane (1958) 
Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 



59-6026 



(37)'^63-71 
Public opinion analysis in trout 
fishery management 

An angler opinion survey v.^s begun at 
Castle lake J California j during summer 
1957« Anglers were asked standardized 
questions to determine how opinions of 
trout fishermen about spp. <, minimum 
accejjtable size^ & size-number balance 
could best be obtained. 



Roelois, E.iV. (1958) 
Trans. Am er. F^sh. Soc. 
Age and 



59-6029 

(87): 190-9 



growth of whitefish. 



Core^onuii 



jgl up e a f о rm i s (Llitchill), in Big Bay 
de lío с and northern lake Michigan 

Age composition <'' growth in 1949-5^ 
indicate that the 2 populations are 
separate. 



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Buss 5 K. 



J.E. Wright (1958) 
Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 



59-6027 



Ball. O.P. (1958) 



59-6С3О 



Appearance 
hybrids 



md 



Q T> •*• - 



, (87)s172-8l 
lity of trout 



_£airdneri 



Mature hybrids among Salvelinus 
_f_ onti nalis J .Salmo t rut ta С- 
" „ Saívelinus namaycush involving 
reciprocal crosses ^ backcrosses <?■: 
tliree-way crosses were utilized to 
test fertility & to present photo- 
graphic records of external 
characteristics. 



Trans . Amer . Fish .^o_o^, (87)^200-6 
Management of sport fishing in San 
Diego's program of multiple use of 
water-supply reservoirs 

Describes program of the San Diego 
Water Departm.ent. 



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FÂO 59/9/6434 



2(7)s59 



Allen, G. IL (1958) 
Trans. Amer. Fish, Soc. 



59-6031 
(G7) с 207-1 9 
Survival through hatching of eg¿,s from 
silver salmon ( Oncorhync hus kisutch) 

Parent to parent differences in 
mortality of off-spring in hatcheries 
appears more related to the female 
than to the male parent., demonstrated 
Ъу controlled Sc replicated crossing. 



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Patriarche, И, H. 



R.S. Camphell (1958) 



59-6034 



Trans.Am er. Fish. Soc. , (87)^240-58 
The development of the fish 
population in a new flood-control 
reservoir inMissouri^ 1948 to 1954 

Growth, age compositions, spavming 
of many spp. of crappies, hasses, 
sunfisheSj suckers, gizzard shad, 



carp, 



catfish, hullheads. 



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Gerking, S.D. (i 958) 
Trans. Ámer. Fish. Soc. , 



59-6032 
(87)2220-8 



The survival of fin-clipped and latex- 
injected redear sunfish 

Lepomis m icrolo phus were marked. Ъу 
latex injection c-. Ъу fin-clipping in 
Wyland lake, Indiana, to determine 
immediate & delayed effects of these 
techniques on survival. A variety of 
fin-clips were used f latex was 
injected suhdermally \7ith a hypodermic 
syringe in the occiput region ¿z 
posterior dorsal region. 



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Saila, S.B. (1958) 
Trans.Amer.Fish.Soc. 



-i- 



59-6033 

___„ (87) S 229-39 

Size limits in largeraouth hlack bass 
management 

A reanalysis of pertinent data on 
survival, natural mortality rates cz 
rates of exploitation for Micropterus 
salmo ides . It is demonstrated that siz4 
limit effective one year after the 
minimum size at v/hich capture is 
practicable v;ill eventually assure a 
greater numher of large fish in the 
catch than is possible without a size 
limit under the conditions observed 
to date. 
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Loftus. K.H, (1958) 59-6035 

'3?rans.Ajner oFisho Soc. , (87)^259-77 
Studies on river- spawning populations 
of lake trout in eastern Lake 
Superior 

Tagging study of Salvelinus namaycush 
population; movements, mortality, 
sizes a,t maturity, scars of 
Petromyzon marinus attacks. 



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V.liiteloather, R.T, (1958) 59-6036 
Trans.Amer.Fish.Soc. c, (87):2Gl 
Symposium, on commercial fisheries - 
Introduction 

Introduction to symposiuiTi subtitled 
"Future crisis in comjnercial fishing 
production". (Contributed papers are 
59-6037 to 59-6055« 



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Ж0 59/9/6434 



2(7):60 



Idyll, СР. (1953) 



59-6037 



Trans.Ajne r,Fish.Soo. , (87) s 282-92 
Contribution of biology and 
oceanography to increased harvest of 
marine fishes 



A general reviewj mentioning hatchin{ 
(?•. rearing young., control or 
encouragement of fishing effort, 
relation of océanographie conditions 
to fish abundance J distribution, ¿z 
patterns of behaviour j abundance 
predictions. 



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Powell, D.E. (195Ö) 59-6040 

Trans. AiTier. Fish. So c. , (87)в09-15 
The role of exploration and gear 
research in the future expansion of 
our commercial fisheries 

The possibilities-expansion of 
present grounds, discovery of nev/ 
grounds, diversification of present 
fishing, gear improvement, fish 
detection c. location^ raid-v/ater 
tra\7ling, electrical fishing 5 future 
research. 



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Stern, J. A. (1958) 59-6С38 

Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. , (o7)e 293-8 
Influence of technological advancement^ 
on utilization of fisheries in the 
future 

A short general review dealing mainly 
with improvements in handling & fish 
processing. 



lamsey, J.B. (195З) 



59-6041 



Trans. Amer. Fish, Soc. , (o7)';319-32 
Fisheries problems in impounded 
v/aters of California and the lower 
Colorado river 

Contribution to symposium on 
Reservoir Management. A general 
review of possibilities of stock 
utilization & formation. 



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Riggs, СБ. (195Ö) 59-6039 

Trans. Amer. Fish. Goc. , (ö7)s299-308 
Unexploited potentials of our 
fresh-water commercial fisheries 

P.-: c-^rvoirs, farm ponds, rice fields^ 

fish farming generally; problems of 

utilization, mortality, improved 

harvesting, legislation & public 
relations in U. S. 



Parsons, J-W. (1958) 



59-6042 



Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. ^ (87)s333-55 
Fishery management problems and 
possibilities on large southeastern 
reservoirs 

Contribution to symposium on 
Reservoir Management. A general 
review of possibilities of stock 
utilization & formation. 



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FAÜ 59/9/6434 



2(7)s6l 



Shields, J. T. (1950) 59-6043 
Trans. Amer. Pish. Soc. , (87)с35б-б2 
Pish management problems of large 
impoundments on the Missouri river 

Contribution to symposium on 
Reservoir Management. A general 
review of possibilities of stock 
utilization (5: formation. 

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Rucker, R.R. (1958) 59-6046 
Trans. Amer. Pish. Soc. , (87)^374-9 
Some problems of private trout 
hatchery operators 

Disease, nutritional, c": environmental 
problems in commercial production of 
trout are discussed, incl. mortality 
Г age of spavmer«, copepod & gyro- 
dactilid infections, suitable water 
temperatures, diseases - especially 
red mouth & back peel - c: inspection 
of fish. 

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Greene, A. P. С (1958) 59-6044 
Trans.j\mer. Pish. Soc. , (З7) гЗб5-7 
Some state problems associated with 
the commercial trout industry 

Responsibilities of state agencies in 
U.S., their cooperation with industry^ 
control of fish distribution. 

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Snieszko, S.P. (1958) 59-6047 
Trans. Amer. Pish. Soc, (87)"380-5 
Suggestions for reduction of natural 
mortality in fish populations 

Some suggestions are given, based 
largely on experience with disease 
control in hatcheries & fish farras, 
for minimizing natural mortality of 
fish from infectious diseases. 
Particular reference to brook trout 
l: infection by fungus Candida 
albicans "-. septicaemia caused by 
Aeromonas liquefaciens. 

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Belcher, D.D. (I958). 59-6045 
Trans. Amer. Pish, Soc. , (87) с 368-73 
Problems in commercial trout 
production 

Problems in U.S. concern siae of 
enterprise, finances, efficiency of 
operation, competition v/ithin the 
industry, research, labor c:. management. 

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Tanner, П.А. (1958) 59-6048 
Trans. Amer. Pish. Soc, (87)^386-91 
Place of game and fish in multiple 
use of watersheds 

A general essay, reference to U.S. 
conditions. 

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2(7)s62 



Packer, P.E. (195Ö) 59-6049 

Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc, ,. (8?) s 392-7 
Management of forest watersheds and 
improvement of fish haЪitat 

Revievi^s situation in western U. S. 
concerning watershed protection c:. 
water-yield improvement ргоЪХетз. 



Stroud ^ R.H. (1958) 
Trans. Amer. Fish. So с . ; 



59-6052 
(87) "426-9 



Peports of standing committees - 
Committee on national-state relations 

Contents as per title. 



HPssjh 



HPcsjh 



MP 



Carter, Б.Т. (I958) 



59-ÓO5O 



^rans. Amer. Fish. Sog. , (87): 398-400 
The states and federal aid in 
fisheries 

A short note on the accomplishments 
of the Federal Aid Program in U. S. 
(Dingell-Johnson Act). 



Larkin, P.A. (1958) 
Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 



59-6053 
(87) с 430-41 



Reports of standing comm.ittees - 
Committee on hydrohiology and fish 
culture 

Incl. section on progress in water 
fertilization {by N.G« Benson), 
fish culture (R.I. Stevens), fish- 
ways (V.'.H. Sverhardt), fish diseases 
(R.R.Rucker) , rearing Mef-çastomatohus , 
Ictiobus Д. Ictalurus spp. (J. П. 
Stevenson) . 



HRiSQh 



MP 



HRi sjh 



MP 



Carbine, '..".F. (1958) 
Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 



59-6051 

(87)^416-25 

Reports of standing committees ~ 
Committee on international relations 

Contents as per title. 



HRssjh 



MP 



\7hiteleather, R.T. (195S) 59-6054 
Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. , (87)s442-6 
Reports of standing committees - 
Comm.ittee on comi^ercial fisheries 

Contents as per title. 



HR; sjh 



MP 



PAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)"63 



Doudoroff , 



(195Ö) 



59-6055 
(87)^446-9 



Trans. Amer« Fish. Soc, ^ 

Reports of standing committees - 

Committee on v/ater pollution 

Contents as per title. 



HP.esjh 



IPFC (195Ö) 59-6058 " 

IPFC Oth Sess.Pap. (mimeo )Summ«Rep. j 
Summary report of the seventh session î 
Indo- Pacific Fisheries Council 
Bandungj Indonesia, May 13-27^ 1957 

Agenda, addresses, plenary record 
resolutions of council Ь its 
committees J lists of delegates, 
officers, committee members, of 
publications ('•■ documents. 



SJIÎcsjh 



MF 



IPFC (195S) 59-6056 

Colom.hO;, Ceylon.) 

Indo Pacific Fisheries Council oth 
session papers (mimeo) 

Incl. working papers, technical 
papers, symposium papers, incidental 
papers, minutes, summary reports, some 
occasional papers distributed at the 
meeting. 



de Zylva, E.R.A. (195S) 



59-6059 



IPFC oth 3ess. Pap. (mimeo), IPFC/C5G/ 

CP 28 
The progress of mechanization of 
fishing craft and the use of 
improved gear in Ceylon 

Advance text of a paper in press. 



SJHssjh 



MTP 



SJHcsjh 



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IPFC (1958) 



59-6057 



IPFC 8th Sess.Pap. (mimeo) s IFFC/C58 
:.T 6 - Rev. 1 



Report of technical committee II - 
Part A. (period between the 7th and 
8th sessions of the council) 



Unar, M, (1958) 59-6060 

IPFC 8th Sess.Pap. (mimeo), IPFC/C58/ 

CP 24 



Some experiments on tuna fishing with 
a nev/ method in the Indonesian v/aters 

Extract of a paper published 
elsewhere in Indonesia. 



SJHs 



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SJÏÏ^sjh 



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FAQ 59/9/6434 



2(7)«64 



^Oükarno, R. (1958) 59-6061 

IP FC SthSess.Pap. (mimeo), IPFC/C3o /CP 



20 



•T'iij function and significance of fi&h- 
oulture in relation to the regional/ 
village economy 

ourveys tlie situation in Indonesia. 



Soesanto, V. ¿: ^'j-b^^-j..^ 

ÏÏ. Soebany (1958) 
IPFC 8th Sess,Fap. (mimeo) , IPFC/;^ / 

CP 10 
Craft and gear utilized in the 
Rastrelliger fisheries 



Refers to Indonesian fishery. 



oJH? s.ih 



SJHîSJh 



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Soekarnoj R. (1958) 59-бОб2 

IPFC 8th Sess.Pap. (mimeo), IPFC/C58/CP 



SoesantOy V. (1958) 



59-6065 



12 
Fish production and fish trade with 

special reference to the areas of 

band jar and Hulu Sungai (South 

Kalimantan) 

A general review. 



IPFC 8th Gess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C': 

CP 11 
Rastrelliger landings 1954 - ''957 

Refers to Indonesian fishery. 



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Pahari, R. (1958) 59-6063 

I PFC 8th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C58/CP 



Г8 

i?ish production and consumption in 
West Java 



A general review. 



^58/ . 



SJHssjh 



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Schuurman, J.J. (1958) 59-6CÓ6 
IPFC 8th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C 58/ j 

The value of filamentous algae for tL?^ 
growth of Chanos chano s (Porsk) j 

A translation of Indonesian J.nat.o oi-i« 
112.:65-9, 1956. " i 



SJHísjh 



jiíii'' 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)^65 



Takayama^ S. (1956) 59-606? 

IP?0 Gth oess.Pap. (mimeo), IPFC/C58/ 

■TECH 8 
.."isLing Gificienty of otter trawl 



Ci. 



idcd v/ith a .kite 



59-6069 i 

(Card 2) \ 
vectors in Indonesia; App. В. : List. i 
of malaria vectors in the IPFC rerion^j Ú 
App. С. : List of literatures. | 



Model experiments \че conducted at a 
laЪoratory tanlv for years resulted in 
materialisation of a kite to Ъе 
reexported here. After successful field 
tests in Tokyo Ъау Ъу the R.V. TEITYO 
KARU (240 G.T.) of the Tokai Regional 
Fisheries Research Laboratory ^ the 
kite has been in commercial use in the 
East China (": Yello?/ Seas since 
ТсЪгиагу 1937. 
oJI-bst M 



З00ПС, M. К, & 59-6068 

A.E.O. Merican (l95ö) 
IFFC 8th Ses s .Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C58/ 

TECH 21 
The use of endrin as a piscicide in 
mining pools and fish ponds in Malaya 

Experiments demonstrate toxicity to 
Ophiocephalus striatuS ; in comjjarison 
v/ith other piscicides. Application 
to pools containing Cy cl о che il i cht hy s 
Qsteocheilus spp. 



So ris s jh 



"'iraatmadja, G. êc 59-6O69 

R. Djamhur (1958) 
JJ ;^C 8th Ses s, Pap. ( mime o 3 IFEC/C58/ 

TECH 20 



Relation between fish culture in 
ricofields and malaria 

A review of knowledge under headings;-: 
Malaria vectors ôz their breeding 
habitat s 5 Anopheles aconitus , most 
dangerous epidemic vector in rice 
fields areas J Experiences &. observatio 
observations concerning _А^ aconitus 

in 2 former malaria epidemic areas. 

Appendix A. z Synopsis of malaria 



SJH^DJh 



Djajadiredja, R.R. ^^ 59-607 1 

R. Amidjaja (195Ö) , ^ 

IPFC 8th Sess.Pap. (mimeo), IPEC/05S/ 
TECH 19 

Some observations on Chanos culture 

in fresh water 

Describes mixed culture in Indonesian 

ponds of _C^ chano s & Puntius 

.i a van i cus ô: other spp. 5 fertilization 

by sev/agOj food eaten^ yields 

obtained. 



SJHcsjh 



MF 



Tjiptoaminoto, R.M. & 59-6072 

M^. Sachlan (1958) 
IPFC 8th Sess.Pap. (mimeo), IPFC/C58/ 

TECH 18 
The transportation of Chanos 
f ingerí ings and their mortality 

Describes methods used in Indonesia. 



SJHssjh 



MF 



PAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)s66 



Doajadiredja^ R.R. (1958 
IFFC 8th Sess.Pap,(inimeo 



59-ÓOT3 
IPFC/C38/ 



Preliminary report on transportation 
of Cha no s finger lings v/ith aerating 
system 

Results of mortality experiments with 
fish in different water volumes. 



Я.тт.т„ r- 



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TTP 



Siviilingamj S. (1958) 59-607-'^ 
IPFC 8th Sess.Pap. (m imeo), IPFC/C38/ 

TECH 13 
General features and productivity of 
the \7adge hank 

Bionomics of the fisheries^ catches 
¿:. abundance J diurnal catch changes,^ 
migrations. 



SJH"SJh 



M 



Jvoostedjo, R. ^: 59-ÓO74 

Achjat (1958) 
'n^FC 8th Soss»Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/G38 / 

TECH 13 
Some statistical data on fisheries in 
Indonesia 

Consists of ¿some statistical data on 
the quantity f-z value of the 
cornm.ercial catch of hoth the sea S:. 
inland fisheries' production ¿: their 
value 5 the operating units c' fishermer 
engaged in the fisheries. 



Unar, M. êz 59-6077 

M. Sa Chi an (1958) 
IPFC 8th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C5 £/ 

TECH 10 
Common economic and comi.^ercial fishes 
of Indonesia 

Lists 5 in systematic order, spp. à 
their С0ИШ10П names, v/ith short 
description J (■' habitat notes. 



SJEisjh 



MP 



SJH^sjh 



MP 



Alirnad, H. (1958) 59-6075 

IPFC 8th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C5ú/ 

^ЕСЫ 14 
Reclamation of derelict water areas 
in East Pakistan 

A sum^mary of activities à progress 
made. 



SJHcsjh 



P 



Pathansali, D. & 59~607o 

S.M. Kong (1958) 
IPFC 8th SesG.Pap. (mimoo, IPFC/C5o/ 

TECH 3 
Some aspects of cockle ( Ana dar a 
granosa L. ) culture in Malaya 

C4ilture v;as introduced in 1948« 
Relevant biological aspects such as 
habitats breeding & growth are toucha, 
on. The fishery from the time of 
gathering of spatt to the collection 
of cockles for market is described. 
Estimate of yearly production - the 
economics of the industry; food value 
is compared v/ith that of other shell - 



РАО 39/9/6434 



2(7)367 



59-6078 
(Card 2) 
'isli S- beef & indicates that it is 
c^isap source of protein food. 



Lusyne^ P.A. (1958) 59-6080 

IFFC 8th 3ess.Pap.(mimeo, IPFC/C58/ 

TECH 26 
Considerations on fishermen's 
training 



SJIIo 



IJghiiy N.K. (1958) 59-60З2 

IPFC 8th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C3 8/ 

TECH 24 
Contrihution à l'étude du nuco-mam 
condensé au Vietnam ( Contrihutio: 

to the study of ''condensed nuco-marii" 
in Vietnam) 



3 JÏÏ z X 



Tran-Van-Tri (l958) 59-6083 

IPFC 8th Sess.Fap. (mimeo, IPFC/C55/ 

TECH 23 
The motorisation of fishing craft at 
Vi et -Ham 



SJH: 



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Crist jonsson, H. (1958) 59-6081 

FC 8th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IFFC/C58/ 



J..1 



TECH 25 

Underwater electric lamps for light 
fishing 



Teshima, K. (1958) 59-6OG4 

IPFC 8th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C5G/ 

TECH 22 
Fisheries finance in Japan 



ЯЛН: 



M 



SJH s 



MP 



^-0 59/9/6434 



lyiJ^ 



2(7):68 



59-6035 
IPFC/G50,' 



Зое jarv/idodo (1958) 
I PFC 8th SesG.Pap« (mim eo 

TECH 17 
Irelimiiiary experimentation on the use 
of coconut oil in canned fish and the 
suitahility of processing raethods 



Guri-ong, K. г-, al. (195Ö) 59-60G8 
IPFC Gth Sess.Pap.(niiïïieo), irFC/C5o/ 

TECIi 9 
Ilotes on fisheries technological 
research in Thailand 



SJI-Icz 



3JI 



Gunasekera- C. (195ü) 59~60G6 

IPFC Gth SeGS,Pap. (ni imeo), IF FC/C58/ 

TECH 12 
Utilization of fish liver residues 



Sulitj J.I. Ô:: 59-6089 

s.v. Laron (195Ö) 
IPFC 8th Sess. Pap. (mimeo), IPFC/C5G/ 

TECH 7 
Studies on the processing and storage 
of dried split-salted bisugo ( iTemi- 
pterus spp. ) 



SJHsX 



SJHsx 



Bisalyaputra, U. Í.. 59-6087 

1С. Suriyong (1958) 
IPFC 8th Sess. Pap. (mimeo ) , IPFC/C58/ 

TECH 11 



îlotes on tests in Thailand on the 
accGptaЪility of gccd quality fish meal 
for human consuinption 



Sulit, J.I., D.L. Calvea 59~^0.^'' 
Г: F.R. Gonzales (l95ö) ! 

IPFC 8th Sess. Pap. (mi meo), IPFC/CjO/ [ 
TECH _6 _ I 

Preparation of dehydrated fish meat 



SJHss 



oJHc^i 



PAC 59/9/6434 



2(7):69 



59-6091 



IPFC/C;3S/ 



Lafontj R. (1958) 

IPFC 8th Sess,Pap. (mim eo 

TECH 4 

Ilote sur la preparation de farine de 
poisGon à partir des résidus provenant 
de la fabrication des graisses de 
poissons d'eau douce du Cambodge: 
utilisation directe dans 1 'alimentation 
des volailles de la farine non 
deshuilée ( ÎTote on the prex>aration 
of fish meal from residues of the 
manufacture of fats from fresh water 
fishes of Cambodia с utilization of this 
fish meal before oil extraction for 
chicken feeding) 
SJH:x 



Miyamoto у H. 



59-6094 



Л.Т. Sharif f (195Ö) 
IPFC 8th Sess»Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C5ú,/ 

TECH 1 
Experiments on fishing net 
preservation 



SJHcx 



Hardjohutomo J H. (1958) 



59-6092 



IPFC 8th Sess.Pap. (jnimeo), IPFC/ G5e,/ 

TECH 3 
Lov/ering the solidification point of 
coconut oil 



SJHsx 



IPFC (1958) 



59-6095 



IPF C 8th Sess.Pap. (mimeo), IPFG/C53; 

^P о 
Report of technical committee II for 
the period between the 7th and 8th 
sessions of the council (as at ЗО 
September 1958) 



SJH: 



MF 



99-6093 



Scottp J.S. (1958) 

IPFC oth Sess.Pap. (mimeo), IPFC/C53, 
TECH 2 



Storaf-'e of dried fish 



ITielsen^ E.Steemann (1958) 59-6O96 
IPFC 8th Sess.Fap.(mimeo)^ IPFC/C5S/ 

7^:^ 7 

Communication concerning a central 
agency for '^4c determination 
(m.easurementc of primary production 
in the sea) at Charlottenlund Slot^ 
Denmark 



SJH3X 



SJH. 



M 



FAG 



59/9/6434 



2(7):70 



IFFC (195Ô) 59-6097 

IPFC G-bh Sess ,Pap.(mi meo), IPFC/C38/ 



Pieport on the status of the industry 

A reviev/;, by counting^ for the Indo- 
Pacific area;; with list of recent 
publications. 



SJIP.njh 



MF 



IPFC (I95Q) 59-6O9Ö 

IPFC 8th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C^S/ 

V.'P 11 
PiGport of the executive committee 



UH: 



MF 



IPFC (195S) 59-^099 

IFFC 8th Sess.Pap. (mimeo)g IPFC/C38 / 

"T 12 
Indo~Pacific fisheries year 



SJEi 



MF 



IPFC (1958) 59-6100 j 

IPFC 8th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C58/ ■ 

UP 13 
Projects and proposals related to the i 
Indo-Pacific region 



SJII: 




««* \ li«.«^ 



M 



FAO. Fisheries Division 
Economics Branch (l95ö 



59-6101 



IPFC 8th Sess.Pap.(rniméo), IPFC/C58/ 



:;P 14 

FAO Indo-Pacific training centre in 
fishery statistics 



SJII г 



MF 



IPFC (1958) 59-6102 

IPFC 8th Sess.Pap^minieo), I PFC/C58_Z 



VJ? 1^ 



Report of the Suh-comniittee on fish 
marketing - Review of government fish 
/aarketing activities in the Indo- 
Pacific region 



SJH'j 



MF 



FAÜ 59/9/6434 



2(7)"T1 



IPFC (1958) - 59-6103 

IPPC 8th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), I?FC/O^Q/ 

\iP 18 
Pecord of exchanges made by technical 
committee I in the inter-sessional 
period since the seventh session of the 
council with regard to the suhjects 
under discussion at the seventh sef/sion 



SJll?. 



i'.dl' 



1РГС (1958) 59-6104 

IPFC 8th Sess.Pap. (m imeo), IPFC/C5u/ 

v;p 19 

Questionnaire on odihle molluscs 



SJH; 



MP 



IPFC (1958) 59-6106 

IPFC 8th Sess.Fap. (mimeo) IPFC/C5S/ 

':jt 23 

Symposium, improved types of fishing 
from small mechanised boats 



SJII2 



M 



IPFC (1958) 59-6107 

IPFC 8th Sess. Pap. (mimeo), IPFC/C58/ 

'vp 24 

Report of the chairman of the v/orking 
group on fishculture in rice fields 



SJH: 



F 



IPFC (1958) ~ 59-6105 

IPFC 8th Sess. Pap. (mimeo), IPFC/C58/ 

ÏÏP 20 
FAO fisheries activities in the region 



3JII; 



MF 



•Schuster 5 V.".H. (1958) 



59-61 



IPFC Sth Sess. Pap. (mimeo) , IPFC/C5S/ 

vjp 25 

Synopsis of hiological data on milk- 
fish _СЬлпоз _chanos (Porskal)j 1775 

1st draft summary '' reviev/ according 
to standard pattern of information 
accumulated in Species r-. Stock 
Thesaurus of FAO Fish.Div.^ Biology 
Branch, .ее also 585782. 



SJH: sjh 



MF 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)c7; 



IPFC (I95ß) 59-6109 

IPFC 8th Sess.Pap,(mimeo)i> IPFC/C38/ 

YTP 26 
Report of the work of the Hilsa suh- 
committee during the period after the 
7th session of the Indo-Pacific 
Fisheries Council 



SJH: 



MF 



FAO. Fisheries Division (1958)59-6110 
IPFC Öth Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C58/ 
Ш 27 



Note on the present position regardin,^^ 
the development of a surf going heach 
landing fishing hoat in India 



SJH: 



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Miyamoto, H. (I958) 



59-6111 



IPFC 8th Sess.Pap, (mimeo), IPFC/C58/ 

Th"e organisation of the central 
fisheries technological research 
station, Cochin, India and outline of 
the programme of work in the station 



Henderson, C.R.." al. (1959) 59-6112 
Biometrics , 15И92-218 
The estimation of environmental and 
genetic trends from records suhject 
to culling 

2 methods for separation of genetic à 
environmental time trends are 
presented (■• compared. The reason the 
.classical approach to this prohlem 
yields Ъiased estimates is described 
in standard terminology. 1st method 
is ill. v/ith a numerical example ¿: 
partial examination of a set of data 
is used to ill. some of the assumption^ 
''': the estimation of parameters. 
FAO ;: crh G 



SJH; 



Baltus, E. (1959) 



59-6113 



Bio chim. hiophys. Acta ^ 33 ;- 337-9 
Evolution de 1 'aldolase dans les 
frag-ments anucléés d ' Acetahularia 
(Evolution of aldolase in enucleated 
fragments of Acetabularia ) . En 

Measurements of aldolase activity in 
enucleated fra^^iients of A, mediterranes 



have shovm that this enzyme can be 
synthesized in the cj^oplasm of the 
algae in the absence of the nucleus. 



FAO ° eb 



M 



Heydorn, A.E.F. (1959) 59-6114 
Invest. Rep. Div. Fish« S.Afr. , (36):55 p. 
The South African pilchard ( Sardinops 
ocellata ) and m.aasbanker ( Tra churus 
trachurus ) - The Chaetognatha off the 
west coast of the Union of South 
Af r i ca 

Hydrography of area° occurrence '''■ 
distribution of Sagitta spp. , their 
association with water types cc 
occurrence of pilchard eggs;, possible 
harmful predatory activity. 



FAOcsjh 



M 



FAÜ 59/9/6434 



2(7)ЛЗ 



Barnesj H. (1959) 59-6115 

Ganad. J. Re s . (Zool. ) с, 37s231~6 
Stomach contents and microieeding of 
some common cirripedes 

An account of the stomach contents of 
some common harnacles incl. intertidal 
&'. suЪlittoгal spp. V.'ith some spp. a 
particle size analysis was роз81Ъ1е on 
a pooled sample of stomach contents. 



Laird, И, (1959) 

(Zool. ) 



.59-61 1c 



Ganad. J.rLes 



FAO с hr 



II 



., 37:283-8 
Caliperia hrevipes n.sp. (Ciliata 



Peritricha) 5 epizoic on Raja erinacea 
Mit chill at Saint Andrev/s, l-Iew 
Brunsváck 

2 adults of the common skate ¡, or 
toЪacco ЪоХ;, trav;led in Passamaquoddy 
Ъау5 N.B. 5 in June 1958^ Ъоге myriads 
of peritrichous ciliates on л about 
the free ed¿;es of the c^ll filaments. 
The morphology of these epibionts 
refers them to the genus Caliperia . 
Comparisons are drawn between these 
organisms c- ¿llohiophrya dona ci s 
Chat ton ô: Lv/of'f", 
FAO: ml П 



Barnes J H. 



59- 



•611 



Baviesj D.i'I. V'1959 







59-5119 



M. Barnes (1959) 
Cariad.J.Res. (.C^ool. ) , 37=237-44 
The naupliar stages of Bal a nus 
hesperius Pilshry 

The details of morphology of the 
naupliar stages of JB^ hesperius 
descrihedj the material being referable 
to the forma laevidomu s of Pilsbry. The 
general pattern of development conform.s 
to that of other nauplii •. is 
remarkably similar in all balanids. 
Tables of sizes c- setation are given. 



6 
,re 



Ganad. J. Res>( Zool. .) ^ 3.7 053-69 
The parasitism of black flies (Dipt era 
■Simuliidae) by larval water mites 
mainly of the genus Sperchon 

Larval sperchonid hydracarinay 
possibly Sperchon jasperensis Marshall 
parasitised adult simuliids in Canad.a. 
All stages of the v/ater mites virere 
found during the sunraer. Larval mites 
gained access to adult black flies as 
they emerged. Parasitism occurred from 
.^rrinp: until fall. 



PAO hb 



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Myers, B.J. (1959) 59-6117 

Ganad. J. Res. (Zool. ) ^ 37 . 2.45 - 6 
Parasites' from Elasmobranch hosts from 
the Ilagdalen islands region of the gulf 
of St. Lav^rence 



A list of spp. of Cestod< 

'■" liematodes parasites of 

R. ocellata , R. rad.iata ^ Lamna nasus ;" 

S Q ua lu s a ca nt hia s . 



Trematodes 
л a laevis. 



Myers, B.J. (1959)^ 59-6120 

Ganad. J. Re s. ( Zool. ; , 37-378 
The stomach contents of harp "seals 
(phoca gröcnlandica Erxleben) from 
the Ilagdalen islands y Quebec 

Of the 195 adult individuals examined^ 
the stomach of 107 contained CI upe a 
harengus ,. flatfish^, Sebastos m.arinus , 
Glyp t oc ephalu s су no gl о s su s , Hippo -- 
gloG soldes plateGSoide_s •" Aphrodita sp 



FAO : lir 



FAO с hr 



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PAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)-74 



DeV;itt¡, R.M. f:. 59-6121 

■7. С Sloan (1959) 
Anim.E ehav, , 7(l-2)"öl-4 
Reproduction in Physa pomilia and, 
Helisoma duryi 

Piesults of studies on these herma- 
phrodite aquatic pulmonate snails from 
Florida of the relation of age at 
maturity ¿z пшпЪег -'" viahility of е£г^з 
per individual to the existence of 
opportunities for cross-fertilization. 



SJEcsjh 



Sutherland;) 
Anim.Behav. 



ÎÎ.S. (1959) 

, 7(1-2)-, 111 



59-6124 



Clark J R,B, 
Anim.Behav. 



(1959) 
_,, 7(1-2) ;:05-9O 



59-612: 



The tubicolous habit and the fighting 
reactions of the polychaete íTereis 
pelágica 

Laboratory study of events occasioning 
aggressive behaviour à method of 
fighting when one of these marine vrormt 
attempts to occupy the tube in which 
another is living. Comparison with 
habit of other spp. of the genus. 



SJHcsjh 



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Trotter^ J.R. (1959) 

Anim.Behav. , 7(1-2)^107 

An aid to field observation 



59-6123 



111. description of a portable Ô. stable 
instrument y clockwork, v;hich permits 
automatic recording of the time at 
which field observations are noted by 
pencil on a moving paper strip. 



SJHisjh 



A test of theory of shape 
discrimination in Oc topus vulgaris 
Lamar к 

Short version of paper read at Joint 
Meeting of Association for the Study 
of Anim.al Behaviour ^ the Experimental 
Psychology Group at Cambridge, 26-27/ 
3/50^ describing a hypothetical 
mechanism 7- its test by experiments 
involving discrimination training on 
different pairs of shapes. 



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■/ells, M.J. (1959) 59-6125 

Anim.Behav. , 7(1-2)^111-2. 
Tactile discrimination in Octopus 

Short version of paper read at Joint 
Meeting of Association for the Study 
of Animal Behaviour c. the Experimental 
Psychology Group at Cambridge, 
26-27/3/58;; describing experiments on 
discrimination of pairs of objects by 
blinded animals, indicating that this 
animal learns to recognise objects by 
characteristic frequencies their 
surface textures produce in the arm 
nerves, " that the integration of work 
performed by the brain is relatively 
simple. 
SJHssjh 1 



59-6126 



Mansfield, A.:". (1959) - 

London, Z.H. S.O. 

The breeding behaviour and reproductible 

reproductive cycle of the weddell 

seal 

Deals with the breeding behaviour 
of m.ature cov/s of Leptony chotes 
weddell i Lesson, &■■ is based on 
observations at Signy island in the 
South Orkneys during 1932-53. HI. 
with photographs, maps, '\ diagrams. 



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ii^AO 59/9A434 



2(7)=75 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6127 

Research, Lond. , 12 241-2 

V.'ater Pollution Research LaЪoratory 

Note on work of this British laboratory', 
on non-foamini2; detergents ¿i the 
effect of increased radio-activity on 
fish &. aquatic plant s ¡, v/ith ill. of 
aerial photographic method of studying 
distrihution of river vegetation. 



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Le Cren, Е.Б. (195S) 59-6130 
J.Anini.Ecol. , 27^287-334 
Observations on the grov/th of perch 
( Perca fluviátil is L. ) over twenty- 
tvro 3/ears v.dth special reference to 
the effects of temperature and 
changes in population density 

A detailed statistical analysis is 
presented^ v/ith observations also on 
food c^ fecundity changes^ se:: 
differences in growth^ effects of 
intensive experimental fishery on the 
characteristics of this stock are 
described. 
FAO:sjh F 



O'Gower., A. г:. (1959) 



59-6128 



Pro с. Linn. S o с. Lond. , 8з(388) c245-50 
?he oviposition behaviour of Aedes 
australis (Erickson) (Diptera,, 
Culicidae) 



A studjA of the interaction of factors 
on the selection of an oviposition 
site by the sp, shov;ed that the 
preference for a moist ^ porous surface 
over a free J v/ater surface so 
influenced the oviposition behaviour 
that texture J reflectance ¿-. salinity 
had little effect upon it. 



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J3avies, L. c": 59-6131 

CD. Smith (1958) 
J.Anim.Lcol. , 27:335-48 
The distribution and grov/th of 
Pro simuliujTi larvae (Dipt era г 
Simuliidae)" in hill streams in 
Northern England 

Describes certain features of 
altitudinal distribution of P. 
hirtipes Ù Tj_ inf latum ■''■ hypothesis 
is put forward to explain them. 



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59-61 



29 



Lundin, S.J. (1959) 
Eiochem. J. , 72:210-4 
Acetylcholinesterase in goldfish 
muscles - Studies on some substrates 
and inhibitors 



Electrometric measurements of enzyme 
activity in Carassius aura tus. 



Gilchrist» Б. 



(1958) 



59-6132 



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J.Anim.Ecol. , 2 7:: 402 

J_A key to the British species of 

f r e s hwa ter Cl a d.o с e r a/ 

Eeviev; of 59-2632. 



FAQ с 



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2(7)c76 



KimmiiiG, D.E. (195Ô) 59-6133 

J,Anim.Ecol. , 27^402-3 
l_k key "to the adults and nyraphs of 
British stone-flies (Plecoptora) 

Reviev/ of 59-5479« 



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V/ickstead, J. (1959) 
J.Anim.Ecol. , 28(1). 69-72 
A predatory copepod 



59-6134 



Study of plaiilcton samplec from 
Singapore area;, biology of Canda cia 
bradyi A. Scott which preys on 
chaetognathSj particularly" Sagitta 
enflata Grassi, 



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V/eatherley, A.H. ( 19:^9) 



59-6135 



J.Anim.Ecol. , 28(1): 73-87 

Some features of the hiology of the 

tench Tinea t in ca (Linnaeus) in 

Tasmania 

Reviev.'- of hiology of the sp. Aquarium 
tests of lethal tem^peratures;; 
tolerance of CO2 f' salinity^ food <"• 
feeding;, determined by stomach contentii 
'^" Ъу experiments;; grov;th ratej 
condition factors. 



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Duncan, C.J. (1959) 59-6136 j 

J.Anim.Ecol. , 23(1):97-117 ¡ 

The life cycle and ecology'" of the j 
freshv/ater snail Physa fontinalis (L.)' 

General account of biology of this 
pulmonate in Stanmore pond у Middlesex^ 
with s]jecial reference to reproductive 
cycle. 



SJÍI: sjh 



P 



Crispj D.J. (1959) 



59-6137 



J.Anim.Ecol. , 28(1 ):1 19-32 

The rate of development of Balanus 

balanoides (L. ) embryos in vitro 

Laboratory studies ^ indicating 
relation of rate of development to 
tempe rature J íc respiration rates. 



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Guthrie^ D.Lî. (1959) ' 59-^138 
J.Anim.Ecol. , 28(1 ):. 141 -52 
Polyi'norphism in the surface v/ater bugs 
(lîemipt .-Ileteropt ; Gerroidea) 

iiany spp. exhibit a bimodal poly- 
m-oriDhism of the alary apparatus y с- 
occur commonly as small , isolated 
populations convenient for study. The 
present work describes an investigation 
into the determ.ination oc maintenance 
of this poljTiiorphism in 3 spp. of 
Gerris. 



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Le Сгепр E.D. (l959) ■ 59-6139 j 
J.Anim.Eco l. , 28(1) -157-9 ; 

¿On the dynamics of exploited fish 



(1959) 



59- 



6142 



-Т 



populations/ 
lleviev/ of 581530. 



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Marshall;, 1Т.Б. (195! 

J.Anim.Ecol. , 28(1)„166 

_^Key to "the names of Lritish fishes^ 

mammals ;, amphiЪians and reptile^s/ 

Reviev/ of original puhlication bj 
R.D. Macleodj 1956? London у Pitman, 
71 p. Scientific names are considered 
in the 1st part of the Ъоок^ the 
common names in the 2nd. "The meaning 
f-, derivation of these names are given 
as far as they are known j but before 
this comes an introductory section 
giving the purpose "■. plan of the 
Ъоок;, some grammatical principles /!; 
some account of the origins of 



Varley^ G.C. (1959) 
J.Anim.Ecol. , 23(1 )n 60-1 
/_Animal ecology toda_¿7 

Review of 585666. 



59-6140 



59-6142 
(Card 2) 



scientific ^ common names. 



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Nichols, D. (1959) 59-6141 

J.Anim.Ecol. , 28(l):l62-3 
_/_Treatise on marine ecology and 
paleoecology. I. EcologyT" 

Review of 5832II. 



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Rounsefell, С A. Л 59-6144 

J.E. Evan?. (1958) 
Spec, sei. Rep. U. 0. Fish V/ildl. Serv. , 

(270)^57 P» ~" 

Large-scale experimental test of 
copper sulfate as a control for the 
Florida red tide 

Ahout 16 square miles stretching 
along 32 miles of shoreline from 
Anclote Kej/ to Pass-a-grille Beach, 
off St. Tetershurgj Florida j v/ere 
dusted Y.'ith copper sulfate (CuSO^* 
5Ы2О) at ahout 20 pounds to the acre 
Ъу crop-dusting planes. Changes in the 
concentrations of the red-tide 
organism /are descrihed. 
GLIC:rar M 



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U.S. Bureau of Commercial 59-6145 ■ 
Fisheries. Branch of Economics (1 95 ö) 

Spec, sei. Hep. и , S. Fish 7,"il o.l . Serv. ^ t 
(277)-:311 p. ' ^ 

Survey of the United States shrimp 

industry - Vol. I 

A comprehensive examination of the 
shrimping grounds J vessel construction 
fishing operations, fishing costs^ 
processing plant efficiencyj 
processing costs^ trends in 
distrihutiony packaging,^ storing, 
shipping^ per capita consumption ^ - 
prices 5 v/holesalingy retailing, 
merchandising, c. consumer pref erenjces. 



Gucnthcr, IÎ.7. (?", al. (1959) 59-61 4S 
i Spec. sei. Rep. U. S.Fish Wildl. Serv. , 
' (296):10 x^ 

Etiology of sockeye salmon "virus" 

disease 



Violent epÍ7.ootics among hatchery 
fingerlings, Oncorhynchus пегка , 
caused Ъу a filterable agent have 
occurred. One source of filterable 
agent was found to Ъе adult sockeye 
viscera used in the diet. Infection 
may he transmitted to fingerlings from 
a water supply to v/hich adults 
have access. 
GLKsrvc- MP 



59-6145 
(Card 2) 
Chapter on conclusions ic 
recommendations. Particular reference 
to Pena eu s г- also Pandalus ^ Cr a go ^ 
Crangon Í: Palaemonetes spp. , on 
Atlantic & Pacific costs from^ gulfs 
of Panama c: Mexico to Alaska ^^- liev/ 
England« 



Buss, K. (1959) 

Penn. Angler ; 28(4) 1 C-9 

Bottled trout 



59-6149 



A popular description of the use of 
32-02 polyethylene hottles to 
incubate trout eggs for experimental 
purposes. 



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Lennon, P.E. &• 59-6147 

P.S. Parker (1958) 
Spec, s ci. Rep, и. S.Fish Y/ildl. Serv. , 

(280);11 p. 
Applications of salt in electro- 
fishing 

Describes efficiency of rainbow 
brook trout capture by electrofishing, 
in salted & salt-free sections of 
large ¿; small 5 high &. lo\?, cold ic warm 
streams of high resistivity in 
southern Appalachian mountains. 



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Moran, P. A. P. (1959) 59-6150 

Aust.J.biol.Sci. , 12s109-l6 
The theory of some genetical effects 
of population subdivision 

Effects of subdivision into partially 
isolated subgroups are considered in 
2 particular cases. A probability/ 
model is studied in which the sub- 
populations are of finite size with 
migration betv/een them. In the 2nd cas 
case a deterministic model is studied 
in which there arc 2 subpopulations in 
which selective forces are equal à 
opposite. 
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Maurin, С, (1959) 59-6151 i 

3ci. Pêche , ( 67-63 )í 11 p. I 

Premiers résultats des recherches j 
effectuées par le PP.ESIDEiTT THEO БОНЕ 
TISSIEPl sur les fonds chalutaЪles de 
la Médit erranné occidentale j 

(First results of the research carried] 
out by the PRESIDENT TIISODCRE TISSIER 
on the trav^-ling grounds of the V.'estern 
Mediterranean) 

A report on general features of the 
trav/1 fishery on the French coast of 
the Mediterranean^ results of trawling 
experiments on the Catalan coast of 
Spain, southwest region of the gulf of 



Lion, Marseille, Ligure 



59-6151 
(Card 2) 
Provençale 



coasts, Gulf of Genes с Corsica« As 
a result of the ohservationc made it 
was concluded that trav/ling is 
possible in depths of 200 ¿- 700 m. 



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Mann, K.ÏÏ. (1959) 
Proc. zool. Зое. Lend. 



59-6153 

_, 132вб9-79 

Qn Tro che ta bykowskii Gedroyc, 1913 s í 
leech new to the Pritish fauna, with 



notes on the taxonomy and ecology 
other Erpohdcllidae 

Taxonomic description, anatomy. 



of 



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Beck, E.G. ¿z 

V/.M. Beck, Jr. 
Bull. Pia S t. Mu s. 



(1959) 



59-6154 



. 4(3):85-97 

A checklist of the Chironomidae 
(insecta) of Florida (Diptera: 
Chironomidae) 

An annotated list of 110 spp. of 
which 79 were descrihed from îTorth 
America J 9 of them, from Florida, 18 
from Europe, 3 from Central or South 
Am.erica, ^^ one from. Asia. Incl. 
information on geographic -"- annual 
d.istrihutions of adults. 



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Okada, Y. à 59-6155 

S.S. kuhota (1957) 
Jap. J. Ichthyol., 5(3-4-5-6) ; 143-5 
Description cf a new fresh water cat- 
fish; Coreohagrus ichikai , with an 
emendation of the genus Coreohagrus 
Mori 



F 



Okada, Y. & 59-61 56 

S. kuDota (1557) 
Jap. J. Ichthyol. , ,6(4-5-6) cl 2С-3О 
The mingling fishes in eel-culture 
pond examined concerning the salt and 
fresh water adaptabilities - I. 
Preliminary consideration for the 
decision of the experimental 
m.aterials 



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Baylor J S.R. Sz 59-6157 

F.E. Smith (1957) 
4n" 5o4170s21-35 
Diurnal migration of planlcton 
crustaceans 

A critical literature reviev/., mth 
detailed reference to experiments with 
Daphnia magna. 

FAOcsjh HF 


Tiersma^ C.A.G. (1957) 59-6160 

"In" 584170-143-59 

ileur omu s cul ar m e chani sm s 

A critical literature review-, v/ith 
reference to crustaceans.^ molluscs, 
ochinoderms, annelids, coelenterates 
'/ tunicates. 

FAOjsjh MP 


Passano, L.M. (l957) 59-6158 

"In" 58417007-49 

Prey-predator r.e cognition in the lovier 

invertebrates 

A critical literature reviev/^ v/ith 
reference to carnivorous molluscs ^ 
polychaetesj echinodermsj c: 
coelenterates. 

FAOiGjh MF 


"elsh, J.H. (1957) 59-6161 

"In" 584170^161-71 

lïeurohormones or transmitter agents 

A critical literature review^ with 
special reference to studies of 

Venus mercenaria 5 Sesarma reticulata,, 
Gallinectcs, Hactra, Octopus, Loligo^ 
Ensis^ Mytilus Г- Carcinuso 

FAO^.sjh MP 


Pringle, J.ÏÏ.S. (1957) 59-6159 
'•'In" 584170399-115 
Myogenic rhythms 

A critical literature reviev;, with 
reference to fishes c, molluscs с 
crustaceans. 

FAOcsjh MF 


Kleinholz, L.H. (1957) 59-6162 
"In" 584170^173-96 
Endocrinology of invertebrates, 
particularly of crustaceans 

A critical review of literature, v/ith 
particular reference to studies of 
Carcinus, .FalacmoneteSv Carcinides, 
Leander, Crago , Uca^ Camharus ^ 
Pachygrapsus, Astacus, Homarus . also 


to Ciona., Phallusia •-■-. some gastropod 
molluscs. 

PAO: sjh IvîF 



PAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)c8l 



Scheer^ В. T. (1957) 59-б1бЗ , 

"In" 5Ö417O2213-27 j 

The hormonal control of metaholism in ,' 
decapod crustaceans 

1 

A critical reviev/ of literature, ^.ith ( 
reference to Panulirus , Cancer ç, 
Hemi^^rap sus c, Callinectes, Uca, Carcinus 
HomaruG J 



Leander J Gamharus c. Asta cus. | 



Krijgsman;, 5. J. "'■. 59-^166 

N.E, Krijgsman (1957) ¡ 

"In" 584170:277-86 j 

Some features of the physiology of j 
the tunicate heart j 

A critical reviev/ of literature > withj 
detailed reference to experiments 
with Ciena, Ascidia cc Poly ci tor. 



FAO:;sjh 



MI 



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Rohertson, J.D. (1957) . 59-61 64 j 
"In" 5341 70 'J 229-46 \ 

Osmotic and ionic regulation in 
aquatic invertebrates 

A critical review of literature 5, v/ith 
reference to many crustácea c, molluscs ^ 
cephalopods c-. other invertebrates , 
Detailed data for m.any commercial spp. ^ 



incl. Cancer, HomaruSj iTephrops 




Hartinj A.\7. (1957) 59-6165 

"In" 584170;247-76 
Recent advances in knowledge of 
invertebrate renal function 



A critical reviev; of literature^ "v.dth 
reference to Ano d ont a ^ Octopus y 
Cambar us с. Нота г us ^ Ра1аспоП ; Sepia ^ 
Carcinus i, Cancer Í: Palaemonctes . 



FAO-jsjh 



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Sramek-Husek; R. (l957) 59-6167 
I.iém.SoG. gool. tchecosl. ., 21 (2) :. 159-^3 
К rossireni a ekologii Tropo cy clops 
prasinus na MoravS' (Onthe 
distribution and ecology of T'ropo - 
cy clops prasinus in Moravia ) 



Toker^ H, c':, 

K. I7uhrmann ( . ^ 
ReVoSuisse Zool., 



59-6168 
057) 

64(ll):-253-62 



Die Reaktion der Bachfauna auf 
Gev/ässervergiftungen (The 

reaction of river fauna to water 
pollution) 



F 



I'AÜ 59/9/6434 



2(7):82 



p]lectror:io aj^paratus for Ъ:1с1о;-дса1 ' 

researcii 



Uells, M.J, & 59-6170 

J. ■.ells (1957) 
J.exp.Biol. , 34(4)^69-77 
Repeated presentation experiments and 
the function of the vertical lohe in 
Octopus 



К 



:7ells, n.J. Л 59-6172 

J. "Veils (1958) 
J. охр. Biol. , 35(2):337-48 
The effect of vertical lohe removal 
on the performance of octopuses ir- 
retention tests 



M 



Croghanj 
J. exiD.Biol. 



P.C. (195Q) 

35(l)::213-8 



59-6173 

The survival of Artemia salina (L. ) 



m various media 



MP 



""."ell s y M.J. &. 

J. iTells (1958) 
J.exp.Biol. , 35(2): 324-36 
The influence of preoperational 



59-6171 



Anonyr.aous (1957) . 59-6174 

Pro¿:;r.Rep. Seikai ref;. Fish. Res. Lah. ^ 



demarsal fish 



training on the performance 
octopuses follov/ing vertical 
removal 



lohe 



1956 cl -111 
Tae investigations of 
roGcurcec in the East China and the 
Yellow Seas - (4) 



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2(7)283 



Ferguson;, F.F.;, J, Oliver- 



59-6175 



Gonzales i: J.R. Palmer (1958) 
Mev . J . trop .Med . Ilyg. , 7(5):491-3 
Potential for Ъ1о1о£1са1 control of 
AustrгlorЪis glabra tus .; the inter- 
mediate host of Puerto Rican schisto- 
somiasis 

HA 27(2)80k. Pro¿^ress of scheme to 
introduce the snail Marisa cornuarietis 



as an agent to control Austral orhi s . 
Of 10 ponds in which IJariBa was 
successfully estahlishedp G were 
originally infested with _Aç_ "lahratus 
c: in all of them this sp. had 
disappeared after 2 years. 

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Dollfus, R.P. (195Ô) ■ 59~6l7i 
Ann.Parasit .hum. comp. ^ 33(3) ^227-31 
Sur ivîacraspis cristata (ü. С. Paust et 
CG. Tang 1936) Н.Г, Manter 1936 et sur 
une emendation d'un accipitriforme 
d'Afrique occidentale 

cristata (E.G. Faust -' C. G. Tang 1936) 
H. ".7. Hanter 1936 and on an emendation 
of an accipitriform of 'vVest Africa) 

HA 27(2) :82d. Identifies 2 vmole 
specimens í: a number of fragments 
collected from the gall-hladder of 
Must e lus ( Cynias ) canis off the coast 
at Dakar. Descrihes the morphology. In 
a note added in proof records 



^'/еЪЪор G. С: . . 59-61 7ö 

А. S. Msangi (195Ö) 
Ann. trop. Med. Parasit. , 52(з)с302-14 
Observations on three species of 
Bul i nu s on the east coast of Africa 

HA 27(2)85k. Prolonged observations 
on a number of v;ater bodies in the 
Tanga districts Tanganyika. 3 spp« 
of EulinuS ; all belonging to the sub- 
genus Physopsis were found in these 
habitats " observations on their 
biology are recorded. Incl. age 
composition of snail populations 
throughout the year^ incidence of 
trematode infections ^ ability to 



59-6178 
(Card 2) 
withstand desiccation à probable 
survival of trematode infection. 



F 



59-6176 
.(Card 2) 
Bcoliodon terraenovae c.. Rhinobatus 



Smithers. S.R. (l95ö) 



59-6180 



с em i cuius as new hosts of Macraspi; 
cristata. 



Ann, trop. Med . Parasit. , 52(3)^315-9 
At t emitted control of Bui i nus 
seneggalensi s Müll er ^ a vector of 
iSchistosom.a haematobium in the Gam.bia 

HA 27(2)351. Reports results of field 
experim.ents in the use of sodium 
pentachlorophenate as a molluscicide 
against Bj^ senegalensis in latérite 
pools in the Gambia. 



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2(7)-^84 



Dollfus, R.P. 



A. Capron (I95Ö) 



59-6181 j 



Ezzat, M.A.E. 



G. Tadros 



Bull« Inst. f rang. Afr. noi re 



2C(2) 

Trematoda Dif:enea) 



P. Li. I.A. El Halim- (l95o) 



59- 



■6184 



311-9 



Un AephnidiOjirene s 

chez un ЬаЪгах (Serranidae) du Sénégal 
(An Aepi'inidior;enes i, Trematoda Digenea^ 
from a ЪаЪгах ^ Serranidae ^ 01 Senegal) 

ÎIA 27(2)97d. Discusses the known sp. .-:f 
Aephnidio¿-enes " ill, & describes 
A« Senegal onsis n.sp. from L_^ punctatu c 
at Dakar. The 1st sp. of this genus 
to be recorded from a host other than 
a member of the Pomadasyidae C- a new 
geographical record. 

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Human schistosomes and other 
tremátodos in sea-lions ¡, Zalophus 
cal if ornianus from Giza Zoological 
Gardens. Ar 

HA 27(2)99a. Report for the 1st time 
the fi:rding of Schistosoma haematobium 
''■ ^ mans о n i -^ . of Heterophyes 
heterophyes in sea lions. 



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Blanc, M. i: al. (1958) 



59-6I8Í 



Bull . Ins t . franc . Af r . no ir e , 20(2): 634-74 
Recherches sur la prophylaxie de 
1 'oncho cerco se en A.O.F. ~ I. Etude 
hydrobiologique de la Bougouri-Bâ et 
essais de désinsectisation 
(investigations on the prcph^^lcixis 
against onchocerciasis' in P.W. A« - I, 
Hydrobiological study of the Bougouri-B<â 
river and oxporiments of eradication oí 
the insect) 

HA 27(2)97e. Detailed account of 
investigations into the problem of 
preventing onchocerciasis along the 
course of the Bougouri-Bâ river in 
French West Africa. After describing 



(1958^- 



Gaud, J. (I95Ö) 59-6185 

Bull. -.Vor Id Hit h Org. , l8(5-6):751-69 
Rytlir^.es biologiques des mollusques 
vecteurs des bilharsioses. Facteurs 
saisonniers et climatiques influençant 
le cycle de reproduction de Bulinus 
truncatus et de Planorbarius . 
motidjensis en Afrique du Hord 
(Biological rhythms of mollusc vectors 
of bilharziasis. Seasonal & climatical 
factors influence the reproduction 
cycle of Bulinus truncatus & Planc r- 
bariu.s_ metidjonsis in North Africa")" 

HA 27(2)1030. Seasonal ¿ climatic 
factors have an action on vector 



59-6182 
(Card 2) 
the topography of the area thej'' preseni 
the results of thoir physico-chemical 
studies of the local v/aterSj tabulate 
à discuss its piscine fauna, c. then 
proceed to a detailed discussion of the 
biology ¿c ecology of the local sp. of 
Simulium . Description of experiments 
on the eradication of the sinuliid 
vectors by the use of larvicides. 



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59-6185 
(Card 2) 
biology. 2-year study of Bui inus 
showed life span can be up to 21 
months. There is a close parallel 
betv/een growth c. fecundity^ ^f: imter 
temperature. 



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:(7)c85 



Malek, A.E. (l95ö) 59-6187! 

Bull.-orld Hlth Orp:. , 18 (5-6). 735-81 8 
Tact ore concIitionin¿^ the habitat of 
oilharziasis intermediate hosts of the 
family Planorhidae» Fr 

HA 27(2)l03e. Altitude does not affect 
planorЪid distriЪution. Temperature 
has little effect Ъut does affect 
reproduction. High turЪidit7 of water 
is an unfavouraЪle factor аз are also 
s\7ift currents which Eulinus can with- 
stand better than Biomphalaria or 
Physopsis» Moderate pollution by human 
à animal excreta is a favour in£; factor. 



59-6189 
(Card 2) 
is largely confined to stagnant or 
slowly flov.dng streams f the snail 
prefers polluted Y/ater. An abundant 
growth of unicellular algae is 
essential to the establishment of 
hreedinr; colonies. 



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P 



Harry J H.".". ¿z 



59-6188 



D.V. Aldrich (195З) 
Bull. '"'or Id Hlth O rg. ,■ 1 8 (5-6 )i 81 9-32 
The ecology of Austral or hi s gl abra tus 
in Puerto Rico. Pr 

НА 27(2)l03f. The vector of Schistosome 



59-6191 
18(5-6) [895-908 



mansoni infections has an irregular 
distribution. The incidence of the 
disease is highest in the low-lying 
alluvial area s J although stream 
gradient is not the only factor 
favouring snail infestation. 



Barbosa, P. S. '■ 

L. Olivier (1958) 
Bull.ÏÏorld Hit h Org, 
studies on the snail vectors of 
bilharziasis mansoni in north- 
eastern Brasil. Pr 

HA. 27 (2) 103h. In NE Brazil ScMgtosoma 

mansoni infections are transmitted by 
Australorbis gl abra tus í:. Tropicorbis 
centime trails. 



sha 



"ha 



P 



Watsonj J.M. (1958) 59-6189 

Bull.Y /or ld Hlth Or g. , 18(5-6): 833-94 
Ecology and distribution of Bul i nu s 
trun ca tu s in the Middle East, ".'.ith 
comments on the effect of some hujnan 
activities in their relationship to the 
snail host on the incidence of 
bilharsiasis haematobia in the Middle 
East and Africa. Pr 

HA 27(2)l03g. A survey of factors 
affecting the vector distribution over 
an area of several millions of square 
miles 5 with an especial comparison of 
the conditions in the valleys of the 
Hile г- Tigris-EXiphrates. Infestation 



Buttner, A. (1958) 59-6192 

Bull.V/orld Hlt h Org. , 18(5-6)3909-29 
Le complexe 'mollusque-schistosome ' 
au Brésil ( ''.'.''iio "sohistosome'' 



сюш-:'1е: 



Brazál 



En 



НА 27(2)1 03i. There has been a rapid 

invasion by Schist о som.a mansoni . 

2 spp. of Planorbidae^ Australorbis 

glabratus à A^ centimetrali s 

are responsible J the former in The 

south c- the latter in the north-east- 



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P 



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2(7):86 



59- 



ïïrightj v.'. II. ;; CG. DoЪrovolny 
¿z E.G. Беггу (195Ô) 

18(5-б):9бЗ--74 



61 S3 



Bul 1 . ÏÏo г 1 d _ Hl t h Org. , 



j-i — y ■>- , ^ - . . . 

Field trials of vc',rioiis molluscicides ¡ 

(chiefly sodium pentachlorophonate) foi' 

the control of aquatic intermediate I 

hosts of human hilhar3ia:;is. Fr 

IIA 27(2) .,031. Field trials of 3G j 
chemicals as molluscicides were 
conducted in various states of Brazil ^ 
&. a pilot trial of an area 25 ßq.km 
was carried out in Egypt V7ith sodium 
pentachlorophenate. 



sha 



Marill, F.G. (1958) 59-6196 
Bui 1,70 rid Hit h Org. , "l о ( 5 -6 ) . 1 064-7 
Sur les variations de la composition 
chimio_ue de l'eau et les variations 
d'a'ûondance de B ulinus trunca tjus 
Audouin (On the variations of the 
chem.ical composition of Y/ater <". the 
variatio..'S in the alrrndanoe of 
'"•ulinus trunf-atus Ai 



LanoiX;, J.îi. {lyO'-^J 
Bull.'.orld Illth Ore-. 



(1958^ 



59-6194 

P l8(5~6):1011-35 

Relation hetween irrigation engineer inl- 
and hilharziasis. Fr 



НА 27(2)1030. Points out that spread 
Ъу irrigation is the most menacing 
feature of the Bui i nus problem ro- 
stres ses that wherever po'jciûlc the 
irrigation channels should he lined. 



idouin) 



ЫА 27(2)1031.1. A survey of a siphon 
well ■'' a halancing tanlc in the Oran 
area revealed the presence of Bulinus 



^^hy£ 



Melanopsis spp, 



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P 



Alve: 



(1958) 



3^- 



■6197 



Eull.^orld Hlth Org. , 18(5-6) :1071 
Chemical constituents of surface 
Y/ater in Southern Rhodesia 5 v/ith 
special reference to the molluscan 
vectors of hilharziasis 

HA 27(2)l03v. 41 samples from snail- 
free Y/aters shov/ed high magnesium & 
loY/ calcium content. 73 samples from 
snail-infested waters Y/ere usually 
polluted with human excreta. 



;ha 



Marillj F.G. (1958) 59-6195 

Bull.' .' orld Hlth Org. , 18(5-6) CIO57-64 
our l'appréciation comparative de la 
richesse des gîtes en mollusques 
fluviátiles notamment en Bulinus 
truncatus Audouin (On the 
comparative appreciation of the 
abundance of mollusk layers river wit 
special regard to _B. ;bra iica/bus Au':~o"^i 

HA 27(2) 103t é Ckrried out a surveyy Ъу mcan^ 
of hcme-fnade snail traps у of a small area 
of water ahout 35 km south of Algiers 
A numher of snails were found incl. 
Bulinus spp, ;, Planorharius ; Physa ^ 
Lymna ea ¿. Ancylus. 

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F 



Huhendick, В. (1958) 



X 



59-6198 
Bull.'ïorld Hlth Org. , 18(5-6)31072-80 
Factors conditioning the habitat of 
freshwater snails 

HA 27(2)103y/. Limiting the concept of 
habitat to that part of the 
environm.ent Y/hich affects the snails 
more or less directly c: to Y/hich the 
snails give an ecological ¿:. 
physiological response. The ecológica L 
requirements of the different spp. 
Y/hich in the main have a Y/ide 
ecological tolerance j differ 
quantitatively rather than 
qualitatively. 

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2(7):87 



Hiller, G.G. (I95G) 59-6199; 

dissert, Ab str. , 13(2) :702 
Digenetic trematodes in Louiciana 
fresh-v/ater fishes 

I-IA 27 (2) 11 2a. 19 spp. of dicenetic 
trematodes - representing 11 fcirailies 
-•"- 17 genera - were collected during 
the years 1954-57 from 629 fresh-v.-ater 
fish -- 14 families J 21 /-enera Л. 31 
spp. - in Louisiana. These are listed« I 
The hiology ¿' ecology v/ere also 
studied. 



xiartm. 



(195Ö) 



59-6202 



sha 



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Komiya , 



al. (195Ö) 



59-6200 



Jap. J. med. Sei. Biol . , 1 1 (l-2) ■ 15-20 
The molluscicidal effect of sodium 
pentachlorophenate and calcium 
arsenite on Oncomelania hupensis ^ a 
snail host of Schistosoma дар о ni cum in 
China 

HA 27 (2) 122a. The latter compound j 
heing insoluble 5 may he more useful 
v^hen adjacent v/ater is used for fish 
culture. 



:ha 



F 



J.Parasit. , 44(3)': 305-1 о, 319-23 
The life histories of some íía\7aiian 
heteronhyid trematodes 



HA 27(2)l2Gf. Snails collected in 
ditches around taro patches in Oahu 
were examined, _ ( [en t r о о e s tus fornjcsanus 
"'■ j^a'Plp.^^'-^b.i s уоко5:а'л^1 were founu in 
St G no m^ e 1 a n i a nc\ 7Comih_i ^ _H._ ta i chu i in 
Та г chía i-;r:-inif er a .-";, S t ella nt cha smus 
fai ça tus in hoth the snails. Studied 
life-histories L gives descriptions 
('; measurements. H^ taichu i was 
established naturally in C-ambusia 
aff iniS s, ilollienesia f orm-osuSg rarely 



Ï 



59-6202 
(Card 2) 

Mugil cephalus Í- experimentally 
in Cara s s iu s aura tu s , H. yokogav/ai 
experim.entally in Ciarlas fuscuS y c- 
S. falcatus naturally in M^ cephalus 
C_. formo s a nu s m.etacercariae were fou 
i^ .2j_ affin i s 3 Xiphox^horus helleri í 
ê: occasionally in |_L_ cephalus . 
Experimentally infection was 
successful in goldfish. 



nd 



sha 



Fotedar^ D.IT, (l958) 59-6201 

J. Helminth. , 32( 1-2 ) :, I-I6 
On a nev; caryophyllaeid cestodoc, 
Adenoscolex oreini gen, et sp.nov. 
from fresh-v.^ter fish in Kashmir j and 
a note on somiO related genera 

HA 27(2)l26a. Described ¿z figured from 
Oreinus sinuatus in Kashmir j belongs 
in the Capingentinae c; is similar to 
Pseudolytocestus. 



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IJovahj G.E. &, 59-6204 

A.G. Pilipenko (1958) 
Med.Parazit.Eolezni :, 27(3) :'2б4-70 
(Study of Opisthorchis infection and 
its control in the Sumy region of the 
Ukraine). Pu En 

HA 27(2) 133b. The centres of infection 
are situated near rivers cc are 
maintained by the local custom of 
eating raw, slightly , salted fish. 



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I 



FAQ 5^^ 



9/9/6434 



2(7)': 88 



Razumova, E.P. (1958) 



59-6205 



lled.Parazit.Boleani , 27(3)г271-5 
(The epidemiology of Diphyllobothrium j 
infection among v/ater transpori: \гуогкегв| 
and their families). Ru En i 

Î 

liA 27(2)1330. Village near lake Ladoga 
was examined. Infection did. not depend j 
on occupation hut on the uñe in food 
of raw pike roe & roce to a maximum in | 
spring during spa;^ing of the fish. 



Yamaguti, S. (195Ö) 



59-6208 



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Righy.j J.E. & 59-6206 

D. Rawson (1958) 
Nature, bond. , l82g121-2 
A nev; type of early cysticercoid stage 
in a cyclophyllidean oestode 

HA 27(2)1356« Descrihes a pre-cystic 
cestode larva from the pulmonate snail 
Oxychilus cellarius . Older cysticercoid^ 
resemble closely those of Choanotaenia 
infundihulum. 



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F 



Velasquezj CG. (l958) 59-6207 
Pro с. helminth. Soc. ïïash. , 25(2) "91-4 
Notes on Azygia pristiporaai Tuhanguij 
the' genus Azygia and related genera 
(Digenea: Azygiidae) 

HA 27(2)l47"b. Amplifies Tuhangui's 
description of Azygia prist ipomai . 
i.Iaterial was collected from Therapon 
ar gent eus Sc a fresh-water fish 
comm nl y called ' ayungi n ( Ta ga 1 о g ) ' . 



2 ha 



Puhl.Seto mar.hiol.Lab. , 6(3)^369-84 
Studies on the helminth fauna of., 
Japan - Part 52. Trematodes of fishes, 
XI 

HA 27 (2) 149a. Aerobiotrema 
m.uraenesocis nog. p n. sp. is described 
f" figured from the air-bladder of 
Mura ene s ox cinereus ; Op eco élus lateo - 
labra ci s n. sp.j from the small 
intestine of Lateolabrax japonicus ; 
0. sebastisci n. sp.j from the small 
intestine of Sebastiscus marmoratus ; 
0. pagrosomi n.sp.., from the small 
intestine of Pagrosomus unicolor^ 



59-6208 
(Card 2) 
Cpegaster crypto cent ri n. sp. ,. from 
small intestine of Crypto centrus 
fil if er : Biovarium lateolabracis n.sp, 
from small intestine of Lateolabrax 
.japonicu sç Dipl opharyngot rema lateo - 
labracis n<.g.<, n.sp.j from small 
intestine of L_^ .^japonicus :, Pseudo - 
siphoderoides hapalogenyos n. g. ^ n. sp. 



from small intestine of Hapalogenys 
sp. ; 6: Pro sorhynchus crucibulum 
jap о ni cum n.subsp. 
myriaster. 



from Conger 



ilm 



MP 



Sparks 5 A.K. c: 



59-6210 



V.E. Thatcher (1958) 
Trans. Ame r. mi cr. So с , 77(3)с287-90 
A new species of Stephanostomглn 
( Tr ema t о da , A ca nthocolpidae) from 
marine fishes of the northern Gulf of 
Mexico 

HA 27(2)l64d. Record of a nev/ sp. of 

Stephanostomimi ; G« interruptum n.sp. 
from Eairdiella chrysura ^ Plier opogon 
undulatuS p Gyno s ci on nebulosus с: 
О cyuru s chrysurus from the Gulf of 
Mexico. Described à ill.^ à compared 
with 2 most closely related spp. 5 S. 
cloacum ^■ - S. elongatum . 

cha M 



FAC 59/9A434 



2(7)"89 



Martinj W. clz 

А.Ы. Banner (1958) 
Trans. Am er. mi СГ. Soc. ^ 



59-6211 



77(3) 



304-6 



Tile effect of poisonous fish upon 
intestinal parasites 

ЫА 27(2)1 64g. Laboratory rats c\ cati 
infected experimentally v/ith knov/n 
numbers of metacercariae of Centro - 
cestus formosanus . Investigated tlie 
possible antlielmintic effect of 
Lutjanus bohar . 



sha 



, К 



East Africa High 59-6214 

Commission (1959) 
Jinja^ U.'^;anda ; 48 p. 
East African Fisheries Research 
Organization annual report 1958 

Lists staff P/. publications Рл gives 
general account of v;ork of the 
Crgani[jation during 1958. Incl. 
articles 59-6215 to 59-6219. 



SJHssjh 



F 



Agapova, A.I. (1958) 59-6212 
Trud.Inst.Zool. , 9.25-31 
(Peculiarities of the parasite fauna 
of fish acclimatized in the \7ater 
reservoirs of Kazakhstan). Ru 

HA 27(2)l65d. ITo abstr. 



Corbet^ P.S. (1959) 



59-6215 



R e p . E . Af r . Hi gh Comm . , 1958:21-37 
The food of non-cichlid fishes in 
lake Victoria 

Suranary of data v/hich vail be 
published later in full. Deals v/ith 
Eagrus d. о cma^ с ^ II о r my r u s kannume ^ 
Ciarlas mossambicus ^ Schübe mystus , 
Protopterus aethiopicus . For each sp. 
gives stomach contents., size range of 
fishj changes in food vdth habitat ^ 
size¡, age of тооПу type of bottom^ 
lake or stream. 



SJHi s jh 



Sidorov5 E.G. (1958) 59-6213 
Trud.Inst.Zool. ,; 9:: 32-41 
(Parasites of fish in the river Hura 
and the Hurinsk v/ater reservoir). 

Ru 



van Someren^ V. D. 



HA 27(2)1650« Lists, with notes on hosts 
& frequency J 25 trematodep 5 cestodOc, 
4 nematode f/: 1 acanthocephalan spp. 
from 261 fish - belonging to 12 spp. - 
Specimens, probably Asymphylodora 
demeli v/ere found, in Rutilus r utilus 
aralensis. 



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59-6216 
P.J. V/hitehead (1959) 
Rep ■ E. Af r . High Comm . , 19583З8-4О 
Hot es on the culture of Tilapia nigra 
(Günther) in ponds 

Deals v/ith grov/th after maturity of 
males in monoculture 5 influence of 



v/ater depth 
Kenya. 



clarity on grov/th in 



SJHssjh 



P 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)290 



J 



Cridland, ce, (i 959) 59-6217 
Rep , E. Af г . lîifi'h Comrn , , 1958s41-2 
Laboratory experiments on the grov/th 
of Tilapia spp. 

Study of T_^ aillii ., T» es oui enta r, 
describes experiments of temperature 
relations on ¿Towth in former sp. ¡, 
grov/th after m.aturation t;; size of 
eßßQ in relation to grovrfch of the 
latter. 



Bunt y J . S . 
Na tur e 



(1959) 59-6220 

bond. ; l83s1541-2 

Marine studies in the inshore waters 
of Antarctica near Mav/son, 1956 



SJH:sjh 



F 



Simpson^ J.R. &■ 59-6218 

Б. Butters (1959) 
Rep, E.Afr. High Comm. , 1958s 43-6 
A pot test study of the effect of lake 
mud as a fertilizer 

Reports experiments at Kav/anda» 
test crop Y/as millet. 



SJH^sjh 



Preliminary notes on investigations j, 
made June 1 956 - February 1957? i^i 
MacRobertson Land, on water 
chemistry J temperature j plankton^ & 
submarine solar radiation. 



CTLKc\7ad 



M 



Fitter, R. S. (1959) 59-6221 

London,, 7. Collins 9 Sons &. Co. ^ 320 p. 
The ark in our midst с the story of 
the introduced animals of Britain - 
birdSj beastsj reptiles¡, amphibians^ 
fishes 



MP 



Hunro, H. (1959) 



59-621 



Rep. E.Afr, High Comm. , 1958c 47-8 
The growth of a lungfish in 
captivity 

Growth in London o- Italy of a captive 
Protopterus aethiopicus brought from 
lake Victoria.;, kept for a period of 
over a year, comparison with grov.rth in 
the vàld. 



Skidmore, P. (1958) 
Manchester s Flatters 



59-6222 
Garnet t, Ltd. 



20 p, 
Britis.i insects; a simplified key to 
the orders 



SJHcsjh 



P 



F 



PAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)^91 



Wynne-Ed\vards , V. С. (1959) 59-6223 
Nature, Lond. , 183:1420- 
The Pimiipedia 

Review of 58371 3. 


Brattström, H. (l959) 59-б22б 1 
Nature, Lona. ^ .l83r145ô 1 
Pogonophora in the Hardangerf jord j 
Western Norv/ay 

A report on the occurrence there of 
what appear to Ъе 2 spp. ., one of 

which is similar to Sihoglinura 
elcmani. 

1 
1 
i 


GLK; M 


! 

Í 

Í 

GLK:wad M 


Balfour-Browne¡, P. (1958) 59-6224 
London,; Bernard Quaritcli, 21 Op. 


Rohackp S.S. (1958) . 59-6227 
Notul.nat.Acad.Philad. c, (304)^5 p. 


British v/ater heetles 


Results of the Catherwood Foundation 
Peruvian Amazon Expedition. A new 
genus and species of Tendipedini from 
PerUy with some observations on 
related genera 5 Dipt era ^ Tendipedidae 
(_ Chironomidae) j 

! 


F 


F 


Jackson., D.J. (1959) 59-6225 
Nature , bond. , 1 S3 : 1-420-1- 
British water heetles of the' family 
Hydrophil ida e 


Ahhott, R.T. (1958) 59-6228 
Notul. nat.Acad.Philad. , (305)c4 P» 
A new recent species of Tudicula j 
from Zc.nzihar (Gastropoda; Vasidae) • 


Review of 59-6224. 


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! 

1 

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GLli: F 


M 



F.10 59/9/6434 



2(7)^92 



;I,ÎI. , Jr. (195Ö) 



59-6229 



IJotul.nat.Acad.Pliilad. , (307);10 p. | 



Russell 
Nature „ 



Lond. 



(1959) 
103^651 -2 



.9-6; 



:■ nov7 Gra.yfishes of the genus 
i . rocambarus ■ from South Carolina and , 

1 ..-or ci:. 
1 

! 

M 

i 


Bathyscaphe F.II.R. S. Ill : 

i 
Lists dives - places^ dates ^ depths ~ ' 
with some notes on observations made. 

G.LIC:sjh M 


Cairnsy J. y Jr. ¿: 59-6230 

A. 3cheier (1958) 

•i;otul.nat.Acad.?hilad. , (308)г11 p. 

The effects of temperature and hardness 

cf water upon the toxicity of zinc to 

the pond snail, Physa heterostropha 
/ '-i \ — 


Spooner^ G.I.!. (l959) 59-6233 
ITature, Lond. 5 1СЗПб95-6 
Ilev/ members of the British marine 
bottom fauna 

Account of studies in progress of 
small benthos in sea-bed gravels of 
Plymouth area. Ilany pygmy spp. ;; 
references to 3 spp. of Acochli- 
diacea (Gastropoda^ holothurian 
Leptosynaptaj mites (lialacaridae) 
amphipods. Zoogeographical dis сизо ion. 

GLI'Cisjh M 


?ov/ler, II.^Y. (1958) 59-6231 
Ilotul.nat. Acad.Philad. 5 (310):1б p. 
Some по\7 taxonomic names of fishlike 
vertebrates 

i 

MF 


Anonymous (1959) 59-6234 
Nature, Lond., 183з 1723-4 
Directory of natural history and 
other field studies 

Review of directory published by 
British Association for Advancement 
of Science 5 v/hich incl. reference to 
aquatic research in field ": 
laboratory-j underv^ater sv/imming,, etc. 

GLKcsjh MF 



?V^C 59/9A434 



2(7) 



iOwy, J. 



59-6235 



Б, M. Millman (1959) 
:uature, Lond, , 183:1730-1 
Coiitri ctioii and relaxation in smootli 
r.iUücles of 1а,те111ЪгапсЬ molluscs 



-ixp Griment s witli anterior byssus 
retractor of Ilytilus , 



ПТ -r c, ^.l-. 



Dahl, E. (1959) 59-61. 

nature, Lend. , l33 1749 
The amphipody Hyperia ^alba, an 
ectoparasite of the jelly-fish;, 
Cyanea capillata 

Study of neraatocysts in 25 specimenLj 
from Bergen, Norv/ay., Тахопоку. 



GLKcsjh 



van Someren, V.D. &. 



P.J 
it 



-tehead (1959) 



59-6236 



re, Lend« , 183:1747-8 



Methods of marking Tilapia spp. (Pisces: 
Cichlidae) 

Account of fin clipping - incl. 
observations of regeneration - c-, tagging 
methods used for _Tç_ nigra in Kenya ^ 
T» spp. in lake Victoria, c: also Laheo 
с Barhus, 



GLZ::sjh 



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Y.atts, J. CD. (1959) 59-6237 

nature, Lond., l83c174o-9 
Seasonal and tidal fluctuations in the 
trawl catch.es from the Sierra Leone 
river estuary 

Harking experiments on various (unnamed) 
spp. I seasonal changes in catch per 
unit effort'^ relations of catches to 
water opacity. 



GLKiSJh 



MF 



59-62.'^^ 



Dav/bin, V.'.H. (1959) 
nature, Lend. ., 133; 1749-50 
Evidence on grow"ch-rates obtained 
from tv/o m.arked hujnpback whales 

Data from 2 marked whales caught in 
Cook strait, l'îew Sealandj results 
compared with baleen plates ■" ear 
plugs. Maturity sises f.: ages. 



- -J y 



GLK-sjh 



M 



Hatherton, T. í: 

R.II. Orr (1959) 
nature., Lend . , 1 o3 s 1 7 6O-I 
Microseism.s at Scott Base 



59-624C 



PiscuGses observations related to 
océanographie conditions in Ross Sea 



GLKesJh 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)^94 



IJliAí' (1959) 

Sampl« УеагЪ. I» C.IT.Á.F. 



59-6241 • 
2(1957)^69 p. \ 



Gives tables of length c: a{^e frequency ' 
distribution of samples of cody haddodc 
'"■ redfisli from catches by ICITAF member 
coMxitriGS using various gears. 
Introductory analysis of sampling 
distribution method. Incl.also 59-6242 



59- 



■6243. 



sjh 



ÎÎ 



Clark, J.E. à 



59-6242 



S.L. Dietsch (1959) 
3ampl.Yearb.I.C.iLA.F. , 2( 1 957 ) :25~37 
Length-weight tables for ITorthv/est 
Atlantic haddock 

Tables of measurements ¡, by months ("; 
area subdivisions., of Fiel ano grammus 

map J diagram.s of seasonal 



aeglef inus -; 
chanrce 



bibliography. 



SJn:sjh 



M 



Foul s en ^ E.M. (1959) 
Sampl . Yearb . I. С H. A. F. , 
Co''". samples from 1956 



59-6243 
2(1957)^39-53 



A critical examination of length 
r.ieasuremients of Gadus callarlas 
published in 581478. 



3JÏÎ: sjh 



FA. 59/^6434 



Vivier, P. (1959) 59-62/..; 

Bull . Inf. C o ns. su p. Pêche , (36): 18-25 
Les effets de la pollution 
industrielle ou urbaine sur le 
poisson et sur la rivière (The 
effects of industrial and urban 
pollution on fish and rivers; 

A general reviev; of the subject. 



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Sommani, E. (1959) 59-6245 
Bui] . Inf. Cons . sup. Pêche , (36) с 26-30 
Introduction en Italie des boites 
d 'alevinage; application^ limites 
et possibilités du système 
(introduction in Italy of fry boxe s j 
use^ limitations and possibilities of 
the system) 

Considerations on the use of the box 
in regard to different types of 
streams 5 their temperature;, à volimie 
of v/ater. 



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Anonymous (l959) 

Hey/ Scient. , 5:1062 

Trout research in Scotland 



59-6246 



Notice of the 10th annual report of 
the Supervisory Committee for Brovm 
Trout Research in Scotland. 



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2(7):95- 



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iiar-u^ С. Y.', y Jr. (1959) 59-6247 
Bull. Fla S t. Mus. , 4193-205 
vue ostracodG of the genus lint о c,y the re 
froTà the lower Chattahoochee-Flint 
hacine v/ith a review of the occurrence 
of the ¿jenus in Florida, and 
descriptions of tv/o new species 

Incl. a key to the sp.j a survey of 
their ranges, a list of their crayfish 
'hosts' (i-. description of Ent осу there 
.-'^ G op hi la c. E_^ torreya spp.nov. 



FAC ? hr 



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Ball, J.N. (195Q) 



m 



Thesis, Univ. of Liverpool 



59-6240 

U.E. 



The Diology of the hrovm trout of Llyn 
TeíTid 



F 



Jofferies^ B.J. (1958) 



59-6249 



Univ. of Liverpool ^ U.K. 

Thu ecology of r'alaemonetoG var ia n s 
(Leach) 



Miller, U.C. (I95Ö) 



59-6250 



Thesis, Univ. of Liverpool.; U.K. 
StLidies on the nudibraiichiate 
mollusca of the isle of Man 



Я 



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el-Y7akeel, S. К. (195Ö) 



59-625 



Thesis, Univ. of Liverpools, U.K. 
Chemical and mineragological studio. 
of recent marine sediments 



ВагЪег, H.A. (1957) 59-625? 
Thesis, Univ. of Liverpool, U.K. 
The phy-..iology of Equisetum limosuiT: 
with special reference to its gaseoi'S 
exchan/^e 



F 



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9/9/643^ 



2(7)^96 



Hopsonj A.J. 
ThesJGg Univ. 



(1957) 59-6253 

of Liverpool^ U.K. 



The biology of the Manx sijecies of 
Galathea 



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Sinhaseni, P. (1957) • 59-6254 
Thesis, Univ. of Liverpool;; U.K. 
Studies in the determination of hiolog 
Ъ1о1оЁ1са11у important trace 
constituents of sea v/ater 



M 



Peru. Consejo de 59-6255 

Investigaciones Hidrohiolo£Ícas(l958. 

Lima, 26 p. 

Informe anual correspondiente al ano 

I95Ö (Annual report for 1958) 

Reports on environmental;, biolo^'ical 
¿: sta-tistical studies^ cooperation 
v;ith international bodies ^ research 
programme for 1959? projected research 
vessel & Peruvian institute of marine 
sciences 5 regulations of the anchovy 
fisheries^ etc. 



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V/hitford^ L.A. Ô 59-6256 

E.G. Phillips (1959) 
Science , 129с9б1-2 
Bound phosphorus and grovrth of 
phytoplanlzton 

Жо correlation v.^as found betv/een 
phytoplankton pulses in 4 Korth 
Carolina ponds {■ variations in bound 
phosphorus. It is concluded that the 
interaction of a сотф1ех of chemical 
¿: physical factors produces both 
seasonal fluctuations <?-. sporadic 
blooms of phytoplankton. 



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Anoni^-mous (1959) 59-6257 

Hey; Scient. , 5 г 949-50 

Reaching for the v/ealth of Canada 

Note on proposed exploitation of oil 
deposits in the Canadian Arctic, incl^ 
maintenance of ice-free lagoons by 
use of compressed air. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6258 

ITew Scient. , 521332-3 
V/ildcats in the Persian Gulf 

Incl. reference to establishment of 
off-shore oil drifting platforms 
in v/ater deeper than 15 fathoms in 

Persian Gulf. 



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2(7)^97 



Hose, S.M. (1959) 59-6259 


D'Ancona, U. (l959) 59~б2б2 


Science, 129с102б i 


ITature, Lend., 183:; 1405 


Failure of survival of Dlowly (^roxilnß 


Old and new solutions to the eel 


members of a population 


problem 


Aq.uari-um observations on the survival : 


A criticism of 59-2477. 


of young Tanichthys albonubes ¿. ВагЪие 




tetrazona indicating that larger 




animals may completely suppress the 




grov/th of smaller ones eventually 




kill them by a v/ater-horne inhibitor ^ 




c: suggesting that under natural 




conditions of very high reproduction- 




only the more rapidly grov/ing v;ûuld be 




able to survive. 




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GLK MP 


Clarke^ A.H., Jr. io 59-6260 


Tucker ^ D.T;. (1959) 59-6263 


R.J. Menzies (1959) 


Nature J Lend. 5 183:1406 


Science, 129s1026-7 


Old and nev/ solutions to the eel 


ITeopilina (Vema) ewingi^ a second 


problem 


living species of the paleozoic class 




Monopla cophora 


A reply to 59-6262. 


In Dec. 1958 "tke Lament Geological 




Observatory research vessel VH'.IA 




dredged 4 specimens of Monoplacophora 




from the Peru-Chile Trench off 




northern Peru. The specimens are 




considered to represent a nev; subgenus 




r sp. с ITeopilina (Vema) ewingi^ c: the 




discovery suggests that more relict 




types may exist alive in the deep 


GLK г MP 


59-6260 


Anantaraman^ S. (1959) 59-б2б4 


(Card 2) 


îîaturc , Lend. . 1 83 :; 1 407-8 
Metacercaria (Allocreadioidea) in the 


sea off Central c': South America, 




planktonic ctenophore., Pleurobrachia 




globosa Tioscr 19035 from the I.Iadras 




coast 




Contents as per title. 


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2(7)^93 



It a zana с, Y. 



Nature;, Loncl. , 



(1959) 

l83c140G-9 



59-6265 



Influence oi temperature on the 
number of vertebrae in fish 

Describes the results of experiments 
in raisin^j Channa ar^s at different 
constant temperatures. 



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(1959) 

Lone]., 183.: 1409 



59-6266 



Smith J I. "7. 

¡Tature 

Vibrio spp, in finnock from the 

Aberdeenshire Бее 

A report on the occurrences of a 
Vibrio in young sea trout p Salmo . 



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Hove, 0. (1958) 59-6267 

Oslo , IC9 p. 

An outline of Norv/egian education 

Incl. note on the schools for sea- 
manship c: fisheries - location„ entry 



rule! 



curriculum. 



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PaloumpiSj A. 



(195Ö) 



59-6268 



lov/a St.C oll.J.3ci. , 32(4)^547-61 
Responses of some minnows to flood 
and drou{j'ht conditions in an inter- 
mittent stream 

Experimental sam-pling of fish in 
Squaw Creek 5 lov/a. Length ¿ age^ 
distributions of some spp.^ 
particular reference to Cyprinus , 
Semotilus , IJotropis c":. Pimephales spp. 



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Muncy, R.J. (195Ö) 59-6269 

Iov;a St. Coll. J. So i., 32(4^563-71 
Movements of channel catfish in Des 
líoines river 9 Boone county, Iowa 

Study of tagging i; electric fishing 
experiments with Ictalurus punctatus . 



SJn?s3h 



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(1953^ 



Owenj J.D. (I950J 59-6270 

Iowa St. Coll. J. S ci. , 33(1):91-102 
The erosion-littoral zone of llorth 
Twin lake 5 and its relation to 
dredging 

This zone of an Iowa lake is an 
important spawning Í. feeding area 
for game fishes. The main benthic 
organisms are mayfly ^ C'a e ni s , 
nymphs, ;" caddicoj Oecetis ^ larvae. 



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2(7)199 



Butchers R.'V. 
Hyd.robiolof;ia ^ 
An undescribed 



(1959) 59-6271 

12. '2 49-50 

species of Dunaliella 



from the Cambridge collGction of algae 

A description of Dunaliella bio culata 
sp.n. 



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Deflandrey G. c": 59-6274 

11. Deflandre-nigaud. (1959) 
Eydrobiologia , 12:299-307 
Dif flugia ? ra arina Bailey., une 
espèce oubliée p synonyme de Quadru- 
lella symmetrica ("."allich) ¡, 
rhizopode testacG d'eau douce - 
Remarciues sur la syctématicLue des 
ITebelidae ( Dif flugia ? marina 

Bailey 5, a forgotten species ¡, 
synonym of Qua drul Gila symmetrica 
V'allich, rhizopod tostacea of fresh 
water ~ Remarks on the systematics 
of ITebelidae) 

A discussion of the systematics of 



van Oye, P. (l959) 59-6272 

Hydrobiologia , 12.251-67 
Quelques Desmidiées dites Arctiques 
alpines des marais du sud-ouest 
d'Uvira (Congo Belge) (Certain 
desmids called Arctic-Alpine of the 
swamps of the southvrest of Uvira, 
Belgian Congo) 

A record of spp. with considerations 
on their geographic distribution. 



59-6274 
(Card 2) 
hebelidae " history & synonymy of 
Q. symmetr ica. 



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■6273 



Garrod., I). J. (1959) 

biydrobiologia , 12^268-97 

The growth of Tilapia esculenta Graham 



in lake Victoria 



An age c: growth study indicating that 
T. esculenta scales bear rings laid 
down as a reoult of breeding activity ц 
that the data can be fitted to 
Bertalanffy ' s equation of groivth. 



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Vaas, K.P., A. Vaas 59-6276 

":. van Oven (l959) 
Kydrobiologia , 12:30o-92 
Studies on the production and 
utilization of natural food in 
Indonesian carp ponds 

A very detailed account based 
primarily on comparisons of gu.± 
contents of Gyprinus carpió with the 
supply of natural food together with 
observations on the feeding of 
Lebistes reticulatus, Tilapia 



moi 



sambica ■". lîelostoma temmincki. 



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2(7)5 100 



т^ ?. H^^drog-raphic Office 59-6277 ; 

Üoeanographic Survey Branch (1957-) ! 

Tc ch.Rep.Oceanoft:r .Surv.res,l,Vash . , 155 Pv 

G :. oration Deep Freeze II j 195^-57 



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[J, So Ilydroüraphic Office ( 1957)59-6279 
Wasliinffton , 12 p. 
. . . Charts and publications for 
Ant .rctica operations 



59/9/6434 



Smith, F.G.W. & 

H. Chapin (1957) 1 

V/ashlngtont U.S.Govt Print^Off ., 18 p. j 
Farming for fishes 



U.K. Hydrographie 59-6280 ' 

Office (1958) 

London ! 

Catalog-ue of Admiralty charts and ; 

other hydrographie publications;, 1958- j 



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Hyde, R.C. (1958) 59-6281 

Bantu , 8?45-51 

Fish farming experiment at Tsolo School 
of Agriculture 

Description of the project Sc principal 
results ac-hieved -since 1953 • 



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Gallaisj J. (1958) • 59-6282 
Cah.d'Gutre-mer ^. 1 1(42) s 1 17-41 
La vie saisonnière sud du Lac Debo 
(Seasonr.l life south of Debo Lake) 

Description of the seasonal water 
budget of the area & its influence 
on the human activity including 
fishing on the region« 



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2(7)^101 



L:-,;;jon, U.M. (1958) 59-6283 

Af r.Stud ., 17(1 )s 21-7 
í:ii'¿ structure J migration and 
resettlement of Ewe fishing units 

Description of the changes in fishery 
X'Cjpulation in the Tongu district ^ 
caused by the modernization of fishery 
techniques. 



Lindloy, DoV, (1958) 

J. Amer. st atist о Ass. , 53 s 1049 

Finite queuing tables 

Review of 59-6285. 



59-6206 



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.Inonymous (1958) 59-6284 

Voz de Angola , 192s7 
valor dos produtos derivados da 
pesca alcançou em 1957 о seu mais alto 
índice (Exports of fish products 
reached a record level in 1957) 

Statistics of export-import of various 
fishery products. 



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Storeyj к. (1957) 59-6287 

Cire . n at .Hist »Mus . Stg.nf ord Univ. , 7 5 1-5 
Stanford University Theses, and i 

Dissertations of interest to' researchers 
in natural history ( systomaticsj | 
morphology J ecology J etc.) , 

An alphabetical author list, covering | 
the period 1892-1957. ' 



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R.N о Hazelwood (I958) 
New York, J. Wiley & Sons 
Finite queuing tables 



59-6285 
Inc. , 210 p, 



Abonnencj E. et al. (1957) 59-6288 
Paris, Ed.Larose , 278 p. 
Bibliographie de la Guyane Française. 
Tom. 1., Ouvrages et articles d.; langue 
française concernant la Guyane et les 
territoires avoisinants (bibliog- 
raphy of French Guiana. Vol. 1. Books 
and articles in French concerned with 
French Guiana and nearby territories) 

Lists references to books & articles in 
French concerned directly or indirectly 
with French Guiana from the end of the 
16th century to 1955« The volume is in 
2 parts, the 1st of which Is an 
alphabetical index of authors, & the 
2nd a subject- index. 

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.^iiucrlüoVQ, H. (1957) 59-6289 
Vo rof f onaturv/ » Vor . Osnabrück 9 28î 87-94 
i\'atur'\wissenschaft liehe Bibliographie 
.'iGs Osnabrückor Raumes (Bibliography 
cvi natural sciences of the Osnabrück 
region) 

This is the 1st part to be published 
of a series on the natural history of 
the Osnabrück region & its immediate 
vicinity. A beginning is here made with 
the litcraturt; of the general zoology 
00 of the Vertebrata of the district» 



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Pax, F. (1957) 59-6290 

Wroclaw , 184 p. 

Eibliograph-ïr of Silosian zoology , 
Part 3 (1930-1950) 



It is gratifying to note the appearance 
of the 3rd part of this useful bibliog- 
raphy. The 2nd part is rare & difficult 
to obtain, although a fev/ libraries 
possess a microfilm copy» 



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Boev; S.N., I.G. Galuzo & 59-6291 

E.V. Gvozdev (Ed.) (1957) 
Alma-Ata , 312 p. 

Lit..rature sur la parasitologic du 
Kazakhstan. Bibliographic analysée 
sur les parasites et les ma-ladies 
parasitiques de l'homme et des a-nimaux 
sauvages et domestiques (Literature 
on the parasitology of Kaze,idistan« 
Analysed bibliography on para.sitos and 
diseases of men and wild and domestic 
animals, caused by parasites) 

Published by the Zoological Institute 
cf the Academy of Sciences of Kazal±Lstar, 
& contains 1,365 titles, arranged 
alphabetically by authors. Nearly every 



>9Л/б''-34 



59-6291 
(Card 2) 

i torn is accompa,ni-.d by a more or los; 
detailed summary in Russian, &, there 
is a list of the scientific names of 
the parasites & their hosts, Sc a 
subject index of diseases caused by 
pa,rasites, & of protective measures 
used- aga,inst them. 



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Davis, M.T. (1957) • 59-6293 

Taxen , 6^161-82 

A guide and an analysis of Engler's 
"Das Pflanzenreich" 

A detailed table of the contents of 
"Das Pflanzenreich" under families^ 
listed alphabetically, supplemented by 
a systematic list of family numbers 
so far treated, as given in the 
foreword to the v/hole work in TV 45 
Musaceae I9OO.) an alphabetical list of 
authors, subdivided chronologically; & 
an index of Heft numbers 
order of issue 



chronologic?! 



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Macro, E. (1958) 59-6294 

Florida, Univ. Miami Press , 80 p. 
Bibliography of the Arabian Peninsula 

List of 2,380 titles. There is no 
subject. Supplements such vi/orks as 
H.V^. Haz.ard's bibliography of the 
same region, prepared under the 
auspices of the American Geographical 
Society & published in 1956. 



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DoWj R.L.;, DoMo Harriman Sc 59-^295 

L.W, Scattergood (1959) 
ComnuFishoRev . , 2l(5)s1-14 I 

The role of holding pounds in the Maine'; 
lobster industry 

Describes yearly & seasonal trends in 
К omr.ru s aiïiericanus fishery. History & 
operation of v/ater area for holding 
live lobsters^ their effect on the 
operations of the industry >; problems 
to be solved - effects of temperature 
& feeding on survival 5 conditioning^ 
die : ase p oxygen demand . 



Anonymous (1959) 59-^^, 

Comme Fish о Rev о , 21 (5) s 19-20 
California - Seasonal fishery for 
squid 

Contents as per title. 



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Dassow, J. A. (1959) 59-6296 

Cpmïïu Fi^sh . Rey . , 2 1 ( 5 ) s 1 5-6 
Technical note No. 53 - Utilization of 
sea cucumbers (Holotn urians ) as food 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6209 

Comm. Fish. Rev . ^ 19(5)^20 
Clams - New England hard clams thri'.'-o 
in Florida 



Incl. notes on their occurrence in 
N. Pacific & elsewhere. 



An experiment of the U.S. Bureau of 
Commercial Fisheries Biological 
Laboratory at Mil ford, Conn., & the 
State of Florida showed that Venus 
mercenaria will thrive. The clams grow 
about 5 times faster than clams grov; 
in colder northern waters. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6297 

Comm. Fish. Rev . . 21(5)И8-9 

California - Deep-v^ater trawling fleet 

Contents as per title. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-63ОС 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 19(5)c22 
Fishways - Fishways with steeper 
gradient to be tested at Ice Harbor Dain 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6301 

Comm. Fish. Rev. , 2^{^)%'^2 
Florida - University of Miami awarded. 
¿,Ta,nt for marino radiation resoarcii 

A ¿:,ra,nt Ъу the National Soamon 
Foundation of ÍH 2^000 to be used for 
basic research on radium distribution 
in the bottom sediments & the water 
above in the ■^''lorida Straits, the 
Bahamas, & ihe Caribbean area. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6304 ! 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 21 (5) s 25-6 _ 

Gulf exploratory fishery program - ! 
Trawlin¿, for midwator industrial fish j 
stoGi.cs between Mississippi Delta and ' 
Cape Romano J Fla (М. /v CrIgcIT Cruise 57)j 

1 
Contents as per title. t 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6302 

Comm. Fish .Rev . , 21 (5) s 24 

Great Lakes - Control measures in 

Michigan's Great Lakes streams to be 

continued 

To continue y/-: rk in controlling & 
destroying sea lamprey. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6305 

,QQJ^:!jILJ^ish_.Royo ç, 2 1 ( 5 ) í 27-8 
Menhadon - Atlantic fishery trends in 
1958 

Contents as p^r title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6303 

Comm. Fish. Rev . « 21 (5) f. 24-5 
Gulf exploratory fishery program - 
Efficiency of tra^yis versus baited 
tr£,ps in red snapper fishing on 
Campeche Bank (m/V SILVER BAY Cruise 15) 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-63C6 

Comm о Fish. Rev . , 21 (5) с 29-30 
North Atlantic fisheries exploration 
and gear research - Commercial 
quantities of butterfish and grouper 
found off Cape Fear^ N.C. (m/V, DELAWARE 
Cruise 59-2) 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonyruous (1959) 59-^307 

Comm. Fish. Roy . , 21(5)вО I 

North Paxific exploratory fishery i 
program - Fishing gear research planned i 
in Puget Sound (m/V JuHN lU СОББ Cruise! 
41) i 

Contents as per title» 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6308 

ConimoFish.Bev . , 21 (5) s 30-1 
Pacific oceanic fishery investigations 
Observations on California current 
extension in vicinity of Hav\^aiian 
Island continued (m/V HUGH M= SMITH 
Cruisu 50) 

Contents as per title. 



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59-6309 



Anonymous (1959) 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 2l(5)c31 

Pacific oceanic fishery investigations 

Tilapia rearing experiments continued 

Contents as per title. 



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4r.onyrnous (1959) 59-6310 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 2l(5)c32 
Pacific oceanic fishery investigations - 
Tuna resources survey in Marquesas and 
Tuamotu Islands area ended (m/V CHARLES 
H. GILB:JRT Cruise 43) 

Contents as pex title. 



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59-6311 



Sükolichj АЛ). (1959) 
Comm. Fish. Rev . , 2l(5)s32-4 
Pre.ctical method of preventing a 
pursG-scine net from sinking to its 
full depth 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6312 

Corruïi.Fish.Rev ., 21 (5). 35 
Salmon - Blood tests used to distinguish 
racial stocks 

The development of serolo^.ical techniques 
of identifying Forth Pacific Ocean 
high-sc-\s salmon stocks p.s to Asiatic 
or North A'iiorican origin. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6313 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 2l(5)?35 

Salmon - Salmon packers in Washington 

seek to lift ban on fish traps in 

Alaska 

Contents as per title <, 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-^314 

Comiri. Fish. Rev . , 21(5)»36 
Shad - Virginia and federal biologists 
cooperate on studjr of York River run 

Contents as per title. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6316 

Com ra. Fish. Rev . , 2 1 ( 5 ) s 40 
Washington - University of Washington 
avi/arded grant for fisheries research 

Two fisheries research grants that 
wil?. total nearly i» 120 ,000 over a 
З-З'вг.г period have boon received from 
the- National In&bitutes of Health Ъу 
txio College of Fisheries at the 
University cf Washington 9 Seattle. 
In the marine öacteria research ^ a 
typo culture collection of bacteria 
from marine plants & animals will be 
established & a logical system for 
their classification developed. 
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Anonymous (1959) 59-6317 

Co mm. Fish. Rev . , 21 (5) s 42 
International - Baltic Sea -Convention 
planned for protection of fish 

Contents as 



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Anonymous (1959) 

C omm.Fish.Rev ., 2l(5)¿38 

Virginia - Fisheries laboratory av/ardedl 

gre,nt for teacher training j 

i 

A grant to conduct a resea.rch i 

participation program for teacher 
training awarded by the national 
Science Foundation to the Virginia 
Fisheries Laboratory at Gloucester ; 
Point. i 



Anonymous (1959) 59-631 S 

Comim. Fish. Rev . , 21(5)г4б-7 
International - Internat iona.l Pacific 
Salmon Commission - Socke ye and pink 
salmon rcgul estions for 1959 

Contents as por title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6319 

Comm,Fish.Re\^ ., 2l(5)s47 
International - Intornational Wnaling 
Commission - Amendment to convention 
ratified Ъу Panama 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6320 ! 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 21 (5) s 48 ■ 

International - Marine biology studies 
in 195'V59 Antarctica program 

Contents as per title. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6322 

Comm.FishoRev . , 2l(5)s52-3 
International - Territorial waters - 
jjrixisn-L'arii&ii a^r cement on Faroe 
I«1c;,íí'-ls lisñing limits 

Contents as per title. 



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Comm.Fisa.Rev . , 2l(5)s53-4 



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59-6323 



International - Tuna - United States 
live-bait fishing method adopted by 
other countries 



Contents as per title 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6321 

Comr.u Fish. Rev . , 2l(5)s49-52 
International - ilortnwest Pacific 
Fisheries Commission - Progress on 1959 
negotiations between Ja,pan and Russia 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6324 

Comm.F ish.Rev . , 21 (5) s 54 

ilngola - Reviev/ of fishing industry, 

1957 

Contents a.s per title. 



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FAU 59/9/6434 



2(7)И08 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6325 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 21(5)^55 

Argentina - Vessel д_ио1;аз endsd for 

Mar del Plata fishorinen 

Contents as per title. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-^328 i 

Comm. Fish. Rev ., 21 (5) s 59 i 

СиЪа - Fisheries trends j January 1959 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 
Comm. Fish. Rev . , 



21(5) 



55 



59-6326 



Australia - Spiny lobstor conservation 
regulations announced 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6329 

Com^m. Fish. Rev ., 21 (5); 59 

Cuba - Nov/ Maritim.e bevelopment 

Commission given jurisdiction over 

fisheries 



Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6327 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 21 (5) г 58-9 
Chile - Foreign vessels -authorized to 
fish off northern coa.st 

Contents as per title. 



FAOs 



' Anonymous (1959) 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 21(5)^60 



FAO 59/9/6434 



59-6330 



Guatemala - Surimp fishery trends 
Contents as per title. 



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2(7)o109 



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í Anonymous (1959) 59-6331 

i CommoFish.Rev. ^ 21(5);60 


Anonymous (1959) 59-6334 : 
Comm о Fish. Rev. , 21 ( 5) з 63-4 


Hong Kong - Shrimp landings j OctoЪer- ! 


Italy - Fishing compe.ny permitted to 


December 1958 


fish in Tunisian waters ; 

j 


Contents as per title. 

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Anonymous (1959) 59-6332 
Comm. Pish, Rev. , 21 ( 5) з 61-2 


Anonymous (1959) 59-6335 ■ 
Comm. Fish. Re V, , 21 (5) s 66-7 ' 


Iceland - Fisheries trends ^ October- 


i Mexico - Fishery Bureau reorganized ; 


December and year 1958 


and new policy announced • 


Contents as per title. 

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Contents as per title. 

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Anonymous (1959) 59-6333 
Comi-n.Fish.Rev. , 21 (5) '^62-3 


! ' 

Anonymous (1959) 59-6336 | 
í Coram. Fish. Rev. , 21(5)^67 i 


Iceland - Replies to protests on 


\ Mexico - Shrimp fishery trends., March | 


extension of fishing limits to 12 miles 


1959 ; 


Contents as per title. 


Contents :?,s per title, 
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2(7)s110 






Anonymous (1959) 59-6337 

Comí. Fish. Roy . , 2l(5)¿67-8 

Mexico - Shrimp stocks off West Coast 

comprar od with 1936 

Contents as per title. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6340 

Comm. Fish. Rev , „ 2l(5)s69 
Norvv-ay - Fisheries trends, 19 58 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6338 

Gomm. Fish. Rev . , 21 (5) 368 
Morocco - Fisheries trendSj June- 
December 1958 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6339 

Conmi. Fish. Rev . , 21 (5) s 68-9 
Norway - Antarctic whaling production 
lower for 1958/59 season 

Contents as per title. 



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59-6341 



Anonymous (l959) 

Comm.FishoRfev . , 21(5)гб9-71 

Norvvay - Fishery landings ^ production 5 | 

and exports I958 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6342 

Co пгл. Fish. Rev . . 2l(5)s71 
Norway - Improved underwater camera for 
marine research developed 

Contents as per title. 



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FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)s111 



Anonymous (1959) 59-^343 

CommoFish.Rev . , 21 (5) s 71-2 
Norway - Plan rGsea,rch to locate sub- 
surface tuna vvith asdic 

Contents as per title» 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6346 

Commo Fish. Rev . , 21 (5) с 74 

Iortue,al - Fisheries trends^ November 

1958 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6344 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 21 (5) '¿72 
Poland - Trawler returns from fishing 
trip to West African waters 

Contents as per title. 



\ Anonymous (1959) 59-6347 

i CommoFishoRev . , 21 (5) s 74 

• Portugal - National Fish Commission 

i formed 

i Contents as per title, 
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Anonymous (1959) 59-6345 ' 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 2l(5)s73-4 

Portugal -Fishery landinsi^s in Portugal ^ I 



Madeira, and the Azor* 



1957 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6348 

Comm. Fish. Rev о , 21 (5) г 74-5 

Spain - Vigo fisheries trends«, February 

1959 



Contents as per title 



j Contents as per title. 



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FA:. 39/9/6434 



2(7)И12 



.^.lonyraous (1959) 59-6349 

Comm. Fish. Rev > 5 2 1 ( 5 ) s 78 
l'aj-v/axi - United Statós lenas íti686yOOO 
to expand fishing industry 

Contents as per title. 



¥Áü?. 



A:ionymous (1959) 59-6350 

Comm Fish. Rev ., 21 (5); 78-9 
Tunisia - Fishing industry, 1957 

Contents as per title. 



FAO; 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6352 

Corun. Fish. Rev . , 21(5)^81 
U.S.S.R. - Fishing fleet reported oil 
Alaska coast 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6353 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 2l(5)s81-2 
Venezuela - Joint Venezuelan-Japanese 
firm to on¿age in tuna fishing and 
canning 

Contents as per title. 



59-6351 



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' Anonymous (1959) 

I Comm. Fish. Rev . , 2l(5)c80-1 

I Union of South Africa - Intensive study i 

I und^r way of pelp.gic shoal fishing ! 

I waters off South African west coast I 

Î Contents as per title. I 



Anonymous (l959) 59-6354 

Comm. Fi sho Rev . , 21(5)^90-1 
Department of the Interior - Fish and 
Wildlife Service - General use of fish 
traps barred in Alaska salmon fishery 

Contents as per title. 



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2(7)s113 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6355 i 

Comm, Fish. Rev . , 21 (5) »92-3 | 

""^i.^hty- sixth Congress (First Session) -! 
Alaska's commerci?.! fisheries — Abolitionf 
of fish traps ! 

Oontents as per title. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-635-3 

Comrn.FishoRov . , 2l(5)£93-4 
Eighty-sixth ConèTGss (First Session) 
Columbia River fisheries programs 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6356 

Comí-. Fish. Roy . , 2l(5)s93 
Eighty-sixth Congress (First Session) -| 
Alaska's commercial fisheries — Bris 
toi Bay salmon fishing closure 



Contents as por title 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6357 

Com;.i, Fish. Rev . , 21 (5) s 93 
Eighty-sixth Congress (First Session) 
A.LV:iTROSS III deactivation hearings 

Contents as per title. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6359 

Com.m. Fish. Rev . , 2l(5)?94 
Eighty-sixth Congress (First Session) 
Dogfish shark eradication 



j Contents as per title. 



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59-6360 



Anonymous (1959) 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 2l(5)s95 

Eighty-sixth Congress (First Session) -; 

Fish and wildlife cooperative re sear oL 

training units 

Contents as per title. 



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IViO 59/9/6434 



2(7)?114 



:, . „..íous (1959) 59-6361 

_COj:ijn»FÍSh.RGV o j 2 1 ( 5 ) s 9 5 

■ i^iity-sixth Congress (First Session) - 
С;л:;:0 fish in dam reservoirs research 

Contents as per title. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6364 i 

(^mm_ о Fish . Re у . , 2 1 ( 5 ) • 9 7 | 

mighty- s ixt h Congress (First Session) - ! 

Marine game fish research | 

I 
Contents as per title. | 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6362 

Comin.FishoRev o , 2l(5)i95 

eighty- sixth Congress (First Session) - 

Insecticides effect upon fish and 

v/ildlife 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6363 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 2l(5)s96-7 
Eighty-sixth Congress (First Session) 
Inlersxate transportation of fish 

Contents as per title. 



Aiionyraous (1959) 59-6365 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 2l(5)s97 
Eighty-sixth Congress (First Session) - 
Power projects fisheries resources 
protection 

Contents as per title. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6366 

Comm. Fish. Rev . , 21 (5) ¿98 
Eighty-sixth Congress (First Session) 
Salt-w^ter research lahoratory 

Contents as per title. 



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2(7)5115 



. -.......-^i, СП. û: 59-6367 

R. Dietrich (195?) 
I'"o bto Soif . Anotrichinitt . , 59 g 434-7 
i, eolations between the protein content 
..nu. the nutritional value of Sejoas^tes 
ïïîari_nus_) . De^ 



Deufelp Jo & 59-63 7( 

K.U. Naumann (1958) 
Fisohwirt , 8s 290-1 

Der iîlinfluss von Vitamin Т auf Re^en- 
bogenforellenbrut (Tho influença 
of vitamin Т on the fry of rainbow 
trout ) 

Account of investigations on forced 
growth & improved health of fry by 
vitamin T feeding. 



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Lillelund, K. (1958) 59-6368 

FiGchwirt , 8s28l-4 

Versuche zur Anfütterung von Hechtbrut 
in oinor auf dem Land eingebauten 
Vorstreckanlage (Experiments of 
feeding pike fry v/ith an apparatus 
established on the land) 

Description of process of automatic 

feeding. 



Wunder^ Wo (1958) 59-6371 

Fischwirt , 8ä 292-5 

Zur Erforschung und Bekämpfung der 
Bauchwassersucht (On investigation: 
and control of ascites) 

Describes experiments & results of 
leucomycin injections« Continuation of 
584845. 



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Schiemenz, F. (1958) 59-6369 

Fischwirt , 8s 285-9 

Die Enge des Abstände s der Stäbe von 
Schutzrechen vor Turbinen und Sielpumpen' 
in ihrer Bedeutung für die Fischerei wie 1 
für die Kraftv^ir tschaft (Distance ; 
bexween the bars of turbine and sewage i 
pump gratings with special regard to 
their use in fisheries and power ■ 
industry) j 

i 
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IPFC (1957) 59-6372 

с с . Pap о Indo-Papi f .. Fi sh Coun . j (57/3)5 

Add. 3 j 4 p» 9 mimeo 
National fisheries policy and programme-] 
Philipr ines 

Excerpts from the message of President 
Ramon Ma.gsaysay to the Congress of the 
Philippines in his transmittal of the 
budget of the National Government for 
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1958» 
February 11, 1957» 



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2(7)s1l6 



Furnestin, J- (1959) 59-6373 
Rev.Trav. Off .Peches jiiarit . , 23(l)s5-77 
Hydrologio du Maroc atlantique 
(Hydrology of the Atlantic Morocco) 

The first part consists of an appraisal 
of the coastal v;aters of Morocco 
encompassing isotherm & isohaline chart; 
at different depths for all seasons 
during 1949 - 1953 & isodynamic charts 
for 195З5 the second considers the 
hydrology of the main sectors hased on 
studies made during 1953. 



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59-6374 



23(1)0 79-10^ 



Purnest in 9 J. & 

M.-L. Furnestin (1959) 
Rev.Trav. Off .Pêches marit 
La reproduction de la sardine et de 
l'anchois des côtes atlantiques du 
Maroc (The reproduction of the 
sardine and anchovy on the Atlantic 
coast of Morocco) 

The first part consists of a study of 
spawning seasons & areas of Sardina 
pilchardus & their relationships to 
environmental conditions ¡»particularly 
temperature, during 1947 - 1953 | the 
second is a similar study of Sn^raulis 
oncrasicholuE. 



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59-6375 
23(1) s 105-24 



Furnestinj M.-L. (1959) 
Rev.Trav. Off .Pêches marit . ^ 
Méduses du plancton marocain 
(Medusae of Moroccan plankton) 

Lists the medusae of the Atlantic 
waters of Morocco, &. gives general 
information on their annual & seasonal 
abundance, & distribution. A number of 
spp. new for Moroccan waters are 
recorded. 



Rounsefoll, G.A. (1958) 59-6376 

Fish. Bull., U.S ., 58î 171-85 

Anadromy in North American Salmonidae 

Arrangement of the genera. Oncorhynchus , 
Salmo 9 Salve linus , & Cristivomer in 
descending order of anadromy & 
examination of the correspondence 
betv»rcen lethal stream temperatures for j 
the young of certain spp. &, the ! 
anadroraous habits. of those spp. | 



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Robertson, O.Ho (1958) 59-6377 i 
Fish. Bull., U.S ., 5819-30 I 

Accelerated development of testis after 1 
unilateral gono.dectomy, with i 

observations of the normal testes \ 
of rainbow trout j 

I 
Experimental study of Salmo f:airdnerii . ! 

Description of techniques. Measurement \ 

of the v/eight & study of the histology i 

of the testis under these experimental | 

conditions compared víith observations j 

on the gonad of normal trout. 



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Silliman, R.P. & 



Outsell (1958) 



59-6378 



Fish. Bull. , U.S . , 58s 215-52 
Experimental exploitation of fish 

populations 

Reports experiments with 4 aquarium 
X)opulaticns of Lcbistes reticulatus , 
with controlled light, temperature & 
food supply; 2 were used as controls, 
2 were "fished" at various intensities, 



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Matsumoto, W.M. (1958) ' 59-6379 
Fish«Bull. , U.S , , 58-S-31-72' ' -..■•■....л.ч. ■:,..„.,. 
Description and distribution of larvae 
of four species of tuna in Central 
Pacific waters. 

The larvae of 4 spp« of tuna - Noo- 
thunnus macropterus , Katsuv/onus pelamis , 
Euth.?/nnus yaito , & Aux i s thaaard - are i 
described in detail. Diagnostic 
characters are given to aid in the 
identification of the spp« 



59-6381 
(Card 2) 



list of spp. Procambarus ro^ersi 
expie tu s 9 new subsp, is described 
from Calhoun County j Florida. 



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Menard, H.W. (1959) 59-6380 

Experientia , 15°»205-13.. . i 

Geology of the Pacific Sea floorc iDc| 

I 

General account describing broa,d , j 
elevations & depressions, seamounts & | 
abyssal hills, & discussing evidence of 
tectonic intensity in this basin & on j 
the permanence of ocean basins & land ! 
bridges. j 



Sexton, G.J. (1959) 59-6383 
Ecol.H'ionofiT . , 29s 113-40 
Spatial and temporal movements of a 
population of the painted turtle, 
Chrysemys picta marginata (Agassiz) 

Marking study of 100 individuals in 
& around Crane Pond, Michigan. 



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Hobbs, H.H., Jr. & 59-6381 

C.W. Hart, Jr. (1959) 
Bull. Fla St .Mus ., 4s 146-91 
The fresh¥/ater decapod crustaceans of 
the Apalachicola drainage system in 
Florida, Southern Alabama, and Georgia, 



The family Palaemonidae is represented 
by 2 shrimps of the genus Palaemonetes 
& the Astacidae by 21 crayfishes 
belonging to the genera Proc ambarus 
(15 spp.). Cambar us (4)? Orconoctes (I) 
& Cambarellus (I). An ill. key is 
provided for identifying these animals, 
& a tabular summary of their ecological 
distributions precedes an annotated 



Ker swill, C.J. (1959) 59-6384 : 
Trade News , 1l(ll)s3-10 

InvoGtigation and management of Atlantic 
salmon in 1958. Part 1. The research ■ 
Xjr о gramme | 

A £.;эпега1 review of Salmo salar studies! 
& industry in the N.V/. Atlantic. 



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Burridgc, E.W. (1959) 59-6385 \ 
Trade News , 11 ( 11) r. 11-6 

Investigation and management of Atlantiq 
salmon in 195Ö» Part 2. The management 

programme i 

Experiments & improvements of Salmo i 

salar fisheries in N.W. Atlantic. ■' 



Anonymous (1959) 

New Soient, , 6(137)02 



59-6388 



AЪandoned wormholes under the Arctic ! 

Note on photographs of bed of Arctic 
ocean taken during IGY from drifting : 
station ALPHA; strevm boulders 5 i 
manganese coated worm tubes as evidence • 
of climatic change. ■ 



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Poll, M. (1959) 59-6386 i 

Ann .Mus . Confe'o beige , 71s Ser.8s75-174 ! 

Recherches sur la faune ichthyologique ; 
de la région du Stanley Pool 

(investigations of the ichthyological [ 

fauna of the Stanley Pool region) ' 

Contains the taxonomic description of ; 

the spp. & a study of the ecology & ! 

association of -fehe spp. in Stanley ' 

Pool & neighbouring waters. j 



S с hub ort 



(195 



8) 



59-6389 



Y/iss . Inf r.rmat . Fi schereiprax . , 5^164-8 
Bericht über dio 32. Forschungsfahrt 
des Fischeroiforschungsschiffes ANTON 
DOrIHN in die mittlere Nordsee vom 9» 
Oktober 1958 bis 30. Oktober 1958 
(RoxDort on the 32nd research cruise of 
the R/v ANTON DOHRN to the middle North 
Sea from 9 to 30 October I958) 

Contents as per title. 



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Dar by shire, J. (1959) 
New Scient ., 6(137) s 2б-9 
Reoent research on sea v/aves 



59-6387 



Summary account of spectral analysis, ; 
ship-borne & land based wave-re corder s 5 
application in storm tracking, plotting' 
navigation routes, design of harbours, 
sea-walls & breakwaters, ship design, 
tank testing. 



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Meyer, A. (1958) 59-6390 

Y/i с s с Informat . Fi scher e iprax . ,5» 168-70 
Lie tluchreisen deutscher Trawler 1958 
und ihre Ergebnisse (Exploratory 
cruisjs of German travi/lers during 1958 
and their results) 

Report on exploratory fishing results 
obtain'wd in Greenland waters. 



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SchuЪeгt, К. (1958) 59-6391 
Wi S3 »Informat, Fi schere j-pr ах . s 5° 170-5 
иЪег den deutschen Heringsfang und die 
Her ingsunt or suchungen im Jahro 195^ 
(On the German herring catch and 
investigations during 1958) 

Biological statistics of a review. 



Hamburg, Institut für 59-6394 \ 

Küsten- und Binnenfischerei (1958) j 

Wiss. Informat о Fi schere ipra^: . , 5" 182-3 | 



Kutter-Suchfahrton 
exploratory cruises) 



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Report on results obtained off South 
Norwegian coasts. 



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Sahrhage, D. (1958) 59-6392 ' 
Wiss . Informat . Fi schere iprax . , 5^176-8 
Tagung der Internationalen Fischerei- 
konvention (Meeting of the Inter- 
national Fishery Convention) ' 

Brief report on the meeting of the Northj 
Sea Commission in Dublin 1958« 



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Hamburg, Institut für 59-6395 
Küsten- und Binnenfischerei (1958) 
Wis s . Informat . Fi schere iprax . , 5^183 
^in Thun markierte sich selbst (A 
tuna which tagged itself) 

Eeport as per title v/ith notes on tuna 
migration in the North Sea« 



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Sahrhage, D. (1958) 59-6393 

Wiss . Informat . Fi schere iprax . , 5? 178-82 
Wiedorf ang markierter Fische (Catch 
of tagged fish) 

List of ta,gged' fish ca.ught in the 
period 1 July - 31 December 1958. 



Mann J Я . 



(1958) 59-6396 

V/i s s » In f о rmat ^ . Fi s cher о iprax » , 5^184-6 
Le i 3 tungsprüf ungen an Schleien 
(Efficiency tost on tenches) 



Report on the grov/ing of tenches 
length-v; eight relations. 



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Hamburg, Institut für 59-6397 
Küston- und Binnenfischerei (1958) 
Wi SS . I nf orm?.,t . Fi schere ipr ax . , 5^106 
Bev^regliche Elektro seh euchanlage 
(Movable electrical installation for 
scaring fish) 

Preliminary report on experiments done 
in Stcinhuder Meer (Lov/or Saxonia) . 



Kurataj Ho (1957) 



59-6400 



Hokusuishi Geppo , 14(l)s8-21 
(The biology of the prawn Pandalus 
hyp sino tus in the waters off Masuke^ 
Hokkaido), Ni 



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Nümann, W. (1958) ' 59-6398 
Allfe-,FischZtg ., 83 088-91 
Vorläufiger Bericht über das stark 
veränderte Wachstum der Blaufelchen 
im Boden see und Versuch einer Fang- 
prognose für das Jahr 1958 
(Preliminary report on the change of 
growth of white fish in Lake Constance 
and an attempt to prognose 1958 catch) 

Reports present grov\rth rate of 
Coregonusi & compares them v/ith former 
results. Incl. forecasting of fishery 
from the year-class strength. 



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Kurataj H. (1957) 59-6401 

Hokusuishi Geppo , 14?42-51 
(The biology of the prawn Pandalus 
borealis in the v^raters off Мазике , 
Hokkaido). îii 



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Keiz, G. (1958) 



59-6399 



Allg.FischZtg . J 



83 s 9 7-8 

Untersuchungen über das Y/achstum 
gesunder Karpfen ( Gyprinus carpió L») 
nach Antibiotika- Injektionen 
(Growth rato investigations of healthy 
carps J Cypri nus carpi ó L.j after 
antibiotics treatment) 

Describes experiments & gives an 
account of observations made on the 
grov\rth rates after the treatment. 



Mangerel, P. (1957) 59-6402 

Bull .Cent »belg.^tud. Document .Eaux , (З6); 

105-12 
Plankton in the water of rivers 
intended for water supply j 

WPA 32(3)431. The principal difficulties 
caused by plankton in water to be used 
for potable supplies are discussed. 
Previous vmrk on plankton in rivers is 
reviev;ed briefly & investigations are 
described on the rivers Seine, Marne, 
к Oise, from which water supplies for 
Paris are dra\^m. 



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Kiefer J H. &E* Maushart (1958)59-6403 

NuklQonik , 1s 22-7 

Natural radio-activity in v/ater 

WPA 32(3)468. The conii-^sition of the 
natural radioactivity of different 
waters was investigated ¡: chemical 
precipitation methods were found to Ъе 
the most satisfactory means of 
measurement. 



Coxonj T.L.Jo (1958) 



59-6406 



Con tract. Roc . , 69(29)2 1 6-7 

River pollution in tidal waters I 

I 

Vl^PA 32(3)547. The problem of the presentí 
extensive pollution of the tidal reaches 
of the river Tyne is discussed, & the î 
deleterious effects of this pollution 
on human h-ealth & fish life are j 
emxohasized. I 



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;wpa 



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Lackey J J.B. (1957) 59-6404 
Enr.n^ Profi;r.Univ.Fla , 1 1 (3)Suppl .Leafl . 

(87)^ 8 p. 
Some visibility problems in large 
aquaria. I. Plankton problems at 
Marineland 

WPA 32(3)473. The non-bacterial 
microscopic life in the tanks of an 
oceanarium at Marineland Fla, was 
studied for 1 year. 11 groups & total 
counts are tabulated. 



Vladykov, V.D. & 59-6407 

Go Boaulicu (1958) 
Nat. cañado, 85s 149-56 

Variations dans le Québec de I'abondanc« 
annuelle des poissons originaires des 
Grands-lacs (Variations in annual 
abundance of fishes from the Great 
La.kGS in Quebec) 

A study of fluctuations in the 
occurrence of Doro som a cepedianum, 
Lepibema chrys ops ^ Mo rone ame rica na 
in the St о Laurence river during 1944- 
57» (issued as Corrbr. Pep. Fish. , Quebec j 

(70) ) о 



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Lackey, J.B. (1957) 59-6405 
Engng Progr. Univ. Fla . 1 1 (З)ЗиргД. Leafl. 

(87)28 p. 
Some visibility problems in large 
aquaria. II. A bacteriological study of 
the sea v/atsr used in Marinoland 

ША 32(3)474o During investigations on ! 
the turbidity of water in the осеапаг11лп' 
of Marineland, Fla, bacteriological 
examination of the water was carried 

out at monthly intervals for 1 year. ; 

Results are tabulated in terms of | 

bacteria per ml. '; 



Rose, M. (1957) 59-6408 I 

Buj.1 .Mus oHi st с nat . ,. Paris , 29 ( 2 ) So r . 2 2 j 

~ 235-45 ^ j 

Description de copépodos nouveaux du ; 
plankton marin de Mia-Trang ( Viet-Nam) | 
(Description of new copepods of the 
marine x^l^ï^kton of Nha-Trang, Viet-Nam) t 

i 

Taxonomic description of Mazellina gen. i 
novo & Mazellina galleti nov, sp. - _ 
(issued as Contr . Inst .océanogr . , (29) )»í 1 



sv/pa 



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Rose, M. (1957) 
Bul 1. Mu s о Hi st о nat- 



59-6409 
Paris , 29(4)Scr,2.^. 



328-36 

Description de copépodos nouveaux du 
plankton marin de Nha-Trang (Viet-Wam) 
(Description of now copepods of the 
marine plankton of Nha-Trang, Viet-Nam 

Taxonomic descriptions of kazellina 
bulbifera & M. 



Contr » Inst . océanogr « 



ornat a. (issued a,s 
, (30) ), 



Berry, P.H. (1959) 59-6412 

Bull. Fla St .Mus ., 4s 205-50 

! Boarfishes of the genus Antigonia of j 

the western Atlantic I 

I i 

! I 

, A. combatía from the western Atlantic i 

)i & the deeper-bodied A. capros from i 

i the western Atlantic ¿c the Indo-Pacific i 

i arc described, ill. & compared ! 

v/ith other nominal forms from the Indo- | 

j Pacific. Appreciable individual & j 

i geographic variation characterizes A. j 

j combatía á: apparently also exists in j 

i A. capros. ! 



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Pax, P. & I. Müller (1957) 59-64IC 
Notes Inst .oceanogr.Nhatrang , (46)? 40 p.; 
Zoantharien aus Viet-Nam i 

(Zoanthairs of Viet-Nam) j 

Describes 7 ï^Qw spp. belonging to j 
families Zoanthidae & Epizoanthidae. ¡ 



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Vilela, H. & 59-6413 : 

K.C. Monte ir о (1958) I 

Notas Sstud. Inst. Biol. Marit . , (20)s20 p.! 
Infestaçao de mexilhoes Mytilus edulis ' 
L. , do rio Tejo pelo copepode Myticola ; 
intestinalis Steur (infestation of ; 
the edible mussel Mytilus edulis L., of j 
the Tagus river by the copepod Mytili- | 
cola intestinalis Steur) 

A study of samples of individuals of i 
different sizes - 5 "to 65 mm long & 
collection of data on temperature, 
salinity & surface movements of the 
estuary water indicated the percentage 
of infested individuals, by size, 



Dawson, E.Y. (Ed.) (1959) 59-6411 

Pacif .Nat . , 1(5) s 40 p. 

William H. Harvey's report on the 

marine algae of the United States 

North Pacific exploring expedition of 

1853-1856 

Publication of a paper prepared in 
1858/59 J from v/hich diagnoses in 
latin had been published in I859 as 
Pro с Amor. Acad. Arts' Sei « , 4s327-34> 
undor the titles Characters of new 
algae, chiefly from Japan and adjacent | 
regions collected by Charles Viright of j 
the North Pacific Exploring Expedition j 
under Captain John Rogers. Lists the 'j 
spp. & gives morphological notes on somoi 
FAOsglk M ; 



59-6413 
(Card 2) 

number of parasites by individual, 
sex rate of parasites & environmental 
relations to the parasitism. 



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I^AO 59/9/6434 



2(7)s123 



ШВ (1959) 

Int .hydr. Bull 



(6) s 164-204 



59-6415 



Contains notes on activities of -^he î 
Bureau & information on charts, I 
sailing directions 5, ligiitSj tides & ; 
currents, work carried out & 'projected . 
& new charts & nev\r editions of cha.rts. i 



Lucas, C.Eo (1959) 

Scot, Fish. Bull ., (ll)s8-9 

A new fisheries convention 



59-0418 



Note on the signature in January 1959 
of Fishery Convention for the N.E. 
Atlantic. Summary of its aims & 
pre; vi s ions. 



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Voss, G. Le (1957) 59-6416 

;^uart.J.Fla Acad. Sei,, 20 И 29-32 
Chservations on ahnormal ^rowth of the 
arms and tentacles in the squid genus 
Rossis. 

Description of collections of these 
deepwater bonthic scpiolids, Rossinae, 



taken by ATLMÎIS, 
coast of Cuba. 



193G-39 around 



Fraser, J. H. „(1959) 59-6419 
Scot. Fish. Bull . , ( 1 1 ) г 1 0-3 
The importance of plankton in 
maintaining fish stocks 



General ill. article;; refers to ■ 
seasonal cycles, & grazing of herbivore^-; 
predators on fish larvae, ! 



FiB? sjh 



FAO 3 s jh 



Parrish, В.Б. (1959) 



59-6417 



Scot. Fish. Bull. , ( 1 1 ) s 2-8 
Scottish herring fishery forecast for 
1959 and review of Scottish Worth Soa 
herring fishery in 1958 

Abundance & locality prediction^ 
effort & catch per unit effort charts 
for 19580 



Fraser, J, H. (l959) 59-6420 | 

So ot. Fish. Bull . , (11)0 14 I 

Doadly plant found in the sea, | 

Corrections to inaccurate nev/spaper | 
reports cf effects of Gymnodinium j 
blooms r^ culture of these dino flagellâtes] 



FAO sjh 



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I^AC 59/9/6434 



2(7)°124 



Mason, J. (1959) 

Scot. Fish. Bull ., (ll)s15-7 

Tlie cod's'Jpoor relp.tions" 



59-6421 



Hülliuay, F. G. T. (1959) 
Scot. Fish. Bull. 3 ( 11 ) g 20 
il GW s items 



59-6424 



Notes on abundance, distribution Se 
biology of bib, poutassou, poor cod à 
Norway pout. 



Shcrt notes en distribution in Scottish; 
waters of Velella , & on observations In- 
tanks cf the way in which struggles by j 
Clupea h arengu s enhance its entanglement^ 
in gill nets. \ 



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iones, R. (1959) 59-6422 

Scot. Fish-Bull . , ( 1 1 ) Í 1 8 
Fluctuations in the North Sea haddock 
stocks - II 

Discusses possible effects on the 
fishery of the very poor 1956 & 1957 
year-classes of Me 1 ano ¡s,r ammu s aeglef inusj 



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Rae, В. В. (1959) 

Scot. Fish. Bull., (lOs19 

The Greenland shark 


59-6423 


г 



Note on reappearance of the sjj. in j 
North Sea &. Faroes area, & ca,pture of j 
specimens in 1958/59 by Aberdeen trawlers^ 
possible relation of distribution to I 
temperature changes. i 



Strasburg, D.W. (I958) 59-6425 
£i¿h^.J3aill_._j_ J-. S , , 582 335-6 1 
Distribution, abunda.ncG and habits of 
pelagic sharks in the Central Pacific 
Ocean 



Reproduction, morphometry, taxonomy; 
relation of abundance to temperature, 
longitude, depth, season, latitude 5 
sex ratios^ data for Pterol a miops 
longirnanu s, Carcharhi nus raelancpteru s, 
Sulamia floridanus -; Priona ce glauca , 
Galcorhinus zyopteru s, I suru s gl au cu s , 
Laijina ditropis , AlG_¿ias spp, & Sph yrna 
spp. 



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Yamashita, D.T.- (1958) 59-6426 
Fish. Bull., U.S ., 58s 253-78 
Analysis of catch statistics of the 
Hawaiia-n sKip.jack fishery 

All ava,ilablo records sunmarised for 
I9OO-I953 relating to Katsuwonus 
pel ami s & its associated live-bait 
fishery. ( Stolephorus purpureas ^ 
Pranesus in su 1 arum mainly). Catches by 
areas, years, seasons, v/eights, values, 
catch per trip, catch per unit 
qua^ntity of bait; disposal of catches. 



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FAQ 59/9/6434 



2(7)"125 



Barnard J J.L. (1959) 59-642? \ 

Pacif .Nat„ l(3)e-12 i 

Genoric partition in the amphipod ; 

family CholuridaGj marino vrood Ъогсгз ¡ 

I 

Diagnosis of the family =, its gonora & ! 

sppoj with discussion of distribution. ! 



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Earnard, J.L. (1959) 59-^428 

Рас if. Nat ., l(4)s12-28 
Liljehorgiid araphipods of southsrn 
California coastal bottoins with a' 
revision of the family 

Diagnosis of the family , its genera & 
spp.j with discussion cf distribution. 



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Y/att, K.S.F. (1959) 59-6429 

Ganad. 3nt ., 91 г 129-44 

A mathematical model for the effect of 
densities of attacked and attacking 
Sjpecios of the number attacked 

Assumptions underlying 5 classical 
mathematica.l models :f host-parasite & 
predator prey popula,tion dynamics are 
inadequate to account for published 
data. A new model has been developed & 
tested a,gainst p.vailable data for 
insects. Methods of obtaining parameter 
values for the model from field & 
laboratory data are outlined & ill. 

SJHssJh G 



FAO 59/9/6434 



Ghelardi, R.J, & 59-6430 

S.W. Fager (1959) 
Bull.ecol.Scc.Ai'iier . , 40 s 45 
Species structure of the animal 
com.munity inhabiting Macro cyst i s 
руг if er cl Hodlfasts 



"Abstr. of paper to be read at Session j 
on Karine "■]cology (Chairmans iD.W. j 
Fager) of ""■cological S- ciety of Amcrica^i 
17 June 19 59-" Study of cores taken by 
divinr: off California. 



(1959) 



59-6431 



GLKssjh 



Snright, J.T, 
S.W. Fager 
Bull .Gcol .Sec. Amer . ^ 40 s 45 
Preliminary report on a complex tidal 
activity rhythm 

"Abstr. of paper to be read at Session 
on Marine Ecolog)^ (Chairmans S.W. 
Fager) of Ecological Society of America, 
17 June 1959«" Field observations on 
a burrowing inter tidal amphir)od, 
Ca,lifornia. 



GLKssjh 



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Wohl schlag^ J .S, (1959) 
Bull. ocol .Soc. Amer 
Metabolism 



;, 40 S 45-6 

of an Ant atretic fi¡ 



59-6432 



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"Abstr. of paper to be read at Session 
on Marine Ecology (Chairmans S.V/, 
Fager) of Ecological Society of America, 
17 June 1959«" O2 consumption of 
'Jrematomus bernacchii from McMurdo Sound; 
la-bcratory studies ^ comparison with 
other cold-adapted fishes. 



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2(7)s126 



Packer J V/«Co (1959) 59-6433 
Bul 1 . о со 1 . So с . Amor , ,, 40 ; 47 
Spatial localizaticn in ths- newt ^ 
Tar i cha. rivularis 



Scott, jop. (1958) 

Un i V о Ç: 1 i с ад'О рг с s s ; 28 1 p. 

Animal bühavior 



59-6436 



"ADstr. of paper to be presünted at 

Session on Comparative Bohaviour ; 

(Chairman s íT.^lo С^ЛИаз) of meeting 

of Ecological Society of Aiâcrica, ; 

17 June 1959." A field study has sho^vn ' 

that members of this sp. return each ; 

year to same region of stream to breed : 

& rarely enter at other points even ; 

follov/ing translocation. Ability to \ 

orient within a restricted area toward 

the site of their capturo has been | FACsglk 

demonstrated. \ 

GLKssjh F ; 



Goneral text describing methods of 
study & discussing such topics as 
anatomical J physiological genetic 
basis of bohavior, learning, the 
organization of behavior 5 social 
aspects of behavior, the language of 
animals 5 bohavior & environment , & 
behavior & evolution. 



№ 



Reese, 
Bull.ecol 



E.So (1959) 
So c. Amer. 



Shell selection by 



59- 

40 g 48 

srmit crabs 



■6434 



"Abstr, of paper tc be presented at 
Session on ComparPvtive Behaviour 
(Chairman^ K,E, Collias) of mooting \ 
of Ecological Society of America, \ 
17 June 1959." Field & laboratory ' 
observations of Pagurus spp. in Florida] 



Heuvelmans, Б. (1958) 59-6437 
Paris, Librairie Pion , 498 p. 
Dans le sillage dos monstres marins. 
I. Le krakon et le poulpe colossal 
(On the track of marine monsters, 
I. Giant octopuses and squids) 

An ill. poi'Ular book on legends & 
present knC'Wledgo on cephalcpods. 



GLKssjh 



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Whitney, R.R. (1958) 59-6435 
Iowa St, Coll. J. Sei ., 33(1)- 55-79 

Numbers of mature walleyes in Clear 
Lake, lov/a, 1952-3, as estimated by 
tagging 

Detailed account of Stizostodion v. 
vitroum ta-g^ing experiment. Tag loss 
rates^ selectivity of capture for 
tagging 5 estimates of mortality & 
movement rates. 



Hvass, H. & 59-6438 

J. Guibe (1958) 
PariSs Fernand Nathan , 111 p. 
Los iioissons (Fishes) 



A coloured ill. list, in systematic 
order, of interesting fish spp« with 
brief deacription & habitat notes. 



SJHs sjh 



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PAO 59/9/6434 



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2(7)s127 



Zoological Society of 

India (1959) 
Ycarb. 200I» So с India ; 



59 6439 i Earanov;, I.V, (1959) 

С R.Acad. Sci.U. R. S. S. 



59-6442 
^ 12бг1082-3 



1 957-5^-^-^^C P« 1 C-idrokar'bonatnye koeff itsienty v 



List of fellows c- members у executive 
council^ off 1се-ЪеагегСр proceedings 
of annual ¿ene ral meeting v.dth reports 
of editor;, branches Ь affiliated bodies, 
c- presidential address; accounts p 
history constitution o: regulations of 
tne Society .-^: list of its publications. 



GLK;:f:lk 



vodakh nekotorykh rek oSSR 

(The hydro carbonaceous coefficients of 

the waters of certain rivers of the 

UóSn) 

Annotation to follov;. 



MF 



íunstan^ D.J. (1959) 59-(S440 

Tech.Pap.Siv.Fish.C.S.IoR.Q. , (5-):22 p. 
The barramundi Lates calcarif er (Llooh) 
in Queensland waters 

General accou.nt of the distribution ¿ 
biology of L^ calcarif er a dealing with 
feeding habit, length-weight relation^ 
age determination c: grov/th rate^ -'. 
reproduction; catches taken are 
discussed as evidence of abundance 5 t\ 
fishing methods are described. 



Б^АОс 



Abrikosov, G.G. (1959) 59-^443 
G.R.Acad. Sei. U.R. S.S. , 12б И 139-40 
К voprosu о geograf icheskora 
rasprostranenii pokrytorotykh 
presnovodnykh mshanok (A 
contribution to the problem of the 
geographic distribution of the 
Phyla.ctolaemata of sweet water 
Bryo2oa) 

Annotation to follow. 



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FAC: 



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India. Ministry of Food 

c: Agriculture (195S) 
Indian Fish. Bull. <¡ 5(l) 



59-6441 



-3 p. 



Contains brief notes - some original ^ 
some brief digest of published work - 
on developments Í: research in fisherie; 
in India p folloY/ed by digests of 
articles published outside India on 
non-Indian fisheries. 



Rochford p D.J. ( Comp .)( 1959) 59-6444 
Oceanogr. Sta .List , 37^96 p. 
}i>'drologicai investigations from. 



F.R.V. DERi'MT HUÎIT 



1957 



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MF 



Tables givings for each station p date, 
timop 0: position, depths of water 
sam.pl ing, c. for each sample 
temperature, chlorinity, O2 content 
r- percentage saturation, С t o: 
total xjhosphate. 



GLIi z glk 



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'/9/64 



У. 



2(7) "128 



Нае^^ЪХогПр 



L.-E. (1959) 



59-6445 



Mi tt . int . Verh, Limnol . , (10):24 p, 

A thermistor thermometer which readc to 



the 
De 



nearest 0,01 С in the field. 



Descrihes construction Л. use of this 
instrument; its properties ^ results of 
lahoratory ¿z field tests in Swedish 
lakes. 



SJHssjh 



FG 



Landahl, H.D. (195T) 



59-6446 



Bull. math. Biophys. , 19:; 171-86 . 
Population growth under the influence 
of random dispersal 

Author had previously developed an 
approximation method for the solution oí 
diffusion ÔC related prohlems - Bull . 
math.Eiophys« ^ 142 49? 1953 -• Simple 
linear expressions are suhstituted for 
the correct solution. 



shdl 



ITun, M. (1959) 59-6443 

Fish. Bull., Haifa , (19)^4-6 
( Chapters on the expansion of Israel 
fishing' in lake Tiherias). Iv/ 



SJHs 



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White, J.H. Ô' 59-6449 

B. Komarovsky (.1959) 
Fish. Bul l. , Haifa, (19):- 6-9 
(The use of copper naphthenate and 
other copper soaps for the treatment 
of fishing nets). Iw En 

Full translation of a technical 
paper presented Ъу the authors to the 
5th meeting of the GFGÎÎ in Rome^ 1958„ 



SJHs jhw 



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Schulte, A. (1957) 



59-6447 



Z.verg l. Physiol. , 39=432-76 
Transfer- und Transpositionsversuche 
mit monokular dressierten Fischen 
(Experiments on transfer and 
transposition with monocularly trained 
fishes) 

Carassius vulgaris were trained to 
discriminate monocularly hetween 2 
visual stimuli. 



Cher vin sky, 
Fish. Bull. ., 



J. (1959) 
Haifa , (19) s 10-4 



59-6450 



;as 



F 



(A systematic and hiological 
comparison hetween the lizard fish. 
Saur i da grand i sguam is , from the 
iJediterranean and the Red Sea). 
Iv/ En 

Systematic <" hiological studies of 
this Indo-Pacific spp. lleristic 
P.- morphometric differences, life- 
histories, spavming times, food. 



SJHcsjh 



FAQ 59/^A434 



(7)129 



Carmel y J. (1959) 



Fish. Bul 1.5 Half 



59-6451 

, . (19) -15. 1G-9 

(Tuna fishing on F.V. SHIIIC :IARU). 
Iw 



Tabulates "• discusses data for 
yellov/fin,, big-eye Ç, darma^ alDacore¡, 
Ъluefin с. hlack narlin. 



Беп -Yamiy И 
FisL.Bun. ^ 



(1959) 
lîaif a , 



(l9):-22- 



59-6454 

•30 



(Trawler and trawl gear in action). 

Iw En 

Report on the study of the 
Eediterranean trawl gear carried 
out in Israel I956-I95S. Ahstr. of 
this paper will he given in the 
next issue. 



SJH-sjh 



Беп -Tuviaj A. (1959) 



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59- 



■6452 



Fi sh. Bull. , Ha ifa, (l9)^:l6-7 
( Know your fislTJT Pw 

111. v/ith names c- short notes on 
Phycis ; Sarda ç, Conger ^ Euthynnus , 
Anqilla ( Huraena) с Peristedion spp, 



Bates 5 LÎ. & 

D.P. Ahhott (1958) 



59-6455 



i¡ew i or: 



/liarles Scrihner's Sons, 



254 p. 
Coral islands 



Portrait of an atoll 



SJHisjh 



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Bernstein^ 
Fish. Bull. 



D. (1959) 
, Haifa. (19) 



59-6453 



20-2 



(Experiments v/ith the Danish trawl 
on P. F.V. EAZV;I). Iw 



ne' 



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Popular account of a SLurvey of Ifalul-: 
island in the Carolines group; notes 
on fish are incl. 



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Carpovichj E.A. (l95ö) 59-б45б 
Hew lork^ Tech. Dictionar ies Co. ^ 39ö p 
Russic'in-English biological ¿': medical 
dictionary 

Contains 35? 000 Russian entries in 
general hiology^ hotany., zoology, 
medicine à agriculture j arranged in 
Russian al-ohahctical order. 



FAO :: glk 



MF 



FAO 59/9A4 



J^r 



(7)^130 



Defant, A. (195Ö) 59-6457 ■ 

Ann АгЪог ^ Un iv. Liichigan i-'resS ; 121 p.! 
ЕЪЪ and flov/ - The tides of earthj 
air у and water 

Semi-popular account of tides j their 
nature., the means of measuring them^ i 
the forces by \;hioh they are generatod^i 
their origin,, their m.anif estations in 
seas c: oceans ;, internal tides ¡, tidal 
oscillations in the atmosphere c: in th 
ionosphere J r: tides on land. Ist 
published as "Bb"be ?' Flut des Ileereí.i do 
Atmosphäre und der Erdfeste" 5 1953« 

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Stommel, H. (1958) 59-645^ 

Berkeley, Univ. Calif or nia Fr ess, 202 p. 
The Gulf stream - A physical and 
dynamical description 



Eis tor i 
methods 
scale f 
circula 
& the v; 
Atlanti 
of the 
fluctua 
of the 

GLICsft'lk 



cal introduction à observation 
; geostrophic relations j large- 
eatures of North Atlantic 
tionj hydrography of the stream ^ 
ind system over the ITorth 
c;; linear •' non-linear theories 
stream y 2z meanders in it y 
tiens in its currents;, the role 
thermohaline circulation. 



M 



Australia. Com.monv.-ealth 39~^А-Ь9 

Bureau of Census à Statistics (1959) 
Statist . Bull . Fish. Thai . Aust . , 1957-5^ 

(4):ia p. 



Tables y graphs 

as fishy crustacean 



notes ^ data grouped 



shell 



¡rochusf; 



L molluscs.;, pearl 
Lling. Values "'; 



quantities of catchy ¡processings boats 
à equipment in use; production by spp. j 
states. 



FAOrsjh 



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California University, 59-646C 
Scripps Institution of 

Oceanography (1959) 
Quart. Frogr. Re p. 3T0R; (6)s17 P« 

Frogress report dealing with analysis 
of existing data y especially tuna 
availability in relation to 
océanographie factors; sea level 
oscillations instrumentation - tide 
gauges ;, anchored stations, tele- 
rocording. bathythermometer; 
evaluation of phytoplanlcton product ior 
m e a sur em e n t s . 



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Hong Kong, Director of 59-646 1 
Agriculture j; Fisheries cb 

Forestry (1958) 
Hong ICong^ Government F ress^ 128 p. 
Annual departmental report for the 
financial year 1957-58 

Incl. report of the m.arinoj fresh- 
water 8: oyster culture sections of 
the Fisheries Bivision; dealing with 
researchy exploration;, training, 
credit, statistics J fishing 
activitiesj boats^ legislation ôz 
certification. Appendices tabulate 
statistical data regarding production 
c: trade by spp. , year^ season^ type 



59-6461 
(Card 2) 

of fishing unit J vessel inventory j 5: 
incl. charts of fishing areas. 



FAOcsjh 



MF 



2(7):.131 



59- 



■6463 



Cviic^ V. (1959) 

lIorsk.R i barst. , 1 1 l 90-2 

Produkt ivno,.t ïïiora (Productivity 

of the sea). En 

Problem in question is dealt \7ith in 
a general ^vayj later to be treated ii 
connection \7ith the Adriatic. 
Preliminary investigations sho'.v that 
the productivity is not the sane in i: 
rof;ionSj c': that it is greater in the 
coastal region. A hotter organisatioi 
of the fishing equipment;, discovery 
of new fishing grounds ¿; increase in 
the пшлЪег of kinds of utilized sea 



J] 



59-6463 
(Card 2) 



organisms should bring ahout 
greater yields. 



FAO:vc 



Krisanec^ V. (1959) 59-б4б5 

Morsk.Piharst. , 1 1 ■; 94-5 

novoj technici gajenja kamenica u 

Limskom kanalu (a nev; oyster 

breeding technique in the Lira channel) 

En 

This v/ell-knovm oyster breeding 
expert presents in this article the 
results achieved in the Lim channel Ъу 
using a ney; oyster breeding technique 
on the western coast of Istria in the 
Lim channel, I. StojniC;, vdio is working 
in this breeding ground, is performing 
experiments aiming at reducing as much 



FLO 59/9A434 



59-6465 
(Card 2) 
as possible the losses resulting 
from various causes ^ of which weak 
rope is one. Contains a description 
of Stojnic's experiences c- of his 
method of work in preventing <?; 
reducing the losces. 



PAOsvl 



I'i 



Gru.biGic, F. (1959) 59-6467 
L'lorsk.Pdbarst. , 11 :j 95-6 
Ко car en je sa dva broda (Trawling' 
with tv.^ ships). En 



According to the author j the 
advantages of this kind of fishing 
are obvious 5 for the nets can be 
used in full measure t': permanently;, 
while also smaller craft are able to 
fish in deep water C- also with much 
larger nets. In the sequence he 
explains what the ves .els, equipment 
C: method of v/ork should be. 



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Grubisic, F. (1959) 59-6468 
b'lorsk.aibarst . , 11:105-7 
Lksperimentiranje i tennifca ribolova 
(Sxperim.entation and fishing 
technique). En 

Deals in a general \jQ.y with 
investigations of the sea Л- the 
role of science in such 
investigations J stressing their 
necessity. 



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2(7)-:132 



Basioli^ J. (1959) 59-6469 ; 

Morsk.Ribarst. , 11s1l8--9 j 

Ribarstvo Crno2;orskog primor ja j 
(Fisheries on the Ilontene^ro littoral) I 



Toner, E.D. (1959) 59-6472 

3alm.?rout Mag. , (15б)з104-10 
Predator and prey relationships 



En 



A survey of the conditions ^ 
potentialities t-. kind of the fisheriei 
in this part of the Adriatic. States 
that the occurrence of sardines in 
these v/aters is habitual ¡, hut that 
there are marked fluctuations in 
respect of the strength of the 

schools. 



Consideration of relative groxrth 
rates J fecundities у survival & 
behaviour of Bsox lucius ¿: Salmo 
t rut ta. 



FAO : jb 



U«S» Naval Research 
Laboratory (1959,) 
Washington a S. С ^ 63 p. 
Report of ÎIRL progress 



59-647C 



Contains (p. 54) progress report or. 
development i'-. trials of shipboard 
data-recording equipment for use in 
digital signal processing of under- 
water acoustics studies. 



PAO:sjh 



MG 



Y/entj A.E.J. 
Salin. Trout 



(1959) 59-6471 

:iag. , (156)595-103 

Historical notes on some ancient 
fishing engines in Ireland -.11. 



Continues descriptions of fishing- 
weirs on various rivers J used for 
catching Salmo salar. 



PAOcsjh 



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FAOssjh 



MF 



Richards, С ( 1959) 

Salm. Trout Mag. , (l56):111-7 

Some thoughts by the Viye 



59-6473 



Article on the prospects of the 
fisheries in this ïïelsh river. 



FAO; s oh 



F 



Godden, R.A. (1959) 59-6474 
Salm. Trout Mag. , (l56).1lC-23 
Twenty years after 

Account of a fishing trip, with notes 
on the state of the inland fisheries 
in that country. 



FAOisjh 



F 



FAC 59/9A434 



2(7)s133 



Grey, L. (1959) 

Ga Im, Trout Hap;. , (156): 124-9 

A kerry fishery 

Account of the salmûii fishery 
in Caraft'h river, Eire. 



59-647 



Netherlands. Centraal 59-^470 

Bureau voor de Statist iek (1959) 
Seist ,, 34 P« 

Statistiek van de visserij 195^ 
(Fishery statistics^ I958) 

Tables 5 diagrams ?.: analytical notes 
fishing craft Л manpower 5 production - 
herringj travd^ shellfish, freshwater 5. 
landings ''qj gear, area Z- type of craft 
fishing effort -; processing Z: trade ^ 
prices Z: values' v/haling. 



PAO"sjh 



P'AOiSJh 



MF 



Erovm, M.E. (1959) 59-6476 I 

Salm. Trout Mag. , (156):134~7 | 

Biological notée | 

Notes on territories and competition | 
among young trout and salmon Í'- 
Pacific salmon. 



FAOcsjh 



llartin Snlazar,' F. (1^58) 59-6479 
B;j1.F.-.sc^ Vcnoz .« (5)s24 p. 
Actividades do la pesca g industria d* 
la sardina duranto los a.nos 1956 y 
"1957 (Sardino fishing and 
industrial activities diiring 1956 and 
1957) 

A rjvÍ4.,.- of' tho fisheries during 
1956/57 ill. Ъу maps of fishing 
ground a & landings & processing 
statistics. 



GLKshr 



H 



. 65 



Sv/itzer^ J. (195Ö) 59-6477 : 

Ahstr. Theses Uni v. Reading 1957-5C 
A survey of certain fauna of some 
littoral zones in Langstone and 
Chichester harhours 

Nitrogen & sulphide contents of m.uds 
f-; their thixotropic c: dilatant 
properties» fauna of half-metre 
quadratSç, local variations heing 
correlated v/ith characteristics of tlié 
mud . 1 



California University. 59-648C 
Scripps Institution of 

Oceanography (1959) 
Iviomor. Scripps Instn Ocoanogr . , 10 March, 

10 p. 

Memorandum 

An ill. account of current research 
programmes of the Institut ion 5 
cruise schedules e- objectives. 



PiBcsjh 



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FiBssjh 



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FAO 59/^/643.1 



2(7)-134 






Monten, E. (1959) 59-640I I 

/stückholrn7 ,- 21 p. 
Salmon fishery in spite of hj-dro- 
electric developments 

A general reviev/ of Saino salar 
fisheryj research^ protection '"■ culture 



}1F 



Hanson, H..C. (1959) 
ocience ^ 129 s 1354 
Fundamentals of ecology 

Review of 59-648З. 



59-64G4 



7; 



-^^y^jj. 






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MF 



Australia Commoni;oalth 59-б4'^^''^ 
Scientific í: Industrial Research 

Organisation (l958) 
Canberra ^ 174 P« 

Tenth annual report of the Commonwealth 
Scientific and Industrial Research 
Organisation for the year 1957-3<^ 

Incl, report on fisheries ¿: 
oceanography, under headings s General, 
Operations of research vessels; 
Fisheries hiologT^ Талсопоту à 
Eiiihryclogy." Hydrology^ Physical 
oceanography; Productivity; 
Zooplanlvtolog;)^; Ilarine fouling: Phyto- 
plankton; Biochemistry. 
FAOcsjh ' M 



Odum, E.P. (1959) 59-64^0 

Philadelphia, Saunders , 54'^ P* 
Fundamentals of ecology 

A te:Lt hook in 3 parts: I. Basic 
:colegical principles " concepts; IIo 
/lie' habitat approach; III. Applied 
ecolo^. The echo syst em approach 
em.phasised. 



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MF 



Harlow, H.F. г-. 59-64Ö5 

CIT. Y.'oolsey (1958) 
líadison, Univ.V.isconsi n Press , 476 p. 
Biological and biochemical bases of 
behaviour 

Deals with symposium held at the 
University of Wisconsin. Presents 
initial papers, with some attention 
to other contributions. 



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Gerard, R.'7. (l959) 59-б4о6 

Science , 129-1355 

Biological and biochemical bases of 

behaviouJT 

Review of 59-6485. 



РАО:; 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7):135 



U.K. Salmon & Trout 59-64S7 


Drury, R.E.H, (1959) 59-6490 


Association (1959) 


Salm. Trout Mag. , ( 1 55 ) •: 22-8 


Salm. Trout Hag., ( 155): 70 p. 


The rights of riparian ovmers in 




relation to river hoard activities 


Contains editorial notes ^ 




correspondence, papers c: discussion 


A note on the situation in the U.K. 


at Association meetin^'S^ reports of 


Follov/ed Ъу discussion. 


committees y 'oiological notes 5 accounts;, 




Ъоок reviev/s. 




PAO:sjh MF 


FAO • s jh F 


Levinge, R. (1959) 59-6488 


Fleming, P. (1959) 59-6491 


Salm. Trout Mag. , (155)9-12 


Salm. Trout Mag. , ( 1 55 ) с 29-42 


The case for artificial proparcation 


The prevention of poaching in lochs 


of salmon 


and rivers near main roads in 




Scotland 


A discussion paper referring to Salmo 




salar fisheries in Ireland. 


llote on legislation c: enforcement 




prohleras for Atlantic salmon <": trout. 




Followed by discussion. 


FAOcsjh MF 


FAOi'SJh ■ MF 


Frosty V'.E. (1959) 59-6489 


Brown, M.E. (1959) ■ 59-6492 


Salm. Trout Ma,-. , ( 155 ) : 1 3-21 


Salm . Trout Mag. , (155)^-6 4-6 


The case for artificial propagation 


Biological notes 


of salmon 






îJotes under headings с Spavniing 


A discussion paper referring to Salm.o 


hchaviour;; BroY/n trout in small, 


salar '■ Oncorhynchus fisheries, "■■ to 


acid streams. 


59-6480, followed by discussion. 




PAO,sóh HF 


FAOcsJh 



59/9/043' 



2(7)136 



înequist^ P. (1959) 



Götebo rgs Havsfiskeför. АагзЪ, ^ 



59-6493 
1952^ 



285 р. 
АгзЪок 195S 



(Yearbook 195ô) 



Annual report of the association;, 
nautical tables 5 Swedish fisheries 
administrationj, review of fishery 
regulations, various conversion tables ^ 
fisheries statistics ¿:. various other 
short notes for fishermen. 



PAO^tl 



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L.B.P. (1959) 

Mar, Obs. ., 29382-4 

Ocean current observations 



59-6494 



Instructions for ships on observing 
surface currents with emphasis on the 
accuracy of the observations 
depending on the determination of 
positions. 



FAOctl 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-6495 

liar. Obs. , 29,:G4-5 

The national Océanographie Council - 
Annual report 

SuiTimary of the follovàng items of the 
reports marine physics, marine 
biology c: the activities of PlRS 
DISCOVERY II. 



FAOctl 



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Anonymous (1959) 

liar. Obs. , 29:86 

State of sea photographs 



59-6496 



State of sea photographs from force 
1 to force lOj \ 
more photographs 



1 to force lOj v/ith reo^uest for 



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Poll 5 11. U. (I95Ö) 59-6497 

Hamburg ; I5 P» 

Zur Nieder Schlagsmessung auf See:: 
Ergebnisse von Vergleichsmessungen 
auf Feuerschiffen und benachbarten 
Inseln (The measurement of 
precipitation at sea3 results of 
comparative measurements obtained on 
light-ships and neighbouring islands) 

Review of the problem of the 
measurement of precipitation at sea^ 
comparison of existing measurements 
v/ith measurements on island stations 
& recommendations for future 
improvement of the measurements. 
' 2tl M 



P. P.P. (1959) 59-649S 

Mar. Obs. , 29:87 

The maeasurement of precipitation at 
seas results of comparative 
measiirements obtained on light-ships 
and neighbouring islands 

Review of 59-6497« 



FAO: 



FAO 59/9/б.:34 



2(7)^37 



7" 



Petri, 0. (Comp.) (195Û) 59-6499 
Hamburg;, 38 p» 

Statistik der I.Ieereswellen in der 
Nords ee-auf Grund von Beooaclitungen dei 
Bordvvett erwarten des Deutschen 
Wetterdienstes (iTorth Sea v/ave 
statistics - based on observations of 
ship weather stations of the German 
Meteorological Service) 

Presentation of statistics in 
graphical ?. tabular form & 
discussion of the results. 



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59-6501 
(Card 2) 

feeding habits of the spp. ¿c 
compares the fishes^, their feeding 
habits ^- environments for both lakes 
to indicate their grouping by 
different biotoiyes. 



FiE I hr 



P.R.B. (1959) 59-6500 

Kar. Ob s . , 29:88 

ÎTorth Sea v/ave statistics - based on 
observations of ship v/eather stations 
of the German Meteorological Service 

Review of 59-6499. 



PAO: 



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Brehm, V. (1959) 



59-6503 



Ré s uit, sei. Expier. hydrobiol.ICivu. 

Sduärä~r Albei-t, "3(3) - 67-100 
Cía do cera. De 



A taxonomic study encompassing also 
information on zoogeography of the 
spp, c, planktonic forms, biotopic 
classification of the spp. c-. their 
occurrence in the stomach of 
different spp. of fish in the lakes 
Kivu;, Edward ■'- Albert. 



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Verbeke, J. (1959) 59-6501 

Ré sul t . s ci . Expl or . hyô.robi.ol . K.ivu ^ 

Eduard d:" Albert , 3(3)^1-66 
Le régime alimentaire des poissons des 
lacs Eduard et Albert (The feeding 
habits of fishes of lakes Sdv/ard and 
Albert) 

Outlines the main groups of 
invertebrates of the lakes, c: gives 
in tabular form, the results of 
studies of stomach & intestine contents 
of 17 spp. of lake Edward с 23 of lakc^ 
Albert. Summarises the results of the 
study in an attempt to establish the 



liincks, Ü.D. (1959) 59-6504 

Result, sei . Explor . hydrobiol . ICivu , 

Eduard .'•" Albert, 3(3) 101-6 
I'ermap t эга . _En 

A list of 10 sp. with notes on 
distribution (.1 abundance. 



PiB 3 hr 



FAQ 59/9/6434 



2(7)-:138 



—* 



Jacquemart, S. (1959) 59~б505 

R é sul t .^s с i. Expl o r_»_hy d г о Ъ i о 1 . Ki vu ¡, 

Lduard г": А1ЪёгТ 7 3 ( 3 h 1 07-36 ■ 
Tri chop t era du lac AlЪert 
(Trichoptera of lake Albert) 

A taxonomic study of tlie si^p. "vvith 
tabular information of the 
distribution of the spp. in lakes YAvu^ 
Sdward f^ Albert. 



FiB : hr 



Vrydagh, J.-M. (1959) 



59-6508 



I^ésult . sei. Explor . hydrobiol.Kiv u^ 

Eduard Г Alb ert, 3(3) .: 1 о9--9б 
Bostrychidae. Fr 

A list of 6 spp. v/ith notes on 
distribution, from lakes ICivUy 
Edv/ard. c: Albert. 



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Chrispeels^ A. (1959) 59-6506 

Result .sei. Ex^jI o r , hj drobiol . Kivu ¡, 

Eduard f Albe rt, З'ГзУПЗТ-Но 
Larves de Chironomidae (Díptera 
Nema to cera) (Larvae of 
Chironomidae - Díptera ÎTematocera) 

The 1st part contains a morphological 
description of the most common groups 
of spp. of lakes Kivuy Edward ■"■ 
Albert r"' an identification key;; the 2nc. 
contains descriptions of the stations j, 
v/ith lists of the spp. collected. 
Some information on the vertical 
distribution of the benthic larvae is 
given. The importance of ch.ironom.id 



Carl i sie y D.E. с:. 

F, Knowles (1959) 
London^ Cambridge Univ> 
Endocrine control in crustaceans 



59-6509 
Prcss^ 120 p. 



MF 



59-6506 
(Gard 2) 
larvae as food for fish is discussed. 



FiB . hr 



Taylor., E. г, 59-6510 

D.J. Slinn (195s) 
J.Anim.Eco l. , 27:15-25 
Observations on the ecology of some 
brackish v/ater organisms in pools 
at Scarlett Pointy isle of Man 

Description of environmental 
characteristics of the pools. 
Qualitative ^'. quantitative compositictn 
of the biota:; habitat preferences of 
Idotea chelipeS y Jaera nordraanni Л 
J. albifrons ; Gamma rus duebeni à. 
Procerodes ulvae. 



PAO;, sjh 



MF 



í^lO 59/9Л434 



2(7):139 



Edv/ards, R.L. (195S) .59-6311! 


l\icker, D.S. (195Ö)- 59-6514 


J . Anim . Ecol . , 27 : 37~45 


J. Anim. Ecol. s 27.105-19 


Movements of ixidividual members in a 


The distribution- -of ■ some fresh-v/ater 


population of the shore сгаЪ , CarcinuF, 


invertebrates in ponds- in relation to 


maenas L. c, in the littoral z;one 


annual fluctuations in the chemical 




composition of the \7ater 


Iiarkin¿T experiments - by clipping 




toothed carapace - in Southampton 


14 month survey of 16 ponds in 


\7ater gave movement, population 


S, England; special reference to 


densities &c survival rates ^ size 
differences on shore c; off-shore^ by 


molluscs, leeches, flatv/orms. GammaruE 


Ci- Aselluso Relation of distribution 


S G3CG S • 


to water hardness л: colour. 


FAO'.sjh M 


FAO.sjh P 


Orians, G. К. (195Ö) 59-6512 


Macan, T. T. (l95ö) 59-6515 


J. Anim. Ecol. , 27:71-84 


J. Anim. Ecol. 5 27:159-61 


A capture-recapture analysis of a 


Reflections of an ecologist 


shearv/ater population 






Critical review of 5834ЗО. 


Marking experiments on Procellaria 




puffinus breeding on Skokholm Island, 




S. V."aleSc, gave population size of these 




preda+ors on fish. 




FAO^sjh MG 


FAO G G 


Leslie^ F.ÏÏ. (l95ö) 59-6513 


Swift, D.R. (I95S) 59-6516 


J. Anim. Ecol. с 27s84-6 


J.Anim.Ecol. , 27:161 


Statistical appendix 


Fish physiology 


Sistrihution ¿ ecological notes on 


Critical reviev/ of 570207. 


spp. studied in survey 1953-56 of 144 




small lakes- relation of occurrence 




of some sjjp. to occurrence of aquatic 




weeds. 




PAO'.sjh F 


FAO : MF 



FA^ 59 



/9/6s.34 



2(7):140 



Votintsevy К. К. í: 59-6517 

ÏÏ.V. УегЪо1оуа (1959)' 
C.R.Acad. Soi.U.R. S. S. , 12бгб50-3 
О vliianii sgonno-nagonnykh iavlenii i 
vnutrennykh. voln na gidrokhimicheskii 
rezhim osera Baikal (On the 
influence of internal v/avec and 
variations of the water level caused "by 
the wind on the hydrochemical regime 
of lake Baikal) 

Annotation to follow. 



^tavrovGkiij A.S. (1959) 



59-6520 



FAO; 



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Vladimirov, V.I, ^: 59-65 1С 

K.I. Semenov (1959') " 
С R. Acad. Se i . U.R. Si S. , 126^663-6 
Kriticheskii period v rasvitii 
lichinok гуЪ (a critical period in 
the development of fish larvae) 

Annotation to follow. 



FAO г 



MF 



C.R.Acad.oci.U.R.S.S. , 12бс7бЗ-6 
Rasprostranenie voln na granitse 
uprugogo poluprostvanstva 
vyzyvaemykhvolnami zhidkosti v 
hasseine so skachkoohrazno 
meniaiushcheisia gluhinoi 
(propagation of V\ra,ves at the boundary 
surface of an elastic semispacej 
caused by v/ave motion in a liquid- 
filled hasin in v/hich the depth change^ 
abruptly) 



Annotation to follow. 



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Lisitsyn, A. P. (1959) 59-6521 
C. R.Acad. Sci.U.R. S.S. , 12б''о63-6 
líovye dannye о raspredelenii i sostave 
vzveshennykh vechchestv v moriakh i 
okeanakh v sviasi s voprosami geologii 
(Recent data on the distribution and 
composition of substances in 
suspension in seas and oceans j viewed 
in connection v/ith geologic problems) 

Annotation to follow. 



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Chinar ina J A.D. (1959) 



59-6519 



C.R.Acad. Sci.U.R. O.S. , 126:667-70 
Ismenenie okraski treski Gadus mor hua 
m or hua L. ¡, odinochnoi i v stae^ v 
aavisimosti et fona (Color 
variation in Gadus morhua morhua L. ¡, 
both individual and in shoal j as 
dependent on the background) 

Annotation to follo\7. 



U. S. Bureau of Sport 59-6522 
Fisheries L V.'ildlife. Branch 
of Fish Hatcheries (1958) 

Statist. Big.U.S. Fish V/ildl.Serv. , (42) 

44 p. 
Propagation and distribution of food 
fishes for the calendar year 1955-1956 



Tabulates the fish (' 

distributed by fish-cultural stations. 



fish eggs 



FAO 2 



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FiBsefa 



FAO 59/9/6434 



2(7)3141 



Ewingj J. í: 



59-6523 



M, Ewing (1959) 
Bull, geol. So с. Al -лег, ^ 10{3) ■:2Э^-3^1 
SeiGmic-reiraction measurements in the 
Atlantic ocean Ъаз1пз5 in the 
Mediterranean Bea¡, on the mid-Atlantic 
ridge 5 and in the Norv/egian Sea 

GA 1(4)1-G86. 



Maldonado-Eoerdell^ IL (195Ô) 59-5524 



Ciencia, l8(7-8) : IO5-I 3 



Recientes adelantos en geofísica y 
geología submarinas en las areas del 
Océano Pacífico próximas a í'iéxico 
(Seccnt progress in submarine 
geophysics and geology in Pacific ocean 
areas near Mexico) 

GA 1(4)1-900. 



Tí 



Gorsline., D.o 



59-6525 
ICO. Emery (1959) 
BulLgeoLSocAmer. , 70(3) ■.279-90 
Turbidity-current deposits in San Pc-dro; 
and Santa Monica basins off Southern j 



GA l(4):1~94i 



) 

L 



РАО 59/9A434 



McKee^ E.D. у J. Clironic 59-6526 

c: S,E. Leopold (1959) 
Bull . Amer . Ass . Petrol . Geol . ^ 43 ( 3 ) ; 

501--62 
Sedimentary belts in lagoon of 
Kapingamarangi Atoll 

GA 1(4)1-950. Systematic bottom 
sampling in the lagoon of 
lía. p i ngama r a ngi At 1 1 j Ca г о 1 ine 
islands 5 indicates that sediments 
accumulating there are of 6 principal 
types ;, each characteristic of c: 
largely restricted to definite depth 
1 j.niits. 



KcMurtrey, R.G, & al. (1959) 59-^527 
Bui 1 . M о nt . Bur Mines ^ (9) '45 P« 
Preliminary report on the geology and 
T/ater resources of the Bitterroot 
valley, Montana, v/ith a section on 
chemical quality of water 

GA 1(4)1-955» 



F 



"Por Id Fishing Boat 

Congress 2nd (1959) 
FAQ, Rome, 5»1C April 1959 
J;\^pers 



59-65 



¿o 



liicl. prospectus, report 



list of 

participa.ntssi list of documents ^>:. 
cojitributions to meeting of which 
theme v;as fishing craft j performan 
o: sessions of which were conducted 
under topic headings;: tactics^: 
CQjiStruction;, sea behaviour j 
productivity. Contributions have 
abstr. in P7_glishs French ^-: Spanis 
Those of particular interest in 



2(7)^42 



59-6528; 

(Card 2) i 
connection with rerjources studies & 
fisheries assessments are annotated as 
follows, 59-6530, 59-6531/59-6549 
59-6558. 59-656C •'■• 59-657V 
the others are cited only. 



De ^.'.'it, J.G. (.1959) 



59-6532 



.'orld Fish.Boat Congr. 5 2., Pap.no. jj 



11 p. 
Drift-nettin, 
equipment. 



i^. deck design 

Fr Es 



,nd 



FiB:sjh 



Hardy, A.C. (1959) 59-6530 

üorld Fish. Boat Congr. ^ 2, Tap. no. 1 5 5P 
Principal fishing hoat types. 
Fr Es 



Gives a table of types of craft; 
incl. research vessels, used in each 
country. 



FiBisjh 



Jolvinj Т.Е. (1959) 



59-6533 



"■Tor 1 d I'''i sh .Boat Congr . 5 2 , Pap . no . 4 y 

15 p. 
Gillnet fishing: deck design and 
eq_uipment. Fr Ss 



FiB ■ X 



Svenlrerudj 11. ( Comp. ) ( I959) 59-6531 

7orld Fish. Boat. Congr. , 2 ^ Pap . no .' 2 ^ 6 p , 
liomenclature and symbols 

A table of technical terms â. units of 
measurement used by naval architects. 



lianasashiy Y. , C. Boke ' 59-6534 

С S. GhigTisa .(1959) 
"orld Fish. Boat Congr. ., 2, Pap. no • 5? 

33 p. 
Lcngline fishings deck design and 
e c_u i pm en t . Fr Es 



FiBssjh 



LIG 



FiBsx 



b\Aû 59/9/6-1-34 



2(7)c143 



j 

Muramatsus S. (1959) 
V.'orld Fish. Boat Congr. 

13 p. 
Fole and line fishings 
and equipment. Fr 


59-6535 
P 2 J Pap.no. 6p 

deck design 
Es 


Hansons ii.G. (1959) 59-653G j 
'■'orld Pish. Boat Congr. , 2,, Pap.no. 9, : 

5 p. 
Steel and vood scantling tahles 
("estern coast of U.S.A.). Fr Es 


FiEcx 




FiBsx 


von Brandt, A. & 
С Birkhoff (1959) 

V;orld Fish. Boat Con^r. 
15 p. 

Travelings deck design 

Fr Eg 


59-6536 
_¿_ 2^ Pap.no. 7? 
and equipment . 


Simpson, D.S. (1959) 59-6539 
■■/orld Fish. Boat Congr. ^ 2., Pap, no, 10^ 

34 p. 
Suggested standard scantlings. 
Fr Es 


FiBsx 




FiB г X 


Hardy;, A.C. c- 

H.E.H. Pain (1959) 
'..'or Id Fish. Boat Congr. 


59-6537 
5 2 .J Pap.no. G 5 
trav/lers. 


do Lasado, P. В. (1959) 59-6540 
Uorld Finh.Boat Congr. 5 2, Pap.no. Il, 

1? P" 
Glass reinforced plastic hulls, 
Fr Es 


8 p. 

Centralised control of 

' Fr Es 
1 

t 
i 


FiBsx 




FiBsx 



FAG 59Л'/6434 



2(7)c144 



Eeay, G. A. С: 59-6541 . 
J.LI. Shewan (1959) \ 


» 

Stokke, I.B. (1959) 59-6544 
'..orld Pish. Boat Concr. , 2^ Ра'Э.по. 15s 


'Vorld Pish. Boat Сопд-г. , 2 Pap.no. 12, ! 


10 p. 


16 p. 
The care of the catch. Pr Es 


Propulsion engines for fishing Ъoats. 
Pr Es 


PiB :: X 


PiB ex 


riacGalliun^ V.'.A. (1959) ' 59-6542 
World Pish. Boat ...Сопат. ,. 2, Pap.no. 13 

23 p. , 
The fish room - Encineerin^- and 
architecture. Pr Es 


Hopwood, G. r,:. 59-6545 

ÎT.VJ.IT. îlewSG (1959) 
■",'orld Pish. Boat Congr. , 2, Pap.no. 165 

17 p. 

Steam versus diesel. Pr Es 

■ 


PiB ex 


* 

i 
PiB SX ; 


Siavin, J.".-. (1959) 59-6543 
\7o r 1 d Pi sh . Boa t Co n.'^^r . , 2 , Pap . no . 1 4 ? 

15 p. 
Icin£, versus freezinj^. Pr Es 


Süherkrüh, P. (1959) 59-б54б : 
'■^rld Pish. Boat Conr;r. , 2, Pap.no. 17 ?' 

о p. 
Propulsion systems for motor trawlers. 
Pr Es 


1 
PiB:x ■ 


PiB ex 



РЛС 59/9/6434 



2(7):145 



Chardomej A. (1959) 



59-6547 



V.-orld Fish» Boat Con^r. , 2, Pap.no, 18 

10 p. 
Recent trawlerc fitted with multiple 
reduction gears. Pr Es 



PiBsx 



Inamuraj 1С. f- 59-^54^' 

M. ITimoniya (1959) 
V.'orld Fish. Boat Conç-^r. , 2^ Pap.no. 19^ 

6 p. 
Device for raising and lowering 
propellers. Fr Es 



FiBsx 



Chapelle, II. I. (1959) 59-6550 
У.'о rid Fi S h . Boa t Co ngr . , 2j Pap. no. 21 ^ 

15 p. 
Comments on hull form design of 
fishing hoats. Fr Es 



'UEcx 



Gillmerj Т.е. (l959) 



59-6551« 



V.4j_rld Fish. Boat Congr. ^ 2¡) Pap« no. 22 ¡, 

10 p. 
Model tests of some fishing launches. 
Pr Es 



FiBïX 



Benford 5 H. & 59-6549 

M. Kossa (1959) 
V.'orld Fish. Boat Сопр;г. ., 2^ Pap.no. 20 ^ 

18 p. 
An analysis of dimensions, weights 
and costs. Fr Es 

A general detailed analysis of factors 
of vessel size. 



La ck епЪу, II, ( 1959) 59-6552 

".."or Id P'ish.Bo at Congr_._^' 2 , Pap . no . 23 

17 p. 

i'.cviüw of B.S.Fc.A. trawler research. 
Fr Es 



FiB^sjh 



MG 



FiBcx 



РАО 59/9/6434 



2(7)г14б 



Tothillj J. T. (1959) 59-6553 

■.Vorld' Fish.Eoa^ Confer« ^ 2 5 Pap.no, 24 ? 

I и p. 
An advanced hull and propeller desi^jn. 
Fr Es 



FiBcx 



Möckelj ".7. (1959) 59-6556 

"'orld Fish. Боа t Con¡r^^r. ., 2^ Pap.no. 27;, 

18 p. 
Behaviour of trawlers at sea - II. 
Fr Es 



FiB-x 



Dickson, V:, (1959) 59-6554 

'."'orld Fish. Boat Congr. ., 2¡, Pap.no. 25s 
11 p. 



Fr 



he loads imposed Ъу trawling gear. 

Es 



Zv,'0lsman, VJ. (1959) 59-6557 
■7orld Fish. Boat Congr, , 2,, Pap.no. 28^ 

5 p. 
Remarks on the shape of Dutch coastal 
fishing hoats. Fr Es 



Tabulation of tov/ing performance of 2 
trawlers of very different sizes. 
Measurements of drag on gear, developed 
horse-pov/er, L speed; discussion of 
these. 



PiB:;SJh 



M 



PiBïX 



Vossers;, G. (1959) 59-6555 

"Jor'ld Fish. Boat Congr. ^ 2, Pap.no. 26, 

14 p. 
New perspectives in sea hehaviour. 

Fr Es 



van Ivlanen, J.D., G, Yossers 59-655Ö 

Í- И. Rijken (1959) 
V/or 1 d Fi Gh . Boa t - G'ongr . , 2, Pap.no. 29 ^ 

8 p. 
Tests v/ith a trav/ler model in waves. 
Fr Es 

Incl. measures of trav/ling speeds к 
drag, г- discussion of these. 



FiBcx 



PiB::3Jh 



M 



FAo 59/9/6. :.34 



2(7):147 



! 

Trciung, J.-O. (1959) 59-6559 j 
'.7orl¿ Fish.Boat , Congr. 5 2, Pap.no, 3C, j 

14 p. i 
The prismatic coefficient. Pr Es i 

PiB:x 


Takagi, A. (1959) 59-6562 j 
"'orld Fish.Boat Congr, 3 2^ Pap.no. 33<; 

12 p. 
Hot es on stability. Pr Es 

PiB ex 


Doust, D.J. (1959) • 59-6560 
'.7orld Fish.Boat Congr., 2, Pap.no. 31:, 

n p. 
Trav/ler forms with hulbous hows. 

Pr Es 

PiBsx 


Paulling, J. 5 Jr. (1959) 59-6563 
V.orld Fish.Boat Congr., 2, Pap.no. 34? 


12 p. 
Transverse . stahility of tuna clippers. 
Pr Es 

PiB ex 


Taniguchij K. (1959) 59-6561 
T/orld PishoBoat Congr. 5 2^ Pap,no.32¡, 

■ 9 p. 

Tests of fishing hoat models in ;7aves. 
Pr Es 

PiB ;: X 


Jablonski, 0. (1959) ^^ 59-6564 
V.orld Fish.Boat Congr. ¡, 2, î'ap. no. 35? 


10 p. 
A method to determine freeboard in 
relation to stahility. Pr Es 

PiB SX 



mo 59/9/6..,34 



2(7)=148 



.enciei, :c. (1959) 



59-6565 



orle" 7ish.Loat Coi'iffr. ^ 2; Pap.no. 36 j, ; 
-•ifc'-tj'- iror.: capGÍsin¿- 



Beach, D.D. (1959) 59-6566 

V;or 1 d Fi sh . Боа t Соп^т . , 2 ._, Pap.. no. 39 > 



8 p 



ъ* 



Fr 



îîiller, ^.Jn.C. (1959) 59-6566 

V.'orld Fish. Boat Congr. ^ 2j Pap.no. 37 5 

11 p. 

Causes of accidents. Fr Es 



FiBcx 



59-6567 



5 Pap.no. jSj 



Gurtnerj P. (1959) 

^".orlä Fish. Boat Con/^r. ^ 2 

16 p. 

Z-evelopiP.ent of a Doat for India's surf 
co^iSts. Fr 2s 



FiBsx 



Commercial outboard fishing; craft ¡ 
Fr Es 



Incl. description of the hydrographie , 
conditions. ' 



FiBr.sjh 



M 



Otsu, Y. , II. Yokohama 59-6569 | 

c: T. Kohayashi (l959) ! 

'.' "orld Fish. Boat Con^r. , 2 ¡, Pap . no . 4C ^ i 
' 10 p. 

Traditional Japanese small fishing 
craft . Fr Es 



FiBsx 



Ringhaver, L. С (l959) 59-6570 

7orld Fish. Boat Сопг.т. , 2s Pap.no. 41 > 

9 p. 
X)esign and mass production of shrir.p 

trawlers. Fr Es 



FiBsx 



li^o 59/9/6-34 



2(7)-149 



4>'Oi'j.c'óX J Е»С»Б. с 



59-65(1 

■J. Venus (1959) ■ 
w'orlcl Fish. Boat Confer. , 2^ Pap.no, 42 5, 

10 p. 
Development of a trawler of unorthodox 
desir:n. Fr Es 



Nakata J T. (1959) 



59-65' 



rorld Fish. Boat Congr. ^ 2 ¡ Ратэ , no , 45 



10 p. 
Biesel whale catchers. 



Fr 



^iB; 



Boogaards P. (1959) 59-6572 

'".''or Id Fi S h . Б О a t С о rigr . , 2<, Pap.no. 43 ^ 

7 Р» 
The Netherlands post-war fishing 
fleet. Fr Es 



Sato, S. (1959) 59-657: 

V/orld Fish. Boat Congr. ^ 2 ¡> Pap . no . 4-' , 

17 p. 
Modern refrigerated factory ships 
in Japan. Fr Es 



FiBí 



FiBsx 



Ileinsohnj Ы. (1959) 59-6573 

"(orld Fish. Boat Congr . ^ 2 ^ Pap . no . 44 j 

15 p. 
Design studies for stern trawlers. 
Fr Es 



PiBcx 



Sv/iecicki, J. (1959) 59-6576 

y.'orld Fish. Boat Congr. , 2^ Pap.no. 47, 

16 p. 
Choice of hoat type and size for 
Polish deep-sea fisheries. 
Fr Es 

Analyses trends of development in 
world fisheries.;; criteria of choice 
of vessel for specific production 
conditions^ approximate;^ statistical;, 
ê". graphical methods for analysis & 
correlation of parameters of vessel с 
distance to grounds ^ crev/ size^ daily 
catchy etc. 
FiBsjh M 



?í.v 'j 



9/9/6434 



2(7)c150 



-.u,,.ie 



r.c, (1959) 



59-6577 
2 J Pap.no. 48. 



Foderá, V. j A. Cambiano 



Wo rld. Fish. Boat Congr, 

" "13 p. 

Propulsion and proceosin^j machinery 

xor doei^-sea trawlers. Fr Es 



FiB:x 



¿z R. Sara (1959) 
orld Fish. Boat 



Con,'";r . 



59-65OC 
Pap.no. 51 



11 p. 
Bes hateaux de pêche siciliens 
specialises (Specialized 

Sicilian fishing hoats). En 



FiBîx 



Guerroultj E.P. (1959) 59-6578 
"forlu Fish. Boat Con^r. , 2j Pap. no, 49 y 
llavire français de grande pêche salée 
(French salt-fish trawlers). 
En Es 



FiBox 



Boust, B.J. (1959) 59-6579 

'..'orld Fish. Boat Congr. , 2, Pap.no. ^0 ^ 

11 p. 
Statistical analysis of resistance dat^, 
for trawlers, Pr Es 



FAO 59/9А.:34 



Ghigi 5 



A. (1959) 59-650I 

Ric.sci. , 29^905-29 
Protesione del la natura e parchi 
nasionali nel giro del mondo horeale 
(Protection of wild life and national 
parks in a flight through the northern 
hemisphere). En Pr Be 

Account of visit to museiAmSj aquaria 
¿" national parks in USA, Japan^ 
Philippines^ Thailand}, Burm¡, India 
(?: Nepal. 



FAOcglk 



MF 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6582 

Fish. News Lett.Aust. ^ lS(5)c5 
"Red tide" in Port Phillip Bay 

Note on this occurrence in Victoria., 
Australia. 



GLKsglk 




* J пП - ,7 



2(7)И51 



59-65G3 



üket, В. (1959) 

Eull.3ci.Youg_. ^ 4^.105-6 

Einige neue Formen der blalacostraca 

c.us Jugoslawien - II (iTcw 

Tala costra from Yougoslavie - II) 

111. description of Asellus p ava ni 
de mi nu tu s sp.nov.^ c: nev/ spp. of 
Li onel i st ra Ъег1_са<, ITiphargus aquil e:-: c-: 
¥.» orcinus. 



n . r- -1-, 



Czihakj G. Í: 
LI. l^ei (1959 

Bull. soi. ^OVvÇr. 



59-6534 



i^> 4И10 

idiotography p television and the use 
of bottom sampler, compared as 
methods for quantitative analyses of 
benthic populations 

Зиглглагу of a report read before the 
16 th asr.emhly of CIESM in Mona со ^ 
Octoher 1958. 



FAOs 



LIP 



LîarinlzoviCp M. ¿z 59-65 C5 

Lio Zei (1959) 
B ull, soi. Youg. , 4^-110-1 
The nutritive value of fish flesh 
considered in relation to the ecology 
of 1'j.oij.eL; 



Summary of a report read before the 
I6th assembly of CIESM in Monaco ^ 
October 1950. 



PAO s 



MP 



Buljan, M. (1959) 59-05^ 

Bull. Gci. Ypug. .^ 4:111 
Evidence of non-adiabatic (volccj^i'iic, 
Y/arming of the deep waters of a sea 

XVI t h general assembly of the 
International Comudssion for the 
Scientific Investigation of the 
Mediterranean^ Monaco, 20th-25th 
October J 1958. 



t I 



PAO • 



M 



Georgievj, 



l: 



(1957) 
1c 39-49 



59-658^ 



Folia balc_. 
über die Hydrachniden des Chridsec 
Bassins (On the hydrachnids o: 
lake Ohr id basin) 

List of known spp. 5 author found 
45 spp, of which 16 are new to 
Macedonia c: 22 to the basin. 



"^-_С 



jsjh 



ICaraman<> S. (1957) 59-55ÜC 

Folia balo. , 1(7)^35-8 

Eine n-^ue Ingolf iella aus Jugoslav/icr. 

Ingolf iella petkovsl-:ii n.sp. 

(A nev; Ingolfiella in Yugoslavia., 

I'lgolfiella petLiovsk^ii n.sp. ) 

Description of ground-water form. 



sjh 



'^^ 59/9A.34 



2(7)-^'152 



Collier, A. 5 ICH. DrunuTiond 59-65C9 

с: G. В. Austin, Jr. (19,5c) 
Spec, sei. Rep. и. S. Fish \"."ildl. Serv. .^ 

(249}c417 p. 
Gulf of Mexico physical and chemical 
data from ALASKA cruises - v;ith a notei 
on some aspects of the physical 
oceanoû'raphy of the Gulf of Hexico 

Tables incl. observations on salinity^ 
temperature J Gi{p:na~tj nitrate-nitrite 
nitrogen, total phosphorus ^ inor/^',;;nic 
jjhosphorus;, "carbohydrates" 5 and 
"proteins". Some special data on the 
uranium >''.■. phosphorus content of 
certain water samples ': sediments 



59-6509 
( Card 2 ) 
are incl. A brief introduction incl. 
remarks on the physical oceanography 
of the Gulf of Mexico r'-, the study of 
organic compounds. 



GLK:glk 



M 



Hiñe, R.L. (Ed.) (1959) 59-6591 
V.'isconsin Conse r v.Dep. ,j Madison , IO4 p! 
Research in V.'isconsin - A technical 
digest of research results in fish, 
forest and game management (1957-5^) 

Reports, by the research r/orkcrs 
engaged, of investigations on trout - 
population study, habitat evaluation - 
Y/arm-water spp. - population study, 
general biology -, pathology L 
nutrition of fishes, c".- ecology Í: 
physiology of lake fishes- objectives 
tr. procedures are generally given for 
each project. 
WADsglk F 



FAO ^^Э/ЭМЪА 



Uorthington, Е.Б. (195c) 



59-6592 



Hertford, S.Austin t: Sons Ltd., 462 p. 
Science in the development of Africa 



Part I deals v;ith principles с 
generalities 5 part II v/ith the 
physical background;; rjart IV with 
human subjects'^ part III, dealing with 
biological subjects, contains chapter 
on fisheries, marine i" inland, 
describes the problems <" reports 
research ':o solve them. 



FAC ,. glk 



KF 



Grabda, E. , Z. Kozar 59-6593 

f": !7. Slusarski (1953) 
Uarssawa, II8 p. 

Parasitology and parasitologists in 
Poland 

A general reviev; of progress in 
parasitological science in Poland 
containing lists of institutions, 
research vvorkers c'; the problems, 
prepared on account of the 10th 
anniversary of the foundation of the 
Polish Parasitological Society; 
has alphabetical index shov/ing 
institutions Л workers - by reference 



numbers - concerned with fish 
parasites. 



59-6593 
(Card 2) 



GLK^eg 



MF 



2(7)^153 



Poulsen, E.M. (1959) 

Hal i fax y U.S. C ana aa ; 4 P?. 

lŒTAF newsletter no. 32 



59-6595 



Contains current information aЪout 
activities of ICîTAF L it с committees 
puЪlications5 nev/s of fi^ihing 
operations in the F,7 Atlantic as 
knovm at date of issue ^ G July 1959« 



FiB:sjh 



M 



Portugal. Direccao das 



59-6596 



Pescarlas 



(195-^ ■ 



о; 



ЫзЪоа» Ministerio da líarinha a 57 P» 
Estatística das pescas marítimas no 
continente e ilhas adjacentes no ano 
de 1956 (Marine fisheries 
statistics for the continent and 
adjacent islands in 1956) 

Production of fishj molluscs., 
crustaceans ci cetaceans Ъу spp. 5 
months ;, area c\ method of capture; 
vessels constructed Ô: operating;_; 
numher of fishermen employed. Incl. 
data for hrackish waters. 
FAO:. sjh MF 



Anonymous ( 1 9 5 9 ) 

ITe\7 Scient. ., 52888-9 

Robot weather men for the South 



59-6593 



ÎTote on Melbourne symposium on 
Antarctic mete oro logy 5, ^ the use of 
ship-hourne ¿. automatic weather 
stations in the Southern Ocean. 



FAO,:sjh 



M 



Anon¿nnous (1959) 

ÍTev/ Scient. , 5-906 

Rohot helmsman for trav/lers 



Hote on trial of an automatic 
steering device. 



59-6599 



FAO: sjh 



M 



9-6597 



Portugal. Direccao das 

Pescarlas (1958) 
Lishoa, Ministerio da Marinha ^ 57 P» 
Estatística das pescas marítimas no 
continente e ilhas adjacentes no ano 
de 1957 (Marine fisheries 
statistics for the continent and 
adjacent islands in 1957) 

Production of fishy molluscs p 
crustaceans í. cetaceans ^j spp, ^ 
months y area c.-, method of capture; 
vessels constructed с operating;; 
numher of fishermen employed. Incl. 
data for hrackish waters, 
РАО: sjh MP 



î^- 59/9А.-;з4 



Anonymous (1959) 
New Scient. , 5^929 
Беер -sca crawler 



59-6600 



A short note on an unidentified non- 
swimning fish reported hjr Scripps 
Institution from deep v/ater off '.Test 

Mexico. 



FAO: sjh 



M 



2(7):154 



Б1еЪ1, P.. (1959) 59~бб01 
Bot. mar., 1(1~2);2-14 . 
Zellphysiolo^jische Beobachtungen -an 
Blasenzellen einiger Eotalgen 
(Cell physiological observations on 
vesicular cells of red algc.e). 
En Fr 

Determination of hypotonic rosiotance 
of vesicular colls of Asparagopsis 
arma ta 5 Falkenb orgia ruf ulano sa, 
Bonnoraaisonia hamifcra> Traill iella 
intricata^ Antithamnion plunula c:. 
A. sarniense showed considerable 
differences in the osmotic resistance 
of the vesicular cells of the 

i 


Bergquist, P.L. (1959) 59-6604 
Bot.mnr., l(l-2):22-53 
A statistical aioTiroach to the ecology 
of Eormosira banl:sii. Fr De 

A detailed ecological study of 
populations of this brown alga¡, the 
most prominent miember of midlittoral 
communities on sheltered coasts in 
'Eqm Zealand. 

SJH:sjh M 


; 59-6601 

(Card 2) 
Bonnemaisoniaceae c- the CeramiaceaOe 

SJH:rb M^ 


Schmidt C.J. (1959) 59-6605 
Dot. mar., 1 ( 1-2 ) ..,54-64 
iiarine Rotalgen. Chem.ie und 
praktische Bedeutung - I. îiitteilung:' ' 
Chemische -Zusammensetzung (Marine 
red algae. Chemistry and practical 
importance - I. Chemical composition) 

A literature review^ with 
tabulations of data for many spp. t. 
incl. discussion of vitamins^ 
antibiotics, ashj metals j, amino- 
acidSy carbohydrates y lipoids. 

SJIksjh M 


Söderström^ J. (1959) 59-6603 
Bot. mar. s 1 (1-2). 15-21 
A Sv/edish find of Antithamnion 
cruciatum (Ag) Naegeli o< genuina 
IColderup Rosenvinge. Pr De 

Describes this plant - knoivn in Svrcden 
previously only as f. radicans - c: its 
habitat J Borgila Fjord - a sea loch in 
mid-Bohuslän. Many ill. 

SJH^sjh M 


Serene 5 R, (l957) 59-6606 
Bull . Soc. zool . Fr . 5 G2 ( 1 ) c1 07-1 9 
Observations sur Crthopagurus harmsi 
Gordon (Observations on 
Crthopagurus harmsi Gordon) 

A taxonomic study v/ith observations 
on the systematic position of the 
sp. (issued as: Contr . Inst , océanogr. 
ilhatrang^ (23) ). 

FAC:lir M 

1 
1 



I^^- 39/9/6.;.34 



(7) 155 



Anonymous (1959) 
Mondo d. Natura , (З) 
Alosa (Alosa) 



65-6 



59-6607 



ArticlG on Clupoidao consisting of 
synopsis of Alosa alosa under 
ñeadingsg morphological & anatomical 
cliaracteristicsy life cycle^ ecology 
& distribution. 



Anonymous (1959) 

Mondo d .Natura , (3):80-1 

Arriiiformi (Amiiformao) 



59-6610 



Article on AiTiiidae consisting- of 
synopsis of Ai/- i a calva under headings: 
murpholo^ice.l 5 c.na,tc;:iical 
characteristics, life cycle ¡, ecology, 
distribution & relation to men. 



liRshr 



MF 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6608 

Mondo d. Natura , (3)?75 
AлlЪliopsidi (Amhliopsidae) 

Article on Amblyopsidae consisting of 
synopsis of various spp. under 
headings s morphological & anatomical 
characteristics^ ecology & distribution 
relation to men. 



HHshr 



F 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6611 

Mondo d. Na tur a 9 ( 3 ) . 8 1 -3 
Ammoditi ~ ("Aramodytae) 

Article on AiTuiiodvtae consisting of 
synopsis of Aiam odytos lanceolatus ^ 
A' ^ükiJi?.? A* Ig-ncea & Gymnammod ytes 
cicerallus under headings? morphological 
à anatomical characteristics j life 
cycle, distribution & relation to men. 



HR¿hr 



F 



Anonymous (1959) 
Mondo do Natura » (3)576- 
Am.eiuridl. о Amiuridi 
or Amiuridae) 



59-6609 
( AiTieiuridae 



Article on Ameiuridae consisting of 
synopsis of Ameiurus nebulosus under 
headings? morphological & anatomical 
characteristics, life cycle, ecology, 
classification & distribution, relation 
to men. 



HRshr 



F 



HRshr 



Anonymous (1959) 

Mondo d.Naj-ura, (З) 287-8 

Anabantidi (Anabantidae) 



59-6612 



Articlo on Anabantidao consisting of 
sjmopsis of An ab a s testudineus . 



multispinis 



rhodesianus , A. 



congicus & A. nanus under headings? 
morphological, anatomical & other 
characteristics, life cycle, ecology, 
distribution & relation to men. 



HRshr 



FAQ 59/9/6/;.34' 



2(7)s156 



D^P. (195^"') 

й.Т» (1958) 
Но & Но Kurata (1957) 
S. (1959) 



Abbott^ 

Abbott 5 

Abe 

Abo 

Abe, T. (1957) 

Abe, T, (1958) 

Abonnenc^ 



D. Gt 

Abrikosov, G.Go 
Achjat, (1958) 
Agapova, A.I. (1958) 
Age, T. (1957) 
Ahlstrora, E.H. & 

R.C. Counts (1958) 
Ahmad, N. (1958) 
Albe-Fessard, D. & 

A. Fessard (1959) 
Aldrich, D.V. (1958) 
Allen, G.H. (1958) 
Alves, ?^. (1958) 
Ajnbe, K.S, & 

K. Sohonie (1957) 
American Fisheries 

Society (1958) 
Amidjaja, R, (1958) 
Anantaraman, S. '' ч^ 



5836 5838 
5341 
al. (1957) 
(1959) 



6011 



(1959) 



Andersen, F. S. (1958) 
Austin, G. В., Jr. (1958) 
Australia. Commonwealth Bureau 

of Census & Statistics (1959) 
Australia» Comm.-mvealth Sciontifii 

& Industrial Research 

Organization (1958) 

Bal, D.V. (1957) 

Bal four-Browne, F, (1958) 

Bali, J.B. & CE. Bond (1959) 

Ball, J.N, (1958) 

Ball, O.P. (1958) 

Baltus, E. (1959) 

Banner, A.H. (1958) 

Baranov, I.V. (1959) 

Barber, Б.А. (1957) 

Barbosa, F. S. & 

L. Olivier (1958) 
Barnard, J,L. (1959) 
Barnes, H. (1959) 
Barne s , H . & 

M. Barnes (1959) 
Barnes, M. (1959) 
Bary, B.M. (1957) 
Basioli, J, (1959) 
Bates, M. & 

D.P. Abbott (1958) 
Bayliff, W.H. (1959) 
Baylor, E.R, & 

F.E. Smith (1957) 
Beach, D.D. (1959) 



6427 



6455 
6228 

5939 
5795 
5839 
5846 
6288 
6443 
6074 
6212 
5837 

5707 
6075 

5936 
6188 
6031 
6197 

5704 

6010 
6071 
6264 
5854 
6589 

6459 



6482 

5868 
6224 
6004 
6248 
6030 
6113 

6211 

6442 
6252 

6I9I 

6428 
6115 

6116 
6116 
5881 
6469 

6455 
6007 

6157 
6568 



; Beaulieu, G. (1953) 
j Beck, .^.C. & 
; rt'oM. Beck, Jr. (1959) 
j Beck, Vii.M. , Jr. (1959) 
i Beeten, A.M. (I958) 
I Belcher, D.D. (1958) 
; Bell, Ro (1958) 

Benford, H. & 
K. Kossa (1959) 
i Benson, N.G. (1958) 

3on-Tuvia, A. (1959) 
; Ben-Yami, M. (1959) 
^ Bergquist, P.L. (1959) 

Bernard, F, (1959) 
j Berner, L. (1959) 
; Bernstein. D. (1959) 
: Berry, E.G. (1958) 

Berry, F.H. (1959) 

Bertholdt, W. (1958) 
j Bhimachar, B.S. (1959) 
] Biebl, R. (1959) 
! Birkhoff, C. (1959) 
Í Bisalye.putra, U. & 
1 K. Suriyong (1958) 
i Blanc, M. et al. (1958) 

Blanco, G.J. (1957) 

Boev, S.N. , I.G. Galuzo & 
E.y. Gvozdev (Ed.) (1957) 

Bond, CE, (1959) 
' Bcogaard, P. (1959) 

Borovicka, R.L. (1958) 

Brandes, С. H. & 

R. Dietrich (1957) 

Br at berg, ib'o (1959) 

Brattström, H. (1959) 

Brehm, V, (1959) 

Bright, D.Bo (1959) 

Brodie, J.W. (1957) 

Brown, M,E, (1959) 

Brünner, Go (1958) 

Brunet, R. (1958) 

Bückmann, A. ot al . (1959) 

Bui jam, M, (1959) 

Bunipus, D,P. (1959) 

Bunt, J.S. (1959) 

Burns, R.H. (1958) 

Burridge, S.Wo (1959) 

Burrows, R.E, (1958) 

Burrows, R.E. & 
B.D, Combs (1958) 

Burton, M. (1958) 

Buss, K. (1959) 

3u s s , К . &, 

J.S. Wright (1958) 

Butcher, RoW, (1959) 

Butters, B. (1959) 

Buttner, A, (1958) 



6407 

6I54 
61 54 
6CI7 
6045 

6013 

6549 
6053 
6452 
6454 

6604 
5937 
5994 
6453 
6193 
6412 
5954 
5870 
6601 
6536 

6087 
6182 
5792 

6291 
6004 
6572 
6028 

6367 
5920 
6226 
6503 
6OO5 
5879 
6476 6492 
5970 
5806 

5905 
6586 

5908 
6220 
5743 
6385 
5716 

5724 
5872 
6149 

6027 
6271 
6218 
6192 



r^^" 59/9A434 



fo 



2(7)^A1 



CairnSj, J, 5 Jr. & 

A. Scheier (I958) 
California University. Scripps 

Institution of 

Oceanography (1959) 6460 
Calvez, D.L. (I958) 
Cambianc, A. (1959) 
Capron, A. (1958) 
Carbine, W.F. (1958) 
Carlander, K.D. (I958) 
Carlisle, D.B. ¿; 

F. Knov/les (1959) 
Carmel, J. (1959) 
Carpovich, E.A, (I958) 
Carter, B,T, (l958) 
Gaspers, H. (195?) 
Cassie, R.M. (195?) 
Ceri, R, (1959) 
Chance, C.J. & 

C.Fo Haslbauer (1958) 



Chancellor, A. P. (1958) 
Chapelle, H.I. (I959) 
Chapin, H. (1957) 
Chardome, A. (1959) 
Chervinsky, J. (1959) 
Chigusa, S. (1959) 
Chinarina, A.D. (1959) 
Chindaprasert, V. (I958) 
Chrispeels, A. (1959) 
Chronic, J. (1959) 
Clark, J.R, & 

E.L. Diotsch (1959) 
Clark, R.B. (1959) 
Clarke, A.H. , Jr. & 

R.J. Menzies (1959) 
Claus, G. (1959) 
Codreanu, R. (1959) 
Collier, A., K.Ho I)rur:¡mond & 

G. В» Austin, Jr« (1958) 
Tolvin, Т.Е. (1959) 
Combs, B.Do (1958) 
Comí: s, B.D. & 

R.E, Burrows (1958) 
Corbet, P.S. (1959) 
Corlett, S, C.B. Sc 

J. Venus (1959) 
Counts, R.C, (1958) 



Coxon. 
Cresp, 
Cridland, С 



T.L.J. (1958) 
J» (1959) 



6230 



Crisp, 
Crisp, 



Co (1959) 

(1957) 

(1959) 



D.J 
D.J 
Crisp, D.Jo & 

D.HcA. I,,arr (1957) 
Crittonden, E. (1959) 
Croghan, P. Co (1958) 



5987 5988 



6480 
6090 
658c 
6181 
6051 
60 1 4 

6509 
6451 
6456 
6050 
5739 
5885 
5935 

5715 
5736 

655c 

6278 

6547 
6450 
6534 
6519 
5758 
6506 
6526 

6242 
6122 

6260 
5807 

5938 

6589 
6533 

5724 

5716 
6215 

6571 
5707 
6406 

5687 
6217 
5830 
6137 

5828 
6006 
6173 



Cuiaba. Departamento Estadual 

de Estatística (1957) 
Cumberbatch, E. (I958) 
Cviic, V. (1959) 
Czihak, G. & M. Zoi (1959) 

Dahl, Eo (1959) 
Daiber, Р.С. (1959) 
j'Ancona, U. (1959) 
Darbyshiro, J, (1959) 



Das sow, J.Ac 
Davie s , D.b,-:.. 
Davie s , Lo & 



1959) 
1959) 



D?.vis, M. To 
Jawbin, W.H 



CoD, Smith (1958) 
Davis, D.E. (1958) 
(1957) 
(1959) 

I Dawson, ":.Y. (1959) 
I De Angclis, Co (1959) 
* deBruin, GoH.P. & 

: DoJ. Crisp (1957) 

. .Jefant, A. (1958) 
jef landre, G. & 



M. DefLindre-Rigaud (1959) 
Düflandre-Rigaudj M. (i 
Laszlo, P.D. 



d 



DeLcn^,, D. 



M. (1959) 



, ..^. (1959) 
С , J o-Eo Hai ver 
vv'oT. Yasutake (I958) 
Deshpande, R.D. (1957) 

T T n 

X 



Sc 



: '^ufoi, j. & 

KoUo Naumann (1958) 
Deutschen '.-better 

Wetterdienstes (1959) 



de ïïit, H. CD. (1958) 5956 5959 

De Wit, JoGo (1959) 
DeWitt, RoM. & 



WoC. Sloan (1959) 
de Zylva, E.R.A. (I958) 
Dickie, L.M, (1959) 
Dickson, L.Eo (1958) 



5893 5894 



Di ckson 3 W . (1958) 
Dickson, Wc (1959) 
Dietorich, Во (1958) 
Dietrich, Rc (1957) 
Dietsch, E.L. (1959) 
Djajadiredja, RcR. (195S) 
Djajadiredja, R.R. & 

R. Amidjaoa (1958) 
Djajniiur, R, (1958) 
Dcbbs, PoW. & 

F. Perry (1958) 
Dobrovolny, CG, (1958) 
Doke, С (1959) 
Jollfus, R.P. (1958) 



5797 

5678 

6463 
6584 

6238 
6003 
6262 
6387 
6296 
6119 

6131 
5852 
62^3 
6239 
6411 
5791 

5830 
6457 

6274 
6274 
6540 

5711 
5984 

6370 

5992 
596c 
5962 
6532 

6121 
6059 
5910 

5814 
5796 
6554 
5730 
6367 
6242 
6C73 

6071 
6069 

5940 
6193 
6534 
6176 



PVlC 59/9/6434 



fo 



2(7)^A2 



Dollfusj R.po & 

A. Capron (I95G) 
Donaldson^, L.Ro &, 



6181 



G.H. Allen (1958) 


6011 


ijonaldson, P.E»Ko (1958) 


6169 


Doudoroffj P. (1958) 


6055 


Doust, D,J. (1959) 


6560 6579 


Dow, R.L., DcM. Harriman & 




L.V/. ScattGrgood (1959) 


6295 


J)rev/ry, GoE. (1959) 


5825 6008 


Drobek, Wo (1958) 


5727 


Drummondj K.H» (1958) 


6589 


Drury, R.E.Ho (1959) 


6490 


Duncan,, С J. (1959) 


6136 


Dunstan, D.J. (1959) 


6440 


East Africa High 




Commission (1959) 


6214 


Eastman, D. (1959) 


5855 


Ebcrle, G. (1958) 


5969 


Eddie, G.C. (1959) 


6577 


Edv/ards, R.L. (I958) 


6511 


Edv/ards, E.L. & 




L.Mo Lavvday (1959) 


5926 


Eisler, R, (1958) 


6025 


Ekuru, P, (1958) 


5761 


El Halim, M.I.A. (1958) 


6184 


Ellis, C,H, (1958) 


6023 


el-Wakoel, S.K. (1958) 


6251 


Emery, K»0. (1959) 


6525 


Enoquist, F, (1959) 


6493 


Enright, J.T. & 




Eoïï, Pagor (1959) 


6431 


Evans, J.E. (1958) 


6144 


Evcrhardt, W.H. (1958) 


6053 


Ewingj J. & 




M. Ewing (1959) 


6523 


Ewing, M. (1959) 


6523 



Federa, v., A. Crjnbiano & 

R. Sara (1959) 6580 

PAO. Fisheries Division (1958) 6IIO 
FAO. Fisheries Division, 

Biology Branch, B.B. Parrish 

& R.S. Keir (1959) 5911 

FAO. Fisheries Division, 

Economics Branch (1958) 6 101 
PAO Regional Conference for 



Asia & the Par East, 4th - 

6-16 October 1958 (1958) 
Fotedar, D.N. (1958) 
Fowler, H.W. (1958) 
France. Conseil Supérieur de 

la Pêche (I958) 
France. Conseil Supérieur de 

la Pêche (1959) 



Tokyo, 
5798 
6201 
6231 

5805 

5800 

Fraser, J.H. (1959) 6419 6420 
French Equatorial Africa 

Haut-Coïiïïïiissariat General de la 
Republique on Afrique Equator iale 

Française (1959) 5860 

Fromm, P.O. (1958) 5721 

Frost, V^r.E. (1959) 6489 

Fukuda, H. (1958) 5689 

Furnestin, J. (1959) 6373 
Furnestin, J. & 

K.-L. Furnestin (1959) 
Furnestin, M.-L. (1959) 



Ezzat, M.A.E., G. Tadros & 
L.I.A. El Halim (I958) 



Fager, E.W. (1959) 
Federal Aid in Fish & 

V\íildlife Restoration ( 
Ferguson, F.F. 5 J. Olive 

à J.R. Palmer (I958) 
Fessard, A. (1959) 
FischBeck, K. (1958) 
Fitter, R.S. (1959) 
Fleenor, G.G. (I958) 
Fleming, A.M. ^1Q' 
Flomino:, A. PL 



6164 
6430 6431 



о > 



(195Í 
& 



S.J. Olsen (1959) 
Fleming, CA. (1957) 
Fleming, P. (1959) 
llemin^, R.H. et al. (I9 



Gallais, J, (1958) 
Galusû, I, G. (1957) 
Garner, D.M. (1957) 
Garner, D.M. (1958) 
Garrick, J. A. P. (1957) 
Garrod, D.J. (1959) 
Gaud, J. (195S) 
Georgiev, M. (1957) 
Gerard, R.W, (1959) 
Gerking, S.D. (1958) 
Ghelardi, R.J. & 

E.W. Fager (1959) 
Ghigi, A. (1959) 
Gilchrist, Б.М. (1958) 
Giletti, B.J. & 

J.L. Kulp (1959) 
Gillmer, Т.е. (1959) 
Godden, R.A, (1959) 
Goldin, A.S, (1958) 
Gonzales, F.R. (1958) 
i Gordon, B.L. (1958) 
■ Gorsline, D.S. & 
5925 \ K.O. Emory (1959) 

5884 ' Grabda, E. , Z. Kozar & 
6491 ! W. Slusarski (I958) 
59) 5683 I Graham, H.W. (1959) 



1958) 5804 
r-Gonzáles 

6175 
5936 

5725 
6221 
5722 
5923 



6374 
6374 6375 

62З2 
6291 
5880 
5866 
5882 
6273 
6I85 

6587 
6486 
6032 

6430 

• 6581 

6132 

5813 
6551 
6474 
5735 
6090 
5698 

6525 

6593 
5997 



>9/oM: 



fo 



2(7)°A3 



ürc'cnborg, л. (1957) 
Grüüne, А. F. С. (195^) 
Groy, L. (1959) 
GricG, F. (1958) 
GrublSi6, F. (1959) 
Guunthor, R.V/. et rxl, 
Guerroult, E.R. (I959j 
Gunasokera, С (195'3) 
Gurtner, P. (1959) 
Guthrie, D.M. (1959 
Gut soll, J.S. (1958, 
GvozdQv, E.V. (1957) 



(195> 



5975 
Go А А 

"(>AJ^ 

60 PI 

6467 6468 

) 6148 

6578 

6ü86 

6567 
6138 
6378 
6291 



Haoggblom, L. -2. (1959) 
HagGo, G.R., A.3. Goldin & 

O.P. Straub (1958) 
Hai vor, J.E. (1958) 
Hamburg > Institut für Küatün 

und BinnonfiDchoroi 
Hancock, D.A. (1957) 
Напвеп, I'.M. (1959) 
Hanr.on, V. (1959) 



6394 
5901 



6395 
5921 



И-'.'.П, :(Vn 5 И.О. 



(1959) 



д. -rd JO hu torno. H, (19^8) 
Hardy, A.C. (1958) 



Hardy, A.C. (1959) 
Hardy, A.C. & 

H. E.H. Pain (1959) 
Harlow, H. F. ^. 

C.N. Wool асу (1958) 
Наг г imán, D.M. (1959) 
Harri Bon, M. (1958) 
Harry, H.l/V. & 

D.V. Aldrich (1958) 
Hart, C.W,, Jr. (1959) 
Harvoy, H.W. (1957) 
Наз1Ъаиег, O.F. (1958) 
Hasler, A.D. (1959) 
Haßlott, A.W. (1958) 
Haslctt, A.W. (1959) 
Hathorton, T. & 

R.H. Orr (1959) 
Havon, D.S. (1959) 
HazGlwood, (1958) 
Hoaly, M.J.R. (1958) 
Hüighway, A.J. (Piihl.) (1959) 
Hüino, И, (1958) 
Hü in söhn, И. (1959) 
Hoinzig, R. (1958) 
Henderson, С. & 

Q.H. Pickering (i 958) 
Henderson, CR. et al.(l959) 
Hendricks, A.J (1957) 
Horsey, J.B. & 

M.S. Hut stein (1958) 



6247 



5847 



6445 

5735 
5711 

6397 
5985 
5922 
5927 
6484 
6538 
6092 
5700 
6530 

6537 



Hobbs, H.H. , 
Hobbs, 



Heuve Imano, В. (1958) 
Heydorn, A.E.F. (1959) 
Hincks, W.D. (1959) 
Hine, R.L. (Ed.) (1959) 
Jr. (1958) 
H.H., Jr. & 

C.W. Hart, Jr. (1959) 
Hocbon, С A.M. (1959) 
Hogenkamp, H. (1958) 
Holliday, E.G. T. (1959) 
Hong Kr.nj;. Director of 

Agriculture, Fisheries & 

Forestry (1958) 
Hopson, A.J. (1957) 
Hoiwood , G . & 

N.W.ÎT. Mewse (1959) 
Horning, H. (1959) 
Horton, H. F. & 

R.L. Borovicka (1958) 
Hough, J.L. (1958) 
Hove, С. (1958) 
Howes, W„J. (1958) 
Hubbs^ С. & 

G.E, Drewry (1959) 
Hubbs, С. , G.E. Drev/ry & 

B, Viiarburton (1959) 
Hubendick, B. (195^) 
[lublou, WoF„ (1958) 
Hückstedt, G. (i 958) 



6437 
6114 
6504 
6591 
6229 

6381 
5824 
5726 
642/, 



6461 
6253 

6545 
5808 

6028 
5822 
6267 
5952 

6008 

5825 
6198 
5718 
5947 





Ihjot, M. & 








G/\ó\) 


J. -A. Timmcrmans (1959) 




5802 


6295 


Hvass, H. & 








5680 


J. Guibé (1958) 
Hyde, R.C. (1958) 






6438 








6281 


618'^. 


HynoG, H.B.N. (1958) 






5746 


6381 










5873 


Jdyll, С P. (1958) 






6037 


5715 


Inamura, K. & 








5998 


M. Nimoniya (1959) 






6548 


5835 


India. Ministry of Food & 






5848 


Agriculture (1958) 
IPFC (1957) 






6441 
6372 


6240 


IPFC (1958) 


6O56 


6057 


6058 


6000 




6095 


6097 


to 


628^5 




6100 


6102 


to 


5851 




6107 


6109 




5832 


Inland Fisheries Trust 








5950 


Incorporated (1957) 






5993 


6573 


TCNAF (1959) 


5887 


to 


5890 


5943 




5895 
6241 


5909 


5928 


6015 


I CSU (1958?) 






5751 


6112 


IHB (1959) 






6415 


5944 


Ireland, Lavifs, 

Statutes, etc. (1957^ 


1 




5794 


5867 


Ireland. Laws, 

Statutes, etc. (I958; 






5776 



lAv> У^/Э/СА,У, 



fü 



2(7)sA4 



Itazawa, Y. (1959) 


6265 


Kulp, J.L. (1959) 


5813 






KumerloevG, H. (1957) 


6289 


jalDlonski, 0. (1959) 


6564 ' 


Kurata, H. (1957) 5939 6400 


6401 


Jackson, D.J. (1959) 


6225 ] 


Kutkuhn, J.H. (1958) 


6019 


Jackson^ J. (1959) 


5826 ' 






Jacquemart, S. (l959) 


6505 ; 


L.B.P. (1959) 


6494 


Jean, Y. (1959) 


5906 1 


Laarhoven, J.P. (1958) 


5964 


Jefferios, D.J. (1958) 


6249 i 


Lackenby, H. (l959) 


6552 


Jensen, A, Co (1959) 


5898 ; 


Lackey, J.B. (1957) 6404 


6405 


Jolly, V.H. (1957) 


5886 , 


Lafont, R. (1958) 


6091 


Jones, R. (1959) 


6422 • 


Laird, M. (1959) 


6118 


Jones, W.C. (1957) 


5831 


Landahl, H.D. (1957) 


6446 


Jonsson, J. & 




Lane, FM, (1957) 


5874 


J. Magnussen 


5929 


Lano, J.F. (1958) 


6026 






Lanoix, J.ÍÍ. (1958) 


6194 


КаЪеггу, A.C. (Chairm.) (1957) 


5878 ■ 


LaPointi^, D.F. (1958) 


6024 


Kahn, В, & 




Larkin, P.A. (1958) 


6053 


S, А, Reynolds (l958) 


5734 


Laron, ScVo (1958) 


6089 


Kanasashi, Y., С Doke & 


' 


Lawday, L.Î,U (1959) 
Lawson, R.b';. (l958) 


5926 


S. Chigusa (1959) 


6534 


6283 


Kanazawa, R.H. (1959) 


5820 


Le Cren, E.D. (1958) 
Le Cren, E.D. (l959) 


6130 


Karaman, S. (1957) 


6588 


6139 


■ Keir, R.S. (1959) 5911 5912 


5919 


Lefovre, M. (1958) 


5733 


5930 5931 




Lcnier, R. (1959) 


58ЗЗ 


Keiz, G. (1958) 


6399 ■ 


Lennon, R.E. & 




■ Kerswill, C.J, (1959) 


6384 


P.S. Parker (1958) 


6147 


Khartoum. University 




Leopold, S. В. (1959) 


6526 


Hydrohiological Research 




Leslie, P. H. (1958) 


6513 


Unit (1958) 


5850 


Lover, J. (1958) 5945 5953 


5972 


. Kiefor, H. & 




5973 




R. Maushart (1958) 


6403 


Levinge, R. (1959) 


6488 


1 Kilby, J.D., E. Crittenden à 




Lillelund, K. (1958) 


6368 


;■ L.E. Williams (1959) 


6006 


Lindlcy, D.V. (1958) 


6286 


i Kimmins, D.E. (1958) 


6133 


Lisitsyn, A. P. (1959) 


6521 


Kimsey, J.B. (l958) 


6041 


Lister, B.A.J. (1958) 


5728 


Kleinholz, L.H. (1957) 


6162 


Loftus, K.H. (1958) 


6035 


Knowles, F. (1959) 


6509 


Loomis, W.F. (1959) 
Lougee, R.J. (1959) 


5986 


: Kohayashi, T. (1959) 


6569 


5823 


Komarovsky, B. (1959) 


6449 


Lowy, J. & 




• Komiya, Y. et al. (1958) 


6200 


B.M. Millman (1959) 


6235 


Kong, S.M. (1958) 


6078 


Lucas, es. (1959) 


6418 


Koontz, R.L. (1957) 


5740 


Lucas., CE. à 




Koostedjo, R. à 




G. С Trout (1959) 


5907 


Achjat (1958) 


6074 


Lundin, So Jo (1959) 


6129 


Kossa, M. (1959) 


6549 


Lusyne, PcAo (1958) 


6080 


Kozar, Z. (1958) 


6593 






Kraft, H. (1959) 


5976 


Macan, T. Г. (1958) 


6515 


Kri jc-'^'^'-'-ïb B'J» '"^ 




MacArthur, R-. (1958) 


5773 


N.E. Krijgsman (1957) 


6166 


MacCallum, W.A. (1959) 


6542 


Krijgsman, N.E. (1957) 


6166 


Mackintosh, N.A. (1959) 


5857 


: Kristjonsson, H. (l958) 


6081 


MacLeod, R.A. , H. Hogenkamp & 




; KriÎTanec, V. (1959) 


6465 


S. Onofrcy (1958) 


5726 


Krone, W. (1958) 


5948 


Mrxro, E. (1958) 


6294 


; Kroon, JoH. (1958) 


5977 


Magnussen, J. (1959) 


5929 


* Kuhota, S. (1957) 


6156 


iVrildonadc-Koordoll, M. (I958) 


6524 


i Kuhota, S.S. (1957) 


6155 


Ivialok, A.E, (1958) 


6187 



Ш) 59/9A434 



fo 



2(7)"A5 



Mandeville, 

Mangerei J, P, 



Í.L. (1958) 
(1957) 



(1959) 



Mann, H. (1958) 
Mann, K.H. (1959) 
Mansfield, A.W. {10^. 
Mansueti, R. (I958) 
Margalef, D.R, (I958) 
Marill, FoG. (1958) 
Marinkovicj M. & 

M, Zei (1959) 
MarPj D.H. A. (1957) 
Marshall, N.B. (1959) 
Martin, A.V/. (1957) 
Martin, Ч. & 

A.H. Banner (I958) 
Martin, W.E. (1958) 
Martin Salazar, F. (1958) 
Mason, J. (1959) 
Matsumoto, Vv.M. (1958) 
Maurin, C, (1959) 
Maushart J R. (1958) 
May, A. Wo (1959) 



6195 



[сСгаскепо F,D 



(1959) 



1959) 5914 5915 
McKe e , E e J . 5 J , Chron i с & 

E.Bo Leoi.old (1959) 
McMurtrey, R.G. ot al. (1959) 
Meister, A.L. & 

C.F. Ritzi (1958) 
Menard, H.W» (1959) 
Menzies, R.J. (I959) 
Merican, A.B.O. (1958) 
Mewse, N.W.N. (I959) 
Meyer, A. (1958) 
Miller, G.G. (1958) 
Miller, M.C. (1958) 
Miller, Wm.C. (1959) 
Millman, B.M. (1959) 
Miyamoto, H. (1958) 
Miyamoto, H. & 

A.T, Shariff (1958) 
Möckel, W. (1959) 
Montalban, HcR., GoJ. Blanco & 

I.A. Ronquillo (1957) 
Monteiro, M,C, (1958) 
Monten J Eo (1959) 
Moran, P. A. P. (1959) 
Motta, F. (1959) 
Msangi, A.S. (1958) 
Miihlberger, C. (1959) 
Müller, I. (1957) 
Mullan i J.W, (1958) 
Munoy, R.J. (1958) 
Munro, H, (1959) 
Muramatsu, S. (1959) 
Muz'inic, R, (1958) 57C5 

Myers, B.J. (1959) 6117 



5946 
6402 
6396 
6153 
6126 
5869 

5769 
6196 

6585 
5828 
6142 
6165 

6211 
6202 

6479 
6421 

6379 
6151 

6403 
5924 
5932 

6526 
6527 

5709 
6380 
6260 
606 G 

6545 
6390 
6199 
6250 
6566 

6235 
6111 

6094 
6556 

5792 
6413 
6481 
6150 
5781 
6178 

5951 
6410 

5714 
6269 

6219 
6535 
5706 

6120 



Nakata, T. (1959) 
Naumann, K.U. (I958) 
Naylor^ S. & 

B.J. Slinn (1958) 
Nelson, C.T. &: 

R.L. Koontz (1957) 
Netherlands. Contraal Bureau 

voor de Statistiek (1959) 
Newell , 



■n:. 



(1958) 

Neyman, J. , T. Park & 
S.L. Scott (1958) 

Neyman , J . , j , L . Scott 
C.D, Shane (1958) 

Ngao rang Sri, V. (l>58) 

Nghi, N.N. (1958) 

Nichols, D, 

Nielsen, E. 



(1959) 
Steem.ann 



Nieuwcnhuizon, 



. V d , 



Nimoniya, M. (1959) 
Nourisson, M. (1959) 
Nüvak, G.S. & 

A.G. Pilipenlco (1958) 
Nümann, W. (I958) 



(1958) • 
(1958) 

5958' 



imn 



LL 



(1959) 



Oberacker, DoP. (1959) 
Oiurri, EoP, (1959) 
Ogino, C. (1958) 
C'Gcwor, A.Ko (1959) 
Okada, Y. & 

S.S. Kubcta (1957) 
Oliver-Gonzales, J. (I958) 
Olsen, S.J. (1959) 
Olson, D.E. (1958) 
Olsöon, R. (1958) 
Onofrey, E. (1958) 
Ophel, I.L. (1957) 
Orians, GcH. (1958) 
Orr, R.Ko (1959) 
Ostrouincv, S.A. & 

V.V, ühilov (1957) 
Otsu, Y., Na Yokoyaraa & 

T. Kcbayashi (1959) 
Owen, J.B. (IQ58) 



6155 



P.R.B. (1959) 
Packer, P.E. (1958) 
Packer, W.O. (l959) 
Pahari, R. (1958) 
Pain, H. E.H. (1959) 
Palekar, V.C. & 

D.V. Bai (1957) 
Palmer, J.R. (1958) 
Paloheimo, J.E. (1959) 
Paloumpis, A.A. (I958) 



6498 



6574 
6370 

6510 

5740 

6473 
5749 

5774 

5775 
5754 
6C82 

6141 
6096 

5961 
6548 
5685 

6204 
6З98 
6448 

5892 
6 483 
5690 
6128 

6156 
6175 
5925 
6016 

5981 
5726 
5731 
6512 
6240 

5827 

6569 
6270 

6500 
6049 
6433 
6063 

6537 



5868 

6175 
3916 
6268 



i^'- 59/9/6434 



fo 



2(7)?A6 



Panomsarn, (195Ö) 
Paquet te, R.G. (l959) 
Partk, T. (1958) 
Parker, P.S. (1958) 
Parker, R.A. & 

A.D. Hasler (1959) 
Parrish, В. Б. (1959) 5911 
Parsons, J.W. (1958) 
Passano, L.M. (195?) 
Pathansali, D. & 

S.Mc Kong (1958) 
Patriarche, M. H. & 

R.S. Campbell (1958) 
Patterson, A.K. (l957) 
Paul, A.R. (1957) 
Paulling, J., Jr. (1959) 
Pax, F. (1957) 
Pax, P. & 

I, Müller (1957) 
Peck, L.G, & 

R.N. Hazolwood (1958) 
Perry, F. (1958) 
Peru. Consejo de Investigaciones 

Hidrobiologicas (1958) 
Petri, 0. (Comp.) (1958) 
Phasukavanich, С, G. Sand & 

P. TavaranuGorn (1958) 
Phillips, A.M., Jr. (1958) 
Phillips, J. (1958) 
Phillips, R,C. ( 1959) 
Pickering, Q.H, (I958) 
Pilipenko, A.G. (1958) 
Pilkington, R. (1957) 
Pillay, T.V.R. (1958) 
Pell, M, (1959) 
Portugal. Direcçao das 

Pescarlas (1958) 6596 

Posgay, J. A, (1958) 
Posgay, J. A, (1959) 
Poulsen, E»I¿. (1959) 5899 6243 
Powell, D.E. (1958) 
Powell, S.T. (1958) 
Pringle, J.7/0S, (1957) 
Pumphroy, R.J. (1959) 



5756 
5681 

5774 
6147 

5998 
6417 
6042 
6158 

6078 

6034 
5684 
5982 
6563 
6290 

6410 

6285 
5940 



Reese, E.S. 
Reitzig, K. 



Purkett, CA., Jr. (1958) 

Quartin, G. (1959) 
Quartin,, G.V. (1959) 

Rae, В. В. (1959) 
Rajagopal, M,V. & 

К. Sohonie (1957) 
Rapoport, А. (1958) 
Rawson, Do (1958) 
Razumova, E.P. (I958) 
Reay, G.A. & 

J.M. Shewan (l959) 

■-- 59/9/6434 



6499 

5755 
5712 
5701 
6256 
6015 
-6204 

5875 
5708 
6386 

6597 
5723 
5903 

6595 
6040 

5738 
6159 
5816 
6022 



5917 
5896 5902 

6423 

5695 
5768 
6206 
6205 

6541 



, Reynolds 

; Richards 

' Richter, 

Î Riddick, 



1959) 
1958) 



, S.A. (1958) 

^ c. (1959) 
w. (1957) 
T.M. (1958) 



Rigby, J.S. & 

D. Rawson ( 1958) 
Riggs, CD. (1958) 
5ijken, H. (1959) 
Ringhaver, L.C. (l959) 
Ritzi, C.F. (1958) 
Roback, S.S. (I958) 
Robertson, JoD. (l957) 
Robertson, N.G. (1957) 
Robertson, O.H. (1958) 
Robins, CR. (1959) 
Rochford, D.Jo (Comp.) (1959) 
Rodriqaez Martin, 0. (1959) 
Roelofs, E.Wo (I95C) 

Roll, H/a. (1958) 

Ronquillo, I.A. (1957) 

Rose, M. (1957) I 



6255 ; Rose, S.M. (1959) 



Rounsefell, G.A. (I958) 
Rounsefell, G.A, & 

JoEo Evans (1958) 
Rucker, R.R. (1958) 
Ruivo, M. & 

G.V. Quartin (1959) 
Ruivo, M. & 

G. Quartin (1959) 
Russell, P.S. (1959) 
Russell, H.Ho (1958) 
Rut stein 5 M.S. (1958) 



Sacher, G.A. 



(1958) 
(1958) 



Sachlan 
Sp.ddington, K. ОС 

W.L, Tenipleton (I958) 
Sahrhage, D. (1958) 
Saila, S.Bo (1958) 
Sand, G. (1958) 
Sanford, FoB. (I958) 
Sara, R. (l959) 



6434 
5955 
5734 
6473 
5991 
5737 

6206 

6039 
6558 
6570 
5709 
6227 
6164 
5877 
6377 
5677 

5918 
6029 

6497 
5792 
6409 
6259 
6376 

6144 
6053 

5902 

5917 
6232 
5732 
5867 



5812 
6072 6077 



6408 

6046 
5896 



6392 



Sato, S. (1^59) ■ 
Scattergood, L.W. 
Schaeffer, Б. (1959) 
Schantz, E.J. et al. 
SchGcr, В. T. (1957) 
Schoier, A. (1958) 
Schicmenz, P. (I958) 
Schmid, O.J. (1959) 
Schofield, D. (I958) 
Schelander, P.P. (1959 
Schubert, (1958) 
Schubert, Ko (1958) 



5742 
6393 
6033 
5755 
5694 
6580 

6575 
6295 
5821 

5699 
6163 
6230 
6З69 
6605 
5941 
5815 
6З89 
6391 



fo 



2(7)sA7 



Schulte, A. (1957) 
Schultz, L.P. & 

R.H. Kcanazawa (1959) 
Schulz, B. (1958) 



Schuster, 
Schuurman, 



W.H. 
J.J 



Schv\^artz, FeJ 
Schwitzer с J. 



(1958) 
. (1958) 

(1958) 
(1958) 



Scott , J . S , 
Semenovj K. 
Seppovaara, 
Serene, R. 



.L. (1958) 
(1958) 
(1958) 



Scott, 

Scott^ J.P. (1958) 



(1959) 

0. (1959) 

(1957) 



Setter, L.R. & 

H.H. Russell (1958) 
Sexton, OoJ. (1959) 
Shane, CD. (1958) 
Shariff, A.To (1958) 
Shewan, J.M. (1959) 
Shields, J.T. (1958) 
Shilov, V.V. (1957) 
Sidorov, E.G. (1958) 
Silkcr, B,W. (1957) 
Silliraan, R.P. & 

J.S. Gutseil (1958) 
Simpson, DcS. (1959) 
Simpson, J.R. & 

B. Butters (1959) 
Sinhaseni, P. (1957) 
Sivalingam, S. (1958) 
Sket, B, (1959) 
Skidmore, P. (l958) 



Slavin, J.W, (1959) 
(1958) 
(1959) 
L.B. (1958) 

w, (1958) 

(1958) 
(1957) 



Slinn, D.J. 
Sloan, W.C. 
Slohodkin, 
Slusarski, 
Smith, CD, 
Smith, P.E, 
Smith, P.G.W. & 

H. Chapin (1957) 
Smith, I.Wc (1959) 
Smithers, S.R. (1958) 
Snieszko, S 



Soebany, W. 



Fo (1958) 
(1958) 



Söderström, J. (l959) ■ 
S-Gjarwidodo, (1958) 
Soekarno, R. (1958) 
Soesanto, V, (1958) 
Soesanto, V. & 

W. Soehany (1958) 
Sohonio, K. (1957) 
Sokolich, A.Do (1959) 
Sommani, E. (1959) 
Soong, M.K. à 

A.B.O. Merican (1958) 



5774 



6012 



5720 



6061 



6447 

5820 
5974 
6108 
6066 
5871 
5983 
5775 
64З6 
6093 
6518 

5779 
6606 

5732 
6383 
5775 
6094 
6541 
6C43 
5827 
6213 
5741 

6378 
6539 

6218 
6254 
6076 
658З 
6222 
6543 
6510 
6121 
5770 
6593 
6131 
6157 

6278 
6266 
6180 
6047 
6064 
6603 
6085 
6062 
6065 



6064 

5695 5704 

6311 

6245 

6068 



Sparks, A. К с g; 

V.3. Thatcher (1958) 
Spooncr, CK о (l959) 
Springer, S. (1959) 
Strasburg, D.W, (i 958) 
Sramek-Husck, R, (i 9 57) 
Sripaiboon, С (1958) 
Sripejr, S. (1958) 
Stavrovskii, A. S. (1959) 



J.A. (1958 



Stern, 

Stattler, P. H. (1959) 
Stevens, R.I. (1958) 
Stevenson, JcH. (1958) 
Stoddard, RoR, (1959) 
Stokke, loB. (1959) 
S tomme 1, H, (1958) 
Storey, M. (1957) 



5891 



Straub , 
Stroud, 
Struik, D.J, 



cp. (1958) 

R.H. (1958) 
(1959) 
Süberkrüb, F, (1959) 
Sulit, J.I,, D.Lc Calvez & 

P.R, Gonzales (1958) 
Sulit, Jol, & 

S.V. Laron (1958) 
Suriyong, K. (1958) 
Suriyong, K. et al. (I958) 
Sutherland, îi.S. (1959) 
Suttkus, R.Do (1959) 
Suwanrat, K, (1958) 



Suyama , M . 
Suypuiia, M. 
С Ogino 
Svenkerud , 
Svetsirini 



Svihla, A, (1959) 



(1958) 

& 

(1958) 

H. (Comïi.) (1959) 

S, (1958) 



Swiecicki, J. (1959) 
R. (1958) 
J. (1958) 



Sv/ift, D 



Sv/itz 
Sykes 



J. 



¿izczopanik^ 



(1958) 
E. (1958) 



Tack, E. (1958) 
T adro s, G. (1958) 
Takagi, ... (1959) 
Takayama, S, (I958) 
Tanignichi, Ko (1959) 
Tanner, H о A, (I958) 
Tarzwell, CM. (I958) 
Tavara-nusorn, P. (1958) 
Taylor, ce, AoC Jensen & 

R.R. Stoddard (1959) 
Taylor, ce Sc 

D.P, Oberacker (1959) 
Taylor, ce & 

R.R, Stoddard (1959) 
T emploman, W, (l959) 



6210 
6233 
6001 
6425 
6167 
5765 
5757 
6520 
6038 
5966 
6053 
6053 
5898 
6544 
6458 
6287 

5735 
6052 

5817 
6546 

6090 

6089 
6087 
6088 
61?4 
5997 
5760 

5691 

5690 
6531 
5759 
6002 

6576 
6516 

6477 
6020 
5780 

5849 
6184 
6562 
6067 
6561 
6048 
5745 
5755 

5898 

5892 

5891 
5900 



FAQ 59/9/64З' 



fo 



2(7)"^A8 



Templeton, WoL. (I95ß) 

Teshima, K= (1958) 

Thailand. Department of Fisheries 

Statistics Section (1958) 
Thatcher, V.E. (1958) 
Thiemmedh, J. (1958) 
Tiller, L,W. (Chairm.) (1957) 
Timmermans, J, -A. (1959) 



Tjiptoajninoto, R.M. 
Mo Sachlan (1958) 
Tokioka, T, (1959) 
Tomiyama, I. (1957) 
Tomiyama, I» (1958) 



& 



Tomiyama, I. 



To Tokioka 
Tomiyama, I. 
Tomiyama, 
Tompkins, 



So АЪе i 

(1959) 

& T. АЪе 
I, & T. АЪе 
Vlí.Ao & 



J.W. Mullan (1958) 
Toner, EoD. (1959) 
Tongsanga? So (1958) 
Tothill, J.T, (1959) 
Tran-Van-Tri (1958) 
Traung, J.-O. (1959) 
Travin, Vo (1959) 
Trotter, J.Ro (1959) 
Trout, G.Co (1959) 
Tucker, D.S. (1958) 
Tucker, D.W. (1959) 
Tuffrau, 



5842 to 



(1957) 
(1958) 



5753 



(1959) 



5742 
6084 

5767 
6210 
5762 
5876 
5802 

6072 

5795 
5840 

5845 

5795 

5036 

5841 

5714 
6472 
5766 
6553 
6083 
6559 
5934 
6123 
5907 
6514 
6263 
5686 

6060 

6077 
6280 

6487 
6145 
6522 



Uñar, M. (1958) 
Uñar, M. & 

M. Sachlan (1958) 
U.K. Hydrographie Office (l958) 
U.K. Salmon & Trout 

Association (1959) 
U.S. Bureau of Ccnraercial 

Fisheries. Branch of 

Econc.mics (1958) 
U.S. Bureau c.f Sport Fisheries & 

wildlife , Branch of Fish 

Hatcherios (1958) 
U.S. Department of Commerce, Cuast 

à Geodetic Survey (1958) 5679 
U.S. Department of the Interior, 

Fish & Wildlife Service (1959) 5682 
U.S. Hydrographie Office (1957) 6279 
U.S. Hydrographie Office 

Océanographie Survey 

Branch (1957) 6277 

U.S. Naval Research 

Lahoratory (1959) 6470 

Vaas, A. (1959) 6276 

Vaas, K.F, 5 A. Vaas & 

van Oven (1959) 6276 



6216 



van Manen, .JoD., G. Vossers & 

H. Rijkcn (1?59) 
van Oven 5 (1959) 
van Oye, P. (1959) 
van Ramshorst 5 J,D. (l959) 
van Soraoren, V,Dc & 

F.Jo Whitehead (1959) 
Varley, G.Cc (1959) 
Velasquez, Co Co (1958) 
Venus, J. (1959) 
V.^rheke, J. (1959) 
Verbolova, NoV» (l959) 
Vesters, Co (1958) 5949 5965 
Viet-Nam Département de 

I'Sducpticn Nationale (1958) 
Vilela, H. & 

M. С, Monte iro (1958) 
Vivier, P. (195^) 
Vladimircv, V.I, & 

K.I. Semenov (1959) 
Vladykov, V.Do & 

G. Beaulieu (1958) 
von Bertalanffy, L. & 

Ao Rapoport (1938) 
von Brandt, A, & 

Co Birkhoff (1959) 
Voss, GoL. (1957) 
Vossers, Go (1959) 
Votintsev, К «Ko & 

NoVo Verbe lova (1959) 
Vrydagh, J.-M. (1959) 



V.'ales 
J.P 



J о H 

Lan( 



& 

(1958) 
. (1959) 

Walters, V. (1959) 



Wall. RoG.R 



War bur ton, В 
Watson, J. M. 



(1959) 
(1958) 
(1958) 
(1959) 

(1959) 
.ы. (1959) 



Watt, K.E.F, 
Watt, KcEoFo 
ví/atts, JoC.D 
Weather ley, . 
Vv'ebbe, G. & 

A . S = íusa,ng i (1958) 
Wells, J, (1957) 
Wells, Jo (1958) 
Wells, M.J, (1959) 
Wells, MoJ 

J. Wells 
Wells, M.J 

J. Wells 



Welsh, 
Viíendel 
Wendt. 



J.K 
: K = 



(1957) 
& 
(1958) 

(1957) 
(1959) 



6555 



5771 



6558 
6276 
6272 
5980 

6236 
6140 
6207 
6571 
6501 

6517 
5971 

5750 

6413 
6244 

6518 

6407 

5768 

6536 
6416 
6558 

6517 
6508 

6026 

5904 
6009 
5825 
6189 
5772 
6429 
6237 
6135 



Ao (1958) 



Wondt, A. (1959) , 
Went, AoEoJo (1959) 



5942 
5968 



6173 

6170 

6171 6172 

6125 



6-171 6172 
6161 
6565 

5957 5963 

5978 

5967 5979 



6471 



RiC 59/9А434 



fo 



2(7)sA9 



Westlakej D.F. (1958) 
7/hit2, J.H. & 

Б. Komarovsky (1959) 
Whitehead, F.J. (l959) 6216 
Whiteleather, R,T. (1958) 6036 
Whitford, L.A. & 

E.G. Phillips (1959) 
Whitney, R.R, (1958) 
Wickstead, J. (1959) 
Wiersma, CoA.G. (195?) 
Williajns, G»C. (1959) 
Williams, L.E. (1959) 
Wilson, J,T. (1959) 
Wiraatmadja, G. & 

R. Djarahur (I958) 
■/is3, J. P. (1959) 
Wisner, R.L. (1959) 
Wohlschlag, D.E. (1959) 
Wolœr, H. & 

К. Wiihrmann (195?) 
Woolsey, C.N. (1958) 
?/orld Fishing Boat 

Congress 2nd (1959) 
Worthington, E.B. (1958) 
Wright, J.E. (1958) 
Wright, W.H.j CG. üobrovolny & 

E.G, Berry (1958) 
Wuhrmann, K. (195?) 
Wunder, W. (1957) 598« 

Wunder, W. (1958) 
Wynn e-Ed\vard s, V.C. (1959) 

Yaldwyn, J.Cc (1957) 
Yamaguti, 



(1958) 



(1958) 
Yamashita, D.T. (I9 
Yasutake, "/7oT, (I958) 
Yockey, H.Po (1958) 
Yokoyama, îl, (1959) 
Yorsangrat, W, (1958) 

Zei, M. (1959) 
Zoological Society 01 

India (1959) 
Zürich, Fischerei „.._ 

J agdver vval tung ( 1 9 58 ) 
ZwolsmaЛ; "' /-.^r-^\ 



5809 



5747 

6449 
6236 

6054 

6256 

6435 
6134 
6160 

5999 
6006 

5861 
6069 

5819 

5995 
Ó432 

6.168 
6485 

6528 
6592 
6027 

6I93 
6168 
5990 
6371 
6223 

5883 
6208 
6426 

5711 
5811 
6569 
5763 



Ancnymous (1959) 



)oiogica.i bcc: 
India (1959) 

'rich, Fischerei und 
Г agdver vval tung ( 1 с 
)lsman, Wo (1959) 

Anonymous (1957) 



6584 6585 
6439 

5793 
6557 

5744 6174 



Anonymous (1958) 



Anonymous (1959) 



5696 5697 5702 5703 
5710 5713 5717 5719 
5752 5764 6284 

5688 5692 5693 5778 
5782 to 5790 5801 
5803 5818 5834 S856 



(continued) 




5858 5862 to 


5865 


6127 6234 6246 


6257 


6258 6297 to 


6310 


6312 to 6366 


6388 


6495 6496 6582 


6598 


6599 6600 6607 


to 


6612 





Film (1959) 



5859 



'-^ 59Л/0434 



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2(7)sA10 



FOOD АШ) AGRICULTURE ORGAÎTIZATION OF THS UNITED NATIONS 
Viale dellc Terme di Сэ.гасаНа., Homo , Italy 



(Marine Biological Laboratory] 

OECi 41У59 
WOODS H01£, MASS. 



CURRENT BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR AQUATIC SCIENCES AlTD FISHERIES 



prepared Ъу 
Biology Branchj Fisheries Division 



Curr.Biblioffr . aquat «Sei .Fish. , 2 ( 3 ) Rome , Augu s t 1959 
containing s references and author index to^ 59-6613 - 59-7452 

/2«l(2y 

FAO/5';/lO/7201 



Errata 



Please delete Nos» 571907? 59-2932, 59-4*307, 59-4308 

59-481 4^ 59-4968, 59-5GC3, 59-5047 



570898 cacles should road саЪ1е 
59-3772 fishsries " " fisheries 



Б'ЛО/59/10/7201 



Addenda 



Brock, A.J. (19.57) 583906 

naturali st. Lond . , (86I ) е37-9 

forms of Ilicrasterias new to 



On some 

or rare in Britain 



List v/ith morphological notes. 



Brool:^ A.J. (1957) 583900 

Natural As_t_v bond. , ( 862 ) ; 97 -100 
Notes on desmids of the genus 
St aura strum. I , St au ra s trum j) s eu dop el a - 
gicum . _S. sub crucia turn . _S. a_vÍGi,iJ^ and 
_So denticulatu m 

Taxonomic notes. 



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Brook ^ A.J. (I957) 
Trans. hot. Sog. Edinh 



F 



■ 583905 
37 2 114-22 



líotes on freshY/ater algae, mainly from 
lochs in Perthshire and Sutherland 

Reports on rare or new records of 
algae for Scotland c: British Isles. 



Smithy I„"'. 
Salm. Trout 



(1957) 584024 

ia£. , (l50);148-50 



The occurrence of damaged sea trout on 
the east coast of Scotland 

111. к descriptions of fish v/ith v/ounds 
usually on left shoulder. Various 
suggestions as to cause incl. lamprey 
attack, bacterial^ fungal or protozoal 
infection. 



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MF 



Fíe г weh 



F 



585SO8 
29(б);257-б5 



Johnson^ M.W. (1958) 

Fr oc„ Cal if. Л о аД. Sei . 

Ва t hy ca 1 а nu s sverdrupi , n. sp. ^ a 

copepod crustacean from great depths in 

the Pacific Ocean 

111. morx^hological account of the spp. 



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M 



PAO/ 59/1 0/7 201 



Menzies^ n„J. (l95o) 5G5809 

Prqc . Gai if . Aoad . Sei . , 29 ( 7 ) s 2Ó7-72 
The cliFjtribution of vrood-bpring 
Liranojria in Cj.lif ornia 

Contents as per title. 



Ecatty, L.JO. -, 50-25 5^' 

P.P. Hooper (1958) 
Pap /Л ich. Acad. Sol. , 43 g 89-1 Об 
Benthic associations of Sugarloaf Lake 

Describes 3 biotic associations for 
the littoral zono en Ъasis of soil &-, 
vegetation characteristics &.. 
quantitative differences in animal 
assemblages. 



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M 



PiBswch 



P 



Hubhs^ C.L. i 585810 

A. Б.' Rechnitzer (1958) 
^iiqc ♦^^^li-i'-- Acad . Sei . ^ 29 ( 8 ) .. 2 7 3- -3 1 3 
A new lish^ Clia et о don fa_lc_ifer^ from 
Guadalupe Island^ Baja California^ v;ith 
notes on related species 

Por the nev/ spp. s collecting notes & 
hahitat data^ distribution^ 
distinctions, relations^ diagnosis, 
description of fins^ scales f. lateral 
line^ body &'. head characters;, 
osteological features^ coloration o-. 
measurements^ distinctive characters ": 
relations of 3 other Eastern Pacific 
Chaetodontines; taronomic notes on 
Atlantic spp. 
PAO s glk M 



Manoueti, R. (I958) 
ÍTature Ma¿?. , 51(7)г351-4 
The Ьлскогу shad unmasked 

Identification of spawning areas in E. 
USA hatching & rearing of young in 
laboratory. 



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MF 



Morris, D. (1958) 59-1224 

B^lidvipiiTy supp. VI^ 154 P« 
The reproductive behaviour of the ten- 
spine d stickleback (P ygos/ beus ,£Ш2Я-4Аа^й^ j 
L.) 

This report presents a detailed, 
description c. analysis of the repro- 
ductive behaviour of the ten-spined 
stickleback. In addition to a repro- 
ductive ethogram, descriptions of non- 
reproductive behaviour patterns are 
also given. 



Jackson, ЗЛ^ , Jrc (1958) 59-5157 ! 
Fro с . Okla . А са d . Soi . ^ 38 s 1 46-54 ' 

Summary of a three-year creel census on '; 
Lake Eucha and S'oavina?/ Lake., Oklahoma ç '• 
v/ith compj.risons of other Oklahoma < 
reservoirs ' 

i 

Contents as per title. i 



PiBsdjn 



P 



PiBi¥.^cb 



'АСГ/59-/Т0/720Х' 



mi 



Swedmark, В. à 

G. Teissier (1957) 
CR. Acad. Sei» , Paris, 



571578 



244s 501-4 



Organisation et développeinent des 
Halammohydra (Hydrozoaires) 
(Organization and development of 
Halammohydra , Hydrozoa) 

Morphological notes. 



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îa 



Polltis, J. (1957) 571274 

C. R.Acad. Sei. , Paris, 244° 5 4 "1-3 
Recherches cytolo¿,iques sur la 
formation des Carotinoides chez 
certain poissons (Cytological 
research on the formation of 
Carotinoids of certain fish) 

Observations on the stages of 
formation of Carotinoid pigments in 
the caudal, dorsal & ventral fins of 
Serranus cabrilla , Pagel lu s erythrinus , 
-Dantex macro phthalmus , D, vulgaris , & 
Julis vulgaris . 

FAOs&:lk M . 



Bucksch, R. (1957) 570216 

Cst.Wasserw. , 9(4b75-7 
Rechtsprohleme der internationalen 
Zusammenarheit auf dem Gebiete des 
Gev/ässerschutzes (Legal problems of 
international cooperation in the 
protection of streams) 

Review of the present & future 
pollution problem^ present juridical 
stands of national & international 
laws concerned with water pollution, 
with special reference to boundary 
waters^ Austrian problems in the field 
of water pollution with neighbouring 
states;; proposal for future 



570216 
(Card 2) 
international collaboration on the 
protection of v/aters against 
pollution. 



iBstl 



F 



Joulcan, G. (1957) 

■De Graff, New York , З56 p. 

The world beneath the waves 



582946 



MA 10(2)34» Popular book on submarine 
exploration, underwater hunting, 
equipment à conditions of life| 
submarine archaeology, photography, 
moving picture à television; marine 
biology ÛC submarine research & 
knowledge obtained by these methods. 



;ma M 



Brooks, CF. & 59-C312 

'л:. S. Brooks (1958) 
Trans. Amer. geophys. Un. , 39^52-7 
The accuracy of wind- speed estimates 
at sea 

M 10(4)104. A study of 1315 pairs of 
measured & estimated winds made on US 
weather ships shows that the 
estim.ated speeds corresponded to those 
measured within 1-3 kn (sajne Beaufort 
number) in 6O7. of the case s 5 28%- were 
underestimated à 12/. overestimated. 



TL s ma 



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Springer, V.G. & 59-0747 

H.D. Hoese (1958) 
Т ех. J. Sei. , 10 3 343-8 
Notes and records of marine fishes 
from the Texas coast 

Records of Hoplunnis tenuis Ginsburg j 
Ablennes hi an s Valenciennes^ 
Syngnathus pel agi cus Linnaeus, Thunnus 
thynnus Linnaeus, Istiophorus 
americanus Cuvier^ Tetrapterus 
belone (?) Rafinesquej Alectis 
crinitus Mitchell, Pomacentrus leuco- 
s tictus Müller & Troschel , Halichceres 
"bivittatus Bloch, Spar i soma radians 
Valenciennes, Fomacanthus paru Bloch, 



59-0747 
(Card 2) 
Holocanthus isabelita Jordan & 
Butter & Lophiomus sp. 



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M 



59- 



2233 



Selitskaia, E.S, (1957.) 
lAet.Gidrolog. , (6)^35-9 
К voprosu о vnutrennikh volnakh 
(Cn the problem of internal waves) 

LA 10(2)65. A brief summary is given 
of the history of observations on 
internal waves. Analyzes a striking- 
example of internal waves observed in 
the North Sea. 



ma 



M 



pao/ 59/10/7 20Г 






:..uro:i:tsov, A.M. (1957) 59-2214 
Met.Gidrolog. , (5)s21-5 
Ckoanograf icheskaia izuchennost ' 
Tikhogo оке ana (State of knowledge 
on the oceanography of the Pacific 
Ocean) 

MA 10(4)55. Brief history of 
scientific océanographie observations 
in the Pacific Ocean. Distribution of 
available deep water observations 
for the Pacific Ocean are shown on a 
map. The necessary observations for the 
Pacific Ocean are discussed. 



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M 



lUGG (1957) 59-2553 

Publ . sci.AsE.Océanogr .phys. , (l8)g83 p. 
Bibliography on generation of currents 
and changes of surface-level in oceans, 
seas and lakes by wind and atmospheric 
pressure 1726-1955 

MA 10(4)65. About 850 references to 
literature on storm surges, relations 
between wind, gales, hurricanes, storms 
or pressure & currents or sea level. 
Effect on coasts, estuaries, bays & 
lakes are considered. lüntries are 
listed chronologically from 1726-1955 
(alphabetically by author within each 
year). 

: ma MF 



Jenkins, P.M. (1958) 59-5159 

Proc.Okla. Acad. Sei. , 38s 157-72 

The standing crop of fish in Oklahoma 

ponds 

An examination of standing crop, 
length-frequency distribution, 
growth rate & longevity data on 42 
ponds. 



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M 



Forward References 



Check list y 


59-6613 - 


- 59-7452 


59-7087 


to 


581010 


59-7308 


ti 


59-6387 


59-7330 


M 


582176 


59-6675 


M 


554949 


59-7331 


It 


59-2983 


59-7206 


it 


59-7188 


59-7305 


It 


59-6458 


59-6997 


II 


59-6996 


59-7328 


11 


59-7327 


59-6764 


II 


59-6483 


59-7309 


tl 


59-7307 


59-7399 


It 


59-2115 


59-6685 


It 


584947 


59-6794 


II 


59-6769 


59-7322 


II 


59-5185 


59-6795 


M 


59-6769 


59-7207 


и 


59-7206 


59-6765 


ti 


580677 


59-7329 


It 


583713 


59-7300 


tl 


585666 


59-7401 


It 


59-7400 


59-7302 


It 


59-7301 


59-7312 


к 


581266 


59-7303 


It 


59-6455 


59-7051 


II 


59-7052 


59-7335 


It 


59-6063 


59-7156 


tl 


582209 


59-7209 


It 


59-7208 


59-7208 


II 


59-2514 


59-7332 


It 


59-2032 


59-6766 


It 


581280 


59-7175 


ft 


59-6716 


59-7000 


tl 


59-6769 


59-6940 


tl 


59-6061 


59-7299 


It 


584195 


59-6763 


tl 


59-4918 


59-676S 


It 


59-6767 


59-6938 


tl 


59-3-229 


59-6650 

RQ_7991 


II 

и 


59-6649 
c;q_791 a 



FAO/59/10/7201 



1,00 


FISHES, GEN. 


4511 


4514 


4523 






4529 


4531 


4532 


4533 






4549 


4592 


4608 


4639 






4684 


4688 


4690 


4838 






4861 


4873 


4901 


4903 






4904 


4921 


4939 


4969 






4978 


5096 


5098 


5108 






5144 


5145 


5146 


5188 






5365 


5412 


5418 


5420 






54S1 


5423 


5424 


5527 






5529 


5530 


5568 






1,ог 


Entosphenus 
Ichthyomyzon 






5608 
5608 






Lo.mpetra 




5149 


5531 






Petromyzon 4515 


4718 


5216 


5608 





1 , 07 Lamna 

1,08 Plast elus 
Sphyrna 



1,10 Mobula 

1,12 Chimaera 

1,14 Protopterus 

1.16 P0L7PTERIF0RMES 

1.17 Acipenser 



1,21 



AI sa 




Rreooortia 




Cetengraulis 




Clupea harengus 


4653 


4807 


4824 


5236 


5237 


5371 


5416 


Clupea pallasii 




CLUPEIDAE 




Clupeonella 




Dorosoina 




Elops 




Exgraul is sp. 




ENGRAULIDAE 




Sardina 5244 


5332 


5340 


5598 


Sardinella 




Sardinops caerul 


&a 


5195 


5544 


Sardinops melanosticta 



4719 

4709 

4765 
4904 
5238 
5417 
4807 



4609 



5335 



4538 



.4821 

4876 
4872 



1,09 Centrophorus 4623 4625 4626 

5297 
SqUALIFORMES 4850 



5082 



4961 



4589 5090 
5049 



5604 
5200 
4755 
4802 
5071 
5346 
5621 
5327 
5561 
4858 
4612 
5616 
4990 
5561 
5339 

5426 
4717 

5427 



1 , 22 Chano s 



^МО/59/1 1/7201— 



1,23 



Coregonus 4631 

Oncorhynchus , gen, 
O?icorhynchus gorbuscha 

5587 
Oncorhynchus heta 

4893 5072 
Oncorhynchus kisutch 
Oncorhynchus nerha 

5084 
Oncorhynchus tschxxivyts 
Oncorhynchus sp. 3953 

5603 
Salmo, gen. 
Salmo clarlíii 

5672 
Salmo gairdnerii 

4889 

5107 
Salmo salar 

5055 
Salmo trutta 



4923 
4551 
4637 



4551 
4637 

cha 
4191 



5668 5669 



498i 



4580 
4928 
5135 
4550 
5419 
4804 
5094 
5578 
4783 
5058 



5533 

Salmo sp» 
SALMONIDAE 499I 
Salvelinus fontinalis 
Salvelinus sp. 

1 , 24 Esox 

1,32 Diaphus 

1 . 38 Aphyocharax 
Hyphessobrycon 
Poecilobrycon 

1.39 GYMNOTIDAE 



1,40 



4878 
4989 
5578 
4767 
5538 
4926 
5155 
5590 
5033 
5110 



5252 

5594 
4744 

5084 



4889 4890 



4552 
5039 

4637 
4928 

4551 
5670 

4879 
5079 

4804 

4930 
5256 

5578 
5521 
4550 
4520 



4993 5068 

5053 

5575 
5168 
5087 

4587 



Barbus 




4620 


5193 


Caras si US 4867 


4874 


5067 


5097 


5153 








Cat]-', 






5646 


Chela 






5655 


Cl ino stomas 






5003 


COBITIDAE 






5100 


CYPRINIDAE 




4548 


4550 


Cyprinus 4872 


4876 


4889 


4922 


5066 


5076 


5093 


5105 


5129 


5151 


5160 


5342 


5344 


5673 






Gyrinocheilus 






5152 


Mi s gamas 




4856 


5099 


Neinacheilus 






5073 


No tro pis 






5008 



EAifo 



2(6) :T1 



I 

1,40 (continued) 








1,65 Mugil 


5081 


5659 


Pelecus 






5032 


1,70 Acerina 




5085 


Pimephales 






4540 


Ambassis 




5080 


Rutilus 


5150 


5525 


5589 


Argyrosomus 




5381 


Y S'cardinius 
1 






5154 


CARANGIDAE 
CHIRON OMIDAE 


4512 


5410 
5354 , 


.'.,41 Ainphilius 






4620 


Chrysophrys 




48? 6 


Chiloglanis 






5524 


CICHLIDAE 




5156 


Chrysichthys 






4620 


Cor i s 




4582 


Ciarías 




5385 


5415 


Cynoscion 




4702 


Conorhynchus 






5645 


Decapterus 




5425 


■; Galeichthys 






5147 


Ditrema 




5092 


Heteropneustes 






5385 


Epinephelus 




5399 


Ictalurus 




4829 


5068 


Ha.plochromis 




5190 


Saur i da 






5381 


Herai chromi s 




4918 


ölLuRllJAjl! 




4992 


5386 


HIJTl UPTERIDAE 




5398 


Silurus 






5070 


Lepibema 




5158 


Wallagonia 






5075 


Lut Janus 
Mor one 




5199 
5551 


1,43 Anguilla anguill 


a 




5344 


Mullus 




5595 


Anguilla bostoniensis 




4875 


Pagrosomus 




4872 


Anguilla зр. 






4550 


Perca flauescens 




4518 


Neenchelys 






5644 


Perca fluviatilis 
Pseudopentacero s 




4642 
5397 


1,47 BELONIDA 






5059 


Pseudosciaena 




5381 


Cololabis 




4866 


4891 


Quinquarius 




5397 


EXOCOETIDAE 




4445 


5057 


Roc cus 4720 5206 
Serióla 4519 4871 


5603 
4887 


5604 
4889 ! 


1 , 48 GADI FORMES 






4904 


4891 






Gadus callarias 


4760 


4802 


4804 


Symphyse don 




4643 


4815 


4817 


4818 


5178 


Tilapia 4935 5415 


5547 


5569 : 


5180 


5329 






Trachurus 4538 4872 


4876 


5371 \ 


Gadus merlangus 


5371 


5403 


5620 


5544 






56S1 


5635 










■ 


Me 1 ano дгатпти s 


4728 


5180 


5371 


1,71 Blennius 




5083 i 


5394 


5403 


5621 




CLINIDAE 




5042 j 


Merluccius bilinearis 




5394 






1 
1 


Merluccius merluccius 




4996 


1 ,72 Amnc dytes 5371 


5372 


5403 ! 


Pollachius 






5180 


Ophidian 




4706 


1 , 50 GAZ'TEROSTEIDAE 






5355 


1,74 Acanthurus 




4622 


Jasterosteus 


5007 


5356 


5650 


Trichiurus 




5380 


1 , 53 Larapr i s 






5061 


1,75 Istiophorus 
Maha i ra 


4889 


5647 
4891 


j 1 , 57 CYPRIN 0D0NTIF0RME3 




5037 


Sarda 


4732 


5364 


Gambusia 






5088 


Scomber scombrus 


4594 


5621 


Lebistes 






5087 


Scomber -sp, 4872 


4876 


4891 


Oryzias 






5(У?7 


4897 






POECILIIDAE 






5046 








Xiphophorus 






4828 


1,76 Anabas 
Bet ta 




5387 ' 
4918 


1 , 61 Beryx 






5063 


Osphronemus 
Tetragonurus 




5556 
4538 


1 , 64 Sphyraena 




4702 


4876 


Trichopodus 




5074 

1 


— ^\/l0/S0/l1 /7 901-- . . 










r^-T-rr-^-'-'^-T— 


1 



FA:fo. 



2(6):T2 



1,77 



1,78 



1,80 



1,83 



Clevelandia 

Oxyurichthys 

Apistus 
Sebastes 

Au:iis 

Euthynnus 

Gerim 4544 

Katsuwonus 4891 5S04 

Neothunnus 

Parathunnus 

mUNN I FORMES 4714 

4745 5161 
5.'^14 5222 

Thunnus ori entail 3 

Thunnu s sp . 



5132 
5040 

4886 
4802 5394 



4715 
5364 



4716 
5201 
5347 
4891 



Eopsetta 

Hippoglossus hippoglossus 
Hippogloasus stenolepis 
Liopsetta 

Fleuronectes platessa 4849 
5403 5560 5621 
Pleuroni chthy 3 
Sol ea 5620 



1,86 Mastacembelus 

1,89 Baliste 

lf90 Diodon 

1,95 Antennarius 

1,99 FISHES, Mise, 4501 4502 

4510 4512 4516 

4543 4553 4554 

4595 4611 4614 

4636 4646 4647 

4652 4654 4655 

4662 4700 4701 

4708 4709 4710 

4731 4737 4738 

4749 4752 4764 

4782 4809 4816 

4818 4823 4841 

4846 4848 4896 

4900 4926 4938 

4985 5025 5034 

5036 5041 5043 

5045 5047 5048 

5052 5054 5056 

5064 5065 5095 

5121 to 5124 

5136 5148 5150 



5364 
5364 
5564 
5411 
4763 
4870 
4721 
5213 

4892 
5364 

4704 
4806 
5208 
4521 
4904 

4538 
5621 

5382 

4621 

4835 

5078 

4508 
4517 
4556 
4619 
4648 
4656 
4705 
4730 
4746 
4773 
4817 
4844 
4899 
4979 
5035 
5044 
5051 
5062 
5089 
5126 
5157 



1> 



99 



.¿AO/-^9/ll/7201- 



2,00 



2,05 



2,09 
2,10 



2,12 
2,13 
2,16 
2,21 
2,23 



2,24 



EA:fo 



FISHES, Mise, (cont 'd 

5176 5186 

5212 5217 

to 5230 

5245 5250 

5328 5330 

5347 5371 

5377 5378 

5404 5407 

5412 5413 

5430 5526 

5541 5549 

5562 5565 

5593 5595 

5601 5602 

5624 5641 

5671 5675 

CRUSTACEANS , GEN, 

4529 4531 

4684 4688 

4903 4904 

4969 4978 

5146 5365 
5574 

CHYBORIDAE 

DAPHNIIDAE 

MACROTHRICIDAE 

SIDIDAE 

С OP EPODA 

CALIGIDAE 

Diaptoinus 

Lernacocera 

Octopicola 

Vanbenedenia 

CIRRIPEDIA 

Balanus 

RhIZOCEPEALA 

Almyracwna 

Asellua 

Caeco sph/ierorita 

ISOPODA 

Limnoria 

Sphaeroma 

GarrtTnarus 
Ol" chest ia 
Salent i nella 



2(6):T3 





5159 


5197 


5203 


5221 


522? 


5242 


5243 


5301 


5304 


5331 


5336 


5373 


5374 


5384 


5403 


5408 


5409 


5414 


5429 


5528 


5532 


5552 


5554 


5570 


5591 


5596 


5599 


5612 


5620 


5656 


5657 


4511 


4523 


4532 


4639 


4690 


4838 


4925 


4945 


5144 


5145 


5412 


5568 




5376 




5376 




5376 




5376 


4785 


5361 




4616 


4539 


5009 




4996 




5666 




4961 




4943 


5189 


5323 




5133 




4792 




4997 




5667 




4590 


'4833 


5654 




4832 




5510 




4583 




4578 



2,27 ВЕС^иЮВА 






5133 


3,07 


fcont inued) 








■ 


2,28 Leander 






4564 1 




Theodoxi s 








5390 


Macro brachiuni 






4966 \ 




Tro chu 3 








4936 . 


j NATMTIÄ 4709 


4735 


4736 


4748 \ 




Turbo 








4937 ^ 


1 4750 


4775 


4847 


5215 í 














I 5219 


5231 


5232 


5240 { 


3,09 


Osteodes 








5293 


5241 


5357 




1 


Thai3 








5292 


Palaemonetes 




4786 


5299 i 


3,10 


Uro salpinx 






5265 


5279 


Pandalopsi з 






4700 \ 












Pandalus 




4700 


4812 


Litt or i vaga 








4964 


Репаеиз 




4617 


5537 i 














I ■ 






i 


3,13 


Ancylus 








5506 


i 2,29 Astacus 






4967 ' 




Siph-'^iaria 








5363 


Callinectes 






4709 \ 




Taphius 








5543 


Cancer 






4703 \ 














Carcinus 


4575 


'Ít7^5 


5391 i 


• o ,14 


j±chat i na 








5004 


Eriphia 






5181 














Geryon 






5114 


3,15 


PELECYPODA 


4659 


4771 


5016 


5257 


Homarus 




4793 


5114 i 


^ 




5261 


5268 


5270 


5463 


Jasus 






5378 






5505 


5514 






Осу pode 






4787 














Panul i rus 


5220 


5253 


5638 


3,16 


Brachidontes 






5275 


Paralithodes 


4637 


4700 


5136 




Crassostrea 


5269 


5275 


5285 


to 


REPTANTIA 




5128 


5547 






5288 








Uca 




4790 


5567 




Mute la 
Mytilus 




4797 


5272 


5193 
5392 ; 


2,99 CRUSTACEANS, MISC. 


4501 


4502 




Ostrea 


4660 


4711 


4712 


4713 


4556 


4636 


4646 


4647 






4729 


5127 


5258 


5259 


1 4648 


4656 


4662 


4708 






5260 


5271 


5273 


to 


1 4730 


4731 


4749 


4752 






5277 


5280 


5289 


5290 


\ 4764 


4816 


4317 


4818 






5291 


5293 


5395 




i 4823 


4837 


4844 


4846 




Pectén 


4727 


4805 


4814 


4962 . 


4896 
\ 4938 


4899 


4900 


4926 














4979 


5047 


5048 


3,17 


Ensis 








5275 


1 5064 


5121 


5122 


5136 




Gemma 








5613 


\ 5203 


5212 


5221 


5227 




Mya 


5272 


5275 


5283 


5613 


¡ 5229 


5230 


5242 


5243 




Venus 


4635 


5262 


5275 


5284 


5245 


5250 


5304 


5330 






5286 








1 5371 


5374 


5377 


5378 




Villorita 








5652 


i 5403 


5404 


5407 


5408 














I 5409 
\ 5565 


5414 


5430 


5541 


3,19 


CEPHALOPODA 








5095 


5576 


5599 


5612 














1 5653 

t 


5656 


5675 




3,21 


LI BRAN chía 
Doryteuthis 








5137 
4872 


1 3,00 MOLLUSCS, GEN. 


4523 


4529 


4531 




Loll iguncula 






5125 . 


{ 4532 


4533 


4039 


4ó8<í 




Octopus 




4864 


5181 


5666 '\ 


1 4688 


4690 


4838 


4903 




Sepia 








5181 


\ 4904 


4925 


4945 


4969 














4978 


5144 


5145 


5146 


3,99 


MOLLUSCS, MISC. 


4501 


4502 


4511 


5365 


5412 


5568 


5574 






4556 


4636 


4646 


4647 














4648 


4656 


4662 


4708 


3,05 GA'JTROPODA 




4569 


5010 






4730 


4731 


4752 


4762 














4764 


4816 


4817 


4818 


3,07 HALIOTIDAE 






5194 






4823 


4837 


4844 


4846 ■ 
4926 'f 


Hal iotÍ3 






5282 






4896 


4899 


4900 


Potamopyrgus 






5501 






4938 


4943 


4979 


5047 Í 



^AO/59/l 1/7201 



EA:fo 



2(6):T4 



3,99 



4,05 
4,06 



4,21 
4,22 

4,23 
4,9? 
4,99 
5,00 
5,07 
5,29 
5,49 

5,68 
5,87 
5,91 
5,96 
5,99 
6,01 
6,03 



M0LLU;JC3, MISC. ( 


'cont ' 


d) 


5048 : 


6,03 


( cont inued) 


5064 


5121 


5122 


5136 ! 






5203 


5212 


5221 


5227 • 




RHIZOPODA 


5229 


5230 


5242 


5243 ;. 






5245 


5251 


5304 


5330 


6,06 


My xo bo lu s 


5374 


5377 


.5378 


5403 




МетгюЛорзгз 


5404 


5407 


5408 


5409 






5414 


5430 


5498 


5540 


6,07 


CNIDOSPORIDIA 


5565 


5576 


5599 


5612 






5656 


5675 






6,11 


DisQinatostoina 
Stentor 


Bihydra 






5205 






Muatela 






5591 : 


6,x3 


РОЯТ FERA 


Callorhinus 






4723 


6,15 


Chondro 3ia 


EvM&topias 






4637 ■ 




SPONGIIDAE 


Lobodon 




'5305 


5308 ; 




Te t hya 


Otaria 






4757 






Phoca 






4509 


6,17 


Ваз s i a 


PINNIPEDIA 




4505 


4506 




Chelophyea 
Di paye s 


CETÁCEA 4657 


4724, 


4725 


5210 \ 




Galetta 


5211 


5233 


5235 


5251 : 




Hydra 


5300 


5550 








HTDROZOA 


Phoca ena 






5174 




Lensia 


Physeter 






5138 : 




Muggiaea 


Prodelphinus 




4629 


4630 


6,18 


Phy salía 
Chiropsalmus 


Balaenoptera muaculus 




4558 














6,19 


MTHOZOA 


MAimALS, AQUATIC 


4556 


4904 


5047 




CORALLIIDAE 


MAMMALS, MISC. 






5642 


6,21 


Mnemiopsi s 


AMPHIBIANS, GEN, 






4514 


6,24 


Dendrocoelum 
PLANARIIDjíE 


SAIJENTIA 






5005 




TURBELLAMIA 


AI^IPHIBIMS, Mise 




4556 


5048 


6,25 


TREMATODEf 


REPTILES, MISC. 


4556 


4904 


5043 


6,26 


Allocreadium 


5048 










Cali cot y Ig 
Di et yo cot y le 


ALCIDAE 






4822 




Entobdella 


BIRDS, AQUATIC 




4556 


5618 


6,27 


Buceplyalus 
Cercaría 


ENTEROPNEUSTA 






4855 




DIGENA 
Parorchis 


A3CIDIACEÁ 






4943 


t 


Proctoeces 
Pseudostylochus 


CHORDATES, Mise, 






5642 


6,30 


Hepatoxylon 


Naegleria 




5471 


5472 


6,31 


Mi crura 


GLOBIGERINIDAE 






5572 


■ 


NEMERTEA 


GL OB OR ОТ ALULAE 






5572 


t 





4799 



5173 \ 

S 

4968 , 
5291 '■ 

4810 ! 
t 

4567 4568 \ 
4798 '■ 

5486 ■ 

4565 
4863 5226 ' 
4570 : 

5333 : 

5333 \ 

533\j i 

5333 \ 

4800 5639 = 

4943 : 

5333 \ 

5333 • 

4831 1 

5362 \ 

5192 ■ 

4789 ' 

i 

4784 i 

i 

5513 
4791 : 
5508 j 

5511 \ 

5382 
5165 5166 ■ 
5165 5166 ' 

4806 



4797 



5263 

4930 
5360 
5292 
4797 
5264 

5298 

5006 
5508 



í^Aü/59/ll/7201 



EAifo 



2(6):T5 



6,33 NEMATODÁ 

Panagrola. i тиз 

6,35 Polymorphus 

6,37 Epiphanes 
ROTATORIA 

6,39 Echincdcrella 

6,45 CHAETOGNATHA 
Sagitta 

6,43 POLYCHAETA 3734 

6,50 SEP^ULIDAE 
Spirorbis 

6 , 51 LUhiBRICIDAE 



6 ,53 


Erpoodella 




Hirudo 


6,56 


LimsuliíS 


6,61 


ARAIjEAE 


6,6S 


ACARIiIA 


6,66 


IN3ECTA 


6,71 


PLECOPTERA 


6,76 


Ephenera, 




B'sptagenia 




Rkithrogena 


6,77 


GomphomacroTrd a 




ODOtt/ATA 




Pet a Iura 


6,79 


Alarcta 




HElilPTERA 




Micronecta 




Tettigades 



6, se 



6,83 
6,84 



^.m so centro pu s 
Cecetis 
Oxyethira 
ЭЬепо psyche 
TRICHGPTERA 



Menyanthes 



Agabus 

CÖLEOPTEFJL 





5511 


6, 


C4 


fco'izt inued ) 






! 




5474 






Dytiscus 






5509 : 


5490 


5510 
5462 






Eno chru s 
HTDROPHILIDAE 




5511 


5494 ■ 
5579 : 




5515 ' 


6, 


86 


Cara phr act US 
Chrysocharis 






5480 ' 
5480 'г 




5651 ; 












! 






6, 


87 


Aedes 






5504 ' 




4537 






Anopheles 




5459 


5476 ; 




5339 • 






CHIRONOMID/iE 
CULICIDAE 




5179 
5499 


5580 
5519 i 


4615 


4960 

4943 
5617 






Di ame sa 
Mansonia 
Simulium. 
Taeni orhynchus 






5367 '■ 
5473 . 
5517 1 
4998 










Típula 


5467 


5468 


5470 




4995 . 






TIPULIDAE 






5469 \ 




5512 ■ 


6: 


93 


Arbacia 






4788 \ 


5464 


5465 


















^; 


97 


INVERTEBRATES, AQUATIC 


4511 


4523 




4793 






4529 


4531 


4532 


4533 










4541 


4556 


4573 


4639 ' 




5581 






4684 


4688 


4690 


4838 










4904 


4925 


4945 


4969 '■ 




5368 






4978 


4979 


5048 


5144 . 










5145 


5146 


5167 


5365 \ 


5017 


5516 






5568 


5574 


5576 


• 



5479 

5488 5496 
5487 
5487 

5475 

5484 5497 

5492 

5014 

5500 5503 

5495 

5012 

5482 
5477 
5481 
5483 
5478 5485 5507 

5447 

5518 
5493 



6,99 
7,00 



INVERTEBRATES, MISC, 



5609 



7,03 

7,06 

7,08 
7,12 
7 , ^c 





1 


4511 


4523 


4529 ; 




4531 


4532 


4533 


4539 i 




4541 


4556 


4591 


4639 '■ 




4668 


to 


4672 


467 -J 




4675 


4676 


4678 


463 С 




to 


4688 


4690 


to 




4696 


4773 


4838 


4904 




4925 


4969 


5341 


5375 




5453 


5568 


5637 




Cartería 








5284 : 


Chlamydomonas 




4777 


4912 


Plaiymonas 








5452 ; 


Chlorella 


4536 

5456 


4640 


4641 


5182 '- 

i 

I 


Neo chlor is 








5559 \ 


Ulothrix 








5559 ; 
1 


Hazenia 








55cS 


Sd i ro Qura 








517. 



Í^AO/59/1 1/7201 



EA:fo 



2(6):T6 



? ,16 DEJMIDIA СЕЛЕ 
Staurastrum 

7.17 Acetabular ia 
Siphonocladus 
Vaucheria 

7.18 CHARACEAE 

7 ,31 CI-IRYSOPHYCEAE 

7 ,3S Coccolithus 
Mallomonas 
Ochromonas 

7,41 В A CILLARI OPHYCEAE 

4971 5130 

7,63 Exuviella 

7.66 Gymnodinium 
Noctiluca 

7 . 67 PERI DIN I OIDEAE 

7,70 Euglena 
j EUGLENINEAE 

I 

I 7,72 Cylindrocarpus 

I 7 ,80 Normo sira 

\ 7,81 RHODOPNYCEAE 

\ 

7,82 Porphyra 

i 

i 7 ,87 Cordylecladia 

! Gracilaria 

\ Gracilariopsis 

\ 7,99 ALGAE, MISC. 4572 

\ ' 4751 4836 

I 5183 5192 

i 

! 8,01 BACTERIA 5184 5442 
\ 5674 

I Streptococcus 

j 8 ,33 Chytr i omyce s 

\ Ichthyosporidium 

\ 8,74 Odontia 
\ 

\ 8,94 MONILIALEJ 
8,99 FUNGI, Mise, 



4573 
4859 
5559 

to 



5457 
4794 

4574 \ 

4913 i 

4558 '■ 

4885 ; 

4963 : 

4940 '■ 

4940 ] 

4722 : 

4979 ; 
5577 

5445 '■ 

4900 : 

4973 \ 
4811 ; 

5295 . 

4974 ' 
4707 



4976 ■ 

4914 5583 \ 

5388 : 
4975 

5296 . 

4633 ; 

4633 . 
4633 

4633 ' 

4633 ' 
4633 

4633 1 

4633 ? 

i 

5000 5001 : 

4633 \ 
4633 
4633 
4633 



9,97 AQWITIC E'NBRYOPNYTE^ 4556 4836 \ 

5192 
HIGHER PLMITS, AQUATIC 4556 4836 \ 



4776 


5571 
5449 


9,00 


EMBRYGPHYTA, Gm. 






9,43 


El dea 




4579 








4586 


9,44 


Eichhornia 




4970 








\ 


9,50 


Leirma 




5640 








, 


9,75 


Daphne 


4577 


5451 








\ 


9,86 


Bignoniaceae 


4585 


4588 i 




GLOBULARIACEAE 




5450 : 




LENTIBULARIACEAE 




5454 




MARTYNIACEY.E 

OROBANCHACEjÏE 


4672 


4942 




PEDALIA.CEAE 


5294 


5322 ; 
4585 




PhRYMACEAE 
PLMITAGINACEAE 






9,87 


Strychnos 




5284 








5658 


9,89 


ADOXA.CEAE 
CßJR.IFOLIA.CEAE 




4596 ■ 




RUBIACEAE 
VALERIßJJACEAE 



i^ü/5^/l-i/72Ul 



EA:fo 



2(6) :T7 



100 


AFRICA 


5413 


5574 


157 


Federation 


of Rhodesia and 










, 




Nyasaland 


( coni 


:'d) 


5547 


5548 


113 


Morocco 4572 5234 


5337 


5558 














114 


Canary Is, 




4742 


200 


NORTH AlîERICA 








122 


UAH, Southern Region 




















(EôTPt) 




5223 


210 


Canada 


4501 


4549 


4645 


4658 


123 


Sudan 




5601 






4659 4662 


4727 


4729 


124 


Eritrea 


5054 


5399 






5395 


5430 






125 


Ethiopia 




5502 


212 


British Columbia 


4502 


4551 


5084 


126 


Fr« Somaliland 




4938 : 






5587 








12G 


Somalia 5054 


5399 


5476 


214 


Ontario 






5015 


5017 


131 


Kenya 5064 5399 


5407 


to 


215 


Quebec 






5155 


5610 




5410 5476 


55^:4 




216 


Newfoundland 




4846 


5611 


132 


Uganda 


5301 


5476 • 


217 


Nov/ Brunsv/i 


ck 




4550 


4660 


134 


Zanzibar and Pemha 


5050 


5399 , 


220 


USA (Alaska 


) 


4637 


4645 


4700 




5407 5409 


5410 


5476 


230 


USA 


4504 


4524 


4555 


4637 


136 


Mauritius 




5569 






5162 


5169 


5196 


5200 


140 


Africa., \V. Central 


4623 


4625 






5207 


5257 


5271 


5540 




4626 










5570 5612 






141 


Sudanese Republic 


4615 


4618 


231 


V/ashington 


State 


4553 


4916 


5264 




"4630 49З0 






231 


Oregon 


4595 


4928 


5203 


5264 


141 


State of fjenegal 46 15 


46 1С 


4630 


231 


Idaho 








5669 




4938 






232 


California 


4701 


to 


4704 


4717 


141 


Islamic Republic of Mauritania 






5194 


5195 


5264 


5282 




4615 46I0 


4630 


4938 ■ 






5406 5571 


5603 


5604 


141 


Republic of the Ivory 


Coast 


232 


Nevada 








5571 




4615 46IC 


4630 


4938 


232 


Utah 






5671 


5672 


141 


Republic of Dahomey 

4630 4930 


4615 


461 8 


232 
233 


Arizona 

Wyoming 








5571 
5670 


141 


Republic of Upper Volta 


4615 : 


234 


Minnesota 








4548 




4618 4630 


4938 


1 
( 


234 


lov/a 








5069 


141 


Republic of Niger 


4615 


4618 


234 


Wisconsin 






4518 4632 




4630 4938 






234 


Illinois 








4773 


141 


Fr. Cameroons 


4628 


4938 ; 


234 


Kentucky 








4511 


141 


Republic of Guinea 


461 5 


4618 


235 


Oklahoma 


4610 


5157 


5158 


5159 




4630 4938 


5037 




235 


Mississippi 








5607 


142 


Cape Verde Is, 




4721 . 


236 


USA, New England 


4815 


4863 


5394 


142 


Portp Guinea 




4721 


236 


Maine 




4712 


5272 5613 


143 


Liberia 


4721 


5230 '■ 


236 


Massaohuset 


ts 




4713 


4792 


144 


Gambia 


4620 


4721 


236 


Connecticut 






4719 


5279 


144 


Sierra Leone 


4629 


472 1 . 


237 


USA, Middle 


Atlantic 


states 


144 


Ghana 4721 


4734 


5519 i 












4566 


144 


Br. Togoland 




4721 • 


237 


New Jersey 






4815 


5280 


1 44 


Fr. Togo land 


4721 


4938 


237 


Maryland 


4066 


4304 


4908 


4926 


145 


Nigeria 


4619 


4721 






5125 


5127 


5283 




145 


Br, Cameroons 


4628 


4721 ^ 


237 


Virginia 






4720 


5273 


14б 


Gabonese Republic 




4938 


237 


Pennsylvania 




4720 


5003 


146 


Republic of Tchad 




4938 


238 


N. Carolina 








5259 


146 


Republic of Congo 




4938 ; 


238 


S„ Carolina 








5274 


146 


Central African Republic 


4938 : 


238 


Florida 


4512 


4539 


4612 


4705 


147 


Belg. Congo 


4935 


5049 ■ 






4706 


4707 


5198 


5276 


151 


Angola 




5485 : 






5293 


5359 


5360 5363 


154 


Union of S. Africa 


4766 


5253 ^ 


240 


Berm.udas 




4543 


4956 


5116 




5399 5476 


5544 


5545 : 


250 


Greenland 


4685 


4804 


4812 


4816 




5546 5596 










4817 








155 


Mozambiqu î 




5050 














157 


Federation of Rhodesia- and 

















Nyasaland 4848 4930 5485 5499 



EAsfo 



2(6)з01 



FAO/59/1 1/7201 



300 

311 

31^ 
314 
315 

321 

322 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
341 
342 
343 
351 

353 

400 

413 

414 
417 
421 
423 



LATIIT AI'IERICA 



424 
424 
425 

42 G 

433 
434 
436 
437 
441 

442 
444 
451 



451 
451 
453 

500 



Mexico 

Guatemala 
Costa nica 

Panama 



4747 to 4752 
5232 5233 



473' 
4755 475; 



5168 
4772 



Br, 

СиЪа 

Colombia 

Venezuela 

Br. Guiana 

Surinam 

Fr. Guiana 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Chile 

Brazil 

Ar/^entina 

ASIA 

Israel 

Jordan 

Iran 

Pakistan 

India 4611 
4937 
5306 
56ZL4 

5654 
566O 

Ceylon 

Mai dive Is. 

E. Pakistan 

Pr. India 

Singapore 

Java 

ITo Borneo 

Philippines 

Chinese People's 
5606 

Hong Kong 

Korea 

Japan 4597 
4864 
5052 
5398 

Japan, Hokkaido 

Japan ^ Honshu 

Formosa 5O4O 

EUROPE 



5241 5537 
ean Federation 

5575 

4732 4Ö32 
4722 

4771 4932 

4775 
4G3Ö 

4722 4757 
4722 4730 5062 
4726 5042 5056 
5549 



5231 

4735 
5220 
5240 

5121 



5046 
5219 

5543 

5065 

5065 
5065 
4722 
5242 
5218 
5543 



4969 4990 5212 



4739 
504З 

5593 
5645 
5656 



45C5 

4740 

4929 
5129 

5602 
5646 
5657 



4u3o 



475G 
Repuhl i с 



4743 
4871 
5057 
5427 



4746 

4744 
4888 
5209 



5250 5251 



4960 
4585 
5034 
5357 
4934 
5130 
5640 
5653 
5^59 

5217 
5641 
5239 
4938 
4Ö23 
5426 
4992 
5636 
5330 

4736 
5229 

4745 
4940 
5210 

5010 
4602 
5252 



511 
513 
514 



516 

517 
520 
521 
522 
524 

531 
532 
533 



533 
534 
541 

542 



54^ 
543 

543 
551 

553 

555 
556 
556 
5б1 
561 



4656 5047 



5б2 
563 
571 
572 
573 



600 

610 



D enmark 
Iceland 
Norv/ay 



Sv/eden 

Finland 

■7e stern ar 

Netherland 

Belgium 

Prance 

Ireland 

UK 

England 



4685 
5624 
4737 
5122 

4725 
5063 
5304 



5-21 5402 5403 



4738 
5227 
4753 
5236 
5404 
4691 
4783 



4765 4770 

5228 

4754 

5237 

5550 

5249 

4922 



ea 



4724 5059 5235 



'.ales 

Scotland 

Portugal 

Spain 



Balearic li 
Italy 

Sicily 
Yugoslavia 



4577 
4820 

4741 

4682 
4847 
5172 
5479 
5501 

4962 
4573 
5245 
4573 
4837 
5332 
5339 

5109 
5556 

4594 
5033 



4578 
5009 
5060 
5055 
4767 
4983 
5256 
5487 
5516 



5431 



4584 
5134 
5500 

5123 

to 
5163 
5470 
5493 5497 



4816 
523s 
5624 
5624 
5043 
4556 
5550 
5542 
4636 
5224 
5525 
5211 
4770 
5164 
5478 



5498 



5172 
5503 



4818 4997 5244 

4759 to 4764 
5038 5247 5248 
5335 5336 5337 
5340 5341 5675 
4559 
5551 5552 5553 



5020 
5375 



Greece 

Rom.ania 
Turkey 
Anatolia 
Germany 

Federal Republic 
4646 

4844 
5368 

5577 
5624 

Sy/itzerland 

Austria 

German Demo erat i ( 

Poland 

Czechoslovakia 



to 
5376 
5225 



5556 
5028 

5226 
5094 
5373 
5594 
4593 

of Germany 
to 4655 4733 

5044 5045 

5370 5562 
to 55З1 



5367 
5565 
5539 



5036 
5160 



; Republic 

4994 

4515 4978 

5070 5149 



5614 
5051 
5066 

5243 
5035 
5151 



OCEANIA 



Australia 4725 4830 5214 5294 



-rÁ-07^9/TT/7-^ü1- 






EAsfo 



2(6);G2 



' 612 


V/e st ern Au st га 1 ia 


537G 


■ 614 


Victoria 




615 


Ne-v7 S. Wales 5O6I 


5213 


616 


Queensland 




630 


Nev/ Zealand 4541 


4943 




5179 52:4 


to 


634 


Сатр1эе11 I, 




! 637 


Auckland I. 




: 641 


Fr. Oceania 47 1 5 


493G 


\ 673 


Caroline Is. 





700 



710 



800 



USSR 



4633 4673 4725 
4S26 5209 5254 



Russian FGSa 4 5 05 48 6 
5136 

SPECIAL INTERCONTINENTAL 
REGIONAL GROUPINGS 



5493 ■ 

4850 I 

5215 ; 

5599 . 

4; 45 

5298 ■ 

5041 • 

5041 ; 

5347 

4852 . 

4743 ■ 
5255 

5058 



ASE. 08 

ASE. 10 
ASE. 12 



BT 



IN. 01 

IN. 02 

IN „03 

ISYÍ 

ISW.O5 

ISÏÏ.06 

ISEW 

ISWL 04 



817 




Tropics 






5192 






820 




Antarctic Continent 


5305 


5325 


IS 


.WU 05 


863 




Fr. Community 






4938 


p 


" ^ 


A 




ATLANTIC OCEM 


4946 


4947 


5615 
















Ш 


' 


AN 




Atlantic, N. 


456I 


4723 


4u6l 


m 


".01 






4904 


4911 


4919 


4958 ■ 






шп 




Atlantic, N.W. 


4658 


4710 


4802 


L 








4807 


4948 


5122 


5201 










5635 












АШ7. 


04 


Go of St. Lav/rence 


4805 


4806 ' 










4809 






! 


L. 


11 


АШ!. 


05 


Go of Maine 






4810 ; 






AF';. 


06 


Chesapeake Б. 


4711 


4926 


5206 '^ 


L. 


21 


ANE 




Atlantic NoE. 


4680 


4686 


4821 










4841 


5113 


5114 




L. 


72 


ME. 


01 


Villi te Sea 






5323 


L. 


75 


ME. 


02 


Barents Sea 


4682 


5323 


5374 






ME. 


04 


North Sea 468З 


4824 


4849 


4939 ' 










4961 


5346 


5371 


5401 


, 








5618 












ME. 


05 


Baltic Sea 


4639 


4961 


5329 






ME. 


08 


English Channel 




4673 


5598 






ANE. 


10 


Norwegian Sea 






4684 






AS 




Atlantic, S, 






4958 ' 






ASW 




Atlantic^ S.Y/. 






5117 






AS\7. 


01 


G. of Mexico 


4512 


470G 


4709 










4957 


5I6I 


5197 


5198 ■; 










5199 


5361 


5364 








ASW. 


02 


Ceirihhean Sea 




5161 


5572 ; 






ASE 


,02 


Mediterranean S 
5595 


эа 


4545 


46 37 i 






ASE 


.03 


Mediterranean S 


эа, W 


9stern4588 ' 










5144 


5145 


5146 


5333 






ASE 


.05 


Mediterranean S 


ea,^ Eastern 







Adriatic Sea 5021 to 

5027 5029 5030 
Black Sea 485 3 

G. of Guinea 

IFOOPACIPIC OCEM 4537 
4866 5136 5204 

Pacific, N„ 4519 4599 

4605 4688 4690 
5208 5563 

Japan Sea 4508 4519 

Sea of Okhotsk 4508 
Bering Sea 
Indian Ocean 

/orahian Sea 5176 

Б. of Bengal 565 1 

Indopacific^ Central 487O 

5115 
E. China Sea 4519 4887 

5380 5381 
Yellow Sea 5379 5380 



POLAR SEAS 

Arctic Ос еад 
N. Polar Basin 



4778 



5024 

5320 
4616 

4716 
535S 

4603 
4723 

5322 

4519 
4508 
5222 
5637 
5664 
4950 

5379 
5381 



4911 
5319 



INLMD SEAS AND 

INTERTEPuRITORIAX LAKE 
SYSTEMS 

East _Af ri can Lal^_s 5156 

5T1T 
Ал e r i ca_n _Gr eat Lak e. s 4520 

''4606 5216 
Caspian _ Se a 4506 4858 

L. Baikal 



5190 

4542 

5034 
4506 



49 60 



FAo/59/11/7201 



EA;fo 



2(6);G3 



Chaine^ J. (1958) 



39-6613 



Bull. Cent. btud.PLéch. sei .Biarritz, 2 : 

1 41 -242 
Recherches sur les otolithes des 
poissons. Etuc.e descriptive et 
comparative de la ^Q^gltta des Télcostéenfe 
(study of otoliths of fish. Descriptive 
and comparative study of the sagitta 
of Teleosteans; 



Gives size of otolith c"- fish, 
descriptions с variations of otoliths oí 
spp. of the families Centrolophidae^ 
ITomeidae, Bramidae, Stromateidac j 
Coryphaenidae^ Chaetodontidaep Gaproidae 
Zeidacy Cyclopteridae j Gchiesocidae^ 



Centriscidaey Atherinidae, 
Gasterosteidaey Ammodytidae, ¿г 
Ophidiidae. 



;^-66l3 
(Card 2) 



5?- 



FAO^hr 



Ш 



Vihertj R. (1958) 



59-6615 



Bull. Cent. Stud« Rech. scLBiarrita , 2 ■ 

243-7 • " ■ 

Sensihilité à la fatigue des poissons. 
Consequences en matière de 
repeuplement (Sensitiveness to 
fatigue Ъу fish. Consequences in 
stocking) 

Considerations ¿0 experiments \vith 
salmonids on causes of mortality Ъу 
fatigue during transportation c: 
stocking. 



FAOshr 



F 



Kisoh, B,S. (195З) 59-6616 

Bull. Cent.Etud. Rech. sci.BiarritZc, 2 . 

251-2 . 
Balanus tulipiformis Ellis au Musée 
de la Mer J Biarritz ( Balanus 
tulipiformis Ellis at the Museum of tl: 
the Sea^ Biarritz) 

Records of the sp. for the south- 
western coast of Prance. 



FAO hr 



M 



Joly, R. (1958) 59-6617 

Bull. Cent.Etud. Rech, sei. Biarritz ., 2 s 
Contrihution à la connaissance de la 
faune planet onique des étangs de la 
région landaise (2me note) - (12) 
(Contribution to the knowledge of 
planktonic fauna of ponds of the 
Landaise region - 2nd note - 12) 

Records of spp. of Cladocera¡, 
decapods., iiydrozoa c- others. 



FAO z hr 



F 



Ыутаап, L.H. (l959) 



59-6618 



ITew York, McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc .. 

7Ö3 p. 
The invertebrates 2 smaller Coelomate 
groups - Chaetognatha, Hemichordata^ 
Pogonophora, Phoronidaj Ectoprocta^ 
Brachipoda, Sipunculida. The 
coelomate Bilateria - - • 

A chapter is devoted to each phylum^ 
giving historical reviev/ of research 
on it у account of its characters;, 
anatomy i': embryology, ô ecology &: 
physiology - for some phyla -y 
relationships y & bibliography. Pinal 



PAO/59/10/7201 



2(8)c1 



59-6618 
(Card 2) 
chapter reviews recent literature 
relating to phyla treated in previous 
volumes. 



GLKsglk 



TTiT 



Morton J J.E. (1959) 59-6620 
J.íIar.hiol.Áss.U.K. , 38з225-38 
The habits and feeding organs of 
Dentalium entalis 



A specialized burrower in medium to 
coarse sandc ¿: its chief or only diet 
is of Poraminif era. Burro\7Íng is 
performed Ъу a muscular j very extensible 
tong^ue-like foot. The foraminif era^-^s агф 
captured Ъу very numerous extensible 
head tentacles or captacula. Digestion 
appears to be v;holly extracellular, Ô; 
the digestive tubules are compared in 
structure with those of other melius ca 
GLKcjem M 



Thompson, Т.Е. (1959) 



59-6621 



J.Mar.biol.Ass.U.K. , 38:239-48 
Feeding in nudibranch larvae 



xiie 

J, ^-- 



Kabata, Z. (1959) 59-6622 

J.Mar.biol.Ass.U.r:. , 38í249~61 
Ecology of the genus A cant ho_ chon a r ia 
Oakley (Copepoda parasitica) 



A. flurae 
A. 



? Al cls-va-"t^Q- 'J A. liraandae /": 

cornuta are discussed in relation 

the flatfishes, 



to their hosts 



The 



4 spp. differ in distribution к 
in distributio-i on their respective 
hosts J all v/ith the exception of A» 
f lurae choosing v/ell protected 
environments J which vary with the host 



GLL' с zk 



M 



Krishna s\7amy¡, S. (1959) 59-6623 
J.ÎIar .biol. Ac^s.ü.K. ;> 38:263-6 
Respiration in Cho ndr a ca nt hu s zei 
De la Roche ( Copepoda) 

The rate of oxygen consumption in 
C. zei varied from 0.19 "to 1.8 l./mg 
dry v/t/h depending on the body weight. 
There is a fall in respiratory rate 
with time. The metabolic rate as 
reflected by O2 requirements shows 
that the animal may consume about 
3-85/0 of its own body weight of food 
per day. 



GLK^sk 



M 



The mechanism of food capture 
movement of food particles \7ithin 'oixG 
gut are described from observations 
on Archidoris pseudoar^pjis . Less detailed 
observations on the larvae of 12 other 
nudibranch spp. showed similar 
mechanisms to exist in all. Ingestion <3: 
assimilation of food particles occur 
solely in the left midgut diverticulum 
or digestive gland. 



GLK^tet 



M 



Бопеу^ A.D. ^- 59-6624 

S.D. S. Corner (1959) 
J.llar.biol.Ass.U.K. , 38s267-75 \ ' 
Application of toxic agents in the 
study of the ecological resistance 
of intcrtidal red algae 

Algae from various ecological groups 
shoY7 marked differences in their 
resistance to changes in the 
temperature of the surrounding sea 
water. The results obtained from 
experiments are consistent with the 
viev/ that the proportion of lipid 
material present in the cell membrane 
is important in determining the 



I 



FAO/ 59/1 0/7 201 



'(Ö)c2 



59-6624 
(Cara 2) 
susceptibility of an intertidär red 
alga to increased sea-water 
temperature. 



GLKshr 



M 



Yonge^ CM. (1959) 59-6626 

J. Mar. bid. Ass. U.K. , 38с277-90 
On the structure J biology and 
systematic position of Fharus legumen (L] 

FolloY/ing description of the sp. with 
an account of the palliai structures^ 
organs in the mantle cavity ^ nature of 
the ciliary currents on the mantle Ô: 
the ctenidiay ^r. the course of the 
alimentary canal j reason is given for 
its transference to the Tellinacea. 



GLK z cmy 



M 



Fisher^ L.R. & 

E.H. Goldie (1959) 
J.T'ar.hiol. Ass.U. K. о 



59-6627 



38 3 291 --31 2 



The food of M e ga v^j ctiphanes norvegica 
(M.Sars)^ with an assessment of the 
contributions of its components to the 
vitamin A reserves. of the animal 



Performed vitamin A is present in 
compound, eyes ,c: its precursor j, ß - 
carotene J in dinof lagellates^ diatoms ¡, 
algae L fern sporangia j all of which ari^ 
eaten by M^ norvegica. In the springy 
however J when the food consists almost 
entirely of copepods v/ith astaxanthin 
as their main carotenoidj vitamin A 



59-6627 
(Card 2) 

concentrations increase most rapidly. 
It is possible that astaxanthin is 
a vitamin A precursor in euphausiids. 



GLK^lr-P 



M 



Stride, А.Ы. (1959) 



J.Mar.biol.Ass.U.K. , 38в13-8 

A linear pattern on the sea floor 

and its interpretation 



An acoustic survey has been made of 
2 regions where there is marked 
geographical variation in the nature 
of the surface sediments. It is 
shovm that the patches are elongate: 
parallel to the prevailing path of 
the tidal streams c: a mechanism of 
ori.o.dn is 



suggested. 



GLK: ah s 



M 



59-6629 \ 



Mantón, I. (1S^59) 59-6630 

J .Mar. b iol.A ss.U.K. , 38 с 31 9-33 
Electron microscopical observations 
on a very small flagellate 3 the 
problem of Chromulina pusilla Butcher 

C. pusilla has been examined 
morphologically ¿0 anatomically. In 
spite of their small size all parts 
are structurally normal. The 
anatomical c: biochemical evidence 
indicates that this flagellate has 
been placed in the v/rong group. An 
emended diagnosis is inserted as a 
guide to the ultimate reclassing P- 
renaming of the organism. 
GLK 3 im " M 



F...0/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8)c3 



Atkinsj D. (1959) 59-6631 

J.Иar.Ъio l.Aзs.U.K. , З8 с 335-50 
The early growth sta¿;es and adult 
structure of the lophophore of 
Macandrevia cranium (üüller) (Brachio- 
poda¡, Dallinidae) 

The early growth stages of lophophore 
c-, loop at a shell length of 1'0-5«3 mm 
are described. The growth of the 
brachial support is marked by 
exceptionally early development of the 
descending branches of the loop & a latu 
development ^z early disappearance of the 
septum. The structure of the adult 
plectolophous lophophore is described. 
GLICida M 



Carlisle5D.B. (l959) 59-6632 
J.Har.biol.Áss.U.K. , 38 2 35 1-9 
Moulting hormones in Palaemon ( =Leander^ 
(Crustacea decapoda) 

The mean interraoult period at any 
one temperature is shorter for Hoscoff 
populations of Palaemon ( =Leander ) 
_se_r_r_ atus than Plymouth ones. Eye stalk 
abla'j.ion leads to significant shortaiin^ 
of the intermoult period in pravms 
from Roscoff but to significant 
lengthening of this period in pravriis 
from Plyiiiouth. An endocrinological 
explanation of these exi:)eriments is 
proposed. 
OLKshr M 



Palph, Г.:.. (1959) 59-66341 

J.Mar.bio l. Ass.U.IC. , 33s 369-79 
Ilotes on t;'i& species of the 
pteromedusan genus Tetraplatia Busch ¡, 
1851 

Oollec'cions of Tetraplatia made by 
P.V. SARSIA from 1955 to 1957 are 
described Í-. discussed in relation to 
specimens taken by other research 
vessels - DISCOVERY 11^ CARiTJX-IE VII, 
RESEARCH Ь EXPLORER. The results 
confirm that I4_ volitans & Ijj_ chuni 
are separate spp. v/hich oan be easily 
separated both in the juvenile С 
adult stages. T. volitans is regarded 



59-6634 
(Card 2) 
as m.ore highly specialized than 

Ï . chuni . 



GLK " pmr 



M 



Porster^ G.R. (1959) 59-6633 

J.IIar.biol. AssJJ.K. , 38 2 361 -7 

The ecology of _!-clii_n_us esculent us L. 

Quantitative distribution and rate of 

feeding:; 



The numbers of 
''oQen counted in 



echinus esculentus have 



total area of over 
5 J 000 m2 ¿; the overage density is 863 
per acre. A fe\7 tests on the rate at 
which Echinus browse on algae ¿r, sessile 
animals have also been made. Where 
urchins are abundant they are capable 
of sweeping clear at least one third 
of the whole rock surface in the 
"bourse of a year. 
GLKshr M 



Carlisle, D.B. (l959) 59-6636 
J.Har.biol.Áss.U.K. , 38 381-94 
On the sexual biology of Pandalus 
borealis (Crustacea decapoda) 

The л organ- sinus gland complex of 
.P., borealis ill« a condition v/hich 
is relatively primitive in decapods^ 
the complex is described c: the 
histology '" topography 
of the various parts figured. The vas 
deferens gland (glande androgene) is 
described '" its special features 
noted. The correlation bety;een its 
condition cc the sexual state of this 
protandric hermaphrodite is stressed. 
GLK;:.dbc M 



FAO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8):4 



Hov/ie, Б. I.D. (1959) 59-6637 

J.Mar.biol.Ass.U.K. , З8 г 395-406 

The spavmin¿ of Arenicola marina (L. ) 

The relationships between 
environmental conditions <^- the onset 
of the breeding eeason are analysed in 
greater detail in England у Scotland 
c'i Ireland, c": the possibility of a 
spring breeding season re-examinedc 



GLKchr 



I¿ 



59-6639 
(Card 2) 
is suggested that the greater length 
of the migration in the larger 
immature cod is related to the 
continued high level of thyroid 
activity. 



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M 



V/oodhead^ A.D. (1959) 59-6638 
J.LIar.biol.Ass.U.IC. , 38 2 407-1 5 
Variations in the activity of the 
thyroid gland of the codj Gadus 
callarla: 



Barnes, H. (1959) 
J. Liar, hi ol. Ass. U.K. 



59-6641 



38:423-4 



Sea surface temperature: 
Millport 



at 



L. 5 in relation to its 



migrations in the Barents Sea - I. 
Seasonal changes 

A seasonal cycle of activity has been 
demonstrated in the thyroid gland of 
both adult t: immature cod. It has 
been suggested that thyroid activity 
may initiate & sustain the active 
migration of the cod. 



Daily records shov; the form of the 
annual temperature regime to be 
typical of boreal \mters; there 
are, however, considerable 
variations from year to year,; not 
only in the mean values but also 
in the temperature pattern Í; these 
variations are of ecological 
significance. 



GLIC^adw 



M 



GLi:-:hr 



И 



\7oodhead, A.D. (1959) 



59-663' 



J.Mar.biol.Ass.U.K. , 38? 417-22 
Variations in the activity of the 
thyroid gland of the cod, Gadus 
callarlas L. j in relation to its 
migrations in the Barents Sea - II. 



Spain. National FAO 59-6642 

Committee (l957) 
I/iadrid, 146 p. 

Inferno sobre la agricultura y la 
alimentación 1955-1956 (Report or 
food and agriculture 1955-1956) 



The 
fish 



"dummy of run" of the immature 



The average length of the immature 
cod caught betvreen Bear island с the 
Norwegian coast in March 1956 
increased from north to south ¿:. it 
appeared that the length of the 
southerly over\;intering migration 
increased as the fish became older. li 



Reports on number of licenses issued, 
sport fishing, pollution '": stocking 
of rivers with salmon, trout, carp, 
rainboY/- trout, pike L black bass^ 
total & specific production of 
marine fishes & whales production of 
processed products, number of 
fishermen <^. craft, legislation, 
assistance to fishermen <'" research. 
FiBelir MF 



FAO/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(8)s5 



Бигкт. D.M. (195Ô) 



59-6643 



Thesis., Univ. of CamЪriä.ge; U.K 



Behaviour , 
Crenohia alpina 



ecology у and taxonomy of 



Johnsons P.O. 
Thesis, Univ. 



(1958) 59-6644 

of CaiTihridfie^ U.K. 



The hehaviour of fish in electric 
fields 



MF 



Lockwood „ A. P.M. (1958) 



59-6645 



The sis c, Univ. of Camhridj'^e, U.K. 
The osmotic and ionic regulation of 
the isopods Mesidotea entomon (L. ) 
and Asellus aqua t i cus (ъ.) 



M 



Vickers, T. (1958) 



59-6646 



Thesis, Univ. of Camhriaçe^ U.K. 

A study of the cytology of secretion 

with special reference to the chloride 

secretory cells of fishes' gills and 

the golgi apparatus of epithelial 

cells 



MF 



Adams, P.D. (1958) ' 59-6647 
Thesis, Univ. of Camhridge, U.K. 
The theory Ç, design and application of 
a пе\7 type of long-period horizontal 
seismograph 



MG 



Smith, A. P. (1958) 59-6648 

Thesis, Univ. of G'amhridge^ U.K. 
An experimental study of the effect 
of rotation on the flow of a 
harocliiiic liquid 



MG 



Fi.O/59/10/7201 



2(8)36 



Vasco Costa, F. & 



59-6649 



J. Finza Perestrelo (1959) 

Dock НагЪ» Author. » (4бО)г 
Modification of the sea hed v/ith a view 
to concentration and dispersal of sea 
v/ave s 



M 



Anonymous (1959) 59-665O 

Hansa , 96 s 1075-6 

Veränderungen der Heeresv/ellen durch 

Massnalimen am Meeresboden (Changes 

of the sea waves Ъу measures on the sea 

floor) 

A critical reviev/ of 59-6649» 



FAOc 



M 



Van Oosten^ J. (l957) 



59-6651 



Ann АгЪог^ Ilich. ^ 



86 p. 



Grer.t Lakes fauna, flora and their 
environment - A hihliography 

17R (92)^5. 



Yale., D.E. (1957?) 59-6652 

Duhuque, lov/a;, ",7m. С Brovm Co., 197 P 
Hoy/ to know the seav/eeds 

^Ш (92)^7. Manual for amateur or 
beginning student of marine algae. It 
covers Atlantic ¡> Gulf ¡, & Pacific 
coasts of U.S. Omitted are very small, 
rare, or local algae. 



:vn? 



M 



59-6653 



Allen, D.L. (195Ö) 
Fisherman , 9(6).г17с, 84-7 
Pesticides - A major problem for 
anglers and hunters 

WR (92)il6. 



MF 



Cope J 0.Б, 



59-6654 



P.F. Springer (1958) 
Eull.ent.Soc.Ajner. , 4(2)c52-6 
Mass control of insects- the effects 
on fish and wildlife 

ÏÏR (92):; 16. 



f;.o/59/io/72oi 



2(8)^7 



George;, J.L. (1957) 



59-6655 



Nev/ York; Con serv. Fou nd. , {p2-P-3pX ^ 57 P« 
The pesticide problem - A brief review 
of present knowled^^e and suggestions 
for action 

WR (92)s1T. Effects of ББТ, other 
insecticides, herbicides у Sz fungicides 
on Avildlife are reviev/ed. Their broader 
effects on public healthy soils ^ ¿: 
food chains are considered. 



swr 



P 



Webbej G. (1957) 59-6656 

Ann. trop. Med. Parasit. , 51(з)^2б4-70 
The action on fish of several 
chlorinated hydrocarbons when used as 
larvicides 

YIR (92)cl8. 



MF 



Anonymous (1957) 59-6657 

World Hlt h Org. Bull. , 16(6):1219--41 
Select bibliography on the toxicity 
of pesticides to man and animals 1953- 



1955 

v;r (92)^18. 



MF 



Armstrong^ V;.r, (I958) 59-6658 ■ 
■Ji 1 dl . Bui 1 . ./ir i z . Fi's h С: Gam e Dep . ., (4)' 

36 p. 
The economic value of hunting and 
fishing in Arizona in 1956 

\m (92)s23. 



F 



Buckley^ J.L. (1957) 59-6659 
Biol. Pap. U. Alaska , (l)e33 p. 
"/ildlife in the economy of Alaska 

V/E (92):23. A detailed economic 
appraisal for 1957« Commercial, 
recreational, scientific, & esthetic 
values are. considered ô: methods are 
explained. 



;wr 



F 



Hay^ K. (I95Ö) 59-6660 

Colo. Out d. , 7(4)^1-4 
VJi 1 dl i f G b О na n za 

WPl (92)324. Economic value of 
v/ildlife in Colorado in 1957» 



;то? 



F 



FAO/59/lO/7201 



2(8) :8 



Nev/ Jersey. Division of 59-6661 

Fish and Game (I958) 
68 p. 

Annual report of Division of Pish and 
Game for the fiscal year commencing 
July 1j 1956 and ending June 30, 1957 

Y;R (92);26. 



MF 



Eipperj A/::, г: 59-6664 

Б. в. Brumsted (l95ö) 
Cornell Ext «Bull., (l014):;32 p. 



iiow to 
ponds 



control weeds and aleae in farm 



ÏÏR (92): 28. Discusses proper pond 
construction^ f ertilisationj c: 
mechanical control. More attention 
is given to control v/ith chemicals. 
Formulas <?•. formulation tables arc 
provided. 



¿\4T 



F 



I'Tova Scotia. Department of 59-6662 

Lands and Forests (l958) 
PlalifaXj, Queen's Printer ., 103 p. 
Report of the Department of Lands and 
Forests^ fiscal year ending March 31 ? 
1957 

"7IÎ (92) с 26. Incl. a report on 
investigation of charges that douhle- 
crested cormorants Yiere doing dam.age 
Ъу eating young salmon .-^ raiding fish 
traps. 



Graham, C.J. (1957) 

Proc. Calif .\."eed Conf. 

New developments in submersed 

aquatic Y\reed control 

"m (92) с 28. 



59-6665 
9=67-72 



zwr 



p 



MF 



Cook, A.H, ¿: 



59-6663 



CF. Pov/ers (1958) 
IT. Y. Fish Game J. , 5(l):9-65 
Early biochemical changes in the soil: 
and waters of artificially created 
marshes in ITew Yorl:. 

\"Ш (92)c27. 



Hopkins, Ü.L. (1957) 
Pro с . Cal i f о \7e ed Conf . 
Cattail and tule control 

im (92). 28. 



9 = 29- 



59-6666 
-33 



p 



p 



^..0/59/10/7201 



2(8)c9 



P'ridriksGon, A. (1959) 59-6667 

J. Cons. int.ExplorJ'Jer, 24c211-4 
Ige Ved el Täning 1890-1958 

An oЪituary « short Ъ1Ъ1±02гарпу. 



GLKcsjh 



M 



Sma.ydaj T.J. (1959) 59-666; 

J . Con s . int . Expl or . Her , 24:215-20 
The seasonal incoming radiation in 
lîorv/egian and Arctic waters^ and 
indirect methods of measurement 

Comjjarison of estimates by three 
different formulae;; relation of 
results to pliytoplankton production 
cycle, (issued as:. Cent r .Woods Hole 
oceanogr. Instn^ 



(964)T 



GLKcsjh 



M 



-ri SS, A.E. 



(1959) 59-6669 

J. Cons.int.Explor.Mer s 24s 221-30 
The role of microorganisms in the 
primary production of the Black Sea 



Field studies of autotrophic hacteria 
in Caspian;, F,7 Pacific^ Arctic ocean 

Black Sea y which с, at least in the 
latter area contriЪute more to total 
primary production than do plants. 
Depth distribution;; substrate- 
filamentous sulphur bacteria. 



GLK. sjh 



M 



F..O/59/IO/72OI 



Yentsch, Co. c. 59-6670 

J.H. .Ryther (1959) 
J . Cons . int . ExplcrJIer , 24c231-o 
Relative significance of the net 
phytoplankton and nanoplankton in the 
v/aters of Vineyard Sound 

Chlorophyll content, photosynthesis;, 
<-"• cell numbers have been compared in 
the net- "■ nanoplanliton. The net 
portion comprised a small percentage 
of the total population ¿z exhibited 
marked seasonal trends v/liile the 
nanoplaiikton did not. 



GLKiCsy 



M 



Holt, S.J. & al. (1959) 59-6671 
J. CoiiLi.int.Explor.Iler , 24c 239-42 
A standi.ard terminology and notation 
for fishery dynamics 

Report;, with recommendations of a 
committee established by the Joint 
Scientific Meeting of ICES/ICIíAF/PAO, 
Lisbon 1957' Table of symbols ¿z of 
definitions -''' terms in English, 
Japanese -" German. 



GLICcsjh 



MG 



Rass, T.3. (1959) 59-6672 

J.Cons.int . Explor.Ner , 242243-54 
Biogeographical fishery complexes of 
the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and 
their comparison 

Com.parative study of quantities ■'•■. 
taxonomic composition, of catches ^ Г 
explanation of differences in terms 
of climatic history. Suggestions for 
enriching the poorer Atlantic fauna. 



GLKssjh 



M 



2(8):10 






Strasburg, D.T/. (1959) 59-6673 
J « Cons « int . Hxpl or . Mer ^ 24^:255-63 
An instance of natural mass mortality 
of larval frigate mackerel in the 
HaA7aiian islands 

Study of 3000 specimens of Auxis sp. 
from planlcton samples, their 
appearance^ size composition ^■ 
examination of various hypotheses as tc 
cause of death. 



GLK:sjh 



M 



Cushingj D.H. (1959) 59-6676 

J . Cons . int . Expl or .Mer , 24^283-307 
On the effect of fishing on the 
herring of the southern North Sea 



Analysis of mortality., growth Z-, 
maturity of Clupea harengus ; 
interpretation of yield variahilityj 
general assessm.ent of this resource. 



GLK:;S3h 



M 



V:oods R.J. (1959) 59-6674 

J« Cons, int .Expl or .Mer i, 24^264-76 
Investigations on 0-group herring 

Study J from 1953-55 oí" young Clupea 
harengus from English east coasts; 
distinction of groups Ъу vertebral 
number, length & distribution. 
Appendix gives key for identification 
of summer spavmed herring. 



Menzel, D.ÏÏ. (1959) 



59-6677 



J. Cons , int. Expl o r. Mer , 24^3 08~ 1 3 
Utilization of algae for growth by 



the angel fish, 



Holacanthus bermudensis 



Experiments with this Bermuda reef 
fish. The predominantly herbivorous 
angelfish v/as fed on algae alone at 
2 temperatures. Some v/eight was gained 
at 28° С but v/eight loss occurred at 
19°. Gain at 28° С was attributed to 
the deposition of lipids. No protein 
was deposited. It is doubtful whether 
angelfish can grow on plant matter 
alone unless rate of intake in nature 



GLiC:sjh 



M 



Cu.shing, D.ÎI. c": 59-6675 

A. 0. Burd .(1959) 
J . Cons . int . Expl or .Mer , 24^277-82 
The interpretation of the East Anglian 
herring data, 1924-1955 

Reply to 584949« Criticisms of 
previous paper, under headings g 
enviroranent ;; advance in maturity.^ 
mortality rates', Hodgson's hypothesis 
on the effect of the industrial 
fishery On East AnA'lian recruitment. 



GLK:SJh 



59-6677 
(Card 2) 
far exceeds the observed maximum 
feeding rates in captivity. 



GLKiSJh 



/r- 



59/10/7201 



2(8)ni 



Frosty W.E. à 59-6679 

С. Kipling (1959) 
J. Cons. int« Expl or. Мег , 24s314-41 
?he determination of the age and 
growth of pike ( Egox lucius L. ) from 
scales and opercular hones. De 

Comparative tests of methods à 
estahlishment of their validity Ъу 
tagging. Detailed study of methods 
of hack calculation. 



GLKssjh 



P 



Cole^ H.A. & 59-6682 

C-.D, Waugh (1959) 
J . Cons . int . Bxplor .Mer y 24^355-65 
The jjrohlem of stunted grov/th in 
oysters 

Study of Qstrea e dul i s j)opulations 
on British coasts« examination of 
relation of lov/ temperature ^ food 
shortage., homhardment with current- 
horne mineral particles, infestation 
with Poly dora y shell disease ;, '?. 
cultivation practices to stunting. 



GLKssjh 



M 



Thomas y H.J. (1959) 59-6680 

J. Cons. int. Explor. Mer , 24 s 342-8 
Creel selectivity in the capture of 
lobsters and crabs 

Experiments with "open" cc "shuttered" 
traps with various eye openings;; their 
efficiency in capturing Cancer ê: 
Нота rus in Scottish waters. 
Significance with regard to fishing 
efficiencji" c.; interpretation of catch 
sam.ples. 



Gibson^ P.A. (1959) 
J. Cons . int. Explor.Mer 



59-6683 



24s366-71 



Notes on the escallop ( Pect en 
maxiraus L. ) in three closely 
associated bays in the west of 
Ireland 

Growthj gonad developments ^ size 
distributions compared.. Proposed 
improvement of fishery by imposing 
size limits cb fixing minimum spacing 
of dredge teeth^ rather than by close 
season. 



GLKisjh 



M 



GLK:'sjh 



M 



Gibsonj F.A. (1959) 59-6681 

J. Cons, int. ExplorJvIer , 242 349-54 
Some observations on the occurrence of 
Leander serratus Pennant ^ in Irish 
waters 

Experimental à exploratory fishing 
with creel s 5 catch per unit effort; 
relation of catches to abundance of 
shore crabs J à effect of this on bait 
efficiency;; relation to Zostera 
distribution; size c; maturity of 
individuals in catches. 



ITielsen, E.S. (1959) 



59-6084 



J. Cons. int. Explor.Me r ^ 24 372-3 

A central agency for '4c déterminât ior 

(measurements of primary production in 

the sea) at Charlottenlund Slotj 

Denmark 

Announcem.ent of conditions under 
\?hich ampoules c: kits v/ill be 
supplied ¿: counts made. 



GLKssjh 



M 



GLK, sjh 



PAO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8)c12 



Holt, S.J. (1959) 59-6685 

J . Cons . int . Expl œ . Мег , 24^374-6 
Water temperature and cod grov/th-rate 

Critical comment on 584947« Presents 
comparative data for Rastrelliger c. 
other scomЪroids. 



GLICLSjh 



(1959) 



Haneç, 

Proc.nat .Acad. Sei. 



U.S. ., 



39-6688 

45cu86-93 

Changes in plasma 1 7-h7droxy corti- 
costeroids accompanying sexual 
maturation and spavming of the 
Pacific salmon ( Oncorhynchus 
t s chaY-ryt s cha ) and rainhow trout 
( Salmeo çgairdnerii ) 

Experimental study of fish taken 
off west coast of U. S. 



PAOcsjh 



MF 



Phillipsj J.G. & 

I.C.Jones (1957) 
J. Endocrinol. s 1 6 
/T i 1 1 e unkno v/n7 



59-6( 



Study of adrenal corticosteroids in 
гаус, dogfish, cod¡, lungfish. 



ssjh 



59-6687 



Idler, R. &■ 

Schmidt (1959) 
J. Amer. ehem. Soc. ; March 5 
_^Title uYÚznoYm/ 



Report on the isolation of cortisone 
ê- Cortisol from the hlood plasma of 
Pacific salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka. 



csjh 



MP 



Pilice, F.P. (195Ö) 59-6689 
V/asman n J.Eiol. ^ 16(2) c1 59-211 
Invertebrates from the estuarine 
portion of San Francisco Ъау and 
som.e factors influencing their 
distributions 

Incl. the results of a survey of 
the invertebrate fauna living in the 
substrate of the estuarine portion 
of San Francisco bay, during vmich 
natural variables - hydrogen ion 
content, oxygen content, cc salinity 
of the Y/ater were observed. 
Artificial variable of pollution 



59-6689 
(Card 2) 
v/as a; 30 observed, 6 the results 
compared with those of previous 
surveys. 



'iB s lir 



MP 



PV.O/5>/lO/7201 



(6)^13 



Mc^Jihinniey M. A. à 

Б. T. Scheel- (195S) 
Science, 128s90 



59-6691 



КеНуу P. Б. J R. Reiser 



59-6694 



Blood glucose of the сгаЪ Hemii'^rapsus 
nudus 

CPA 11(11)211. Study of carbohydrate 
metabolism in crustaceans to learn 
vdiether glucose is actually present in 



normal blood 



if so, at what levels 



of concentrationé Crabs v/ere collected 
near Charleston;, Oregon y & brought to 
the laboratory in Eugene y v/here they 
were maintained for 5 "to Ю days after 
capture in sea-v>/ater aquaria until blooc. 
was dravm. The stage of the animals in 



¿г D.V/. Hood (1958) 
J. Amer, Oil Chem.Soc , 35^503-5 
The effect of diet on the fatty acid 
composition of several species of 
fresh water fish 

CFA 12(1)^3. Fish were fed a series 

of synthetic diets. They \7ere 
Ameiurus natal i s natalis ^ Lepomis 
macrochirus macro chirus, Ambloplites 



rupestris ariommus c, Ictiobus bubal us 



c: Salmo ^■airdnerii 



iriüeus. 



ssjh 



F 



59-6691 
(Card 2) 
the intermolt cycle was determined by 
the method of Drach (1939)? as 



modified for this 
Scheer (1952). 



sp. by Kincaid t. 



FAO ". cf a 



M 



Hirstj E.L. (1958) 



59-6693 



Pro c. ch em. So с g Lond. <, Julys177-o7 
Polysaccharides of the marine algae 

CFA 12(1 )c9. Chemical analysis of La 
Laminaria , Fu cu s ; Irideae с, Gclidium ^ 
Dil sea ô: Chondrus. 



sjh 



M 



Murray, J.J. (1953) 59-6695 
Maine Cst Fisherm. , 13^12 
ITey/ Y/inch-head contributes to 
greater trawler safety 

CPA 12(1 )ü13. To eliminate manual 
handling of wire cables in 2 of the 
most hazardous operations connected 
with this fishery^ the U.S. Fish ¿: 
V'ildlife Service installed a new type 
winch-head on the F.7S DELAWARE. 
Testing of the device was carried out 
during a recent trip. 



cfa 



Anonymous (1958) 59-6696 

IIutr.Rev. ; l6c22-3 

Biological value of algae protein 

CFA 12(1)323. Cultured algae can 
serve as an efficient source of 
protein that has high biological 
value. 



с cfa 



FAO/ 5^/10/7201 



2(8)=14 



MacLeod, R,A. & 59-6697 

E. Onofrey (1957) 
J. cell. comp. Physiol. , 5OS389-4OI 
nutrition and metabolism marine 
bacteria - III. The relation of sodium 
and potassiглn to grov/th 

CFA 12(3)519. 



Anonymous. (I958) 59-6698 

West. Fish. , 57г28-34 
Attraction of fish by lights only 
effective v/ith certain species 

CFA 12(3) c3. Tests conducted near the 
Scottish coast shovi that artificial 
light primarily attracts whiting;^ 
young herringy & sprats. Even v/ith the 
brightest lights (ljl0".')? no major 
aggregations of adult herring т/еге 
ohtained. Codj saithe^ hake^ (": ling all 
were observed during the experiment. 



cfa 



M 



Thurston^ CE. (1958) 59-6700 
Food Res. , 23:619-25 
Variations in composition of 
Southeastern Alaska pink salmon 

CFA 12(4) :;11. Male Л female 
Oncorh.ynchus gorhuscha v/ere taken 
at the heginningy middle p ("• close 
of the commercial fishing season 
near Ketchikan J Alaska , during the 
summer of 1956. The samples 
represented variations in size c; in 
maturi'^y. 



с cfa 



MF 



Iverson, J.L. (1958) 59-6701 
Comm. Fish. Rev. , 20с2б-7 
Technical note no. 47 - Steelhead 
trout description and proximate 
composition 

CFA 12(4)^11. Salmo gairdnerii varies 
in size '" colour from one habitat to 
another. Reports the proximate 
analyses of I5 steelhead trout caught 
in salt \vater near Ketchikan ^ Alaska. 



cfa 



MP 



Von Eitzen^ J. (1957) 59-6699 

Fischereiwelt , 9-6l 

The midv/ater trav/1 with four otter 

hoards 

CFA 12(3) c7. To keep the net vertically 
ореп; the use of a kite is suggested as 
in the bottom trawl. Suggestions are 
made for constructing the net. 



cfa 



Wood, J.D. (195Ö) 



59-6702 



Canad. J. Bio ch em. Physiol . , 36s 1237-42 
îiitrogon excretion in some marine 
teleosts 

CFA 12(4) с 13. Experiments v/ere 
carried out to determine the 
composition of the excreta from 
different spp. of marine teleosts 
with reference to trimethylamine 
oxide. The spp. were Leptocottus 
armatuS ; Platichthys stellatus c-; 
Taeniotoca lateralis ^ all of v/hich 
Mere caught in the straits of Georgia, 
British Columbia 5 kept in aquaria, (^■• 
fed on pieces of lingcod muscle. 
s cfa M 



■5'у/10/7201 



2(8)з15 



I — 



Houserp A. ¿: 59-6703 ! Schultz, L.P. (195S) 

V:.R. Heard (1958) 
ProcOkla.Acad. Soi. , 38:137-46 
A one-year creel census on Fort 01Ъ50П 
reservoir 

l^.esults of Й one- -year creel census 
C'A a reservoir. 



59-6706 






FiB^wcb 



■P 



Dreosti, G.M. 



C" 



59-6704 



V." . V/e s emann ( 1 9 5 8 ) 
Pro gr . Rep . ?i sh . Ind . Re s . Ins t . , (40):1-3 
Clearing of sea water Ъу 
flocculation 



M 



Pennak, R.W. (1958) 59-6705 

Trans. Amer. micr.Soc. , 77(3) :298-303 
A new micro-isopod from a Mexican 
marine beach 



Proc.U. o.nat.l'Ius-. ,-..108 

Three new serranid fishes 5 genus 

Pikea .J from the western Atlantic 



M 



Barchy S.H. c": 59-6707 

J.R. Shaver (1958) 
Acta Emhr. Morph, exp. .^ 1:211-8 
The effects of various agents on the 
fertilizing capacity of Rana pipiens 
sperm 



Klawe, V.^L. (1958) 59-6708 

Data Rep. Inter-Amer. trop. Tuna Comm. ^ 

1-17 
Data collected on tuna spav/ning 
survey cruise J July 1-20j 1957 



^•■iO/59/lO/7201 



2(8)cl6 



Clay, ÏÏ.M. a. 



В. T. Carter (1957) 
Trans. Ky Acad. Sei, , l8(l)-12-3 
Лп albino Ъгоок lamprey ¡, Lampetra 
aepyptera ( АЪЪ о 1 1 ) j in К ent u cky 



59-6709 



F 



Bailey, J.E. (1958) 59-6710 

liontana., (mimeo) , I5 p« 
Comparing survival , ¿Towth and 
condition of v/ild trout and hatchery 
rainhov/ trout reared on tv/o different 
diets 



F 



Guhl, A.ÏÏ. (195Ô) " 59-6711 

I.'anuscript ; 24 p. 

A ¿'los Gary 01 terms used in animal 

behaviour 



MF 



Dussarto Б. (1957) 



59-6712 



РиЪ1. Inst.Biol. api. Barcelona, 26-11 7-2' 
Récoltes de copápodes (Crustacés) dans 
les Tyrenées (Collections of 
copepoQs, crustaceans j from the 

Pyrenees) 



Т? 



(1958) 

l'îontana с, Вер . Fi sh 



Alvord J \ 



Game 



59-6713 
Job Compl. 



^ep. Invest. Fro .jects, (mimoo) .; 6 p. 
Trout populations in the marginal 
habitat stream.s of northeastern 
Montana 



F 



Anonymous (i 958) 
Montana Вер . Fi sh 



Game , 



59-6714 
Job ComDl. 



Rep. Invest. Projects , (mimeo^, 10 p. 
Comparisons of fish populations of 
six Clearwater lakes 



F 



:v.û/59/io/720i 



2(8).17 



59-6715 



Pr о gramme Final 



Houston;, АЛ1, (1958) 
Univ« British Coliimoia, 

Examination, РЬ.Б. ^ 4 P« 
Locomotor periorma,nce and 
osmcre^oilation in juvenile anadromous j 
salmonids following aЪrupt | 

environmental salinity ■ change | 



MP 



НиЪ D s J С . L , ¿ 



59' 



•6716 

:.F. Lagler (1958) 
Bull . Ora пЪ г о ok In s t . S ci . , (2б): 1-213 
Pishes of the Great Lakes region 

Gives descriptive keys r'. ill. of the 
234 spp. " suh-spp, in the lakes Pz 
their tributaries. Introductory pages 
give pertinent acc-ounts of zoo- 
geography; glaciation^ anatomy^ r". 
methods of study. Comments ahout 
distribution 



sclh 



P 



Regier., H.A. (1959) 



59-6717 



I\íew Yorkg Joû C ompletion Rep. Invest. 
Project, Job no« 3» Project no. F-17 - 

R~3:1-11 
Management of the bass-bluegill 
combination in farm ponds 



Regierj H.A. (1959) 



59-6718 



Hew York, Job Completion Eep. Invest. ¡ 
Project., Job no. 49 Project no. F-17 - 

P-3^1-12 
Evaluation of farm ponds containing 
alternative warm v/ater species 



Regier, 



H.A. (1959.) 



59-6719 



Hew York, Job Completion Rep. Invest. 



I'oject, Job no 



5, 



Project no. 



-17- 



R-3° 1-11 
Evaluation of channel catfish and 
yellow perch as single warm-water 
S'liecies in farm loonds 



P 



Regier 5 
Hew York 



H.A. (1959) 

ob Completion 



О [ !.:-^ 



59 

lep. Invest 



Project, Job no. 6; Project no. P"17° 

R-3 : 11 p. 
Evaluation of an electrical herding 
device for farm pond inventory 



P 



rAü/59/10/7201 



2(8)218 



Everhart, U.H. (195S) 59-6721 
Maine, pep. Inland Fish Game , 94 P» 
Fishes of Maine 



Schiffman, R.H. (1959) 59-6722 
Sewage industr. Wastes , 31 (2 ) :.205-1 1 
Chromium-induced changes in the 'Ыооа 
of rainbov; trout, Salmo ^:airdnerii 



F 



Thomsonc A. (1959) 



59-6723 



Canada. Iiep. Transport , met. Branch , 

CIH- 3156, I CE--2_,_ Jm juneo]^ ;; 1 ~9 2 
Break-up and freeze-up dates of river $ 
and lakes in Canada 



Sprague, J.B. (1959) 59-6724 
The si s g Univ. of Toron t o.. Canada ^ 

125 p. ■ 
Resistance to high temperature and 

low oiQ^'-Qen in four freshv/ater 

crustaceans^ and its ecological 

significance 



von Haartman, L. (1959) 



59- 



■6725 



Sessional Examinations, Z ool.Univ.B. С 

Canada , (202 }s2 p. 
Comparative anatomy of vertebrates 



MP 



Jarnefelt, H. (195Ô) 59-б72б 
Ann, (hot^zool . ) ^-:' о с . cool . "hot . f e^i^ 



Vanamo , 19(5) 31-52 
Zur Limnologie einiger Gewässer 
Pinnlands - aVIII. (On the 
limnology of some Finnish v;aters 
XVIII 



)/59/l0/7201 



2(8)c19 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6727 

U.S. Fish V/ildl« Serv, Bureau of 

Commercial Fisheries , 4 P» 
Lake Superior biological research 
program 



P 



Juddj "i. 



59-6728 



. (1958) 
Cañad. Fid Nat. , 72 (З); 119-21 
Studies of the Byron Bog in southv/estern 
Ontario - II. The succession and 
duration of hlooming of plants 



Berry, F.H. (1958) 
Quart. J. Fla Acad. Sei. 



59' 
20(4):1 p. 



■672< 



Addition: 



the 



CO tiie 11 зле s knoY/n from 
Florida 



the 



vicinity of Cedar Key^ 



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Raney, E.G. (1957) 59-6730 
J.'Tash. Acad. Sei. , 47(3). 69-77 
Ichthyology. A key to the species and 
subspecies of the cyprinodont genus 
Fund ul us in the United States and 
Canada east of the continental divide 



P 



59-6731 



Iv/ata, F, (1957) 

J. Fac. Sei « Hold.<:aido Univ. ^ 

13(1-4) •■54-3 
On the early development of the 
nemertine, Lineus torauatus Сое 



Ser. 6., Zo ol 



M 



Hiclnnan, C.P.J Jr. (1958) 59-6732 
Univ. E.Columhia^ Programm e _Final Огд1 



üxam.ination. 



'ÄlRl.^ 



4 P' 



The osmoregulatory metabolism of the 
starry flounder;, Platichtys stellatus 



M 



Pi.O/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(8)^20 



Basrur, P. К. (1958) 59-6733 

Univ. Toronto^ Canada^ Ph.« Б. Final Oral 

Examination Рго^гагпто , 3 P« 
The salivary gland Chromosomes of seven 
segregates of Prosimulium (Dipterac 
Simuliidae) with transformed centromere 



Bourne, N.F. (1959) 59-d734 

Thesis Univ« of Toronto, Canada , 103 p« 
The determination of carhon transfer 
from Chlorella vulgaris Beyer inck to 
Baphnia ma gna Straus., using radioactive 
carhon (C-¡4) as a tracer 



F 



Cole^ G.A. (1957) 



59-6735 



Trans. Ky Acad. Sei. , 1 8(2-3) s29-39 
Some epigean isopods and amphipods 
from Kentucky 



F 



Centro de Cooperación 59-6.736 
Cientifica de la UIIESCO para 

America Latina (1958) 
Bol> Cent. Coop. cient.Unesco ^ (18) 112 r 

Contains a sur^m.ary of the activities 
of the Department of E::act and ïïatural 
Sciences of the same organisation;, 
activities of the Centre of Scientific 
Cooperation of Unesco for Latin 
Ar.ierica &:. other centres ¡; scientific 
c"', technical activities of other 
intern:.tional organizations., general 
news 5 publications 5 С list of 
s ci ont if i с meet ings . 
GLkcíir G 



Centro de Cooperación 59-6737 
Cientifica de la UlTLoCO para 

^-^Tiierica Latina (1958) 
Bol. Cent. Coop. rdoi'it.UnescO v (19)-I31p 

Contains a summary of the past & 
future activities of Unesco in the 
field of marine sciences; activities 
of the Department of Exact & ITatural 
Sciences of the some organization» 
activities of the Centre of Scientific 
Cooperation of Unesco for Latin 
America /'- other centre s 5 scientific 
": technical activities of other 
international organizations;, general 
nevTS;^ publications ^ ": list of 



59-6737 
(Card 2) 



scientific mioetings, 



GLK I hr 



PAO/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(8):21 



Anonymous {l95ö 



Fol lia manha 



) 59-6739 

27 mai 

Estatí eticas indi cam deoréscim.o da 
produçao de peixes no rio PiracicaЪa 
(statistics indicate decrease of fish 
production in the PiracicaЪa river) 



Smith, J.L.B. 



(I95Ö) 

Ser. 



Ann . Ma g . na t ♦ Hie t » ^ 

ïho fishes of А1иаЪга - X. 



59-6742 
1:57-63 



A note on decrease of fish production 
caused by droughty dieforestation of the 
margins of the river c'': pollution. 



Ave 



F 



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Council for Scientific 59-6740 

à Industrial Research (1959) 
Res. Rev. Coun. sci.ind.Res. ;, 9(l)^44 P« 

Conta,ins notes on research projects in 
S. Africa J concerning shark control 
bj electrical harriers j & v/ater 
pollution. 



FAO.:sjh 



MF 



Smith, J.L.B. 



(195Ô) 59-6743 
Ser. 13 p 1:247 
The genus Limnichthys r.'8,ite¡, I904 
in African seas 



Ann . Ma_£ . na t. . His t . 



M 



Smithj J.L.B. (195Ö) 



59-6741 



Ann . Mag . na t . Hi s t . ^ ^ 
Tetrao d ont fishes 



^ Ser. 13;, 9:156-60 
from South and East 



Smithy J.L.B, (195Ö) 59-6744 
S.Afr. J.Sci. , Bec.:319-26 
Rare fishes from South Africa 



M 



АО/ 59/1 0/7 2 01 



2( 



8)^22 



DaxbyshiTQ, J. F. (195Ö) 



59-6745 



iPFc (195 S) 



59 



-674^ 



Thesis^ Univ. Ol Fihodes^ Qrahamstown 
A study of the bioloQr of the Jameson 
reservoir near Grahamstown^ Gape 
Province 



Occ.Pap . Indo-Pac if . Fish, Coun. ^ ( 5 S/ 1 ) 

7 p. 
Indo Pacific Fisheries Council 
Expanded Technical Assistance 
Pro^jramme Par East regional training 
centers 

A sumïïiary of PAO training' centers 
previously held f:- proposed for 
future - place ;, durât ion^ 
participa,tion<, purpose« (issued as с 
Contr.PйЪl. IPFC/C 5о/'^-,Г.7 ) 



FiBLSJh 



MP 



U.IT. Economic ¿z ' 59-б74б 

Social Council (1953) 
ESC 25th Sess. , Е/3070у 37 p. 
Econom.ic development of -under-developed 
countries - A preliminary inquiry on 
existing hydrologie services 

Report on questionnaire sent to \ЪЮ 
тетЪег countries as a result of an 
E30S0C resolution^ summarizing the 
organization of services ¿z current 
prohlems in respect of hydrologie 
activities. Appendix lists for each 
country - in alphabetic order - the 
names of hodies responsihle for 
coordination of hydrologie activities;, 



ТиЪЪ, J, A. (1959) 59-6749 

Qcc. Pap. Indo-Pacif. Fish. Coun. ,, .(59/4) 

б p. 
A list of lake planlcton - Burma 

Lists plankton v/ith approximate 
frequencies. Incl. an extract giving 
results of water analyses from lakes 
Inle c:. Indawgyi. 



РАО -J ef a 



59-6746 
(Card 2) 
their functions 5 relations with 
meteorological agencies f": location 
of stored data of various kinds ^ incl. 
stream flow¡, water levels., run-off ¡^ 
rainfall c, evaporation. 



FiBssjh 



P 



Grahda, J. (195S?) 59-6750 
'."."iadomosci Parazyt. c, (5)з257-о 
Badania nad rozwojem Lerna ea esocina 
(Burm. ., IS35) i Lernaea cyprinacea L. ., 
I75G (Research on the development 
of Lernaea e socina (Bujneister ¡, 1^35) 
and Lernaea cy-prin acea L. , 1758)« 
En Ru 

Laboratory culture of larvae 
obtained from, eggs of both spp. was 
maintained;, specimens of Rhodeus 
ama rus Bloch^^ Al bur nu s alburnus L. .^ 
Gasterosteus a cul ea tu s L. с, Carassius 
carascius L. were artificially 
infected with these larvae. Time &. 



FaO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8):23 



59-6750 
(Card 2) 
site of invcision v/ac determined c: a 
fuller account of the morphology of 
the larvae prepared. 



GLKiirlk 



Western Australia. 5*^ 

Fisheries Department (1959) 

Mon« Serv, Bull. Fish. Dep.'V. Aust« , 
59-72 



^-6752 
S(5)^ 



Notes on staff ¿z their activities* 
issuance of fishing licensesc, 
regulations c: legal actions'- seasons 
c" results of crayf ishery,, information 
from ahroad. 



GLKssjh 



Gait soff, P.S. (1957) 59-6754 

Pap. presented t_o_ 10th Annu.oess . ^ 

Gulf -'' СагхЪЬо э .п Fish. Inst. ^ Iliami ¡, 

11-15711/57 " 
Progress in fisheries hiology in the 
Gulf ano. Caribbean Агеа<, 1948-1957 



Stern, J. A. (1957) 59-6755 

Pap. presented to 10th Annu.Sess., 



Gulf c": Cari bbean Fish. Inst. 
11-15/11/57 ■ 



Miami 



The nev/ shrimp fisher;; 
of V/ashinö:ton 



of the state 



M 



California University, 
Scripps Institution of 
Oceanography (l959) 
M em r . Scripps Instn Oceanogr. 



59-6753 



10 April, 



Sut thus J R.D. 
Pap . pr e s ent e d 



(1957) 59-6756 
to 10th Annu.Sess,, 



Gulf 



Caribbean Fish. Inst. ^ Miam _i 



11-15, 



17 p. 
Memorandtom 



TÏ75T 



Analysis of the scales and otoliths 
of the Atlantic croaker 



An ill. account of current research 
programmes of the Institution^ cruii 
schedules f- objectives. 



FiB^sjh 



M 



M 



PA0/5:^/l0/7201 



2(8):24 



Clark^ J.R. (1957) 



59-6757 



Pap. presented to 10th Annu.Sess.y 
G^j.lf с Caribbean Fish. Inst.; Iliami 

11-15/11/57 
Mesh regulations in the haddock 
fishery of îTorth America 



Pantomj E.O. (1957) 



59-6758 



Pap. presented to 10th Annu.Sess.;, 
Gulf & Caribbean Fish. Inst., Miami ;, 

11-15/11/57 

"Soup for the Lord Major's Banquet" 
the turtle fishery of the Cayman 
islands 



Barnes^ H, (l959) 59-6759 

London; Allen & Unvfin ^ 341 p. 
Apparatus and methods of oceanography 
Part I. Chemical 



U.K. Hydrographie 59-67 60 

Department (l959) 
London, Admiralty 

The Admiralty semi-graphic method of 
harmonic tidal analysis (over a perioc 
of one month) 



M. 



Pêcheurs Unis 59-6761 

de Québec (i 959) 
Montréal ; 62 p. 

Les coopératives de pêcheurs du 
Québec (The fisheries cooperatives 
of Quebec) 

A report on the fisheries c: the 
cooperative organizations of Quebec. 



FiB с hr 



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Kray, A. (1959) ■ 59-6762 

Game Bull. ^/ash. State , 11 (2) с 6-7 
The lake Chelan spawning 
improvement project 

Describes effects of stream 
improvement v/ork on spai^ning grounds, 



WAD 2 web 



F 



FAO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(0)c25 



Thorpes W.H, (1959) 

Ilev/ Scient, , 52858-60 

The study of animal hehaviour 

Essay review of 59-4918, 



59-6763 



FAO: 



IÍF 



Goodhart^ C,B, (1959) 
lTe\7 Scient. , 5s86l-2 
Fundamental ecology 

Reviev/ of 59-6483. 



59-6764 



PAO 5 



MP 



Ryzl-ikov^ lu.G. (Transi.) (1958)59-6766 
C.Pi.Acad.oci.U.R.S.o. , 113^87-90 
Measurement of electric current in 
the ocean 

En transi, of 581280. Available from 
Office of Technical Service, 
Department of Commerce j, V/ashington 25 
"П n 



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Kes, A. So (Transi.) (1958) 59-6765 
Priroda, Moskva , 47(1)^95-9 
Fluctuations of the Aral sea level 

En tran-sl. of 580677» Available from 
Office of Technical Service^ 
Department of Commerce;, Washington 25 
D. C. 



FAO/59/10/72OI 



Zenhovich. V.P. (l95S) 



59-6767 



Trud . Inst . Okeanol . Ahad . N. SL;SR , 28 



(On methods of direct observation of 
sediment bottom drifting in the sea). 
Ru 



Zenhovich;, V.P. (Transi, 59-6768 

Chamberlain^ Т.К.) (1958) 
Trud . Inst . Okeanol . Al- :ad. IT . SSSR, 28 
On metxiods of direct observation 
of sediment bottcn drifting in the 
sea 

En transi, of 59-6767« Available from 
SLA translation Center, The John 
Crerar Library ;, Ъв East Randolph 
Street 5 Chicago 1 ;, Illinois. 



M 



2(8):26 



Buzzati- 59-6769 

Traverso J A.A. (Ed.) (1958) 
Berkeley, Univ. California PresS ; 621 -£. 
Perspectives in marine Ъ1о1о§у - A 
symposium held at Scripps Institution 
of Oceanography J University of 



California 5 March 24- April 



1956 



GLK: 



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Zenkevitch, L. (1958) 



59-6772 



"In" 59-6769227-31 

Immediate prohlems in the development 

of marine biology 

Examination of contribution of marine 
biology to biological appraisal of 
the sea ê-. to planning action v/ith 
regard to resources^ discusses the 
study of distribution of organisms ^ 
indicators of biological productivity 
í food relations. 



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Rae, K.M. (1953) 59-6770 

"In" 59-6769 2 3-1 6 

Parameters of the marine environment 

Advocates establishment of a series 
of oceanic animals amenable to 
experiment by which relative 
importance of various enviroi^mental 
factors might be tested in order to 
ensure that the factors measured in 
the sea are the most important ^ v/ith 
discussion of problems requiring 
analysis;, c- possible techniques. 



GLKcglk 



59-6773 



Drach, P. (195Ö) 

"In" 59-6769^33-46 

Perspectives in the study of benthic 

fauna of the continental shelf 



Discussion of the reasons for 
continued backwardness on this study 
c: of the advances that modern under- 
water research equipment makes 
possible in identifying c. locating 
biological communities S:. in 
establishing correlations betv;een 
features of these communities ^^r- of 
their environment. 



GLK;:glk 



M 



Redfield, A.C. (195^) 



59-6771 



"In" 59-6769^17-26 

The inadequacy of experiment in marine 

biology 

Examination of the part played by 
observât ion y experiment ":■ inference 
in studies of marine biological 
phenomena ¿-^ comparison of the 
contributions from experiments with 
those from observations conducted in 
accordance with some model of the 
system under observation, (issued as:; 
Contr. Vioods Hole oceanogr.Inst. ^ 
(923) ). 
GLIC'.glk M 



V/ieser, '". (195Ö) 59-6774 

"In" 59-6769247-56 

The particulate and the comparative 
concept in marine synecology 

Designates the descriptive ^ carto- 
' graphic <"■ correlative phase of 
synecology as particulate ^ ¿ that 
phase v/hioh examines differences 
betv/een communities v/ith respect to 
composition ¿: ecological valence, r: 
structural c': physiological 
characteristics of their spp. as 
comparative J ill. the latter method 
with data from a study of Chilean 
coast nematodes, 
GLKcglk M 



PAO/59/10/7201 



2(8)1^27 



Eiedlj R. (195З) 



59-6775 



"In" 59-6769^57-65 

An attempt to test the efficiency of 
ecological field methods and the 
validity of their results 

Discusses the disahilities of certain 
gears used for the study of benthos c: 
its substrate cc^ against a stipulation 
of the kinds of data required for 
adequate account of the various 
characteristics of henthic communities 
examines the prospective usefulness of 
diving photo/];raphic c-. other techniques 



an 



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M 



Thorsonj G. (1958) 



59-6776 



"In" 59-6769 £67-86 

Parallel levcl-hottom comm.unitiesj 

their temperature adaptation, and theiip 

"balance" betv/een predators and food 

animals 

Development of ideas derived from 
observations that level bottom 
substrates J of particular types à 
similar depths y are quantitatively 
dominated by invertebrates of certain 
characteristic genera represented by 
spp, particular to each geogrs,phic 
situation^ v/ith particular reference t 
factors determining the composition 



Wilson, D.P. (1958) 59-6778 

"In" 59-6769=37-103 
Some problems in larval ecology 
related to the localized distribution 
of bottom animals 

Discussion of the factors influencing 
the settlement of pelagic larvae of 
demersal organisms^ with particular 
reference to the biological condition 
of the substrate«, using observations 
on larvae of polychate worms for 
illustration^ followed by discussion 
of the effects of biologically 
different water masses on the 
survival of these larvae. 
GLK^glk M 



Barnes, H. (1958) 59-6779 

"In" 59-6769^105-16 

The future of underwater television 

Technological discuscion of the 
performance ¿' characteristics of 
this equipment. 



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M 



59-6776 
(Card 2) 



Yonge, СИ. (1953) 



59-6780 



of these communities. 



"In" 59-6769=117-35 
Ecology and physiology of reef- 
building corals 

Zona t ion :"- other features of the 
ecology of various types of coral 
reefs^ rejection of the hypothesis 
that the zooxanthellae play a 
nutritional role in the coral 
organism^ the influence of light on 
the growth S:. physiology of the coral 
maintenance ."-; productivity of coral 
reefs. 



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FAO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8)í28 



Tonolli J V. & 59-6781 

L. Tonolli (I95Ô) 
"In" 59-6769 2 137-43 
Irregularities of distribution of 
plankton communities 2 considerations 
and methods 

Discussion of factors leading to 
departure from completely random ^ 
distriЪution of Zooplankton Ь 
description of an apparatus constructed. 
for the purpose of studying the form 
t: structure of plankton patches. 



GLK:;-lk 



MF 



Bogorovj B.G. (1958) 59-6782 
"In" 59-6769:145-58 

Perspectives in the study of seasonal 
changes of plankton and of the number 
of generations at different latitudes 

Discussion of the inadequacy of current 
techniques of sampling к suLiming-up date 
C-. propoundment of a sclieme for unifica- 
tion of methods of plankton reyearoh 
hased on the principle of estimating 
plaiñ^ton hiomass & indicating the role 
of different spp« in the total, ill. 
the ideas Ъу reference to some general 
results on seasonal variation in 
quantity of plankton c-. on other 
aspects of planlcton hiology. 



GLK;/:dk 



IÎ 



Hardy, A.C. (1958) 

"In" 59-67693I59-86 

Toward prediction in the sea 



59-6783 



Reviev/ of studies of relations of 
physical 5 chemical c"-. biológica,! 
components of marine systèmes in the 
Antarctic - Euphausids cc v/hales -^ 
ITorth Sea - Calanus ¿c herring -5 
Singapore straits i- in the North Sea 
0" North Atlantic with the Hardy 
continuous plankton recorder;; stresses 
potential value of routine v/ork from 
non-research vessels. 

GLK I glk 1,1 



Baldwin^ E. (1958) 59-6784 

"In" 59-6769 s 189-98 

Some biochemical problem.s in marine 

biology 

Discussion of the scope of 
biochemistry, its relations with 
adjacent sciences ;, some of the 
problems to which its discipline 
could be applied 5 c-. some of the 
problems of organizing c-. conducting 
biochemical research. 



GLK'.i^lk 



MF 



Bullocks Т.Н. (1958) 59-6785 

"In" 59-67692199-210 
Homeostatic mechanism.s in marine 
organisms 

Some examples of ad justments of 
metabolic^ osmotic t-, respiratory 
processes to changed environniental 
values (Г- discussion of some types of 
problems relating to the mechanisms 
of Buoh adjustm.ents. 



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MF 



(1958) 



59-6786 



Gu zman Barron „ i'j , Ъ . 

"In" 59-6769s211-32 

The regulatory mechanisms of cellular 

respiration 

Regulatory mechj-.nisms of cell 
respiration as demonstrated by 
experiments relating to intracellular 
structure с to the cell membrane; with 
some remarks on sperm carbohydrate 
metabolism â respiration "- anaerobic 
<"• aerobic m.etabolism of glucose. 



GLKsfílk 



T/TF 



FAü/59/10/7201 



2(8)s29 



Szent-Györgyi, A. (195S). 59-6787 
"In" 59-б7б9е233-8 

Motion, energy transmis sion.^ and the 
cellular matrix 

Discussion of the energy 
characteristics of hiological 
phenomena as exemplified Ъу muscular 
contraction. 



GLICcclk 



MF 



Pittendrigh^ C.S. (1958) 59-6788 

"In" 59-6769 'j239-68 

Perspectives in the study of biological 

clocks 



Examination of the proposition that 
certain hiological rliythms are 
controlled by some temperature- 
independent mechanism of time 
measurement of en6.ogenous nature^ c-, 
presentation of a general oscillator 
model J for biological clocksj 
providing for the effects of single 
perturbations 5 x)hase shifts t-. 
transients, r for entrainment. 



GLICiglk 



MF 



Brovm, F.A. , Jr. (1958) 



59-67 



o^j 



"In" 59-6769^269-82 
Studies of the timing mechanisms of 
daily^ tidaly and lunar periodicities 
in organisms 

Discussion of the nature of certain 
rhythms in crustácea., mollusca i-. other 
organisms;, the persistence of these 
rhythms ;, the endogenous nature of some 
part .of- the control of them.c, и their 
relations v/ith various external factor^ 



GLKsglk 



MF 



Kon, S.K. (195Ô) 59-6790 

"In" 59-6769 S283-97 
Some thoughts on biochemical 
perspectives in marine biolo^'" 

Brief account of findings in research 
on the occurrence of vitamin A in 
invertebrates., its anatomical 
distribution c: form in crustácea^ its 
source in euphausids Í: fluctuations 
in its occurrence in herring roes, 
v/ith also discussion of external 
metabolites. 



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Rodhe, W. , A. Vollenv/eider 59-6791 

h A. Nauwerck (195Ô) 
"In" 59-6769s299-322 
The primary production and standing 
crop of phytoplankton 

S 
Research on lake Erken in •-^weaen, 

describing temporal variations in 
production с standing crop, 
composition of the standing crop^, 
the share of "netplankton" ' "nanno- 
plankton" in production c: standing- 
crop, the relations betv/een primary 
production P- fresh v/eight of phyto- 
plankton r chlorophyll content, 



59-6791 
(Card ?) 
determination of primary production 
by С-^д experiments in vitro . 



GLKcglk 



AG/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(8):30 



Margalefy К. (1958) 59-6793 

"In" 59-6769^323-49 
Temporal succession and spatial 
heterogeneity in phytoplanliton 

Uses data from a study of the ria of 
Ylgc in Spain for an exposition of the 
calculation ^"^ interpretation of 
diversity index ■-" measures of hetero- 
neity (?•-:. their use in an examination of 
su'jcersion in phytoplankton communities 



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Hallam, J.C. (1959) 59-6796 

J. Fish. Res. Bd Can. , 16:147-73 
Hahitat and associated fauna of four 
species of fish in Ontario streams 

4 spp. of fish found in Ontario 
streams can he divided into 2 
distinct groups on the hasis of 
hahitat c; associated fauna. Salvolinus 
fontinalis Mit chill c: Cottus hairdi 
Girard are found associated in cool 
source Y/aters whereas Amhloplites 
rupestris RafinesquG r"; Micropterus 
doloraieui Lacopede occur together in 
•\;arraer dov/nstream waters, 
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Humphrey 5 G.F. (1959) 
Auat.J.Sci. , 21 s268 
Marine biology 

Review of 59-6769. 



59-6794 



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Johnson, R.G. (1959) 59-6795 

¿ivolution , 13(1 )П49 
Perspectives in marine hiology 

Review of 59-6769. 



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Basuj S.P. (1959) 59-6797 

J.Fish.Res.Bd Can. , I6c175-212 
Active respiration of fish in 
relation to amhient concentrations of 
oxygen and carhon dioxide 

The oxygen consumption at a steady 
rate of activity maintained by a mild 
electric stimulus was measured for 
Salvelinus fontinalis Mitchillj 
Catostomus commersoni Lacépede¡, 
Ameiurus nebulosus LeSueur, Qyprinus 
carpió Liimaeus "■ G'arassius aura tu s 
Linnaeus in the presence of various 
combinations of oxygen c; carbon 
dioxide. 
GLKi'spb ^ 



Scotts D.M. & 59-679S 

U.R. Martin (1959) 
J.Fish.Res.Bd Can. , I6s213-21 
The incidence of nematodes in the 
fillets of small cod from Lockeport y 
ÎTova Scotia ;, and the southwestern 
g-ulf of St. Lav/rence 

The incidence of nematodes in fillets 
of Atlantic codp Gadus callarlas , was 
determined in 1957 in 4 areas within 
10 milos of Lockeportj N. S. 5 Л in 6 
areas in the southwestern gulf of St. 
Lav/rence. Relation of incidence vn.th 
age у its local variation i; variation 
between inshore -"■ offshore waters уюгф 
measured. 
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2(S):31 



Gasten, С. H., J. Dale ' 39-6799 

¿с M. F. Grüenou£:h (1959) 
J. Fish. Res. Bd Can. , 1б:,223-33 


Lyman J H. (1958) 59-6802j 

Rep. Atl. St. Mar. Fish. Comm. , App. Sect. 
(16)::1-o 


Spoilage of fish in the vessels at sea 


Results of striped has s program 


6. Variations in the landed quality of 




trawl er- caught Atlantic cod and 




haddock during a period of 13 months 




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Idler., D.R. & 59-6800 

I. Bitners (1959) 
J. Fish. Res. Bd Can., 16ö235-41 


Smith, F.'J. à 59-6803 

M. M. Hensley (1957) 
Proc.biol.Soc.".7ash. , 70:201-4 


Biochemical studies on sockeye salmon 


The mud turtle, Kinosternon 


during spawning migration - V, 
Cholesterol;, fat 5, protein and v/ater in 


flavescens ste.jnegeri Hartweg, in 
the United States 


the hody of the standard fish 




The absolute changes in fat, protein. 




v/ater 0: free cz esterified cholesterol 




for the entire hody of standard male 




('■ female sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus 




nerka, during the Fraser river spawning 




migration are discussed. 




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Dingle, J.R. (1959) 59-6801 
J. Fish. Res. Bd Can., 1бз243-5 
Proteins in fish muscle ~ 15-' Kote on 
the preparation of actin from cod 


Anonymous (1957) 59-60Ö4 
Canada, Dep. Mines Г. Tech, Survey 


Map 20-1957 Ma nit oui in island 
district of Manitoulin, Ontario 


muscle v/ith potassium iodide 


j 


Contents as per title. 




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2(8):32 



Mackenthun, K.M. С: 

CD. МсКаЪЪ (1959) 
Bull. Wis. Cornrn. Water Poll. 



59-6305 

(:.Ti95)^-i-5- 
in 



Sev/age statilization pond 
Wisconsin. A report on biological ana 
chemical investigations April 1957 ~ 
August 1958 



Douglasp ÎT.H. (1958) 59-68OS 

Co ntr.Qkla.St.Univ . Pep.Z ool. , (293): 

1-33 
A study of the comparative use of 
different species of fish in the 
bioassay of petroleum refinery 
effluent 



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Stepanek, M. et al. (1953) 59-бо08 
Se i. Pap. Inst. Technol. ^ Pragu e ., 2(2): 

313-564 
Limnological study of the reservoir 
Sedlice near Zeliv - II. Biological 
part 



Webster. B.A. , W.G. Bentley59-6809 ^ 

г- J.p; Galligan (1959) 
MeiTu Cornell Univ. agrie. Exp . Sta_._ i, 

Г35Т)ТГ-8з ; 

Management of the lake trout fishe:i?y 
of Cayuga lake, Hew Yorkj with 
special reference to the role of 
hatchery fish 

Presents findings on a study from . 
1946 - 1957 to evaluate fingerling 
and yearling plantings of hatchery- 
r ear od lake trout ^ evaluate hatchery 
contribution to total population, Sc 
ohtain pertinent management data. 
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Johnson^ B.S. (1958) 59-6807 

Ann.Z ool. , 2(8)c'95-1l8 

The Indo-\7est Pacific species of the 

genus Poly onyx (Crustacea^ Decapoda 

Porcellanidae) 



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Kjennerud, J. (1953) 59-6810 

ITa tur-y-i t enk . r oldce , ( 9 ) c1 - 1 4 
.'Descripxion of a giant squid, 
Ar Chi t eil t /11 s <, stranded on the west 
coast of Norway 



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Lovell, Н.В. (1958) 59-6811 
V/ilson Bull.^ 70(3)c280-1 
Baiting of fish by a green heron 

F 


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Inland Fisheries Trust 59-6814 j 

Incorporated (1957) 
jjublin, l8 p. 

The development of hrov/n trout ñ 
fisheries 

Gives general life history infomation, 
types of lakes &. streams suitahle for 
trout '!- examinations made to determine 
suitability prior to stocking. 

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Lagler, K.P. (1957) 59-6812 
Carling Cons. Dig. , 1-22 
Fishery biologists are for good 
, fishing 

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Inland Fisheries Trust 59-6815 

Incorporated (l958) 
Du.blin, 8 p. 
ITotes on fishery management 

Describes various fishing stands v/hich 
enable anglers to gain access to 
fishing waters J &■■ shelters which ma- 
be built to provide better carp 

fishing. 'k 

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Idler, D.P.. (1959) 59-6813 
Progr. Rep. int.Pacif. Salm.Fish. 'Jomn. ^ 


Cha twin, Б.И. (1959) 59-6816 
Bull . int eram . trop . Tu.na Conn'. , , 3 í 307-52 
The relationships betxiezn length and 
weiiTht of yolloY.'fin tuna (lleothunnus 
macropterus) and skipjack tuna 
(Ilatsuwonus pelamis) from the eastern 
tropical Pacific Ocean. En 5_s 

Tabulation of measurements é tabular ' 
": graphical presentation of statistical 
arialysis of variability between 
samples, quarters of the year ¿'. areas. 

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1-80 
The energy expenditures of Fraser 
liver sockeye salmon during the 
spavming migration to Chilko and 
Stuart lakes 

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Arnon, D.I. (195З) 59-6817 

"In" 59-67692351-83 

Some functional aspects of inorganic 
micronutrients in the metabolism of 
green plants 

Account of experimental v/ork in a search 
for essential elements & establishment 
of the criteria of essentiality" 
discusses micronutrients in the 
nutrition of alê;ae, the role of 
raolyhdonumj vanadium & cobalt, boron & 
chlorine, offers some general 
observations on essentiality & on the 
study of inorga,nic nutrition of inarine 
plants. 
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Thor;. ., ü.:T. (1958) 
"In" 59-67692411-28 

Ethí.'log/ as a now branch 



59-6820 

of biology 



Review of the history of the study of 
animal behaviour 5 consideration of 
various ways of approaching this study 
to ascertain hov/ far any of them is 
new or embodies new techniques, & 
consideration of the prospects of 
further development & application of 
such methods in one or tv;o fields of 
marine biology» 



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Provasoli, L. (1958) 59-6818 

"In" 59-6769^385-403 

Grov/th factors in unicellular ma.rine 

algae 

After brief review of research that led 
to the discovery of growth factors in 
the nutrition of algae, discusses the 
B-J2 requirement in marine organisms & 
evidence on its presence in marine 
environments, its production & 
consumption, & offers suggestions on 
the lines of research that v/ould 
further elucidate those matters. 



Waterman, Т.Н. (I958) 



59-6821 



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Belscr, W.L. (1958) 59-6819 

"In" 59-67692405-8 

Marine microorganisms? some generaliza- 
tions concerning their importance to 
marine life 

Brief discussion of inorganic & organic 
relations of these organisms with their 
environment & of their role in 
parasitism & disease, empihasising the 
paucity of our knowledge of them. 



"In" 59-6769:. 429-50 

Polarized light and plankton navigation 

Description of the behaviour of light 
after penetrating water & its 
dependence on various ph;^ sical 
en '-racteristics of the water, with an 
account of techniques for analysis of 
this "bch?.viour к moasuroment of some of 
its features; & a suggestion, by 
reference to previous work, that the 
behaviour of certain pelagic organisms 
may bo determined in part by this 
element of the environment. 



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Hasler, A.D. (1958) 59-6822 

"In" 59-67692451-67 

Perception of pathways by fishes in 

migration 

Reviev/ of tn^ evidence for the use, by 
fish, of visual points of reference, 
celestial marks, tactile & auditory 
references, olfactory stimuli, & 
hydrographie points for navigation in 
short-term (diurnal & other) & long- 
range movements. 



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2(8)в5 



Miyadi, D. (1958) 59-6823 

"In" 59-6769^469-79 

Perspectives of sxj^Grimontal research 
on social interference among fishes 

Discussion of the modifications of 
individual behaviour patterns - the 
plasticity of which is referred to - 
by the presence of other individuals of 
the sai-oc or different spp., ill, by 
reference to a.quarium experiments & to 
field observations of natural situations' 
& those created by fishing, especially | 
with the use of light. ; 



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Y/ieser, W. (1958) 59-6826 

"In" 59-6769§5i3-8 

Problems of species formation in the 
bcnthic microfauna of the deep sea 

Consideration of the question of 
whether a poyjulation can break up into ■; 
genetically isolated sub-populations in ' 
a homogeneous habitat 8c examination of ; 
evidence with regard to this possibil i tyi 
from the study of marine microfauna. 



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Loosanoff, V.L. (I958) 



59-6824 



"In" 59-6769^483-95 

Challenging problems in shellfish 
biology 

Discussion of work to demonstrate the 
existence of physiological races 
(interspecific variations) in molluscs 
with regard to their temperature &, 
salinity reactions, their response to 
turbidity Sc their food requirement s 5 
breeding is mentioned & the whole field 
of biological study of this group is 
considered with regard to the prospects 
of making better cultivation of these 
organisms. 



Matsui, Y. (1958) 59-6827 

"In" 59-6769^519-31 

Aspects of the environment of pearl- 
culture grounds and the problems of 
hybridization in the genus Pine tad a 

Description of the techniques of pearl- 
culture & of the chemical & other 
composition of pearl & pearl-shell, 
ending with a pica for improvement of 
the pearl oyster itself. 



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Ray, D.L. (1958) 59-6825 ^ 

"In" 59-6769^497-512 

Some marine invertebrates useful for \ 
genetic research 

Discussion of the problem with re¿ard ' 
to temperature, vi/ater composition & 
food supply that confront research 
workers wishing to rear marine organisms.' 
for experimental purposes, & 
consideration of some of the marine ; 
organisms that have been succesfully . 
cultivated & of the conditions met in 
such work. 



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Novick, A. (1958) 59-6828 

"In" 59-67695533-46 

Some chemical bases for evolution of 

microorganisms 

Description of tho theory of the 
chemo stat, a device for continuous 
culture of microrganisms in which 
chemical factors & selection rate are 
easily observable, experimentally 
controllable 5 report of some results 
of mutation studies, detailed example 
of the kind of 'evolution' that occurs 
in this apparatus & remarks concerning 
the interest of this apparatus for 
marine biologists. 
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2(8)в6 



LGwin, R.Ao (I95Ö) 
"In" 59-67691547-57 
Genetics and marine algae 



59-6329 



discussion of genetic a.pproaches to 
systematic à ecological problems in the 
study of algae, of the value o.f algae as; 
experimental material in genetic гезеагсЦ 
üc cf the problems of cultivation & ■; 
domestication of algae for these 
purposes. 



montaient i 5 Go (1958) 59-6832 
"In" 59-6769^589-602 
Perspectives of roscr'.rch on sex 
problems in marine animals 

Discussion of various examples of 
hermaphroditism of different kinds 
■with regard to the hypothesis that 
the variability of sexual phases in a 
population of proterandric herma,phr- 
rodites of the unbalanced type is the 
result of genetic hotorogeneityo 



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• Barigoszij C. (1958) 59-6830 

"In" 59-67690559-69 
, Genetic systems in sessile and semi- 

sossile organisms 

i Sx'Oculation on the genetic systems in 
sessile organisms with examples offered 
by analogies with semisessilc forms 
having some characters in common with 
! sessile forms, dealing with sexua,! & 
I asexual reproduction & parasexual 
■ phenomena & advocating cytological & ' 
j other lines of genetical investigation. 



Drach, P. (1958) 



59-6833 



"In" 59-6769^603-7 

A fev/ remarks on marine biology, 

animal biology, and general biology 

Brief exposition on the theme that 
marino biology occupies more than half 
of knowledge of animal biology & is 
indispensable for the construction of 
a well-balanced general bic^logy. 



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Kohn, A.J. (1958) 59-6831 

"In" 59-67695571-88 

Problems of speciation in marine 
invertebrates 

Discussion of (1) allopatric & sympatric 
speciation ¿c the significance of 
ecological differences between 
populations, (2) dispersal sta,ges & gene 
flovv across pa,rtial barriers, (З) genetic 
relationships between populations, (/(-) 
determination of sta,ges of speciation, & 
(5) temporal (vortica,l) & spatial 
(horizontal) spp. 



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Yonge, CM. (1958) 59-6834 

"In" 59-67692609-11 

Some genetical problems presented by 
sessile coelenterates 

Discussion of the material to be 
obtained from Coelenterata for study 
of various genetic problems &, in 
connection with pla.nula,tion, the 
possibility cf resolving problems 
connected with the effects of genetic 
constitution ÜC of the environment. 



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Buzzati-TravGrso, A. A, (1958) 59-6835 
"In" 59-67695613-21 
Perspectives in marine bioloé-y 

Lists ideas & suggestions offered in 
papers & during discussions in the 
Scripps Marino Biological Symposium, 
see 59-6769, & discusses certain 
principal- lines of study suggested Ъу 
groups of these items. 



liorway, FAO-Committce (1958)59-6838 ' 

0_sL3 5 24 p. • 

Report 1958 from Norv/ay to the Food ; 
and Agriculture Organization of the 

United Hâtions (for 19555 195^ and ¡ 
1957) ■ 

Incl. report on fisheries;, short | 

tahles of annaal landings. Ъу stj» | 
groups, nuïïihers & tonnage of registered; 

vessels by size classes 5 legislation^ i 

trade, consumption» i 



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Taue 5 L. (1959) 59-6836 

C.R.Acad »Sei., Paris , 249 01 8-20 
Sur la nature do l'onde de surpolari- 
sation de longue durée observée parf;vis 
après l'excitation synaptique de 
certaines cellules ganglionnaires de 
mollusques (On the nature of t.ie 
evcr-polarisation v;ave of long duration 
sometim.es observed after synaptic 
excitation of certain ganglionic cells 
of molluscs) 

Description of this phenomenon induced 
in Aplysia & the snail by capillary 
niicro-electrode stimulation & 
discussion of its nature implying 
certain changes of state of cells. 
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De Ange lis 3 С 



(1958) 



59-6839 



BolloPesca Piscicc Idrobiol . , 12(2)? 159- 

211 
Metodi di ricerca sulla produttività 
del mare (Methods of research on 
the productivity of the sea) i 

A literature review of techniques & ; 
factors influencing primary & secondary! 
biologiccal production^ particular 
discussion of Mediterranean conditions 
with extensive bibliographies, both 
general & with reference to that area. 



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BougiSj P. (1959) 59-6837 i 

C.RoAcadoSci. , Paris , 249 »326-8 ; 
Sur l'effet biologio^ue du cuivre en eau ^ 
de mer (On the biological effect of : 
copper in sea-water) ! 

! 
A test for the biological stuay of sea- I 
v/ater, based on the speed of development. 
of sea-urchin larvae, is described & 
used to demonstrate effects from i 
quantities of the same order of ! 
magnitude as are found naturally^ the 
ecological significance of those 
results is discussed. 



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Brandhorstj Vf. (1959) 59-684O 
Valparaíso , mime о, 5 Р° 
Resultados de l?.s investigaciones 
océano^- ráficas y biológicas realizada,t 
por el experto del programa de 
asistencia técnica de la República 
Federal Alema,na, en colaboración con 
el Departamx-nto de Fomento de Pesca 
y Caza del Ministerio de Agricultura 
(Results of th ■ oceanographical and 
biological investigations carried out 
by the technical assistant expert of 
the Germa,n Federal Republic in 
collaboration '..vith the Deioartment of 
Fish and Game Development of the ■ 
Ministry of Agriculture) 



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59-6840 
(Card 2) 

A short report on the océanographie 
factors influoncing the hake fisheries 
of Chile & their significance in the 
future devGlopiv.cnt of the fisheries in 
Chile , 



■Rich, W.H. (1957) 59-6844 
Seattle, Washini^ton , 7 P» 
Pend Oreille Lake Kokanee - Analysis 
of creel c:^nsus data for 195^ 

Part of a series i;f studies in 
connection viltii the effect of the 
Albeni Falls daan on Oncc-rnynchus 
nerka kenneryli » 



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Mexico с Secretaría de 59-6842 
Marina. Jirección General de 

Pesca (1958) 
Piscicult. rural , 8(3, 4) «11 p= 

Short popular articles on commercial 
fish-culture & fertilization of ponds 
in Mexico. 



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France. Office de la 59-6845 ! 
Recherche Scientifique et I 

Technique Outrc-Mer (1959) ' 

Rapp. Croisière Inst . franc .Océanie , ( 2 ) § ; 

21 p. . . ■ I 

ORSOM III - Compte rendu des croisierosj 
de l'année I958 ( ORSOM III - \ 
Report of the cruises during 1958) | 

A report on the cruises "Astrolabe" ^ ; 
'Boussole" &. secondary operations [ 
encompassing océanographie observations^ 
physical & bioloêical^& ichthyological, 
fisheries & mammals observations. 



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Rich, W.H. (1958) 59-6843 ! 

Seattle Washington , 3 p. 
Pond Oreille Lake Kokanee - Analysis ' 
of creel census data for 1957 

Pc?.rt of a series of studies in connectiai 
witxi the effect of the Albeni Palls 
dam on One о r hyn chu s nerkg. kcnneryli о 



Smith 5 J.L.B. 
Ichthyol. B ull 
Fishes of the 
Salariidae of 
Ocean 



(1959) 



59-6846 
, (14)^229-52 
families Blenniidae and 
the western Indian 



Contains keys to genera and spp. & 
descriptions of the same. 



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McLeodp К. (Ed.) (1958) 
Washington St.Dep,Fish . , 
Fisheries, fish farminf 



■о? 



59-6847 
148 p. 
fisheries 



manaccement 



Collection of brief articles (some 
heing reprints) dealing v/ith the 
cultivation of oysters > clams, salmon 
trout & ether fish, & v/ith problems such 
as fertilisation of vvater, pond 
engineering, disease control ^ breeding, 
predator control, & international 
fisheries. 



Smith, P.G.W. & 59-6850 

H, Chapin (1958) 

"In" 59-6847^33-45 
Ocean pasturage 

Reprint of the Sun, the Sea and 
Tomorrow, 6.ЧС6-З6, New York, 1954» 



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Wiffis 



KcLeod, K. (1958) 
"In" 59-6847-11-22 
History of fish farming 



59-6848 



McLeod, K. (1958) 
"In" 59-6847^46-52 

Oyster farming 



59-6851 



V/ADi 



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Smith, F.G.W. & 

Ho Chapin (1958) 
"In" 59-6847-23-32 
Farmin.4 for fishes 



59-6849 



McLeod, Ko (1958) 
"In" 59-6847^53-60 
Clam farming 



59-6852 



Rerjrint of the Sun, the Sea and 
Tomorrow, 5; 81-105, New York, 1954^ 



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Pautzkej CF. (1958) 59-^'^'53 

"In" 59-6847? 61-70 

Salmon of the northv^rsst and some of 

the factors influencing tueir abundance! 



Ellis, C.H. (1958) 59-6856 

"In" 59-6847^87-96 

Hatchery and fish farm relationships 



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McLeod, К. (1958) 
"In" 59-6847571-8 
Fertilization of v;aters 



59-6854 Earp, Б. (1958) 59-6857 

"In" 59-6847:97-8 
Progress in fish disease control 






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Heg, H. T. (1958) 59-6855 

"In" 59-6847 s 79-86 

Hydraulic control struct'ures for fish 
farming ponds 



59-6858 



IlcLeod, K. (1958) 

"In" 59-6847^99-107 

Hybrid stocks and selective breeding 



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i McLeod, К. (1958) 
: "In" 59-6847:108-15 
i Pollution control 



59-6859 ' Moore, M. (1958) 

I "In" 59-6847? 135-46 
i Fisheries management 



59-6862 



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McLeod, К. (1958) 
"In" 59-6847S 116-29 
Predator control 



59-6860 Moore, M. (1958) 

"In" 59-6847^147-8 
Expectancy of salmon 



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Moore, M. (1958) 
"In" 59-6847И31-4 
International fisheries 



59-6861 Chile. Ministerio de 59-6864 

Agricultura. Departamento de Fomento 

de Pesca y Caza (I958) 
Bol . inform. Chile , (б1)г11 p. 

Contains main fisheries products 
statistics of Chile by region & notes 
on short popular articles on fisheries 
development in that country & 
elsewhere. 



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Chile. Ministerio de 59-6865 

Agriculturao Departamento de Fomento 

de Pesca y Caza (1958) 
Bol. inform. Chile , (62)0 15 p. 

Contains main fisheries products 
statistics of Chile bj region & notes 
on short popular articles on fisheries 
development in that country & 
elsev/here. 



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Caldwell, DoK., A- Carr & 59-6868 i 
L.K. Ogren (1959) i 

Bull. Fla St .Mus ., 4s 295-308 ! 

The Atlantic loggerhead sea turtle ' I 
Caretta caretta caretta (L.) in America.; 
I. Nesting and migration of the Atlantic; 
loggerhead turtle i 

Tagging evidence shov/s that female may | 

travel as much as 1000 shoreline miles j 

away from the nesting beach in 10 i 

months. The nesting procedure of the i 

Atlantic lo¿^erhead is described &. ill. ■ 

The principal nesting range of the sub- j 

species is the mainland coast of North -, 



Chile. Ministerio de 59-6866 

Agricultura. Dej^artaraento de Fomento 

de Pesca у Caza (I958) 
Bol. inform. Chile , (бЗ)г13 p. 

Contains main fisheries products 
statistics of Chile by region & notes 
on short popular articles on fisheries 
development in that country & 
elsewhere . 



59-6868 
(Card 2) 

ATierica from about Cape Lookout, North 
Carolina, to Mexico. 



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Chile. Ministerio de 59-6867 

Agricultura. Departamento de Fomento 

de Pesca y Casa (1958) 
Bol »inform. Chile , (б4);15 p. 

Contains main fisheries products 
statistics of Chile by region &, notes 
on short popular articles on fisheries 
development in that country & 
elsewhere. 



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Caldwell, D.K. et al. (1959) 59-6870 | 
Bull. Fla St .Mus. , 4-309-18 | 

The Atlantic loggerhead sea turtle, \ 
Caretta caretta caretta (L.), in America. j 
II. Multiple and group nesting by the j 
Atlantic loggerhead turtle j 

i 

Individuals nest several times on the ! 

same stretch of beach in a summer, but ! 

i 
it is not yet known whether each ¡ 

individual lays every year. Tagging | 

results show groups of turtles nest j 

together several times, & it is believed ' 

they stay together during the periods j 

between the nesting emergences. | 



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Caldwell , D.K. (1959) 59-6871 
Bull, Fla St. Mus ., 4s 31 9-48 
The Atlantic loggerhead sea turtle, 
Caretta caretta caretta (L,), in Arnerica= 
III. The loggerhead turtles of Cape 
Romain., South Carolina 

There is no correlation between nesting 
activity & the stage of tne moon^tidej 
& v/eather conditions. The physical 
features of the heach are apparently 
the most important factors. Details of 
the nest & of the eggs, their incuhation^ 
& hatching are presented for future 
comparison with other spp. 



Anonymous ( 1 9 59 ) 
Mondo d . Na t ura, (3);88 
Anahlepidi (Ânablepidae) 



59-6874 



Article on Anahlepidae consisting of : 
synopsis of An a bl ets tetraoph talmus i 
under headings? anatomical & i 

i 

morphological characteristics, life ' 
cycle, ecology, distribution & relation { 
to man. ! 



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Duarte-Bello, P.P. (1959) 59-6872 
Univ.de Villanueva, Iiaarianao , Cuba, 

monogr. 6s20o p. 
Catálogo de peces cubanos (Catalogue 
of fishes of Cuba) 

A syteraatic catalogue of common & rare 
spp. of fresh, brackish & saltv/ater spp. 
Cuban & other common names of the spp., 
synonynis, local & total distributions 
are listed. 



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Ghana Government (1953?) 59-6873 
Mimeo, 15 p. 

Pieport by the Government of Ghana to 
the Food and Agriculture Organization 
of the United Nations for the period 
1955 to 1957 

Includes section on fi3heries, giving 
notes on production, research, exploration., 
mechanization, stocking freshv^/aters, 
education. 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6875 

Mondo d »Natura , (3)ó91 
Anaricadidi (Anarrhicadidae) 

Article on Anarrhicadidae consisting of 
synopsis of Anarrhicas lupus under 
headings s morphological & anatomical 
characteristics, life cycle, ecology, 
distribution &. relation to man. 



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Anonymous (1959) 
Mondo d. Natur a, (3)s9J-2 
Anaspidacei о Anomostraci 
or Anomostraca) 



59-6876 j 

! 

(Anaspidacea 



Article on Anaspidacea or Anomostraca j 
consisting of synopsis of _A n_asTjid e^s | 
tasmaniae, Paranaspide s lacustris, \ 
Ko onunga c urso r, Bathynella natans , ! 
Parabat hynella styfe-ja under headings s ¡ 
morphological & anatomical characteristicSjj 
ecology, classification & distribution. ¡ 



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С. 2. Dunbar (1959) 
Spec. sei. Вер. и. о. Fi sh Wildl,Serv . ^ ( 2 8 6 )i 

8 p. 
Methods of infecting trout with kidney 
disease and some effects of temperature 
on experimental infections 

Transmission of kidney disease v/as 
studied in eastern brook trout ^ Salve- 
linus fontinalis , held at 12.5^ С 
Fish v/ere subjected to almost daily , 
inoculations or exposures for 102 days^ | 
& observations wers continued for an ] 
additional 200 days. Tv/o strains of 
the causative bacterium were compared. 
The bacterium was fed alone, with glass 



Gennerichy J. (1958) 



59-6880 



sjjlinters, & with bile salts, 
also inoculated by 2 methods 
abrasion. 



59-6877 
(Card 2) 

It was 
of 



Allg.FischZtg ., 83s 61-5 
Sind Fischpässe in kanalisierten 
Flüssen wirtschaftlich gerechtfertigt? 
(Are fish-passes in canalized rivers 
oconomically Justified?) 

Discusses economical aspects of the 
problem à suiiimarizes that the 
restocking should be prefered at 
places '.'/here typical migrators, such 
as salmon, are missing. 



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(1958) 59-6881 
AllA.FischZtfi . , 83367-9 
Die Schleie, das Stiefkind der 
modernen Teichv/irtschaf t (Tench, 
the neglected child of modern pond 
management ) 

Reviev/s the possibilities of a better 
tench management. 



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Jensen, A. Co (1958) 59-687) 

Spec, sei. Вер. U.S. Fish Y/ildl.Serv . , (262) 

6 p. 
Corrosion resistance of fish tagging | 
pins 

Aquarium-held haddock were tagged vi^ith j 
nickel and Type З04 stainless steel j 
pins to compare the corrosion 
resistance of the 2 metals. The 
stainless steel pins proved to be 
superior. 



Deufel, J. (1958) 59-6832 '' 

All,4»FischZtg ., 83 s 74-6 i 

Untersuchungen über die Wirkung von i 
T-Vitamin-Goetsch auf Regenbogenforellerl 
(Experiments on the effect of vitamin • 
T-Goetsch on rainbow trouts) i 

Describes feeding experiments & results^ 
(To be continued). 



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Dawson, S. Y. (195У) 59-6883 
Pacif.Nat. 5 1 ( 7 ) ; 8 p . 
Some algae from Clipperton Island and 
the Danger Islands 

•Ta:ionomic list of benthic algae from 
some locations in tropical Pacific with 
notes on the general distribution of 
some spp. 



Scalfati, G. (1959) 



59-6886 



Roma^ Associazione Nazionale Produttori ! 
della Pesca , 42 p. , 

Diritti di pesca e diritti di proprieta | 
delle acque dolci, salse e salmastre | 
destínate alla pesca - Relazione generale' 
al Convegno in Ancona^ presso la Fiera j 
della Pesca - 13 luglio 1959 (Fishingj 
rights and rights of property in fresh, ; 
salt & brackish waters used for fishing -j 
General report of the meeting in Ancona | 
at the "Fiera della Pesca" - 13 July • 
1959) I 



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Discussion of the nature of fishing 
rights, & property in these waters, 



Brown 5 A,D, (1957) 



59-6884 



J.gen.M icrobiol. ; 17s 640- 8 Í 

Some general properties of a j 

psychrophilic pseudomonads the effects j 

of temperature on some of these j 

properties & the utilization of | 

glucose by tnis organism & Pseudo mona s ! 

aeruginosa ! 

Some exoeriments undertaken to i 

determine some general properties of i 

a typical psychrophil, to compare some ; 

of these properties with those of a ! 

closely related mesophilic sp» & to | 

suggest ways in v/hich it might be j 
possible to study tlie special properties) 



59-6886 i 

(Card 2) ; 

from .juridical & general administrative | 
points of viev/. 



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59-6884 
(Card 2) 

of the psychrophil which enable it to 
thrive at low temperatures. 



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Jjai'na-L'G. , J • 1j e ÛC 

0, Hartman (1959) 
Paçif4îiat о 5 1(6) g 16 p. 
The sea bottom off Santa Barbara, 
Californias biomass and community 
structure 



The seabottom itself is described & 
its communities are mapped, their 
composition shown by tables giving 
numbers of each sp. found at each of 
number of stations, & their biomass 
shown by means of 'biom.ass profiles'. 



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Kutkuhn, J. H. (1958) 59-6889 

Pro с. Iowa Acad. Sei , , 65s 571-9 ' 

Utilization of gizzard shad Ъу game ¡ 

fishes ; 

1 
The paper points out the relative ,' 
importance of the gizzard shad to the ! 
overall economy of game fish populationsi 
in a shallovv prairie lake. i 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6892 

Science , 1 29 ï 825-7 

International Océanographie Congress 

Notice of tae arrangements for this 
meeting. 



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Freemanj B.O. (1959) 59-6890 
Miss. G ame Fish « , 22(8)s4-5j 8 
Management of farm fish ponds 

A summary of pond management technic[ues 
for Mississippi area. 



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Paloumpis, A.A. (1958) 59-6891 
Proc.Iov/a Acad. Sei о , 65s 5^0-6 
Measurement of some factors affecting 
the catch in a minnow seine 

Evaluates effect of direction of seine 
ha-^lj number of hauls, vvater level, & 
time on catch in a small stream, oc the 
number of samples needed to detect 
varying percentage changes in fish 
population. 



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Wilson, D.M. (1959) 59-6893 

Science , 129s841-2 

Function of giant Miauthner's neurons 
in the lungfish 

On the assujiiption that giant fibres 
mediate startle responses, attempts 
vi^ere made with various types of 
stimulation of Mauthner's ajcons in 
Protopterus , to produce sudden, single, 
stereotyped, large-magnitude movements. 



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Sibl-^ibesfeldt, I. (1959 



59-6894 
UIM^SCO Mission Report , (8^31 p. 
Survey on the Galapagos Islands 



Pieport of a survey car. ied out jointly 
by irir^SCO & lUCN, in July 1957. 
Map, many ill. 5 includes ecological 
notes on endemic spp, such as the 
marine igiiana, Amblyrhynchus cristatus 
t.ie fur sea, Arctocephalus galapa^oensis . 
¿c the sea lion, Zalophus wollebaoki . 



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Mu^inic^ R. (1958) 59-6895 
В app . Comm .int. Mer Méci. it ., 14s313-5 
Sur la coincidence et l'alternance dans i 
la pêche de quelques poissons pélagiques. 
(On -fche coincidence and alternation in 
the fisheries of some pelagic fishes) 

Some parallel & opposite tendencies of 
the fisheries of some small pelagic 
spp. in the central part of the 
oriental Adriatic are considered & 
analysed. 



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India. Ministry of Pood 59-6896 

& Agriculture (1958) 
Indian Fish. Bull . . 5(3)s51 p. 

Detailed summary & reports on marine & 
inland fisheries developments in India 
& elsev/here. Biological, technological 
& socio-economic studies in progressj 
technical assistance projects. 



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Stock, J,H, (1959) 59-6899 
Bull,aquat.Eiol . <, 1 s 43 
New host and distribution records of 
parasitic Copepoda 

Lists 5 nev/ vertebrate hosts for 
parasitic crustácea in Ы. Sea. 



De Graaf, P. (1959) 59-6898 

Bull . aquat . Biol » „ 1^41-3 

On the use of Lindane in fresh and sea Щ 

v/ater ' 

Describes treatment of aquaria for 
parasitic crustaceans. 



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India. Ministry of Pood 59-6897 

& Agriculture (1958)- 
Indian Pish. Bull . „ 5(4)s43 p. 

Detailed surmriary &, reports on marine & 
inland fisheries developments in India 
& elsevmere. Biological, technological 
à socio-economic studies in progress, 
technical assistance projects. 



Santos Pinto, J. dos ( 1958) 59-690O 
Notas ^s '¿Udo Inst. Biol . Bmrit . , ( 1 8 ) s 25-30 ; 
Saroomatose buccale simultanée avec une \ 
grande hypertrophie de la thyroïde, ■ 
chez Trichiurus lepturus L. (Mouth ! 
Sarcomatosis together with a great ] 
hypertrophy of the thyroid of Trichiurus ; 
lepturus L. ) j 

A study of the anomalies v/hich are 1 
described revealed their morphological 
independence . 



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Ward, F.Jo (1959) 39-6901 
Bull . int .Facif . Salm. Fish. Cûiiirâ . , 10s 70 p» 
Character of the miè,ration of pink 
salmon to Fraser River spavming grounds 
in 1957 

Times of passage of pink salmon 
migrating through the commeroial 
fisheries, intensity of the Fraser 
River fishery, ratos of migration & 
periods of delay, chronological order 
during migration, &, enumeration of 
escapement, studied in relation to 
the requirements of scientific 
management of tho fisheries. 



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Olsen, A.M. (1959) 59-6902 
Fish. News Lett.Aust ., I8(6)s15 
School shark tag recoveries 



Notice of recoveries with data on time 
of release, growth & movement. 



Lai.ej J.S. (1959) 
Res. Bull. St. Fish. 



The 



59-6904 I 

. (5)«19 p. j 

freshwater fishes of New South Wales ; 



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111. list of endemic & introduced spp., 
giving for some detailed notes on such 
matters as habitat, size, reproduction, 
food, angling qualities, & reaction to 
handling, & for others brief notes on 
appearance. 



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biatida, Y. & 59-6905 

N. Kav?asaki (1958) 
Bull. Freshw. Fish. Res. Lab. , Tokyo , 8(l); 

1-6 
Study on the toxicity of agricultural ' 
control chemicals in relation to fresh- 
water fisheries management. No. 2 
Toxicity of agricultural insecticides 
to Daphnia carinata King- 
Describes experiments testing toxicity 
of 14 agricultural insecticides on 
Daphnia carinata King. 



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Ling, J.K. (1958) 



59-6903 



Fish.Contr., Victoria , (8)î18 p. 

The status of the East Gippsland bream 

fishery 

General description of the fishery & 
discussion of catch statistics as 
total, & catch per man annually & 
monthly. 



Talceya, T. (1958) 



59-6906 



Bull. Freshw. Fish. Res. Lab. , Tokyo, 8(l)s 

7-14 
(Developmc atal change of labial plate in 
Chironomu s plumosu_s_ (Tendipedidae) and 
its age and length estimation). Ni En 

Presents data on use of labial plate of 
Chirononius j£ilj:Unosus_ in determining age & 
len-th estimate of larva. 



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j Bull . Fre shw . Fish . Re s . Lab . , Tokyo , (8). 

! 25-32 . 

! (An observation on Т i l^ap i a, mo s s атЪ i pa in 
pond referring- to the diurnal movement ' 
with temx^erature change). Ni En 

i 
Deals with the diurnal movement of ' 

T_. mossambica in relation to ciiant_^es in ¡ 

i tejnperature à oxygen content of the ' 

Î water. 



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i Shiraishij Y. & 

I E. Tokunaga (1958) 

Bull, Freshv/. Fish. Res, Lab. , Tokyo , (8)з 

I 33-43 

j (Spav/ning and its physical environment 

I of pond-smelt ( Hypomesus olidus ) in 

j lake Sagami), ïïi^ En 
i 

1 Describes spav/ning requirements. 



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Bull , Fre sh'vv . Fi sh . Re s . Lab « 



59-6909 
ToKjo., (8)0 



45-78 
Speciation in Cyprinid fishes on the ■ 
basis of intestinal dif ferentiationj 
with some references to that an;ong 
cato'^'^O'Tiids 

Describes characteristics of intestinal 
tracts of 3 races of crucian carp & 
suggests use as basis of ta}conomic 
separation. 



U.K. Herring Industry 59-6910 

Board (1959) 

Rep. Herring Ind.Bd Scotl ., 24^52 p. 
Twenty- fourth annual report, 1958 

The Board's report on the industry & 
its own activities, giving composition 
of tne Board, state of the fishery 
(catches, disposal of landings, 
composition of the fleet), commercial 
(x- statutory arrangements between the 
Board & the industry, report on 
marketing, production, research &, 
development, & public relations 
activities. 



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Lennon, E.E.- (1959) 59-6911 < 

Spec.sci.Rep.U.S.Fish Wildl.Serv . , (287) s 

13 p. , I 

The electrical resistivity meter in , 
fishery investigations 

Reviews the use of this equipment for ! 
estimating total dissolved solids 
content of waters, selection of gear ; 
for electrofishing, & doterniination of j 
velocity, stretch-out, dilution & 
effective range of a solute along the 
course of a river. 



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59-6912 



Spec. sei. Rep. U.S. Fish Wildl.Serv . , (272>' 

31 p. •' 

Doctoral dissertations on the management; 

and ecology of fisheries I 

Titles, extracted from the annual 
"Doctoral Dissertations Accepted by 
American Universities" 1951-52 to 1954- ; 
55?P^blished by H.W. Wilson Company, ;' 
New York, are grouped under subject 
headings^ degree for which presented, & ' 
University, are given. 



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Romaniuk, V.A. (1958) 



59-6913 



Bul I.Acad. Sc i. и. R.S.So , (^eophys. ) j ( 1 )g j 
54-64 ' 

(Determination of gravity at sea vi/ith | 
a pendulum. III.). Ru 



Shuleikiny V.V. , V.F-, Gushchin 59-6916 

& P.I. Pesnov (1958) 
Bull. Acad. Sei. U.R. S.S. , (деорЬуз . ) , (6) s' 

729-40 ; 

(Fluctuations of the heat halance in ! 
the Atlantic Ocean) . Ru ' 



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(1958) 59-6914 
Bul 1. Acad Sei. U.R. S. S. , (fi^eophys . ) j ( 1 ) g 
86-92 ■ ' 

(Measurement of texTiperature oscillation 
in the surface layar of the sea). Ru' 



Gal'perin, ЕЛ. & 59-691? ; 

I.P. Kosminskaia (1958) ' 

Bull. Acad. Sei. U.R. S.S. , (^eophys . ) » (Т)»- 

833-47 ■ 

(Some features of the method of deep 
seismic sounding in the sea). Ru : 



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Khlopov, V.V. (1958) 



59-6915 



Bull. Acad. Sei. U.R. S.S. , (¡g'eophys . ) , (2 

235-43 
(Changes in the mixing coefficient 
according to observations in the Black 
Sea) . Ru 



Mamaev, O.I. (1958) 59-6918 ! 

Bull.Acad.Sei«U.R.S.S. , (geophys . ) , ( 7 ) s. 

870-5 I 

(The effect of stratification on the ; 

vertical turbulent mixing in the sea). | 
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Pertsev, Б. Fe (1958) 59-6919 ! Klivan, А. P. (1958) 59-6922 

Bull. Acad, Sei. U.R. S. S,, (ft-eophys .), (8)î| Bull . Acad.Sci.U.E. S, S, , (^eo-phys. ), (1C> 
946-58 , 1202-10 



j (Harmonie analysis of elastic tides). 
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Legen'kovj A. P. (1958) 59-6920 
Bull .Aead.Sci.UoR.S.S. , ((.^eophys . ) , (8) s i 
989-94 I 

(Free plane oscillations of an ideal I 
homogeneous liquid in an infinite canal | 
of variable section). Ru i 



(The field of v/ind waves in a shallov*^ j 
lake). Ru 1 



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Kolesnikovj A.G. & 59-6923 

I.I. Speranskaia (1958) ' 

Bui I.Acad. Sei. U.R. S.S. , (geophys . ) , (ll)s' 

1351-9 ; 

(An apparatus for determination of heat • 
flow). Ru I 



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59-6921 



Bull. Acad. Sei. U.R. S.S. ,' (fteophys . ) , (8)s; 
1029-32 ; 

(Relation between microsoism observed in 
the Crimea and the meterological 
conditions over the Black Sea)« Ru 



Kolesnikov« A.G. & 



59-6924 



A.A. Speranskaia (1958) 
Bull. Acad. Sei. U.R. S.S. , (^eophys . ) , (12 

1463-9 
(The diurnal rise of temperature in 
water in spring and the rate of thawing 
of the base of ice cover in reservoirs) 

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59-6925 



Francs y. eche , 4(29)s21-4 

Les études des architectes navals de la 

F.A.O. sur les bateaux do recherches 

scientifiques du sud de l'Afrique 

(The studies Ъу FAC Naval Arcîiitects 

on South African scientific research 

vessels) 

Account of international collaboration 
in the design of the SARjDBTOFS & the 
TRACHURUSj with inforiuation on the 
features of these vessels» 



E.P. (1959) 59-6928 ; 

France Peche , 4(30): 24-7 { 

Les langoustiers bretons en Mauritanie ; 
(Jjobstor fishors from Brittany in Mauritania) 



Popular account of the fishery, its 

grounds gear^ boats & bait. Trawling ^ 
Statistics» 



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59-6926 



France pêche , 4(29)? 26-33 
Eléments nouveaux sur la migration des 
thons (îTew elements on the migration 
of tunas) 

Restatement of results from GFCM papers 
on the application of echo-sounders to 
the study of tuna migration. 



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Franco 



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(1959) 
Pêche, 4(3ü)s3C-2 



L3S oiseaux et la peche 
fishery) 



59-6929 

(Birds and 



Popular noto on birds feeding on fish-, 
thoir value as indicators of the 
presence of fish, & of meteorolo¿,ical 
conditions. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-692? 

France pêche , 4(29)0 39-40 
Ficho technique du sprat et du rouget- 
barbet (Fishery card on sprat and 
red mullet) 



Anonymous (1959) 59-6930 

France pêche , 4( 30 )o 49-50 
Fiche technique de la cardine et du 
grondin gris (Fishery card on 
megrim and grey gurnard) 



Detachable cardSj ill.j giving biology. Detachable cards, ill. giving biology, 
habitat, fishing, catch, commercial use habitat, fishing, catch, commercial use 



of Clupea sprattus & Mullus barbatus 



of Zeug^pterus me^astoma or Lepidorhombu^ 
megastoma à Trigla fi-urnadus » \ 



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59-6931 



Bull. franc oPÍ3c о, ЗС(186)г5-21. 
Problèmes ¿u repeuplement des régions 
â brème et à ЪагЪеаи dans les ea^ox 
continentales françaises (Some 
problems on restocking French 
continental '.-/aters with, bream and red 
mullet) 

Discusses principal causes for decline 
in populations, methods of restocking? 
describes nesting à egg boxes, & 
social aspects of restocking. 



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Lsnier, Ro (1959) 59-6934 

France -pêche ,, 40(31) 22-8 
Que savons-nous des océans? (V/hat 
do we knov/ about the oceans?) 

Popular note on marine phenomena & 
sea-monsters о 



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Grasset, 0. (1957) 59-6932 

Bull. franc. Pi sc . 9 3C( 186); 22-5 

La production piscicole et l'envasement 

(Fish production and silting) 

General discussion of fish production Ó: 
the effects of siltation» 



Kurc, G. à 59-6935 

A. Percier (1959) 
France юосЬз , 40(3l)s34-42 
La pêche a la lumière - Les essais de 
l'Institut Scientifique des Pêcnes 
(Fishing and light - The attempts of 
the ''InLtitut oient if iqu.e des Г'есЬея 

Description of this method of fishing, 
v/ith diagrajTiS & photographs. Eeprint 
of Sei. Pêche , April-May 1959- 



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Llolard, J, (1959) 59-6933 

Prance pêche , 40(31 ) s 17-21 , 60 
L'industrie marocaine des pêches 
(Lloro ccan fisheries industry) 

Review of j-'^oduction, fishing x^ethods, 
handling, m.arketing & distribution, 
& administration v/itr. some detail on 
the sardine ác tuna fisheries. 



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AnonjTnous (1959) 59-6936 

France L-êche , 40(31)^49-50 
Fiche technique de la coquille Saint- 
Jacques (Fishery card on escallop) 

Detachable cards, ill., giving biology, 
habitat fishing, catch, commercial use 
of Pectén m.aximus. 



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Richj W,H. (1959) 59-6937 

Seattle, WashinAton , 12 p. 
Pend Oreille Lake? Idahos - Analysis of 
creel census data for I958 and resume 
of the eight y oar study 

Tabulation of indices of abundance for 
the years I95I to I958 based on ( 1 ) 
number of fishermen interviev^/ed^ (2) 
number cf hours fishing reported j 
(3) number of kokanee caught j & 
discussion with regard to evidence on 
the ase comi-osition of the stocks. 



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Anonymous (1958) 

Bol. Pesca , 1l(60)i12-9 

Pescarlas e cooperaçao internacional 

(Fisheries and international cooperation 

Portuguese translation of 59-3229« 



Demel, K. (1959) 59-6939 

War s z a'vv a , P an s t vv » Z ak j^ « "íiíydawn i с tw 

S'zkolnych , 148 p.j 3rd ed. 
3iologia morza (Marine biology) 

j'irst edition in 1927« 



Soekarno^ R. (1959) 59гб940 

Occ.Pap.Indo-Pacif oFish. Coun . , 59/7«6 p» 

mimeo 
The function and significance of fish- 
culture in relation to the regional 
village economy 

General discussion of the socio-economic 
role of fishculture in Indonesia. 
Gives some production figures. 
Reissue of 59-606I . 



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Michigan. Department of 59-6941 j 

Conservation (l958) 1 

Bienn.Rep.Dep. Conserv. , Michigan , (19)« 1 

98 p. 5 1957-1958 ; 

I 

Brief summary of states fishery ■ 1 
program & highlights of findings. 



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Chang, C.Wo (1959) 



59-6942 
FAQ Reg. Off. for Asia and the Far East , 

Bangkok ; 51 P» 
Lists of government agricultural 
organizations and selected agricultural 
j colleges^ together v;ith names of their 
I chief administrators, by countries in 
I Asia and the Far East 



MG 



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2(8)s55 



Postel, Eo (1958) 59-6943 

Etud. Outre-Mer ^ ( Augo Sept »Oct . ) ? 11 p. 
Biologie marine et evolution des pêches 
maritimes dans les territoires d'outre- 
mer (Marine biology and evolution 
of marine fisneries in the overseas 
territories) 

Contains a brief historical reviev/ of 
the development of the organization of 
fisheries research in French territories, 
a detailed description of the present 
organization ¥\iith information on 
laboratories staff & research vesselSj 
description of research carried out & 
obtained results j research required & 
general bibliography. 
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¡ Plack 5 P.A. (1957) 



59-6946 



Thesis, Univoof Cambridge, U.K » | 
The vitamin A of some marine Crustacea 
and its metabolism 

Chemical study of extracts from 
euphausids^ Me ;- , any с t i ph an e s & Thy sano essa 
spp. & decapods 5 P and alu s spp. 



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Carter^ N.CcC, 



(1957) 



59-6944 

Tnesis, Univ. of Cambridge, U.K . 
Studies on the cultivation of Suglena 
spirogyra 

Investigation of suitable media & 
techniques. 



Sneltonj G, (1957) 59-6947 

Thesis, Univ. of Cam.bridge, U.K . 
Respiratory movements and their 
nervous regulation in teleost fish 

Simultaneous ciné records of breathing- 
movements & pressure changes in buccal 
ОС opercular cavities of Salmo _truttaj 
Rutilus rutilus & Tinea tinea. 



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Anthony, S.H. (1957) 

Thesis, Univ. of Cmabridge, Ü.K 

The effects of thermal environment upon 

the blood of goldfish <, Caras sius aura tu s 

Determination of capacity & affinity for 
oxygen of blood from fish acclimatised 
at ran¿e 5 - 3C°C¿; &. of importance of 
haemoglobin for respiration. 



59-6945 Loebj H.Ao (1959) 



59-6948 



IT. Y. Fish Game J ., 6.(l)c114-6 

General notes - Temperature-controlled 

aquarium tanks 

Describes effective <, relatively 
inexpensive 3 - 5^0 gallon aquarium 
construction« 



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2(8)s56 



Kelly, W.H. & 

H.A. Loeb (1959) 
N.Y.Fish Game J « ^ б ( 1 ) ; 11 S'-20 



Inexpensive tag 
laboratory fish 



for idüntifying 



Contents as per title. 



59-6949 ■■ Anantaramanj S» & 59-6952 

■ S. Krishnaswamy (1958) 

I J.zool. Sog. India , 10(1)з1-3 

■ Тс traphyll idean larvae in the marine 
I copepodj Su calanus ps^udattenue-tus 

i Seví/ell, from the Madras coast 



Brief dG script ion 



FiB?wcb 



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Kellys W.H. (1959; 

IT. Y. Fish Ganie J . , 6(l)?il8-9 

A f ish-holdinp' device 



59-6950 



Describes construction of an ¿fficiont 
holding device for large individual 
fish. 



Tampij P.R.So (1958) 59-6953 

J.zool .So c.India , 1 С ( 1 ) s 1 5-3 2 

The anatOi:iy of Ar m and i a leptocirris 
Grube (Polychaeta) 

The anatomy of the corimon Cpheliid 
polychaete Armand i a leptoci rris 
occurring in the intertidal areas in 
Krusadai Island in the Gulf of Mannar 
is described pointing out the salient 
comparative anatomical features with 
those of other known Opheliids. 



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Brookj A.J. (1958) 
Pro C.R.Ir ish Acad. , 59BS71-91 
Desmids from the plankton of some 
Irish loughs 



59-6951 , HaiT.amoorthi, K. (1958) 

JoZool.Soc .Indi_a, 10(l)s33-8 



. 59-6954 



Paper deals with morphology of the 
more interesting & unusual desmids. 



Chromosomes of Vivi' arus dissimilis 
(Mull er) and Viviparus bengalensis 
(Lamarck) (Prosobranchia - Gastropoda) 

Contents as per title. 



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Krishnamoorthis K.P. (1958) 59-6955 
J. zoo I.So с. India , 1ü(l)s49-53 
Changes in the free amino acids in the 
différant stages of ovary of the fish.; 
Labeo fiiiibriatus (Bloch) ^ I.yst ub 
seenfihala ( Syke s ) and Boleo yhthalmus 
boddaerti (Day) 

Contents as per title. 



Swarupj H« (195З) . 59-6958 
J.z ool.Soc.India , 1 : IO8- 1 3 
Ahncrmal development , in the temperature- 
treated egrn of Gasterostcus aculoatus 
(L.).^ I cleavage abnormalities 

Contents as per title. 



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Rangarajan, Ko (1958) 
JoZool.Soc.India , 10(l)s54-67 
Diurnal tidal cycle in Vellar estuary 



59-6956 i Sriramulu, V, (1958) 



59-6959 



JoZOol.Soc.India, 10s 114-9 



: Quantitative study of the amino acids 

! in the development of Cry z i as melastigma 

Tides à tidal range ç, temperature changes^' (McClelland) 

salinity 5 oxygen 5 carbonates & 



bicarbonates J currents ^ turbidity 
plancton. 



Quantitative study of the amino acids & 
amino nitrogen during the development of 
Gry z i as melastifima (McClelland). 



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Natarajan, E. (1953) 
J.zool.Soc«India , 10: 103-7 
Chromosomes of some estuarine 
Basommatophorous snails (IV'oIIue 
Pulmonata) from. Portonovo 



59-6957 Alikunhi, KoH, 



>cai 



(1958) 



59-6960 



J.zool.Soc.Ináia , 102 120-47 
Notes on a collection of stomatopod 
larv.-.e fro;.- the Bay of Bengal j off the 
Mahanad i es tuary 



The karyotypes of 3 representatives of 1 
Basommatophorous snails belonging to tlie ' 
family Ellobiidae have been studied j & 
chromosome numbers of these spp. reported; 
for the first time. 



Morphological cc distributional notes on 
spp о of Squilla & Lysiosquilla. 



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■■ I "- 't i T fc I I 



Swaininatharij So {^SЗ^) 59-'^>ó1 ^ 

JoZool.ScG,Indi_a., 10:150-4 i 

The amino acids '„f tl^o crystalline style j 
oí T e 1 e s с о -p ium t e 1 e s с о p ium (Linn.) j 

i 
The amine cxid coni]..Gsition of the 
crysta-lline style of Toi jscopiu a 
to'loscopium (Linn.) has boon studied & | 
comparsd with that of Sanguinolaria I 
di'phos Graelin., & Mac t га sulcataria. ' 
{Reeve) , 



Tart 

T o,->- 



V. (195s 



59-6964 



:í).Zoo1.. , 1 39 ■• 479-505 

Specific inhioition of the огаГ 
pria:''-rdiuhi Ъу forrjed oral structures 
ii; St-.ntor coeruleus 



ICx^.eriiYicntal С:тГогус1сз1с5.1 examination 
of the formation of the ora.l primordium 
in the presence cf intact organelles & 
of the consequences of various 
o::cisions & graftings. 



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Jain, S.L. (1958) 59-6962 

J . zool . See .India ., 10-155-64 
New species of the genus Urocleidus 
Mueller y 1934 s from the gill filaments 
of some Indian fishes 



Two new spp» of the genus LTrocleidus 
Mueller 9 1934? namely U» xenentodoni & 
II' rhy n с oh de 1 1 i ^ recovered from 
Aonentodon iL^i¿cila_ (Hamilton) & 
Rhyncohdella .acuij_ata (Bloch). 



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Greenfield^ L, et al. (195'^) 59-6S'65 
J .je;.!!) с Zopi. ? 139 »507-24 
Cyclic biochc;:-ical changes in several 
e chino derm s 

Study of the classes of substances 
that accumulate in the gonads of 
urchinss ОС starfishes, &, in the latter 
in the pyloric caeca as wells during 
an annual reproductive cycle» 
Composition of the perivisceral fluid 
■vvas also studied;; in addition to 
determining organic substances, amount 



5 ' 



of water present 



ash content- of 



tissues was aetermined. 



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j Johnson^ J. Ho (1958) 59-6963 

■ 5 д)_е с .sei •^e_£_._TJ ^ . Fi sh .V i 1 d 1 ^_е г v , , (267) 

I -■ 84 p." " ' " ' '^ 

I Surface-current studies of Saginaw Bay 

j and Lake Huron, 1956 
i 

j Study of the surface currents by using 
j drift bottles & dynaiiiic- height 

method. Correlation of the direction cf 
the currents with the direction cf 
prevailing. 



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Oliver 5 J.H. (n.d) 59-6966 

23 p. _ . ' 

The hydrology of the sands of Längsten 
Harbour 

Determination of soluble phosphate, 
silicate, reduced iron & nitrogen in 
the waters •'^: in tk^ sands of Längsten 
Harbour, comparison of these findings 
with those for the surrounding sea & 
correlation witl. meteorological 
phenoxmena. Discussion of the importance 
of assessing x-'9.rticulate ferric 
IDhosphate wlien leaking studies of inshore 
water nutrients. 



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^:^"б9б7 



Ailier i can Ilctcorologioc-il 

Society- (1959) 
Met.AljG-cr.y 10(1) 1-174 



Contains annotated current references 
arranged by subject,^ r- incl. celective 
annotated Ъ1Ъ11о£гарЬу on Gelected 
vrorks of Charles Ernest Pelharn Brooks., 
Y/liich. latter is arranged as follo\7S., 
Introduction,; Out] ine of contenter^- 
Major worktS; Shorter articles '"■. 
monographs. List of relevant jor_rnals: 
author, geographical ■" subject indexes 



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T.A. 



(1 






59-6970 



Tech . Bull « Sqc. nay« Ar chi t . mar_, Si2¿¡rs^ 

Transoceanic routing of ships hased 
upon mcteor'olo£:ical forecasts 

IÎA 10(1 )u2. A Cotailed report on a 
partially controlled study of speed o'X 
27 trans-Atlantic ship crossings 
during Jan. 1955 -РеЪ. 1956^ using the 
usual Great Circle Routes vs. using 
a rcite planned on the hasis of 
individualir^ed forecasts of 
meteorological ". océanographie 
conditions expected en route. Methods 
arc descr:.hed -" ill„ 

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Langlo, K. (1957) 
Lull . '.■.orl c. met . Or 



iiL^ 



6(1) 10-3 



59-6968 



becond session of the commission for 
maritime meteorology 

MA 10(1) 47. Summary of activities & 
recommendations made at the 2nu session 
of MÍO ОЖ at Ham.hurg on Oct. 16-31 ^ 
1956. 



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(195Ö) 



Jolas 



C.E.Acad. Sei . с, 



59-6969 
246.1659-61 
Sur le calcul approché de la houle 
ir r о t a t i onnel 1 e ( Appr oxima t e 
calculation of the irrotational surge) 

MA 10(1) 77« Explains. Ъу elementary 
means the Stokes formulas used for the 
approximate calculation of the plane ^ 
periodic 5 irrotational;, permanent wave 
of small amplitude. 



ста 



Moriyasu, S. (195Ö) 59-6971 
Mem.mar. Ohs. Kohe, 1 2 ( 2 ) j 1 ~1 8 
Seasonal variations of v/ater 
temperature and chlorinity in the 
upper layer (Cn the fluctuation of 
the Kuroshio south of Honshu^, Tt. 2) 

MA 10(1)257« Dynamical consideration 
is not made hut diffusion ec¡_uation 
is used to explain variation. 



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'.ustj G. ^ E. IToodt 59-6972 

r E. Kagneier (l957) 
Kieler Meer esfor sch. ^ 13(2) 163-85 
Die Verteilung von Temperatur ;, 
Salzgehalt und Dichte 
(Distrihution cf temperature j 
salinity and density) 

MA 10(1)258. Serial observations 
supjplemented 'bj measurements with an 
electrical-resistance-thermometer ¿. 
carried out on the R.V. SUDPALL in 
July-Aug. 1956 made it possible to 
construct more detailed longitudinal 
section of temperature y salinity ^ ? 
density through the Baltic ^ from 



PAO/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(3). 60 



59-6972 
(Card 2) 
Kiel Bay to the Gulf of Finland. Some 
insi£;]it is gained into the complicated 
micro-stratification of this brackish 
sea. Consequences for further 
investigations are discussed.. 



i\merican lleteorolo^ical 

Society (1959) 
Ilet.Ahstr. , 10(2) 175-330 



59-6976 



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II 



Alhrccht, F.H.ÏÏ. (1958) 59-6974 
Geofis.pur.appl. ., 39-194-^15 
Unter su chun^jen иЪег den ïïarmeurnsatz an 
der MeeresoЪerfläche und die 
Ileercsströmuni^en im Indischen Ozean 
(Research on the heat exchange at the 
sea surface and the currents in the 
Indian Ocean) 

MA 10(1)259. The Indian Ocean IT of 35"s'' 
seems to Ъе an isolated water mass - a 
to heat halance - hut calculations 
shoTAi in this article refute this 
assumption; actually the ocean loses 
heat J which is replaced Ъу ocean 
currents in the equa.torial zone during 
northern Summer. The text deals v/i'uh 



Contains annotated current references 
arranged Ъу subject ^ c.; incl. selective 
annotated hihliography on tornado 
analysis and forecasting^ which latter 
is arranged as follov/s¡ Introductionr 
Outline of contents.; Supplementary 
material. List of relevant journals:^ 
author J geographical •' suhject indexes^ 



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59-6974 
(Card 2) 

theory; charting heat - radiation r- 
cloud cover - halance;, charts of heat 
exchange at the sea surface; the annual 
heat halance c. sea surface temperature 
regime; the current system; heat 
exchange & sea surface temperature in 
the drifting -./ater masses; "■ with the 
net heat halance. Data from the 
Australian radiation netv/ork were used 
in calculations of energy received. 



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Long-uet-HigginSj U.S. (1957)59-6977 
Phil. Trans. , 249A(966)s321-c7 
Statistical analysis of a random. 



movinr. 



airiace 



MA 10(2)25. Theoretical treatise on th(i 
statistical properties of v/aves in the 
open ocean. Divided into 3 major parts 
1) Description of the surface; 2) 
Statistical properties; З) ^ method of 
determining the energy spectrum ¿ its 
relation to ohservahle statistical 
properties. 



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Miyake, Y. (195^) 59-6978 

Ann. int . geopliys . Yea r , 1957-58^ 5(5)359 
J'othods for the measurements of 
radioactivity in sea \4'ater 

KA 10(2)68. Ilan-made radioactive 
elements in sea v/ater are co- 
precipitated with a small amount of 
iron ("■ harium from sea Y/ater¡, as 
hydroxide ~ sulphate respectively. 
Method was applied to m.easure the 
distribution of the radioactivity in 
the ITorth lacifio ocean. 



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2(8). 61 



59- 



■6979 



Ito, N. (195S) 

J. met «Res. y 10 ( 3 ) ' 1 7 З-С 

On the evaporation from the Jax^an Sea 

during- the winter monsoon 

MA 10(2)194. Calculates the differences! 
of moistures c. those of sensible heat 
energies in the atmospheric columns 
between two stations. 



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American Meteorological 

Society (1959) 
Met.Ahstr. , 10(3)^331-498 



59-6980 



Contains annotated current refere:-Acei 



arranged bj subject 



inol. selective 



annotated bibliography of recent 
literature on soil moisture ^ which 
latter is arranged as follov/s: 
Introduction; List of items previously 
published in MAB on soil moisture;, 
Subject outline;, Supplementary material 
List of relevant journals j author <> 
geographical '^ subject indexes. 



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Deut s che s Ну dr ographi s ch e s 
Institut (1958) 



59-6981 



R£:mbur^. 758 



■.^x. 



îiordsee-Iiandbuch östlicher Teil von 
Ilanstholm- bis Terschelling 
(llandbooh of the ITorth Sea^ eastern 
ection from Eanstholm to Terschel" ing. 

MA 10(3)27. The 12th edition of this 
standard "Coast Pilot" for the eastern 
part of the south coast of the ITorth 
Sea contains revised material from the 
Dutch 5 Danish Í: German coastal survey 
charts. German Hydrographie Institute 
is described. 

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Japan. Meteorological 59-^982 

Agency (1957) 
Oceanogr . Re p. ^ Tokyo ¡,. 6 ( 4 ) - 2 5 3 p • j 

MA 10(3)71. Series of detailed j 
oceanogra:öhic studies gives in tables^ i 
cross sections J isopleth charts с 
graphSj an analysis of tempera,ture¡, j 
chlorinity, planliton^ current velocityl 
dissolved oxygen '" phosphate j 

conditions in particular areas around ; 
Jaioa,n<. 



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American Meteorological 59-^983 

Agency (1959) 
Met.Abstr. , 10(4) 499-661 

Contains annotated current references 
arranged by subject^ '"' incl. selective 
annotated bibliography on 
thunderstorm sf erics (supplement), 
which latter is arranged as follows с 
Outline of contents;. Supplementary 
material. List of relevay^t journals; 
author y geographical ": subject 
indexes. 



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Zakharov, L.A. C- 59-6984 

lu.V. Istoshin (1957) 
Met.Gidrolog. , ( 1 ) 6O-I 
Vtoraia sessiia Komissii m.orskoi 
meteorologii Vsemirnoi 
noteorologicheskoi organizatsii 
(Second session of the Commission on 
Maritime Meteorology of the V/orld 
Meteorological Organisation) 

IÍA 10(4)30. Questions discussed .-'- 
resolutions adopted are summarized. 
These incl. an album of illustration; 
abbreviations of ice nomenclature^ the 
formulation of an ice code;; questions 
dealing with the measurement of sea 



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Fi.O/ 59/10/7201 



2(8). 62 



59-6984 
(Card 2) 
Durface temperature, oЪservation Oí 
reporting of visiЪility at sea, 
aerological observations from commeroia!. 
vessels ;, increase in the пшпЪег of 
vessels c-. personnel enga^jed in hydro- 
meteorological observations^ 
preparation of marine climatolo^ical 
atlases. 



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Hamaev, O.I. 



(195 



Bull. All-Un./'^'eOt'^r. So с 
II. IT. Hililukho-Maklai '. 
( I] . N . II ikl ukho -Makl a ï 
océano grapher) 



7) 59-6906 

^_ 89(3) '255-9 

-;ak okeanograf 
as an 



LIA 10(4)60. The various océanographie 
ohservíitions made of Y/ater temperature 
in the Pacific, near the western coast; 
of South -^merica^ near Ilev/ Guinea ^ etc, 
are described. His océanographie 
Y:ritings are cited. 



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Siren, A. (1957) 59-6987 

G oophysica, Helsinki ., 4(3): 113-5 
Henrik Rengqvist^ in memoriam 

^7i 10(4)61. Short bibliography. 



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Kitaïgorodskiï, S.A. (i 957) 59-6988 
Bull. Acad. Sci.ÏÏ. Г:._Ь. S. (Oeof . ) , (9) - 

1118-32 
О koeffitsiente vertikal 'nogo 
turbulentnogo оЪшепа v more 
(Coefficient of the vertical 
turbulent exchange in the sea) 

MA 10(4)70. The fundcimental results 
of the application of a "semi-empirica;. 
theory,- of turbulence'' to dynamic 
processes in the sea are examined. A 
simplified method for calculating the 
coefficient of turbulent exchange 
produced by the simultaneous action of 
wind waves "-. currents is used. 
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Sugiura, J. (1958) 59-6989 

J. net. Res., Tokyo , 1G(7)c549-53 

On the sea conditions in the Okhotsk 



sea 



MA- 10(4)72. Seasonal variations of the 
temperature, the chlorinity ¿- the 
current velocity in the Soya warm 
current area •" the Okhotsk cold water 
area v/ere studied, based on 15 sets of 
océanographie data taken in the period 
between I948 •" 1957- 



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•6990 



Miyazaki, M. (1.957) 

Oceanogr.Mag. -, 9(2;: 209-25 

On storm surges which recently struck 

the Japanese coast 

MA 10(4)186. Summary report on surges 
during the period I9OO through 1957« 



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2(3)сбЗ 



г ore 

Hon.' 



A. (1957) 



59-6991 



"ea-bh.Eev. , 'ïasli. , G5( 1 2) . 3С5-92 



Ocean surface waves produced by .some j 
roc ent hurr i ca n e s | 

MA 10(4)196. An analysis of v/ave C- swelt 
conditions in 6 recent hurricanes - 
"Hazel" s 1954; "Connie", "Diane" .' \ 

"Janet", 1955^ "Betsy" I956 à the Gulf j 
hurricane of 1950. Composite charts of 
wave height, direction c"- period are 
given for different stages of each 
storm r-',. composite wind chart for 
"Connie" '". "biane". 



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Lister, B.A.J. (1959) 59-6994 

Discovery , 20.332-9 

The safe disposal of radioactive 

v/astes 



Incl. discussion of disposal of 
v;astos in sea & rivers - method; 
hazards, control. 



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Pishor, E,L. (1958) 
"^.Met., 15(2). 164-71 



59-6992 



j-y 



The exchange of energy Ъetvveen the sea 
and the atmosphere in relation to 
hurricane hehavior 

MA 10.(4;21c. A previous study having 
su.¿-gested a relationship between sea- 
surface temperatures c"; hurricane 
behavior, it was felt that the ! 
mechanism producing this effect must bej 
the eddy flux of energy from sea to air'/ 
in the vicinity of a hurricane. This i 
investigated synoptically Ъу means of 
the equations used Ъу Jacobs. 



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Ano nyra о u s ( 1 9 5 9 ) 



59-6993 



Dií 



cove ry_^ 20 s 330 



Giba colloquium on ageing 



Editorial note on symposium, with 
roference to discussion of fish 
longevity. 



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Croóme, A. (1959) 



59-6995 



Discovery, 20352 

Geophysics and space research - 

elevation beneath Arctic Ocean 



High 



On February 15? 1959? Russian North- 
Pole-6 drifting station recorded a 
depth of only 24OO feet beneath the 
floe on v/hich the station is located, 
at 86^54 ЧТ, 6l°40'E, a position about 
217 miles from the geographical pole 
!■. 347 miles north of Franz Josef Land. 



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Clarke, A. (l957) 
London^ F. Müller , 224 P« 
The deep range 



59-6996 



A novel dealing i/7Íth future 
possibilities of plankton "farm.ing" 
¿c "herding" marine animals. 



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2(8):б4 



Fletclierj T.J. (1959) 
Discovery^ 20:35^ 
The deep range 

Reviev/ of 59-6996. 



59-6997 



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Ganapati;, P.II. j D.G.V. 



59-6998 



Prasacla Пао ¿vM.V.L. Rao (1959) 
Curr.Sci., 28 L- 246-7 
Bioluminescence in Visakha-Patnam 
harbour 



Report of the occurrence which v/as 
caused by the presence of Pericinium 
gran i i Ostenfeld;, with notes on their 
hioluminescent behaviour. 



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Seshaiya, R.V. (1959) 
Curr.Sci._¿_ 28-260-1 



59-7000 



Perspectives in narine biology 
Review of 59-6769. 



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Hennemuth, R. C. (l959) 59-7001 
Bull, interam. trop. Tuna Com_m_._^ 3 ( 6 ) ^ 

241-304 
Morphoraetric comparison of skipjack 
from the central and eastern tropical 
Pacific ocean. Sn Es 



Investigation of the population 
structure of the stocks of skipjack 
inhabiting the eastern tropical 
Pacific fishing region 5 "-. of their 
relations v/ith the stocks of other 
fishing arear, in the central Pacific. 
Based on analysis of samples of 
morphometrical data collected from 
several areas \/ithin the eastern 



59- 



Sathyaneaan^ A.G. (1959) 

Cur r. Sei. , 23c247-8 

On the structural and functional 

differences between the anterior 

posterior testis in the catfish^ 

seenghala (Sykes) 



Eistologieal note relating to seasonal 
changes of the gonad. 



•6999 



ana 
liystus 



FAO glk 



F 



Р.гО/ 59/1 0/7 201 



PacifiCy '". the Hawaiian 
Marquesas island areas. 



59-7001 
(Card 2) 
Society- 









GLi:„rch 



2(8):65 



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IPFC (1957) 59-7003 

IPFC 7th Sess.F¿ip.(minieo)> IPVO/O^l/ 

SII:. S Rev. 1 
Heport on the symposium on fish 
culture in rice fields 



FiB: 



Mitra 5 G.lí. (1957) 59-7006 

IPFC Tth Sess . P ap.(niraeo), IPFC/C37/ 

Pisciculture in reclaimed ST/-ainps and 
its role in rura,l economy in Orissa 



FiB 



Ardiwinatay R.O. (1957) 59-7004 

IPFC 7th Sess.Pap.-(niirr;eo), IPFa/G57/ 



1 



Fishculturc on paddy fields in 
Indonesia 



FiB: 



F 



Pillayy T.Y.R. r- 59-7007 

3. Bose (1957) 

IPFC 7th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC' 05 ' ''' 



¿V... 



1 



GЪser■vations on the culture of 

Drackishrra-ter fishes in paddy fields 
in ïïest Ben¿-al (india) 



^í'iiJ^ 



MP 



Johnson J Г.. С, Í- 



Т.Е. Davison (1957) 



59-7005 



Johj ^\J. (1957) 



59-7 осе 



IPFC 7th Sess.Pap.(n:imeo); IPFC/C57/ 



IPFC 7th oess.Pap. (niiir.eo) ; lPFC/037/ 



C?l--. ¿ 



Food-fish farming' in the United States 

of imerica 



Fish culture in rice fields - A 
preliminary review and annotated 

Ъ1Ъ11о{;:гарЬу 



FiB; 



MF 



FAO/59/10/7201 



2(G):66 



Oao-Thiên-Buu (1957) 59-7009 
IPFC 7th Ses s,Fap.(mimeo ), IPFC/037/ 

zm. 7 

Quelques essais de rizipisciculture au 
Sud-Viêt-Nam ( Some trials of rice 
fish-ç3ulture in South Vietnam) 



PiB 



Otsuy T. & 59-7010 

R*li. Uchida (1957) 
IPFC 7th Sess«Pap".(mime o), I PF : j/ C57/ 

Tllcil 2 
Age determination of а1Ъасоге Ъу the 
vertebral method 



PiBs 



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Kohayashiy S. & 59-7011 

ïî. Hirata (1957) 
IPFC 7th rjess«Pap.(raimeo), IPFC;/C57 / 

t:.ch 4 

Нот/ should the time of food-supply he 
controlled in fish-culture? 



FiB; 



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Hayashij 0. (1957) 59~7012 

IPFC 7th 5ess.Fap.(mimeo), IPF C/C5.7j^ 

TECIi 6 
A review on age determination of the 
Pacific tunas 



FiB 



Ronciuillo^ I, A. '". 59-7013 

A. de Jesus (l957) 
IPFC 7th Sess .Pap.(m imeo), IPFC/C57/^ 

TECH о 
Hotes on grovring of 1аЪ-1аЪ in Bangos 
nursery ponds 



FiB: 



MF 



Ronquillo J I, A. '"■■ 59-7014 

E. Villamater (1957) 
IPFC 7th Sess.Pap_. (mimeo), IPFC/G57/. 

TBCH 10 
Ohservations on artificial feeding of 
hang о s fry^ Chano s chano s (Forskai) 



FiB: 



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Fi.O/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(8)c67 



Sulit , J. I. 5, 



U.S. Es/^juerra 59-7')15 

& ÏÏ.R. НаЪапа! (1957) 
IFFC 7th Sess.Pap, (mimoo) , 1Р?С/С37/ 

TECI-I 12 
Fertilisation of Ъап£0 5 nursery ponds 
with commercial chemical fertilizer 



FiB: 



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Vaas^ A. c, 59-7010 

van Oven (1957) 
IPFC 7th SesG.rap.(mimeo), IPFC/C57/ 

TECH 14 
On the use of mary^^old ( Tithonia 
diversifolia Gray) as green manure in 
Indonesian carp ponds 



FiB s 



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■i 



Vaas, К. F. (l957) 59-7016 

IPFC 7th Sess.Pap, (mimeo), IPFC/G57/ 

TECH 13- 1 
Studies on food and feeding haЪits of 
the comilón ca.rp in Indonesian ponds - 
l) Changes in the diet during growth 



FiB 



Vaasj K.P. (1957) 59-701 T" 

IPFC 7th Sess.Pap. (mim eol;_IPFC/C57../ 

TECH 13-11 
Studies on the food and feeding hahits 
of the common carp in Indonesia - 
11) The food of the common carp in 
ponds in various circumstances 



FiBs 



Vaas, A. & 59-7019 

van Oven ( 1 957) 
IPFC 7th bess.Pap. (mimeo), IPFC/C57/ 

TECH 15 

Experim.ents on different stocking rates 
of the common carp ( Cyprinus carpió L. ) 
in nursing pond. s 



FiB 



Socseno. lî.S. (1957) 



IPFC 7th Sess.Pap . (mi meo) 



59-7020 
IFFC/C57/ 



TECH 16 

Some notes on a tendipedide larva of 
the plumo sus-type from Java 



FiB; 



FAO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8)î68 



Djajadiredja¡, R.H. (1957) • 59-70^^1 
irFC 7th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C37/ 

TECH 17 
A ijrcliminary report of the 
introduction of the Philippine type 
nurnery in Indonesia 



Yamanaka^ H. (1957) 



59-7024 



FiB' 



MF 



IPFC 7th SesG,Fap.(mimeo), IPFC/C37/ 

TECH 22 
On the currents in the Solomon seas 
from the drift of tuna long-lines 
between June and August in the years 
1952 and 1953 



FiB: 



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Rahanal, H.R. &z 59-7Ö22 

L.V. Hosillos (1957) 
IPFC 7th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C37/ 

TECH 20 
Control of less desirable exotic 
species of fish competing with or 
harmful to desirable indigenous 
species in inland waters in the 
Piiilip)pines 



FiB с 



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Honma, M. ¿г ■ ■ 59-7023 

T. ICaraimura (1957) 
IPFC 7th rJess,Pap.(rnimeo), IPFC/ C57/ 

TECH 21 
Studies on the albacore - V. The 
fishing condition and size of albacore 
in the South Pacific Ocean 



FiB; 



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Ueyanagi, G. (l957) 59~7025 
IPFC 7th Sess.Pap. (mimeo), IPFC/ 057/ 

TECH 24 
On the young of the black marlin, 
Eumakaira nigra Hakamura 



FiB s 



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Mimura^ К. (1957) 59-7026^ 

IPFC 7th S e s s . Pap , ( mim ее), IP F C/ 05 7/. 

ТЕСЕ 23 
Length frequencies of big-eye tuna 
caught from the Indo-Australian 
Archipelago area 



FiB г 



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pao/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(G) 69 



Kikav/a, С (1957) 59-7027 

IPFC 7th SeGG.Pap. (mimeo), IPFO/C'jl/ 

T LCII 26 
The concentrated spawning- areas of the 
hig-eye tuna in the \7estern Tacific 



Mo toda 



(1957) 



59-7030 



IPFC 7t h S ess.Fap. (nrimeo), IPFC/ C57/ 

TFCI-I 3 3 
Experiments on the quantitative 
assessment of zooplanlcton by net haul 



FiBs 



Yahuta^ Y. ¿: 5 9 "7 020 

M. Yukinawa (1957) 

IPFC 7th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C57/ 

TECH 28 



The growth and age of yellov/fin tuna 



FiBc 



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FiBs 



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Sarojini, K.E. (1957) 59-7031 
IPFC 7th oess,Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C57/ 



Observations on the occurrence 5 
collectionc, acclimatisation;, transport 
and survival of mullet seet in ¥est 
Bengal (India) 



FiB; 



MF 



Kawamoto, IT.Y. (l957) 59"7029 
IPFC 7 th 3e s S.Pap» (mim_go) , IPFC/ C57/ 
TECH 29 "" * , "^ , 

A consideration on the xDroductivit;:r 
in the intensive carp culture 



FiB; 



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de Zylva, E.P.A. (l957) 59-7032 
IPFC 7th Gess.Pap. (mine o), IPFC/C57/_ 

TECH 5 7 
The ¿ouramy in Ceylon 



FiB; 



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FAO/ 59/ 10/7 201 



2(8)r70 



Chiu, Б. T. (1957) 59-7033 ' 

IP?C 7th Seas . Pap. (mimeo), I??c/ C57/ ' 

Seaweeds of economic importance in \ 

Hong Kong 1 



Tester, Á.L. 



(1957) 



59-703<^) 



IPFC 7th 3ess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C57. 

"T 5 
A sujjimary of tlie 1955-5^ research 
progT?am of the Pacific Oceanic 
Fishery Investigations;, Honolulu ;, Т.Н. 



FiB: 



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Fish, G.E. (1957) 



59-7034 



IPFC 7th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFG/C37/ 
TECH 63 



The fish cultijire research station 
(Batu Berendam, Ilalacca^ Federation 
of Malaya) 



FiB-; 



Î'.IF 



FiB; 



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IPFC (1957) 59-7037 

IPFC 7th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), I?FC/G57/ 

Ï.T 6 
Report of special sub-committee on 
''tuna catch statistics chart" 



FiBs 



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Eapson, A.M. (1957) 59-7035 
IPFC 7th Se ss.Pap.(mi meo), 1РГС/С57/ 

TECH 64 
Coastal and highland fresh v.'ater 
fishery problems of Papua and ITew 
Guinea 



Saanin^ H, (1957) 59-7030 

IPFC 7th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C57/ 

VÏ? 
Report on International Rice 
Commission 5'bh session, Calcutta, 
India J 12-19 Hovemher 195^ 



FiB; 



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FiB. 



FAG/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8):71 



59-7039 



PIE 



HF 



59-7040 



PAO.. Fisheries Division 
Biology Branch (1957) 
IPPC 7-bh Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C37 



A note on recent develotjinents in the 
study of the dynamics of exploited 
fish populations 



FiBs 



MP 



Rosa 5 II., Jr. (1957) 

IPPC 7th Ses3.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C3 77 i 

V/P 9 
Synopsis of data on Hilsa - Hi Isa 
ilisha (Hamilton-Buchanan) ^Ъ?^2 



IPPC (1957) 59-7042 ; 

IPPC 7th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/057/ j 

V/P 22 
Indo-Pacific fisheries year 



FiBs 



MF 



IPFC (1957) 59-7043^ 

IPFC 7th Sess .Pap.(ni imeo), IPFC/G:?7/' 

\vp 23 



Rastrelliff^:er investiirations 



PiBs 



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PAO. Fisheries 59-7041 

Division (1957) 
IP PC 7th Sess.Pap.(mime o)i, IPFG/ C37/ 

WP 19 
Methods and equipment for research 
i"' fisheries hiolor:ys measures to\7ar; 
improvement and standardisation 



Banerjee, S.M. (1957) 59-7044 
IPPC 7th Sess.Pa p. (mimeo), IPFC/C57/ 

PT 26 
Uote on ôoil composition in relation 
to productivity of fish ponds 



PiB; 



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PiBf 



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1 

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FAO/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(8)272 



U.S. Fish с: Wildlife 59~7045 

Service (1957) 
irFC 7th Sess.Pap.(mimeo)s IPFC/C37/ 



Commercial production of fich on rice 
lands 



FiB: 



Nakaiy Z. (1957 



59-7046 



IPFC 7th Sess.Fap.(mimeo), IPFC/C57/ 

viP 31 
Statement relevant to the ргоЪ1еп 
of the Ъаз1с productivity of the ocean 



FiB: 



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Nakai^ Z. (1957) 59-7047 

IFFG 7th SeGS.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C57/ 



'-L J. 



Report on the standardisation of 
plankton collecting 



FiB, 



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Kuronuma^ K. (l957) 



59-704Ö. 



IPFC 7th Sess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C57. 
35 



Report of Technical Committee I 



FiB; 



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IPFC (1957) 59-7049 

IPFC 7th 3ess.Pap.(mimeo), IPFC/C57/ 

:7P 36 



Report of the Technical Committee II 
(Panels A^ Б and C) 



FiB s 



MF 



Bardach, J.L. (i 959) 59-7050 

Usom/Cam.bodia ; 55 P« 

Report on fisheries in Cambodia 

Account of the hydrological features 
of the Mekong River y Cambodian Great 
Lakes & associated v/aters;; faunal list; 
account of fishing methods ç spavming 
locations J migrations -"■. food of some 
of the important spp. of fish 5 the 
industry c.: its administration. 



BBF^glk 



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f;.o/59/io/72öi 



2(8):73 



Ohlmer^ VJ. Г.. 59-^031 
I J. Schwär tzkopff (1959) 

Na turv/i s sens cha ft en ^ 46 s 3 6 2-3 
Schv/immgeschwindigkeiten von Fischen 
aus stehenden Binnengewässern 
( Swimoing-velocity of fishes in 
Standing inland wat er s) 

See 59- 

FAO : F 


Anon,ymous (1959) 59-7054 Í 
New Soient. , 6.284 
Economical fish finding 

■ 

Note on the production of a 12 or 24 
volt battery operated portable echo- 
sounder. 

MOesjh MF 


Anonymous (1959) 59-7052 
llev/ Scient. , 62ЗОО 
Fish Speeds 

ïïote referring to 59-a0051 ^ ¿:. 
tabulating swimming speed observations 
on Scardinius erythrophtalmus 5 P.utilus 
rutilus, Perca fluviatilis, Abramis 
brama swimming singly t. in schools, 
in still v/ater <■■ in currents. Effect 
of fish sise on sv/imming speed. Data 
also for Esox lucius & Luoioperc;ñ. 

FAOssjh F 


India. Zoological 59-7055 

Society (195Ö) 
Bull. sool. 00c. Indiaj (2)^39 P' 
Application of zoological knov^edge 
to national advancement 

Contains the follov.dng brief 
contributions of interest to fisheries s 
"Fisheries research and development" Ьл/ 
В. S. Bhimachar^ "Place of ichthyology 
in teaching and research in India" 5 by 
M. Chandyj "Destruction of timber by 
marine organism", by D.V. Bal:^ 
"Plankton and fisheries off Y/altair 
Coast";, by P.N. Ganapati; "Hormones 
and the spavming of carps" j by L. S. 


Tucker 5 M.J. (1959) 59-7053 
New Scient. , 6^275-7 
An introduction to oceanography - З. 
The study of sea waves 

111. article on wave motion^ methods 
of study 5 results 5 interpretatio.nj 
application., prediction. 

FAOi sjh Ы 


59-7055 
(Card 2) 
Ramaswam.i; ù "Teaching of fishery 
science in Indian universities" ^ by 
M.L. Bhatia c: H.L. Sarkar. 

GLKcglk MF 



FAO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(0)"74 



J 



j Lerner^ I.L. (195Ö) ^J-lO'jJ 
ITev/ York, J. ''.'iley c~: oons-, Inc., 29^ p. 
The genetic hasis of selection 

GLK: G 


Í 

])e Villafrancaj G.ÏÏ. ¡, T.S, 59-70бС^ 

I^cheinhliom r: D.E. Philpott •(1959) 
Biochim.hiophys.Aota, 34(1 ) --^ 41-31 
A study on the localization of 
contractile proteins in the muscle of 
the horseshoe сгаЪ (Lim.ulus polyphemus) 

Pihrils of the cross-striated skeletal 
muscle of this егаЪ were glycerinatedj 
blended '-. washed -1 extracted with 
solutions of high KOI concentrations 
containing pyrophosphate or ATP¡, à the 
identity of the removed protein 
established. 

FAG :; glk M 


Pies, K.A. '"■ 59"703'3 

J. Gross (1959) 
Biochim.hiophys.Acta^ 34(1 ) 24-39 
The amino acid composition and 
m.orphologj'^ of some invertehrate and 
vertehrate collagens 

The complete amino acid analysis of 
collagens from, a mammal - steer hide -^ 
an elasmobranch - shark elastoidin -^ 
an echinoderm - Thyone hody v/all -^ 
2 coelenterates - Metridium hody Y/all 
c'- Physalia float -, & 2 structurally 
distinct collagens from the sponge are 
presented along with a description of 
some morphological characteristics of 


Vogel ^ n.J. (1959) 59-7061 
Biochim.biophys. Acta, 282^3 
Lysine biosynthesis in Chlorella and 
Suglenas phylogenetic significance 

Comparison of the labelling patterns 
of Chlorella vulgaris &:. Eu¿~uena 
gracilis Y/ith those of Bacillus 
subtilis с Candida utilis to test the 
view that biosynthetic pathv/ays are 
characters of particular phylogenetic 
signi.fi canee. 

FAQ i glk F 


59-7050^ 
(Card 2) 

the tissues from which they were 

derived. 

FAOikap M 


Rato^ J.H. (1959) 59-7062 

S.Afr.J.Sci. , 55 M 61 -2 

The Marine Biological otation of Inhaca 

ohort account of history of this 
island laboratory off Kozambique: 
staff, visitors^ finances J library. 

FAO::sjh " M 



FAQ/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8)c75 



Kalk J К. (1959) 



t^sO. 



S.Áfr.J.Sci. , 55^78-80 

The zoogeo¿Taphical. coinposi"l;ion of 

intertidal fauna at Inhaca Inland j 

МогатЪ1с_[ие 

A short reviev/ of knov/ledge^ v;ith 
hihliography on marine zoology of 
this island off Mozamhique. 



7063 



59-7065 
(Card 2) 

the variouG phyla '>, classes 
represented in the marine fauna are 
considered. Keys are incl.^ in 
particular for the classification of 
the coral s J the polychaetes ? the 
cruRtacea. Sp, lists of plants Í: 
animals, h their localities on the 
island. 



FAOcsjh 



Isaacp V;.E. (1959) 



59-7064 



3. Afr. J. Sei . 5 55 ■■ 1 <-> "1 -3 

Comiments on the seaweed flora and 

vegetation of Inhaca 

A short reviewj Vv-ith reference to 
distribution of the henthic algae, 
marine angiosperms - Cymodocea , 
liiplanthera ^ IIa lop hila ; Thalassia - 
cv, of the 19 genera of siphonous 
Chlorox)hyceae. Relation to flora of 
U. South Africa c- to distribution of 
oyster, Crassostraea cucullata. 



FAO°sjh 



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Macnanec, V.'. f- 59~70б5 

M. Kalk (Ed.) (1958) 
Johannesburg; I7i twatersrand Univ. Press , 

146 p. 
A natural history of Inhaca Island j 
Mocamhirue 

Various chapters written "by different 
authors» a detailed account of the 
biology of Inhaca J in Delagoa Bay. 
Geographic <'■-■ oceanograiDhic setting of 
the island. Chapters on algae c: their 
ecology, with a comprehensive list of 
knovm types c. localities. The "sea 
grasses";, marine zoology;,' account of 
the general ecology of the shores;, 



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Miyata, K. г.-, 59-7067 

T. Shimomura (1959) 
Bull. Jap. Sea reg. Fish. Res. Lab. ., (7)" 

1-16 
(On the transfers of low temperature 
regions in the ITorth Japan Sea, in 
spring). ITi En 

Analjrsis of yearly & seasonal changes 
in sea conditions in the Japan Sea 
north of Hoto Peninsula. 



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Fukataki^ П. (l959) 59-7068 
Bull. Jap, ^jea reg. Fish. Res. Lab. ., {l)° 

17-42 
(On the year round occurrence and 
ecology of eggs and larvae of the 
principal fishes in the Japan Sea - II 
Occurrence and distribution of eggs 
and larvae of the saury in the 
Tsushima Current region). P[i En 

Eggs '"^ larvae of fishes have been 
collected by means of horizontal 
towing of the fish-larvae net at the 
surface ^ from April 1952 to March 1958 
on the Tsushima Cu.rrent region 5 at 
85,366 stations in the active period. 



FAO/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(8)^76 



59-7068 I 

(Gard 2) i 

Using these materials j the spavming 

seasons "z grounds of the saury^ 

Со1о1аЪ1 5 saira Brevoort, are descrihed. 



Kato, A. 



59-7072 



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Ilagata, S. (1959) 59-7070 

BrJ ]. . Jap « ¿ ea r e g » Fi sh . Re_s . La_h_>_ ;, (7)- 

43-55 
(Some results of the tagging 
experiments on yellov/tails in the 
Japan Sea), _Ni En 

Study of 'the migration of the yellow- 
tail., Serióla Cjuinqueradiata Teraminok 
et Schlegel 5 in the Japan Sea- using 
the data of the taggings during the 
period from 1955 to 1958. 



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Ilachinakaj S. (1959) 59-7071 

Bull. Jap. Sea re g. Fi sh._Res.L_ab. j ( 7 ) - 

57-66 . - ■ ^ 
(Migration of the squid in the Japan 
Sea as studied Ъу tagging experiments), 
11 En 

Study of the migration of the squid ¡, 
Ommastresphes sloani pacificus 
Steenstrupp in the Japan Sea using the 
data of taggings in the region during 
the period from I95O to 1957- 



РАО „ sm 



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T. Shimomura (1959) 
Bull. Jap. Sea reg. Fish. Res. Lah. <, . ( 7 ) - 

67-83 
(Some characteristics on the D.S.L. 
peculiar to the Japan Sea). 
Ni En 

Report of observations in 1956 &; 1957? 
describing the peculiar figure seen &■ 
comparing the performance of various 
types of echo-sounders. 



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Shimomura, T. (1959) 59-7073 
Bull. Jap. Sea reg. Fish. Res. Lab. ^ (7)- 

^107 
(On the unprecedented flourishing of 
"echizen-kurage" J Stomolophus nomurai 
(Kishinouye) y in the Tsushima warm 
current regions in autumn, 195Ö)« 
M En 

Account of the grov.-th of this medusa , 
the distribution of its swarms 5 size 
& other characteristics of the 
iiTdividualSj ''■ the relations between 
appearance of these sv/arms c- various 
environmental conditions ^ &. fishing, 
FAO z glk M 



Shimomura, T. (1959) 59~7074 
Bull. Ja p. Sea reg. F ish« Res. Lab. , ( 7 ) ^ 

109-18 
(Effects of the typhoon "Ruth" (1951 ) 
upon the sea conditions and fishing). 
ili En 

Description of the track of the 
typhoon, of the associated sea- 
conditions c";. of changes in fishing 
apparently resulting from the effects 
of the typhoon. 



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X)/ 5- 710/7 201 



2(8) :77 



DonaláGoiip L.R.J P.R. Olson 59-7075 

(?: J.R. Donaldson (1959) ' 

Trans. A m er.. Fish. So c. , 88(l):-1-6 • j 
The Pern Lake trace minoral metaholism j 
pro^'ram 

Total mineral need in the ecology of j 
the Fern Lake v/atershed is evaluated j 
by use of the techniques of the 
radia,tion hiolo^'ist. Using the сотЪ1пеа ! 
skills of the physical ". hiological 
sciences it is hoped that great progress; 
can he made in improving the productive 
capacity of this imiDoverished i/atershed. 

GLK:lrd F 



Carlander J k.D. (1959) 59-7078 
Tran s . Am er . Fi r.h .Soc. , 88(l) 18-22 
A survey of technical fishery 
personnel 



Report of a ma.il survey ¡, classifying 
these people Ъу johs., employers^ 
academic training^ age^ membership in 
the AF3, g: geographic distrihution-' 
some account is given of the kinds of 



carried out Ъу persons in various 
of johs. 



type; 



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MF 



Lamhou, V.'T. (1959) 59- 

Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. , o8(i)j7~'15 



7076 



Fish population: 
Louisiana 



of backv/ater lakes in 



Report of sampling of these populations 
Ъу rotenone poisoning, composition of 
the populations J standing crops ¡^ 



predator-prey relations. 



the effect, 



of flood overflow on these populations, 



GLK^iclk 



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Swingle, K.S. (1959) 59- 
Trans. Amer. F ish. Soc. , 88(l):l6-7 
Careers in fisheries 



-7C77 



Presidential address at the 88th 
annual meeting of the American 
Fisheries Society at Philadelphia j 
Pennsylvania J September 8^ 1950» 



GLKchss 



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Henderson, C. , Q.H.Pickering 59-7079 

¿z CM. Tarzwell (1959) 
Trans. i\nier. Fish. Soc. , 88(l) -23-32 
Relative to:cicity of ten chlorinated 
hydrocarhon insecticides to four 
species of fish 

Compounds tested ¿: bioassay methods 
described' toxicity to Lebistes ^ 
F im ep) ha les, Lejjomi s , Paras s iu s spp. in 
different dilution v/aters, c:. of 
different formulations v/as tested: 
comparison was m.ade vat h organic 
phosphorous insecticides, <'- estimate 
was made of application rates that 
may produce fish mortality. 



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Jr. Л ^ 59-7080 

1l. S. Campbell (1>59) 
Trans. ALier. Fish. Sog. , SS(l):33-5 
Refinements of equipraent and 
procedures in electro-fishing 

An electro-fishing device mounted on ; 
boat is described.; difference in 
efficiency between day f- night use is 
described; its selectivity am.ong spp, 
of fish is described. 



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Grossman ^ E.J. ê: 59-7öOl | 
P.A. Larkin (1959) ' 
Trans.Amer.Pish.Soc. 5 8o(l):36-44 
Yearlinc liЪerations and change of 1 
food as effecting rainbow trout yield 
in Paul Lake J, British ColumЪia 

Some effects of the introduction of 
redside shiner ¡, Richardsonius Ъalteatus 


Riggs, с.ъ, г- 59-7004 

ICE. Sneed (1959) 
Trans.Amer. Pish. Soc. , 88(1 )-^53-7 
The effects of controlled spavming 
and genetic selection on the fish 
culture of the future 

The role of controlled spawning ¡, 
genetic selection '■• physiological 
research in fish culture is discussed, 
5: emphasis is placed on the importance 
of these approaches for the future. 
A review of the literature is given. 

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Piichardson^ on the rainbow trout ^ 
Salmo ^^airdneri Richardson 9 in Paul 
Lake from 1952 to I957 are considered 
together with results of yearling trout 
liberations since 1953» 

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Solan, T.J СБ. V.'urtz 59-70Û2 

& С. H. Bridges (1959) 
Trans. Amer, Fish. Soc. , 88(l):45-9 
Survey of multiplo-use reservoir 
practices in the United States 

Report of replies to questionnaires ., 
describing municipal practices in 
permitting c<. controlling recreational 
tt other use of these reservoirs. 

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Seymour, A. (l959) 59-7085 
Trans. Ailier. Fi sh.Soc. , 88(l ) .'58-69 
Effects of temperature upon the 
formation of vertebrae and fin rays 
in young Chinook salmon 

Experiments in each of 3 successive 
years were designed to observe the 
effect of temperature upon chinook 
salmon 5 Oncorhynchus tshav/ytsch 
Walbaum^ during the period from the 
e£Q to the f ingerí ing stage. 
Experimental temperatures ranged from 
34° F to 74° F but there were no 
survivals to the stage where vertebrae 
or fin rays could be counted for lots 


Houser^ A. r: 59-7003 

II.G. Bross (1959) 
Trans. /шюг. Fish. Sog. , 88(i)l'50-2 
Observations on growth and 
reproduction of the paddlefish 

GroYrbh of Polyodon spat hula Ô:. the 
periodicity of its sexual maturation. 

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59-7005^ 
(Card 2) 

reared at temperatures belov/ 39°F 

or above 62°F, 

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f;.o/ 59/1 0/7201 



2(3)c79 



Bailey, .R.M. (1959) 59"/087 
Trans.Amer.Fish.Soc. 5 88(1):70 
How to knoir the freshv/ater fishes 

Review of 58IOIO. 

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Hoopesp D.T. (1959) 59-7090 
Trans. Amer, Pish. Soc. , 88(1): 73 
Dolly Varden trout with two adipose 
fins 

Report of this anomaly in Salvelinus 
malma. 

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Miitney, A.H. & 59-7088 

J.E. Bailey (1959) 
Trans, ilmer. Fish. Soc. , 88(1 ) j72-3 
Detrimental effects of highway 
construction on a Montana stream. 

Contents as per title. 

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Y/oodallj A.il. (1959) 59-7091 

Pr gr , Fi s h- Cul t . , 2 1 :; 5 1 -4 

The missing links of fish husbandry 

Discussion of basic research required;, 
especially into nutrition &. disease, 
f.: of the need for pilot-plant ê: 
quality-control programmes. 

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Dickie, L.M. (l959) 59-7089 
Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. , 88(1 ) с 73 
V"ater temperature and survival of 
i_:iant scallop 

Effects of water temperature on 
spawning L^- adult survival appear to 
control abundance of the giant scallop^ 
Placopecten magellanicus Gmelin^ in the 
Gulf of St. Lawrence i-, to limit its 
distribution there to a narrow depth 
zone. Such effects probably explain the 
limits of ccallop distribution Л 
success throughout its geographic range 

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Campbell ^ H.J. (1959) 59-7^^92 
Progr.Fish-Cu.lt. , 21 ■: 55-62 
Field t fasting rotary fish screens in 
ITortheastern Oregon 

More than 200 rotary fish screens have 
been installed in diversions in North- 
Eastern Oregon to bypass salmon c: 
steelhead fingerlings back into 
streams. Over a 5-year period^; screens 
were sampled continuously to determine 
their effectiveness in bypassing 
migrant fishes. 

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Regan J D. & 

A. Yaple (1959) 
Proj2^.Fish.-0ult. ^ 



59-7093 



21 362 



Bypass to eliminate accumulated waste 
v/hen draining earthen ponds 

Diagram c': description. 



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БипЪаг, CE, (1959) 59-7 096 

Progr,Fish-Cult. , 21c74 

Sunburn in f ingerí ing rainbow trout 

Brief note on tests in wliich rainbow 
trout fingerlings v/ere exposed to 
sunlamps /" germicidal lamps. 



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Combs, B.D., R.E. Burrows 59-7094 

à E.G. Bigej (1959) 
Progr.Fish-C-alt. , 21 s63-9 
The effect of controlled light on the 
maturation of adult blueback salmon 

Results of the 3-year study to 
determine the effect of controlled 
light on the se^rual maturation of 
adult blueback salmon, Oncorhynchus 
nerka . 



Snow, J.R. (1959) 59-7097 

Progr. Fish-Cult. , 21:75-00 
Ilotes on the propagation of the 
flathead catfish, Pilodictis olivar i s 
(Raf inesque) 

Description of spavming íc of 
developmiOnt of the eggs with 
suggestions for culture of this sp- 



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59-7095 



Hulsey, A.H. i-, 

J. Stevenson (1959) 
Progr.Fish-C-alt. , 21^70-4 
Reclamation of Lake Hamilton, 
Arkansa s 



Description of a fish-kill operation. 



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Sneed, K.E. ^r. 59-7098 

C.E. Cozort (1959) 
Progr.Fish-Cult. , 21 ..80 
An inexpensive experimental spiral 
racev/ay 

Description c: photograph. 



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Mackliny R. (1959) 



59-7099 



P ro gr. Pis h- Gui t. , 21.81-5 

An improved 150-gallon iÍGli-plani:in{ 

■banlv 

Description J diagram t^. photograiihSp 
L' re"oort of tests of it. 



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Anonymous (1959) 59-7100 

Pro gr. Fish- Cult. , 21:85 
ITational Science Foundation's closing 
date for receix)t of hasic research 
proposals in the life sciences 



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iíielson¡, ';7. S. C-. 



59-7-101 



J.J. Ma zura ni ch (1959) 
i' -ogr.Fish-rCult. , 21:86-8 
Irry diets for chinook salmon 

diets used a,s starting diets for 
Chinook salmon fry. 



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Irwin^ V:.E. (1959) 59-71 C2 
a control for fin rot 



Pro g r. Fish- Cult. J 21 : 89-90 



'i'erramycm ai 
in fishes 

Brief report of experiments with 



n¿boAnathus 



Gamhucia affinis 



Pime"Qhal es pr órnelas . 



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Heiliger, D.E. (1959) 59-7103 
P rogr » Fish-Cult. , 21s90 
Artificially fed largemouth hass 
fing er lings 

Contents as per title. 



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Chin¡, E. (1959) 59-7104 

Progr. Fish-Cult. , 2 1 ;, 9 1 -3 
An ine-rpensive re-circulating sea- 
water system 



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59-7105 



Anonymous (1959) 
Progr.Fish-Cult. , 21:93 
Trout-distribution map of the ilorth 
Island of Hew Zealand 



Thompson^ R.B. (1959) 59-7100 
Progr.Fish-Cult« , 2П96 
Tricaine methanesulf onate (M.S. 222) 
in transport of cutthroat trout 



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Dobie, J. (1959) . 59-7106 

ProfiT. Fish- Cult. ,■ 21 '.94-5 

Pond research and hait production in 

Minnesota 

îTote- on industrial operations 
initiated à .assisted by research. 



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Reoort of a trial. 



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Yokote, M. (195Ö) 59-7109 

Bull . Fr e shw. Fi sh .Pes. Lah . , Tokyo , 7(2) 

1-7 

Study on the ovarian eggs of Rhodeus 

ocellatus 

Presents macroscopical observations 
on ovarian eggs in attempt to clarify 
how eggs of this sp. chango morpho- 
logically to ripcnoss^ 2;#iat process 
ripened eggs trace until extrusion 
within one sexua,l cycle. 



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Powell, D.E. (1959) 59-7107 

Progr.Fish-Cult. , 21 :95-6 

New shrimp fishery of the Pacific 

Northwest 

Note on the development of this 
fishery as, the result of systematic 
exploratory fishing. 



Suginome, 11. (l95ö) 59-7110 
Bull . Fr e shw. Fish .Res. Lah . ., Tokyo^ 7(2) 

9-17 
(Observation on the spavming of 
Saphnia garinata King carrying the 
origin of parthenogenetic eggs after 
winter eg(^ laying). Ni En 

Continues study on process of 
spavming. 



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2(8)^33 



et al. (195Ö) 59-7111 i Herald, E. S. 



Nakamura ^ 

Bul 1 . Fr e shw. Fi s h .Res. ЬаЪ . ;.lbky о , 7 '2)г V "АЛ 
(Ап "е::ре riment of raising carp 
fingerling in farm pondp study in 
Gorobeioike) . jJi En 

Experiment in raising carp to 
f ingerí ings in 4-b.ectare farm pond^ 
with information on stocking rate, 
liyarologj;, growth rates, feeding etc. 



59-7114 



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Dempster (1957) 
Aquarium , J. ,, 2o(lO)s2 p. 
Courting activity in the Y/hite-lined 
squirrel fish- 
Ill, description of hreedting activity 
of Holooentrus xanther^'-thrus. 



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líimuray S. б: 59-7112 

Y. Hat ida (195Ô) 
Bul 1 . Fr e shw. Fi sh . Re s . Lab . , Ibky о , 7 (2>5 1 -.; 
Study on the toxicity of agricultural 
control chemicals in relation to 
freshwater fisheries management - îTo. 1 
General summary of the studies on the 
toxicity of agricultural insecticides 
for freshwator fishes Ъу means of the 
hio-assay method (Part l) 

Summarizes toxicity of 11 insecticides 
"^•^ _Pyprinus iiarv'i^^ _Ç^-rc^s_sius 
ça г a SS iu S"_ouv j. e r i ^ ^Salrno ¿rid eus _, 
? jj-^ s_gurinus anguil 1 i cauda tus . 



Okada^ Y. ^ 59-7115 

S.S. Kuhota (1957) 
Rep. Fac. Fish. Univ . I.îie-Tsu^ 2 ( 3 ) : 45 1 -- 
Studies on the fish fauna at the 
southern vicinity of Tsu City, Mie 
Prefecture - Supplemental iTote-I. 

ITotes on specimens of Liza ha ema to - 
cho ila '"■ Eleotris pisonis oxycephala ; 
extensions of range of Ilonosirus ^ 
Acheilognathus "z Shiga nus spp. 



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Hartman, VJ.L. (l95ö) 



59-7113 



H. Y. Fish Game J. , 5(2)s205-12 
Estimation of catch and related 
statistics of the stream rainbow trout 
fishery of the Finger Lakes region 

Contents as per title. 



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Chanin, G. Г., 59-7116 

R.P. Dempster (195S) 
Indus tr . 7a s t e s ^ ITov.-Dec, 4 P« 
A complex chemical waste and its 
toxicity to fish 

Exploitation study of toxicity to 
juvenile Roccus saxátil is of waste 
from a chemical industry in an 
attempt to explain mass fish mortality 
in San Francisco Bay. 



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2(0):84 



iValker, F.T. (1957) 
Trans. bot. Soc. Edinb. <, 



59-7117 
37(3)^102-99 



An ecological study of the Laminariaceao 
of Ailsa Craig J Holy Island ¡, 



Inchmarnock, 
Island 



May Island J and Seaforth 



Lensity cover & biomass of Laminaria 
spp. by depth of v/ater ¿:. locality 
determined by quadrats during 1955-5'^''^' 



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U.S. Department of the 59-711 С 
Interior. Pish "-, 'i/ildlife 

Service (1957) 
Rep. B ranch of Fishery Biolo gy ¡, 1 6 1 p » 
Annual report for fiscal year 1957 
(July 1y 1956 through June 30 ^ 1957) 

Last issue. Reports research 
activities under main headings г Inland 
'Marine' Anadromuus" Shell- -xisherien, 
under each division by particular 
investigations. Jdsts publications " 
names of research x-'ei'S'-^'i-iiiel' 



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Bonner J ÏÏ.N. (1958) 59-7119 

Proc. 200I. Soc.Lond. , 130^241-52 
Ilotes on the southern fur seal in 
South Georgia 

111. description of habitat ^ 
distributionj reproductive à family 
behaviour J population size., colour ^ 
food of Ar otocephalus aus trail s in 
Antarctic; inter-specific relations 
with Mirounga leonina 9 Hydrurga 
leptonyx à s car enging birds. 



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..Ъее1ег, A.C. (195S) 
Proc. sool. Soc.Lond. , 13O: 



59-7120 



253-6 



The identity of the British fish 
Parviclinus spinosus 

Re-examination of holotype of this 
clinid fish from Conway River, N. 
"/ales - found lodged in aesophagiis of 
Spinachia spina chia -', author 
considers it identical with the 
Caribbean Statlmionotus ( Auchenistius ) 
stahli . Suggests accidental 
introduction by a passing ship« 



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Bone^ Qo (195Ö) 



59-7121 



Proc. zool. Soc.Lond. , 130 2G9-93 



,-v 



The asymmetry of the larval araphiorus 

Consideration of mode of feeding 
C- mouth structure. 



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Роулпап, P.O. 5 R.P. Palumbo 59-7122 

& D.J. South (1957) 
r/ashington, P.C. , 61 p. 
The occurrence and distribution of 
radioactive non-fission products in 
plants and animals of the Pacific 
Proving Ground 

Contains also data on the occurrence 
of radioactive products in different 
organs of marine animals &. plants. 
Gamma spectrum curves are given. 



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Gtoianovj S. (1957) 59-7123 

Trav. s ci « Ins t . Pe ch e .; Varn a , 1 .7 -2 G 
ÏTiakoi iialjliuàeniia vurkhu palamuclaj 
loven lorez 1954 i 1955 S« pred 
bulgarskiia cliernomorski bria^;; 
(Some observations on the pelaniciç, 
Sarda sarda Bloch^ fished during; 1954 
and 1955 oí'f the Bulgarian coast). 
Fr Ru 

Some notes on the hiology & behaviour 
of schools of pclamidj giving size 
composition of the schools j grovrbhc, 
movements. 



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Karapetkova^ M. (1957) 59-7126 
Trav. sei. Inst» Pêche, Varna ^ 1 ¿55-0 
Rastezh na segoletkite na 
chernomorskiia kalkan ( PJiomhus 
maeoticus Pallas) prez 195^ godina 
(Grov/th of the early stages of turbot. 
R« maeoticus Pallas^ in the year 1956). 
En Ru 



Growth rate determined from 
otoliths. 



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Ivanov; L.S. (1957) 59-7124 

Trav. sei. Inst. Pêche 9 Varna ., 1 с 31 -42 
Teorotichesko izchisliavane na 
otseliavaneto ot stadiia khaiver do 
vuzrastna skumpiia (Theoretical 
calculation of the survival from egg- 
stage to adult in scombroids). Ru 



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59-7125 j 



Martine y К. S- 

M. Karapetkova (1957) 
Trav. sei. Inst. Pêche, Varna ^ 1:45-52 
Razpredelenie na kalkana prez purvite 
mesetsi na 1955 godina (The 
aisoribution of turbot during the firs' 
months of the year 1955)» En Ru 

Results of trawling operations 
relating to the distribution c-. density 
of these stocksj, v/ith calculation of 
the weight of the entire stock. 



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Aleksandrova, 1С. (1957) 59-7127 
Trav. sei. Inst. Pêche 9 Varna ^ 1 г 6 1 -7 6 
Rastezhut na kef a la ( Mug il cephalus L. 
vuv vodite na bulgarskoto chernomorsko 
kraibrezhie (The grovíth of the 
grey mullet, Mugil cephalus L. , of the 
Bulgarian Black Sea shores). 
En Ru 

Growth determination by scales. 



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Rusevj B. & 59-7128 

Iv. Dimov (1957) 
Trav. s ci . Inst . Pêche , Va rna. ^ 1 г 79-1 09 
Kachestveni i kolichestveni 
izsledvaniia na ¡zooplanlitona na 
varnenskiia zaliv (Qualitative 
and quantitative research on the zoo- 
plankton of Varna Bight). Ru Эе 

Spp. r^'. groups in the plankton d- their 
distribution. 



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Petrova, V.l. (1957) 59-7129 

Tray« s ci. Ins t. Pe elle, Varna 9 1 с 1 1 1 -24 
Plaiiktonni dinoflagellata ot 
bulgarskoto chernomorsko kraibreshie 
( Planktoni с dinoflagellates off the 
Bulgarian Black Sea coast). Ru 

jJistribution liât. 



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Rozlidestvenskij Á.V. (1957) 59-7132 
'. Trav. sei. Inst» Pêche., Varna ^ 1 г201~4 

j Sesonnite promeni na kolichestvoto na 
I organichnoto veshtestvo v otkritite 
! chernomorski vodi pred bulgarskiia 
d| hriag (Seasonal fluctuation in the 

amount of organic material in the 

open Black Sea waters off the 

Bulgarian coast). PlU 

Discussion of taЪles of values 
obtained for March;, May, August Л-, 
Novemher, 



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59-7130 



Truv. sei. Inst. Pêche, Varna, 1:^127-56 
Kachestveni i kolichestveni 
izsledvaniia na zooplanktona na 
varnenskoto ezero (Qualitative and 
quantitative research on the zoo-- 
plankton of Varna Lake). Ru Бо 

Composition of the planl<:ton v/ith 
account of seasonal à other 
fluctuations & measurement of biomass. 



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Dimitrov, M. (1957) 59-7131 

Trav. sei. Inst. Pêche, Varna, 1 '¿159-97 
Khidrologichna i khidrohiologiehna 
kharakteristika na iazovir "Al. 
Stamholiiski" (Hydrological and 
hydrohiological characteristics of the 
"Al, Stamboul" reservoir). Ru 

Description of the reservoir¡, its 
physical & chemical features P.: its 
Y/ater masses J its zooplanktonj. benthos 
<": i eh thy of auna. 



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Rozhdectvenski^ A.V. (1957) 59-7133 
Trav. sei. Inst. Pêche, Varna , 1c207-12 
Dinamika na nitratite i fosfatite v 
otrkitite chernomorski vodi pred 
bulgarskaia briag (Dynamics of 
phosphates & nitrates in the open 
Black Sea v^aters off the Bulgarian 
coast). Ru 

Discussion of tables of values 
obtained for Mar eh ^ May, August &- 
llovember. 



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Okada, Y. (1957) 59-7134 

Rep. Рас. Fish. Univ. Mie-Tsu , 2(3)1^ 44Ö-5 
Geographical distribution of bottom, 
fishes in Japan 

Comparison of the geographical 
distribution of the bottom-fish 
obtained at 4 fisheries 
extending from north to south in 
adjacent seas of Japans Kushiro, 
Hokkaido;; Kimianonada station off Mie 
Prefecture J Suruga Bay., situated off 
the central island of Honshu^ <?; Kochi 
Prefecture of Shikoku. 



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Ficotti, LI, (1957) 



59-7135 



Бо11. Pes ca F iscic. 1агоЪ1о1, , 12:121-3 
Felazione sull 'attività dell 'Istituto 
¡^perimentale Talassograf ico di Trieste 
per l'anno I957 (Account of the 
activity of the Institute of 
Experimental Thalassography of Trieste 
for the year 1957) 

Euildingj equipment, research, 
publications. 



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Sommani, E. (1957) 59-713C 

Boll, Pesca Fiscic.Idrobiol. , 1 2 r; 2 12-31 
Limnolo£jia dei la¿;hi artificiali - VI. 
Osservazioni conclusive (Limnology 
of artificial lakes - VI. Concluding 
observations). En Fr 

Observations on morphology, 
hydrological regime, principal 
chemical Л: physical aspects, í: 
biological characteristics, compared 
with natural lakes. 



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Mal dur a с С. 



(1957) 



59-7136 ! 

Boll. Pesca Piscle. Idrobiol. , 12 s 1 24-5 | 
Relazione sull 'attività del Laboratorio j 
Centrale di Idrobiologia durante l'anno I 
1957 (Account of the activity of i 
the Central Hydrobiological Institute i 
during the year 1957) ! 

I 
Contents as per title. 



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Souderi, I. (1957) 59-7139 

Boll. Pesca Piscic. Idrobiol. ; 12с232-б4 

Sui caratteri morfologici 

dell ' Engraulis del "Lago Verde" 

On the morphological characteristics 

of Engraulis in the "Lago Verde"). 

En Fr 



Morphological 0: some anatomical 
characters of a jmrticular form of 
Engraul i 3 , living in "Lago Verde", a 
brackish marine pond on the Tyrrhenian 
coast of Sicily near Olivery, were 
examined. 110 specimens were observed, 
63 cfo^ &■ 47 ?î ¿: observations of the 
eggs c: reproductive period v/ere made. 
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Picotti, M. (1957) 59-7137 

Boll. Pesca P_i sci c. Idrobiol. , 12:126-50 
Ricerche nel Lago di Orta 
(Researches on Orta Lake). 
En Fr De 

Physical (I-, chemical characteristics of 
the lake, studied v/ith a view to 
assessing the ccnsecj_uences of industrial 
pollution. 



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Giannotti, P.S. êz 59-7140 

M.V. di Giovanni (1957) 
Boll. Pesca Piscic. Idrobiol. , 12:265-98 
II carioo biológico oonvogliato dalle 
acque delle Ponti del Clitunno 
(The biological load carried by the 
Y/ater from the Fountains of Clitumnus). 
En Fr De 

Physiographic account of the fountains, 
chemistry o; physics;, the general 
character of the phyto- êz zoo-biota of 
the water« ¿ its seasonal variation. 



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59-7141 
12:299-334 



Cianficconi, F, с: 
M. Riatti (1957) 
Boll. Pesca Piscle» Idrobiol. 
Impiego di piètre artificiali per 
1 'analisi quantitativa delle oolonizza- 
zioni faunistiche dei fondi potoimici 
[íhe use of artificial stones in the 
quantitative analysis of faunistic 
colonisation of potamic bottoms). 
En Fr De 

Description of the methods of study c: 

account of observations on rheic 

behaviour of organisms Ь on the speed 

v/ith v/hich they colonised the stones 

under various conditions of current 

speed. 

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Jebsen^ J.VJ. & 59-7 1 4.4 i 

G. Hamo ir (I958) | 

Acta chem.Scand. 9 12s1o51-68 
Electrophoretic anc. ultracentrifugal 
study of plaice myogen 

Protein composition of v/ater 
extracts of Pleuronectes platessa . 



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U.K. Y/hite Fish 

Authority (n.d. ) 
Plaistov/^ Curv/en Pre; 



59-714; 



Ltd. 5 44 p. 



The white fish industry 

Popular account y describing the fish 
taken Ъу the industry ^ the composition 
or. size of its catchy its methods of 
fishingj grounds ¿; vessels., scientific 
problems of its resources, the 
machinery & equipment of a traveler, 
distributionj selling, preservation i; 
processing of the catch, research on 
the products, production & distribution 
costs, nutritional value of fish, c: 
giving a bibliography. 
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Robins, J. P. (1958) 



59-7143 
(22) 



Rop. Div. Fish.Ocoanogg?. C. S. I.R. Q. 

5 p. 

F.R.V, liARELDA - Scientific report of 
cruises July 1957 - May I958 

liote on the vessel, presentation of 
results of hydrological work as a 
series of diagrams of sections^ 
correlation of tuna distribution cc v/ate 
mass type; length frequencies of 
southern bluefin tuna. 



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Gopalakrishnan, V. (1957)- 59-7145 
J.Tim.ber -Dryers' Preserv. Ass. India ^ 

3(4)39-12 
Notes on damage caused to timber by 
Sphacroma and Martesia in Cochin 
Harbour 

Observations on wood-boring organisms 
from the wooden hulls of ships coming 
from Cochin Harbour recorded. 2 spp. 
of Sphaeroma v/ere mainly responsible 
for the damage caused. Specimens of 
Martesia striata were also collected. 
Details of burrov/s produced by 
Sphaeroma are given. 
TL'jvg M 



Iyengar, S.R,, V.C-. ICrishnan 59-7146 

F::. V.V. Kelkar (1957) 
Defence Sei. J. y Oct., 5-17 
Studies on marine fouling organisms 
in Bombay Harbour 

Reports studies with immersed non- 
toxic test panels, 1953-5^^ relation 
of settlement to v/ater salinity & 
temperature, -": to season. Spp. of • 
fouling organisms;; special 
significance of cirripedes. 



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f;.o/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(8)e89 



Zinov'eva, E.G. (195S) 59-7147 

C,R,Acad,.Sci«U.R.S.S. , 1 2 1 : 80-3 

prichinakh {^ДЪеИ infuzorii ¿od 

destviem rsntgenovskikh lucli^i 

( Causes of death in infucorians under 

the influence of X-rays) 



Annotation to follow. 



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Raikov, I.E. (1958) 59-7148 

C.R«Ac¿d. Sci.U«R.S.S. , 121:1 079-82 
Tsitokhiiiiichc'skie osobennosti 
i ademólo ax)parata ravnoresnichnykh 
Loxodes striatus i Lj_ magnus 
(Special cytochemical features of the 
nuclear apparatus of the isociliary 
infusoria Loxodes striatus and L. 
ma gnus ) 

Annotation to follov/. 



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Seraviny L.H. (1958) 



59-7149 



C. R.Acad, Sei. U,R.S,S. , 121 ;, 1090-2 



Izmeneniia rezistontnosti v pro.tsesac 
adaptatsii к soliam G'aCl2i, liaOl i KCl 
( Chan^^es of rosi stance of 

Paramecium c audatujn in. the 

course of adaptation 
to Ca CI 2 Í ïïaCl and KCl) 

Annotation to follow. 



ChittlehorouGh;, R.G. (l959) 59-7150 
Aust . J .Mar . Pr e shw. Re s . , 10(2) с 125-43 
Determination of age in the ЬглпрЪаск 
Y/halOy M e gap t era nodo sa (Воппа terre) 

The use of baleen, ear plugs j, à 
ovaries in the determination of age is 
descrihed. Prom evidence of haleen, 
majority reach puberty at 4 or 5 years 
Rate of accumulation of laminations in 
ear plugs is 2 per yearj mean rate of 
ovulation in sexually mature females 
is 1*1 per year. (Annot. from proof). 



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Thomson, J.H. (1959) 59-7151 
Aust . J .Mar . Pre shw . Res . , 1С ( 2 ) . 1 44-9 
The naturalisation of the Pacific 
oyster in -Australia 

Crassostrea gigas Thunherg¡, has been 
successfully transplanted from Japan 
to southern Australia. Mortality was 
heavy amongst those transported Ъу 
ship 5, hut negligible amongst those 
hrought in hy air. Rate of gro\rv'th has 
been greater than that of native 
oysters. Successful spatfalls have 
occurred in Port Sorell for 3 
successive seasons. (Annot. from proo:^ 
PiB L jmt M 



Olsen, A.M. (1959) 59-7152 

Aust-. J . M ar . Pre shw. Res. ., 10(2)l150-76 
The status of the school shark fishery 
in oouth-Eastern Australian waters 

Reviews catch statistics for 
Galeorhinus austral is ;, results of 
tagging experiments^ catch per hook 
fecundity > maturity J grov/th^ 
evidence of depletion, proposed 
conservcition measures, (Annot. from 
proof) . 



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p;.0/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(8)590 



Laserorij CF. (1959) 



59-7153 



Aust.J.Mar,FreGh\ToRes. , 10(2 ) с 177-267 
The family Pyramidellidae (Mollusca) 
from northern Australia 



Area incl. the Solanderian 
zoogeographical province., Рл part of 
the Dampierian province. All spp. ^ 
v/hether previously described or now 
proposed as пелуу are figured P.: 
discussed. Classification ê: 
distribution^ key to subfamilies ¿c 
genera.^ description of spp.» ne\7 
genera; list of spp. (Annot. from 
proof) . 
FiB s cf 1 M 



Pear sail, W.H. (1959) 59-71 5^ 
Hew Biol. , (29):95-101. 
The ecology of invasion: ecological 
stability and instability 

Essay review of 582209? drawing 
attention to Elton's emphasis on the 
importance of population L spp. 
diversity in producing an eco-system 
stable against invasion. 



Chai oner y 
Hew Biol. , 
Continental drift 



4G. (1959) 
(29)í7-30 



59-7154 



Statement of hypotheses & review of 
geological evidence of drift, climatic 



change & polar movement 



of the 



evidence from biology L rock 
magnetism fcr its occurrence. 



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MF 



Fogg, G.E. (1959) 59-7155 

Hew Biol. , (29):31-48 
Dissolved organic matter in oceans 
and lakes 



The amounts, chemical nature, origin 
ÍZ nutritional importance of these 
substances 5, the existence of ectorine 
substances, c: the presence of complex- 
forming substances. 



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Cragg, J.B. (1959) 59-7157 

Hew Biol. , (29): 102-23 

Biological studies in the Antarctic 

regions 

Deals chiefly with terrestrial life 
but has reference to the Antarctic 
convergence c'. the importance of marine 
plant L animal life. 



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Gurzçda, A. (i957) 59-71 5^ 

Roczn.Hauk rol. , 72:183-97 

Analiza, wzrostu karpi w stawach na 

podstav.ie po/ow6w kontrolnych 

(An analysis of the gro'vv-th of carp in 

ponds on the basis of control catches) 



En 



Ru 



Presents an analysis of the grovrfch 
of 2 year old carp from 3 Polish 
ponds over 2 seasons. 



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2(8)s91 



t 

i Czuhak, ïï. (1957) 59-7159 
Roczn.Uaulc rol. s 722I99-24I 
VX&écixjy st sun e к odéy\7Czy w paszy dla 
karpi (The proper nutritional 

1 ratio in the feed of carp). En Ru 

On basis of feeding experiments 
evaluation tables are presented for 
several feeds. 

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7/odek, .S. (1957) 59-7162 
Roczn.Nauk rol. , 72.327-68 
Nawozenie organiczne stawów 
przesadkov,ych (Organic 
fertilization of f ingerí ing ponds - 
Preliminary investigations). 
En Ru 

Investigations were conducted on the 
influence of barnyard manure c":. green 
fertilisation on the development of 
water organisms Í- on fishery 
production in f ingerí ing ponds. 

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Prze\7;fockiy K. (1957) 59-7160 
Roczn.Nauk rol., 72^243-53 
Obserwacje fizycznych i chemicznych 
warunkóvj na karmiskach w stav/ach 
karpio\fi';>'-ch (Observations on 
physical and chemical conditions of 
feeding grounds in carp ;conds). 
En Ru 

Discusses the effect of feed given 
to carp in ponds on the water 
environment. 

FAC : v/cb F 


Sanielewskij S, (1957) ^ 59-7163 
Roczn.Nauk rol., 72:369-^4 
Badania nad wp/y^vem mineralnego 
nav/ozenia azotowego na niektóre 
czynniki srodowiska v/odnego 
(investigations on the influence of 
mineral nitrogenous fertilization on 
some factors of the -./ater environment). 
En Ru 

Tests xjQTe conducted on mineral 

f ertiliTiation of v.'ater Virith calcium 

nitrate. 

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■^ ieniawskiy J. (1957) 59-7161 
Roczn.Nauk rol. s 72;255-325 
Poszukiwanie przyczyn zimo\';ych ub^^-tkov/ 
narybku karpi v/ sta\?ach (Searching 
for the causes of winter losses in 
carp fry in ponds). En Ru 

Discusses the influence of the 
physical J chemical J biological 
factors on carp fry in the wdntcr 
period. 

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Madras. Department of 59-71 6^ 

Fisheries (l95ö) 
Adm. Rep. Dep. Fish.l.-ladras ^ 1 956-57 > 235 P- 

Reports on biological со technological 
researchj technical assistance 
projects 0: long-term development 
plans.^ participation in meetings 
congresses J, socio-economic o:. 
statistical activities. 6З appendices 
give statistics 5 bibliographies, 
names of fishes o-; of water areas etc. 

PAOi'sjh MF 






FAO/ 59/10/7 201 



(Ö)c92 



Venkatraman> R. t'- 
S.T. Char i (1957) 

Indian J.meû.rfes.. 45 



59-7165 



Amino-acid composition of зоте narine 
fi blies 



59-7166 



Chari, S.T. C-. R. 

Venkatraman (1957) 
Indian J. med. Res. ^ 45 ' 

3emi-drying of pravms and its effect on 
the amino acid composition 



iVl 



Rotschi, II. (1958) 59-7167 

Rapp. 3 ci. Inst. franç.Océanie <, (7)^20 p . 
Résultats des ohservations scientifique; 
du "Tiare" croisière BûUîiTY sous le 
commandement du lieutenant de vaisseau 
îiorlanne - 20-29 juin 195ô (Results 
of scientific observations of the "Tiard' 
cruise BOUNTY under command of Lt. 
Morlanne- 20-29 June 1958) 

Contains comments on methods, chart of 
stations, Pr temperature, salinity b. 
sigma-t data given in a series of 
tables c. diai^rams. 



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Rotschij H. (1958) 59-7168 

Rapp. sei. Inst. franç.Océa nie , ( 8 ) • 6 4 p • 
ORûOK III - Résultc.ts de la croisière 
AoTROLABïi. 1° partie. Océanographie 
physique (ORoOM III - Results of 
the cruise ACTROLABE. I Part. 
Physical oceanography) 

Tempera ture. ^ salinity ?.• sigma-t data 
are given in a series of ta.hles !'-■■ 
diagrams, r^ethods of v/ork are 
de s Cj-'íd cd. 



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Y.'ilkinsonj L. (I' 
Il.Z.J.Soi. , 2-196-207 
Sampling of tidal waters 



59- 



■169 



Investigation of the effect of 
monthly P:i twice-daily changes in the 
tides on the composition of the tidal 
waters of 2 lov;-lying rivers in îTew 
Zc-,land¡, flo\...dng into a common 
estuary with a narrow outlet to the 
sea. In assessing degree of pollution^ 
the mean of a fev/ low-water samples 
/■ the mean of a large number of 
samples taken at all stages of the 



tide had virtually 
significance. 
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the same 



MP 



Mauchline^ J. (1958) 59-7170 
Thesis,) Univ. Glasgow, U.K., 
Contrihutions to the hiology of the 
crustacean euphausidj Meganyct iphane s 
norvegica (M.Gars) 

Anatomy, histology; ^i^z development;; 
vertical migrations:^ feeding methods, 
morphometry; seasonal m.ovements 
within Clyde Sea- area. 



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2(8)^93 



FAO (1959) 59-7171 
Yearh. Fish. statist. F. A. 0. , G(1957); 

ïahles of imports ¿о exports ^ Ъу spp. 
groups у countries;, commodity. 

GLICLSJh MF 


-IPFC (1959) 59-7174 
Curr.Aff.Bull. , Bangkok, (24)l51 p. 

Briefly reports activities of IPFC 
è- of its committees c-j officers j <".■ 
important current fisheries 
developments in both member countries 
(k. other parts of the world, as knov/n 
to date of issue^ April 1959- lists 
references & annotates some recent 
publications of interest to fisheries 
Avorkers in the Indo-l'acif ic region. 
This issue contains articles on 
fishing boats ^ on gillnets. 

SJH^sjh ЬД 


Batchelor, J.H. (1959) 59-717?^ 
St. Louis Univ. Press 5 îîissouri^ 865 p. 
Operations research - An annotated 
hihliography 

Greatly expanded revision of 
hihliography puhlished in 1952 "by Case 
Institute of Technology y Ohio. 4I95 
annotated references in alphabetical 
order of authors' names. Suhject index;; 
some," but very few examples of 
fisheries studies^ none later than 1953« 

FAOssjh G 


Schultz, L.P. (1959-) 59-7175 

Science 5 130 г 93-4 

Fishes of the Great Lakes region 

Critical review of 59-671 6. 

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MorriSp V.B. (1957) ■ 59-7173 
Thesis, Univ. Edinburgh 
Studies on the light response of the 
arnmocoete larva of Lampetra planeri 
(Bloch) and Larapetra fluviatilis (Linn) 

M 


Thcrson, T.B. (1959) 59-7176 

Science, ..130 s 9-9-^1 00 

Partitioning of body ^vater in ,sea 

lamprey 

Measurem.ents v/ere made of the 
partitioning of total body vrater in 
the sea lamprey, Petromyzon marinus., 
betv/een intracellular &■ extracellular 
compartments è the division of the 
latter into interstitial fluid & 
plasma. Comparison is made with 
elasmobranchs -■■ more advanced 
teleosts. 

FAO.tbt MF 

! 
i 

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Filo/59/10/7201 



2(8):94 



Hess, E.H. (1959) 
Science , 130; 133-41 

Imprinting 



59-7177 



History of the concept of imprinting 
& description of experiments to 
determine the 'critical period' for 
its estaЪlishment ;, the conditions under 
v.rhich it is effected c; v/hich determ.ine 
its intensity c.. aspects of its nature, _, 
discussion of its relation with innate 
Ъehaviour patterns c": learning. 



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MF 



Shepard^ F.P, (1959) 
Science , 130:141-9 

Marine sediments 



59-7173 



Account of research on recent 
sediments ê: discussion of the 
evidence they furnish on the 
conditions under v/hich sedimentary 
rocks have Ъееп formed. 



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Borchert, IÎ. (1959) 59-7179 
Berlin, Eornt raeger^ 237 P» -■ • ■■ 
Ozeane Salzlagerstätten - Grundzüge der 
Entstehung und Metamorphose ozean^f^r 
Salzlagerstätten sov^/ie des 
Gebirgsverhaltens von Sal^Agesteinsmasuoi 
(Treatise on the origin and 
metamorphosis of marine salt deposits 
and on the correlation to mountain 
farming salt beds) 



Clark, E. (1959) 



59-7IÖO 



Science , 130:217-8 

Instrumental coi-iditioning of lemon 

sharks 

2 sharks viere trained to feed at a 
target v/hichj when pressed, caused a 
submerged hell to ring. Later they 
v/ere trained to press the target for 
remotely placed food. They retained 
this coi'ditioned response after a 1 0- 
v/eek period of inactivity. 



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Ericson, D.B. (1959) 59-7IÖI 
Science^ 130:219-20 
Coiling direction of Glohigerina 
pa chy derma as a climatic index 

An interdependence between the 
geographical distribution of dextral 
Г-- sinistral populations of the 
planktonic foraminifer, Gj_ pachyderma ^ 
Í: sea surface-temperatures is 
demonstrated. It is inferred that 
changes in dominant coiling direction 
at lower levels in sediment cores 
from the I'Jorth Atlantic record south- 
v/ard shifts of isotherms during the 
last ice age. 
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UGGI (1959) 
Chron.U.G.G. 



(l9)c65-96 



59-7IÖ2 



Contains list of scientific papers 

presented at the meeting of lAPO in 
Toronto during the general assembly 
of lUGG in 1957» 



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îV.o/59/io/7201 



2(8):95 



Forrester J "/.D. (195S) 



59-71 G3 



Cittawaj 73 p. 
Current measurements 



in Passamaquoddy 



Bay and the Бау of Fundy^ 1957 ^.nd 
1958 

ТаЪи1аг & graphic presentation of 
tidal stream ô residual current at 
the anchor stations in Passamaquoddy 
Bay г.-, the Bay of Fundy. 



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Shen, C.-J. с 
H.-L. Li (1959) 



59-71 G4 



Acta zoo l.sinica, 1l(l)s12-23 
(Parasitic co"pep"ods from fishes of 
China - IV, Cali^oidac, Cali£,idae (з) ) 
Ch En 



Description of the пем spp. Caligua 
undulatus (".-. C. CO status. 



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Li, P. (1959) ^59-7185 

Acta zo ol.s inica » 1 1 ( 1 ) ■ 42--C 
(The influence of prolonged starvation 
upon the sex-ratio in the goldfish, 
Carassius aura tus ) . _Ch En 

5 month rearing experiments., 7-11/57.; 
showed differential mortality» Gonad 
of one malo had several testes-ova 
like primary oocyte of a normal female. 



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Li, P. (1959) 59-7186 

Acta gool.sinica , 1l(l)'^49-56 
(Variations of the sex-ratio and 
differential mortality in the goldfish, 
Carassius aura tus ) . _Cli En 

Comparison of sex ratios in wild 
lùâjujlbu xici noar 1 ökini_. ác in 
aquarium hred stocks shov/ei seasonal 
::, age variations. Sexual difforences 
in : rcYJto rato. 



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59-7187 



G.E. Pickford (1959) 
Endeavour , l8c125-9 

The use of pituitary hormones in fish 
cul tur e 



An ill. review of the history of 
domestication of fish, &:. particularly 
of induction of spavming in many fresh- 
v/ater spp. Detailed mention of work 
on sturgeons с Indian carps ^'C catfishes 



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59-7188 



Jones, J.\7. 

ITew Scient. , 6; 122-3 

The spav.Tiing behaviour of the salmon 

Brief account of the life-history of 
the salmon, detailed account of 



reproductive behaviour , 
of research, with ill. 



description 



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Namiasy J. (1959) 59-7189 | 

J.geophys.Res. , 642631-46 i 

Recent seasonal interactions Ъetлveen ' 
North Pacific v/aters and the over- 
lying atmospheric circulation 

The recent pronounced anomalous 
v/arming of surface waters of the 
eastern North Pacific is related to 
prevailing ahnormalities in the over- 
lying atmospheric circulation. 



Bjerknesj J. A.B. (1959) 



59- 



-719'¿ 



64 



)Ö9 



J. geophys.Res . g 

North Atlantic sea surface ■ 

temperatures and atmospheric 

circulation 

Ahstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting of 
the American Geophysical Union^ 
Stanford, California, Feh. 5-6^ 1959« 



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Tyler, J.E. , W.H. 59-7190 

Richardson & R.W. Holmes (1959) 
J. geophys.Res. , 64s 667-73 
Method for obtaining the optical 
properties of large hodies of water 

Equipment for ohtaining the important 
optical properties of large hodies 
of water is descrihed & a method for 
computing six optical properties 
from measurements of radiance 
distrihution is given. 



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Brooks, N.H. (1959) 59-7193 

J. geophys.Res. , б4"689 
Lateral diffusion of mass in a 
steady current in the ocean or 
atmosphere 

Ahstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southv/est Regional Meeting ■ 
of the American Geophysical Union, 
Stanford, California, Feh. 5-6, 1959' 



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Ahraham, G. (1959) 59-7191 

J. geophys.Res. , 64° 689 

T/ater gravity waves generated Ъу a 

moving circular low pressure area 

Ahstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Union, • 
Stanford, California, Feh. 5-6, 1959^ 



Hill, R.A. (1959) 

J. geophys.Res. , 64:690 

Inflo-,; to Lake Titicaca 



59-7194 



GLK; 



Ahstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Union, 
Stanford, California, Feh. 3-в ^ 1959 



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2(8)c97 



LaFond, E.G. 



(1959) • 59-7195 
J. geophys« Res. ^ 64s 69 1 . 
Sea-surface slicks off Mission Beach 



Raid, J. L. J Jr, 
J. ^r^'eoph^^G« Rei 



ü:.^ 



(1959) 

64^693 



Abstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Union^ 
Stanford J California J Feh. ^-o ^ 1959» 



Evidence of the e3:istence of 
Equatorial oountercurrent in 
Pacific 



59-719S 

a South 
the 



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Ahstr, of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southv\;est Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Uniony 
Stanford ^ Galiforniaj Feb. 5-65 1959- 



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Little 5 ЕЛ.1. (1959) 59-7196 
Jygeophys.Res. , 64c 692 
Fluid permeahility profile of sea. ice 
as a good index of its condition 

Ahstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Union j 
Stanford,, Calif ornia^ Feh. 5-6, 1959. 



Saur^ J.P.T. r?: 59-7199 

L.E. Eher (1959) 
J. geophys.Res. 9 Ъ/^. б94 
On the prepration and significance 
of monthly mean sea-surface 
temperature charts of the îiorth 
Pacific Ocean 

Ahstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting 
of the ilmerican Geophysical Unionj 
Stanford J California;, Feh. 5-6 j 1959' 



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Miller, D.J. (1959) 59-7197 

J. geophys.Res . ¡, 64^692 

Giant waves in Li tuya Bay 5 Alaska 

Ahstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southv/est Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Union ^ 
Stanford^ California J Feh. 5-6, 1959« 



Thompson^ v.". C. (1959) 59-7200 
J . geophy s .Res. 9 64^694 ' 
Modifications to the application. of 
the Pierson-Neumann theory in the 
forecasting of ocean swell 

Ahstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Unionj 
Stanford, California, Feh. ^-в ., 1959< 



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Naraiasj J. (1959) 59-7189 

J,geophys«Res» , 64^631-46 
Recent seasonal interactions between 
North Pacific v/aters and. the over- 
lying atmospheric circulation 

The recent pronounced anomalous 
Vv-arming of surface waters of the 
eastern North Pacific is related to 
prevailing ahnormalities in the over- 
lying atmospheric circulation« 



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BJerknesy J.A.B. (1959) 59-71 S'^¿ 
J. geophys»Res. ^ 64 "689 
North Atlantic sea surface 
temperatures and atmospheric 
circulation 

Ahstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting of 
the American Geophysical Union^ 
Stanford, Calif orniac Feh. 5-6, 1959« 



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Tyler, J.E., W.H. 59-7190 

Richardson & R.V/. Holmes (1959) 
J.geophys.Res. ^ 64s667-73 
Method for obtaining the optical 
properties of large bodies of water 

Equipment for obtaining the important 
optical properties of large bodies 
of water is described ê: a method for 
computing six optical properties 
from measurements of radiance 
distribution is given. 



Brooks» N.H. (1959) 



59-7193 



J. geophys.Res. ¡, 64 "689 
Lateral diffusion of mass in a 
steady current in the ocean or 
atmosphere 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Union, 
Stanford, California, Feb. 5-6, 1959 



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Abraham, G. (1959) 59-7191 

J.geophys.Res. , 64^689 

"Tater gravity vra-ves generated by a 

moving circular low pressure area 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Union, 
Stanford, California, Feb, 5-6, 195Í 



Hill, R.A. (1959) 
J.geophys.Res. , 64269O 
Inflo-,: to Lake Titicaca 



59-7194 



Abstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Sou-chv/est Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Union, 
Stanford, California, Feb. 5-6, 1959 



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2(8)c97 



LaFondj E.G. 



(1959) ■ 59-7195 
J. f>;eoph.ys.Res« ^ 64^691 
Sea-surface slicks off Mission Beach 



Reidj J.L. , Jr. (1959) 



59-7198 



AЪstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southv;est Regional Meeting 
of the i\jnerican Geophysical Union, 
Stanford, California, Feh, 5-6, 1959« 



GLK: 



M 



Littlej E,M. (1959) 59-7196 
J. geophys« Res. s б4сб92 
Fluid permeability profile of sea ice 
as a piood, index of its condition 



Ahstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southv/est Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Union, 
Stanford, California, Feb. 5-6, 1959. 



GLK 2 



Miller, D.J. (1959) 59-7197 

J. geoiJhys.Res . , 642692 

Giant waves in Lituya Bay, Alaska 

Ahstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southv/est Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Union, 
Stanford, California, Feb. 5-6, 1959' 



GLK; 



M 



J . ge ophy s « Res . , 64"693 

Evidence of the existence of a South 

Equatorial count er current; in the 

Pacific 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting 
of the American Geopliysical Union, 
Stanford, California, Feb. 5-6, 1959< 



GLK: 



Saur, J. F, T. 



¿I 



59-7199 



L.E. Eber (1959) 
J. geophys. Res. , 64 694 
On the prepration and significance 
of monthly mean sea-surface 
temperature charts of the ilorth 
Pacific Ocean 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting 
of the i\merican Geophysical Union, 
Stanford, California, Feb. 5-6, 1959 



GLK; 



Thompson, ÏÏ. С (1959) 59-7200 
J. geophys. Res. , 64^694 
Modifications to the application of 
the Pi er son-Neumann theory in the 
forecasting of ocean sv/ell 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southwest Regional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Union, 
Stanford, California, Feb. 5-6, 1959' 



GLK 



M 



РЛО/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(0)^98 



Tyler, J.E. (1959) 



59-7201 



J.fíeophys.Res. , 64^694 

The directional distriЪution of 

natural light at various depths under 

v/ater 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 
Pacific Southv/est Re¡^ional Meeting 
of the American Geophysical Union^ 



Anonymous (1959) 
blew Scient« , 6s233 
A dissolving wire 



59-7204 



Stanford J California y РеЪ. ^-6 



1959 



GLK. 



MF 



Tyler, J.E. (1959) 59-7202 

J« geophys»Res. , 64:694 

Some current hydro-optical research 



liote on method of protecting ships' 
hulls from corrosion Ъу trailing 
aluminium wire cathode. 



PAO'sjh 



M 



Laughton, A. S. (1959) 
Hew Scient, , 6 ¿237-40 
The sea floor 



59-7205 



in the USSR 






111. article on sounding Sz survey 


Ahstr. of paper presented at the 


methods, underwater photography, 


Pacific Southv/est Regional Meeting 


physical features c' topography of the 


of the American Geoxjhysical Unionj 


bottom. 


Stanford;, California J Feh. 5-6 j 1959« 




GLK с MF 


FAOtsjh M 


ïïickham, J, В., J. Blond in 59-7203 


Falconer, B. S. (1959) 59-7206 


& J. Hegele (1959) 


íTew Scient., 6:^250 


J.geophys.Res. 5 643695 


Spawning behaviour of the salm.on 


Some ocean wave spectra at Davenport ^ 




California 


Letter referring to 59-71ÖG & 




criticizing the conclusions of the 


Ahstr. of paper presented at the 


latter. 


Pacific 'Southwest Regional Meeting 




of the American Geophysical Union._, 




Stanford, California, Feh, 5-бр 1959« 





GLK 



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FAOcsjh 



MF 



FAO/ 59/ 10/7 201 



2(8) 



99 



Jones, J/,7. (1959) 59-7207 

New Soient, , 6:250 

Spawning behaviour of the salmon 

Reply to 59-7206. 



PAO', sjh 



MF 



Reynolds J E. S. 5; 

S.P. Meyers (1959) 
Science , 130^4 
Marine fungi and Limnoria 

Criticism of 59-2514. 



59-7208 



PAOssjh 



Hansen,, P. (1959) 59-7210 

Dansk FiskTid. , 77 '145-6 
De f iskerihiologiske under s/gel ser i 
de grpnlandske farvande (The 
fisheries hiological investigation in 
Greenland waters) 

Reviev/ of Danish investigations in the 
sea areas around Greenland during 
1958 & prognoses on the future cod 
fishery in this area. 



FAO:tl 



Anonymous (1959) 59-7211 

Dansk FiskTid. , 77^229-30 

Under spgel serne i havet ved Faer/erne 

og i nordlige havomrâder 

(investigations in the seas around 

Faer^^ers ana in the northern sea 

areas) 

Review of Danish hydro graphical & 
fisheries investigations during 195Ô 
c; notes on international herring 
investigations. 



PAOitl 



Ray , D , L . <?: 

D.E. Stunta (1959) 
Science, 130:46-7 
/Letter/ 

Answer to 59-7208. 



59-7209 



FAO.sjh 



Anonymous (1959) 59-721 

Dansk FiskTid. , 77з231-2 
Faerjz^ernes nye f iskerigraense 
(The nev; fishery boundaries of the 
Faeroes) 



Review of Danish-British agreement 
on the fishery boundaries around 
Faeroes Islands. 



PAO^tl 



FaO/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(8).100 



Finger y G.L. ¿: 59-7213 ! 

P.E. FieldG (1957) 
Tech. Rep. U.Y.^sh. Sell. Fish. , (34) '^25 p. 
The role of light adaptation on 
negative phototaxis in salmon 
(Oncorhynchus kisutch) 

PA 33(1)511. 

MF 


i 
'7aldj G. (1957) 59-7216 1 
J. gen. Physiol. , 40:901-14 | 
The metamorphosis of visual systems 
in the sea lamprey 

PA 33(2)3016. 

MF 


Johnson;, D.E. с': ' 59-7214 

P.E. Fields (1957) 
Tech. Rep. и. Uash. och. Fish. , (35)-5б p. 
The application of certain 
conditioning and handling techniques 
to the guidance of dov/nstream migrant 
salmon 

PA 33(1)526. 

MF.. 


'■odinsky, J. r^ 59-7217 

M.E. Bitterman (1957) 
Amer. J. Psychol. 5 70^569-76 
Discrimination-reversal in the fish 

PA 33(2)3237. 

MF 


Otisj L.S. , J. A. Cerf 59-7215 

& G.J. Thomas (l957) 
■Science., 126^263-4 

Conditioned inhihition of respiration 
and heart rate in the goldfish 

PA 33(1 )547' An apparatus & procedure 
for inducing conditio ned inhibition of 
breathing rate 0: heart rate in 
Carassius auratus is reported. 
Typical results are presented in a 
f i glare. 

FAOipa F 


îîountcastle, V.B. (l95ö) 59-721G 
Annu. Rev. Physiol. 5 20c471-50o 
Somatic functions of the nervous 
system 

PA 33(3)5235. 

MF 



pao/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8):101 



FoTbes, A. et al. (1958) 59-7219 
J.ITeuropíiysiol . ; 21:247-62 
Electroretinogram of fresh-water 
turtle г quantitative responses to 

color shift 



PA 33(3)5341. 



P 



King, J. A. (195Ö) 59-7222 i 

Г sy Chol. Bull. , 55:46-50 j 

Parameters relevant to determining 
the effects of early experience upon 

the adult hehaviour of animals 

■ 

PA 33(3)5456. 



MF 



Cerfj F.R. (1957) 59-7220 

Bull. Group franc. Rorschach ^ (9)^15-9 
Les animaux de la Flanche VIII 
(The anim.als of "Planche VIII>') 

PA 33(3)5431. 



MF 



Kasprzykj Z, ô: 59-7223 

II. Calvin (1959) 
Proc.nat.Acaä.Sci.U.S. , 45^952-9 
¿iearch for unstable CO2 fixation- 
products in algae using low 
temperature liquid scintillators 



Experiments v/ith S cene tie smu s to learn 
more of the unstably hound COoy using 
a com.hustion method. 



FAC;sjh 



PG 



^. 



Johnson, D.E. (I95O) 59-7221 

Dissert. Abstr. , 18:1507-8 
The application of certain conditioning 
and handling techniques to the 
guidance of dov/nstream migrant salmon 

PA 33(3)5455. Sec 59-7214. 



F 



Libby, -7.F. (1959) 



59-722 



Proc.nat.Acad. Sci.U. S¿ ^ 45 '^959-76 
Radioactive fallout particularly 
from the Russian October series 

Takes account of some measurements 
taken at sea. 



PAO LS oh 



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рас/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8):102 



Bilton, Т.Н., M. P. Sliepard 59-7225 

с: D.W. Jenkinson (1959) 
С1гс.Ъ1о1. Sta.Hancimo , (52)26 p. 
Sampling of 1958 Б. С. salmon catches 



and escapement: 
comioosition 



for a,a:e and sex 



Results of sockeye sampling; in 
British Columbia. 



FAO: sjh 



ÎIF 



Anonymous (1959) 59-7228 

Trade News , 1l(l2):7-9 

North Pacific fisheries problems 

Short reports on lîJPFC activity f- 
of 2nd Conference on Co-ordination of 
Fisheries Piegulations, Vancouver;, 
April 1959 - U.S. r- Canada. 



FiBcsjh 



MF 



MacPhaily J. S. ê: 

J. С. Medcof (1959) 
Trade Hews, 1l(l2)c3-6 



59-7226 



Ocean quahaug explorations 



Prospecting for Árctica islándica 
in IJorthumherland Strait ^ using a 
hydraulic dredge. 



FiB'jsjh 



M 



Anonymous (1959) 
Trade News , 11(12):6 
Completion of oyster transfer 



59-7227 



Final phase of 3-year project ¡^ 
sponsored Ъу the Department of 
Fisheries of Canada 5 for the transfer 
of 10,000 barrels of disease- 
resistant Prince Edward Island 
oysters to rehabilitate stocks in 
New" Brunswick & Nova Scotia. 



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Anonymou s ( 1 9 5 9 ) 

Trade News, 1 1 ( 12) : 10-1 ., 15 

Lamprey control encouraging 



59-7: 



Note on reviev/ of problem presented 
to GLFCj Ottawa „ April 1959« 



FiB i sjh 



MF 



Anonymous (1959) 
Trade News , 11 (12)^15 
Lake Erie experiments 



59-7230 



Commercial fishing methods generally 
used in Canada's coastal & deep sea 
fishing operations are to be tried in 
Lake Erie early this summ.er by the 
federal Department of Fisheries. The 
testing of the gear is part of the 
expanded technical development 
programme of the Department ' s 
Industrial Development Service. The 
types of gear which vd.ll be tried are 
the midwater trawl ^ purse seine, 
Danish seine f5; bottom trawl. 
FiB : a F 



FaO/ 59/10/7201 



2(8)„103 



Black, Vf. A. (1959) 59-7231 

Qttav/a, Dep. Mines or. tech. Surveys 
Gulf of St. La\40?ence ice survey ^ 
winter 1957 

Reports an aerial survey of ice 
conditions during February & March 
1957-; a continuation of the survey 
undertaken during the winter of 1956* 
The primary purpose was to observe ¿:. 
map the coverage Ô-. distribution of the 
various types of ice o: to observe the 
general movements of the ice. 
Conducted by the Geographical Branch 
of the Department of Mines c: Technical i 
Surveys ¿:. the Royal Canad.ian Air For ce ^ 



Jitts, IÎ.R. (1959) 59-7234 

Tech. Pap. Div. Fish. C. S. I. R. 0. , (б)с2бр, 
lîeasurements of light penetration in 
the Tasman Sea¡, 1955-57 

Detailed tabulation of observations 
c; discussion of diurnal Sz annual 
variations. 



FAO;glk 



Í.- co-ordinatod by 
Research Section of 
Research Board. The 



59-7231 
(Card 2) 
the Geophysical 
the Defense 
Royal Canadian 



Norway. Committee for 

V.'haling Statistics (1959) 
Int о """hal. Statist. ^ (41)^05 p. 



59-7235 



Navy c" the Atlantic Océanographie 
Group collaborated in the project. 



swab 



MF 



Introductory review of statistics for 
1956-57? followed by tables of 
catches f- effort by country., area;, 
spp. ,, sex '•-■ size,, oil ijroduction' 
measurement of foetuses. 



FAOrsjh 



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Black, V:.A. (1959) 59-7233 

0tta\7a<, Dep. Mines &. teoh¿ Surveys 
A report on sea ice conditions in the 
eastern Arctic, summer 195^ 

Rci^ult of the 3rd ice reconnaissance 
survey of the eastern Arctic, carried 
out during summer 195^? provides a 
picture of the nature, conditions Ô: 
distribution of the ice encountered 
by Canadian Government ships. The 
puri^ose is to record the special 
problems that ice presents to ships 
in Canada's Eastern Arctic waters. 



Norway. Com.miittee for 59-7236 

ÏÏhaling Statistics (l959) 
Int . '.".lial_._S ta_t ist^^, ( 42 ) . 56 P • 

Introductory review of statistics for 
1957-58, followed by tables of 
catches c- effort by country, area, 
spp. , sex rb size;^ oil production;, 
measurement 01 foetuses. 



s wab 



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Fi.O/ 59/10/7 201 



2 ( 8 ) И 04 



ПШ (1959) 59-7237 
Int, hy dr. Bull., (7)^208-32 

Contains notes on the activities of 
the Bureau & information on chart s 5, 
sailing directions, lights, tides êz 
currents, work carried out Sc projected 
& new charts à neyj editions of charts. 


i 

"Pekoe" (1959) 59-7240 
V.orld Fish., 8(3): 69-73 
The wheel has turned 

Observations on the results of the 
1958 herring fishery season. 


FAO z glk M 


PAO с glk M 


Craig, R.E. (1959) 59-7238 
World Fish., 8(3)^46-7 
Narrov/ heam echo sounder on trial - 
standard machine adapted on EXPLORER 

Brief note on the equipment & 
results obtained with it. 


Hepher^ Б. (1959) 59-7241 
Bamidgeh, 1l(l):3-22 

Chemical fluctuations of the water of 
fertilized and unfertilized fishponds 
in a subtro-oical climate. En Iw 

Reports observations at Dor Fish 
Culture Research Station, Israel^ 1953- 
56. 


FAO ^ glk M 


PiB:sjh F 


Anonymous (l959) 59-7239 

'.Vorld Fish. , 8(3) 48-50 

bLARA is v^^ell fitted for her research 

tasks 


Ben-Ari, A. (1959) 59-7242 
Bamidgeh, 1l(l):23-5 

The problem of "wild" spav/ning and its 
use in the carp ponds. En Iv^ 


Brief note describing the vessel, her 
equipment &: fishing gear performance. 


A note concerning Cyprinus carpió 
culture. 


FAO s glk M 


FiBcsjh F 



FAO/59/10/7201 



2(8):105 



Pruginin^ J. Iz 59-7243 

A. Беп -Ari (1959) 
Bamidgeh , 1l(l)-25-8 
Instructions for the construction 
and repair of fish ponds. En _Iw 

A hrief outline of suitahle 
specifications for ponds in Israel. 



FiB;;sjh 



Holt, S.J. (1959) 59-7246 

Expert Meetin^'-^ on Fishery otati&tics 
in the ITorth Atlantic Area 5 Edinburgh , 
Scotland., 22-30 Septemher 1959 . 

FAG/IGES/ I CITAF ~ ESTAITA V.t72 
The use of fishery statistics Ъу 
research Liolo£;ists 



FiB' 



M 



59-7244 



PruÊ^nin, J. (1959) 

Bamidgeh , 11 (l);, 28-30 

Rentahility of chemical v/eed control 

in drainage canals. JEn Iw 

Experiments compa.ring costs 5, in 
Israel of eradicating Phragmites 
communis F.i other plants Ъу hand 
v/eeding ¿: by use of dalapon c- 2.4-1* 
ester. 



FiBss jh 



F 



Rashley, F.J. ¿o 59-7245 

J.B. Rutherford '(1959) 
Expert Meeting on Fishery Statistics 
in the ITorth A tlantic, iir e a ^ E с i пЪ ur gh , 
Scotland, 2 2 -30 oeptemher 1959 !> 

РА0/1СЕ5/ГШАЕ - ESTaKA V.T/Í 
A report on a survey of fishery 
statistics of the main countries 
fishing the Middle and ITorth Atlantic 
area 



Scottj A. (1959) 



59-7247 



Expert Meeting on Fishery Statisti_cs 
in the ITorth Atla ntic Ar ea, Edinburgh , 
Scotland, 22-30 Septem be r 1959 5 
FAO/ICES/lCITAF - ESTAITA ÏÏP/3 
The use of fishery statistics \ij 
research economists 



FiB; 



M 



(1959) 



59-7240 



Gerhardsen, G.l 

Expert Meeting on Fishery Statistics 

in the ITorth Atlantic Area 



i-idinhurgh . 



Scotland, 22-30 Septem.h er 19 59-. 



FÄQ/ICES/IGITA F 



íjíjT 



га:та 



ЧА 



The use of fishery statistics Ъу 
government and business in ITorth- 
TJurope 



est 



FiB: 



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PiBs 



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pao/ 59/10/7201 



2(8)s106 



Rutherford, J. Б. (1959) 59-7249 I 
Expert Meeting on Fishery StatinticG Î 
in the North Atlantic Area, Edinhurgh » \ 
Scotland, 22-30 September 1959^ 

FAQ/I CES/ICMF - E5TA1IA WP/5 
The use of fishery statistics Ъу 
business and government in North 
America 



FiB; 



M 



Fridriksson, A. (1959) 59-7250 
Expert Meeting on Fishery Statistics 
in the North Atlantic Apea^ Edinburgh ^ 
Scotland y 22-30 Sep tember 1959 9 



FAO/ICES/ICNAF - ES?IU4A '..P/8 ' 
Fishery statistical requirement; 
ICES 



of 



FiB; 



M 



ICeir, R.S, (1959) 



59-7251 



Expert Meeting on Fishery Statistics ; 
in the North Atlantic Area^ Edinburgh ; 
Scotland, 22-30 September <, 1959 ? 

FAO/ICES/ICNAF - ESTAITA ',',T/9 
Fishery statistical requirements of 
ICNAF 



FiB г 



M 



U.N. Statistical Office ' 59-7252 

Department of Economic Affairs (1959¡) 
Expert Meeting on Fishery Statistics 
in the North Atlantic Area, Edinburgh ,, 
Scotland, 22-30 September 1959 , 
FAO/ 1 CES/ ICNAF - EoTANA V/P/1Q 
Statistics of the fish processing 
industry 



FiB; 



M 



U.N. Statistical Office 59-7253 

Department of Economic Affairs (1959 
Expert Meeting on Fishery Statistics 
in the North Atlantic Area, Edinburgh , 
Scotland, 22-30 September 1959 9 
FAO/ICES/ICNAF - EoTANA :;Т/11 
Statistics on the distribution of fish 
and fish products through wholesale 
and retail channels 



FiB; 



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Eddie, G.C. et al. (1959) 59-7254 
Expert Meeting on Fishery Statistics 
in the North Atlantic Area, Edinburgh 



Scotland 



■30 September 1959 



FAO/ICES/ICNAF - ESTAÑA SF/8 
The statistical needs of the 
designer of large trawlers and ship- 
borne processing plant 



FiB s 



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lO/ 59/ 10/7 2 Ol 



2(8)П07 



Jones, N.R. (1959) 59-7255 

J.Sci.Fd Agrie« ; 10:2u2-6 
The free arnino-acids of fish - II. 
Fresh skeletal muscle from lemon sole 
( Pleuronectes microcephalus ) 

Free amino-acid composition surveyed 
over a 3-yea,r period.. Со.па1аегаЪ1е 
variations occur j some of them 
seasonal. These findings are discussed 
in relation to their significance in 
fish technology ô-, comparative 
biochemistry. 



FAO z nr j 



59-7258 



Eystedtj J. J L. Sv/enne 

¿:. H.'.7. Aas (1959) 
J.Sci.Fd Agrie. , 102.301 -4 
Determination of trimethylamine 
oxide in fish muscle 

Rcviev/ of literature ¿; description 

of method. 



FAOjsjh 



MF 



Wiesner, (1958) 

Бг auwei t ^ 98Bs862 

Fish poisoning Ъу ammoniacal 

brewery effluents 



59-7256 



JSFA 10(5):i--292. Severe cases have 
been connected with operations 
involving repairs or renev.^alc of 
cooling plant. Data are given in 
confirmation of the toxicity of NH-i to 
fish. 



jsia 



Ъолгетп, J.A.J J. Olley 59-7259 

Г-: H.A. V;atson (1959) 
J.:i.oi.Fd Agrie. , 10;: 327-37 
Changes in the lipids 'Of cod during 
vSt orage in ice 

Contents as per title. 



FAC:8Jh 



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Gamesony A.L.H. & 59-7257 

A. Б. ^/^leatland (1958) 
J. Inst. Sew. Pur if. , ( 2 ) J 1 06-1 9 
Ultimate ox^-^gen demand (U.O.D.) and 
course of oxidation of sewage 
effluents 

J3FA 10(5) Л-292. 



F 



Schubert, E. (1958) 59-7260 

Ilaturwis Seilschaften , 45 -57"! -2 
Polarographic determination of 
oz-^ygen at pressures above atmospheric, 
measurement of oxygen consimiption in 
biological investigations 

JSFA lO(6),;i-348. 



FAO/59/lO/7201 



2(8)s108 



Beeverp С. <?: 59-7261 

К. Euud (1959) 
FAQ 9 Rome, mime о , 88 p.' 
Financial assistance schemes for the 
acquisition of improvement of fishing 
craft 

A draft reviev; of suЪject5 with 
examples from various countries c, 
especially Belgium, Canada, Denmark, 
France, German Federal Republic, 
Ireland, Japan, Malta, Norway, Spain, 
South Africa, UIC, USA. 



FiBcGjh 



M 



h 



59- 



■7262 



llalhandoglu, U. (1959) 
.iidrobiol « Istanhul , 4Bc111~57 
Morphological study of the fin and 
connective systems in Anatolian 
Cypr ino do nt ida e 



Detailed ill. anatomical study of 
girdles of Aphanius ,j Ana t о 1 i cht hy s , 
■ Год swigi cht hy s (".: the "Eur dur" fishes, 
in their hybrids è. abnormal forms. 



FAO.sjh 



Petkovski, Т.К. (1959) 



59-7263 



Ilidrobiol . Istanbul , 4БП 58-65 
Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Ostracoden- 
Fauna Jugoslav/iens (v) 
(Contribution to the knowledge of 
Yugoslavian ostra cod fauna; 

111. description of spp. of 

Ilyodromus , Limnocythere , I'. Lept осу there 



FAO-.sjh 



Petkovski, Т.К. (1959) 59~72б4 
I-Iidrobio l . Istan bul , 4Вс1бб-9 
Beiträge sur Kenntnis der Entorno st ralceiti 
des Bojansko Blato in Bulgarien 
(Contribution to the knowledge of 
entomostraca of Bojansko Blato in 
Bulgaria) 

I'Totes, v/ith ill., on spp. of 
BryocamptuG ^ Elaphoidella , 
Iiixodiaptomus , Bryocamptus , 
Cyclo cypr is ''• Cypria . 



FAO:sjh 



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Karaman, S.L. (1959) 59-7265 
Hidrobi ol . Ir.tanbul , 4B; 170-5 
Über eine neue Unterart von ITiphargyis 
tauri (ochellenberg) , n.ssp. 
csogovonsis aus Jugoslawien (On a 
nev/ form of Hiphargus tauri 
(Schellenberg), n.ssp. osogovensis , 
fr om Yu go s 1 a V i a ) 

111. description. 



FAO ;; s jh 



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Demir, M. (1959) 59-7266 

Hidrobiol. Istanbul , 4БП76-9 
Fontellidae and Parapontellidae 
(Pelagic copepoda) from the Southern 
Black, llarmara, and North-East Aegean 
Seas 



Short account of distribution, 
abundance, c": importance of spp. of 
.? 



Anomal О cera , Ponteila , Labidocera, 



Pontello- 



Pontellina с Para- 



pont ella. 



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FAO/59/10/7201 



(8)^109 



Demir, IT. (1959) 59-72б7 | 
ílidrobiol, Istanbul 5 4БП8О-7 I 
ITotes on the variations of the eggs of , 
anchovy (Engraulis encrasicholus Guv. ) 
from Black, Marmara, Aegean and 
Mediterranean Seas 

Describes variations in size c: shape 

of E. encrasicholus eggs in these areas. 

PAOcsjh M 


Abrikosov, G.G. (1959) ' 59-7270 ' 
C. R.Acad. Sei. U. R. S. S. , 126^378-30 i 
podovykh podraadeleniiakh i 
geograf icheskom rasprostranenii 
golorotykh (Gymnolaemata) mshanok 
kontinental 'nykh vodoemov (On | 
generic subdivisions and geographic ¡ 
distribution of Gymnolaemata Bryozoa | 
of continental water reservoirs) j 

Annotation --JO follow. 

PAO : M 


Angelescu, V., P.S. Gneri 59-7-268 

& A. ITani (1958) 
Publ.Serv«Hidr.nav. Buenos Aires, (Л-1СС4) 
lia merluza del Mar Argentino (Biología 
y taxonomía) (The hake of Argentina 
Seas - Biology and taxonomy) 

Monograph on Merluccius m. hubbsi? 
population dynamic, growth, length 
composition, areas fished, statistics 
of catches;: reproduction, maturity, 
nutrition, parasites, general ecology 
c: environment. Taxonomic consideration 
of the genus cz its sub-divisions 5 
distribution P.- comparison biology of 
the Merluccidae 5; Gadidae. Practical 


Lobashev, M.E. , V.B. 59-7271 

Sewateev &-. V.G. Mar shin (1959) 
G.R.Acad. Sei. U.R. S.S. , 126^1385-8 
Adaptatsiia к bezuslovnomu 
razdrazhiteliu v protsesse 
obrazovaniia uslovnogo refleksa 
(Adaptation to an unconditioned 
stimulus in the process of conditioned 
reflex formation) 

Annotation to follow. 

РАО :: MP 


59-7268 
(Card 2) 
application of results of these 
studies. Bibliography, charts. 

SJEssjh M 

! 


Iliclsen, B.R. (1959) 59-7272 
Lansk PiskTid. , 77 s 1 64-6 
Pa fiskeri ved Yemen, "det lykkelige 
Arabien" (On the fishery in 
Yemen, "the lucky Arabia") 

Popular review of fisheries in Yemen. 
PAO ;: tl M 



PaO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(S)lH0 



Birmingham University (1957) 59-7273 j 

Birmingham ; 107 p» ! 

Tv/enty-eigh-th annual reijort (session • 

1956-1957) of the University Research ! 

Committee i 



Incl. account of work in Jep. of 
Zoology & Comparative Physiology on 
electrophysiological study of hind- 
hrain activity ¿¿ breathing movements 



59-7275 
(Card 2) 
muscles of molluscs 5 hlood analyses 
of Gamrnarus spp, from v/aters of 
various salinities;; infestation of 
Scrohicula ria plana in Essex by tne 
digonetic trematode Petricola ph ola- 
diformis'j adhesive apparatus of 



diclido^'horoid trematodes on ^adoids;; 
the trematodes о chino stoma & 
of teleostsj correlation betv/een speed | Cot ylurus spp. parasitizing Lymnaea 



of shortening of lamellibranch muscle - 
incl. M ytilus - & its ionic content - 
ITa, K, CI -5 use of radioactive tracers 
to measure sodium flijix through muscle 
of marine & fresh^^ater lameilibranchsi; j 



»tagnalis. Gives list of published 
v/ork & tnsses; also v/oric of Dep. 
Engineering- ''Production on theory of 
closed queues"^ of Dep. Civil 
■¿ngineering on deposition of sands ^ 



59-7273 
(Card 2) 
study of trematode s J incl. -Jictyocotr/le 



ooeliaca si endoparasitic in Cuckoo 
Roys at Plymouth, & larvae of several 
spp. in Lymnaea stagnai is ,; host 
specificity of skin-dv\^elling & gill 
dvvelling trematodes. Gives list of 
published work & theses. Also work of 
Dep. of Geology on seismic survey of 
floor of Cardigan Bay 5 of Dep. of 
electrical ^engineering on ecno-ranging 
systems. 



GLKssjh 



MF 



59-7275 
(Card 3) 
of Dep. :,lectrical engineering on 
ecno-ranging systems - laboratory 
built at Beldive réservoir, equii.ment 
tested on JloCvV: ,-:Y II -, also gives 
references to tneses on p. 27« 



GLKôsjh 



líF 



Liingh a'^ Un ive rsity (1958) 
108 p. 



59-7275 



Birmi ngha iP, 



Twenty-ninth annual report (session 
1957-1958) of the University Research 



vJoniTi: 



++00 



Nasir, P. (1958) 

The si s , Univ. Birmingham ^ 

The trematode parasites of Limnaea 

stagnai i s (Lo) from Zdgbaston Fool 

v/ith descriptions of the complete 

life cycles of three of them 



59-7273 



Incl. account of work in Dep. Zoology 

& Comparative Physiology ons i 

innervation of structure & innervation i 

of sensory end organs of ear of Raja | 

cl ^:vata ^ elasmobranch ampullae of i 

Lorenzini:, nervous coordination of j 

breathing in fish^ physiological i 

differ :ánc¿ s betv /ьеп marine & freshwater j 

animals, especially G2 - consumption of 1 



F 



FAQ/ 59/10/7 201 



2(°V.111 



vVhitehouse, J.W. (1958) 



59-7279 



Thesis, Univ. of Birmingham 

The ecology of some North iiidlands 

bogs and meres 



F 



Griffiths, J.ii.R. (1958) 59-7280 

■"-> 1 e с t r . R ad i о '^щ, г » , 35'29 
Underv/ater acoustic echo-ranging 



ъ:р 



Kendell, R. (t,958) 59-7282 

i'nesis, Univ. of Birmingham, 
The sv/inging of an acoustic beam 
Ъу electronic means 



1 



Llewellyn^ J. (1957) 59-7283 
Parasitology ; 47 "3C 
Ths mechanisir. of the attachment of 
Kuhnia scombri (Kuhn^ 1329) (Trsmatoda: 
monogenea) to the gills of its host 
Scomjer scombrus L., including a note 
on thS' taxonomy of the parasite 



M 



ïïelsby, V.G. (1958) 59-7281 
Iivonogr . Inst . v:ie ctr . .Ingr s , (274R) 
The form assumed b''- a subm.arine cable 
during laying- or recovery 



Llewellyn, J. (l957) 59-7284 
1st Syrnp. on Host Specificity am-ong 
Parasites of Vertebrates, Neuchatel , 

199 
Kost-specif icty in monogenetic 
trematodes 



m 



FAo/59/10/7201 



2(8)»112 



. 



Bultitude, Ы.к. (1957) 59-7285 
The sis ; Univ» of Eirminffham 
electrophysiological investigation of 
local activity of fish hind-brainj 
using microelectrodes 



JViP 



Abellj i}.L. (1959) 59-7286 

I^colo^y , 40s 186-93 

Observations on mosquito populations 

of an intermittent foothill stream in 

California 

Dipper collections of iinmature 
mosquitoes were taken at montnly 
intervals during a single calendar 
year from water associated with an 
extended-flow-type intermittent stream 
in the v/e stern foothills of the Sierra 
Nevada in central California. 



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Patten, B.C. (1959) 59-7287 

¿oology , 40;221-31 

An introduction to the cybernetics of 

the ecosystems the trophic-dynamic 

aspect 

A model of energy flow through a 
producer-consumer- trophic 
system is developed as a logical 
consequence of applying the 1 st 2 
principles of thermodynamics. 
Production rates & efficiency ratios 
are formulated from the model &, used to 
compare the organization of several 
actual communities. 
FAOsbcp ÎjiF 



Slobodkinj L.Ji. (1959) 
"■■¡oology 9 40^232-43 
Energetics in j Japhni a pu lex 
populations 



59-72B6 



22 populations of JJ_j_ pul ex were 
subjected to prédation in the 
laboratory. 5 control populations 
were maintained. The steady state 
census à yield data &: the food 
consumption of each population were 
translated into calories by use of 
conversion constants. ;::nergy budgets 
v/ere then written for each 
population. 
FAUolbs F 



Cooke ¡» Wm.B. (1959) 
.ideology , 40;273-91 
Trickling filter ecology 



59-7289 



The populations of several trickling 
filters in the United States & 
England are reviewed according to 
limited studies based on either 
bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoans, 
worms, insects or snails« An 
integrated list is presented to 
indicate something of the complexity 
of the biota. 



FAOiwbc 



Winn, H.~". & 59-7290 

J.E. Bardach (1959) 
Ecology s 40^296-8 

Differential food selection by moray 
eels and a possible role of the 
mucous envelope of parrot fishes in 
redaction of prédation 

A series of predator-prey experiments 
were carried out with the common 
spotted moray eel as the predatory 
one prey was either Spar i soma 
chrysopteru m or radians offered 
together with Scarus croicensis . A 
mucous envelope is produced only by 
the last sp. & it vi/as eaten less 



FAO/59/10/7201 



2(8)s113 



59-7290 
(Card 2) 
freq_uently. Tentatively concludes that 
the mucous fold reduces effective 
prédation Ъу the common spotted moray 
eel . 



Биг t , V» 



I cÁlister 59-7294 



FAG , hev/ 



Marshall, N. (1959) 59-7292 
jcolo^y , 40 s 298 

Oyster set oЪtained in the Niantic 
Hiver J Connecticut J on cultch buoyed 
near the surface 



Report of the operation. 



& J. 4ueen (1959.) 
Ï] CO logy ; 4C r 30 5-6 

Oxygen anomalies in the surf near 
Coos Bay J Oregon 

.Anomalously low oxygen concentrations 
are reported fo?" the surf near the 
entrance to Coos Bayj Oregon. Low 
oxygen concentrations were found from 
January through May (& relatively high 
values t.ic; rest of the year. The time; 
when low coiicen orations were found 
do not correlate wj th the expected 
time of maximum upwolling« The lov/ 
concentrr:;„tions do not appear to be 



59-7294 
(Card 2) 
caused by de-oxygenated water coming 
out of the estuary. 



FAOcglk 



MF 



FAO .1 bvAT 



Chipman, R.K. (1959) 59-7293 | 

:. CO logy, 4C с 299-302 . I 

Studies of tolerance of certain | 
fresmvater fishes to brine v/ater from j 
oil ■.veils j 

Report of field observations of tue 
mortality ¿0 of aquarium experiments 
to determine lethal limits, for s^.-p, 
of Amia , Ictalurus, ^'^temi^onus^ 
Chaenobryttus, Le pom i s & Micropterus, 




Reishj ^.J. (1959) 59-7296 

■^oology, 4^-^307-9 

A discuL='jion of the importance of the 
screen ¿ise in washing quantitative 
marine bottom se;mi:les 

The im.portance of the screen opening ir 
washing marine quantitative samples 
\ivas discussed. 5 samples were washed 
separately through a series of 1 1 
graded Tyler screens. The data were 
analyzed as to biomassj number of spp.5 
number of specimens y & the appearance 
& disappearance of the spp. 



i^AOôdjr 



^10/59/10/7201 



2(8)o114 



Maguire, B.J Jr. (1959) '")9-T297 
^colo^, 40012 

Fa s Give overland transport of small 
aquatic organisms 

Report of result of washing vi^ith 
sterile water the feet &, other parts 
of birds J insects c: frogs & culturing 
the organisms adhering thereto. 



" acArthuPj ?..:i. (1959) 
.ool ogy, 40026-7 
Animal ecology today 

Review of 505^66. 



59-73CO I 



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FAC = 



T''F 



Verduins J. (1959) 59-7298 

Ecology , 40 s 322-3 

Use of an aerated reference sample 

when measuring dissolved сагЪоп 

dioxide 

Description of a simple method of 
determining free carbon dioxide 
concentration. 



FAO о glk 



I/iF 



Benton, A.H. & 



.''/ о .Jj 1 



Ne;-^ 



'iVernerj Jr. (1958) 



59-7301 



York, LcGraw-Hill Book Co., 341 p. 



Field biology and ecology 



IvlF 



Solomon, î;i.S. (1959) 59-7299 

Ecology , 40s 325-6 

A SArmposium^ on population ecology 

Reviev/ of 584I95. 



killer, xl.S. 



Í 1 о c^ G 



59-7302 



FAO3 



i:f 



^co1q¿Z; 40î327-S 

Field biology and ecology 

Review of 59-7301. 



FAO 



Î,!F 



F./V59/IO/72OI 



2(8);115 



Odum^ И. T. (1959) 



Г.-1К 



::^colo^y , 4Св28 

Research adventures in the human 

ecology of an atoll 

Review of 59~6455» 



Anonymous {1S'39; 59-73C6 

Uew Scient. , 6:142 

!Puture taSKS for oceanographers 



Summaries o. short comi^ent on 1 st 4 of ! 
series of s;i^.ecial reports Ъу Cormûittee i 
on üceano¿raphy of US ITat .Acad.Sci « j 
entitled "Larinc Sciences in the U.S. 5 
1958" s "Ocean Resources" 5 "Artificial 
Radioactivity in the Marine 
];Jnvironraent " cc "'.Cngineerin^ ïïeeds for 
Ccean lüzploration" . 



FAO, 



Hopkins^ i).l'.. (1959) 



59-7304 



Science, 129s 1 519-28 

Cenozoic history of the Bering land 

bridge 

Description of the bottom of Bering 
Strait, past fluctuations of sea level 
in this area & history of evidences 
that there has been land bridge 
between the Alaska ¿c Siberia in the 
geological paste 



FAOstl 



R,H. (1959) 
129:1544-5 



59-7305 



Fleming, 

Science , 

The Gulf stream - A physical and 

dynamical description 



Review of 59-6458. 



FAQs 



FÂO/59/IO/72OI 



FAG; sjh 



M 



Allen, P. (1959) 

ITew Scient. , 6; 154-5 

The future of oil geology 



59-7307 



Article incl. description ¿¿ ill. 
of offshore drilling rigs. 



FACisjh 



Bold, Vi^A. (1959) 59-7308 

IJew Scient. , б£1б2 

The Stephensons and Stevensons 

Biographical comment on 59-6387. 



FAO: 



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2.(8)o1l6 



Günther, A. 'J. (1959) 
New Scie nt., 6:249 
Geopliysical surveys 



59-7309 



Letter referrin-' to 59-730? & 
discussing the support of marine 
geophysical research in Britain. 



FAC;sjh 



M 



Ramirez Granados, R, (l958) 59-73 1С 
Ivlexico , Secr e taria ^ de I, a rina , 135 p» 
Aspectos hiologicos y económicos de la 
pesquería de sardina, Sardinops 
caerulea (Girard, I854) ^ en aguas 
mexicanas del Pacifico (Siological 
and economic aspects of the sardine 
fisheries, Sardinops caerulea Girard 
1854^ in Mexican waters of Pacific) 

Gives data on age composition of 
catches, ^j,ro7v'txi rate, distribution, 
jnvironmental conditions, biochemistry, 
xaxonomy, intra-specific variation, 
organization of research, application 



of results, especially of 



59-7j10 
(Card 2) 
itudies 



of population dynamics. Also 
economics & food technolog}^ of this 
industry. 



59- 



Neumann, G. (1959) 
Bull .Amer .met . Зое . ^ 4O0I46-8 
Notes on the stress of light virind! 
on the sea 



•7312 



A reply to 5812665 discussing the 
increase of drag coefficient Ъз^ the 
decrease of wind speed. 



TLitl 



Lindquist, A. (l959) 59-7313 
Rep . Inst . mar . R e s . Ly seki 1 , ( 1 С ) r; 1 9 P « 
Studien über das Zooplankton der . 
Bottensee - I, Nauplien und 
Copepoditen von Limno cal anus grimaldii 
(de Guerne) (Copepoda, Galano ida) 
(studies on the Zooplankton of the 
Gulf of Bothnia - I. Nauplii and 
copepodites of Limnocalanus grimaldii 
de Guerne, Copepoda, Galano ida) 

Je script ion of the nauplii of & key to 
the identification of the developmental 
stages of thiscalanoid copepod. 



tl 



MF 



ivarcotte, A. (1959) 59-7314 
Actualit és mar. , 3 ( 1 ) з 3-9 
distribution de la morue dans la Baie 
des Chaleurs en 1958 (distribution 
of cod in the Baie des Chaleurs in 
1958) 

Monthly patterns of distribution ¿c 
their relation with temioeraturo. 



SJHssjh 



FAG i glk 



M 



FAO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8)¿117 



Boulanger, J.L. (1959) 59-7315 

Actualité s mar.., 3(l)s25-8 

Une nouvelle planche à mesurer le 



poisson 



Ö0 



ard) 



(a ne» 



f i sh-me a suri ng 



jDescription of the board which has a 
hole in each measurement interval 
opening into a container 5 measurements 
are recorded Ъу dropping a ball or 
otner marker through the appropriate 
hole. 



?AC :. fclk 



M? 



Faulhus, P. (1959) 59-7316 

Actualités mar. , 3(l)s29-31 
La station d'aménagement du Fare des 
Laurentides (The management station 
at Pare des Laurentides) 

Description of the station. 



FAC glk 



Ghittleborouji, li.G. (l959) 59-7313 
Rep. -Jiv. Fish .Ocean o^ rr . C.S.I.Pi.Q. , ( 23 ) 

25 p. 
Australian humpback whales 1958 - 
Part I. Analysis of catches - Fart 2. 
Whale marking and recoveries 

In psLTt I, tables & diagrams 
presenting data on total catch, rate 
of catching, sex ratio j length, sexual 
status, & age for both east & west 
coasts. In part II, whales marked, 
recoveries, information on migration 
& other matters. 



FAG s glk 



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Thomson, J.!:. (1959) 59-7319 
Hop . Div . Fi sh . ce anop:r . С . S . 1 .3^ . С . ; (2б) 

11 p. 
Summarj^ review of a scientific survey 
of Lake Macquarie by C.S.I.R.O. 
Division of Fisheries and Oceanography 

The physical characteristics of the 



laice, its organic 



production, trends 
in the catch of fish, composition of 
tue catch Ô; presentation of hypo the i^^^^- 
concerning the change observed in 
fish production. 



FACsi^lk 



MF 



Basti, I. (1959) 59-7317 

3ioló¿ia, 14î 454-7 

Zpráva о po6te ikier pstruha obySainého 
ciernonorského formy poto5nej ( Salmo 
t rut ta labrsjx: morpha fario) z Hnileckej 
i'dolnej nádrSe (F:e_. ort on the 
number of eg^s of the brook trout , Salm o 
t rut ta lab rax morpha f ¿.rio s from the 
reser\?-oir of Hnilsc} . 



2u 



Contents as per title. 



Hatanaka, M. & 59-7320 

II. ICosaka (1959) 
Tohoku J.a^ric.Res. , 9(3)»159-78 
Biological studies on the population 
of the starfish, Asterias amurencis ,- 
in Sendai Bay 

Studies of growth rate, fecundity, 
population density, feeding rate & 
assimilation, food ¿: other as;,:ects 
of ecology in connection v/ith 
proposal to reduce abundance of these 
competitors with coiinnercial fish. 



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SJH. sjh 



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FAO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8)¿118 



À 



Vestorhusp E. 
R¿-p.F.A.O./.^/ 



(1959) 59-7321 
.A. P. , (I088)s37 p. 



Report to the Government of T-urkey on | 
the processing of fish and establishmen"! 
of a fish preservation and quality- 
control laboratory 

Report of Technical Assistance mission 
which incl. soiae notes on location of 
resources in relation to procosí-áng 
e stahl i shment s . 



Law, lo (1959) 

Au st. J . Sei. , 12; 285-94 

The IGY in Antarctica 



59-7324 



:jJi-Í¿ Sjh 



M 



Humphrey^ G. F. (1959) 59-7322 

Aust,J»oci. , 12:311 
Oceanography and marine biology 

Review of 59-5I85. 



GL.VÔ 



M 



Tullen^ K.:J, (1959) 59-7323 

Aus t.J.Sci . , 12г 279-85 

The developing pattern of Antarctic 

research 



historical reviev/ in 3 sections; 
heforo world v/ar II j from tnat war to 
tho IGY5 during the IGY. 



GLKsglk 



M 



List of stations'^ description of some 
of the conditions of v/ork; account of 
some of the research & its re suit s j 
chiefly meteorological & geological 
but dealing briefly also v/ith 
oceanography. 



GLKr.glk 



M 



59-7325 



AnonyîTi о I -i s (1959) 

Amer. Scient. , 47^234-49 

Oceanography - The science of the 

oceans 




TL; 



59-7326 



Michel son, E.H. & 

AcR. Schork (195Ô) 
Faut i lus , 72(l)s3-5 
Terato 2 eny in Australorbis gl abra tu s 

:ЗА 33(3)12090. 



TV.0/59/l0/7201 



2(8)s119 



. J 



Jarrett, H. (Ed.) (1958) 



59-7327 



Baltimore ; J. HopJrcins Press , 26C p. 
Fersfjsctives on conservation 



Golley, P.B, (1959) 

J. Wildlife i:.-mt , 23в71-3 

Perspectives on conserv£,tion 

Critical revie.v of 59-7327» 



59-7328 



ТЮг 



Laws 5 E,.M. (1959) 59-7329 

J о Wild life I¿gmt , 23:^374-5 
Seal s J sea lions ¡> and walruses, A 
revievv' of the pinnipedia 

Critical review of 583713. 



H'Au , 



M 



Carlander, K.D. (1959) 



59-733C 



J. Wildlife MfiTOt , 23=377-8 
iicological life history of the 
warmouth ( Centrar chidae) 

Critical revievi/ of 582176. 



F AD i 



P 



Edminster, F. (l959) 
J. tv i Id life M|2;mt, 23^378 



59-7331 



Conservation of natural resources 
Critical revie^^' of 59-2983« 



FACs 



MF 



Riegel, J. A. (1959) 
J.:.ildlife Kgmt , 2З0З79 
>.arine ecology 

Critical review of 59-2C32. 



59-7332 



{ 



FAC 



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F.Jj/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8)Л20 



J 



U.K. Marine Biological 59-7333 

Association (1950) 
Plymouth , 24 p. 
Report of the Council for 1957-58 

-Report on the laboratory <, its 
equipment J aquarium & vessel s j & its 
staffs occupation of tableSj research 
carried out Ъу the labora-tory staff ;; 
accounts &. office-bearers of the 
Associationo 



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U.K. Larine Biological 59-7334 

Association (1959) 
Plymouth 9 25 p» 
Report of the Council for 1958-59 

Report on the laboratory,, its 
equipment, aquarium & vessels, & its 
staff; occupation of tables, research 
carried out by the laboratory staff^ 
accounts & office-bearers of the 
Association. 



GLKsglk 



M 



Pahari, R. (1959) 59-7335 

Occ.Pa-o.Indo-Pacif .Fish.Coun. , (59/6): 

5 p. 

Pish production and consumption in 
West Java 

See 59-6063» Statistics of production 
¿c consumption, ¿0 discussion of ways 
of increasing & improving both 
production à distribution. 



FiSsglk 



P.P 



FAO/ 59/1 0/7 201 



Bruijns, K.F.Ii.. 



(1959 



59-7336 



Bilthoven, mimeo 9 3 p. . ■. . 
Report on the numbers of oiled birds 
found dead on the coast of the 
Netherlands, 1948 - 1958 

Table, by sp. ¿c months ^^ with 
interpretation. 



FiZ 



;jh 



Gldroyd, H. (1958) ■ 59-7337 
London; Hutchinson Scientific & 
Technical P ublic ations, 327 P« 
Collecting, preserving and studying 
insects 



PG 



Fish, G.R. (1959) 



59-7338 

CcCo Pa, .In^o-Jracif .Fish.Coun. , (59/5) 
'J ■ 

Jissolved oxygen determinations using 
a pol aro graph apparatus 

i)escrip'tion of the principle of the 
method, operation, à some practical 
asT;ects of the polarograph used. 



FACiglk 



MF 



2(8). 121 



Herman, E*. et al. (19 59) 59-7339 
Publ.vVis.Conserv,J3ep. , (228)s14 P. 
The yellow perch, its life history, 
ecology and managemer^t 

Taxonomic position of Perca flavescens 
Mitchill, its distribution, appearance, 
habits & iiabitat, reproduction, 
growth, populations, mortality rates ôc 
yield, ecology, exploitation, economic 
value, cc management. 

vUl>sglk F 


jJarnell, P.M. (1959) 59-7342 
Bull. ecol. Soc. Amer. 5 40.68 
Invertebrates of Lake Pontchartrain, 
Louisiana 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31 -Sept. 4. 
Over 60 spp. on non-planktonic 
invertebrates nave been identified. 
5 major spj . are considered to be 
permanent residents of the estuary. 
These incl. spp. of sponge, hydro id, 
clam, mussel, & crab. Quantitative 
aspects of the distribution & 
seasonal occurrence. 
OLK^rmd MP 


Schuster, W.H. (1959) 59-7340 
Occ.Pap.Indo-Pacif .P^iGh.Coun. , (59/3)о 

39 p. 
Synopsis of biological data on 
milkfish Chanos chanos (Forskal), 1775 

1st draft summary cc review according 
to standard pattern of information 
accumulated in Species & Stocks 
Thesaurus of FAO Fish.Div., Bi.:.logy 
Branch. See 59-6 108. 

FiBsglk M 


Haws, T.G. & 59-7343 

C.J. Goodnight (1959) 
Bull. ecol. So с Amer. , 4C;68-9 
Some aspects of the bleed chemistry of 
tvi/o species of catfish in relation to 
their habitats 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 

Meeting with AIBS, University Park, 

Pennsylvania, Aug. 31 -Sept. 4» 

A correlation v/as found for channel 

catfish & th.. brown bullhead. The 

bullhead has an advantage over the 

catfish in water where the oxygen 

content is lev/. 

GLKitgh F 


Moore, d,G, (1959) 59-7341 

Bull, eco l.Soc. Amer. ., 40; 68 

New world fairy shrimps of the genus 

Streptocephalus 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, August 31-September 4« 
Taxonomies & distribution of the genus 
in North & Middle Americd are outlined. 
Certain morphological criteria not 
previously considered are discussed for 
5 published spp. & for 2 unde scribed 
forms. Laboratory culture studies 
on attempted modifiability of the 
phenotype by environmental factors. 
GLKiwgm M 


McNeil, C.W. (1959) 59-7344 
Bull. ecol. See. Amero 5 40s69 
Winter survival and competition of 
Stagnicola palustris nuttalliana (Lea) 
and Physa propinqua Tryon 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
iLoeting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31 -Sept, 4» 
Collected from natural populations in 
irrigation canals in October 1958' 
Analysis of variance of the mortality 
rates, 

GLKo cwm 

F 



FAO/ 59/1 0/7 201 



2(8)s122 



Lauff, G. H. & 59-7345 

К.^. Cummins (1959) 
Bull .ecol« Soc »Amer. , 40s 7C 
Tiie influence of substrate on stream 
fauna distribution 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meetin¿ with AIBSj University Park, 
Penns.^'-lvania, Aug. 31 -Sept. 4» 
Habitat preferences of certain benthic 
macro-invertebrate groups have been 
analyzed in relation to substrate 
particle size. Laboratory studies nave 
indicated selection of certain forms. 
The influence of current velocity & 
available food materials are being 



59-7345 
(Card 2) 
investigated in both laboratory & 
field situations. 



GLKsghl 



F 



Layne, J. IM. (l959) 59-7347 

Bull. ecol.Soc. Amer. , 4O082 
Feeding adaptations and behaviour of a 
freshwater dolphin 5 Inia geoffrensis 

Abstr. of paper presented at tne 1959 
Meeting v^^ith AIBSj University Park^ 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Septc, à,. 
Field observations on the Amazon dolphir 
indicate that it may capture fish eithei 
by rapid pursuit near the surface or by 
foraging slowly at some depth. Studies 
on the behaviour of tiiis sp. in 
captivity. 



GLK: jnl 



F 



Clark, -2, (1959) 59-7348 

Bull .e col. Soc. Amer . , 40 о 86 
Instrumental conditioning of sharks 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
îùeûtintj with А1БЗ, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31 -Sept. 4» 
A male & female lemon shark, Iie;-;aprion 
brevirostriS ; each about 9 feet, were 
trained to feed at a target which, 
when pressed, caused a submerged bell 
to ring. The target v/as then presented 
without food. :Hxperiments shuvi/ed 
individual differences in various 
aspects of the behaviour of these 
sharks. 
GLK¡ec M 



Livingstone, R., Jr. (1959) 59-7-)49 
Bull .e col. So с Amer. , 40 2 86 
Television observations of the 
behaviour of marine fish in a travel net 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31 -Sept. 4« 
The escape behaviour for Ammodytes 
americanus & Melanogrammus aeglefinus 
i s shown . 



GLKsrl 



M 



Brawn, V.Î,:. (1959)' 59-7350 

Bull. e col. So с Amer . , 40 s 86 
Underwater television used to observe 
the behaviour of herring 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31 -Sept. 4- 



GLKi 



M 



FAO/59/10/7201 



2(8);123 



j Tavolga, ^V.N. (1959) 59-7351 ■ 
Bull.ecol.Soc.Anier. 9 4C". 87 
The life ai story of goby, Bathygobius 
soporator I 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 19 59 
Meeting v/ith AIBS, University Parkj 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31 -Sept. 4« 
A secretive J shall ov/ v/ater sp. coramon 
in tidal zones of the tropics Sc 


ClarK, ^. (1959) 59-7354 \ 
Bull .ecol .ooc.Amer . 5 40s 89 ! 
Reproductive behaviour in herma- ': 
phroditic fishes 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Sept. 4. í 
.']ach mature individual of the 
serranid fish, Serranellus subligarius, 


subtropics» Timelapse motion pictures 
show the development of the egg» 

GLKivmt MP 


regardless of size, has at the same 
time both motile sperm & eggs. Mating 
behaviour of pairs & groups of 
hermaphrodites shov^,^ 2 types of 
behavioural patterns. 
GLKsec M 


Greenberg, 3.S. (1959) 59-7352 

Bull. e CO l.Soc. Amer . , 40г88 

Recent studies of social behaviour in 

fishes 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting v/ith AIBSj University Farkj 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31 -Sept. 4» 
Reviews subject & discusses his oYm. 
work v/ith certain substrate spavmin^ 
cichlids. 111. tne newer problems & 
methods of analysis. 

GLKsbsg MF 


Tucker, A. (1959) 59-7355 
Bull.ecol.SocAmer. 5 40 389 
Morphologic specializations and 
reproductive behaviour 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS', University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Sept. 4. 
Detailed attention is given to the 
family Poeciliidae. Among these 
viviparous fishes the copulatory organ 
is a modification of the anal fin. 
Biff ei enees in ^^enitalia as well as 
differ nces in reproductive behaviour 
occur from sp. to sp. 
GLKsat F 


^inns Я.Е. (1959)" 59-7353 
Bull.ecol.Soc, ATier. , 40 г 88 
Ecological factors in reproductive 
behaviour of fishes 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, University Park^ 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Sept. 4. 
A review. 

GLK; sjh MP 

i 


,'i00d, F.G., Jr. (1959) ^ 59-7356 
Bull .ecol.Soc.Amer . 5 4Cs89 
Observations on predator-prey 
relations in fishes 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, Unii^ersity Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Sept. 4- 
Observations on the behaviour of 
different spj_j, of marine fishes of 
widely disparate sizes, maintained in 
a large-tank community aquarium, 
indicate certain principles that seem 
to apply in predator-prey relation- 
ships. 
GLKsfg-w M 



FAO/ 59/ 10/7 2 01 



2(8)s124 



Atz 5 J. (1959) ■" 59-7357 I 

Bull. ecol. Soc. Amer. , 40s89-90 
Psychopharmacologic drugs and fish 
behaviour 



Abstr. of paper presented at tae 1959 
Meeting with AIBSj University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Sept. 4» 
Critical reviev/. 



GLK.-sóh 



KF 



59-7359 
(Card 2) 

Synalpheus cc of Fanulirus argus 
viere examined. 



GLKo jmm 



M 



Atz,- J. (1959) 



59-7358 



Bull .ecol . So c. Amer. , 40 s 90 

Problems of stress in fish behaviour 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Sept. 4» 

Review, 



Stout, J.F. (1959) 
Bull. ecol .Soc.Amer . 



40 = 93 



59-7361. 



The reproductive behaviour and sound 
production of the satinfin shiner 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Аи^_,. 31-Sept. 4« 
ITotropis analostanus . experimental 
procedures to determine the 
significance of the various phases of 
the reproductive behaviour & its 
associated sound production. 



GLKssjh 



MF 



GLK: jf s 



F 



Moulton, J. M. (1959) 59-7359 
bull. ecol. Soc. Amer. , 40^92-3 
Underv/ater sounds of the Bermuda area 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Sept. 4» 
Summer 1958 survey of the sounds of 
marine fishes & invertebrates of shore 
à bank waters. Recordings of the 
schooling sounds of Caranx latus & С. 
ruber & of Anchoviella choero stoma , 
îxodif ications of behaviour through the 
playing of sounds are described. Sound- 
producing mechanisms of Alpheus & 



ITigrelli, R.F. (1959) 
Bull. ecol. See. Amer. , 40^93 
Disease and fish behaviour 



59-7362 



Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Seï,t. 4« 
A reviev/. 



GLiasjh 



Ш 



"AO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8)3125 



1 

Bitterman, M.E. & 59-7363 

J. vVodinsky (1959) 
Bull .ecol.Soc.Amer. , 40s94 
Some experiments on learning in Tilapia 


i 

Brawn, V.M. (1959) 59-7366 
Bull. ecol.Soc. Amer. 5 40s95 
Observations on the behaviour of 
iierring using underwater television 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Sept. 4- 
Groups of herrin^ were placed in a 
submerged, mesh-covered cage with 
television camera attached ^,, lowered 
to 20 feet. 

GLKîvmb M 


Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS , University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Sept. 4. 
These are the first of a projected 
series of experiments on the behaviour 
of Tilapia macrocephala under 
conditions similar to t'lose -which are 
Vi^idely used in the study of mammalian 
learning. 

GLKsmeb F 


Schwassmann, H.O, & 59-7364 

ч1» Braemer ( 1959') 
Bull.ecol.SocoAmer. 9 40^94 
Basic principles of sun-orientation in 
fishes 

Abstr, of paper presented at the 1959 
Meeting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Sept. 4» 
No learning of the sun's movemient is 
required for Lepomis cyanellus^ 
Aequidens portalegrensis, a fish 
native to the southern hemispihere, 
allovi^s for a clockwise as v/ell as a 
counterclockv/ise sun movement before 
learning the local direction. 
GLK^hos F 


Perlmutter, A. (l959) 59-7367 
Bull.ecol.Soc.iimer. , 40 s 95 
Application of behavioral 
investigations to fisheries problems 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1>59 
i'.eeting ?/ith AlBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Sept. 4» 
General review v/ith examples. 

GLKssjh MP 


Livingstone, R., Jr. (1959) 59-7365 
Bull. ecol.Soc. Amer. , 40^94 
The use of underwater television for 
studying the behaviour of marine fish 
in trawl nets 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 

Meeting v/ith AIBS, University Park¡, 

Pennsylvania, Aug. 31-Sept. 4. 

An image-orthicon television camera is 

used in connection v/ith normal fishing 

operations of standard otter trav/1 

nets. 

GLKsrl MG 


Collins, G.B. (1959) ■ 59-7368 
Eull.ecoloSoCoAmer. , 40s95 
Fish behaviour and fishways 

Abstr. of paper presented at the 1959 
lejting with AIBS, University Park, 
Pennsylvania 5 Aug. 31-Sept. 4. 

GLKs Ш 
4 — , . ■ — ■ — - ■' " ■ ' . , .. - 



FAO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8);126 



Pakistan. Ministry of Food 59-7369 

& Agriculture (1959) 
Karachi, Govt Pakistan Press , 9O p. 
Report of the Government of Pakistan 
to Food and Agriculture Organization 
of the United Nations (1955-1957) 

Incl. section on fisheries, with 
following subheadings? Fisheries 
re source s 5 Importance of fish in the 
economy of Pakistan;; Survey &. 
development workj Distribution of nylon 
twine '5 Mechanization of fishing craft; 
Assistance to cooperative societies,^ 
Karachi fish harhour^ Fish industries^ 
future development plans - Mekran 



H amad a, S. & 



59-7372 



59-7369 
(Card 2) 
coasts Vliest Pakistan inland fisheries'^ 
East Pakistanj Retail fish market s$ 
Fish industries -; Anticipated results 
of development plans - Karachi & Sind 
coast; Mekran' coast 5 East Pakistan - 
Main problems. Also reports of 
following technical assistaince & 
special projects - Karachi fish 
harbour 5 cold storage, ice plant & 
marketing shed at Chittagong^ 
mechanization of fishing vessels & 
transport boats. 



T. Ino (1957) 
Bull.Tokai reg. Fish. Res.Lab. ; 1 6 .. 4 1 -8 
"Icological studies on a predator 
for commercial clams, Philine 
japónica Lischke 

БА 33(3)8750o 



M 



Вакиг, S. J. К. (1958) 59-7373 
Uganda J . , 22(l)î1-10 
The geographical background of 
W"e3t2rn Uganda 

БА 33(3)3765. 



FAOs sjh 



MF 



Gottlieb, E, (1959) 59-7371 

Haifa , 131 p. 

( Study of the benthos in Haifa Bay - 
ecology and zoogeography of 
invertebrates). Iw '¿in 

'¡Quantitative study of benthos biomassj 
description of coiiMiiunities & notes on 
the environmental conditions & on 
ecology & zoogeography of important 
benthic animals in the area. 



F 



McVean, D.N. (1958)' 
Trans. bot »Soc.Ti^dinb. , 



59-7374 
37(3)^200-8 



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M 



Island vegetation of some west 
highland fresh-water lochs 

BA 33(3)8776. 



P 



I'ii 



,0/59/10/7201 



2(8)s127 



Wilce, R.T. (1958) 



59-7375 



i)isseгt.AЪstr. , I8(5)s1591 
Studies of th3 marine algae of the 
Labrador Peninsula and northwest 
Newfoundland ('.icology and distribution] 



БА 33(3)878 



M 



do Godoy, il.P. (1957) 59-7378 Í 
Rev. bras. Biol« , 1 7 ( 4 ) г 479-90 
Ыагсасао de peixas no Rio Mogi Guaçu 
(Tagging fish in the Mogi Guaçu 
River) 

BA 3j(3)88lO. 



59-7376 
22s457-63 



Caldwell 3 D.K. & 
A. Carr (1557) 
Tr ans. N. Amer. ".Vildl. Conf . 
Status of the sea turtle fishery in 
Florida 

БА 33(3)8799. 



к 



Cole, B.T., H.J. Bennett 59-7377 

& J.D. Miller (1958) 
Proc.La Acad. Soi. , 20 -■ 1 3-23 
Tolerance of euryhaline- fish forms 
to dilutions of oil field bleed water 



ЗА 33(3)8805. 



I\i0/ 59/10/7 201 



Eayashi, S. (1957) 



Bull .Tokai reg. Fish. Res. Lab. 
(On the age of 0-age sardine in 
b.utsu Bay). îH 3n 

BA 33(3)3830., 



59-7379 
15П5-2С 



Hay ash i J 



s. (1957) 59-7380 

Bull. Tokai reg. Fish о Res. Lab. , I6s7-14 
A note on scales of the pink salmon 

BA 33(3)8831. 



F 



2(8)s128 



J 



Kawana, 



& 



59-7381 



S. КоЪа (1957) 
Bull.Tokai гей, » ¿''i sh о Не s. Lab. 9 15^-71-6 
(On Pinctada maxima Jameson in the 
Arafura Sea). Ш_ Un 

BA 33(3)8839« 



Puckett, C.A., Jr. (1958) 



59-7384 



M 



Kirkwood, J.B. (1957) 



59-73-2 



Fish. Bull. Ky Pep. Fish Wildl.Res. , (21 ) 
A brief study of the Levi sa Fork and 
Hussell Fork of the Big Sandy River 



Munoz-Goyanesj G. (1958) 



Montes, Madrid, 14(79)»27-34 
Sobre la posible introducción en 
¿Ispana del Roccus saxatilis W. 
(possible introduction of Roccus 
saxatilis into Spain) 

BA 33(3)8861. 



59-7383 



Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. , 87; 1 1 6-3 1 
Grov/th of the fishes in the salt 
River í¿issouri 

BA 33(3)8876. i)ata are presented for 
11 spp. from a dredged upstream 
station J an unmodified lov/er station, 
& an intermediate middle station. 
All but 1 of the more abundant sp. 
showed a trend toward faster grov/th 
downstream? differences in growth 
indicate little movement between 
stations. 



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P 



MF 



Ridenhour, R.L. (1958) 59-7385 

Dissert. Abstr. , 19(1)29-10 
Tocology of young game fishes of Clear 
Lake 5 lov/a 

BA 33(3)8880= 



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Schmulbach, J. (I958) 59-7386 

Iowa Conservnist, 17(8)s57? 63-4 
Angling success on the Des Moines 



BA 33(3)8885, 



FAO/ 59/10/7 201 



2(8)3129 



Richards, A. F. 



59-7387 



Б. H. Lrattstrom (1959) 
Proo. Calif .Acad, Sei, , 29 (9) s 315-60 
Biblioéraphy^ cartography^ discovery 
and exploration of the Islas 
i^evillagiéedo 

The bibliography is arranged 
alphabetically à is indexed by 
subject» 



FAO г fílk 



M 



Stehler, R. (1959) • 
Pro с. Calif .Acad. Sei. ^ 



59-7338 
29(1 l)s42 3-44 



Two nev/ species of west îTorth 
American marine gastropods 

Description of Astraea ( Uvanilla ) 
rupi col lina Stohler & Ь.асг arene 
coronadensis Stohler. 



FAOsglk 



M 



Maroc, Service Central 59-7389 

des Statistiques (1959) 
Bull, tatist .karoc , ( 18)0 5 P» 

Incl. monthly table of fish landings j 
by areas, for the period Feb. 1958 - 
Jec. 1958. 



PAOssjh 



M 



A. fi, (1959) 

"Behavior .Sei . , 4° 132-4 

A Soviet vievv of cybernetics 



59-7390 



FAO s 



Anonymous (1959) 59-7391 

Behavior. Sei. , 4s 162-72 .- 
Computers in behavioral science 

Announcement of editorial policy & 
plan to publish nev/s items, abstracts, 
review & descriptive papers in this 
field. 



FA^. 2 s jh 



Adams, B. & 59-7392 

R, Fagot (1959) 
Behav ior .Sei. , 4» 1-10 
A model ofriskless choice 

Current researches on how we arrive at 
decisions concentrate on utility 
functions. This article deals with 
individuals' choices among pairs of 
alternatives involvin^ only 2 
components, in situations where no 
risks are incurred . A model for 
choices of t_iis type is detailed here 
& a test of it reported. 

FAC^ea G 



FAO/5S/lO/7201 



2(8)ИЗО 



Rapoportj A. (1959) 
Behavior. Sei. , 4^49-66 
Critiques of game theory 



59-7393 



Theory of games has initiated a neví 
mathematical approach to behavioral 
science hased on conceptualizations 
entirely absent in "classical" applied 
mathematics. In the wake of the 1st 
formulation of the tneory came a 
proliferation of new avenues of 
attack on old problems involving 
situations of interest conflict, 
cooperationj bargaining, & power play. 

FAC г ar G 



Beer, e.G. (l959) 59-7394 

Trans. roy.Soc. IT. Z. , 86s 197-203 
Notes on the behaviour of two 
estuarine crab species 

Hélice er a s sa & Hemiplax nirtipes in 
New Zealand live singly in burrov^s 
which they defend from the intrusion 
of other members of their colonies. 
Fightin- consists mainly of threat 
display^ neither sp, shov/s courtship 
display. Both have efficient means 
for escaping or concealing themselves 
from predators. 



FAG s cgb 



MF 



Robinson 



Û. 



(1959) 



59-7395 



Trans . roy . Soc .N . Z . , 86 ¿381-92 
Some new ce st ode s from New Zealand 
marine fishes 

5 new spxD. are described & ill. - 
Acanthobothrium wedli from Raja nasuta 
^chinobothrium coronatum from Mustelus 
lenticulatus : Gymnorhynchus ( Molleóla ) 
thyr sitae from Thyr sites atun ^ 
Gymnorhynchus ( Gymnorhynch us) i suri 
from I su us glaucus ^ Fro Christiane 11 a 
aetobatidis from Aetobatis 
tenuicaudatus. 



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Scotland. Ministry of 59-7396 
Agriculture, Fisheries. & Food & 

Scottish Home Department (1959) 
Aberdeen, Fish. Lab. Lowestoft , 8 p. 
Fish stock record 1958 

Summarizes size à age compositions of 
Fleuronectes platessa , Solea vulgaris 



Gadus callariai 



ae:^:lefinuss G. 



merlangus , G. virens ., Clupea harengus -, 
Merluccius merlueeius catches by 
British vessels in N. Atlantic & 
Arctic waters. Suuimarizes samples, 
catones per unit effort, conversion 
tables, histo¿,rams, etc. à gives short 



59-7396 
(Card 2) 
account of condition of each stock 

sampled. 



4 



FiB" sjh 




U.S. National Academy of 59-7398 
Sciences, National Research 

Council (1959) 
.3i-ann .Rep . Pacif . ScL.Bd , 1957-1958, 71p. 



oumxnary account of the Board's 
scientific investigations in 
Micronesia &, biological investigations 
in the Pacific area^ its v^rk on 
conservation3 its cooperative & 
advisory activities:, list of reports & 
publications^, list of participants in 
its field programmes.; composition of 
the Board & its scientific committees» 



FAG » glk 



MF 



FAO/ 59/10/ 7 201 



2(8)^31 



Hammond, R.J'. (1959) 



59-7399 



J.polit.Econ. , 67^314-5 
Multiple-purpose river development :; 
studies in applied economic analysis 

Critical review of 59-24 15« 



FAO; 



Fuchs 



(195?: 



59-7400 



I\iew York, Со 1и шЪ1а Univ. Pre SS; 168 p. 
The economics of the fur industry 



S/iF 



Markham, J.W. (I959) 59-7401 

J.polit.Econ. 9 67s311-2 

The economics of the fur industry 

Critical review of 59-7400. 



FAO s 



FlF 



Nelson, R.2. (1959) 59-7402 

J.polit. ]con. , 67 s 297-306 
The simple economics of basic 
scientific research 

Contents as per title. 



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bladsen, K.Popp (l959) 59-7403 

Dansk FiskTid. , 77в25-6 
De internationale sildemaerkninger 
(The international tagging of herring) 

Review of the international tagging 
of herring on Bloeden ground during 
1958? notes on return of tags & short 
review of the herrin^ catches from 
this ground. 



FAO:. tl 



Maloney, Vi.E.- (1958) 59-7404 
".» ashin^ton 9 D . С . ,. 41 P» 
Study of the types, seasons of 
attachment, and ¿rowth of fouling 
orga,nisms in the approaches to 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Gives the results & analysis of one 
year's -- April I956 to April 1957 - 
marine hiological fouling data 
obtained along the bottom near 
Thimble Shoal Channel in lower 
Chesapeake Bay. 



usgrr 



FAO/ 59/10/ 7 201 



2(8).132 



Suomela, A.J. (1959) 59-7405 ¡ 
Inf .Serv.Rel.U.S.Je-p.Int. , 27 Julyj 

6 p. 
A report to the shellfish industry 

Address before tne Joint Convention 
of the Oyster Institute of North 
America and National Shellfisheries 
Association, at vVashington, iJ.C, 
July 27? 1959» Incl. account of 
research programmes concerning 
mortality of oysters in Delaware Bay, 
starfish prédation in Long Island 
so^ond, culture of clams &, oysters on 
US Atlantic coast, contacts with 
scientists overseas. 
FiBs s jh M 



Bumpus, D.F. (1959) 59-7406 

".".'oods Hole, Massachusetts , 
Investigations of climate and 
oceanograpiiic factors influencing the 
environment of fish 

Charts prepared on a monthly basis, 
irrespective of year, indicate the 
number of drift bottles released in 
each 30 x 30 minute rectangle & the 
percent of bottles from each rectangle 
which stranded in 6 selected areas. 



Schlieker 



(1957) 



59-7408 



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Templeman, W. & 59-7407 

]2.J. Sandeman (1958) 
J.Fiah.Hes. Bd Can. , 15s 695-700 
Red flesh in redfish, Sebastes mar i nus 



CFA 1l(l2)s1. Report of spectrophoto- 
metric & chemical analyses, 
description of its occurrence in 

Le 1 anogr ammu s aeglef inus , à discuosion 
of its pathological & nutritional 
significance . 



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Dtsch.FischZtg , 4(5)^29 ¡ 

Description of the fishery with large ' 
traps 

CFA 1l(l2)i1. Traps used off the 
Baltic coast for herring &. eels. 



FAO s glk 



M 



Flood, E. (1958) 59-7409 

Rep. techno LRe s Jfor^re,^cFi sh Ind . , 3(5)°9 P« 
The content of fat and fat-free dry 
material in Norwegian winter herring 
during the years 1930-1956 

CFA 1l(l2)s11, Data on the content of 
fat & fat-fres dry material of the 
Norwegian winter herring have been 
collected, based upon industrial 
analysis of a great number of separate 
catches during the years 19ЗО-56, & 
are discussed with regard to 
migration, feeding &, sexual 
development. 

?cfa M 



./otiz, H.H. et al. (1958) 59-7410 
J.biol.Chem. , 231^589-92 
Identification of estradiol-I'Li? 
from dogfish ova ( Squalus suclcleyi ) 

CFA 11(12)013. A material identified 
as estradiol-17yß by counter-current 
distribution, paper chromatography, 
ÛÙ comparative estrogenic action was 
estr acted from the ovarian eggs of 
S. suckleyi . 



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FAO/59/IO/72OI 



2(8)s133 



. 



Dickson, í/. (195'3) 
7/orld Fisho , 7(3)s2 
bang 



59-7411 



Is 



'bang 



up 



on 



The German method of handling trawl 
differs from the British, & an ill. 
description of the merits & 
disadvantages of the "bang up" method , 
as it is iaiownj is here given; for 
the interest of trawler skippers &, 
others. 



Boolootian, R.A. (1957) 59-7414 

J. Mammal. 9 38г 265-6 

Notes on a specimen of the harbor 

porpoise 

ZR 94(18)58. 



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M 


Allen; R. & 

W.T. ÎTeill (1957) 


59-7412 


Boolootian, R.A. (1957) 59-7415 
Zool.Gart., Leipzig, 23s 227-9 


Nat. Hist., N.Y., 6^6^324-9 
White whales of the Amazon 


Notes on a specimen of Fhocoena 
vomerina (Gill), the harbour porpoise 


ZR 94(l8)s4. 




ZR 94(l8)s8o 




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Anderson, K.H. & 

J, Shapiro (1957) 
Amer .Midi. Nat. , 57s 483-92 
The effects pf flooding on a 
marsh in central Connecticut 


59-7413 
small 


Burton, M. (1957) 59-7416 
111. Lend. News 5 230s 272 
Manatees, not mermaids 

ZR 94(l8)s10. 


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Caldwell, í).K.j J. TT. Laync 59-7417 

& J. В. Siebenaler (1957) 
.;)uart,J,Fla Acad. Sei ., 1 9 з 1 89-9 6 
Notes on a killer v/liale^ ( Oroinus 
orea ) from the northeastern Gulf of 
Mexico 

ZR 94(l8)s11. 



Grayce, R.L. (1957) 
Bull .I^ass. Audubon Soc 



59-7420 



Key to the marine 
JJJngl and 

ZR 94(l8)s22. 



41Ы17-9 

mammals of Nevi/ 



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ehrlich, S. (1957) 59-7418 

^'Icol.Polsk. , 4A¿ 171-212 
(Phenomena occurring among the Nutria 
coy pu population and rtiduction in 
their numbers). ?1_ Sn 

ZR 94(18). 17. 



Fraser J F.C. (1957) jy 

Bull .mamm.Soe.Brit »Is. , (7) »21-2 
Cetaceans stranded 'on the British 
coasts during 195^ 



SQ-7419 



ZR 



94(18) 



20. 



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Griffe, J.V.5 Jro (1957) 59-7421 
Quart. J. Fla Acad. Sei. ^ 2C s 209-15 
The status of the nutria in Florida 



ZR 



94(18) 



22. 



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Harrison, R.J. (1957) 59-7422 
Sch.Sci.Rev. , 38s 191-203 
Anatomical and functional adaptations 
in diving mammals 

ZR 94(18)=25. 



FAO/59/lO/7201 



2(8)2135 



Harrissonj T. (1957) 59-7423 

Sar av/ak Mu s » J . , 8 s 265 

Colour of the new Sarawak dolphin 

ZR 94(l8)s25. 



Lockley, R.Î;. (1957) 59-7426 
Ctry Life, Lond. , 122s 864-5 
A seal on the doorstep 

ZR 94(l8)s37. 



Hickling, G. (1957) 59-7424 

Trans. nat «Hist .SocobTorthumb» , 12^93-132 
The grey seals of the Farne Islands. 
A report on investigations carried 
out between April 1956 and Karch 1957 

ZR 94(18)¿27. 



M 



;EÍommickÍ9 A. (1957) 



59-7427 



Folia Ъ1о1., Krakow , 5^293-306 

The daily rhythm of activity in the 

nutria ( lvi;yocastor co;ypus îlolina) 

ZR 94(18)07. 



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Kenyon, K.W. (1957) 
Or:/x , 4s 153-8 
The sea otter 

ZR 94(18)02. 



59-7425 



Morris, СБ. (1957) 
Nat.Hist,, N.Y» . 66 38-9 

The porpoise v/ith a purpose 

ZR 94(l8)s43. 



59-7428 



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1 

Scheffer, V.B. (1957) 

Bull .mamm. So C.Brit .Is. , (8): 9 

Population of the Alaska fur- 


t 

59-7429 i 
-IÖ 
seal 


Kozicka, J. (1957) 59-7432 
Acta parasit.polon. , 5( 13/21 ) с 505-9 
Lamproglena pulchella Nordmann (1832) 


herd 




w Polsce (Lamproglena pulchella 


ZR 94(18)г52. 




Kordmanns 1832, in Poland). En 
BA 33(3)11300. 




M 


F 


Y/eir, T. (1957) 
Field, 210¿ 928-9 


59-7430 


Prost, M. (1957) 59-7433 
Acta parasit.polon., 5( 13/21 ) г 299-395 


V.'here the seals como ashore 




î/ionogenoidea skrzeli гуЪ v/is^y 


ZR 94(18);61. 




(konogenoidea of gills of fishes of 
Vistula). ¿In 

BA 33(3)11910. 




M 


F 


Singer, Б. (1958) 

Boston» Houffhton Mifflin Co., 


59-7431 

232 p. 


Jain, S.L. (1958) 59-7434 
J.Parasit,, 44(4b 388-94 


Living silver 




bionogenea of Indian freshv;ater fishes - 
VII. Bifurcohe.ptor , a nev; genus of 


BA 33(3)8890. American edition of 


fresh-water îetraonchinae, from the 


571479. 




gill filaments of two fishes from 
Lucknow 

BA 33(3)11906, 




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2(3)И37 



Velasquez J 

J. Par 0^ sit . 



c.c. (1950) 
44(4)s449-51 



59-7435 



Rice, N.S. (1958) 



59-7438 



Transverso trema laruei 



5 a new 



treraatode of Philippine fish (Digenea?! 
Transver sotreniatidae ) 

БА 33(3)11914. J 



Amer.í¿idl.K"at, , 59(2):. 525-6 
Occj.rrence of both sexes of the 
fresh-v/ater medusa, Craspedacusta 
s ov/erbii Lanlcestar, in the same body 
of water 

БА 33(3)11929. 



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Williams, Я. Я. (1956) 59-7436 
Ann . Ыае, . na t » H i s t . , 13th Ser о, 1(Э); 

113-3