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extracted from asparagus : Georges Tanret. These have Academy of Sciences, July 5.-M. Émile Picard in the composition (CH..03), where n is about 15. Details the chair. -Some new trialkylacetophenones and the tri- of the method of isolation and properties of these carbo alkylacetic acids derived from them : A. Haller and Édouard hydrates are given.—The role of the fluorescent bacilli of Bauer. It has been shown in a preceding communication Flügge in plant pathology : Ed. Griffon.—The biometrical that dialkylacetophenones can be converted into trialkyl- study of the seeds of Vitis vinifera : P. Seyot.-The supacetophenones by treatment with an alkyl iodide in benzene posed utilisation of atmospheric nitrogen by certain special solution in presence of sodium amide. These trisubstituted hairs of plants : François Kövessi. The development of ketones, when further heated with sodium amide in toluene plant hairs is independent of the presence of atmospheric give a nearly quantitative yield of the amide of the trialkyl- nitrogen, and there is no evidence that these organs have acetic acid, 'together with benzene. In the present paper specialised absorptive powers for nitrogen.-Seeds killed by alkyl groups of high molecular weight are introduced. "It anæsthetics retain their diastatic properties : Jean Apsit has been found that on treatment with sodium amide these and Edmond Gain. Grains of wheat, the germinating trialkyl ketones always give the fatty amide, the expected power of which had been destroyed by treatment with change into benzamide and the trialkylmethane not being ether, retained both their diastatic and peroxydiastatic proeffected. The preparation and properties of several new perties. The sensation of relief: A. Quidor.-The preketones are described.The tectonic relations of the island sence of attractive spheres and of centrosomes in the cells of Elba with Corsica, and the situation of the latter in the resulting from the parthenogenetic segmentation of the Alpine chain : Pierre Termier.--The new Recueil of level- fowl's egg, and on the characters of these formations : A lings of Russian railways as a basis for the hypsometry of Lécaillon.—The caves of Lacave (Lot) : Armand Viré. the country : J. de Schokalsky.–Central Asiatic Russia The morphological zones of western Switzerland : E and the level of the lake basins: J. de Schokalsky. There Romer.- The earthquakes of June 11 and 23: Alfred is evidence that the levels of the Siberian lakes are slowly Angot.-An attempt to guard against hail : M. de Beaurising. This is connected with the fact that the annual champ.-New observations on earth currents between rainfall for the last twenty years has been slowly increas- stations differing greatly in height: B. Brunhes and P. ing. It is possible that there are alternate dry and wet David. periods in Siberia, and that at the present time the wet period has passed its maximum.--M. J. C. Kapteyn was elected a correspondant in the section of astronomy.
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