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358 BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS With G. L. Stahly. Physiological studies of the butyl-acetone group of bacteria. I. Gelatinolysis. Iowa State Coll. i. Sci., 7:93-109. With C. A. Johnson and H. D. Coile. Electron tube potentiometer for the determination of redox potentials. Sci., 7:163-75. Iowa State Coll. J. With O. L. Osburn and H. G. Wood. Determination of formic, acetic and propionic acids in mixture. Ind. Eng. Chem., Anal. Ed., 5:247-50. With H. Reynolds and C. S. McCleskey. Shigella paradysenteriae var. Sonnei. 11:81-82. 1934 Sugar dissimilation by Proc. Iowa Acad. Sci., With H. Reynolds and H. D. Coile. The butyl-acetone fermenta- tion in sugar media. Iowa State Coll. l. Sci., 7:415-26. With D. B. Charlton and M. E. Nelson. Physiology of Lactobacillus fructivorans sp. nov., isolated from spoiled salad dressing. Iowa State Coll. I. Sci., 9:1-12. With H. Reynolds. Fermentation of artichokes. Proc. Iowa Acad. Sci., 41:75-78. With H. Reynolds and C. S. McClesky. Dissimilation of sucrose by Shigella paradysenteriae var. Sonnei. J. Infect. Diseases, 55:207-19. With G. L. Stahly and O. L. Osl~urn. Quantitative determination of acetone and ethyl, butyl and isopropyl alcohols in fermenta- tion liquors. Analyst, 59:319-25. With H. G. Wood. The utilization of agricultural by-products in the production of propionic acid by fermentation. i. Agr. Res., 49: 1017-24. With H. G. Wood. Intermediate products of the propionic acid fermentation. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. \led., 31:938-40. With H. G. Wood. Pyruvic acid in the dissimilation of glucose by the propionic acid bacteria. Biochem. J., 28: 745-47. With H. G. Wood. The propionic acid bacteria. On the mecha- nism of glucose dissimilation. J. Biol. Chem., 105:63-72. 1935 With B. W. Hammer, G. L. Stahly, and M. B. Michaelian. Reduc- tion of acetylmethylcarbinol and diacetyl to 2,3-butylene glycol