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Gortner, Ross Aiken (August 1918) On the hydrolysis of proteins in the presence of extraneous materials and on the origin and nature of the "humin" of a protein hydrolysate. Science, 48 (1231). pp. 122-124.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Doherty, Everett H. (May 1918) Hydration capacity of gluten from "strong" and "weak" flours. Journal of Agricultural Research, 13 (8). pp. 389-418.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (April 1918) Book Review: The anthocyanin pigments of plants. Science, 47 (1217). pp. 418-419.

Harris, James Arthur, Gortner, Ross Aiken, Lawrence, John Vincent (June 1917) The relationship between the osmotic concentration of leaf sap and height of leaf insertion in trees. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 44 (6). pp. 267-286.

Morrow, Clarence Austin, Gortner, Ross Aiken (April 1917) The organic matter of the soil: V. A study of the nitrogen distribution in different soil types. Soil Science, 3 (4). pp. 297-331.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Shaw, William M. (February 1917) The organic matter of the soil: IV. Some data on humus-phosphoric acid. Soil Science, 3 (2). pp. 99-111.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (January 1917) The organic matter of the soil: III. On the production of humus from manures. Soil Science, 3 (1). pp. 1-8.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Lawrence, John Vincent, Harris, James Arthur (1916) The extraction of sap from plant tissues by pressure. The Biochemical Bulletin, 5 (20). pp. 139-142.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (1916) The organic matter of the soil: I. Some data on humus, humus carbon and humus nitrogen. Soil Science, 2 (5). pp. 395-441.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (1916) The organic matter of the soil: II. A study of carbon and nitrogen in seventeen successive extracts; with some observations on the nature of the black pigment of the soil. Soil Science, 2 (6). pp. 539-548.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Blish, Morris J. (June 1915) On the origin of the humin formed by the acid hydrolysis of proteins. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 37 (6). pp. 1630-1636.

Harris, James Arthur, Lawrence, John Vincent, Gortner, Ross Aiken (April 1915) On the osmotic pressure of the juices of desert plants. Science, 41 (1061). pp. 656-658.

Harris, James Arthur, Gortner, Ross Aiken, Lawrence, John Vincent (March 1915) Studies on the physico-chemical properties of vegetable saps. III: A comparison of the physico-chemical constants of the juices expressed from the wall with those from the included carpellary whorl in proliferous fruits of Passiflora gracilis. The Biochemical Bulletin, 4 (13). pp. 52-79.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (September 1914) A device to aid in freeing a precipitate from mother liquor when filtering by suction. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 36 (9). p. 1967.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Blakeslee, Albert Francis (July 1914) Observations on the toxin of Rhizopus nigricans. The American Journal of Physiology, 34 (4). pp. 353-367.

Harris, James Arthur, Gortner, Ross Aiken (July 1914) On the influence of the order of development of the fruits of Passiflora gracilis upon the frequency of teratological variations. The Plant World, 17 (7). pp. 199-203.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (July 1914) Studies on the chemistry of embryonic growth. II. Comparative analysis of the eggs and of the newly-hatched larvae of the giant salamander, Cryptobranchus allegheniensis. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 36 (7). pp. 1556-1566.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (April 1914) The lowest temperature obtainable with ice and salt. Science, 39 (1007). pp. 584-585.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Banta, Arthur Mangun (April 1914) Notes on the toxicity of dilute solutions of certain phenolic compounds as indicated by their effect on amphibian eggs and embryos, together with references on modifications of pigment development. The Biochemical Bulletin, 3 (11, 12). pp. 357-368.

Harris, James Arthur, Gortner, Ross Aiken (February 1914) Notes on the calculation of the osmotic pressure of expressed vegetable saps from the depression of the freezing point, with a table for the values of P for Δ = 0.001 ∘∘ to Δ = 2.999 ∘. American Journal of Botany, 1 (2). pp. 75-78.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Harris, James Arthur (February 1914) Notes on the technique of the determination of the depression of the freezing point of vegetable saps. The Plant World, 17 (2). pp. 49-53.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Harris, James Arthur (January 1914) On axial abscission in Impatiens sultani as the result of traumatic stimuli. American Journal of Botany, 1 (1). pp. 48-50.

Harris, James Arthur, Gortner, Ross Aiken (January 1914) Tables of the relative depression of the freezing point, 1860/Δ, to facilitate the calculation of molecular weights. The Biochemical Bulletin , 3 (10). pp. 259-263.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (September 1913) Review of Haas and Hill's "An introduction to the chemistry of plant products". Science, 38 (977). pp. 407-408.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (September 1913) Notes on a differential mortality observed between Tenebrio obscuris and T. molitor. The American Naturalist, 47 (561). pp. 572-576.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (September 1913) Studies on melanin. V: A comparison of certain nitrogen ratios in black and white wool from the same animal. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 35 (9). pp. 1262-1268.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (July 1913) The bleached flour decision. The Biochemical Bulletin, 2 (8). pp. 532-534.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (May 1913) Studies on the chemistry of embryonic growth: I. Certain changes in the nitrogen ratios of developing trout eggs. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 35 (5). pp. 632-645.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Harris, James Arthur (January 1913) On a possible relationship between the structural peculiarities of normal and teratological fruits of Passiflora gracilis and some physico-chemical properties of their expressed juices. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 40 (1). pp. 27-34.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (1913) Haas and Hill's Introduction to the chemistry of plant products (a book review). Science, 38 (977). p. 407.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (1913) Studies on melanin. V: A comparison of certain nitrogen ratios in black and white wool from the same animal (Abstract). The Biochemical Bulletin, 2 (8). p. 544.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (1913) Studies on the chemistry of embryonic growth: I. Certain changes in the nitrogen ratios of developing trout eggs (Abstract). The Biochemical Bulletin, 2 (5). p. 463.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (July 1912) The misuse of the term "melanin". Science, 36 (915). pp. 52-53.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (May 1912) The occurrence, and the significance, of tyrosinase in the reproductive organs of certain amphibians. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 9 (6). pp. 118-120.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (1912) On two different types of melanin. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 9 (5). p. 120.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (1912) Sur les pigments mélaniques d'origine animale. Bulletin de la Société Chimique de France, 4 (11). pp. 499-501.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Rost, Clayton Ord (1912) The determination of total manganese in soils. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 4 (7). p. 522.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (December 1911) On melanin. The Biochemical Bulletin, 1 (2). pp. 207-215.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (December 1911) Studies on melanin. IV: The origin of the pigment and the color pattern in the Elytra of the Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata SAY). The American Naturalist, 45 (540). pp. 743-755.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (September 1911) Studies on melanin. III: The inhibitory action of certain phenolic substances upon tyrosinase. A suggestion as to the cause of dominant and recessive whites. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 10 (2). pp. 113-122.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (August 1911) A variant in the periodical cicada. Science, 34 (866). p. 155.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (August 1911) Studies on melanin. II: The pigmentation of the adult periodical cicada (Tibicen septendecim L.). The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 10 (1). pp. 89-94.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (June 1911) A new decomposition product of keratin which gives Millon's reaction. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 9 (5). pp. 355-357.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (January 1911) Note on the decomposition of Alloxan. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 33 (1). p. 85.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (1911) On the decomposition of alloxan. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 33 (1). p. 85.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (October 1910) Studies on melanin. I: Methods of isolation. The effect of alkali on melanin. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 8 (4). pp. 341-363.

Gortner, Catherine V., Gortner, Ross Aiken (October 1910) The stereomeric azobenzenes. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 32 (10). pp. 1294-1296.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (August 1910) Spiegler's "white melanin" as related to dominant or recessive white. The American Naturalist, 44 (524). pp. 497-502.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (May 1910) The origin of the brown pigment in the integuments of the larva of Tenebrio molitor. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 7 (5). pp. 365-370.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (1910) A contribution to the study of the oxydases. Transactions of the London Chemical Society, 97. pp. 110-120.

Thesis

Gortner, Ross Aiken (1909) On some new quinazoline derivatives. PhD thesis, Columbia University.

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