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Note: Books received for editorial consideration will be intermittently listed. This acknowledgment must be regarded as an adequate expression of appreciation for the courtesy of the author or publisher. Selections will be made for review in the interest of our readers.

Principles and Practice of Bacteriology. By Arthur H. Bryan, V.M.D. and Charles G. Bryan, M.D. 4th Edition. 350 pp., 100 illustrations, 3 plates in color. New York, Barnes & Noble, 1951. $1.75.

Perspectives in Human Malnutrition. A Contribution to the Biology of Disease from a Clinical and Pathological Study of Chronic Malnutrition and Pellagra in the African. By Joseph Gillman, D.Sc. and Theodore Gillman, M.Sc., of the Departments of Physiology and Anatomy, Medical School, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. 584 pp., 259 illustrations and extensive bibliography. Cloth. New York, Grune and Stratton, 1951. $18.00.

Yellow Fever. Edited by George K. Strode, M.D., Director, International Health Division, The Rockefeller Foundation, with contributions by eight members of the Foundation. 710 pp., illustrated, with several plates in color. Cloth. New York, The McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1951. $9.50.