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Experimental morphology,

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London,The Macmillan company,1897-99.

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Comp. Anat. and Phys , Cytoplasm , Growth , Morphology (Animals) , Protoplasm , wid

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.46229

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Title

Experimental morphology,

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Davenport, Charles Benedict, 1866-1944

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Book

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Published material

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London,The Macmillan company,1897-99.

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A study of the effects resulting from the external causes that determine the course of the development of an organism. The author, although he makes no distinction between animal and plant life, lays

Contents: pt. 1. Effect of chemical and physical agents upon protoplasm.--pt. 2. Effect of chemical and physical agents upon growth. New York. 1899. pp. (2), ix, x, xv-xviii, 281-508.

Subjects

Comp. Anat. and Phys , Cytoplasm , Growth , Morphology (Animals) , Protoplasm , wid

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QH501 .D24

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English

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LCCN: 99000695
OCLC: 14155321
OCLC: 3558216

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.46229

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note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/46229 --- A study of the effects resulting from the external causes that determine the course of the development of an organism. The author, although he makes no distinction between animal and plant life, lays --- pt. 1. Effect of chemical and physical agents upon protoplasm.--pt. 2. Effect of chemical and physical agents upon growth. New York. 1899. pp. (2), ix, x, xv-xviii, 281-508.},
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TY - BOOK
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PB - The Macmillan company,
CY - London,
PY - 1897
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AU - Davenport, Charles Benedict,
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KW - Cytoplasm
KW - Growth
KW - Morphology (Animals)
KW - Protoplasm
KW - wid
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TY - BOOK
TI - Experimental morphology,
VL - pt.2 (1899)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/100023
PB - The Macmillan company,
CY - London,
PY - 1899
N1 - A study of the effects resulting from the external causes that determine the course of the development of an organism. The author, although he makes no distinction between animal and plant life, lays --- pt. 1. Effect of chemical and physical agents upon protoplasm.--pt. 2. Effect of chemical and physical agents upon growth. New York. 1899. pp. (2), ix, x, xv-xviii, 281-508.
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KW - Comp. Anat. and Phys
KW - Cytoplasm
KW - Growth
KW - Morphology (Animals)
KW - Protoplasm
KW - wid
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