A Dictionary of life sciences

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Macmillan, 1976 - Science - 374 pages
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Vocabulary of the life sciences treated as a single unit. Covers zoology, botany, taxonomy, anatomy, physiology, cytology, genetics, ecology, and laboratory techniques, as well as related disciplines, e.g., biochemistry. Intended for professionals and interested lay persons. Entry gives explanatory definition. Many cross references, illustrations.

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Section 1
54
Section 2
126
Section 3
134
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