Scope Monograph on Cytology: The Cell and its Nucleus

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Upjohn , Kalamazoo, MI
ContributionsMacleod, Archibald Garrard
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Country of Publication: United. Scope Monograph on Cytology the Cell and Ist Nucleus A. Macleod M.D. formerly of the Faculty University of Michigan School of Medicine and Rockefeller University. Published by Published by The Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan USA (). Living Scope Monograph on Cytology: The Cell and its Nucleus book, Nature and Scope of Biology Science: The term science is derived from Latin word scientia which means knowledge.

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