Cytology: With Special Reference to the Metazoan Nucleus

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CYTOLOGY as a science is of relatively recent growth, and its development was made possible only by improvements in the microscope. Yet the study of the details of cell structure and activity is now fundamental to almost every phase of biology. Nevertheless, biologists are too frequently content with a superficial or second-hand acquaintance with this fascinating field.

Cytology: With Special Reference to the Metazoan Nucleus.

By Prof. W. E. Agar. Pp. xii + 224. (London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1920.) Price 12s. net.

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G., R. Cytology: With Special Reference to the Metazoan Nucleus . Nature 105, 482–483 (1920). https://doi.org/10.1038/105482a0

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