Biology for Schools: a Textbook suitable for School Certificate and similar Examinations

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    THE demand for school text-books of biology is still small when compared with that for text-books in almost any of the generally recognised subjects of the curriculum. It is then a matter for compliment to the publisher who can produce a book of more than four hundred pages, well bound, well printed, and containing an average of more than one illustration per page, for the modest price of 4s. 6d. The authors have compiled a very considerable amount of useful information, and many of the original drawings (especially those of floral structure) are admirably executed.

    Biology for Schools: a Textbook suitable for School Certificate and similar Examinations.

    Dr. E. R. Spratt A. V. Spratt. (School Examination Series.) Pp. viii + 403. (London: University Tutorial Press, Ltd., 1931.) 4s. 6d.

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    Biology for Schools: a Textbook suitable for School Certificate and similar Examinations . Nature 127, 700–701 (1931). https://doi.org/10.1038/127700b0

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