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The Fresh-Water Algce of the United States



    UNTIL the appearance of this volume, there was no recent work available on the algal flora of the United States. Its appearance thus marks a distinct advance in botanical literature and the more so as the North American genera of algae are mostly represented in Europe and hence are of great interest to students in Great Britain.

    The Fresh-Water Algce of the United States.

    By Prof. Gilbert M. Smith. Pp. xi + 716. (New York and London: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1933.) 36s. net.

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