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Nature volume 140, page 633 (09 October 1937) | Download Citation



ELEMENTARY biology is one of the basic subjects for several types of students reading for professional degrees or diplomas such as in agriculture, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and so forth. A general elementary course in biology should satisfy all needs, yet since most professional examining bodies set their own syllabuses, he would, be an ambitious author who attempted to satisfy all requirements in one text-book.

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