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Crude Drugs and Other Raw Materials of Vegetable and Animal Origin

Nature volume 160, pages 45 (05 July 1947) | Download Citation



ONE would naturally expect a high standard of attainment from the specialists who are responsible for the teaching of pharmaceutical subjects in the College of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. By virtue of its connexion with a body in which is vested the authority to grant diplomas for the practice of the craft of the pharmacist, it is right that the College should give a lead to those institutions concerned with instructing men and women for this profession. It is pleasing to see, therefore, that Dr. T. E. Wallis has produced a volume which maintains this tradition as regards pharmacognosy, following as he does the example of the late Prof. H. G. Greenish.

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