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April 4, 1914

A Text-Book of Biology. For Students in Medical, Technical and General Courses.

JAMA. 1914;LXII(14):1115. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560390055040

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Abstract

This book is well adapted to the purpose for which it was written—to be an aid to the student who is somewhat familiar with laboratory methods. The author has kept the needs of the student constantly in mind and so has produced a book which, while thoroughly scientific, may yet be read with pleasure. The chapters on embryology and the biology of cells are so clearly written that they furnish a valuable aid to the understanding of the complex process of fertilization. The book is marred here and there by bad proof-reading and slipshod English, but will be a distinct addition to any student's library.

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