Practical Organic and Biochemistry
by R. Plimmer
Publisher: Longmans 1918
Number of pages: 664
This book represents an attempt to give to the worker a nearly complete statement of the whole subject. The essential points are illustrated by the practical experiments. The book is intended mainly for medical students, but it contains the essentials for all students of Biology.
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