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Experimental Physiology and Anatomy

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Experimental Physiology and Anatomy
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Publisher: American Book Co.
ISBN/ASIN: 1112488960
Number of pages: 144

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This book represents a selection of experimental matter which is adapted to the age of elementary students of the subject and which, at the same time, will present the facts of physiology in a concrete form. This is an attempt to place the subject on an experimental basis.

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