Biology and its Makers
by William A. Locy
Publisher: H. Holt and Company 1908
Number of pages: 514
In this sketch the author has attempted to bring under one view the broad features of biological progress, and to increase the human interest by writing the story around the lives of the great Leaders. This is an untechnical account of the rise and progress of biology.
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