Biological structure and function proceedings of the first IUB/IUBS International Symposium held in Stockholm, September 12-17, 1960 by International Symposium on Biological Structure and Function (1st 1960 Stockholm)

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Statementedited by T.W. Goodwin, O. Lindberg. Vol.2.
ContributionsGoodwin, T. W., Lindberg, Olov.
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Pagination665p.,ill.,24cm
Number of Pages665
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Open LibraryOL20907033M

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