bibliographical monograph on plant genetics (genetic analysis) 1900-1925

by Hajime Matsuura

Publisher: Tokio imperial university in Tokyo

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Contents.-pt. 1. Genetic analysis in plants. Compliled in alphabetical order of specific names. -pt. 2. Bibliography on genetic analysis in plants, with brief comments. Inchronological order. -Indexes: of subjects, of authors, of species, of families.

Statementby Hajime Matsuura.
SeriesContributions to cytology and genetics from the Departments of plant morphology and of genetics, Botanical institute, Faculty of science, Tokyo imperial university -- no. 82.
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LC ClassificationsZ5354.P7 M4
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p. l., [iii]-xii, 499 p.
Number of Pages499
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15141105M
LC Control Number30022074

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