2 edition of Readings in molecular biology, selected from Nature found in the catalog.
Readings in molecular biology, selected from Nature
1970 by Macmillan .
Written in English
|Statement||by W.B. Gratzer.|
|Contributions||Gratzer, W. B.|
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The 63 articles collected in this book appeared in the news and reviews section of Nature between January and August These short essays, written by the journal's specialist correspondents, summarize the most important and interesting pieces of research in molecular and cell biology, virology, and : Paperback.
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