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By Robert R. Stickney

The encyclopedia seems to be in any respect sorts of lifestyles, from nematodes to humans, in 313 signed articles. The set covers quite a lot of medical and social technological know-how concerns, making it an invaluable source for studying approximately only medical options in addition to concerns relating human results at the atmosphere. educational and bigger public libraries will locate this paintings worthy for answering questions about environmental and organic issues.

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