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Cac loai ran doc o Viet Nam / Tran Kien, Nguyen Quoc Thang
Bib ID 2913564
Format BookBook
Author
Tran Kien
 
Edition In lan thu II co sua chua, bo sung. 
Description Ha Noi : Khoa hoc va ky thuat, 1995 
204tr : ill ; 19cm. 
Summary

Dac diem co bam ve hinh thai ran.Cac loai ran tren can, duoi bien cua Viet Nam.Dieu tri va phong tranh ran doc can.Cac che pham tu ran doc.

Notes

Thu muc: tr.199-201.

Subjects Poisonous snakes - Vietnam.  |  Snakebites - Treatment - Vietnam.  |  Snakebites - Vietnam - Prevention.  |  Poisonous snakes - Venom - Therapeutic use - Vietnam.  |  Dong vat - viet nam - ran doc - loai bo sat - che pham ran - thuoc chua ran doc - y hoc dan toc.
Other authors/contributors Nguyen Quoc Thang

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