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The science of botany : from simple lore to social need: inaugural lecture, 15th March, 1971 / A.G. Morton
Bib ID 1381484
Format BookBook
Author
Morton, Alan Gilbert
 
Description London (Manresa Rd, S.W.3) : Chelsea College of Science and Technology, [1971] 
[1], 18 p. ; 21cm. 
ISBN 0902889028 (sd)
Series

Inaugural lectures (Chelsea College of Science and Technology) 1971.

Notes

Botany. Inaugural lectures (BNB/PRECIS)

Subjects Botany.
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