Basic methods for experiments on eggs of marine animals
- by Ernest Everett Just.
- Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's sons & co., inc. [c1939]
- Physical description
- x, 89,  p. 24 cm.
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- Just, Ernest Everett, 1883-1941.
- Publication date
- A revision of the author's series of articles in Mr. Cattell's Collecting net. cf. Pref.
- "Literature" at end of each chapter except chapter VI.
- Stanford copy 1 (RBC): Provenance: presentation inscription from Kenneth R. Manning to Stephen Jay Gould.
- Related Work
- Eggs of marine animals, Basic methods for experiments on.
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