genetic interpretation of the development of the mammalian lymphatic system by George S. Huntington

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Published by American journal of anatomy] in [Baltimore .

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Statementby George S. Huntington.
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Paginationp.19-45, 9 leaves of plates (col.) ;
Number of Pages45
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