The Growth of Biological Thought

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The Growth of Biological Thought
Author : Ernst Mayr
File Size : 50,6 Mb
Publisher : Harvard University Press
Language : English
Release Date : 02 October 1982
ISBN : 0674364465
Pages : 974 pages
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An incisive study of the development of the biological sciences chronicles the origins, maturation, and modern views of the classification of life forms, the evolution of species, and the inheritance and variation of characteristics

The Growth of Biological Thought

An incisive study of the development of the biological sciences chronicles the origins, maturation, and modern views of the classification of life forms, the evolution of species, and the inheritance and variation of characteristics

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