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teaching of bacteriology in colleges and universities by Stanley Eugene Hartsell

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Published in [Lafayette, Ind .
Written in English


  • Bacteriology -- Study and teaching

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Statementby S.E. Hartsell, Mary Alice Leaming, P.A. Tetrault and H.H. Remmers
SeriesPurdue University. The Division of Educational Reference. Studies in higher education -- XLI
ContributionsLeaming, Mary Alice, joint author, Tetrault, Philippe Armand, 1889- joint author, Remmers, Hermann Henry, 1892- joint author
The Physical Object
Pagination49 p. incl. tables, diagrs.
Number of Pages49
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17946017M
LC Control Number41052946

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