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Statementtr. from the original Italian of the Abbe Spallanzani ... by John Graham Dalyell ... With physiological illustrations, by the translator.
ContributionsDalyell, John Graham, Sir, 1775-1851., Bonnet, Charles, 1720-1793.
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Open LibraryOL23349157M
LC Control Number11004275
OCLC/WorldCa12186846

Tracts on the natural history of animals and vegetables by Spallanzani, Lazzaro, ; Dalyell, John Graham, Sir, ; Bonnet, Charles, Pages: Physiological reflections on the natural history of animals and vegetables.

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