2 edition of Informal communication among bioscientists, Part II found in the catalog.
Informal communication among bioscientists, Part II
Charles Wesley Shilling
|Statement||by Charles W. Shilling, Jessie Bernard. --.|
|Series||BSCP communique -- 16A-64., BSCP communique (George Washington University. Biological Sciences Communication Project) -- 16A-64.|
|Contributions||Bernard, Jessie Shirley, 1903-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
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