THE MIGHTY HUMAN CELL by Patricia Kelly

THE MIGHTY HUMAN CELL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Information-packed, with a good glossary, this may in fact be viewed as one big glossary of elementary cytology (functionally rather than alphabetically arranged), complete, up-to-date, and very boring. The junior high student will find it a valuable reference containing definitions expanded beyond the normal and tied into context with related information. To that extent it would be a useful library addition since there are not many books, boring or otherwise, as comprehensive on this relatively new science.

Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 1967
Publisher: John Day