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Studies in Biology

By various authors

1972-78 - London - Edward Arnold

9" by 6", various paginations

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 

DETAILS

Studies in Biology is a series of booklets sponsored by the Institute of Biology dealing with subjects specially selected by a panel of editors in particular for use in schools, colleges and universities.

Illustrated in black and white with photographs and diagrams integrated with text.

Forty volumes of a one hundred volume set (published individually)

All volumes except six are first editions, those six are second edition.

In original unclipped dustwrappers.

Of the volumes here there is: No. 5 Plant Taxonomy; No. 9 The Electron Microscope in Biology; No. 10 Translocations in Plants; No. 11 Muscle; No. 18 Population Dymanics; No. 37 Photosynthesis; No. 38 The Biology of Pollution; No. 54 The Biology of Plant Phrenolics; No. 56 The Biology of Slime Mould; No. 57 Dormancy and the Survival of Plants; No. 58 Ecology of Plants in the Tropics; No. 59 The Optical Microscope in Biology; No. 61 Biology of Eucalypts; No. 62 Marine Zooplankton; No. 63 Homeostasis; No. 64 Diseases in Crops; No. 65 Plant Tissue Culture; No. 66 Lichens as Pollution Monitors; No.68 Phytochrome and Plant Growth; No. 69 Genetics and Adaptation; No. 70 Populations Cytogenetics; No. 72 The Dynamics of Competition and Predation; No. 74 Decomposition; No.75 Viviparity; No. 77 Ecology and Archaeology; No. 79 The Biology of Weeds; No. 80 Colonization of Industrial Wasteland; No. 82 An Introduction to Animal Tissue Culture; No. 83 The Genetic Code; No. 84 Lysosomes; No. 86 Plants and Temperature; No. 87 Evolution in Modern Biology; No. 88 The Biology of Mucor and its Allies; No. 89 Life in Sandy Shores; No. 91 Boreal Ecology; No. 92 Nitrogen Fixation; No. 93 Haemoglobin; No. 95 Structure and Function of Viruses; No. 96 Plant Growth Analysis; No. 98 Plant Physiological Ecology.

CONDITION

In cloth bindings with unclipped dustwrappers. Externally, generally in a lovely condition with only minor shelfwear, the odd volume has marks and slight stains to boards. Dustwrapper generally in excellent condition, titles rubbed to spine to come volumes, slight edgewear and occasional marks and stains, slight marginal fading to the odd volume and loss to spine of one volume. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright and clean throughout with only very odd slight mark and odd slight tidemarks to text block edges.

Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED in VERY GOOD dustwrappers


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