Invertebrate Structure and Functionby E.J.W. Barrington
The traditional line drawn between veterbates and invertebrates obscure the fundamental unity that underlies the organization of living material. The widest understanding of this organization must come in large measure from invertebrate studies, and it is the purpose of this book to help students who wish to widen their viewpoint in this way.
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Acceptable: Ex-library copy (some damage to fly sheet), 'last copy' stamp, previous owner's inscription, some marking and discoloration; no dustjacket. Heavy book - sent by parcel post to UK addresses.
Hardback without dust jacket, 549 pages, 1300g
Nelson, London, 1967-1970, 1970 reprint
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