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PUB. DATE
January 1981
SOURCE
BioScience;Jan1981, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p78
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
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Article
ABSTRACT
The article lists several books including "Vectors of Plant Pathogens," edited by Kerry F. Harris and Karl Maramorosch, "Rice: Production & Utilization," by Bor S. Luh, and "The Chromatography of Hemoglobin," by Walter A. Schroeder and Titus H. J. Huisman.
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