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Educational Use of Living Organisms

Schools Council

Educational Use of Living Organisms

by Schools Council

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Published by Hodder Arnold H&S .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages200
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10616699M
ISBN 10034018888X
ISBN 109780340188880

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Get this from a library. The educational use of living organisms: a source book. [Peter Kelly; John Derek Wray; Schools Council (Great Britain). Educational Use of Living Organisms Project.].

The Educational Uses of Living Organisms. Kelly, P. J.; Wray, J. Journal of Biological Education, 5, 5,Oct Rates organisms by frequency of use and ease of maintenance in English elementary and secondary schools. (AL)Cited by: 8. educationally in the use of living organisms and materials of living origin.

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