Recombinant DNA research, interim report second report from the Select Committee on Science and Technology, session 1978-79, together with the minutes of evidence taken before the Genetic Engineering Subcommittee and appendices. by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Science and Technology.

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LC ClassificationsQH442 .G73 1979
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Paginationxiii, 267 p. ;
Number of Pages267
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Open LibraryOL4231846M
ISBN 100102355797
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