Nervous Systems in Invertebrates (Book)

Mackie, G. O.; Paul, D. H.
January 1990
American Scientist;Jan/Feb90, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p56
Book Review
Reviews the non-fiction book 'Nervous Systems in Invertebrates,' edited by M. A. Ali.


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