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The development in vivo and in vitro of the avian patella

  • J. S. F. Niven
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  • J. S. F. Niven
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  1. 1.Pathological Institute of the University and Western InfirmaryGlasgow
  2. 2.Strangeways Research LaboratoryCambridge

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