Space Biology

Part of the The Space Technology Library book series (SPTL, volume 17)


European Space Agency Space Shuttle Parabolic Flight Life Science Research Space Biology 
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Additional Documentation

  1. A Strategy for Research in Space Biology and Medicine in the New Century (1998) National Academy of Science. National Research Council Committee on Space Biology and Medicine. Mary J. Osborn, Committee Chairperson. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press. Also available at the following URL address: Scholar
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  3. Plant Biology in Space: Proceedings of the International Workshop (1997) Planta, Volume 203, SupplementGoogle Scholar

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