Human adaptability studies in Estonian S.S.R.



Publisher: Academy of Sciences of the Estonian S.S.R. in Tartu

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  • Estonia.

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  • Adaptation (Physiology) -- Estonia.,
  • Human physiology.,
  • Physiology -- Estonia.

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SeriesEstonian contributions to the International Biological Programme ;, 4
ContributionsRahvusvahelise Bioloogiaprogrammi Eesti Rahvuslik Komitee.
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LC ClassificationsQH9.5 .E88 1970, vol. 4, QP82 .E88 1970, vol. 4
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Pagination203 p. :
Number of Pages203
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Open LibraryOL3135569M
LC Control Number82462598

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