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The Renaissance of Science: The Story of the Cell and Biology

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The Renaissance of Science: The Story of the Cell and Biology
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Publisher: Project Gutenberg
Number of pages: 551

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The lives and accomplishments of over 200 scientists are presented chronologically and are related to each other in order to illustrate the evolution of knowledge about biology and microbiology from the Classic Greek era to the present.

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