File MS-2-810, SF Box 90, Folder 21 - Richard Samuel Pearce's student notes on embryology

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Richard Samuel Pearce's student notes on embryology

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MS-2-810, SF Box 90, Folder 21

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  • 1933 (Creation)
    Pearce, Richard Samuel

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1 cm of textual records

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Richard S. Pearce taught in the department of agricultural biology at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom. He was co-author with J.H.M Willison, a former professor of biology at Dalhousie University, of a paper published in the Canadian Journal of Botany 61 (1983).

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Donated by Dr. Thomas John (Jock Murray) Accession Number (2018-024)

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  • Box: SF Box 90