By Barry S. C. Leadbeater, John C. Green
The Flagellates offers a multidisciplinary view of the flagellates exploring either their cohesion, when it comes to their constitution, mechanisms and procedures, and their variety when it comes to biogeography, area of interest colonisation, and variations to their atmosphere. furthermore, evolutionary relationships among flagellates are explored. this is often the single booklet released in this topic and lines the freshest info to be had making it a vital learn for anyone attracted to or operating during this box.
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