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Some factors governing the freshwater development of the Salmo Salar and their influence in limiting the maximum output of migrant smolts (University of St Andrews, 1935-05) - Thesis
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Factors affecting epithelial regeneration : with special reference to ascorbic acid and to pantothenic acid (University of St Andrews, 1948-02) - Thesis1. A brief historical introduction is given. It deals with the general features of wound healing in which epithelial participation is the dominant feature. 2. In Section A the influence of ascorbic acid on healing of skin ...
(University of St Andrews, 2014-06) - ThesisA full understanding of any biological trait requires investigation of its evolutionary origin. Primates inspire great curiosity amongst researchers due to the remarkable diversity across species in both anatomical and ...
(University of St Andrews, 1967) - Thesis“It was suggested by Professor J. A. MacDonald that a study be made of problems related to the life cycles of the rusts Puccinia magnusiana Körnicke and P. phragmitis (Schum.) Körnicke. Initial observations in the ...