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Atlas Volos Mlekopitayushchikh: Tonkaya Struktura Ostevykh Volos I Igl V Skaniruyushchem Elektronnom Mikroskope [An Atlas of Mammalian Hair: Fine Structure of Overhair and Hair Using Scanning Electron Microscopy]

By: OF Chernova and TN Tselikova
430 pages, 340 plates with b/w photos; 10 b/w illustrations
Atlas Volos Mlekopitayushchikh: Tonkaya Struktura Ostevykh Volos I Igl V Skaniruyushchem Elektronnom Mikroskope [An Atlas of Mammalian Hair: Fine Structure of Overhair and Hair Using Scanning Electron Microscopy]
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  • Atlas Volos Mlekopitayushchikh: Tonkaya Struktura Ostevykh Volos I Igl V Skaniruyushchem Elektronnom Mikroskope [An Atlas of Mammalian Hair: Fine Structure of Overhair and Hair Using Scanning Electron Microscopy] ISBN: 9785873171903 Hardback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: Russian

An unprecedented atlas treating the fine structure, both external and internal, of hair in 322 mammalian species representing 238 genera, 64 families and 18 orders, with comparative ecological and phylogenetic implications.

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By: OF Chernova and TN Tselikova
430 pages, 340 plates with b/w photos; 10 b/w illustrations
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