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Atomic theory and biology


, : Atomic theory and biology. Nat. Verd., Kbh, 36: 207-17

The introduction to a series of lectures on the applications of atomic theory to research on genetics, cancer and viruses forms the substance of this paper. The various working hypotheses, accepted or provisionally adopted by experimental biologists, are denned and examined in the light of recent work on effects of radiation on living cells (cf. PBA, Vol.

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