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Sur la structure des arteres chez les Reptiles et en particulier sur le mode de transition du type elastique au type musculaire


, : Sur la structure des arteres chez les Reptiles et en particulier sur le mode de transition du type elastique au type musculaire. Bibliographie Anatomique Nancy, 14 243-246


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