a treatise on their mode of development, anatomy, microscopy, pathology, and dentistry; compared with the teeth of many other land and marine animals, both living and extinct ; with a vocabulary and copious extracts from the works of odontologists and veterinarians.
By William H. Clarke.
|Main Author:||Clarke, William H.|
New York, W. R. Jenkins, 1893.
4d ed., re-revised, with second appendix ...
Plates printed on both sides.
xxx, -308 p.
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