Trace substances in environmental health - VIII
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Trace substances in environmental health - VIII proceedings of the University of Missouri"s 8th Annual Conference on Trace Substances in Environmental Health, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, June 11-13, 1974 by University of Missouri"s Annual Conference on Trace Substances in Environmental Health (8th 1974 Columbia, Missouri)

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Published by University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri .
Written in English


  • Environmental health.,
  • Environmentally induced diseases.,
  • Trace elements.

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by Delbert D. Hemphill.
ContributionsHemphill, Delbert D.
The Physical Object
Pagination457p. ;
Number of Pages457
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21542530M

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