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Darwin's Apprentice: An Archaeological Biography of John Lubbock
Darwin's Apprentice is a unique book telling the story of an important yet often forgotten Darwinist, Sir John Lubbock, through the eyes of his archaeological and ethnographic collection. Both manExpand
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Heartworm in dogs in Canada in 1985.
In late December 1985, 1485 institutional veterinarians and small and mixed animal clinics across Canada were sent a questionnaire in order to assess the status of Dirofilaria immitis in Canada inExpand
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Heartworm in dogs in Canada in 1986.
In late December 1986, 1224 institutional veterinarians and small and mixed animal clinics across Canada were sent a questionnaire in order to assess the status of Dirofilaria immitis in Canada inExpand
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Developing a service for patients with very severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) within resources
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a common life-limiting illness with significant burden for patient and carer. Despite this, access to supportive and specialist palliative care isExpand
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Notifiable diseases of pigs
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From Down House to Avebury: John Lubbock, prehistory and human evolution through the eyes of his collection
  • J. Owen
  • History
  • Notes and Records: the Royal Society Journal of…
  • 20 March 2014
When Sir John Lubbock died in May 1913, his estate included a seemingly eclectic assortment of prehistoric stone tools and ethnographic artefacts displayed on the walls of his home at High Elms andExpand
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Towards a methodology for analysing nineteenth-century collecting journeys of science and empire, with Charles Darwin's activities in Tierra del Fuego as a case study
  • J. Owen
  • History, Medicine
  • Notes and Records: the Royal Society Journal of…
  • 20 September 2019
The interests of Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace in natural history and evolution took them to remote parts of the globe on hazardous, multi-sensory journeys that were ultimately aboutExpand