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A Text-Book of Pharmacognosy
MR. TREASE can justly claim to be one of the foremost exponents of pharmacognosy in Britain. His work at Nottingham is well known, where he is head of the Department of Pharmacy and responsible forExpand
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A Textbook of Pharmacognosy
THIS text-book of pharmacognosy has already found wide recognition among teachers and students of pharmacy. Its subject matter has grown from a laboratory manual intended for use in practicalExpand
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The Microscopical Study of Drugs
THIS book comprises a series of forty schedules, each designed to occupy a three-hour practical period, intended for students following courses of training in pharmacognosy where a knowledge ofExpand
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The Progress of Pharmacognosy
A Textbook of PharmacognosyBy T. C. Denston. Fifth edition. Pp. xviii + 637. (London: Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, Ltd., 1951.) 45s. net.
A Text-Book of Pharmacognosy
IT is a far cry from the materia medica of the old days to the modern pharmacognosy. The change has come about largely as a result of thepolicy of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain inExpand