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Cells, their structure and function

Author: E H Mercer
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday [1962]
Series: Anchor books; Natural history library, N25.
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Mercer, E.H. (Edgar Howard), 1919-
Cells, their structure and function.
Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday [1962]
(OCoLC)609140010
Online version:
Mercer, E.H. (Edgar Howard), 1919-
Cells, their structure and function.
Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday [1962]
(OCoLC)621102964
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E H Mercer
OCLC Number: 365852
Notes: Originally published in England under title: Cells and cell structure.
Description: xix, 134 pages illustrations 19 cm.
Contents: China : the cradle of East Asian culture. Chinese culture : its origins and nature --
Territorial and cultural expansion --
Stages in China's social and cultural evolution : extension of her horizons --
The new China. Population : society, settlement, and economy. The Chinese and the minorities --
Agriculture in China past and present --
Agricultural regions of China --
Crafts, trading, and communications --
Villages, markets, and towns --
Mineral wealth and mining : the development of natural resources --
Modern industry : prime requisite for a great power --
Foreign trade : China's position in world economy. The geographical regions of Chinese and central Asian culture. North China : the cradle of Chinese culture --
The Yangtze lowlands --
South-east China : a seaward-looking coastland and mountainous interior --
The Red Basin of Szechwan : an inland agricultural centre --
The Yunkwei plateaux --
North-east China : agricultural and industrial areas --
Inner Mongolia : overwhelmed nomad territory --
The People's Republic of Mongolia : a former Chinese frontier state --
The Kansu or Ho Hsi Corridor : the oases route to the far west --
Sinkiang : the sinicized part of the Islamic east --
Tibet : the Chinese impact on a theocratic state --
Taiwan, Hainan, and Hong Kong : islands off the south China coast. Vietnam : culturally a part of East Asia. The natural features --
Stages in Vietnam's cultural and territorial evolution --
The Democratic Republic of Vietnam --
The Republic of Vietnam. Korea : a bridgeland. Korea's natural features --
The origins of early Korean culture --
Korea's political history after the period of isolation --
Cultural influences and changes in the cultural landscape during Japanese occupation --
Choson : Democratic People's Republic of Korea --
Taehan : the South Korean state. Japan : the island world. The natural framework --
The beginnings of old Japan's culture and the opening up of the islands --
Man and society, settlement and economy : the modern transformation --
Population increase : changes in agrarian patterns --
The sea as a source of food --
The economic structure of modern Japan --
Japan and world trade --
Cities and communications --
Japan's cultural regions.
Series Title: Anchor books; Natural history library, N25.
Other Titles: Cells and cell structure
Responsibility: [by] E.H. Mercer.

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