From Studies in Spermatogenesis with especial reference to the "Accessory Chromosome", Part I (p.31), N.M. Stevens,1905, Washington, DC: Carnegie Institution of Washington.
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Google is great at finding information from many different places very quickly. It can be a great tool when looking for certain types of information--think finding hours for your favorite pizza place or a local news report. When it comes to research within your field, though, Google tends to fall short. There are three main reasons for this:
Would you want your doctor to be treating you based only on Google research?
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