Imaginal Discs: The Genetic and Cellular Logic of Pattern Formation
by Lewis I. Held, Jr.

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H (1662-1957) | I-J (1958-2107) | K (2108-2375) | L (2376-2630) | M (2631-3024) | N (3025-3153) | O (3154-3218)

P (3219-3478) | Q-R (3479-3716) | S (3717-4226) | T (4227-4413) | U-V (4414-4507) | W (4508-4769) | X-Z (4770-4900)

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