Frohne, Dietrich Jensen, Uwe Systematik des Pflanzenreichs

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ISBN(s) 9783804715844
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl 160
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Mathematik/Naturwissenschaften/Technik/Medizin
Kurztitel Frohne, Dietrich: Systematik des Pflanzenreichs
Warengruppe HC/Medizin/Pflege
ISBN-10 3804715842
Länge 238 mm
Breite 172 mm
Höhe 22 mm
Gewicht 796 gr
Produkttyp Hardcover, Softcover
Verlag Deutscher Apotheker Vlg Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft
Untertitel Unter besonderer Berücksichtigung chemischer Merkmale und pflanzlicher Drogen

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