The Subtle Beast: Snakes, From Myth to Medicine
CRC Press, 1 de maig 2003 - 176 pàgines
The Subtle Beast: Snakes, from Myth to Medicine introduces you to the complex and absorbing world of these mysterious creatures. Each of the fourteen chapters in this volume can be read independently, but read together they trace a fascinating journey from the macroscopic features of snakes to the molecular description of their venom components.
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