2 edition of dentition of the South African negro found in the catalog.
dentition of the South African negro
|Statement||by Alexander Jacobson.|
|LC Classifications||GN209 J34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 365 p. :|
|Number of Pages||365|
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The Dentition of the South African Negro: A Morphological and Metrical Study of The Teeth, The Jaws and The Bony Palate of Several Large Groups of South African Bantu-Speaking cturer: A.
Jacobson. The dentition of the South African Negro: a morphological and metrical study of the teeth, the jaws, and the bony palate of several large groups of South African.
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