By H. C. Schaller, S. Hoffmeister, H. Bodenmüller (auth.), Professor Dr. Jules Hoffmann, Professor Maurice Porchet (eds.)
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Biosynthesis, Metabolism and Mode of Action of Invertebrate Hormones by H. C. Schaller, S. Hoffmeister, H. Bodenmüller (auth.), Professor Dr. Jules Hoffmann, Professor Maurice Porchet (eds.)