Series: Reproduction in Mammals

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Reproduction in Mammals, Volume 1: Germ cells and Fertilization by C. R. Austin1
Reproduction in Mammals, Volume 2: Embryonic and Fetal Development by C.R. Austin (ed)2
Reproduction in Mammals, Volume 3: Hormones in Reproduction by C. R. Austin3
Reproduction in Mammals, Volume 4: Reproductive Patterns by C. R. Austin4
Reproduction in Mammals, Volume 5: Artificial Control of Reproduction by Colin Russell Austin5
Reproduction in Mammals, Volume 6: The Evolution of Reproduction by Colin Russell Austin6
Reproduction in Mammals, Volume 8: Human Sexuality by C. R. Austin8

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