Curricular Problems in Science at the College Level
"This work is Volume II in a series of reports of investigations in the teaching of science at the college level. This volume is an account of studies made in the field of botany, with particular attention to the value of elementary courses in botany as prerequisites to the more advanced courses in the College of Agriculture and Forestry at the University of Minnesota."
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