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Secondary Metabolites of Some Marine Invertebrates

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Item Summary Gerard, Frank 2014-01-15T20:20:28Z 2014-01-15T20:20:28Z 2014-01-15
dc.description.abstract The Pacific ocean is distinguished from other bodies of water by its large number of islands. The Pacific islands have been the objects of praise in literature and art, largely for their surface features and their people. Not until the advent of SCUBA (self-contained-underwater breathing apparatus) have the splendid flora and fauna, that abound just beneath the water's surface, been appreciated. SCUBA has given man the ability to make further use of the sea. It has also enabled man to study the sea in all its glory. No longer must the scientist restrict himself to the confines of knee-deep water or the random catches in a dragnet.
dc.format.extent vi, 46 pages
dc.publisher University of Hawaii at Manoa
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dc.title Secondary Metabolites of Some Marine Invertebrates
dc.type Term Project
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dc.contributor.department Chemistry
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