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Get this from a library. A night's work with the microscope on some of the minute forms of life found in Burlington Bay: with some gossip concerning their history. Biology Chapter 4 Questions.
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People who look for the first time through a microscope say, 'Now I see this, and then I see that,' and even a skilled observer can be fooled. On these observations I have spent more time than many will believe, but I have done them with joy, and I have taken no notice of those who have said, 'Why take so much trouble,' and, 'What good is it?'.
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