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The Frog Scientist (scientists In The Field Series)

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Frog Scientist
The Frog Scientist (scientists In The Field Series)

You might want to pick up a copy of Frog Scientist the best book. The author is Pamela S. Turner and it was published sometime in 2011 by Sandpiper. The book has 64 pages. Let yourself become engrossed in the child's book. When you read, visualize the particular dilemma inside of your head. You may get as innovative as you choose with the experience in your thoughts. This will certainly place you amongst the enjoyment as well as exhilaration of the book. To get the best price for a copy on this book along with other products, visit our partners via the add to cart button below.

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Discount Price: $6.05
Publisher: Sandpiper
MPN: FBA-|292366
ISBN: 0547576986
Author: Pamela S. Turner

The critically acclaimed Scientist in the Field book about how one boy's interest in backyard science inspired a profession in scientific discovery. Whilst scientists about the globe discovered frogs were dying of habitat loss and disease, Tyrone learned one of the most generally employed pesticide in the United States, atrazine, might also play a role. Growing up in South Carolina, Tyrone Hayes didn't worry about pesticides. When he tested it in his Berkeley lab, it caused some of the males to mutate into half-male, half-female frogs. He wanted to understand what was happening and why, so he traveled America to perform the research and find out. He just liked to collect frogs, and later found his calling in an amphibian analysis lab.

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  • Pages: 64
  • Languages:
  • English (Unknown)
  • English (Original Language)
  • English (Published)
  • Product Dim.: Height: 0.3" Length: 8.8" Width: 10.9"
  • Weight: 0.65 lbs.
  • Package: Height: 0.5" Length: 10.9" Width: 8.8"
  • Package Weight: 0.65 lbs.

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