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Thomas Hunt Morgan at the microscope

Thomas Hunt Morgan at the microscope
Description:
Morgan at work. Note the single ocular microscope; the binocular microscope was not a favored tool of Morgan's.
Keywords:
thomas hunt morgan, microscope, gallery 10
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