Kurt Benirschke

Kurt Benirschke (May 26, 1924 – September 10, 2018) was a German-American pathologist, geneticist and expert on the placenta and reproduction in humans and myriad mammalian species. At the San Diego Zoo, he created the world's first frozen zoo for the cryopreservation of genetic material from endangered species. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1986
Springer New York

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by Benirschke, Kurt
Published 2012
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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by Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1967
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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by Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1969
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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by Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1975
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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by Hsu, T. C., Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1971
Springer New York

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by Hsu, T. C., Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1973
Springer New York

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by Warhol, Andy, Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1986
Springer New York

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by Benirschke, Kurt, Kaufmann, Peter
Published 1990
Springer New York

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by Benirschke, Kurt, Kaufmann, Peter
Published 1995
Springer New York

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by Benirschke, Kurt, Kaufmann, Peter
Published 2000
Springer New York

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by Hsu, T. C., Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1967
Springer New York

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by Hsu, T. C., Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1968
Springer New York

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by Hsu, T. C., Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1970
Springer New York

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by Hsu, T. C., Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1971
Springer New York

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by Hsu, T. C., Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1974
Springer New York

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by Hsu, T. C., Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1975
Springer New York

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by Hsu, T. C., Benirschke, Kurt
Published 1977
Springer New York

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by Benirschke, Kurt, Driscoll, Shirley G.
Published 1967
Springer New York

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by Benirschke, Kurt, Kaufmann, Peter, Baergen, Rebecca N.
Published 2006
Springer New York