5 titles in Missouri Botanical Garden's Materia Medica beginning with E

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This collection contains 212 volumes from 154 titles, containing 98652 pages.

  1. Ensayo para la materia medica Mexicana :arreglado por una comisión nombrada por la Academia Médico-Quirúrgica de esta capital, quien ha dispuesto se imprima por considerarlo util.
    By: Academia Médico-Quirúrgica (Puebla Mexico)
    Publication info: Puebla [Mexico] :Oficina del hospital de S. Pedro, à cargo del C. Manuel Buen-Abad,1832.
    Contributed by: Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter H. Raven Library
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  2. Essentials of vegetable pharmacognosy :a treatise on structural botany - designed especially for pharmaceutical and medical students, pharmacists and physicians.
    By: Jelliffe, Smith Ely, - Rusby, Henry Hurd,
    Publication info: New York :D.O. Haynes & Co.,1895.
    Contributed by: Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter H. Raven Library
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  3. Etudes et commentaires sur le code de L'Escluse :augmentés de quelques notices biographiques = A Clusius-Codex mykologiai méltatása : adatokkal Clusius életrajzához /par Gy. Istvánffi.
    By: Istvánffy, Gyula, - Clusius, Carolus,
    Publication info: Budapest :G. Istvánffi,1900.
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  4. Euricii Cordi, Simesusii medici, Botanologicon.
    By: Cordus, Euricius, - Ioannem Gymnicum.
    Publication info: Coloniae :Apud Ioannem Gymnicum,1534.
    Contributed by: Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter H. Raven Library
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  5. 'Every man his own physician.' The vegetable family physician: containing a description of the roots and herbs common to this country, with their medicinal properties and uses: also directions for the treatment of the diseases incident to human nature, by vegetables alone; embracing many valuable Indian recipes.
    By: Emmons, Samuel Bulfinch.
    Publication info: Boston,G.P. Oakes,1836.
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