Growth of Farm Animals

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It is usually best, however, to have a mix of team-playing and solitary activities so that the universities know you are not some self-absorbed loner or, equally, someone who cannot function independently. In the first year, you will – with the guidance and support of your supervisors – lay the foundations of your research by learning techniques, planning the structure of your work and starting to gather data, based on an agreed timetable.

Pages: 344

Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (June 12, 1997)

ISBN: 0851988490

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