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The nature of growth ; e.g. , growth as an increase in cell numbers or as an increase in cell size ; the relation between growth and development b . Types of growth : in cells , in plants , and in animals c .
The outline of subject B begins with the initial factors conducive to urbanization — a pattern of increase in the percentage of city - dwellers in a total population . It goes on to the patterns of urbanization in the premodern period ...
World War I ( 1914–18 ) and increasing influence of the army : German military defeat ( 1918 ) ; establishment of the German Republic ( 1919 ) d . The Austrian and Austro - Hungarian Empire from 1850 to 1920 8 : 1139-115c / 11 : 557a ...
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Part One Matter and energy
Energy radiation and the states and transformation of matter
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