An easy anthology Lesson 15
Twenty-one language lessons ba on a pamphlet with grammar commentary by Dennis Ward. varsity of Edinburgh
Script by Peter Norman University of London
Those taking part:
Mita Gloria. Emmie Vosnesenskay* Victor Gregoriy , Peter Norman Production by Ariadne Nicolaeff Recorded broadcast of Jan. 6, 1961
Details of the pamphlet and pronumciation disc are on page 19
Work in the world of science
AN ALTERNATIVE TO SEX by Alan Roper
Professor of Genetics,
' University of Sheffield
Our method of bisexual reproduction is not the only one in nature-fungi bacteria, and viruses, for instance. use a simpler method. But this simple method is inflexible : you can't ' breed new strains of fungi. Recently so tists have found a way round difficulty, by making use of the 'pa sexual cycle.'
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