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Conservation of Plant Genes III: Conservation and Utilization of African Plants

Proceedings Monograph
Edited By: Robert P Adams and Janice E Adams
241 pages, Tabs, maps
Conservation of Plant Genes III: Conservation and Utilization of African Plants
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How can scientists make a difference in the political game of conservation? This is the common theme that runs through the proceedings of the third meeting of DNA BankNet, held in Nairobi, Kenya, in July 1997.

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Proceedings Monograph
Edited By: Robert P Adams and Janice E Adams
241 pages, Tabs, maps
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