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Oil Yielding Plants

By: M Ahmedullah and M Sanjappa
104 pages, Col plates
Oil Yielding Plants
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The book deals with wild-, fuel- (edible and non-edible), commercial- and medicinal oil yielding plants, which are explained with the scientific and common names (Sanskrit, Tamil, Hindi, Malayalam etc.) and the family and habit. There is also information about the use of the oil and source. With an index of scientific names.


Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction. Enumeration: 1. Oil yielding wild plants. 2. Fuel oil yielding plants (edible). 3. Fuel oil yielding plants (Non-edible). 4. Commercial oil yielding plants. 5. Medicinal oil yielding plants. Bibliography. Abbreviations. Index.

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By: M Ahmedullah and M Sanjappa
104 pages, Col plates
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