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Seabuckthorn: (Hippophae spp.): The Golden Bush

Edited By: SK Dwivedi
392 pages, Figs, tabs
Seabuckthorn: (Hippophae spp.): The Golden Bush
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  • Seabuckthorn: (Hippophae spp.): The Golden Bush ISBN: 9788189304607 Hardback Dec 2009 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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The principle aim of this book is to provide scientific information on seabuckthorn. This edited book covers most of the aspects such as distribution, botany, genetic diversity, properties/ phytochemistry, propagation, cultivation, harvesting, conservation and utilization etc. of seabuckthorn. The book includes 19 chapters contributed by 47 experts belonging to 23 different institutions. The chapters have been critically reviewed by eminent experts in the field.

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Edited By: SK Dwivedi
392 pages, Figs, tabs
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