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Neglected plants of horticultural and nutritional importance in traditional farming systems of tropical Africa

, : Neglected plants of horticultural and nutritional importance in traditional farming systems of tropical Africa. Acta Horticulturae (53): 131-150

The phases of domestication (cultivated, protected, semi-wild, wild) of crop spp. in traditional farming systems in W.

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