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Silvicultural studies on a population of Copaifera multijuga (Leguminosae). Part 1. Germination


, : Silvicultural studies on a population of Copaifera multijuga (Leguminosae). Part 1. Germination. Acta Amazonica 11(1): 3-11

Seed from 16 selected C. multijuga trees from the Ducke Forest Reserve, Manaus region, Brazil, were studied for purity, vigour and germination capacity. Average germination % was high (87.5%).


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