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






Acta Amazonica 11(1): 3-11

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

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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