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Ethnobotany and the economic role of the Cucurbitaceae of China


, : Ethnobotany and the economic role of the Cucurbitaceae of China. Economic Botany 46(4): 349-367

In 1989, 18 species of cucurbits in cultivation in eastern China were listed and described (see Walters, T.W., Economic Botany 43, 297-313). This paper provides an updating of the list, with the inclusion of information from untranslated Chinese literature and further field observations.

Accession: 002373691

DOI: 10.1007/bf02866506

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