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Acacias in Senegal. Proceedings of the meeting on acacia in Senegal, held 3-5 December 1996 in Dakar, Senegal






L' acacia au Senegal Actes de la reunion thematique sur l' acacia au Senegal, Dakar, Senegal, 3-5 decembre 1996: 476 pp.

Acacias in Senegal. Proceedings of the meeting on acacia in Senegal, held 3-5 December 1996 in Dakar, Senegal

About 12 species of Acacia occur in Senegal, and they are important multipurpose and agroforestry trees in this dry tropical region, as is reflected in the research undertaken into many aspects of the botany, ecology, utilization and improvement of the genus.

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