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Croton lechleri: sustainable utilization of an Amazonian pioneer species






Medicinal Plant Conservation 6: 24-26

Croton lechleri: sustainable utilization of an Amazonian pioneer species

The distribution, utilization and trade, sustainable management, reforestation and conservation of C. lechleri are discussed.


Accession: 003395684



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