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Chemical composition and nutritive value of the leaves of khirk tree (Celtis australis Linn



Chemical composition and nutritive value of the leaves of khirk tree (Celtis australis Linn



J. Res. Punjab agric. Univ 6(4): 942-7. Bibl. 13



The khirk tree commonly grows in the hills of Himachal Pradesh and its leaves are fed to livestock.

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