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by G. I was a bit disappointed most of the thousands of very brief reports on edible plants did not give any references to where the info came from, the author advises "some 120,000 pages of references were consulted, for technical reasons only main references are listed", so you can't check out the details or (try to) assess credibility of sources which I.
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4. Plants for Human Consumption. Kunkel, . Published by Koenigstein, Koeltz, (1984). ISBN 10: 3874292169 ISBN 13: 9783874292160.
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Plants for Human Consumption: An Annotated Checklist of the Edible Phanerogams and Ferns
Plants for Human Consumption: An Annotated Checklist of the Edible Phanerogams and Ferns. The constituents of the steam volatile oils from two kinds of Allium fistulosum, A. fistulosum var. caespitosum and A. chinense, have been investigated by GC and spectral techniques (IR, UV, GC/MS, 1H NMR and 13C NMR).
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Plants for human consumption: an annotated checklist of the edible phanerogams and ferns. photo of herbarium specimen at Missouri Botanical Garden, collected in Brazil in 1994.
Plants for Human Consumption. Gerald E. Wickens, Günther Kunkel. As in any other region, the plant life of the Canary Islands is divided into three larger groups: the native elements, the involuntarily introduced (or escaped) elements or ‘weeds’, and th. More). 2. View via Publisher. 3. Die kanarischen inseln und ihre pflanzenwelt. An excursion through my herbarium-II.