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Acmella uliginosa, Ceratotheca sesamoides, Justicia tenella and Sesamum radiatum are four traditional leafy vegetables which are widely consumed in Benin. In order to document their origin, folk nomenclature, geographical distribution and ecology and to select adequate zones for in situ conservation of their genetic resources, 118 villages were randomly(More)
Sesamum radiatum is a nutraceutical traditional leafy vegetable highly consumed in Benin. In spite of its importance for food security, nutrition and income generation, very little is known about in the scientific community and it falls into the group of so-called neglected and underutilised species. In order to document the diversity and the various(More)
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