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Chemical dictionary of economic plants

@inproceedings{Harborne2001ChemicalDO,
  title={Chemical dictionary of economic plants},
  author={Jeffrey B. Harborne and Herbert Baxter},
  year={2001}
}
Contributors. Preface. Medicinal Plants. Food Plants. Essential Oils. Oils and Fats. Dyestuffs. Tannins. Plant Biocides. Hallucinogenics. Gums and Rubbers. Waxes and Resins. Plant Fibres. Books Consulted. Species Index. Name Index. 
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