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Common Antimalarial Trees and Shrubs of East Africa –A Description of Species and a Guide to Cultivation and Conservation through Use

@inproceedings{Dharani2010CommonAT,
  title={Common Antimalarial Trees and Shrubs of East Africa –A Description of Species and a Guide to Cultivation and Conservation through Use},
  author={N. Dharani and G. Rukunga and A. Yenesew and A. Mbora and L. Mwaura and I. Dawson and R. Jamnadass},
  year={2010}
}
A description of species and a guide to cultivation and conservation through use The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) is an autonomous, non-profit research organisation whose vision is a rural transformation in the developing world resulting in a massive increase in the use of trees in rural landscape by smallholder households for improved food security, nutrition, income, health, shelter, energy and environmental sustainability. The Centre generates science-based knowledge about the diverse… Expand
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