Indigenous Plant Genetic Resources of South Africa

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South Africa is considered to be a “hotspot” for biodiversity and more than 22,000 plant species occur within its boundaries. This represents 10% of the world’s species, although the land surface of South Africa is less than 1% of the earth. The country is divided into seven biomes and into 68 vegetation types (Low and Rebelo 1996). The Savanna biome covers… (More)

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@inproceedings{Coetzee2001IndigenousPG, title={Indigenous Plant Genetic Resources of South Africa}, author={Cobus Coetzee}, year={2001} }