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La gestion des plantes médicinales chez les communautés autochtones Nahuas de la Huasteca Potosina, Mexique

@inproceedings{Contreras2011LaGD,
  title={La gestion des plantes m{\'e}dicinales chez les communaut{\'e}s autochtones Nahuas de la Huasteca Potosina, Mexique},
  author={Nadja Palomo Contreras},
  year={2011}
}
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