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The gardeners dictionary

@inproceedings{Miller1969TheGD,
  title={The gardeners dictionary},
  author={Philip Miller and William Thomas Stearn},
  year={1969}
}
Revision of the Infrageneric Classification of Lobelia L. (Campanulaceae: Lobelioideae)
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Richard Bradley’s A Short Historical Account of Coffee (1715) and The Virtue and Use of Coffee (1721)
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Abstract A new species of the genus Senna from the Atlantic Forest of Paraíba State, Brazil, is described and illustrated based on a field collection, traditional taxonomic methodologies, and the
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