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[Underexploited Andean crops and their nutritional contribution]  [1990]

Tapia, M.E.; Bacigalupo, A.; Moron, C.; FAO, Santiago (Chile). Oficina Regional para America Latina y el Caribe [Corporate Author]

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Language:
Spanish
Type:
Non-Conventional
In AGRIS since:
1992
Extent:
205 p.
Publisher:
RLAC
All titles:
"[Underexploited Andean crops and their nutritional contribution]"@eng
Other:
"FAO Accession No: XF92:312357 (Available on Microfiche)"
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Bibliographic information

Language:
Spanish
Type:
Non-Conventional
In AGRIS since:
1992
Extent:
205 p.
Publisher:
RLAC
All titles:
"[Underexploited Andean crops and their nutritional contribution]"@eng
Other:
"FAO Accession No: XF92:312357 (Available on Microfiche)"