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The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is the foremost national science and technology institution in Ghana. It is mandated to carry out scientific and technological research for national development. The Council was established in its present form by NLC Decree 293 of 10th October, 1968 and re-established by CSIR Act 521 of 26th November, 1996. The Council, however, traces its ancestry to the erstwhile National Research Council (NRC), which was established by the Research Act 21 of August, 1958, a little over a year after i [...]

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Useful plants of Ghana: West African uses of wild and cultivated plants.  [1995]

Abbiw, D. K.;

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The book discusses the distribution of Ghanaian forests and the efforts made to conserve it. It also talks about the uses of trees and herbaceous plants, many of which have a wide distribution in Africa far beyound the frontiers of Ghana. The text is conveniently divided into subjects such as food, fuel, medicine and weeds. The plants are listed in their scientific names and Ghanaian vernacular names, also with English one if available. The book also contains colour photographs of plant products derived from various plant species.
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337pp.

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Langue:
English
Type:
Other
Sur AGRIS depuis:
2005
Editeur:
Intermediate Technology Publications and The Royal Botanic Gardens
Tous les titres:
"Useful plants of Ghana: West African uses of wild and cultivated plants."@eng
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Information bibliographique

Langue:
English
Type:
Other
Sur AGRIS depuis:
2005
Editeur:
Intermediate Technology Publications and The Royal Botanic Gardens
Tous les titres:
"Useful plants of Ghana: West African uses of wild and cultivated plants."@eng