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dc.creatorLittle, V. A.
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dc.subjectOrganismal biologyen
dc.subjectTephrosia virginianaen
dc.titleThe devil's shoestring, Tephrosia virginiana (L.) Pers. as a domestic source of rotenone and rotenoidsen
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