Evaluation of 107 legumes for renewable sources of energy

Carr, M. E.; Roth, W. B.; Phillips, B. S.; Cull, I. M.; Bagby, M. O.
July 1984
Economic Botany;Jul/Sep1984, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p358
Academic Journal
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