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Tree species diversity and regeneration potential of soil seed bank in Akure forest reserve, Ondo state, Nigeria

Bernard Omomoh, Victor Adekule, Amadu Lawal, Olarewaju Akinbi

Published on: 17 September 2019

Page: 409 - 416

DOI: 10.6165/tai.2019.64.409

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2019 vol.64 no.4 pp.409-416

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