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Henrik Balslev

Woody Plant Diversity in Urban Homegardens in Northern Thailand

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Woody Plant Diversity in Urban Homegardens in Northern Thailand. / Panyadee, Prateep; Balslev, Henrik; Wangpakapattanawong, Prasit; Inta, Angkhana.

I: Economic Botany, Bind 70, Nr. 3, 10.2016, s. 285-302.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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Panyadee, P, Balslev, H, Wangpakapattanawong, P & Inta, A 2016, 'Woody Plant Diversity in Urban Homegardens in Northern Thailand', Economic Botany, bind 70, nr. 3, s. 285-302. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12231-016-9348-9

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Panyadee, P., Balslev, H., Wangpakapattanawong, P., & Inta, A. (2016). Woody Plant Diversity in Urban Homegardens in Northern Thailand. Economic Botany, 70(3), 285-302. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12231-016-9348-9

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Panyadee P, Balslev H, Wangpakapattanawong P, Inta A. 2016. Woody Plant Diversity in Urban Homegardens in Northern Thailand. Economic Botany. 70(3):285-302. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12231-016-9348-9

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Panyadee P, Balslev H, Wangpakapattanawong P, Inta A. Woody Plant Diversity in Urban Homegardens in Northern Thailand. Economic Botany. 2016 okt;70(3):285-302. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12231-016-9348-9

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Panyadee, Prateep ; Balslev, Henrik ; Wangpakapattanawong, Prasit ; Inta, Angkhana. / Woody Plant Diversity in Urban Homegardens in Northern Thailand. I: Economic Botany. 2016 ; Bind 70, Nr. 3. s. 285-302.

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