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The cedars of lebanon witnesses of history

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Chaney, W.R., Basbous, M. The cedars of lebanon witnesses of history. Econ Bot 32, 118–123 (1978).

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  • Economic Botany
  • Decay Resistance
  • Cedar Wood
  • Cedar Forest
  • Cedar Tree