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Abebe, D., & Urga, A. (2003). Checklist of medicinal and other useful plants of ethiopia.  
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Abebe, D., & Urga, A. (2003). Checklist of medicinal and other useful plants of ethiopia.  
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Abebe, D., Debella, A., & Urga, K. (2003). Medicinal plants and other useful plants of ethiopia. Camerapix Publishers International, 54–61.  
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Abebe, D., Health, A. A. (. E. E., Inst., N. R., Debella, A., & Urga, K. 2003. Medicinal plants and other useful plants of ethiopia. Nairobi (Kenya) Camerapix Publishers International.  
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Abebe, D., Debella, A., & Urga, K. (2003). Medicinal plants and other useful plants of ethiopia. Camerapix Publishers International, 54–61.  
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Abuye, C., Urga, K., Knapp, H., Selmar, D., Omwega, A. M., & Imungi, J. K., et al. (2003). A compositional study of moringa stenopetala leaves. East African Medical Journal, 80(5), 247–252.  
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Addis, G. (2003). Treatments promoting germination of taverniera abyssinica a. rich, seeds. Seed Science and Technology, 31(3), 579–586.  
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Debella, A., Makonnen, E., Abebe, D., Teka, F., & Kidanemariam, A. T. (2003). Pain management in mice using the aqueous and ethanol extracts of four medicinal plants. East African Medical Journal, 80(8), 435–439.  
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Esser, K. B., Semagn, K., & Wolde-Yohannes, L. (2003). Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod (phytolacca dodecandra) in ethiopia. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 85(2-3), 269–277.  
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Fassil, H. 2003. 'we do what we know': Local health knowledge and home-based medicinal plant use in ethiopia. University of Oxford.  
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Fassil, H. 2003. 'we do what we know': Local health knowledge and home-based medicinal plant use in ethiopia. University of Oxford.  
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Fassil, H. (2003). A qualitative understanding of local traditional knowledge and medicinal plant use.  
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Fassil, H. (2003). We do what we know: Local health knowledge and home - based medicinal plant use in ethiopia.  
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Fullas, F. (2003). Spice plants in ethiopia: Their culinary and medicinal applications. F. Fullas.  
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Fullas, F. (2003). Spice plants in ethiopia: Their culinary and medicinal applications. F. Fullas.  
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Gebrehiwot, K., Muys, B., Haile, M., & Mitloehner, R. (2003). Introducing boswellia papyrifera (del.) hochst and its non-timber forest product, frankincense. International Forestry Review, 5(4), 348–353.  
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Gedif, T., & Hahn, H. J. (2003). The use of medicinal plants in self-care in rural central ethiopia. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 87(2-3), 155–161.  
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Gedif, T., & Hahn, H.-J. 2003. The use of medicinal plants in self-care in rural central ethiopia.  
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Giday, M., Asfaw, Z., Elmqvist, T., & Woldu, Z. (2003). An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used by the zay people in ethiopia. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 85(1), 43–52.  
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Hadis, M., Lulu, M., Mekonnen, Y., & Asfaw, T. (2003). Field trials on the repellent activity of four plant products against mainlymansonia population in western ethiopia. Phytotherapy Research, 17(3), 202–205.  
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