Curing and the physiology of wound healing

The nature of wound healing, conditions that promote would healing, and screening of sweetpotato germplasm for wound healing


Identifier: ISBN: 0 85954 548 2


Key Document Information

Authors: Q.E.A. van Oirschot, D. Rees, J. Aked, A. Kihurani, C. Lucas, D. Maina, T. Mcharo, J. Bohac

Subject: Curing and wound healing

Publication Date: 2003

Publisher: Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich

Contributors: Jens Riis-Jacobsen

Format: pdf

Language: English

Keywords: Curing, Wound healing


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