white mahogany

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white mahogany

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Ecogeographic variation in leaf morphology of african mohogany (Khaya anthotheca and Khaya ivorensis) provenance in gana.
Key roles of leaves, stockplant age, and auxin concentration in vegetative propagation of two African mahoganies: Khaya anthotheca Welw.
Keywords: Khaya anthotheca; Anthothecol; Gedunin; Antimalarial activity
Ropes and twines are fabricated from more than 40 species of fiber plants; toolhandles from 12 species of tree branches; oil pressers from the wood of the Pterocarpus soyauxii; furniture from Khaya anthotheca; bowls and mortars from Alstonia congensis.