Recalcitrant seeds : material culture and the global history of science
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Easterby-Smith , S 2019 , ' Recalcitrant seeds : material culture and the global history of science ' , Past & Present , vol. 242 , no. Supplement_14 , pp. 215-242 . https://doi.org/10.1093/pastj/gtz045
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