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IKS and knowledge management: utilizing indigenous knowledge in institutional knowledge systems: Indigenous knowledge systems: implications for agriculture and international development

by Roling, N; Engel, P; Warren, D.M; Slikkeveer, L.J; Titilola, S.O; Iowa State Univ., Ames (EUA). Technology and Social Change Program; Academy for Educational Development, Inc., Washington, D.C. (EUA) .
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall number: E14 W291 Series: Studies in Technology and Social Change - Iowa State University (EUA) no. 11. Publisher: Ames, Iowa (EUA): 1989Description: p. 101-115.ISBN: 0-945271-15-8.Subject(s): CONOCIMIENTO NATIVO | GENERACION DE TECNOLOGIA | ADMINISTRACION DEL CONOCIMIENTO | DESARROLLO AGRICOLA | INVESTIGACION AGRICOLA | CAMBIO TECNOLOGICO | EXTENSION | PEQUENO AGRICULTOR | VINCULO INVESTIGACION-EXTENSION | PAISES EN DESARROLLO | PAISES DESARROLLADOS
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