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The Tea quarterly
Bib ID 1279329
Format JournalJournal
Description St. Coombs, Talawakele : The Tea Research Institute 
v ill. 25 cm. 
ISSN 0040-036X 
Notes

"Journal of the Tea Research Institute of Sri Lanka".

"Journal of the Tea Research Institute of Ceylon"

Issued Feb 1928-Sept. 1972 by the institute under its earlier name: Tea Research Institute of Ceylon.

Issued Feb. 1928-Sept. 1972 by the institute under its earlier name: Tea Research Institute of Ceylon.

Donated by Manfred Hans Claasz.

Cited In

Chemical abstracts -1980

Life sciences collection

Life Dates Began with v. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1928) and ceased with v. 53, pt. 1 & 2 (Mar./June 1984) 
Frequency Quarterly 
Index/Finding Aid Note Vols. 1-40, 1928-69. 1 v; v. 22-24, 1951-53 with v. 24. 
Subjects Tea -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Tea Research Institute of Sri Lanka  |  Tea Research Institute of Ceylon
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