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Biology Of Yews, Species Of Yew, Economic And Ecological Importance Of Yews, Medicinal Uses Of Yews

Yews are various species of tree- or shrub-sized, woody plants that comprise the conifer family, Taxaceae. All yews are in the genus Taxus, and about seven species are known, occurring in moist, temperate forest habitats in North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

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