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Erratum:  Shorter Fallow Cycles Affect the Availability of Noncrop Plant Resources in a Shifting Cultivation System


In the original published version of this article, the first sentence in the abstract read:

Shifting cultivation systems, one of the most widely distributed forms of agriculture in the tropics, provide not only crops of cultural significance, but also OF medicinal, edible, ritual, fuel, and forage resources, which contribute to the livelihoods, health, and cultural identity of local people.

The sentence has now been corrected to read:

Shifting cultivation systems, one of the most widely distributed forms of agriculture in the tropics, provide not only crops of cultural significance, but also medicinal, edible, ritual, fuel, and forage resources, which contribute to the livelihoods, health, and cultural identity of local people.


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