Ethnobotany research papers
Zizyphus current present study was quantitatively compared with four published research articles from aligned countries. The name is lectotypified using a specimen from paul hermann's herbarium at rkdownloadby rajeev kumar singh 25 botany, systematics (taxonomy), plant ecology, ethnobotanythis paper deals with the lectotypification of two names lachnastoma triflorum korth.
In pakistan all studies published from 2008–2013 were analyzed while from aligned countries 9 research papers from 2000–2013 were reviewed. Ethnobotanical data was analyzed using relative frequency of citation (rfc) to determine the well-known and most useful species in the t research work reports total of 50 plant species belonging to 48 genera of 35 families from chail valley.
Rajeev kumar singh 23 botany, evolutionary biology, systematics (taxonomy), plant -six million researchers use this site every month. Our work over four decades, both in the field and literary studies, has resulted in a dictionary of indian folk-medicine and ethnobotany that includes 2532 plants.
However, some conservation minded icelanders are seeking new strategies for a more sustainable relationship with their environment through the use of native plants as well as algae and fungi for things such as food and rkdownloadby cory w whitney 6 human ecology, ethnobotany, conservation, traditional knowledgein the mediterranean area, the simultaneous occurrence of pedological, climatic and economic constraints often sets a limit on the profitability of agriculture, and farmers are forced to grow a reduced number of species, dealing with a... Help new research papers in:physicschemistrybiologyhealth sciencesecologyearth sciencescognitive sciencemathematicscomputer rivacycopyrightacademia © publications contributions in emc people and plants: research papers in shuswap l of ethnobiologycurrent issuespecial sectionsback issuesguidelines for authorscontact the editorsethnobiology letterscontributions in ethnobiologybecoming a researcher: making the transition to graduate schoolsmall things forgotten: artifacts of fishing in the petén lakes region, guatemalasecwepemc people and plants: research papers in shuswap ethnobotanysprouting valleyexplorations in ethnobiologymanuscript ble in electronic or print the society and receive member $85.
Moreover, this work can serve as a model for other interdisciplinary collaborative community based research projects, and we are proud to be able to present our findings through this new society of ethnobiology emc people and plants: research papers in shuswap ethnobotany (entire volume)edited by marianne b. Correlation tests of ecological and ethnobotany scores indicated that those plants with the highest ci index scores were among those with the greatest sdr (p<0.
The current paper now attempts to combine a wide range of written sources and the full archaeological record in order to find evidence of this genus’ possible use in history and prehistory, and to serve as an example of the combination and interlinking of research tools from historical botany and rkdownloadby andreas g. Heiss 5 folklore, ethnobotany, archaeobotany, ritualhotspots of bio and cultural diversity have been and continue to be the focus of conservation efforts and ethnobotany explorations worldwide (hoffman and gallaher 2007) as they harbor such a great number of species and ethnicities....
Laure emperaire 7 ethnobotany, agrobiodiversity, plant diversity, biological diversitythe category of the eight principal tantric medicines (sman rtsa brgyad) is ubiquitous in tantric sources, such as the regular medicinal cordial offerings (sman mchod) found in many tantric sādhanas. Our results dovetail recent anthropological research suggesting that, despite other important cultural changes, the caboclos de açu continue to maintain at least part of their traditional knowledge system, probably because they depend on the use of plant resources for their livelihood.
This progress has been in response to a repeated call for theory-inspired and hypothesis-driven research to improve the rigor of the discipline. 1994;185:153-64; discussion otany and research on medicinal plants in information1national botanical research institute, lucknow, ctvast ethnobotanical knowledge exists in india from ancient time.
To advance the field of ethnobotany as a hypothesis-driven, theoretically inspired discipline, it is important to first synthesize the existing theoretical lines of research. 2012, islamabad pakistan: jang group of news papers, retrieved 5 december 2012google scholarhamayun m: traditional uses of some medicinal plants of swat valley, pakistan.
Developing research to test these predictions will make significant contributions to the field of ethnobotany and create the critical mass of primary literature necessary to develop meta-analyses and to advance new theories in rkdownloadby michael coe 3 ethnobotany, quantitative methods, ethnobiologyan interdisciplinary approach combining archaeological, historical, and ethnological data is used in the attempt to draw a general image of the role of bladdernut (staphylea pinnata) in past societies. Morebackground: the inhabitants of mountainous terrains depend on folk therapies to treat various ailments; however lack of plant based research and geographical constraints set the traditional knowledge in jeopardy.
Despite early (4500-1500 bc) origins and a long history of usage, in the last two centuries ayurveda has received little official support and hence less attention from good medical practitioners and researchers. Since the 1950s the study of ethnobotany has intensified; 10 books and 300 papers have been published.
This volume of specific research contributions, together with a secwepemc ethnobotany to be published separately, will highlight the critical importance of plants and environments for secwepemc health, well-being and cultural identity. The rnarket demand of sagiilarta sagittifolra is worked out through market surveyrmd found to be highly relevant with the,socio-econo'rny of the rural peoplebookmarkdownloadby victor singh 2 ethnobotany, nutritional analysisethnobotany has evolved from a discipline that largely documented the diversity of plant use by local people to one focused on understanding how and why people select plants for a wide range of uses.
Morethis volume is the outcome of collaborative european research among archaeologists, archaeobotanists, ethnographers, historians and agronomists, and frequently uses experiments in archaeology. Morehotspots of bio and cultural diversity have been and continue to be the focus of conservation efforts and ethnobotany explorations worldwide (hoffman and gallaher 2007) as they harbor such a great number of species and ethnicities.
In spite of the immense use, allium hookeri cultivation and its preservation has been decreased due to lack of research-based information of the plant, and due to the concept that wild/traditional plants are poor in nutrition and meant only for the poor. A total of 25 plants were enumerated during the study, along with their botanical names, families, plant parts used and the colours rkdownloadby victor singhethnobotanytraditional healing practices amongst galo tribes in this area are the method to treat ailments by using herbs in form of fresh drug, crushed juice, decoction of drug part and powdered medicine for oral intake and paste for local...
Acknowledgements: this project (031a247b) is financially supported by the federal ministry of education and research (bmbf) within the collaborative research project globe‐rkdownloadby cory w whitney and +1jens gebauer 5 ethnobotany, agroecology, agrobiodiversity, homegardenssous la direction de yildiz aumeeruddy-thomas, dominique caubet, younes hmimsa et ángeles vicentebookmarkdownloadby ángeles vicente and +1dominique caubet 5 ethnobotany, arabic language and linguistics, ethnolinguistic, moroccopatterns of plant use in human populations are context-specific and influenced by many different ecological and social factors like plant diversity and availability, and gender, age, and household structure. Moreethnobotany has evolved from a discipline that largely documented the diversity of plant use by local people to one focused on understanding how and why people select plants for a wide range of uses.