ethnobotany

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ethnobotany

[¦eth·nō′bät·ən·ē]
(anthropology)
The study of how cultures utilize plants and plant products.
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A large number of ethnobotanic studies with brazilian Afrodescendant communities have been reviewed by Albuquerque (1999).
Ethnobotanic Information About Alternanthera repens, Obtained from People Interviewed.
Ethnobotanic resources of tropical montane forests: indigenous uses of plants in the Cameroon Highland ecoregion.
It also included searching and reading the reports of different workshops, projects and ethnobotanic work at the OIA archive and documentation center.
Ethnobotanic resources of tropical montane forests; indigenous uses of plants in the Cameroon highland ecoregion.
hookeri has been associated with the traditional recipes of meiteis and also with the ethnotherapy of certain diseases by local healers since the time immemorial, the plant has been regarded as ethnobotanic relevance to the Manipuris.
Because of their taxonomic similarities, several terminologies have been used to refer to the same species of the Plectranthus genus, which interferes with the collection of information about the ethnobotanic use of this genus.