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2012Uras : Medicinal and ritual plants of Serampas, Jambi IndonesiaHariyadi, Bambang; Ticktin, Tamara
2014Urban Demand for Wild Foods in Northeast Thailand: A survey of edible wild species sold in the Khon Kaen municipal marketShirai, Yuko; Rambo, A. Terry
2006Ure (Colocasia esculenta-Araceae): An Edible Aroid of the WaraoGomez-Beloz, Alfredo; Rivero, Tirzo
2005The Use of Hemiepiphytes as Craft Fibres by Indigenous Communities in the Colombian AmazonVargas, María Paula Balcázar; van Andel, Tinde
2010Uses and Commercial Prospects for the Wine Palm, Attalea butyracea, in ColombiaBernal, Rodrigo; Galeano, Gloria; García, Néstor; Olivares, Ingrid Lorena; Cocomá, Carolina
2009Uses of Local Plant Species by Agropastoralists in South-western NigerAyantunde, Augustine Abioye; Hiernaux, Pierre; Briejer, Mirjam; Udo, Henk; Tabo, Ramadijta
2011Vaavubhali, a Traditional Festival for Remembering AncestorsFranco, F Merlin; Robin, D T Rose
2005Valim-Pikarohana Momba Ny Fampiasana Tany Sy Sokajin’ala Amin’ny Fokontany Morarano MahavelonaLehavana, Adolphe; Toto, Eric; Razaka, Rémi Amosa; Toto, Gaston; John, Henri; Tabita, Marie Odette; Soazafy, Céléstine; Dimasy, Justin; Razaka, Emmanuel; Rasoa; Jaqueline
2008Vegetation Analysis of Urban Ethnic Markets Shows Supermarket Generalists and Chinatown Ethnic-specialist VendorsNguyen, My Lien Thi; Wieting, Julia; Doherty, Katherine T.
2007Water Spinach (Ipomoea aquatica, Convolvulaceae): A Food Gone WildAustin, Daniel F.
2011Watermelons in the Sand of Sahara: Cultivation and use of indigenous landraces in the Tombouctou Region of MaliJensen, Brita Dahl; Touré, Fatoumata Maïga; Ag Hamattal, Mohamed; Touré, Fatimata Aya; Nantoumé, Aminata Dolo
2005Weaves the BasketStevens, Michelle L.
2004Weaving Our Stories Worldwide: An Indigenous Approach to Global Economics and EcologyTaiepa, Todd
2006When Inter-ethnic Botanical Borrowing Does Not Rely on Obvious Efficacy: Some Questions from Western AmazoniaLenaerts, Marc
2009Why Bananas Matter: An introduction to the history of banana domesticationDe Langhe, Edmond; Vrydaghs, Luc; de Maret, Pierre; Perrier, Xavier; Denham, Tim
2003Why Launch a New Journal?McClatchey, Will; Thomas, Michael B.
2008Wild Edible Fruit Species Cultural Domain, Informant Species Competence and Preference in Three Districts of Amhara Region, EthiopiaMengistu, Fentahun; Hager, Herbert
2014Wine, Beer, Snuff, Medicine, and Loss of Diversity - Ethnobotanical travels in the Georgian CaucasusBussmann, Rainer W.; Zambrana, Narel Y Paniagua; Sikharulidze, Shalva; Kikvidze, Zaal; Kikodze, David; Jinjikhadze, Tamar; Shanshiashvili, Tamaz; Chelidze, Dato; Batsatsashvili, Ketevan; Bakanidze, Niki
2005Working Together to Take Care of the Land: Building Bridges with Traditional Knowledge in the Gwich’in Settlement AreaSmith, Wynet
2005Zavamaniry Famantaran-Javatra Ao Amin’Ny FKT Morarano-MahavelonaRakotonandrasana, Stéphan Richard