Browsing "Ethnobotany Research and Applications" by Issue Date

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2003Application of Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Practices of Indigenous Hawaiians to the Revegetation of Kaho'olaweGon, Samuel M. III
2003A Practitioners Perspectives: Traditional Tannin-Treatment Against Intestinal Parasites in Sheep and CattleAas, Eilif
2003Back To The Future: Using Traditional Knowledge to Strengthen Biodiversity Conservation in Pohnpei, Federated States of MicronesiaRaynor, Bill; Kostka, Mark
2003Emerging Synergies Between Information Technology and Applied Ethnobotanical ResearchThomas, Michael B.
2003The Ethnobotany of the Yanomami IndiansPrance, Ghillean T.
2003Ancestral Genetic Resources Provide an Alternative to GMO CropsEubanks, Mary W.
2003Medicinal Plant Use in Reproductive Health DisordersRamihantaniariyo, Herlyne; Ramambazafy, Richard F.; Quansah, Nat
2003Te Hoe Nuku Roa: A Journey Towards Maori Centered ResearchForster, Margaret
2003Tobacco BasketStevens, Michelle L.
2003Why Launch a New Journal?McClatchey, Will; Thomas, Michael B.
2004Weaving Our Stories Worldwide: An Indigenous Approach to Global Economics and EcologyTaiepa, Todd
2004How 'Awa Travels the WorldWeaver, Kia
2004Survey of Medicinal Plants in the Main US HerbariaFlaster, Trish
2004The Neglected Key to Successful Biodiversity Conservation and Appropriate Development: Local Traditional KnowledgeQuansah, Nat
2004Ethnobotanical and Floristic Research in Belize: Accomplishments, Challenges and Lessons LearnedBalick, Michael J.; O’Brien, Hugh
2004A Review of Recent Molecular Genetics Evidence for Sugarcane Evolution and DomesticationGrivet, Laurent; Daniels, C.; Glaszmann, J.C.; D'Hont, A.
2004Floating, Boating and Introgression: Molecular Techniques and the Ancestry of Coconut Palm Populations on Pacific IslandsHarries, Hugh; Baudouin, Luc; Cardeña, Rolando
2004Genetic Diversity in Taro, and the Preservation of Culinary KnowledgeMatthews, Peter J.
2004Is the Quality of Kava (Piper methysticum Forst. f.) Responsible for Different Geographical Patterns?Lebot, Vincent; Siméoni, Patricia
2004Bananas in New Caledonian Kanak Society: Their Socio-Cultural Value in Relation with their OriginsKagy, Valerie; Carreel, Francoise