THEORIES AND MAJOR HYPOTHESES IN ETHNOBOTANY: CULTURAL KEYSTONE SPECIES, UTILITARIAN REDUNDANCY, ETHNOBOTANY OF THE SHIPIBO-KONIBO, AND EFFECTS OF HARVEST ON AYAHUASCA

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2019
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Coe, Michael
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Botany, Ecology, Biocultural Conservation, Cultural Keystone Species, Ethnobotanical Theory, Shipibo-Konibo, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Utilitarian Redundancy Model
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