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Ethnobotanical studies of Mitchella repens L. (Rubiaceae)

Bette H Beck

Ethnobotanical studies of Mitchella repens L. (Rubiaceae)

by Bette H Beck

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rubiaceae,
  • Ethnobotany,
  • Botany -- Folklore,
  • Plants -- Folklore

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Bette H. Beck
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 229 leaves
    Number of Pages229
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15315384M

    Probably the most comprehensive book on entheogens available in the English language. It reads like a scientific review article—albeit one of pages! The book is not recommended for those wanting a quick introduction into the field of entheogens. One should expect complete pages filled with botanical names and complex chemical names.   An ethnobotanical study was conducted from October to June to investigate the uses of medicinal plants by people in Zegie Peninsula, northwestern Ethiopia. Information was gathered from people: 70 female and males, using semistructured questionnaire. Of which, six were male local healers. The informants, except the healers, were selected randomly and no .

    Mitchella repens, or Partridgeberry have petite shiny green leaves and red berries, that thrive best in deep shade. The Mitchella Repens vine is excellent for coverage in small container gardens. Landscapers do not need to be worried about this plant invading or . Ganders, F.R. (a) Fecundity in distylous and self-incompatible homostylous plants of Mitchella repens (Rubiaceae). Evolution – Evolution – Google ScholarCited by:

    Mitchella repens L. Engl.: squaw vine, checkerberry, deerberry, one-berry, partridge berry, squaw-berry vine, winter-clover. Scientific Name: Mitchella repens: Synonym: Family: Rubiaceae: Common Name: Partidgeberry: Authority: Linnaeus: Etymology: C Value: 8: Wetness: FACU+ # of Species in.


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Ethnobotanical studies of Mitchella repens L. (Rubiaceae) by Bette H Beck Download PDF EPUB FB2

In order to find out the relationship between humans and natural resources and the environment, ethnobiology studies are used [2], one of the main studies is ethnobotany which specifically.

Ethnobotany is a distinct branch of natural science dealing with various aspects such as anthropology, archaeology, botany, ecology, economics, medicine, religious, cultural and several other disciplines.

Ethnobotany is usually defined as anthropological approach to botany. There are several methods of ethnobotanical research and those relevant to medicinal plants are archaeological search in.

Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants Used for the Treatment of Malaria in the Plateau Region, Togo Kodjovi Agbodeka, 1 Holaly E. Gbekley, 1 Simplice D. Karou, 1, 2 Kokou Anani, 1 Amegnona Agbonon, 1 Tchadjobo Tchacondo, 1 Komlan Batawila, 1 Jacques Simpore, 2 and Messanvi Gbeassor 1Cited by: 4.

His chili pepper research has taken him to many parts of Central America, the Amazon, and Andean South America. In addition to his New World field studies, he has conducted research in East Africa and South Africa and has participated in several international meetings on the botany of sub-Saharan by: 3.

Abstract. : Virginius Heber Chase. is a platform for academics to share research papers. Ethnobotanical approach was used to explore the knowledge, diagnosis and treatment practices of diabetes by the Traditional Health Practitioners (THPs).

A guided questionnaire interview was administered to participating THPs who were identified with the help of the local provincial administration officers (Chief) and a social by: project was to use the ethnobotanical survey as an educational tool for bachelor students.

This study is a part of wider survey on current status of medicinal plant knowledge in Bulgaria. Some herbs as Achillea millefolium, Hypericum perforatum, Thymus sp., Melissa officinalis L.

and Origanum vulgare L. are commonly used in Bulgaria. elevation ranging from m.a.s.l. with an average annual rainfall of about mm and the mean maximum temperature ranges between 20o C and 26o C. Our studies focused on the sub-districts Mudhii, Kaachisii, Harbu Guba, Bidaru Gobata, Haroo Berbaboo and Mukadiima.

METHODSFile Size: KB. The predominance of the collection and consumption of species from environments marked and disturbed by human activity, rather than from less disturbed or pristine environments, is a common result in ethnobotanical studies, although few studies mention or discuss this point (e.

[18,24,25]). Many hypotheses can be suggested as being possible Cited by: The bibliography is about items and covers until approximately the yearthe earliest items from the s.

The primary concepts in this knowledge field discourse are IK and indigenous Author: William Hardy Eshbaugh. Ethnobotanical dictionary in which Ethnobotanical use of genera were complied. The Ethnobotanical studies of different tribal localities may lead to find new information on unexploited natural resources as sources of medicine, food etc.

Jain et. Key words: Ethnobotanical study, Medicinal plants, Poonch valley, Phytosociology. INTRODUCTION The history of medicine and surgery dates back perhaps to the origin of the human race.

Use of plants as a source of medicine has been inherited and is an important component of the health care system in different countries of the world.

The Identifi cation of Medicinal Plants A Handbook of the Morphology of Botanicals in Commerce. with about full-time research staff who conduct fi eld studies in dozens of countries every year.

Th e Garden’s mission is “To discover and share knowledge about plants and their environment, in Mitchella repens L. (Partridge berry. Final report (February ): Ethnobotany and ecology of Plants for reproductive health UNESCO (MAB) Young Scientists Research Award (), Gertrude L.

Diame -GHANA 3 Ethnobotanical Studies 29 Ecological Studies 30 Sampling of woody plants Partridgeberry flowers occur in pairs. After fertilization, the two flower ovaries fuse, giving rise to a single red fruit. The two dimples on the fruit reveal its fused nature.

Etymology: Mitchella: for Dr. John Mitchell, Virginian and early correspondent of Linnaeus, and excellent botanist Plants: erect, perennial, 4"" tall, evergreen forb; stems rooting from the nodes forming large mats Leaves: round to oval, stalked, opposite, dark green with a white, center stripe Flowers: white, 4-parted, 1/3"-1/2" long, funnel-shaped, hairy throat, sometimes with 3, 5 or 6.

Development of Ethnobotanical Study The term ethnobotany was for the first time used by Harshberger in Harshberger defined ethnobotany as ‘the use of plants by aboriginal peoples’ yet during the century which has intervened, considerable attention has File Size: 1MB. Edition (Volume 13) JANUARY (Scroll for Succeeding Months) 1 Wound Healing Plants of Jalgaon District of Maharashtra State, India by M.Z.

Chopda and R.T. Mahajan. 33 Measurement of Ethnic Knowledge Associated with Semecarpus anacardium L. fA Rare and Endangered Ethnobotanical Plant of Jharkhand, India by Kaushal Kumar. 40 Medicobotanical Studies in Relation. By Loy R. Phillippe, Published on 09/08/ Recommended Citation Rubiaceae, Mitchella repens, L.

A., West Virginia, Ritchie, Murphy nature rn Author: Loy R. Phillippe. By Tom Clark, Published on 07/12/50Author: Tom Clark.List of Plants C ALPHA-AMYRIN Plant Part Low PPM High PPM StdDev Reference Agrimonia Dr.

Duke's Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases Downloaded Mon May 11 EDT National Agricultural Library. Mitchella repens Plant -- -- * Morus alba Root Bark -- -- * Myrica ceriferaLeaf -- -- *.Naming. Mitchella repens is one of the many species first described by Carl species name is the Latin adjective repens, which means "creeping".Common names for Mitchella repens include partridge berry (or partridgeberry), squaw berry, two-eyed berry, running fox, and Noon kie oo nah yeah (in the Mohawk language).

Description. Partridge berry is an evergreen plant growing as a non Family: Rubiaceae.