6 edition of Economic Botany found in the catalog.
October 1, 1994
by McGraw-Hill Companies
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||684|
The strength of this book is that it is written by someone who has spent a lifetime devoted to the science of economic botany. The author has brought together his vast experience in the field in Africa with his studies of arid land plants at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Buy Economic Botany: Plants in Our World 3rd edition () by Beryl Simpson and Molly Ogorzaly for up to 90% off at jydrescueteam.com Edition: 3rd
NOTE: This listing is not being maintained. The contents are being migrated to the Herbarium Library catalog. Economic Botany (Edible, Herbal, Medicinal and Useful Plants; Ethnobotany). Joint Conference of the Society for Economic Botany and the International Society for Ethnopharmacology (, London, England). Plants for food and medicine: proceedings of the joint conference of the Society for Economic Botany and the International Society for Ethnopharmacology, London, July Editors, N. L. Etkin and others.
Simply put, Economic Botany is the interaction of people with plants. Economic botany is closely related to the field of ethnobotany—that word is based on two Greek roots: ethnos (race: people: cultural group) and botanikos (of herbs) and can mean the plant lore of a race or people as well as the study of that lore. Kew's Economic Botany Collection illustrates the extent of human use of plants around the world and also includes specimens of fungi. The huge variety of objects includes artefacts made from plants as well as raw plant materials, such as wood samples. Uses range from food, medicine and utensils, to social activities and clothing.
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Jan 01, · Enough general botany is provided to orient readers to parts of the plants discussed, and their mechanisms of function.
Unlike other texts on economic botany, this text discusses molecular methods in the study and alteration of crop plants/5. Each year at the annual meeting of the Society for Economic Botany the Mary W.
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Book Source: Digital Library of India Item jydrescueteam.com: Hill,albert F. The significance of major plant species under each category is described in detail. Illustrated with numerous well-labelled line diagrams and pictures, this book will be useful for students of botany, food and nutrition, forestry, agriculture, horticulture, plant breeding and environmental science.
Economic botany is the study of the relationship between people (individuals and cultures) and plants. Economic botany intersects many fields including established disciplines such as agronomy, anthropology, archaeology, chemistry, economics, ethnobotany, ethnology, forestry, genetic resources, geography, geology, horticulture, medicine, microbiology, nutrition, pharmacognosy, and pharmacology.
About the Journal ECONOMIC BOTANY. Economic Botany is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal of the Society for Economic Botany that publishes original Research Articles, Notes on Economic Plants, Review Articles, and Book Reviews on a wide range of topics dealing with the utilization of plants by people.
Economic Botany specializes in scientific articles that address the botany, history. This highly acclaimed text is aimed at students pursuing diploma, degree and post-graduation in Agriculture, Horticulture and Botany. It can be used both as a main text and a major reference work.
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Economic Botany book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Written for the introductory-level course in Economic Botany, this edition /5.
The strength of this book is that it is written by someone who has spent a lifetime devoted to the science of economic botany. The author has brought together his vast experience in the field in Africa with his studies of arid land plants at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
The result is an informative and reliable text that covers a vast range of jydrescueteam.coms: 1. Economic Botany Lecture Notes. The objective of this note is to provide a knowledge of basic botany, teach specific information about economically important plants, and instill skills in critically researching a topic on an economically important plant.
Text book of Economic botany. December Vinay Sharma. Citations (4) References (0) Physicochemical Characterization of Geophytes Soil Habits in Sidi Bel Abbes area (Algeria, NW) Article. Economic Botany: Principles and Practices by Wickens, G.E.
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Economic Botany: Plants in Our World. By Beryl B. Simpson and Molly Conner-Ogorzaly Article (PDF Available) in Brittonia 38(3) · July with 2, Reads.Our Economic Botany Collection illustrates the extent of human use of plants around the world and also includes specimens of fungi.
The huge variety of objects includes artefacts made from plants as well as raw plant materials, such as wood samples. Uses range from food, medicine and utensils, to social activities and clothing.About this book.
Economic Botany offers an up-to-date account of important crops grown worldwide. It provides detailed discussion on the history of plant exploration, migration, domestication and distribution, and crop improvement.