Login

Join for Free!
122587 members
Advertisement
Advertisement

table of contents table of contents

The study discussed ethnobotany of and threats to wild edible plants in …


Home » Biology Articles » Ethnobiology » Ethnobotanical study of wild edible plants in Derashe and Kucha Districts, South Ethiopia » Supplementary Material

Supplementary Material
- Ethnobotanical study of wild edible plants in Derashe and Kucha Districts, South Ethiopia

Additional File 1
Plate a: Kusume women carrying Moringa stenopetala to Gato market place. The picture indicates that gathering and selling of wild plants is a common practice during food shortage.
Additional File 2
Plate b: Cultivated and wild leafy edibles at market place. The illustration shows economic significance of wild plants to cash poor people.
Additional File 3
Plate c: Fire setting (Gamo shrub land). The picture shows potential impact of fire on wild plant diversity.
Additional File 4
Plate d: Damage after fire (Gamo shrub land). The picture shows potential impact of fire on wild plant diversity.
Additional File 5
Plate e: Poles and timber sale at different market places of Derashe district. Selective harvesting of some exceptionally useful plant specie at market places.
Additional File 6
Plate e: Poles and timber sale at different market places of Derashe district. Selective harvesting of some exceptionally useful plant specie at market places.
Additional File 7
Appendix 1 List of wild edible plant species, habit, uses, parts used and habitat distribution. The list presents botanical and vernacular names of wild edible plants, growth forms, habitat distribution, additional uses and parts used.

rating: 0.00 from 0 votes | updated on: 30 Mar 2009 | views: 16656 |

Rate article:







excellent!bad…