A Handbook Of Field And Herbarium Methods
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|Author||: Payel Paul, Sayantan Dhar,Dr. Monoranjan Chowdhury,Dipayan Das|
|Publsiher||: OrangeBooks Publication|
|Total Pages||: 132|
Download Herbarium Technique Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The book describes the detail procedure about preparation of Herbarium sheet. The book describes the actual procedure of plant collection, its preservation to dryness and its framing to a standard size sheet. Introduction of this book will help students of bachelors and masters degree level to learn the actual procedure concerning to the framing of a Herbarium sheet. The book entitles “Herbarium Technique” with a tag line of “Evolution from conventional to digitization” is a shelf explanatory, indicating the book was framed keeping in mind the changes that has taken place since the concept of preserving dry specimens was introduced.
|Author||: Akash,,Navneet,,Bhandari, B.S.|
|Publsiher||: IGI Global|
|Total Pages||: 380|
Download Ethnomedicinal Plant Use and Practice in Traditional Medicine Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Traditional medicinal knowledge, especially the use of ethnomedicinal plants in developing countries, has been passed down for generations. Today, however, scientists are poised to combine traditional medicinal plants and modern drug discoveries to further develop essential products that have followed the leads of indigenous cures used for centuries. Ethnomedicinal Plant Use and Practice in Traditional Medicine provides emerging research exploring the theoretical and practical aspects of indigenous knowledge and therapeutic potential within ethnobotany. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as drug discovery, traditional knowledge, and herbal medicine, this book is ideally designed for doctors, healers, medical professionals, ethnobotanists, naturalists, academicians, researchers, and students interested in current research on the medical use and applications of natural-based resources.
|Author||: Gary J. Martin|
|Total Pages||: 296|
Download Ethnobotany Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Ethnoecology has blossomed in recent years into an important science because of the realization that the vast body of knowledge contained in both indigenous and folk cultures is being rapidly lost as natural ecosystems and cultures are being destroyed by the encroachment of development. Ethnobotany and ethnozoology both began largely with direct observations about the ways in which people used plants and animals and consisted mainly of the compilation of lists. Recently, these subjects have adopted a much more scientific and quantitative methodology and have studied the ways in which people manage their environment and, as a consequence, have used a much more ecological approach. This manual of ethnobotanical methodology will become an essential tool for all ethnobiologists and ethnoecologists. It fills a significant gap in the literature and I only wish it had been available some years previously so that I could have given it to many of my students. I shall certainly recommend it to any future students who are interested in ethnoecology. I particularly like the sympathetic approach to local peoples which pervades this book. It is one which encourages the ethnobotanical work by both the local people themselves and by academically trained researchers. A study of this book will avoid many of the arrogant approaches of the past and encourage a fair deal for any group which is being studied. This manual promotes both the involvement oflocal people and the return to them of knowledge which has been studied by outsiders.
|Author||: A.K. Jain|
|Publsiher||: Scientific Publishers|
|Total Pages||: 335|
Download Indian Ethnobotany Emerging Trends Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Currently ethnobotany has been a subject of wide interest for research in developing and developed countries. The book has been dedicated to the doyen of Indian ethnobiology, Dr. S.K. Jain, FNA, popularly known as 'Father of Indian Ethnobotany'. The book comprises very important articles written by notable ethnobiologists/ botanists on different aspects of ethnobotany. The book would certainly be useful to the students, researchers and teachers working on various aspects of ethnobotany and helpful to various pharmaceutical industries in exploring plants for preparation of new drugs.
|Author||: Joystu Dutta,Srijan Goswami,Abhijit Mitra|
|Publsiher||: CRC Press|
|Total Pages||: 442|
Download Multidimensional Approaches to Impacts of Changing Environment on Human Health Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The book discusses the indispensable connection between the environment and health via all possible aspects, focussing on human interactions with the environment. The multi-dimensional field of environmental and human health perspectives with emerging issues and current trends is illustrated through supporting case studies, reviews, research reports and examples. It also covers crucial areas of research such as vector control in a tropical climate, influence of climate change on human health and so forth, including proliferation of microbial diseases. Environmental, health and safety guidelines are discussed as well. Aimed at graduate students and researchers in environmental and medical sciences, health and safety, and ecology, this book Highlights interdisciplinary aspects of environmental changes and associated health risks Explains different aspects of environmental pollution and health risks Includes dedicated chapters on global epidemics and biomedical and municipal waste Contains case studies pertaining to different health and safety issues.