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Ethnobotanical Methods. Researchers and Informants in Bolivia. Study of the on-going process of domestication. 1. Informant interviews – especially about desired traits, planting methods, methods of selection for breeding or seed stock. 2. Participation observation
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Ethnobotanical methodsSlide 1

Ethnobotanical Methods

Researchers and Informants in Bolivia

Study of the on going process of domesticationSlide 2

Study of the on-going process of domestication

1. Informant interviews – especially about desired traits, planting methods, methods of selection for breeding or seed stock.

2. Participation observation

3. Collection of native texts

4. Field observations – grain, fruit, or vegetable measurements; altitude, temperature, varietal flowering and maturation rates; mapping locations and distances to fields from farm or village; soil and vegetative analysis of sample fields at various stages of crop-fallow cycle.

PhytoanthropologySlide 3

Phytoanthropology

Phytoanthropology examines the extent of similarities and differences in the responses of various human communities to their plant neighbors, and the reasons for these human responses.

Bo tree ficus religiosaSlide 4

Bo Tree – Ficus religiosa

Silk cotton tree bombax ceibaSlide 5

Silk Cotton Tree – Bombax ceiba

Arrowhead sagittaria sagittifoliaSlide 6

Arrowhead –Sagittaria sagittifolia

Historical ethnobotanySlide 7

Historical Ethnobotany

Hildegard of bingenSlide 8

Hildegard of Bingen

1098 - 1179

Joseph smithSlide 9

Joseph Smith

1805 - 1844

Fertile crescentSlide 10

Fertile Crescent

King assurbanipal 668 626 bceSlide 11

King Assurbanipal – 668-626 BCE

In his garden with Queen and Servants

Babylonian medicineSlide 12

Babylonian Medicine

Datura stramoniumSlide 13

Datura stramonium

Cannabis sativaSlide 14

Cannabis sativa

Mandrake atropa mandragoraSlide 15

Mandrake – Atropa mandragora

Mandrake atropa mandragora1Slide 16

Mandrake – Atropa mandragora

ca. 1474

Water lily nymphaea albaSlide 17

Water lily – Nymphaea alba

Vitis vinifera var pinot noirSlide 18

Vitis vinifera var. Pinot Noir

Opium poppy papaver somniferumSlide 19

Opium poppy – Papaver somniferum

Ergot claviceps purpureaSlide 20

Ergot – Claviceps purpurea

Fly agaric amanita muscariaSlide 21

Fly agaric – Amanita muscaria

Amanita muscaria ornamentsSlide 22

Amanita muscaria ornaments?

Ethnobotanical methodsSlide 23

Sumerian

Headdress

Sun god horus and tuth shenaSlide 24

Sun god Horus and Tuth-Shena


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