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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 methods
Ethnobotanical Methods

Researchers and Informants in Bolivia

study of the on going process of domestication
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.

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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.

joseph smith
Joseph Smith

1805 - 1844

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King Assurbanipal – 668-626 BCE

In his garden with Queen and Servants

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