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1. The branch of ethnobiology that studies the plant lore and agricultural customs of a people.
2. The study of such lore and customs.

eth′no·bo·tan′i·cal (-bə-tăn′ĭ-kəl) adj.
eth′no·bo·tan′i·cal·ly adv.
eth′no·bot′a·nist n.


pertaining to ethnobotany
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The study involved elderly men and women who are more familiar with the ethnobotanical uses of plants as well as herbalists who are inclined in the aspect of plant and their properties.
Akhondi, An ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used by indigenous people in Zangelanlo district, Northeast Iran, Journal of Medicinal Plant Research, 6, 749 (2012).
There are any number of other herbs in the ethnobotanical literature that may have some therapeutic application that will be included.
Part of the five volume "Ethnobotany of India" series from Apple Academic Press, "Ethnobotany of India: Western and Central Himalayas" covers the ethnobotanical aspects of many plants of the region.
The horticultural grouping demonstrates the contribution and potential of endemic flora to industry, while the ethnobotanical grouping shares some of the traditional knowledge of Indigenous Australians.
ethnobotanical data); and (2) on ex situ/in situ conservation, thanks to seeds/propagules contained within specimens that can be used in germination experiments or even in recovery programs for threatened species.
Following MAPS's progress closely, The Eugene Center for Ethnobotanical Studies (ECfES.
There is no authentic floristic and ethnobotanical data on plants of Kalash valley, therefore, the present study can provide 1st ever record and first hand information specifically on the grasses and their potential use in historical Kalash valley.
Contract notice: The ethnobotanical survey will be carried out with people of Germanic origin to collect garden memories as part of the creation of an 11th garden which will be Germanic at the Mosac park located in Houplin Ancoisne
An ethnobotanical survey was conducted in February, March, April and May 2014 with the population of Er-Rich circle using 150 questionnaires.
Ethnobotanical studies on plant resources of Ranyal Hills, District Shangla, Pakistan.
The ethnobotanical brand, which combines marijuana with many of the same plants used for healing in Chinese medicines and teas like peony, magnolia and corydalis, offers chocolates specifically designed to help with sleep, relaxation and energy.