Definition of Ethnobotanists

1. Noun. (plural of ethnobotanist) ¹



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Definition of Ethnobotanists

1. ethnobotanist [n] - See also: ethnobotanist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ethnobotanists

ethnicon
ethnics
ethnika
ethnikon
ethno-
ethno-neutral
ethnoarchaeological
ethnoarchaeologist
ethnoarchaeology
ethnoastronomy
ethnobotanical
ethnobotanically
ethnobotanicals
ethnobotanies
ethnobotanist
ethnobotanists (current term)
ethnobotany
ethnoburb
ethnoburbs
ethnocentric
ethnocentrically
ethnocentricities
ethnocentricity
ethnocentrism
ethnocentrisms
ethnocidal
ethnocide
ethnocides
ethnocracies
ethnocracy

Literary usage of Ethnobotanists

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Ethnobotany and Medicinal Plants: Bibliography: January 1990-June 1991 by Susan A. McCarthy (1993)
"Lucknow : Society of ethnobotanists, Central Institute of Medicinal & Aromatic Plants, [1982?]. 49 p. ; 28 cm. Language: English Descriptors: India; ..."

2. Investing in Biological Diversity: The Cairns Conference : Proceedings of by OECD Staff (1997)
"3) Commercial Non-extractive: This category is dominated by the activities of ethnobotanists and ..."

3. Lore: Capturing Traditional Environmental Knowledgeby Martha Charlton Johnson by Martha Charlton Johnson (1992)
"Information on how TEK is acquired, used, and passed on has been documented for at least five decades by cultural ecologists, ethnobotanists, ..."

4. Conservation and Development of Nontimber Forest Products in the Pacific edited by Bettina Von Hagen, James F. Weigand, Rebecca McLain, Roger Fight (1998)
"By linking indigenous societies to the outside world, ethnobotanists have incurred an obligation to local peoples to ensure that they receive compensation ..."

5. Managing Natural Resources for Sustainable Livelihoods: Uniting Science and by Barry Pound (2003)
"... sociologists, ethnobotanists, agronomists, ecologists and populations geneticists, often in collaboration with farmers and extension workers. ..."

6. Biodiplomacy: Genetic Resources and International Relations edited by Vincente Sanchez (1995)
"For example, ethnobotanists transfer knowledge from traditional healers to pharmaceutical firms. The IPRs go to the firm, not to the healer. ..."

7. Alternative Medicine: Expanding Medical Horizons by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Today only a handful of active full- time ethnobotanists are trained to catalog information on the medicinal properties of plants. In contrast to the United ..."

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