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  1. Yunnan is rich in fungal diversity and cultural diversity, but there are few researches on ethnomycology. In addition, extensive utilization of wild edible fungi (WEF), especially the ectomycorrhizal fungi, th...

    Authors: Ran Wang, Mariana Herrera, Wenjun Xu, Peng Zhang, Jesús Pérez Moreno, Carlos Colinas and Fuqiang Yu
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:55
  2. Aboriginal peoples have occupied the island continent of Australia for millennia. Over 500 different clan groups or nations with distinctive cultures, beliefs, and languages have learnt to live sustainably and...

    Authors: Gerry Turpin, Edita Ritmejerytė, Joanne Jamie, Darren Crayn and Phurpa Wangchuk
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:54
  3. In recent years, research on wild edible plant resources has become increasingly popular. The Hassan Nature Reserve is a multiethnic area mainly composed of people belonging to the Han, Hui, and Mongolian grou...

    Authors: Xiaohuan Jia, Yongxia Zhao, Yunyue Zhu, Xin Zeng, Xuehui Liang, Jian Xie and Faming Wu
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:53
  4. Mushrooms and lichens are natural therapeutic resources whose millenary importance persists in indigenous and mestizo communities of Mexico. However, in this regard, in the northern part of the country there a...

    Authors: Joshua Anthuan Bautista-González, Adriana Montoya, Robert Bye, Martín Esqueda and María de los Angeles Herrera-Campos
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:52
  5. Measures of the importance of medicinal plants have long been used in ethnobotany and ethnobiology to understand the influence of social-ecological system factors in the formation of individuals’ differential ...

    Authors: Daniel Carvalho Pires Sousa, Washington Soares Ferreira Júnior and Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:51
  6. Some insects are harmful to humans, plants and animals, but some of them can also be a source of proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals and be of therapeutic value. The therapeutic potential requires that medic...

    Authors: Mamadou Ouango, Rahim Romba, Samuel Fogné Drabo, Noufou Ouedraogo and Olivier Gnankiné
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:50
  7. Gongcheng Yao Autonomous County (Gongcheng) is typical for the Yao people in northeastern Guangxi, southern China. The Yao people have a long history of using medicinal plants. In this study, we used ethnobota...

    Authors: Zhaocen Lu, Hailing Chen, Chunrui Lin, Gui Ou, Junsheng Li and Weibin Xu
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:49
  8. The study aimed at documenting the indigenous and local knowledge and use of traditional medicinal plants for treating human and livestock ailments in Dawuro Zone of Ethiopia.

    Authors: Mathewos Agize, Zemede Asfaw, Sileshi Nemomissa and Tizazu Gebre
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:48
  9. Homegardens in Northern Ethiopia received little investigation into the diversity of plants and no study and recording in the Gozamin District. This study was used to fill the gap in how cultural use and cultu...

    Authors: Metsehet Yinebeb, Ermias Lulekal and Tamrat Bekele
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:47
  10. While the hybridization of ecological knowledge has attracted substantial attention from researchers, the coexistence of local and allopathic medicinal traditions in literate societies widely exposed to centra...

    Authors: Olga Belichenko, Valeria Kolosova, Raivo Kalle and Renata Sõukand
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:46
  11. Isolated trees are often planted in agricultural landscapes around the world, but their planting background often remains unclear. In this study, we examined the history of demarcation trees in Ibaraki Prefect...

    Authors: Tokuoka Yoshinori, Kimura Kenichiro and Oka Mitsunori
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:45
  12. The relationship of people with natural resources is guided by different sociocultural, ecological and evolutionary factors. Regarding food plants, it is not different. Studies around the world have evaluated ...

    Authors: Luciana Vitor da Silva Souza, Juracy Marques, Letícia Zenóbia de Oliveira Campos and Ernani Machado de Freitas Lins Neto
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:44
  13. Fruit bats play an important role in pollination and seed dispersal, and their conservation is important to maintain the productivity of some crops and natural ecosystems. The objective of this study was to in...

    Authors: Attaullah, Shahzad Ali, Arshad Javid, Muhammad Imran, Tahir Mehmood Khan, Kendra Phelps and Kevin J. Olival
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:43
  14. The abandonment of mountain areas in Europe is a process that started during industrialisation and whose traces are still present nowadays. Initiatives aimed at stopping this decline and preserving the local b...

    Authors: Michele F. Fontefrancesco, Dauro M. Zocchi, Roberta Cevasco, Rebekka Dossche, Syed Abidullah and Andrea Pieroni
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:42
  15. Evidence suggests that plants can behave intelligently by exhibiting the ability to learn, make associations between environmental cues, engage in complex decisions about resource acquisition, memorize, and ad...

    Authors: Jennifer Khattar, Paco Calvo, Ina Vandebroek, Camilla Pandolfi and Farid Dahdouh-Guebas
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:41
  16. Traditional markets are important trading places for medicinal plants, and researchers performing market surveys often engage in ethnobotanical research to record the herbal plants used locally and any related...

    Authors: Mingshuo Zhang, Haitao Li, Junqi Wang, Maohong Tang, Xiaobo Zhang, Shaohua Yang, Jianqin Liu, Ying Li, Xiulan Huang, Zhiyong Li and Luqi Huang
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:40
  17. Black-boned sheep is a precious genetic resource with black quality traits cultivated by the Pumi people in Tongdian Town, Lanping County, Nujiang Lisu Autonomous Prefecture, Northwest Yunnan, China. It has be...

    Authors: Yanxiao Fan, Zhuo Cheng, Bo Liu, Xian Hu, Maroof Ali and Chunlin Long
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:39
  18. Hunting wild animals is essential for nutrition, clothing, predator control and disease treatment. As part of a system based on food choices and uses, it is influenced by ecological, economic and sociocultural...

    Authors: Jeferson de M. Souza, Ernani M. F. Lins Neto and Felipe S. Ferreira
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:38
  19. The persistence of threatened and protected wildlife depends not only on habitat suitability but also remarkably on local communities’ acceptance. The black-necked crane (Grus nigricollis) is a flagship species f...

    Authors: Yun Ruan, Yalong Li, Yuanping Xia, Tailin Yu and Chuanyin Dai
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:37
  20. Traditional veterinary medicine (TVM) or ethnoveterinary medicine comprises knowledge, practices, and beliefs about farm animals. Its study serves to offer ecologically and culturally appropriate strategies fo...

    Authors: Fernanda Olivares, Carla Marchant and José Tomás Ibarra
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:36
  21. Amputation of the uvula by lay providers, so-called “traditional uvulectomy”, is common in parts of Sub-Saharan Africa. In Tanzania, the procedure is a treatment of persistent cough, and in some areas of the c...

    Authors: Siri Lange and Dorcas Mfaume
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:35
  22. The risk of losing traditional knowledge of medicinal plants and their use and conservation is very high. Documenting knowledge on distribution and use of medicinal plants by different ethnic groups and at spa...

    Authors: Ripu M. Kunwar, Bikash Baral, Sanjeev Luintel, Yadav Uprety, Ram C. Poudel, Binaya Adhikari, Yagya P. Adhikari, Suresh C. Subedi, Chandra K. Subedi, Prakash Poudel, Hem R. Paudel, Basanta Paudel, Laxmi Mahat Kunwar, Kul S. Upadhayaya, Shandesh Bhattarai, Dipesh Pyakurel…
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:34
  23. Wild edible mushrooms (WEM) are economically significant and used in traditional medicines worldwide. The region of Jammu and Kashmir (Western Himalayas) is enriched with the diversity of edible mushrooms, col...

    Authors: Tariq Saiff Ullah, Syeda Sadiqa Firdous, Wayne Thomas Shier, Javeed Hussain, Hamayun Shaheen, Muhammad Usman, Maryam Akram and Abdul Nasir Khalid
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:32
  24. Social–ecological systems are based on particular species and on their direct and human-mediated interactions. The ‘golden humped tench’ or tinca gobba dorata, a variety of tench—Tinca tinca (L., 1758)—traditiona...

    Authors: Alessandro Delpero and Gabriele Volpato
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:31
  25. The Dong people mainly live in Hunan, Guangxi and Guizhou provinces, China, with a long history of glutinous rice cultivation, among which Kam Sweet Rice (KSR) is a group of rice landraces that has been domest...

    Authors: Chunhui Liu, Yanjie Wang, Xiaoding Ma, Di Cui, Bing Han, Dayuan Xue and Longzhi Han
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:30
  26. As a hard-hit area during the COVID-19 pandemic, Belgium knew the highest mortality among people from sub-Saharan African descent, compared to any other group living in the country. After migration, people oft...

    Authors: Emiel De Meyer, Patrick Van Damme, Eduardo de la Peña and Melissa Ceuterick
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:29
  27. Plant resources gathered from the wild are important sources of livelihood needs, especially for low-income populations living in remote areas, who rely on these plants for food, fuelwood, medicine and buildin...

    Authors: Chang-An Guo, Xiao-Yong Ding, Yi-Won Addi, Yu Zhang, Xiao-Qian Zhang, Hui-Fu Zhuang and Yu-Hua Wang
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:28
  28. In the past, wild edible fruits (WEFs) were a significant source of food and nutrition in Bhutan. These nutrient-rich species can enhance food security and alleviate poverty in Bhutan. However, recent developm...

    Authors: Pema Yangdon, Tetsuya Araki, Yen Yen Sally Rahayu and Kunzang Norbu
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:27
  29. Rice field agroecosystems produce food for more than half of the world’s population and deliver important services supporting farmers’ livelihoods. However, traditional rice field agroecosystems are facing a v...

    Authors: Alexander Hollaus, Christoph Schunko, Rainer Weisshaidinger, Poline Bala and Christian R. Vogl
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:26
  30. Traditional fishing communities are strongholds of ethnobiological knowledge but establishing to what degree they harbor cultural consensus about different aspects of this knowledge has been a challenge in man...

    Authors: Vítor Renck, Deborah M. G. Apgaua, David Y. P. Tng, Paride Bollettin, David Ludwig and Charbel N. El-Hani
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:25
  31. Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) has a rich tradition of usage of wild edible mushrooms (WEMs) for culinary and medicinal purposes. But very few studies, restricted to some regions of the Union Terri...

    Authors: Roshi Sharma, Yash Pal Sharma, Sayed Azhar Jawad Hashmi, Sanjeev Kumar and Rajesh Kumar Manhas
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:23
  32. Medicinal plants have been used countless times for curing diseases mainly in developing countries. They are easily available with little to no side effects when compared to modern medicine. This manuscript en...

    Authors: T. B. C. Laldingliani, Nurpen Meitei Thangjam, R. Zomuanawma, Laldingngheti Bawitlung, Anirban Pal and Awadhesh Kumar
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:22
  33. Ethnobiology and ethnomedicine investigate the continuously changing complex and inextricable relations among culture, nature, and health. Since the emergence of modern ethnobiology a few decades ago, its esse...

    Authors: Nataliya Stryamets, Julia Prakofjewa, Giulia Mattalia, Raivo Kalle, Baiba Pruse, Dauro M. Zocchi, Renata Sõukand, Andrea Pieroni and Michele F. Fontefrancesco
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:21
  34. Modern sports equipment is nowadays manufactured industrially according to globally accepted and standardized models, but traditionally tools for play and games were prepared from materials found in the local ...

    Authors: Isak Lidström, Ingvar Svanberg and Sabira Ståhlberg
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:20
  35. The local Dong people in Qiandongnan Prefecture, Guizhou Province, China, with rich biocultural diversity, have developed the traditional rice-duckweed-fish-duck agroecosystem (RDFDA) to support biodiversity c...

    Authors: Jianwu He, Liping Peng, Wei Li, Jin Luo, Qiang Li, Hanyong Zeng, Maroof Ali and Chunlin Long
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:19
  36. Folk plant nomenclature is a part of knowledge of indigenous people often used to distinguish plant species. This study aimed to document the folk botanical nomenclature of the Yi people in Xiaoliangshan, Yunn...

    Authors: Yi-Won Addi, Yu Zhang, Xiao-Yong Ding, Chang-An Guo and Yu-Hua Wang
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:18
  37. Many communities in developing countries rely on ecosystem services (ESs) associated with wild and cultivated plant species. Plant resources provide numerous ESs and goods that support human well-being and sur...

    Authors: Alfred Maroyi
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:17
  38. The traditional knowledge on wild edible plants has been shown in many studies a worrying decline throughout the last few decades. Therefore, the first aim of this study was to document the population knowledg...

    Authors: Ridwane Ghanimi, Ahmed Ouhammou, Abdellah Ahouach and Mohamed Cherkaoui
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:16
  39. The bryophytes are a plant group that is smaller than and not as well known as the vascular plants. They are less used and are almost completely neglected in ethnobotanical studies. Traditional nativity scenes...

    Authors: Marija Bučar, Vedran Šegota, Anja Rimac, Nikola Koletić, Tihana Marić and Antun Alegro
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:15
  40. The wooden bowl is an important symbol of the Tibetan cultures, yet, in China, little has been documented regarding the raw materials used to make these items as well as their cultural significance in Tibet. T...

    Authors: Xiao-Yong Ding, Chang-An Guo, Hua-Bin Hu and Yu-Hua Wang
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:13
  41. Illegal capture and trade of wild birds are some of the most present types of wildlife trade in Brazil, and are often associated with cultural and socioenvironmental aspects. Those habits are particularly pres...

    Authors: Antonio Iderval Sodré Neto, Ricardo Evangelista Fraga and Alexandre Schiavetti
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:12
  42. The cockle is available to numerous fishing villages in Europe, especially Portugal. In the Ria de Aveiro, there is a lack of a fisheries management program and the need for new ecological studies on cockle bi...

    Authors: Heitor O. Braga, Ulisses M. Azeiteiro and Luísa Magalhães
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:11
  43. The growing interest for more natural products in food and health industries has led to increasing research on traditional knowledge related to plants. While theoretical knowledge (TK) on the uses of a species...

    Authors: Janine C. F. Donhouedé, Kolawolé Valère Salako, Kisito Gandji, Rodrigue Idohou, Roméo Tohoun, Achille Hounkpèvi, Natasha Ribeiro, Ana I. Ribeiro-Barros, Romain Glèlè Kakaï and Achille Ephrem Assogbadjo
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:10
  44. The Biebrza Valley is one of the largest complexes of wetlands (floodplain and percolation mire) and conservation sites in Central Europe. Local communities have managed the area extensively for subsistence an...

    Authors: Joanna Sucholas, Zsolt Molnár, Łukasz Łuczaj and Peter Poschlod
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:9
  45. In Burkina Faso, Sudanian savannas are important ecosystems for conservation of plant diversity. Due to desertification and insecurity, population migration from the North has increased human density and anthr...

    Authors: Assétou Nabaloum, Dethardt Goetze, Amadé Ouédraogo, Stefan Porembski and Adjima Thiombiano
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:8
  46. Urban ethnobotanical research in Costa Rica is rather rare and home gardens are poorly studied so far. Investigating their biodiversity is crucial in gathering knowledge on the uses of this particular flora, e...

    Authors: Roxana González-Ball, Tania Bermúdez-Rojas, Marilyn Romero-Vargas and Melissa Ceuterick
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:7
  47. Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) plays a key role in family farming systems in Senegal. It makes an essential contribution to economic, nutritional and food security. Although it is crucial, little is known about how f...

    Authors: Awa Sarr, Amy Bodian, Mame Codou Gueye, Badara Gueye, Ghislain Kanfany, Cyril Diatta, Lardia Ali Bougma, Elisabeth A. M. C. Diop, Ndiaga Cissé, Diaga Diouf and Christian Leclerc
    Citation: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2022 18:6

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