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Table 1 Studies analyzed, studied region, and type of resource

From: Evidence of the shifting baseline syndrome in ethnobotanical research

Reference Studied region Resource
Albino-García et al. [23] Puebla, Mexico weeds
Albuquerque et al. [24] Northeastern Brazil medicinal plants
Almeida et al. [25] Northeastern Brazil medicinal plants
Almeida et al. [26] Northeastern Brazil medicinal plants
Awas et al. [27] Blue Nile, Ethiopia useful plants
Ayantunde et al. [28] Southwestern Niger herbaceous and woody plants
Badshah and Hussain [29] Pakistan medicinal plants
Balslev et al. [30] Peruvian Amazon uses of one species
Bognounou et al. [31] Burkina Faso uses of five species
Brosi et al. [32] Pohnpei, Micronesia plants used for canoe building
Caniago and Siebert [33] West Kalimantan, Indonesia medicinal plants
Carbajal-Esquivel [34] San Luis Potosí, Mexico food plants
Case et al. [35] Papua New Guinea useful plants, with medicinal emphasis
Cilia-Lopez et al. [36] San Luis Potosí, Guanajuato, Querétaro, Mexico uses of one species
Cruz-García [37] Western Ghats, India wild food plants
De Beer and Van Wyk [38] Northern Cape Province, Southern Africa useful plants
De Caluwé et al. [39] Northern Benin uses of one species
Della et al. [40] Cyprus wild food plants
Eilu et al. [41] Tororo, Uganda indigenous plants
Esser et al. [42] Ethiopia uses of one species
Estomba et al. [43] Patagonia, Argentina medicinal plants
Estrada-Castillón et al. [44] Sierra Madre Oriental, Mexico medicinal plants
Figueiredo et al. [45] Sepetiba Bay, Brazil medicinal plants
Flatie et al. [46] Assosa Zone, Ethiopia medicinal plants
Franco and Barros [47] North/Northeastern Brazil medicinal plants
Ghorbani et al. [48] Yunnan, China wild food plant
Giday et al. [49] Southwest Ethiopia medicinal plants
Giday et al. [50] Meinit-Goldya, Ethiopia medicinal plants
Giday et al. [51] Southwest Ethiopia medicinal plants
González et al. [1922] Spain medicinal, cosmetic, repellent and edible plants
Hanazaki et al. [52] Southeast Brazil useful plants
Houessou et al. [53] Benin uses of one species
Idolo et al. [54] Italian Apennines useful plants
Karunamoorthi and Husen [55] Oromia, Ethiopia repellent plants
Karunamoorthi et al. [56] Ethiopia repellent plants
Karunamoorthi et al. [57] Kofe Kebele, Ethiopia repellent plants
Kristensen and Balslev [58] Nazinga Game Ranch, Burkina Faso woody plants
Kristensen and Lykke [59] Burkina Faso woody plants
Lacuna-Richman [60] Leyte Island, Philippines non-timber forest resources
Ladio [61] Patagonia, Argentina wild edible plants
Ladio and Lozada [62] Patagonia, Argentina wild edible plants
Lee et al. [63] Micronesia food plants, plants for fish poison and canoes
Lima et al. [64] Central Brazil native trees
Lins Neto et al. [65] Northeast of Brazil uses of one species
Luziatelli et al. [66] Junín, Peru medicinal plants
Lykke et al. [67] Burkina Faso woody plants
Lyon and Hardesty [68] Madagascar medicinal plants
Martínez and Lujan [69] Central Argentina veterinary plants
Matavele and Habib [70] Mozambique medicinal plants
Mathez-Stiefel et al. [71] Bolivia and Peru medicinal plants
Mcmillen [72] Tanga, Tanzania medicinal plants
Merétika et al. [73] Southern Brazil medicinal plants
Miranda et al. [74] Southeast Brazil useful plants
Monteiro et al. [75] Northeastern Brazil uses of two species
Olowa et al. [76] Phillipines medicinal plants
Panghal et al. [77] India medicinal plants
Phillips and Gentry [78] Madre de Dios, Peru useful plants
Polo et al. [79] Spain uses of one species
Quave et al. [80] Southern Italy medicinal plants for dermatological problems
Quinlan and Quinlan [81] Dominica medicinal plants
Ramos et al. [82] Northeastern Brazil fuelwood
Rana et al. [83] India wild edible plants
Sarper et al. [84] Turkey wild plants
Schunko et al. [85] Austria wild plants
Seid and Tsegay [86] South Wollo, Ethiopia medicinal plants
Silva and Proença [87] Central Brazil medicinal plants
Silva et al. [88] Northeastern Brazil medicinal plants
Silva et al. [89] Northern Brazil fruits and plants
Simsek et al. [90] Turkey wild plants
Smith-Oka [91] Veracruz, Mexico medicinal plants
Sop et al. [92] Burkina Faso woody plants
Srithi et al. [93] Thailand medicinal plants
Srithi et al. [94] Northern Thailand medicinal plants
Stave et al. [95] Turkana, Kenya woody plants
Tabuti et al. [96] Uganda medicinal plants
Tanaka et al. [97] United States medicinal plants
Teklehaymanot [98] Dek Island, Ethiopia medicinal plants
Terer et al. [99] Kenya uses of one species
Toledo et al. [100] Central Argentina medicinal plants
Uprety et al. [101] Nepal wild edible plants
Voeks and Leony [102] Northeastern Brazil medicinal plants
Yineger and Yewhalaw [103] Ethiopia medicinal plants
Yineger et al. [104] Jimma Zone, Ethiopia medicinal plants
Zuchiwschi et al. [105] Southern Brazil woody plants