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Table 1 Topics analyzed in database for this research

From: Ethnoagroforestry: integration of biocultural diversity for food sovereignty in Mexico

Topic Description Types
 System type It is the classification of types of ethnoagroforestry systems in relation to Moreno-Calles et al. 2013 y 2014. Homegarden, agroforest, long fallow agroforestry, arid and semiarid agroforestry, terrace agroforestry, wetland agroforestry system, agrosilvopastoral system.
 Reference It is the reference to the work, year and author. Papers, book, thesis, databases.
 Place It is the place where the work was done. The information is reported only when it was available in the paper State, municipality, town.
 Cultural group It refers to the name of the group of people originating or name that cultural group that manages the system is reported Mayas, nahuas, mixtecos, mixes, totonacos, triquis, mazatecos, otomies, tzeltales, teenek, chontales, popolucas, zoques, raramurís, tojolabales, tzotziles, tepehuanos, zapotecos, tlahuicas, ixcatecos, rancheros.
 Climate and vegetation type Include the type of climate and associated vegetation when the information was available. Climate: Arid, semiarid, subhumid, template, tropical.
 Local or regional system name It is the local or regionally name of ethnoagroforestry system in the original or in Spanish language. Examples: kuojtakiloyan, te’lom, calmil, ekuaro, kool, tlacolol, metepantle, coaxustle, calal, chinampa, milpa-chichipera, huamil.
 Species number Is the number of species reported in the studies reviewed or calculation from biodiversity inventory. Local level (one community), regional level (two or more communities)
 Native species Is the number of species native to Mexico and the percentage of them according to the percentage of species reported with respect to the identified native species. Native to México
Introduced from other country
 Uses and benefits types The uses are reported in documents consulted and standardized according to a classification of uses for agroforestry systems in plants built Plants uses (17 uses): food, medicinal, ornamental, firewood, fodder, construction, crafts, fibers, toys, envelope, cosmetic, aromatic, tools, resin and latex, colorant, poison, hygiene.
  by Moreno-Calles et al. 2012 and 2013. For animal classification uses and benefits were built in this work. The benefits identified for agriculture, forestry, home economics or the environment are also reported. Plants benefits (19 benefits): habitat or food for useful species, pest control, improving the climate, maintaining of water sources, storage crops, improving soil fertility, soil retention, shadow, windbreak, hurricane protection, fire control, attractor rain, land delimitation, vegetation recovery, environmental indicator, rituals, barter or sale, hedgerow.
Animals uses (8): food, fertilizer, aquaculture, hunting, medicinal, protection, recreative, gift.
Animal benefits (7): melliferous, rituals, work, transport, polination, pest control, barter or sale.
 Main crops It refers to the main crop or crops are reported in the work reviewed. Native maize, beans, pumpkins, coffee, cocoa, pineapple.