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From: Prioritization and selection of high fuelwood producing plant species at Boset District, Central Ethiopia: an ethnobotanical approach

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source of income generated from firewood collection and/or charcoal making; c informants’ main livelihoods; d) informants’ source of energy for cooking, heating and lighting purposes; e informants’ number of years of experience in firewood collection &/or charcoal making; and f informants age. Solid regression line in b, f illustrates model predictions for sampled Kebeles and informants’ age and the broken lines indicate 95% confidence interval. The horizontal line inside each Boxplot (a, ce) shows the median; crossbar indicates the mean; broken lines outside each boxplot demonstrate the whiskers and the dots are the outliers. Numbers (1–9) in c shows: (1) farmers; (2) farmers, firewood collector and charcoal producer; (3) farmers and firewood collector; (4) farmers and pastoralists; (5) farmers, gum and resin collector; (6) farmers, pastoralist and firewood collector; (7) pastoralist, firewood collector and charcoal maker; (8) farmers, pastoralists, employer, firewood collector and charcoal producer; and (9) farmers, pastoralist, employer and firewood collector. Numbers (1–14) in d indicates: (1) electric; (2) electric and firewood; (3). firewood; (4). charcoal and firewood; (5) firewood and animal manure; (6) electric, charcoal and firewood; (7) animal manure; (8) electric, firewood and animal manure; (9) electric, charcoal, firewood and animal manure; (10) electric, charcoal, firewood, crop residue and animal manure; (11) charcoal, firewood, kerosene, crop residue and animal manure; (12) charcoal, firewood, solar energy, crop residue and animal manure; (13) electric, charcoal, firewood, kerosene, crop residue and animal manure; and (14) charcoal, firewood, kerosene, solar energy, crop residue and animal manure

Predicted GLM on selection of high fuelwood producing species at Boset District: a among sampled Kebeles; b informants’

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