China: A Comparison Of The Wild Food Plant Use Knowledge Of Ethnic Minorities In Naban River Watershed National Nature Reserve, Yunnan, SW China
Abdolbaset Ghorbani, Gerhard Langenberger, and Joachim Sauerborn, 2012
Background: Wild food plants (WFPs) contribute to the nutrition, economy and even cultural identity of people in many parts of the world. Different factors determine the preference and use of WFPs such as abundance, availability, cultural preference, economic...
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