2 edition of Ethnobotanical Laboratory at the University of Michigan found in the catalog.
Ethnobotanical Laboratory at the University of Michigan
Melvin R. Gilmore
Consists of reprints of articles published in the American anthropologist, v. 34, no. 2, and of papers delivered at the Anthropological section of the American association of the advancement of science, Cleveland, 1930, New Orleans, 1931.
|Statement||by Melvin R. Gilmore.|
|Series||Occasional contributions from the Museum of Anthropology of the University of Michigan -- no. 1|
|LC Classifications||GN2 .M53 no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
Isabella Aiona Abbott (J – Octo ) was an educator and ethnobotanist from first native Hawaiian woman to receive a PhD in Alma mater: Kamehameha Schools, University of . Second, we discuss a range of CNS-active medicinal plants that have been recently examined in the field, laboratory or clinic following ethnobotanical leads. Our hope is that readers of this review will develop an appreciation for the importance of ethnobotany, “the science of survival” (Prance et al., ).Cited by:
University of Michigan, Laboratory of Ethnobotany, USA: Useful Wild Plants Home Page. The multi-volume work titled The Useful Wild Plants of Texas, the Southeastern and Southwestern United States, the Southern Plains, and Northern Mexico is the definitive economic botany study for the southern half of the United States and northern Mexico. Abbott, W.S. (). A method of computing the effectiveness of insecticides. Journal of Economic Entomology, 18,
In the forward, Richard Ford, of the Ethnobotanical Laboratory at the University of Michigan, describes these volumes as “the largest taxonomi-cally reliable medicinal reference guide to Native American medicinal plants ever published” (viii). Indeed, Moerman prese entries encompassing species of plants. The School for Advanced Research, a (c)(3) not-for-profit educational institution, was established in to advance innovative social science and Native American art. Its acre residential campus is located on the historic east side of Santa Fe, New Mexico, the nation’s oldest capital city.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gilmore, Melvin R. (Melvin Randolph), Ethnobotanical laboratory at the University of Michigan. More information on the database and its importance in ethnobotanical research. Museum of Anthropological Archaeology School of Education Building E. University Avenue Ann Arbor, Michigan The definitive book for identifying the rich diversity of plant life throughout the Great Lakes coastal areas.
Add Paper for "The Ethnobotanical Laboratory at the University of Michigan" to Cart: Michigan Shrubs and Vines. University of Michigan Press Greene Street Ann Arbor, MI The Ethnobotanical Laboratory at the University of Michigan, developed by Gilmore and his assistant and eventual successor Volney Jones, is still unique for its extensive collection of archaeological and systematic comparative wood, seeds, and plant parts from around the world, and for its ethnographic examples of how traditional cultures.
View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "The Ethnobotanical Laboratory at the University of Michigan" 2. Soknopaiou Nesos: The University of Michigan Excavations at Dimê in For further information about the Ethnobotanical Laboratory, see "The Ethnobotanical Laboratory at the University of Michigan" by Gilmore, published as University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology Occasional Contributions, no.
1, as well as the Volney H. Jones Papers. ethnobotanical studies can be conducted in a botanical, archaeological, linguistics or. computer laboratory or in a herbarium (wher e plant specimens are identiﬁed and stored as.
records), most. Richard Ford received his B.A. () from Oberlin College and his M.A. () and Ph.D. () from the University of Michigan. He joined the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology and Department of Anthropology in as Assistant Curator of Ethnology and Director of the Ethnobotany Laboratory and Assistant Professor of Anthropology.
“Reanalysis of Cucurbits in the Ethnobotanical Laboratory, University of Michigan”, in Eric E. Voigt and Deborah M. Pearsall, eds. New World Paleoethnobotany The Missouri Archaeologist 47. Ethnobotany is quintessentially interdisciplinary, involving knowledge and use of plants and their ecology in the context of their cultural, social and economic significance.
Ethnobotany is the study of the interrelationship between people and plants, historically and cross-culturally, particularly the role of plants in human culture and. For further information about the Ethnobotanical Laboratory, see "The Ethnobotanical Laboratory at the University of Michigan" by Melvin R.
Gilmore, published as University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology Occasional Contributions, no. 1, as well as the Melvin R. Reanalysis of Cucurbits in the Ethnobotanical Laboratory, University of Michigan. Missouri Archaeologist Fritz, G. Precolumbian Cucurbita argyrosperma ssp. argyrosperma (Cucurbitaceae) in the Eastern Woodlands of North America.
Economic Botany Heiser, C. Jean Langeheim Thimann Laboratory University of California Santa Cruz, CA () Dr. Richard Ford Anthropology Department University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI () Graduate Programs in Ethnobotany & Undergraduate Studies in Ethnobotany.
Ethnobotanical Laboratory Report; Series Number 1; Publisher Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI) Document Type book Language English.
National Honor Society of Forest Resource Management and elected Vice President, University of Michigan Chapter (). Michigan Veteran’s Trust Fund Fellowship (). Full support of undergraduate study. Additional Funding. Undergraduate. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Melvin R.
Gilmore (Gilmore, Melvin R. (Melvin Randolph), ) Books from the extended shelves: Gilmore, Melvin R. (Melvin Randolph), The ethnobotanical laboratory at the University of Michigan. (Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan Press, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Gilmore, Melvin R.
(Melvin Randolph), Plant. Cucurbita spp. rind is a common constituent of plant remain assemblages from the central Mississippian drainage by B.C. (Fritz ; King ). The Modern Plants and Their Distributions The Cucurbitaceae family is primarily tropical and sub-tropical in distribution and contains several taxa with fruits (pepos) that are economically.
This book is The Missouri Archaeologist, Vol. 47, December, It contains eleven articles written to honor avocational archaeologist, Leonard Blake: "A Dedication to Leonard Blake," by Carl Chapman (10 pages.) "Reanalysis of Cucurbits in Ethnobotanical Laboratory, Seller Rating: % positive.
11 lithographs: commemorating the th year of the University of Michigan. [Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Alumni Association. MLA Citation. Weddige, Emil. 11 lithographs: commemorating the th year of the University of Michigan / by Emil Weddige University of. James A.
Duke (4 April – 10 December ) was an American botanist. He was the author of numerous publications on botanical medicine, including the CRC Handbook of Medicinal was well known for his bestseller, The Green Pharmacy. He developed the Dr. Duke's Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases at the USDA.
Uses of Plants by the Indians of the Missouri River Region (ISBN: / ) Gilmore, Melvin R., University of Nebraska Press,p, trade .Botany Ethnobotany Ethnobotany - Methodology Ethnobotany/ Methodology Ethopharmacology Ethopharmacology/ Methodology Nature / Environmental Conservation & Protection Plants, Useful Science / Life Sciences / Ecology Social Science / Sociology of Religion Technology & Engineering / Civil / General: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.After graduating inBohrer worked as a naturalist and continued her work at the Ethnobotanical Laboratory at the University of Michigan.
For three years, she was the Assistant Curator of Ethnology at the Museum of New Mexico, and briefly taught at Hanover College in Indiana/5().