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Additional References List 2

This list was kindly lent to us by Klaus Schilder

(snoopy@biozentrum.uni-wuerzburg.de)

Redford, K.H., & Mansour J.A.(eds) 1996. Traditional peoples and

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FRUTALES Y HORTALIZAS PROMISORIOS DE LA AMAZONIA

Promising fruits and vegetables from the Amazon region is a publication

without precedent in the aim to spread useful information about the

Amazon region, carried out by the Pro Tempore Secretariat of the Amazon

Cooperation treaty (ACT) with the technical support of the

FAO/Netherlands project and FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the

Caribbean. This publication was also made possible through funding

by ICRAF, IFAD, UNDP, UNEP, IICA, GTZ and UNAMAZ.

The book presents magnificently illustrated information on 52 species of

native fruits and vegetables from the Amazon region. For each of the 52

species selected there is a summary of its potential development in the

region. The genetic and botanical characteristics of each species are

described, together with their present and potential utilization,

nutritional composition and value, ecology and adptability, availability as

a genetic

resource, methods of propagation and agronomical handling, harvesting and

post-harvesting methods, possibilities of industrialization and potential

markets. Contact addresses of specialized persons and institutions are

given in the publication.

 

Taylor, D. 1996. Herbal Medicine at a Crossroad. Environmental Health

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Vabi, M. 1996. Eliciting community knowledge about uses of trees through

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Webb, G. 1996. Scientists calculate at least 328 new drugs could be

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Wood Sheldon, J., Balick M.J. & S. Laird. in press. Medicinal plants: can

utilization and conservation coexist? Advances in Economic Botany vol 12.

New York Botanical Garden, New York.

World Conservation Monitoring Centre. 1996. Assessing biodiversity status

and sustainability. WCMC, Cambridge.

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FAO Non-Wood Newsletter No. 3

 

To propose publications to be included in this section, send a message to:

non-wood-News@fao.org

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