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- Galabuzi, Charles; Nabanoga, Goretie Nsubuga; Ssegawa, Paul; Obua, Joseph; Eilu, Gerald
- Human ecology 2016 v.44 no.5 pp. 607-616
- antimalarials; collectors; data collection; forest communities; forest reserves; forests; harvesting; interviews; malaria; men; women; Uganda
- ... Globally up to two billion people live without or with limited access to effective malaria treatment. We studied a malaria-vulnerable forest community in Uganda to assess the harvesting protocols of plants used to treat malaria in order to determine their utilization thresholds. Up to 232 people were involved in interviews, focus group discussions, and forest transects walks during data collection ...
- Abizaid, Christian; Coomes, Oliver T.; Perrault-Archambault, Mathilde
- Human ecology 2016 v.44 no.5 pp. 577-594
- biodiversity; crops; domestication; farmers; forest communities; home gardens; kinship; landraces; multivariate analysis; planting; rain forests; rivers; social networks; villages; Peru
- ... Farmer-to-farmer seed transfers are important for plant domestication, the dissemination of improved crops and in building and maintaining agricultural diversity. Seed sharing may be conceptualized as networks through which planting material flows and landraces are disseminated and conserved. To date, research on seed sharing networks has focused on sociograms and network measures to describe thei ...