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- Sargın, Seyid Ahmet; Akçicek, Ekrem; Selvi, Selami
- Journal of ethnopharmacology 2013 v.150 no.3 pp. 860-874
- Anethum graveolens; Elymus repens; Euphorbia; Fabaceae; Hyoscyamus niger; Hypericum perforatum; Juglans regia; Matricaria chamomilla; Origanum onites; Paliurus; Prunus avium; Rosa canina; Salvia; Silybum marianum; Tilia tomentosa; Urtica urens; Viscum album; cholesterol; common names; diabetes; disease prevention; health services; kidneys; medicinal plants; people; respiratory tract diseases; sociodemographic characteristics
- ... ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE: This paper represents the first large-scale ethnobotanical study in the Alaşehir and its surrounding (Manisa/Turkey). There are scarcely any studies for using plants. There is urgency in recording such data. This is the first ethnobotanical study in which statistical calculations about plants are done by ICF (Informant Consensus Factor) method. This study aimed to i ...
- Brombacher, Christoph; Hecker, Dominique
- Vegetation history and archaeobotany 2015 v.24 no.2 pp. 331-342
- Anethum graveolens; Apium graveolens; Avena sativa; Cannabis sativa; Coriandrum sativum; Dipsacus; Hordeum vulgare subsp. vulgare; Juglans regia; Lens culinaris; Linum usitatissimum; Malus; Panicum miliaceum; Pisum sativum; Prunus domestica; Reseda; Secale cereale; Setaria italica; Triticum aestivum; Vicia faba; Xanthium strumarium; calcareous soils; carding; crops; dyeing; gardens; habitats; landscapes; legumes; meadows; millets; mountains; orchards; pastures; sediments; spices; vegetables; wild plants; France; Germany; Switzerland
- ... There have been only a few archaeobotanical investigations of early medieval sites in Switzerland (5th–7th century AD) until now. Recent archaeobotanical studies of plant macroremains from three Merovingian settlements in the Canton du Jura, northwest Switzerland, have added to our knowledge of past landscapes, agriculture and food. One was located within an intra-Jurassic basin while the others w ...