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eBook The Palm-Tree of Life: Biology, Utilization and Conservation (Advances in Economic Botany Vol. 6) ePub

by Michael J. Balick

  • ISBN: 0893273260
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Michael J. Balick
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: New York Botanical Garden (May 30, 1988)
  • Pages: 282
  • ePub book: 1314 kb
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Advances in Economic Botany. Subjects: Biological Sciences, Botany & Plant Sciences, Science & Mathematics. 1-282 FREE. 1986 (Vol. 3). Systematics and Economic Botany of the "Oenocarpus–Jessenia" (Palmae) Complex 6 October 1986 pp. 1-140 FREE. 2). The Life and Botanical Accomplishments of Boris Alexander Krukoff (1898-1983) 9 June 1986 pp. 1-96 FREE. 1984 (Vol. 1). Ethnobotany in the Neotropics 18 September 1984 pp. i-viii, 1-156 FREE.

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The palm - tree of life: biology, utilization and conservation. Crop biogeography at contact. Peach palm (Bactris gasipaes Kunth)

The palm - tree of life: biology, utilization and conservation. II. Economic Botany 53 (2), 203-216, 1999. Peach palm (Bactris gasipaes Kunth). Promoting the conservation and use of underutilized and neglected crops, 20. J Mora-Urpí, JC Weber, CR Clement.

Native Neotropical oil palms: state of the art and perspectives for Latin America The palm, tree of life: biology, utilization and conservation, Advances in economic botany 6. E Lleras.

Cite this publication. Native Neotropical oil palms: state of the art and perspectives for Latin America The palm, tree of life: biology, utilization and conservation, Advances in economic botany 6. Bearded Indians of the tropical forest: the Asuriní of the Ipiaçaba, notes and observations on the first contact and living together. Alguns aspectos da ergologia Mura-Pirahã. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi.

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Palms play important and often multiple roles in the economies of many tropical and subtropical countries. This collection of twenty-one papers is divided into four sections: a taxonomic overview of palms; the reproductive biology, ecology, and physiology of certain economically useful palms; the utilization of palms; and the conservation of palms. Ethnobotanical and domestication studies of palms are particularly well represented.