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Ethnobotany of Maher Tribe

 
Bhupendrasinh Ajitsinh Jadeja (Author) Nathabhai K. Odedra (Author)
Synopsis

This book is detailed and updated ethnobotanic study among the Maher. Unlike a large majority of ethnobotanical researches who confine themselves either to ethnomedicine or to one or more socia-economic aspects in their works, the present manual seals with almost all aspects of ethnobotany Besides informatino on the land and the people ans ethnobotanical uses of 334 plantsindices to Highlihhts on Maher concept od taxonomy, conservation, biodiversity and the basic Maher ethos that shape and regulate these concepts make this a qusiinterdisciplinary study. This approach throws light on the Maher plant-use strategy vis-a - vis the environmental and conservation aspects of plant resources management.

This book also, focuse on the urgent need for concerted efforts to preserve the fast degreding ethnobotanic knowledge of aboriginal people in their owparticular environment.

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About the authors

Bhupendrasinh Ajitsinh Jadeja

Bhupendrasinh Ajitsinh Jadeja was bron in Dhrafa village, Gujarat on 16th Jan.1969. He got his Master's deegree with Gold Medal from study of Angiospems of Barda Hills of Gujarat' from the as a faculty member in M.D.Sciemce College, Probandar, Dt. 15/11/1991 and sine then he is actively associlated with teaching and research.

Nathabhai K. Odedra

He got his master degree from Gujarat University in Environmental biology as speciallized subject in 1991 he achived Ph.D. degree in 2009 from present manual seals with almost all aspects of ethnobotany Besides informatino on the land and the people ans ethnobotanical uses of 334 plantsindices to Highlihhts on Maher concept od taxonomy, conservation, biodiversity and the basic Maher ethos that shape and regulate these concepts make this a qusiinterdisciplinary study tribes and condervation research.

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Bibliographic information

Title Ethnobotany of Maher Tribe
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2013
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789350531686
length vi+485p., Illustrations; Map; 22cm.