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Plants for human consumption

GuМ€nther Kunkel

Plants for human consumption

an annotated checklist of the edible phanerogams and ferns

by GuМ€nther Kunkel

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Published by Koeltz Scientific Books in Koenigstein .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants, Edible,
  • Plants, Edible -- Nomenclature

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. xi-xiv.

    Statementcompiled by G. Kunkel.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK98.5.A1 K86 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 393 p. ;
    Number of Pages393
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2988294M
    ISBN 103874292169
    LC Control Number84241462

    Awareness of medicinal plants usage is a result of the many years of struggles against illnesses due to which man learned to pursue drugs in barks, seeds, fruit bodies, and other parts of the plants. Contemporary science has acknowledged their active action, and it has included in modern pharmacotherapy a range of drugs of plant origin, known. Human beings hunted animals and gathered plants for food long before the formation of permanent settlements. Some of the earliest animals used for food by humans were insects, fish, wild pigs, and deer or antelope. Plants used for food included berries, mushrooms, and various seeds and nuts.


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Plants for Human Consumption: An Annotated Checklist of the Edible Phanerogams and Ferns Hardcover – March 1, by G. Kunkel (Compiler) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1).

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Plants for human consumption by Günther Kunkel,Koeltz Scientific Books edition, in EnglishPages: The present volume includes a series of studies on edible wild plants and their impact on human health.

Today the diet of developed societies is limited to a few cultivated vegetables while the developing countries often lack an adequate supply of micronutrients. Wild plants contain antioxidant, omega-3 fatty acid and micronutrient components that contribute to both a decrease in the risk for.

Plants for human consumption in India. Calcutta: Botanical Survey of India, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B Roy; A C Halder; D C Pal; Botanical Survey of India.

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This book focuses on the challenges and potential remediation methods for a variety of resource factors. The earliest human beings on this planet got their food in two ways: by hunting animals, and by gathering wild plants.

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The consumption of animal products may also be vitally important to many people who live in Asia, where much human population growth in the near future is expected to occur. To meet the challenge of feeding this growing population, it has been argued that, in many areas with relatively adverse environmental conditions, using animals may be Author: Jan Deckers.

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The cultivation of plants for human consumption is thought to have begun _?_ years ago. 1, B. 20, C.D. 11, Plants that produce edible reproductive bodies that usually have a sweet or starchy pulp and are used for human consumption.

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