2 edition of Useful plants of Brazil [by] Walter B. Mors and Carlos T. Rizzini. found in the catalog.
Useful plants of Brazil [by] Walter B. Mors and Carlos T. Rizzini.
Walter B Mors
|LC Classifications||SB108 B8 M6 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||166|
ATHENS, GA USA Unlike many books that deal with historical use of medicinal plants, Memory Wisdom and Healing is not a simple listing of folk remedies but instead is a richly contextualized and detailed portrait of a rural peoples' Medicinal Plants of Brazil. Mors, Walter B., Carlos interaction with plants and medicine. “Brazil” by Michael Palin, Phoenix paperback, pages, The book describes 73 days of visiting various parts of Brazil. I have scanned just a few selected pages. Due to OCR, some errors may be present. The yellow highlights are my own emphasis. Martin Hepperle, December
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Edited by Robert A. DeFilipps, Algonac (MI, USA). Reference Publications. Medicinal Plants of the World No. 6, pp Appendices, indices, numerous botanical line drawings. ISBN US $60 (hardcover). Results. A total of 63 useful plants was recorded from the Catalogue and a further 30 from Gardner׳s book Travels in the Interior of Brazil (Gardner, ).Of the recorded names in the Catalogue, 46 (73%) could be identified to species by consulting specimens collected by Gardner and held at -six different traditional uses were registered for the identified plants, the most common Cited by: Medicinal Plants of Brazil By Walter B.
Mors, Carlos Toledo Rizzini, and Nuno Alvares Pereira (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro [Mors, Pereira], Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden [Rizzini]). Reference Publications, Inc., Algonac, MI.
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Data about Brazilian plants were obtained from six editions of the book Formulary and Medical Guide (Formulário e Guia Médico), published in, and Medicinal Plants of Brazil By Walter B. Mors, Carlos Toledo Rizzini, and Nuno Alvares Pereira (Feder September Journal of Natural Products J.
Miller. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mors, Walter B. Medicinal plants of Brazil. Algonac, Mich.: Reference Publications, © (OCoLC) 6. Plants first cultivated in South and Central America were rapidly transplanted to Europe by European explorers.
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