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Bedouin Ethnobotany: Plant Concepts and Uses in a Desert Pastoral World. Ethnobiology Letters
Nemer Narchi
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Ecología Humana
Dry heat, tremendous temperature fluctuations, and the access to and availability of water, are some of the common challenges that humans face in arid and desert ecosystems. Yet, human societies that have lived in these ecosystems lessened these adversities through diverse and ingenious cultural strategies. Regardless of how impressive these strategies are, they would be ineffective without a vast reservoir of knowledge on the utilization of plants and animals.
2013
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Narchi, Nemer E. (2013). Bedouin Ethnobotany: Plant Concepts and Uses in a Desert Pastoral World. Ethnobiology Letters 4: 71-72. http://dx.doi.org/10.14237/ebl.4.2013.14
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