2 edition of Oil plants in Ethiopia, their taxonomy and agricultural significance found in the catalog.
Oil plants in Ethiopia, their taxonomy and agricultural significance
C. J. P. Seegeler
|Series||Agricultural research reports ;, 921, Verslagen van landbouwkundige onderzoekingen ;, 921.|
|Contributions||Addis Ababa University. College of Agriculture., Landbouwhogeschool Wageningen.|
|LC Classifications||S239 .A37 no. 921, SB298.5.E8 .A37 no. 921|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||86125228|
Ricinus communis, the castor bean or castor oil plant, is a species of perennial flowering plant in the spurge family, is the sole species in the monotypic genus, Ricinus, and subtribe, evolution of castor and its relation to other species are currently being studied using modern genetic tools. It reproduces with a mixed pollination system which favors . (). A Description of Some Essential Oil Bearing Plants in Ethiopia and Their Indigenous Uses. Journal of Essential Oil Research: Vol. 5, No. 5, pp.
Plants were of paramount importance to early humans, who depended upon them as sources of food, shelter, clothing, medicine, ornament, tools, and it is known that, in addition to their practical and economic values, green plants are indispensable to all life on Earth: through the process of photosynthesis, plants transform energy from the Sun into the chemical energy . Woody plant species taller than or equal to 3 m were counted and their height and DBH measured. Density, frequency, basal area and importance value (IV) of woody plant .
Fruit farming, growing of fruit crops, including nuts, primarily for use as human food.. The subject of fruit and nut production deals with intensive culture of perennial plants, the fruits of which have economic significance (a nut is a fruit, botanically). It is one part of the broad subject of horticulture, which also encompasses vegetable growing and production of ornamentals and . Guizotia abyssinica Cass., Asteraceae, is an annual plant believed to be native to Ethiopia. The crop is grown for its high quality oil which is extracted from the seed. Niger oil is used for human consumption and in the manufacture of soap and paints. Niger is also grown for bird food (Seegeler ).
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This book, the fourth volume in a series of publications on the useful plants of Ethiopia, deals with 23 oil-bearing plants of Ethiopia, 12 of them important, and 11 of lesser economic value.
The taxonomy, ecology, chemical composition, occurrence in Ethiopia, husbandry and use of the following species is described: Arachis hypogaea, Argemone mexicana, Brassica Cited by: Get this from a library.
Oil plants in Ethiopia: their taxonomy and agricultural significance. [C J P Seegeler]. Get this from a library. Oil plants in Ethiopia, their taxonomy and agricultural significance.
[C J P Seegeler; Addis Ababa University. College of Agriculture.; Landbouwhogeschool Wageningen.] -- Includes Dutch summary and English abstract. Book: Oil plants in Ethiopia, their taxonomy and agricultural significance.
pp pp. Abstract: This book (Agricultural Research Report ) is a joint publication of the College of Agriculture, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia ethiopia Cited by: Oil plants in Ethiopia: their taxonomy and agricultural significance.
By C.J.P. Seegeler. Abstract <p/>The book is the fourth in a series on Ethiopian Oil plants in Ethiopia plants. It treats 12 oleiferous plants, both from a taxonomic and agricultural standpoint, and 11 in less detail.
Author: C.J.P. Oil plants in Ethiopia. The book is the fourth in a series on Ethiopian useful plants. It treats 12 oleiferous plants, both from a taxonomic and agricultural standpoint, and 11 in less detail.
Special chapters are dedicated to the role of the oil plants in Ethiopian agriculture, and on preparation and use of vegetable oil in Ethiopia. Spices, condiments and medicinal plants in Ethiopia, their taxonomy and agricultural significance  Jansen, P.C.M.
Landbouwhogeschool Wageningen (Netherlands). Vakgroep Plantensystematiek en -geografie [Corporate Author]. Niger is an oilseed that humans have cultivated for approximately 5, years.
Guizotia abyssinica is widely grown in South India and Ethiopia, which are the two main producing countries. Niger (Guizotia abyssinica Cass.) seed oil plays an important role in human nutrition and health because of its fatty acid composition and its high levels of fat-soluble.
Spices, condiments and medicinal plants in Ethiopia, their taxonomy and agricultural significance. Appears in 16 books from Page - Ethnobotany of the Turkana: use of plants by a pastoral people and their livestock in Kenya.1/5(2).
Jansen PCM, Spices, condiments and medicinal plants in Ethiopia, their taxonomy and agricultural significance. Wageningen, the Netherlands: Centre for Agricultural Publishing and Documentation (Pudoc), Luk'janov IA, Reznikov AR, Koriandr [Coriander]. In: Smoljanova AM, Ksendza AT (Eds).
Efirnomaslicnye kul'tury. Economic Importance of Plants Plants are extremely important in the lives of people throughout the world. People depend upon plants to satisfy such basic human needs as food, clothing, shelter, and health care.
These needs are growing rapidly because of a growing world population, increasing incomes, and urbanization. Source for information on Economic Importance of Plants: Plant.
Aframomum corrorima is a species in the ginger family, spice, known as Ethiopian cardamom, false cardamom, or korarima, is obtained from the plant's seeds (usually dried), and is extensively used in Ethiopian and Eritrean is an ingredient in berbere, mitmita, awaze, and other spice mixtures, and is also used to flavor coffee.
This is a list of Ethiopian and Eritrean dishes and ian and Eritrean cuisines characteristically consists of vegetable and often very spicy meat dishes, usually in the form of wat (also w'et or wot), a thick stew, served atop injera, a large sourdough flatbread, which is about 50 centimeters (20 inches) in diameter and made out of fermented teff flour.
of Ethiopia’, ‘ethnobotanical study of wild edible plants’ and ‘food security in Ethiopia’. Dat a on Ethiopian WEPs with their scientiﬁc and local names, growth form, parts. • Few horticulture books address a Key for correct identification (more about keys in a moment) If youre interested in a special group of garden plants like roses, chrysanthemums, and cacti there are books covering those subjects in fair detail, making i.d.
somewhat more practical • Currently, the best way to id garden plants is by learning to. Spices, Condiments and Medicinal Plants in Ethiopia, Their Taxonomy and Agricultural Significance (Agricultural Research Reports) Paperback – Decem by P.C.M.
Jansen (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, Decem Author: P.C.M. Jansen. The cactus plants grow in the highland areas. Several plant species in Ethiopia have several uses including the making of honey and oil and for flavoring food.
The different climatic and geological zones of Ethiopia provide different types of plant. Alpines and evergreen plants dominate the country’s flora. Ethiopian Sesame and Oilseeds Profile of Ethiopian sesame and oilseeds Highlights of Ethiopia’s Agricultural resources.
Ethiopia has a total area of million hectares out which about 45% is arable. The country has a potential irrigable land of about million ha. Patterns of domestication in the Ethiopian oil-seed crop noug (Guizotia abyssinica).
Ecol. Applic. The plant-book: a portable dictionary of the vascular plants, ed. 2 ; Markle, G. et al., Cite as: USDA, Agricultural Research Service, National Plant Germplasm System.
Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN. Introduction. Domestication is most accurately described as a process rather than an event (Zeder et al.
), and cultivated plants differ widely in their level of strongly domesticated crops, such as rice, wheat, corn, tomato, and sunflower, are substantially different from their wild ancestors. Plants are mainly multicellular organisms, predominantly photosynthetic eukaryotes of the kingdom Plantae.
Historically, plants were treated as one of two kingdoms including all living things that were not animals, and all algae and fungi were treated as plants.
However, all current definitions of Plantae exclude the fungi and some algae, as well as the prokaryotes (the .R.P.W. Scott, in Encyclopedia of Analytical Science (Second Edition), Introduction. The first recorded use of essential oils was probably by the Egyptians who employed them for a range of purposes including medicinal, cosmetic, in religious ceremonies, and for embalming the dead.
About the same time, the Chinese were using herbs and aromatic plant extracts for medicinal .Demissew, S., Description of some essential oil bearing plants in Ethiopia and their indigenous uses. Journal of Essential Oil Research 5, Desta, B., Ethiopian traditional herbal drugs.
Part III: Anti-fertility activity of 70 medicinal plants. Journal of Ethnopharmacol