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Title: Wild food plants in the Kaxinawá Indigenous Land of Nova Olinda, Acre, Brazil.
Authors: LANZA, T. R.
Affiliation: Tomaz Ribeiro Lanza, Unesp; Lin Chau Ming, Unesp; MOACIR HAVERROTH, CPAF-Acre; Almecina Balbino Ferreira, Unesp.
Date Issued: 2017
Citation: In: ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY FOR ECONOMIC BOTANY, 58., 2017, Bragança. Living in a global world: local knowledge and sustainability: book of abstracts. Bragança: Instituto Politécnico de Bragança: Centro de Investigação de Montanha: Society for Economic Botany, 2017.
Pages: 1 p.
Description: The objective of the present study was the study of wild food plants used in the five villages of TI Kaxinawá of Nova Olinda (TIKNO), located in the municipality of Feijó, Acre, Brazil. TIKNO covers an area of approximately 28,000 hectares, on the banks of the Envira River, with a total population of 492 inhabitants. The methodology used was free listing and walking in the woods with different indigenous representatives.
Thesagro: Etnobotânica
Planta silvestre
Consumo alimentar
Agricultura de Subsistência
NAL Thesaurus: Forest resources
Subsistence farming
Indigenous knowledge
Wild plants
Food consumption
Keywords: Conhecimento tradicional
Terra Indígena Kaxinawá de Nova Olinda (TIKNO)
Feijó (AC)
Amazônia Ocidental
Western Amazon
Amazonia Occidental
Recursos florestais
Conocimiento tradicional
Consumo alimentario
Plantas silvestres
Recursos forestales
Language: en
Type of Material: Anais e Proceedings de eventos
Access: openAccess
Appears in Collections:Resumo em anais de congresso (CPAF-AC)

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