2 edition of Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge in Samburu found in the catalog.
Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge in Samburu
|Other titles||Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge among pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya, Ethnoveterinary knowledge in Samburu|
|Statement||by Jacob Wanyama.|
|LC Classifications||DT433.545.S26 W36 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||9966960678, 9966960686|
|LC Control Number||98981959|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wanyama, Jacob. Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge in Samburu. Nairobi, Kenya: Intermediate Technology Kenya, Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge among pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya. Book 1: Methodology and Results, Book 2: Preparation and Administration.
ITDG/Kenya, Nairobi, Kenya; Dao ZL, Long CL, Liu YT. On traditional uses of plants by the Nu people community of the Gaoligong Mountains, Yunnan Province. Biodiversity by: Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge in Samburu book 1. Author(s): Wanyama,Jacob Title(s): Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge in Samburu/ by Jacob Wanyama.
Country of Publication: Kenya Publisher: Nairobi, Kenya:. Written mostly in the field, Miracles and Extraordinary Experience in Northern Kenya is the first book-length ethnography completely devoted to Samburu divinity and belief.
Here, child prophets recount their travels to heaven and back. Ethnoveterinary plant remedies used by Nu people in NW Yunnan of Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge among. pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya. Book 1: Methodology and Results.
Ethnoveterinary research has been defined as the "systematic investigation and application of veterinary folk knowledge, theory and practice", and has recently been the focus of renewed.
Wanyama JB: Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge among pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya. Book 1: Methodology and Results, Book 2: Preparation and Cited by: Abstract. Anthra, an organization of women veterinary scientists working in the field of livestock production and development, has been involved since in a research project to document and validate local ethnoveterinary and animal management practices carried out by livestock-rearing communities in different parts of the states of Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra in by: Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge among pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya.
Book 1: Methodology and Results, Book 2: Preparation and Administration. ITDG/Kenya, Nairobi, Kenya; [Google Scholar] Dao ZL, Long CL, Liu YT. On traditional uses of plants by the Nu people community of the Gaoligong Mountains, Yunnan Province.
Biodiversity. Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge among pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya. Book 1: Methodology and results.
Book 2: Preparation and administration. Intermediate Technology Kenya, P.O. BoxNairobi, Kenya. Ethnoveterinary medicine - a boon for improving the productivity of livestock in rural India. Ravindra 2 and K. Rao. Ethnoveterinary medicine: harnessing its potential.
Ethnoveterinary medicine: harnessing its potential. Mathias, E. Ethnoveterinary medicine focuses on livestock keepers’ knowledge and approaches to animal health care and production.
It covers information on diseases and their control; remedies and clinical practices for treatment and prevention; management. Wanyama, Confidently Used Ethnoveterinary Knowledge Among Pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya.
Book One: Methodology and Results. Book Two: Preparation and Administration, Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG), Intermediate Technology Publications, Nairobi, Kenya, View at: Publisher SiteCited by: 5. Wanyama, Confidently Used Ethnoveterinary Knowledge Among Pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya.
Book One: Methodology and Results. Book Two: Preparation and Administration, Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG), Intermediate Technology Publications, Nairobi, Kenya, View at Publisher View at Google by: 5. This is a culture-bound knowledge system found within ethnoveterinary medicine, which has evolved concurrently with human ethnomedicine [52 – 54].Understanding ethnopractices involved in ectoparasite control and management is necessary in the verification processes so that any research effort is not wasted on chemical analysis of plants that are used for culturally specific reasons .
Ethnoveterinary Botanical Medicine: Herbal Medicines for Animal Health Other classes of compounds, such as acids or bases, present in the biomass can be extracted using a tailored protocol. The most common group of natural products that are extracted in this manner is the alkaloids, which are often present in plant materials as salts.
Recent surveys in developing countries have identified many plants that are intended and have the potential to be used as anthelmintics. Table 1 lists a representative sample of these surveys. However, the majority of evidence reported in ethnoveterinary sources is in the form of observations, rather than from controlled studies (Hammond et al., ).Cited by: Septem 28 Vechur Conservation Trust.
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Sample records for samburu district kenya Background Ethnobotanical pharmacopoeia is confidently used in disease intervention and there is need for documentation and preservation of traditional medical knowledge to bolster the discovery of novel drugs.
Their collective and accumulative ethnoveterinary knowledge (EVK) is likely to be. Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge among pastoralist of Samburu, Kenya: Methodology and results. Vol. 1: Methodology and Results. Intermediate Technology Kenya, Nairobi, 82. Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances.
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Remedies are used to treat laceration, burn wound, wart, inflammation, rash, dental abscess, furuncle, dermatitis, and other conditions. The pharmacopoeia also includes 49 animal remedies derived from sources such as pigs, slugs, and humans.
Ethnoveterinary medicine, which incorporates both animal and plant derived remedies, is addressed. Read continuum_ text version. the power of olcani to heal and protect was understood as a divine intervention mediated through human knowledge and practice.
In addition, oreteti, a species of parasitic fig tree, was believed to be particularly sacred. The Wayne persona is most at home on horseback, passing confidently across the.