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Bark : use, management, and commerce in Africa

Format: Print Book 2014
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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Carnegie Museum of Natural History Botany SD543.4 .B37 2014
Location  Carnegie Museum of Natural History
 
Collection  Botany
 
Call Number  SD543.4 .B37 2014
 
 
Contents
Introduction. Botany and bark / Anthony B. Cunningham
Ecological and ethnobotanical context. Bark : structure and functional ecology / Claudia Romero
The ethnobotany, use, and sustainable harvest of bark : a review / Anthony B. Cunningham
Case studies : ecology and bark harvest. Estimates of bark mass for six tree species used medicinally in South Africa / Vivienne L. Williams, Kevin Balkwill, and Ed T.F. Witkowski
Ecology and sustainable management of the African aphrodisiac bark, Pausinystalia johimbe / Terry C.H. Sunderland, Anthony B. Cunningham, Zacharie Tchoundjeu, and Marie-Laure Ngo-Mpeck
Effects of commercial bark harvesting on Adansonia digitata (baobab) in the Save-Odzi Valley, Zimbabwe, with considerations for its management / Claudia Romero, Delali B.K. Dovie, James Gambiza, Emmanuel Luoga, Susanne Schmitt, and Isla Grundy
Assessing harvesting impacts for species used medicinally in South Africa : estimates of the number of individual trees debarked annually / Vivienne L. Williams, Ed T.F. Witkowski, and Kevin Balkwill
Harvest of bark from Garcinia lucida (Clusiaceae) in South Cameroon / Nicole Marie Guedje
Small scale resource, large-scale trade : the international economic context. A global footprint on Africa and Madagascar : a review of international trade in Prunus africana (Rosaceae) bark / Anthony B. Cunningham
The economics of production of a rare medicinal species reintroduced in southeastern Zimbabwe : Warburgia salutaris / Terrence S. Veeman, Anthony B. Cunningham, Witness Kozanayi, and David Maingi
Bark for sale : the adoption potential of Prunus africana as an agroforestry tree for small-scale farmers in Cameroon / Steven Franzel, Elias Ayuk, Anthony B. Cunningham, Bahiru Duguma, and Christian Asanga
Local, social, and economic context. Sustainable harvesting of medicinal barks (Rytigynia spp., Rubiaceae) in multiple-use zones around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda / Maud M. Kamatenesi, Martina Hoft, Robert Hoft, Anthony B. Cunningham, and R. Bukenya Ziraba
Markets for three bark products in Zimbabwe : a case study of markets for bark of Adansonia digitata, Berchemia discolor, and Warburgia salutaris / Michele M. Veeman, Michelle L. Cocks, Fred Muwonge, Simon K. Choge, and Bruce M. Campbell
Commercialization and institutional arrangements involving tree species harvested for bark by smallholder farmers in Zimbabwe / Billy B. Mukamuri and Witness Kozanayi
Contribution of baobab production activities to household livelihoods : a case study in Zimbabwe / Martin K. Luckert, Nonto Nemarundwe, Loren Gibbs, Isla Grundy, Grant K. Hauer, Dzidzaye Maruzane, Sheona Shackleton, and June Sithole
A case study of Cassipourea flanaganii, a valuable cosmetic bark traded informally in South Africa / Michelle L. Cocks and Anthony P. Dold.

Additional Information
Series Advances in economic botany ; v. 17.
Subjects Bark -- Economic aspects -- Africa.
Bark -- Utilization -- Africa.
Bark -- Ecology -- Africa.
Bark -- Africa.
Publisher Bronx, New York :2014
Contributors Cunningham, A. B., editor.
Campbell, B. M. (Bruce Morgan), 1953- editor.
Luckert, Martin Karl, 1961- editor.
Language English
Description vi, 288 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 0893274933
9780893274931
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