6 edition of Plants of Central Asia found in the catalog.
Plants of Central Asia
V. I. Grubov
August 2004 by Science Pub Inc .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||282|
Edible Parts: These palms, when available, are of great use to the survivor. The small fruits are 1 inch long with white or light red skin. Fine, hairlike bristles cover the stems, leafstalks, and undersides of leaves. Reed is found throughout the temperate regions of both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
Cannabis plants are believed to have evolved on the steppes of Central Asia, specifically in the regions that are now Mongolia and southern Siberia, according to Warf. About this book Introduction Medicinal Plants of Central Asia: Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan is the first English-language book detailing medicinal plant diversity in the region. Sassafras Sassafras albidum Description: This shrub or small tree bears different leaves on the same plant. Place green fruit in the sun to make it ripen quickly. Edible Parts: Its leaves are edible. Many leaves are flat and thin in order to catch as much sunlight as possible.
Habitat and Distribution: The palmetto palm is found throughout the coastal regions of the southeastern United States. It is native to northern India, Burma, and western Malaysia. Schultes and others testified for the defense. The first and second chapters cover the geography, climate and vegetation of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, respectively.
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When the Soviet Union collapsed, all five Central Asian Soviet socialist republics obtained their independence inbecoming the sovereign and independent nations of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan.
Manioc Manihot utillissima Description: Manioc is a perennial shrubby plant, 1 to 3 meters tall, with jointed stems and deep green, fingerlike leaves. Screw pine Pandanus species Description: The screw pine is a strange plant on stilts, or prop roots, that support the plant above-ground so that it appears more or less suspended in midair.
Central Asia extends 1, km miles from north to south and 2, km 1, miles from west to east. It is also found in open, sunny places in uninhabited jungle areas. One trunk, cut just before it flowers, will yield enough sago to feed a person for 1 year.
Habitat and Distribution: Look for these plants in lawns and along roads in the North Temperate Zone. Eating an excessive amount of acorns high in tannic acid can lead to kidney failure.
These rarely produce grain and become fluffy, gray masses late in the season. Dig the underground portion, peel off the bark, and let it dry. As is common in serrated leaves, each serration has a central vein extending to its tip. Habitat and Distribution: This plant is found in bogs, lakes, and slow-moving streams.
They have alternate leaves, often with arrowlike bases, very small flowers, and frequently reddish stems.
The trunk is rough and the leaves are crowded at the trunk's apex. This tree is commonly planted along the coasts, where its extensive root system helps prevent soil erosion. Purslane Portulaca oleracea Description: This plant grows close to the ground.
Coniferous forests, dominated by Schrenk's spruce Picea schrenkiana and fir Abies semenovii, are even less common. Also known as bat glower, tiger's whisker and devil flower, the flower has wing-shaped bracts the leaves originating from the flower's axis on groups of petals with long white tendrils.
Attorneys on both sides recruited botanists to provide expert testimony. Desert — Warm to high temperatures with very little rainfall. Sago palm Metroxylon sagu Description: These palms are low trees, rarely over 9 meters tall, with a stout, spiny trunk.
To extract the edible sage, cut away the bark lengthwise from one half of the trunk, and pound the soft, whitish inner part pith as fine as possible.Description Location and General Description The Tian Shan extend 2, km east-to-west across Central Asia. An extensive mountain system that comprises part of the basin-and-range topography of northwestern China, the mountains were formed by faulting and uplift during the Pliocene, 7 million to million years ago.
From the Back Cover. Medicinal Plants of Central Asia: Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan is the first English-language book detailing medicinal plant diversity in the region.
More than two hundred of the most important medicinal plants of Central Asia are listed and it includes many whose medicinal uses and activities are being compiled for the first atlasbowling.com Range: $ - $ This unique book is a collaborative effort between researchers at Rutgers University and colleagues from numerous institutions in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
It will be the first book to document more than of the most important medicinal plants of Central Asia, many whose medicinal uses and activities are being described in English for the first time.
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Zaurov, Igor V. Belolipov, Anvar G. Kurmukov, Ishenbay S. Sodombekov and Anarbek A. Akimaliev, et al. Jan 09, · Plants of Central Asia - Plant Collection from China and Mongolia, Vol. 9. DOI link for Plants of Central Asia - Plant Collection from China and Mongolia, Vol.
9. Plants of Central Asia - Plant Collection from China and Mongolia, Vol. 9 bookAuthor: V I Grubov.