2015 journal article

How Study Design Influences the Ranking of Medicinal Plant Importance: A Case Study from Ghana, West Africa

ECONOMIC BOTANY, 69(4), 306–317.

By: K. Dudney, S. Warren n, E. Sills n & J. Jacka*

author keywords: Traditional ethnobotanical knowledge (TEK); Ghana; medicinal plants; quantitative ethnobotany; informant consensus; cultural importance
TL;DR: The findings suggest that conservation priorities are likely to be relatively robust to the particular index and use categories employed to rank plant importance, but sample selection and elicitation methods may significantly influence results. (via Semantic Scholar)
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