3 edition of Toxic plants of veterinary importance in Namibia found in the catalog.
Toxic plants of veterinary importance in Namibia
|Statement||Sonja Schubert, Anna Marais, Coleen Mannheimer.|
|Contributions||Marais, Anna Louise., Mannheimer, Coleen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||2006316092|
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Second Revised Edition. This attractive book covers 80 species of indigenous and exotic toxic plants known to affect livestock in Namibia. A distribution map and a brief description are given for each species/group as well as a short overview of clinical symptoms.
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The traditional medicinal and therapeutical knowledge of natives in using medicinal plants growing in Namibia is stressed. Habitat, climate, geology and biotypes Toxic plants of veterinary importance in Namibia book the plants are recorded.
The application of medicinal, toxic and edible plants by the traditional healers and fortune-tellers is reviewed. Botany, taxonomy, use and preparation methods of the specific parts of the plants by old Cited by: To this end she has contributed to a number of publications on the Namibian flora, including the Tree Atlas of Namibia, Toxic Plants of Veterinary Importance in Namibia, the Red Data Book on Title: Consultant Botanist at.
Namibia can be split into four distinct vegetation zones which together support more than 4, seed bearing vascular plants, different species of tree, over endemic plant species and varieties of lichen. Savannah cover 64% of Namibia, dry woodlands and forests 20%, while desert vegetation is distributed over 16%.
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