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Sessions for Friday, July 8th, 2011
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Sessions for Saturday, July 9th, 2011
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Sessions for Sunday, July 10th, 2011
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Sessions for Monday, July 11th, 2011
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Sessions for Tuesday, July 12th, 2011
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Sessions for Wednesday, July 13th, 2011
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Sessions for Thursday, July 14th, 2011
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Presentations for Session 22

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Monday, July 11th
3:45 pm to 5:30 pm · Maryland Room/Chase Park Plaza
Session 22: Contributed Papers: Society for Economic Botany/BSA Economic Botany Section
Presiding: Rainer Bussmann, Missouri Botanical Garden
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22001July 11th 3:45 pmAdopting Invasives; Lessons from a Moorean Mat Fiber
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Society for Economic Botany/BSA Economic Botany SectionOral PaperReedy, David; McClatchey, Will.Moorea
Invasive Species
Typha angustifolia
22002July 11th 4:00 pmSocioeconomic Value and Growth of Naturalized Musa balbisiana L. A. Colla Leaves in Honduras
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Society for Economic Botany/BSA Economic Botany SectionOral PaperHazlett, Donald ; Torres Herrera, Jennifer C. .Musa
Wild plant use
Exotic
Honduras
22003July 11th 4:15 pmUsing mobile phones and ODK to collect and preserve indigenous ethnobotanical knowledge
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Society for Economic Botany/BSA Economic Botany SectionOral PaperFuller , Dr. Rebekah.Open-Data-Kit
New Zealand Maori
Indigenous community
Intellectual property
22004July 11th 4:30 pmMedicinal and Spiritual Use of North American Ligusticum species, Commonly Known as "osha"
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Society for Economic Botany/BSA Economic Botany SectionOral PaperTuri, Christina; Murch, Susan.Ligusticum
osha
melatonin
Ligusticum canbyi
conservation
22005July 11th 4:45 pmCreating an Ethnobotanical Database: Native Edible and Medicinal Plants of Kansas as a Case Study
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Society for Economic Botany/BSA Economic Botany SectionOral PaperMcclure, Katrina; Kindscher, Kelly; Corbett, Steve; Long, Quinn.ethnobotany
PLANTS program
wild plants
medicinal plants
useful plants
22006July 11th 5:00 pmHonoring Those Who Came Before: Native American Ethnobotany at the Missouri Botanical Garden
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Society for Economic Botany/BSA Economic Botany SectionOral PaperWalker, Karen.Lakota People
Dakota People
ethnobotany
Native American
Sioux
South Dakota
North Dakota
22007July 11th 5:15 pmCultural ecology, mythology and the use of the opium poppy in the Ancient Hellenic World
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Society for Economic Botany/BSA Economic Botany SectionOral PaperMerlin, Mark D..ethnobotany
ecology
psychoactivity
ancient
Greece

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