An Ethnobotanical Meta-Analysis of North American Medicinal Asteraceae

@article{Kachura2021AnEM,
  title={An Ethnobotanical Meta-Analysis of North American Medicinal Asteraceae},
  author={Alexandra Kachura and Cory S Harris},
  journal={Botany},
  year={2021}
}
The Asteraceae is the largest family of plants in North America and widely used as medicine by Indigenous peoples. This study investigated the medicinal ethnobotany of North American Asteraceae to identify taxa that appear preferentially selected or avoided for general and specific medicinal uses. Asteraceae-specific ethnobotanical reports recorded in the Native American Ethnobotany Database were compiled and, using residual and binomial analyses, 14 tribes were compared and ranked as either… 
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