Wild plants in the diet of arhorchin mongol herdsmen in inner mongolia

  title={Wild plants in the diet of arhorchin mongol herdsmen in inner mongolia},
  author={Khasbagan Hu-Yin Huai and Sheng-Ji Pei},
  journal={Economic Botany},
Arhorchin Mongol herdsmen are one of the tribal and regional groups of the Mongol nationality still engaged in traditional animal husbandry in the grassland areas of eastern Inner Mongolia at present. There are 77 species of wild plants used in their diet. An ethnobotanical inventory is presented, which includes the botanical names, folk names, parts used, usage, and the numbers of voucher specimens. Distinctive national features of the use of wild plants in their diet are expressed in the… CONTINUE READING

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