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Medicinal Plants List

Plants can be used in many ways to improve overall health and wellness. Plants can give us the power to take control of our own health, so that we may be the best, most vibrant versions of ourselves! The plants I have included in this medicinal plants list is a lovely place to start! I've included a few medicinal uses for each to help inspire

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Biodiversity of Ethiopia

Ethiopia is considered as one of the richest genetic resources centres in the world in terms of crop diversity ever since the expedition and plant collector N.I Vavilov in the 1920s. This is principally attributed to socio-economic, cultural diversity and complex topography. Crop plants such as coffee, Coffea abyssinica, Safflower, Carthamus

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Ethiopian montane grasslands and woodlands

The Ethiopian highlands first began to rise 75 million years ago, pushed upwards by volcanic forces. The main dome was split into two halves, the northern and southern highlands, by the development of the Great Rift Valley. Plants and animals from different directions then colonized these separate massifs.

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Best Small Business ideas in Ethiopia for 2021 [Top 50 Picks]

This is an important industry in Ethiopia. Accounting for over 85% of employment for the people of Ethiopia, agriculture is vital. There are different types of crops that can be grown in the country ranging from cereals to fibre crops and flowers, to teas and coffee plantations, etc. Forestry is also an important resource in the country along

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Africa: Physical Geography

The most emblematic highlands species is probably the Ethiopian wolf, which is now on the brink of extinction. Important plant species native to the Ethiopian Highlands include the Ethiopian rose, Africas only native rose, and the ensete, a tall, thick, rubbery plant that is

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Overview of Tekeze hydroelectric power plant General

production of 981GWhr, the plant will play an important role in the development of the Ethiopian economy. Tekeze hydroelectric power plant location A feasibility study carried out in 1997, investigated 6 potential dam sites and the one, designated Tk5, was selected, at co-ordinates 13 21' North and 38 45' East, approximately 80 km

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Culture of Ethiopia

Feb 06, 2010Ethiopia is a multi-ethnic state with a history of ethnic division. Currently, the Tigrean ethnic group controls the government and holds the core positions of power in the federal government. Ethnicity is not the sole basis for employment in the government; political ideology also plays an important

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Disease Management Practice on Potato ( Solanum tuberosum

In Ethiopia, the yield per unit area of potato is very low compared to those of other countries. There are many factors that reduce the yield of the crop among which the diseases like late blight (Phytophthora infestans) and bacterial wilt (Ralstonia (Pseudomonas) solanacearum) which play an important role.

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Economic Importance of Plants

Economic Importance of Plants Plants are extremely important in the lives of people throughout the world. People depend upon plants to satisfy such basic human needs as food, clothing, shelter, and health care. These needs are growing rapidly because of a growing world population, increasing incomes, and urbanization . Source for information on Economic Importance of Plants: Plant Sciences

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The indigenous trees of Ethiopia.

A description of 326 species of 158 genera and 68 families (including naturalized exotics), their native and trade names, data on distribution, ecology, wood properties and uses, propagation etc., with a key to families and genera, and 129 line drawings, preceded by a description of the chief natural plant communities of Ethiopia [cf. F.A. 23 No. 3377).

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Introduction and Importance of Medicinal Plants and Herbs

Some of these plants include ginger, green tea, walnuts, aloe, pepper and turmeric etc. Some plants and their derivatives are considered as important source for active ingredients which are used in aspirin and toothpaste etc. Apart from the medicinal uses, herbs are also used in natural dye, pest control, food, perfume, tea and so on.

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Native Plant Dyes

Ethnobotany is the study of how people of a particular culture and region make use of indigenous (native) plants. Plants provide food, medicine, shelter, dyes, fibers, oils, resins, gums, soaps, waxes, latex, tannins, and even contribute to the air we breathe. Many native peoples also use plants in

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COUNTRY REPORT ON THE STATE OF PLANT GENETIC

IBC is the national focal point for plant genetic resources conservation for food and agriculture. A National Policy for the Conservation and Development of Plant Genetic Resources and a Conservation Strategy of Ethiopia have been developed. Ethiopia has also signed and ratified the Convention on Biological Diversity and the International Treaty on

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HYDROPOWER OF ETHIOPIA

1. Introduction The Ethiopian government has for long recognized that economic progress will depend principally on the development of the hydropower resources of the country.. Ethiopia is endowed with abundant water resources distributed in many parts of the country however, it has not made significant progress in the field of water resources development during the past four decades.

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Frontiers

The plant height trait is important for sorghum farmers in Ethiopia as the stalk of the crop is utilized for livestock feed, construction material for building fences and as a source of energy for cooking generated by burning the stalk. The genetic basis of plant height in

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia - Ethiopia - Soils: The soils of Ethiopia can be classified into five principal types. The first type is composed of euritic nitosols and andosols and is found on portions of the Western and Eastern highlands. These soils are formed from volcanic material and, with proper management, have medium to high potential for rain-fed agriculture. The second group of soils, eutric cambisols

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Ethiopia plants 350m trees in a day to help tackle climate

Jul 29, 2019Ethiopia plants 350m trees in a day to help tackle climate crisis. This article is more than 1 year old. National 'green legacy' initiative aims to reduce environmental degradation.

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An Economic Overview of Ginger Production in Ethiopia

The history of spices in Ethiopia is an ancient one and spices remain as basic food items of the Ethiopian people. Ethiopia has a world share of 0.4%. Ethiopia is the homeland for many spices. Ginger is one commonly used ingredient in Ethiopian recipe. Ginger plays an important role in contributing to local economy.

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69 Amazing Ethiopia Facts and History

Oct 12, 2016The name "Ethiopia" comes from the Greek words aitho and ops, which together mean "burnt face."This was how the ancient Greeks referred to the dark-skinned people of eastern Africa. [15] Although child marriage is illegal in Ethiopia, 49% of marry before 18 and nearly 1 in 5 Ethiopian is married before 15. Almost half of 15- to 19- year-old in the Amhara region have

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Ethiopia's Natural Resources – Rainbow for the Future

Water is an important natural resource. Ethiopia has 12 river basins that give the potential for irrigation and hydropower. (Hydropower is the only source of power in the country.) However, when rainfall is low or non-existent, rivers can dry up, threatening crops and taking away the only source of electricity.

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Vavilovian Centers of Plant Diversity: Implications and

Mar 09, 2015Middle East, Afghanistan, and Ethiopia for wheat accessions. He traveled to North and South America and the Far East including China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. He re-alized that plant diversity was not distributed equally around the world, but was focused in specific regions. His theoreticalconcept of the centers of origin for cultivated

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The poorly known Ethiopian crop Enset

Jul 09, 2019The plant is found in Ethiopian highlands, towards the west of the country. It's an important crop for understanding food security in the region. Borrell said, "This is one of the most fascinating aspects of enset. As far as we know, the enset growing region was very resilient to food insecurity during recent famines in Ethiopia.

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Crops and Agro

It is particularly important in southwest Ethiopia, with the Oromiya Region State being the highest producer. receives high external inputs mainly fertilizers, insecticides, and herbicides. (v) Sorghum Sorghum is a common warm weather cereal grown in Ethiopia where it is cultivated mostly at lower altitudes along the country's western

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Scientific Names of Common Plants and Trees

A web page providing general knowledge on scientific names of common plants, fruits, vegetables and some common trees including scientific name of mehndi, pudina, ginger, turmeric, grains and cereals.

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Ethiopian Wolf

African Wildlife Foundation is working to establish new mechanisms for ensuring local communities' livelihoods. Our Simien Mountains Cultural Tourism project is improving infrastructure and accomodations in and around the national park. Increased revenue from community-owned and-operated tourism will reduce dependence on subsistence farming, ensuring Ethiopian wolf habitats stay protected.

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Teff Seed Planter

Teff is Ethiopia's most important and widely grown grain and the main ingredient in injera, the national bread. More than 6 million Ethiopian households grow teff, and in 2012, the national production was valued at $1.6 billion. Teff is a staple in the economy and daily life of Ethiopia, yet

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Insect pests of cereals in Ethiopia

Ethiopia is an agricultural country in the tropics which, because of large variation in altitudes, can grow a wide variety of tropical and temperate crops. Cereals are the most important crops as almost 90% of the agricultural production is from this group. Common cereals

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Soil Moisture in Ethiopia

Apr 01, 2015Ethiopia is now in its secondary crop season—the "belg"—a short rainy season from March to May. Successful harvest of belg crops depends on adequate rainfall. The map above shows how soil moisture in Ethiopia, averaged from April 1 to

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allaboutETHIO — Everything Ethiopia

Feb 15, 2021Radio. Ethiopian Radio Afro FM 105.3 Sheger 102.1 FM Ahadu 94.3 FM EBC 104.7 FM Bisrat 101.1 FM Rahel Radio Zeno FM FBC 98.1 FM Fana Mirt Internet Radio ESAT Radio TG Radio 251 Radio Ethiopia FBC 98.1 FM Fana Awash Zami 90.7 FM EthiopikaLink Radio Voice of Ethiopia. Movies.

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Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants Used to Treat

Jul 17, 2018This paper reports an ethnobotanical study that focused on the traditional medicinal plants used by local communities to treat human diseases. Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants was carried out from June 25 to September 5, 2015, in Berbere district of Oromia region, Ethiopia. The study focused on documentation of medicinal plants used to treat various human diseases in the study area.

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A review of natural remedies commonly used by Ethiopian

Lemon is one of the most important fruit crops known by humans since ancient times, and a good source of vitamin C with high antioxidant potential. It is derived from trees that belong to the family Rutaceae [21,22]. Citrus is also among the most important fruit crops in Ethiopia, with an annual production of 77,087 tons . Ethiopia's agro

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Prospects for sustainable use and development of wild food

Field and herbarium studies on wild flowering plants of Ethiopia furnished 203 species consumed by the community. These account for about 3% of the higher plant species in the country and comprise herbs (37%), shrubs (32%), and trees (31%). Species with edible fruits contributed to 61.6%, leaves 27.7%, stems 14.4%, roots 13.3%, and seeds 10.3%. About 15% are considered famine foods. Forest

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