International Journal of Ethnobiology



Online peer review international journal
RAPID PUBLICATION I OPEN ACCESS




JANUARY 2014 ISSUE
Vol. 1. Issue 1.


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Ethnobotanical study of dietary use and culinary knowledge of Aroids (family Araceae) in Karbi Anglong district, Assam
Robindra Teron
Dept. of Life Science & Bioinformatics, Assam University- Diphu Campus, Karbi Anglong, DIPHU, Assam
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Social Bondage among Forest Dwellers: Learning the Solidarity from Forest Dependent Communities
Simi Talukdar and Rakesh Soud
Department of Ecology & Environmental Sciences, Assam University Silchar, Assam-781011.
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, Assam
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Evaluation of antioxidant properties of Cissus adnata & Cissus discolor.
Karam Uma Devi and Maibam Damayanti Devi
Manipur University, Life Sciences Department, Imphal, Manipur
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Diversity and Conservation of Ultapani Reserve Forest of Assam: Problems and Prospects
Jintu Sarma
Dept. of Environmental Science, Tezpur University, Napaam, Sonitpur-784028, Assam, India
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A survey of ethno-medicinal aquatic plants in Dhubri district of Assam, India
Ashraful Hussain, Ajit Kr. Das and B. K. Dutta
Department of Ecology and Environmental Science, Assam University, Silchar-788011, Assam, India
 


OCTOBER 2014 ISSUE
Call for articles
Submit articles at ijebeditor@gmail.com  
on or before 31st August 2014

The International Journal of Ethnobiology is a peer reviewed, fully open access journal published bi-yearly by North East Centre for Environmental Education and Research (NECEER), Imphal, India. The journal intends to bridge the existing gaps between various relevant disciplines and existing ethnobiological knowledge systems and strives to become a single interdisciplinary platform where researchers, scientists, scholars and students, working in the discipline of ethnobiology and other relevant disciplines can share their work. It motivates international community of ethnobiologists, palaeobotanists, anthropologists, archeologists, ecologists, ethnopharmacologists, agriculturists, botanists, zoologists, sociologists, statisticians, spatial ecologists and biodiversity conservationists to share their work of ethnobiological importance encompassing conservation, culture, society, traditional knowledge systems, customs, and rarely documented ethnic practices by indigenous people from all around the world, ethnobiological databases and their utility, new discoveries and innovations, socioeconomic relevance, policy and decision making for conservation and preservation of ethnobiological resources. The journal intends to be interdisciplinary with wider scope where people from other disciplines can share their work to supplement the existing knowledge and information on ethnobiological resources, practices and knowledge systems.

The journal welcomes original research papers, technical, semi technical articles and relevant empirical studies, short communications, book reviews, new perspectives and opinions under correspondence section.
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