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4-Jul-2012ETHNOBOTANICAL STUDY ON MEDICINAL PLANTS USED BY LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN DEBARK WEREDA, NORTH GONDAR ZONE, AMHARA REGIONAL STATE, ETHIOPIAZemede Asfaw(Dr.); Sileshi Nemomissa(Prof.); Eskedar, Abebe
5-Jul-2012Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants in Guji Agro-pastorilists, Blue Hora District of Borana Zone, Oromia Region, EthiopiaEnsermu Kelbessa(Prof.); Gemedo Dalle(Dr.); Mersha, Ashagre
8-Jan-2013Local use of spices, condiments and non-edible oil crops in some selected woredas in Tigray, Northern Ethiopia.Dr. Tamirat Bekele; Dr Tesfaye Bekele; Atey, G/Medhin
3-May-2012Ethnobotanical Study of Traditional Medicinal Plants of Goma Wereda, Jima Zone of Oromia Region, EthiopiaDr. Zemede Asfaw; Prof. Sebsebe Demissew; Behailu, Etana
5-Jul-2012AN ETHNOBOTANICAL STUDY OF MEDICINAL PLANTS IN SERU WEREDA, ARSI ZONE OF OROMIA REGION, ETHIOPIASileshi Nemomissa (Prof.); Tesfaye Awas(Dr.); Mengistu, Gebrehiwot
5-Jul-2012Study of Useful Plants in and Around GATE UDUMA (Traditional Gedeo Homegardens) in Kochere Wereda of Gedeo Zone, SNNPR, Ethiopia: an Ethnobotanical ApproachSebsebe Demissew(Prof.); Zemede Asfaw(Dr.); Solomon, Tamrat
11-May-2012Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants in Wayu Tuka Wereda, East Wollega Zone of Oromia Region, EthiopiaProf. Ensermu Kelbessa; Dr. Zemede Asfaw; Moa, Megersa
4-Jul-2012AN ETHNOBOTANICAL STUDY OF PLANTS USED IN TRADITIONAL MEDICINE AND AS WILD FOODS IN AND AROUND TARA GEDAM AND AMBA REMNANT FORESTS IN LIBO KEMKEM WEREDA, SOUTH GONDER ZONE, AMHARA REGION, ETHIOPIAEnsermu Kelbessa(Prof.); Zemede Asfaw(Dr.); Getenet, Chekol
3-May-2012ETHNOBOTANICAL STUDY OF MEDICINAL PLANTS USED BY LOCAL PEOPLE IN OFLA WEREDA, SOUTHERN ZONE OF TIGRAY REGION, ETHIOPIADr. Zemede Asfaw and Prof. Ensermu Kelbessa; Nurya, Abdurhman
21-Sep-2007USE AND MANAGEMENT OF MEDICINAL PLANTS BY INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF EJAJI AREA (CHELYA WOREDA) WEST SHOA, ETHIOPIA: AN ETHNOBOTANICAL APPROACHENDALEW, AMENU