ethnoveterinary medicine


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ethnoveterinary medicine

the folk beliefs, knowledge, skills, methods and practices relating to the health care of animals. Includes medicinal and spiritual aspects, but more commonly taken to mean the use of medicinal plants.
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Ethnoveterinary medicine practices among Tsonga speaking people of South Africa.
Ethnoveterinary medicines used for ruminants in Trinidad and Tobago.
Contemporary issues are surveyed, which include food prices and animal welfare, genetic diversity, grazing livestock and the environment, ethnoveterinary medicine, conservation, poverty and livestock agriculture, the former Soviet Union area, and antibiotic use, concluding with four chapters of statistics.
In our work on isolating antimicrobial compounds from members of the Combretaceae and plants used in ethnoveterinary medicine, we have found several instances of synergistic effects in antibacterial assays.