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ETHNO BOTANICAL STUDY OF WILD EDIBLE PLANTS IN ADOLA DISTRICT, SOUTHERN, ETHIOPIA

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  Sintayo Demise

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Adola, Ethnobotany, wild edible, seasonal

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ABSTRACT This research was conducted in Adola districts in southern Ethiopia to identify indigenous knowledge related to use of wild Edible plants and their contribution to household in Adola district. The study was carried out between January to March 2019. Ethnobotanical data were collected by interviewing 120 informants (92 males and 27 females) aged 25-95 years and of them18 were key informants. Ethno botanical knowledge of plants used for food. The datas were collected using structured and semi-structured question through face to- face interaction with the informants. The collected data were arranged by using spss software to analysis the descriptive of demographic detail to identify knowledge of informants related to edible plants. Quantitative analytical tools for ethnobotanical methods including simple preference ranking and direct matrix ranking were employed. Ethnobotanical knowledge held by different informants in the study area was compared. Forty six (46) species with 41 genera and 35 families of wild edible plants were documented. Ancanacardiaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Flacourtiaceae by 3(8.6%) species were the highest edible plants species followed by Myrtaceae, Asteraceae, Rubiaceae, Rutaceae and Sapindaceae with 2 species (5.7%). In the district the fruits (72.9%) were the most edible plant part and mostly taken as raw. Growth forms of the plants were trees (30.4%) and the highest collection season of edible plants was wet season (61%). Most of the reported wild edible plant species were reported for more than three uses. Agricultural expansion was the principal factor of threatening Wild edible plant in the study area. Better to cultivate and management of edible plants inhome garden and needs to further study of common edible plants species.

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  Sintayo Demise,   "ETHNO BOTANICAL STUDY OF WILD EDIBLE PLANTS IN ADOLA DISTRICT, SOUTHERN, ETHIOPIA", IJRAR - International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR), E-ISSN 2348-1269, P- ISSN 2349-5138, Volume.7, Issue 2, Page No pp.212-228, May 2020, Available at : http://www.ijrar.org/IJRAR19D1310.pdf  

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  Page Number(s) - 212-228

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  Sintayo Demise,   "ETHNO BOTANICAL STUDY OF WILD EDIBLE PLANTS IN ADOLA DISTRICT, SOUTHERN, ETHIOPIA", IJRAR - International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR), E-ISSN 2348-1269, P- ISSN 2349-5138, Volume.7, Issue 2, Page No pp.212-228, May 2020, Available at : http://www.ijrar.org/IJRAR19D1310.pdf

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