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An early Woodland domesticated chenopod (Chenopodium berlandieri subsp. Jonesianum) cache from the Tutela Height site, Ontario, Canada2019 American antiquity 84 (1): 143-57
  • Gary W. Crawford
  • Jessica L. Lytle
  • Robert Wojtowicz
  • Ronald F. Williamson
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316French summary
Yuca (Manihot esculenta)2019 Arqueología mexicana 27 (158): 79-83
  • Yolotl González Torres
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218
Cooked starchy food in hearths ca. 120 kya and 65 kya (MIS 5e and MIS 4) from Klasies River Cave, South Africa2019 Journal of human evolution 131: 210-27
  • Bertrand Ligouis
  • Cynthia Larbey
  • Martin K. Jones
  • Sarah Wurz
  • Susan M. Mentzer
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Central Australian Aboriginal songs and biocultural knowledge: evidence from women's ceremonies relating to edible seeds2019 Journal of ethnobiology 39 (3): 354-70
  • Fiona Walsh
  • Georgia Curran
  • Linda Barwick
  • Mary Laughren
  • Myfanny Turpin
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special issue 'Ethnobiology through song'
Macroevolutionary effects on primate trophic evolution and their implications for reconstructing primate origins2019 Journal of human evolution 133: 1-12
  • Jeremiah E. Scott
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Seasonal and habitat effects on the nutritional properties of savanna vegetation: potential implications for early hominin dietary ecology2019 Journal of human evolution 133: 99-107
  • Abigale Koppa
  • Amanda G. Henry
  • Daryl Codron
  • Jacqueline Codron
  • Jennifer N. Leighliter
  • Lambert Joanna E.
  • Matt Sponheimer
  • Oliver C.C. Paine
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Incorporating Chenopodium berlandieri into a seasonal subsistence pattern: implications for biological traits for cultural choices2019 Journal of ethnobiology 39 (4): 510-29
  • Anne C. Worley
  • Sara Halwas
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771
Experimental cultivation of Eastern North America's lost crops: insights into agricultural practice and yield potential2019 Journal of ethnobiology 39 (4): 549-66
  • Andrea White
  • Natalie G. Mueller
  • Peter Szilagyi
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771
Knowledge of native edible plants in a monoculture plantation-dominated landscape2019 Journal of ethnobiology 39 (4): 567-83
  • Javier A. Simonetti
  • Mauricio Folchi
  • Santiago A. Parra
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771
Ethno-ecology in Prehispanic Central America: foodways and human-plant interfaces2019 Ancient Mesoamerica 30 (3): 535-53
  • John S. Henderson
  • Rachel Cane
  • Rosemary A. Joyce
  • Shanti Morell-Hart
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
Ethno-ecology in Prehispanic Central America: foodways and human-plant interfaces2019 Ancient Mesoamerica 30 (3): 535-53
  • John S. Henderson
  • Rachel Cane
  • Rosemary A. Joyce
  • Shanti Morell-Hart
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
Chili and the San Lorenzo Olmec2018 Anales de antropología 52 (1): 111-25
  • Ann Cyphers
  • Luis F. Hernández Laraa
  • Nilesh Gaikwadc
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225English summary
The Pacific crabapple (Malus fusca) and Cowlitz cultural resurgence2018 Journal of northwest anthropology 52 (1): 36-62
  • Christine Dupres
  • Nathaniel D. Reynolds
H6/KUB [NORTHWEST-]1538-2834
La temprana alimentación olmeca2018 Arqueología mexicana 25 (150): 26-31
  • Judith Zurita Noguera
  • Luis Fernando Hernández Lara
  • María Arnaud Salas
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218in special section 'Los Olmecas de San Lorenzo, Veracruz'
Indigenous persistence and foodways at the Toms Point trading post (CA-MRN-202), Tomales Bay, California2018 Journal of California and Great Basin anthropology 38 (1): 51-73
  • Alec J. Apodaca
  • Amanda M. Hill
  • Anneke Janzen
  • Georgeann M. Deantoni
  • Rob C. Cuthrell
  • Tsim D. Schneider
H6/KUB [JOURNAL-]0191-3557in thematic section 'Indigenous persistence in colonial California'; with introduction by T.S. Schneider and L.M. Panich, 9-10
Children's knowledge of wild food plants in the forest-agriculture interface2018 Journal of ethnobiology 38 (2): 205-22
  • Cecilia Caffi
  • Gisella S. Cruz-García
  • José Sanchez-Choy
  • María Elena Chuspe-Zans
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special section 'Children and ethnobiology'
Perspectives on children orphaned by HIV/AIDS on ecology and gathering of wild orchids in Tanzania2018 Journal of ethnobiology 38 (2): 223-43
  • Joyce F.X. Challe
  • Lisa L. Price
  • Paul C. Struik
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special section 'Children and ethnobiology'
Dietary patterns of children in three indigenous societies2018 Journal of ethnobiology 38 (2): 244-60
  • Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares
  • Isabel Díaz-Reviriego
  • Lucentezza Napitupulu
  • Sandrine Gallois
  • Victoria Reyes-García
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special section 'Children and ethnobiology'
Peanuts and power in the Andes: the social archaeology of plant remains in the Virú Valley, Peru2018 Journal of ethnobiology 38 (3): 589-609
  • Jean-Franois Millaire
  • Lindi J. Masur
  • Michael Blake
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771
Un perfil de la cultural india2018 Arqueología mexicana (84): 8-15
  • Guillermo Bonfil Batalla
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218in special monographic issue 'Cultivos mesoamericanos'
La agricultura mesoamericana2018 Arqueología mexicana (84): 16-39
  • Editors
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218in special monographic issue 'Cultivos mesoamericanos'
Cultivos mesoamericanos2018 Arqueología mexicana (84): 40-89
  • Editors
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218in special monographic issue 'Cultivos mesoamericanos'
Plantas alimenticias silvestres del Perú2018 Boletín de Lima 40 (192): 65-88
  • Hernán Sánchez
*H6/KE [BOLETIN-]0253-0015German and English summary
Wild greens knowledge and consumption: a qualitative exploration of human agency in the southern Arizona food system2018 Food Culture and Society 21 (3): 331-49
  • Matthew M. Mars
  • Robert M. Torres
  • Tanya M. Quist
  • Teresa De Koker
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
Selling the "Inca superfood": nutritional primitivism in superfoods books and maca marketing2018 Food Culture and Society 21 (4): 449-67
  • Christine Knight
  • Jessica Loyer
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
"If you wan to get married, you have to collect virdura": the vanishing custom of gathering and cooking wild food plants on Vulcano, Aeolian Islands, Sicily2018 Food Culture and Society 21 (4): 539-67
  • Andrea Pieroni
  • Francesco Cucinotta
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
Plantas amerindias en la mesa de los primeros europeos en Panama viejo2017 Latin American antiquity 28 (1): 127-43
  • Francisco Javier Aceituno
  • Juan Guillermo Martín
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635English summary
Plant remains recovered from the 1854 siege of the Kekana Ndebele, historical cave, Makapan Valley, South Africa2017 Journal of ethnobiology 37 (1): 97-119
  • Amanda B. Esterhuysen
  • Shannon K. Hardwick
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771
A union of land and 'Atáaxum. How California's indigenous people are reclaiming space through gathering2017 News from native California 31 (1): 7-9
  • Camaray Devalos
*H6/KUB [NEWS-]1040-5437
Solanum jamessi: evidence for cultivation of wild potato tubers by ancestral Puebloan groups2017 Journal of ethnobiology 37 (2): 218-40
  • David H. Kinder
  • Harry J. Wilson
  • Karen R. Adams
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special section 'Empirical and model-based agricultural studies in archaeology'
Are borders more important than geographical distance? The wild food ethnobotany of the Boykos and its overlap with that of the Bukovinian Hutsuls in western Ukraine2017 Journal of ethnobiology 37 (2): 326-45
  • Andrea Pieroni
  • Renata Sõukand
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771
The archaeology of camas production and exchange on the northwest coast: with evidence from Sts'ailes (Chehalis) village on the Harrison River, British Columbia2017 Journal of ethnobiology 37 (2): 346-67
  • Morgan Ritchie
  • Natasha Lyons
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771
Savage lands, civilizing appetites: power and wilderness in Quebec City (1535-1900)2017 American antiquity 82 (3): 480-97
  • Julie-Anne Bouchard-Perron
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
"Bitter" manioc (Manihot esculenta): its consumption and the grater used by indigenous peoples of the Gran Chaco in its preparation2017 Journal de la Société des Américanistes 103 (2): 205-28
  • Nicolás M. Kamienkowski
  • Pastor Arenas
H6/KUB [SOCIETE-]0037-9174Spanish and French summaries
Less palatable, still valuable: taste, crop, agrobiodiversity, and culinary heritage2017 Food Culture and Society 20 (2): 193-200
  • Greg de St. Maurice
  • Theresa L. Miller
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796introduction to special issue
Sago: a disparaged but essential food of the Abelam of Papua New Guinea2017 Food Culture and Society 20 (2): 201-15
  • Richard Scaglion
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796in special issue 'Less palatable, still valuable: taste, crop, agrobiodiversity, and culinary heritage'
"The heirloom tomato is 'in'. Does it matter how it tastes?"2017 Food Culture and Society 20 (2): 257-80
  • Ashely McCarthy
  • Ellen Messer
  • Emily Nink
  • Hugh Joseph
  • Sean B. Cash
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796in special issue 'Less palatable, still valuable: taste, crop, agrobiodiversity, and culinary heritage'
Everything but the taste: Kyoto's Shishigatani squash as culinary heritage2017 Food Culture and Society 20 (2): 281-301
  • Greg de St. Maurice
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796in special issue 'Less palatable, still valuable: taste, crop, agrobiodiversity, and culinary heritage'
Valuing the bad and the ugly: tasting agrobiodiversity among the indigenous Canela2017 Food Culture and Society 20 (2): 325-46
  • Theresa L. Miller
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796in special issue 'Less palatable, still valuable: taste, crop, agrobiodiversity, and culinary heritage'
Concluding thoughts and marginal provocations2017 Food Culture and Society 20 (2): 347-54
  • Richard Wilk
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796in special issue 'Less palatable, still valuable: taste, crop, agrobiodiversity, and culinary heritage'
Representación de plantas en la imagería del arte rupestre en México2017 Arqueología mexicana 25 (145): 22-31
  • Aurora Montúfar López
  • María del Pilar Casado López
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218
Classification of unelaborated culinary products: scientific and culinary approaches meet face to face2017 Food Culture and Society 20 (3): 525-53
  • Ferran Adrià
  • Laura Bayés-García
  • Marta Vila
  • Pere Castells
  • Sergio Calsamiglia
  • Ugo D'Ambrosio
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
Reconstructing food ways: role of Skolt Sami cultural revitalization programs in local plant use2016 Journal of ethnobiology 36 (1): 85-104
  • Natalia Magnani
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special section 'Botanical ontologies'; Saami summary
Landscape ethnoecology of forest food harvesting in the Talamanca Bribri indigenous territory, Costa Rica2016 Journal of ethnobiology 36 (1): 215-33
  • Alí Garcúia Segura
  • Olivia Sylvester
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771Spanish summary
Going back to their roots: Comanche trade and diet revisited2016 Ethnohistory 63 (2): 237-71
  • Peter Mitchell
How can we teach our children if we cannot access the forest? Generational change in Mapuche knowledge of wild edible plants in Andean temperate ecosystem of Chile2016 Journal of ethnobiology 36 (2): 412-32
  • Alejandro Rojas
  • Antonia Barreau
  • Felice S. Wyndham
  • José Tomás Ibarra
  • Robert A. Kozak
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771
Isotopic study of geographic origins and diet of enslaved Africans buried in two Brazilian cemeteries2016 Journal of archaeological science 70: 82-90
  • Claudia Rodrigues-Carvalho
  • Maurilo Q.R. Bastos
  • Ricardo V. Santos
  • Robert H. Tykot
  • Sheila M.F.M. de Souza
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Foraging potential of underground storage organ plants in the southern Cape, South Africa2016 Journal of human evolution 101: 79-89
  • Alastair J. Potts
  • Curtis W. Marean
  • Elzanne Singels
  • Jan De Vynck
  • Richard M. Cowling
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Human dental buccal microwear and paleodiet reconstruction2016 Anthropologie (Brno) 54 (3): 305-15
  • Mohammad Alrousan
Children and wild plants2016 Liaudies kultūra 3: 80-9
  • Nijolė Marcinkevičienė
H6/KVT [LIAUDIES-]0236-0551English summary