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Title:Uporabne rastline od Krasa do Kvarnerja : priročnik za prepoznavanje divjih rastlin s poudarkom na njihovi uporabnosti
Authors:Bakan, Branko (Author)
Vitasović Kosić, Ivana (Author)
Fištravec, Gregor (Author)
Kaligarič, Mitja (Author)
Škornik, Sonja (Reviewer)
Bakan, Branko (Technical editor)
Perša, Jan (Technical editor)
Lipavic Oštir, Alja (Lector)
Files:URL https://press.um.si/index.php/ump/catalog/book/554
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Unknown ()
Organization:FNM - Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Abstract:Knjiga obravnava nekaj čez 150 različnih vrst uporabnih rastlin iz Območja Krasa, Istre in obrobja Kvarnerja (Slovenija in Hrvaška). V uvodu je pojasnjeno kako smo povezali botaniko in prazgodovino gradišč (kaštelirjev) na tem območju: v prazgodovini je bil človek lovec in nabiralec, in je to vse do današnjih časov tudi ostal. Jedilne, zdravilne, začimbne, dišavne, in druge uporabne rastline (kot material, obredni namen) so človeka spremljale iz generacije v generacijo. To znanje smo v projektu »kaštelir« raziskovali, ga povzeli in strnili v dvostranske botanične opise rastlin, način nabiranja, priprave in njihovo uporabo. Tako smo prikazali 154 divje rastočih vrst, vsako tudi s tremi do štirimi originalno posnetimi fotografijami. V knjigi je tudi krajša predstavitev rastlinske morfologije, floristični in predvsem vegetacijski opis celotnega območja in kodeks nabiranja divjih rastlin. Knjiga – vodič po uporabnih divjih rastlonah – je namenjena širšemu krogu bralcev, ki jih zanima narava in življenje z njo.
Keywords:Kras, Istra, etnobotanika, uporabne rastline, priročnik
Year of publishing:2021
Year of performance:2021
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:Univerza v Mariboru, Univerzitetna založba
Source:Maribor
ISBN:978-961-286-445-3
UDC:581.6(035)
COBISS_ID:56868867 New window
DOI:10.18690/978-961-286-445-3 New window
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License:CC BY 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Link:http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Description:This is the standard Creative Commons license that gives others maximum freedom to do what they want with the work as long as they credit the author.
Licensing start date:31.03.2021

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Useful Plants from the Karst to Kvarner : A Guide to Identifying Wild Plants with an Emphasis on their Usefulness
Abstract:The book deals with over 150 different species of useful plants from the Karst region, Istria and the outskirts of Kvarner (Slovenia and Croatia). The introduction explains how we connected the botany and prehistory of the forts (castles) in this area: in prehistory, man was a hunter and gatherer, and it has remained so to this day. Edible, medicinal, spicy, fragrant, and other useful plants (as material for tools or ritual purpose) have accompanied humans from generation to generation. In the "Kaštelir" project, we researched this knowledge, and summarized it and presented in two-pages per plant species of botanical descriptions, the method of harvesting, preparation and use of wild plants. So we showed 154 wild plant species, each with three to four originally taken photographs. The book also contains a brief presentation of plant morphology, a floristic and, above all, vegetation description of the entire area and a code of wild plant harvesting. The book - a guide to useful wild plants - is intended for a wider circle of readers who are interested in nature and life with it.
Keywords:Karst, Istria, ethnobotany, medicinal plants, manual


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