Purdue Famine Foods Database

Summary
Plants that are not normally considered as crops are consumed in times of famine. This botanical-humanistic subject has had little academic exposure, and provides insight to potential new food sources that ordinarily would not be considered.

Organization
Purdue University

Group
Databases

File type
Web Page

Topic
NUTRITION AND HEALTH

Related topics
BIOLOGY, INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND ETHNOBOTANY

Keywords
agrobiodiversity, awareness, biogeography, breeding-plant, diversity evaluation, famine, famine foods, genetic diversity as resource, indigenous knowledge, indigenous species

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