Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine

(The TQCC of Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine is 9. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
The use of medicinal plants to prevent COVID-19 in Nepal73
Knowledge transmission patterns at the border: ethnobotany of Hutsuls living in the Carpathian Mountains of Bukovina (SW Ukraine and NE Romania)72
Ethnobotanical study on medicinal plants used by Mulam people in Guangxi, China55
Ethnobotanical survey of the medicinal flora of Harighal, Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Pakistan45
Taming the pandemic? The importance of homemade plant-based foods and beverages as community responses to COVID-1937
Cultural significance of medicinal plants in healing human ailments among Guji semi-pastoralist people, Suro Barguda District, Ethiopia36
Traditional medicinal plants in South Tyrol (northern Italy, southern Alps): biodiversity and use29
Ethnobotany of the medicinal plants used by the ethnic communities of Kerman province, Southeast Iran29
Just beautiful green herbs: use of plants in cultural practices in Bukovina and Roztochya, Western Ukraine27
Traditional food taboos and practices during pregnancy, postpartum recovery, and infant care of Zulu women in northern KwaZulu-Natal26
Ethnobotanical study on wild edible plants used by Dulong people in northwestern Yunnan, China23
Renegotiating situativity: transformations of local herbal knowledge in a Western Alpine valley during the past 40 years21
Wild food plants and fungi sold in the markets of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR21
Prohibited, but still present: local and traditional knowledge about the practice and impact of forest grazing by domestic livestock in Hungary21
Cultural keystone species revisited: are we asking the right questions?21
Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in Adwa District, Central Zone of Tigray Regional State, Northern Ethiopia21
Ethnobotanical study on wild edible plants used by three trans-boundary ethnic groups in Jiangcheng County, Pu’er, Southwest China20
Ethnomedicinal landscape: distribution of used medicinal plant species in Nepal19
How does urbanization affect perceptions and traditional knowledge of medicinal plants?19
Entomotherapy: a study of medicinal insects of seven ethnic groups in Nagaland, North-East India19
Medicinal ethnobotany of wild plants: a cross-cultural comparison around Georgia-Turkey border, the Western Lesser Caucasus19
Richness of non-timber forest products in Himalayan communities—diversity, distribution, use pattern and conservation status19
Wild plants used by the Lhoba people in Douyu Village, characterized by high mountains and valleys, in southeastern Tibet, China17
Contested or complementary healing paradigms? Women’s narratives of COVID-19 remedies in Mwanza, Tanzania17
Home gardens’ agrobiodiversity and owners’ knowledge of their ecological, economic and socio-cultural multifunctionality: a case study in the lowlands of Tabasco, México15
An ethnoveterinary study on medicinal plants used by the Buyi people in Southwest Guizhou, China15
Phytotherapies in motion: French Guiana as a case study for cross-cultural ethnobotanical hybridization15
Exploration of ethnomedicinal plants and their practices in human and livestock healthcare in Haripur District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan15
Ethnobotany of the Aegadian Islands: safeguarding biocultural refugia in the Mediterranean14
Wild plants and the food-medicine continuum—an ethnobotanical survey in Chapada Diamantina (Northeastern Brazil)14
Ethnobotanical characterization of medicinal plants used in Kisantu and Mbanza-Ngungu territories, Kongo-Central Province in DR Congo14
Unity in diversity—food plants and fungi of Sakartvelo (Republic of Georgia), Caucasus14
Prioritization and selection of high fuelwood producing plant species at Boset District, Central Ethiopia: an ethnobotanical approach13
Ethnozoological and commercial drivers of the pangolin trade in Benin13
Farmers’ perceptions of navy bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) production constraints, preferred traits and farming systems and their implications on bean breeding: a case study from South East Lowveld reg13
Ethnomedicinal study of medicinal plants used by Mizo tribes in Champhai district of Mizoram, India13
Ethnobotanical biocultural diversity by rural communities in the Cuatrociénegas Valley, Coahuila; Mexico13
Ethnobotanical study on plants used to dye traditional costumes by the Baiku Yao nationality of China13
Ethnobotany of traditional medicinal plants and associated indigenous knowledge in Dawuro Zone of Southwestern Ethiopia13
Ethnobotanical study on wild edible plants traditionally used by Messiwa people, Morocco12
Influence of the sociodemographic profile of hunters on the knowledge and use of faunistic resources12
Wild edible plants traditionally collected and used in southern Yemen12
Indigenous biosystematics of yams (Dioscorea spp.) in Southwest Ethiopia: folk taxonomy, ethnolinguistic analysis, and folk descriptors12
Actualized inventory of medicinal plants used in traditional medicine in Oaxaca, Mexico12
Traditional uses of wild and tended plants in maintaining ecosystem services in agricultural landscapes of the Eastern Cape Province in South Africa12
A cross-cultural study of high-altitude botanical resources among diverse ethnic groups in Kashmir Himalaya, India12
The best choices: the diversity and functions of the plants in the home gardens of the Tsang-la (Motuo Menba) communities in Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon, Southwest China11
Wild edible plants collected and consumed by the locals in Daqinggou, Inner Mongolia, China11
Urban gardening and neglected and underutilized species in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil11
Cultural significance of locusts, grasshoppers, and crickets in sub-Saharan Africa11
Ethnoichthyology of freshwater fish in Europe: a review of vanishing traditional fisheries and their cultural significance in changing landscapes from the later medieval period with a focus on norther11
Ethnobotanical study on plants used for traditional beekeeping by Dulong people in Yunnan, China10
Integrating traditional ecological knowledge into habitat restoration: implications for meeting forest restoration challenges10
What are the factors influencing the aversion of students towards reptiles?10
Ethnomycological study on wild mushrooms in Pu’er Prefecture, Southwest Yunnan, China10
Diversity and ethnomycological importance of mushrooms from Western Himalayas, Kashmir10
Expanding the reach: ethnobotanical knowledge and technological intensification in beekeeping among the Ogiek of the Mau Forest, Kenya10
Medicinal dietary plants of the Yi in Mile, Yunnan, China10
Ethnobotanical study of wild edible fruits in eastern Bhutan10
An ethnobotanical study on wild plants used by Tibetan people in Gyirong Valley, Tibet, China10
Collection calendar: the diversity and local knowledge of wild edible plants used by Chenthang Sherpa people to treat seasonal food shortages in Tibet, China9
Exploring the historical distribution of Dracaena cinnabari using ethnobotanical knowledge on Socotra Island, Yemen9
Comparative analysis of management practices and end-users’ desired breeding traits in the miracle plant [Synsepalum dulcificum (Schumach & Thonn.) Daniell] across ecological zones and sociolingui9
Participatory analysis of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) cropping system and production constraints in Burkina Faso9
Species perceived to be dangerous are more likely to have distinctive local names9
Local perception of ecosystem services and their conservation in Sudanian savannas of Burkina Faso (West Africa)9
Ethnobotany of medicinal plants used by the Yao people in Gongcheng County, Guangxi, China9
Utilitarian redundancy in local medical systems - theoretical and methodological contributions9
Bamboos for weaving and relevant traditional knowledge in Sansui, Southwest China9
Preserving for the future the — once widespread but now vanishing — knowledge on traditional pig grazing in forests and marshes (Sava-Bosut floodplain, Serbia)9
The socio-cultural significance of mineral licks to the Maijuna of the Peruvian Amazon: implications for the sustainable management of hunting9
Ethnobotanical investigation of medicinal plants in Buska Mountain range, Hamar district, Southwestern Ethiopia9
Ethnobotanical study on herbal tea drinks in Guangxi, China9
Mazri (Nannorrhops ritchiana (Griff) Aitch.): a remarkable source of manufacturing traditional handicrafts, goods and utensils in Pakistan9
“Peruvian balsam”: an example of transoceanic transfer of medicinal knowledge9
Ethnobotany of wild edible plants in multiethnic areas of the Gansu–Ningxia–Inner Mongolia junction zone9
Selection of medicinal plants for traditional medicines in Nepal9
Local plant knowledge and its variation among farmer’s families in the Napf region, Switzerland9
An ethnobotany survey of wild plants used by the Tibetan people of the Yadong River Valley, Tibet, China9