Autor(i)/Author(s): Alla Kuklina, Yulia Vinogradova
Pôvodný názov/Original Title: Dikorastuščie piščevye vidy rastenij
Preklad názvu/Alternative Title: Wild-growing Edible Plants
Podnázov/Sub-Title: Publication for Specialized Courses of the International Project FarmersEduca Neglected and Underutilized Species in the Socio-Economic Rural Development
Typ dokumentu/Document Type: Textbooks
Vydavateľ/Publisher: Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra
Publikované online/Published on-line: 2018-07-10
Jazyk/Language: rus, eng
Abstrakt/Abstract: The authors describe in this book about 30 edible wild herbs and woody plants being common in Europe. The book contains information on the natural distribution range and
morphological and biochemical characters of each species. Common names of plants, the timing of their harvesting and the possibilities of using them as food or
phyto-pharmacological drugs. Colour pictures of different organs help to identification the useful species. The wild plants described in the book can be eaten fresh or after cooking.
These plants as canned goods are consumed during the winter and spring periods, when there aren't fresh vegetables and fruits. Different organs of the plants are used as a food.
Shoots are used in Urtica dioica, Pulmonaria officinalis, Salvia officinalis, Stellaria media, leaves - in Taraxacum campylodes, Primula veris, Rumex acetosa, Myrris odorata,
Allium ursinum, Pteridium aquilinum, Aegopodium podagraria. Flowers are eating in Trifolium pratense, Taraxacum campylodes; fruit and seeds in Crataegus monogyna,
Sambucus nigrа, Rubus caesius, Sorbus aucuparia, Prunus padus, Viburnum opulus. Roots and rhizome are used for food in Arctium lappa, Armoracia rusticana, Typha latifolia
and Cichorium intybus.
Kľúčové slová/Keywords: edible plants, wild plants, food resources, morphological characteristcs, chemical composition
Práva/Rights: Access limited to members, or on-demand only. Right holder :: Institute of Biodiversity Conservation and Biosafety, Slovak University of Agricutlure in Nitra, Slovakia
Contact for full-text requirement: doc. Ing. Ján Brindza, CSc. :: IBCB Head :: firstname.lastname@example.org
Project was Supported by the Visegrad Fund from Visegrad Grant No. 21640443 (2017-2018)
Titulný list & Obsah/Foreword & Content (PDF)