The Sweet Potato and Oceania: An Essay in Ethnobotany ebook
by D. E. Yen
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In The Sweet Potato in Oceania: A Reappraisal. C. Ballard, P. Brown, . Bourke and T. Harwood (eds). The Sweet Potato and Oceania: An Essay in Ethnobotany. BP Bishop Museum Bulletin 236. Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu,Hawaii. Ethnology Monographs 19, Department of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh and Oceania Monograph 56, University of Sydney, Sydney. Still good to think with: the sweet potato in Oceania. In The Sweet Potato in Oceania: A Reappraisal.
Debates about the introduction and diffusion of Ipomoea batatas in the Pacific have gone on for a century although largely without the benefit of a thorough botanical understanding of the plant. The problem of the sweet potato in polynesia.
The problem of the sweet potato in Polynesia. American Anthropologist
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Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Category: Indigenous Cultures; Pacific Ocean; Anthropology. From Australia to . Destination, rates & speeds. 2. The Sweet Potato and Oceania: An Essay in Ethnobotany (Bulletin Series: N. 36). Douglas E. Yen. Published by Bishop Museum Pr 1974-06 (1974). ISBN 10: 0910240175 ISBN 13: 9780910240178.
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The Sweet Potato and Oceania: An Essay in Ethnobotany. Yen, Douglas Ernest was born on March 20, 1924 in Wellington, New Zealand. Son of Ernest Hai and Lily (Chan Ting) Yen. came to the United States, 1966. 40175/?tag prabook0b-20. Bachelor in Agricultural Science, Massey Agricultural College, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 1947; Master in Agricultural Science, Massey Agricultural College, 1948; D in Science, U. Auckland (New Zealand), 1975.