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Scientist Profile: Ethnobotanist

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Dave Morris is an ethnobotanist with the Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix, where he studies how native peoples in Arizona gathered plant materials for ...

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© 2006

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Learn that the field of ethnobotany is the study of how people and plants interact. Explore the job of ethnobotanist Dave Morris and his studies on how the Hohokam used plant materials for food, glue, medicine and baskets.


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