Como as pessoas selecionam plantas medicinais em sistemas médicos locais?

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Ano de defesa: 2018
Autor(a) principal: CAETANO, Roberta de Almeida lattes
Orientador(a): MEDEIROS, Patrícia Muniz de
Banca de defesa: FEITOSA, Ivanilda Soares, FERREIRA JÚNIOR, Washington Soares, ARAÚJO, Thiago Antônio de Souza, SILVA, Taline Cristina da
Tipo de documento: Dissertação
Tipo de acesso: Acesso aberto
Idioma: por
Instituição de defesa: Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco
Programa de Pós-Graduação: Programa de Pós-Graduação em Botânica
Departamento: Departamento de Biologia
País: Brasil
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Link de acesso: http://www.tede2.ufrpe.br:8080/tede2/handle/tede2/7265
Resumo: The importance of medicinal plants in a culture has been measured in terms of its popularity and versatility. The most popular plants are those known to most local people, while the most versatile plants have the most therapeutic indications. Previous ethnobotanical works have indicated clues about some factors that may influence the popularity of medicinal plants, such as availability, efficiency, palatability and taste attributes. Besides the popularity, one can expect that the versatility of medicinal plants is also explained by these factors. However, these factors have been approached in these studies as isolated explanatory models, which may influence the selection of medicinal plants, in some cases without considering local perception. In addition, most of these studies present anecdotal information. Thus, this study aimed to test whether the local perception of efficiency, availability, palatability and taste interfered with the popularity and versatility of medicinal plants. Therefore, this research was conducted in two rural communities, located within the Catimbau National Park, in the state of Pernambuco. The free-listing technique was used to identify the medicinal plants known and used in the communities. From this list, 20 ethnoespecies were drawn to the next stage. For the collection of information as a part used, therapeutic indications and the place of collection of these plants, as well as to obtain socioeconomic data about the informants, semi-structured interviews were conducted. Regarding the data about people's perception of the factors evaluated, the informants who participated in the first stage were invited to perform scoring exercises for the 20 drawn plants known and/or used by them. Multiple linear regression analyzes were used to assess whether the local perception of efficiency, palatability and availability together influenced the popularity and versatility of the species. We verified that in the studied context, none of the models kept all variables as explanatory for popularity and the versatility of medicinal plants. However, availability and efficiency acted together to explain the versatility in one community, while palatability was inversely related to popularity and versatility in another community. Therefore, this study evidenced that the variables that have been studied in an isolated way in the literature to evaluate the importance of medicinal plants can better explain this phenomenon when evaluated jointly, being the efficiency and the availability of stronger factors to explain the versatility. Additionally, it is concluded that relatively close communities may have distinct factors as guides of popularity and versatility, leading to the challenge of unveiling the driving forces of such differences.
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spelling MEDEIROS, Patrícia Muniz deALBUQUERQUE, Ulysses Paulino deFEITOSA, Ivanilda SoaresFERREIRA JÚNIOR, Washington SoaresARAÚJO, Thiago Antônio de SouzaSILVA, Taline Cristina dahttp://lattes.cnpq.br/9536379154354042CAETANO, Roberta de Almeida2018-05-23T14:52:33Z2018-02-26CAETANO, Roberta de Almeida. Como as pessoas selecionam plantas medicinais em sistemas médicos locais?. 2018. 56 f. Dissertação (Programa de Pós-Graduação em Botânica) - Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Recife.http://www.tede2.ufrpe.br:8080/tede2/handle/tede2/7265The importance of medicinal plants in a culture has been measured in terms of its popularity and versatility. The most popular plants are those known to most local people, while the most versatile plants have the most therapeutic indications. Previous ethnobotanical works have indicated clues about some factors that may influence the popularity of medicinal plants, such as availability, efficiency, palatability and taste attributes. Besides the popularity, one can expect that the versatility of medicinal plants is also explained by these factors. However, these factors have been approached in these studies as isolated explanatory models, which may influence the selection of medicinal plants, in some cases without considering local perception. In addition, most of these studies present anecdotal information. Thus, this study aimed to test whether the local perception of efficiency, availability, palatability and taste interfered with the popularity and versatility of medicinal plants. Therefore, this research was conducted in two rural communities, located within the Catimbau National Park, in the state of Pernambuco. The free-listing technique was used to identify the medicinal plants known and used in the communities. From this list, 20 ethnoespecies were drawn to the next stage. For the collection of information as a part used, therapeutic indications and the place of collection of these plants, as well as to obtain socioeconomic data about the informants, semi-structured interviews were conducted. Regarding the data about people's perception of the factors evaluated, the informants who participated in the first stage were invited to perform scoring exercises for the 20 drawn plants known and/or used by them. Multiple linear regression analyzes were used to assess whether the local perception of efficiency, palatability and availability together influenced the popularity and versatility of the species. We verified that in the studied context, none of the models kept all variables as explanatory for popularity and the versatility of medicinal plants. However, availability and efficiency acted together to explain the versatility in one community, while palatability was inversely related to popularity and versatility in another community. Therefore, this study evidenced that the variables that have been studied in an isolated way in the literature to evaluate the importance of medicinal plants can better explain this phenomenon when evaluated jointly, being the efficiency and the availability of stronger factors to explain the versatility. Additionally, it is concluded that relatively close communities may have distinct factors as guides of popularity and versatility, leading to the challenge of unveiling the driving forces of such differences.Em vários estudos etnobiológicos e etnofarmacológicos, a importância de plantas medicinais em uma cultura tem sido medida em termos de sua popularidade e versatilidade. As plantas mais populares são aquelas conhecidas pela maioria das pessoas locais, enquanto as mais versáteis são as que apresentam o maior número de indicações terapêuticas. Trabalhos etnobotânicos prévios têm indicado pistas sobre alguns fatores que podem influenciar na popularidade de plantas medicinais, tais como a disponibilidade, a eficiência, a palatabilidade e os atributos de sabor. Além da popularidade, pode-se esperar que a versatilidade de plantas medicinais também seja explicada por esses fatores. Contudo, esses fatores têm sido abordados nesses estudos como modelos explicativos isolados, que podem influenciar na seleção das plantas medicinais, em alguns casos sem considerar a percepção local. Adicionalmente, a maior parte desses estudos apresentam informações anedóticas. Diante disso, este estudo se propôs a testar se a percepção local sobre a eficiência, a disponibilidade, a palatabilidade e o sabor interferiam na popularidade e na versatilidade de plantas medicinais. Para tanto, esta investigação foi conduzida em duas comunidades rurais, localizada dentro do Parque Nacional do Catimbau, no estado de Pernambuco. A técnica lista-livre foi utilizada para identificar as plantas medicinais conhecidas/utilizadas nas comunidades. A partir dessa lista, 20 etnoespécies foram sorteadas para a etapa seguinte. Para a coleta de informações como parte utilizada, indicações terapêuticas e o local de coleta dessas plantas, bem como para a obtenção de dados socioeconômicos sobre os informantes, foram realizadas entrevistas semiestruturadas. No que se refere aos dados sobre a percepção das pessoas a respeito dos fatores avaliados, os informantes que participaram da primeira etapa foram convidados a realizar exercícios de pontuação para as 20 plantas-parte sorteadas conhecidas e utilizadas por eles. Análises de regressões lineares múltiplas foram empregadas para avaliar se a percepção local sobre a eficiência, a palatabilidade e a disponibilidade de forma conjunta exerciam influência sobre a popularidade e sobre a versatilidade das espécies. Verificamos no contexto estudado que nenhum dos modelos manteve todas as variáveis como explicativas para popularidade e a versatilidade das plantas medicinais. No entanto a disponibilidade e a eficiência atuaram de forma conjunta para explicar a versatilidade em uma das comunidades, enquanto a palatabilidade relacionou-se inversamente ora à popularidade, ora à versatilidade em outra comunidade. Portanto, este estudo evidenciou que, as variáveis que vem sendo estudadas de forma isolada na literatura para avaliar a importância das plantas medicinais podem explicar melhor esse fenômeno quando avaliadas de forma conjunta, sendo a eficiência e a disponibilidade fatores mais fortes para explicar a versatilidade. Adicionalmente, conclui-se que comunidades relativamente próximas podem ter fatores distintos como norteadores da popularidade e versatilidade, levando ao desafio de desvendar as forças motrizes de tais diferenças.Submitted by Mario BC (mario@bc.ufrpe.br) on 2018-05-23T14:52:33Z No. of bitstreams: 1 Roberta de Almeida Caetano.pdf: 482294 bytes, checksum: bdd4c295f6929e58fafb3a9886bc17e4 (MD5)Made available in DSpace on 2018-05-23T14:52:33Z (GMT). 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dc.title.por.fl_str_mv Como as pessoas selecionam plantas medicinais em sistemas médicos locais?
title Como as pessoas selecionam plantas medicinais em sistemas médicos locais?
spellingShingle Como as pessoas selecionam plantas medicinais em sistemas médicos locais?
CAETANO, Roberta de Almeida
Planta medicinal
Etnobotânica
Popularidade
Versatilidade
CIENCIAS BIOLOGICAS::BOTANICA
title_short Como as pessoas selecionam plantas medicinais em sistemas médicos locais?
title_full Como as pessoas selecionam plantas medicinais em sistemas médicos locais?
title_fullStr Como as pessoas selecionam plantas medicinais em sistemas médicos locais?
title_full_unstemmed Como as pessoas selecionam plantas medicinais em sistemas médicos locais?
title_sort Como as pessoas selecionam plantas medicinais em sistemas médicos locais?
author CAETANO, Roberta de Almeida
author_facet CAETANO, Roberta de Almeida
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dc.contributor.advisor-co1.fl_str_mv ALBUQUERQUE, Ulysses Paulino de
dc.contributor.referee1.fl_str_mv FEITOSA, Ivanilda Soares
dc.contributor.referee2.fl_str_mv FERREIRA JÚNIOR, Washington Soares
dc.contributor.referee3.fl_str_mv ARAÚJO, Thiago Antônio de Souza
dc.contributor.referee4.fl_str_mv SILVA, Taline Cristina da
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dc.contributor.author.fl_str_mv CAETANO, Roberta de Almeida
contributor_str_mv MEDEIROS, Patrícia Muniz de
ALBUQUERQUE, Ulysses Paulino de
FEITOSA, Ivanilda Soares
FERREIRA JÚNIOR, Washington Soares
ARAÚJO, Thiago Antônio de Souza
SILVA, Taline Cristina da
dc.subject.por.fl_str_mv Planta medicinal
Etnobotânica
Popularidade
Versatilidade
topic Planta medicinal
Etnobotânica
Popularidade
Versatilidade
CIENCIAS BIOLOGICAS::BOTANICA
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description The importance of medicinal plants in a culture has been measured in terms of its popularity and versatility. The most popular plants are those known to most local people, while the most versatile plants have the most therapeutic indications. Previous ethnobotanical works have indicated clues about some factors that may influence the popularity of medicinal plants, such as availability, efficiency, palatability and taste attributes. Besides the popularity, one can expect that the versatility of medicinal plants is also explained by these factors. However, these factors have been approached in these studies as isolated explanatory models, which may influence the selection of medicinal plants, in some cases without considering local perception. In addition, most of these studies present anecdotal information. Thus, this study aimed to test whether the local perception of efficiency, availability, palatability and taste interfered with the popularity and versatility of medicinal plants. Therefore, this research was conducted in two rural communities, located within the Catimbau National Park, in the state of Pernambuco. The free-listing technique was used to identify the medicinal plants known and used in the communities. From this list, 20 ethnoespecies were drawn to the next stage. For the collection of information as a part used, therapeutic indications and the place of collection of these plants, as well as to obtain socioeconomic data about the informants, semi-structured interviews were conducted. Regarding the data about people's perception of the factors evaluated, the informants who participated in the first stage were invited to perform scoring exercises for the 20 drawn plants known and/or used by them. Multiple linear regression analyzes were used to assess whether the local perception of efficiency, palatability and availability together influenced the popularity and versatility of the species. We verified that in the studied context, none of the models kept all variables as explanatory for popularity and the versatility of medicinal plants. However, availability and efficiency acted together to explain the versatility in one community, while palatability was inversely related to popularity and versatility in another community. Therefore, this study evidenced that the variables that have been studied in an isolated way in the literature to evaluate the importance of medicinal plants can better explain this phenomenon when evaluated jointly, being the efficiency and the availability of stronger factors to explain the versatility. Additionally, it is concluded that relatively close communities may have distinct factors as guides of popularity and versatility, leading to the challenge of unveiling the driving forces of such differences.
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