2 edition of indigenous trees of the Uganda Protectorate. found in the catalog.
indigenous trees of the Uganda Protectorate.
William Julius Eggeling
|Statement||by William J. Eggeling with a foreword by Sir Arthur Hill.|
|LC Classifications||QK491.U3 E3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 296 p.|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||41002065|
Uganda and its peoples; notes on the protectorate of Uganda, especially the anthropology and ethnology of its indigenous races [James Frederick Cunningham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the . Distributional Range: Native Africa. NORTHEAST TROPICAL AFRICA: Sudan EAST TROPICAL AFRICA: Tanzania (n.), Uganda WEST-CENTRAL TROPICAL AFRICA: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon WEST TROPICAL AFRICA: Cote D'Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria SOUTH TROPICAL AFRICA: Angola Cultivated .
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Indigenous trees of the Uganda Protectorate. [Entebbe, Uganda, Printed by the government printer, ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Julius Eggeling.
The indigenous trees of the Uganda Protectorate [William Julius Eggeling] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Published by the authority of the Government of the Uganda Protectorate which is no longer in existence.
This protectorate of the British Empire existed from to This book was designed for the use of field workers and all those interested in. Indigenous trees of the Uganda Protectorate.
Entebbe, Govt. Printer [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Julius Indigenous trees of the Uganda Protectorate.
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pp pp. Abstract: The new edition is much enlarged and has many new illustrations. KEYWORDS: Uganda uganda Subject Category: Geographic EntitiesCited by: Otherwise called mvule. Uganda's and West Africa’s most valued timber. With acknowledgement to the famous Eggeling and Dale reference book ‘Indigenous trees of the Uganda Protectorate”.
Printed in Entebbe by the Government Printer in the ’s, it remains to this day the definitive reference for our indigenous trees.5/5.
All workers on the trees of Uganda will welcome this published form of a thesis for the degree of Ph.D. Edinburgh. Though it appears in the form of a flora, with keys to families, genera and species, descriptions, and a wealth of clear photographs and line drawings, it is more of a personal product than a compilation of all existing by: 2.
The British Protectorate of Uganda was a protectorate of the British Empire from to In the Imperial British East Africa Company transferred its administration rights of territory consisting mainly of Buganda Kingdom to the British Government.
In the Uganda Protectorate was established, and the territory was extended beyond the borders of Buganda Capital: Entebbe. The Vegetation of Namanve Swamp, Uganda () Fifteen Uganda timbers () The Indigenous Trees of Uganda () An annotated list of the grasses of the Uganda Protectorate () Elementary forestry: A first textbook for forest rangers () The Indigenous Trees of the Uganda Protectorate () Forestry in Tanganyika, () The Alma mater: University of Edinburgh, University.
The most useful works (which snould be in the library of every Forest Officer in Uganda), are indicated by double asterisks. To all the authors I wish to express my indebtedness. The usual difficulty has been experienced in deciding what species to include and what to exclude; i.e.
as to where shrubs end and trees : William J. Eggeling. With acknowledgement to the famous Eggeling and Dale reference book ‘Indigenous trees of the Uganda Protectorate”. Printed in Entebbe by the Government Printer in the ’s, it remains to this day the definitive reference for our indigenous trees.
The Indigenous Trees of the Uganda Protectorate. Dealer. Dublin, IE. Price. USD. Buy now. About the item. 21 cm x cm. Frontispiece, XXII, pages. 43 full-page-photographs, numerous line drawings. Colour map of Uganda Protectorate's annual rainfall tipped-in on front endpaper showing Uganda's Protectorate with its Average.
ABOUT 50 indigenous tree species that had diminished in some parts of Mabira Central Forest Reserve due to encroachment have been restored, a new study has shown.
Eggeling, W.J. & Dale, I.R. () The indigenous trees of the Uganda Protectorate, 2nd edn. Government Printer, Entebbe. Fao () State of the World's forests. The Indigenous Trees of the Uganda Protectorate by Eggeling, William J; Dale, Ivan R (revised and enlarged) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A descriptive list of the indigenous trees of the Uganda Protectorate Author: Eggeling, William J.
Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh Current Institution: University of Edinburgh Date of Award: Availability of Full Text:Author: William J. Eggeling.
References: Eggeling WJ, Dale I. Indigenous Trees of the Uganda Protectorate. Entebbe, Uganda: Government Printer; ; pp. Figuereido E, Smith GF. The indigenous peoples of Uganda include ancient communities of hunters and gatherers, such as Benet and Batwa, also known as Twa.
They also include minority groups like the Ik, the Karamojong and the Basongora. The Benets, who number just over 8, live in the northeastern part of Uganda.
The Batwa, who number about 6, live mainly in the southwest region. Other articles where Uganda protectorate is discussed: Kenya: The British East Africa Company: territory in what is now Uganda; when it became involved with the kingdoms of Buganda and Bunyoro, it incurred a great debt and therefore was forced to limit its activities to regions nearer the coast.
This financial problem was finally resolved in when the British government. Conservation of indigenous tree species is crucial for restoration of ecosystems and provision of livelihood support functions 1.
Conservation of indigenous tree species is not just a recent practice. Rural communities have, for long, relied on indigenous trees for food, medicine and income These species also. Tropical fruit trees constitute important biological resources in the global agrobiodiversity con-text.
Unlike the tropical fruit trees of American and Asian origin, indigenous fruit trees (IFT) of tropical Africa have scarcely achieved the status of international recognition in commodity mar-kets and research arena Size: 2MB.The Africa Uganda Plants Guide.
On this Uganda Plants Guide is where you find info about Useful flora in Uganda; Food crops, Cash crops, Trees, Medicines, Shrubs, grasses, fruits, vegetable and flowers growing in Africa.Table of Contents for Indigenous fruit trees in the tropics: domestication, utilization and commercialization / edited by Festus K.
Akinnifesi [et al.], available from the .