Alexandra M. Towns
Alexandra M. Towns
Adjunct Professor, Towson University
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Quantifying the domestic market in herbal medicine in Benin, West Africa
D Quiroz, A Towns, SI Legba, J Swier, S Brière, M Sosef, T van Andel
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 151 (3), 1100-1108, 2014
602014
Prioritizing West African medicinal plants for conservation and sustainable extraction studies based on market surveys and species distribution models
TR Van Andel, S Croft, EE Van Loon, D Quiroz, AM Towns, N Raes
Biological Conservation 181, 173-181, 2015
502015
Volume, value and floristic diversity of Gabon׳ s medicinal plant markets
AM Towns, D Quiroz, L Guinee, H de Boer, T van Andel
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 155 (2), 1184-1193, 2014
402014
Traditional medicine and childcare in Western Africa: Mothers’ knowledge, folk illnesses, and patterns of healthcare-seeking behavior
AM Towns, SM Eyi, T van Andel
PloS one 9 (8), e105972, 2014
372014
Local plant names reveal that enslaved Africans recognized substantial parts of the New World flora
TR Van Andel, CIEA van‘t Klooster, D Quiroz, AM Towns, S Ruysschaert, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (50), E5346-E5353, 2014
352014
Comparing local perspectives on women’s health with statistics on maternal mortality: an ethnobotanical study in Bénin and Gabon
AM Towns, T van Andel
BMC complementary and alternative medicine 14 (1), 113, 2014
232014
Wild plants, pregnancy, and the food-medicine continuum in the southern regions of Ghana and Benin
AM Towns, T Van Andel
Journal of ethnopharmacology 179, 375-382, 2016
182016
Evidence in support of the role of disturbance vegetation for women’s health and childcare in Western Africa
AM Towns, S Ruysschaert, E van Vliet, T van Andel
Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 10 (1), 42, 2014
182014
Consequences of the trans-Atlantic slave trade on medicinal plant selection: plant use for cultural bound syndromes affecting children in Suriname and Western Africa
T Vossen, A Towns, S Ruysschaert, D Quiroz, T van Andel
PLoS One 9 (11), e112345, 2014
172014
A billion cups: The diversity, traditional uses, safety issues and potential of Chinese herbal teas
Y Fu, J Yang, AB Cunningham, AM Towns, Y Zhang, H Yang, J Li, X Yang
Journal of ethnopharmacology 222, 217-228, 2018
162018
“The medicine from behind”: The frequent use of enemas in western African traditional medicine
T Van Andel, S Van Onselen, B Myren, A Towns, D Quiroz
Journal of ethnopharmacology 174, 637-643, 2015
142015
Fertility and fontanels: women's knowledge of medicinal plants for reproductive health and childcare in western Africa
AM Towns
Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Sector Botany, Leiden University, 2014
72014
Cultivated, caught, and collected: defining culturally appropriate foods in Tallé, Niger
AM Towns, D Potter, S Idrissa
Development in Practice 23 (2), 169-183, 2013
62013
Traditional, Indigenous, or Leafy? A Definition, Typology, and Way Forward for African Vegetables
AM Towns, C Shackleton
Economic Botany 72 (4), 461-477, 2018
22018
Gynaecological, andrological and urological problems: an ethnopharmacological perspective
T van Andel, H de Boer, A Towns
22015
Ethnobotany and Food Sovereignty among the Songhai People of Niger: Species, Local Knowledge, and Implications for Sustainable Rural Development
AM Towns
University of California, Davis, 2010
12010
In vitro antiplasmodial activity and cytotoxicity of 33 West African plants used for treatment of malaria
WC Teng, HH Kiat, R Suwanarusk, HL Koh, WC Teng, HH Kiat, ...
Medicinal Plants and Malaria: Applications, Trends, and Prospects 99 (8 …, 2016
2016
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