Flora medicinal de Colombia by Hernando García Barriga, , Instituto de Ciencias Naturales, Universidad Nacional edition, Soft in Spanish. Title, Flora medicinal de Colombia: botanica medica. Author, Hernando Garcia Barriga. Edition, 2. Publisher, Tercer Mundo, Export Citation, BiBTeX. Flora medicinal de Colombia: Botanica medica by Hernando Garcia Barriga at – ISBN – ISBN – Tercer.
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During his career, Garcia Barriga collected plant species which had traditional uses in indigenous cultures, and those used for healing. Related entities Universidad nacional de Colombia: P Langley C. In he helped found the Institute of Botany later to become the Institute of Natural Sciences at the University, as well as helping to establish the first Botanical Garden in Colombia in Pre-set filters help narrow searches by geographic regions predominantly represented in expedition records.
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He was a professor at the National University of Columbia. In he made his first expedition to the forests of Putomayo and decided to produce a multi-volume work dedicated to the medicinal plants of Colombia.
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