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Indigenous peoples . London, UK : Zed . Spruce , R. ( 1908 ). Notes of a botanist on the Amazon & Andes: Being records of travel on the Amazon and its tributaries, the

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Microbiol Infect 2012 18 19 37 Pfaller, M.A., Andes, D., Arendrup, M.C., Diekema, D.J., Espinel

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Master Agreement established between the Universidad de los Andes and the Universidad Nacional de Colombia and the Memorandum of Understanding entered into by the chemistry departments of both universities. References

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differentiation in morphology and cold resistance in populations of Colobanthus quitensis (Caryophyllaceae) from the Andes of Central Chile and the Maritime Antarctic . – Arctic, Antarctic, Alpine Res. 36 ( 4 ): 484 – 489 . https://doi.org/10

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. C. , Kageyama , S. A. , Halloy , S. R. P. and Schadt , C. W. ( 2008 ): Mycorrhizal and dark-septate fungi in plant roots above 4270 meters elevation in the Andes and rocky mountains. – Arct. Antarct. Alp. Res. 40 : 576 – 583 . https

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reached Central America and Mexico (from its origins in the Andes) since at least 5,000 years BCE ( Carmody, Caffrey, Lady, & Horn, 2017 ). Tobacco was one of the preferred “power plants” or “plant teachers” used nearly everywhere in the Americas, where it

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. Ancient psychoactive plant use in the North Andes In his article “ The Use of Psychoactive Plants and Fungi by Ancient Indigenous Populations of the North Andes,” Manuel Torres presents evidence of the widespread ceremonial use of entheogenic

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León, Y. V., Pócs, T. & Rico, R. R. R. (1998): Registros para la brioflora de los Andes Venezolanos, I. - Cryptogamie, Bryol. Lichénol. 19 : 15-39. Registros para la brioflora de los Andes Venezolanos, I

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. E. ( 1983 ). Richard Spruce: An early ethnobotanist and explorer of the northwest Amazon and northern Andes . Journal of Ethnobiology, 3 ( 2 ), 139 – 147 . Retrieved February 1, 2018, from https://ethnobiology.org/sites/default/files/pdfs/JoE/3

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-restrained and are not always able to follow the routine protocol dictating slow ascent. Other subjects who can benefit from pre-acclimatization are people traveling by plane to high-altitude cities (e.g., The Andes or Tibet) or elite athletes facing competitions

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