stone sculpture, goldwork, and painted textiles.
Most research on this subject has concentrated on the use of San Pedro cactus ( Trichocereus sp.) on the Peruvian north coast and adjacent mountains of the North Central Andes on archeological
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botanist on the Amazon & Andes . Retrieved from https://archive.org/details/notesofbotanisto11908spru/page/n8 . Thase , M. E. , McCrone , P. , Barrett , M. S. , Eells , T. D. , Wisniewski , S. R. , Balasubramani , G. K. , ( 2020
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Pfaller, M. A., Diekema, D. J., Ostrosky-Zeichner, L., Rex, J. H., Alexander, B. D., Andes, D., Brown, S. D., Chaturvedi, V., Ghannoum, M. A., Knapp, C. C. D. J., Sheehan, D. J., Walsh, T. J.: Correlation of MIC with outcome for Candida species tested
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Andes, D., Proctor, R., Bush, R. K., Pasic, T. R.: Report of successful prolonged antifungal therapy for refractory allergic fungal sinusitis. Clin Infect Dis 31 , 202-204 (2000).
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mainly spread along the Andes and neighboring regions, there is a general tendency to see the origins of the inhalation practice in the northern Amazon basin. The hypothesis of a cultural movement from the lowlands to the highlands seems corroborated by
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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