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BibliografíaAbimbola, Kola. Yoruba Culture, A Philosophical Account, UnitedKingdom, Iroko Academy Publishers Company, (200...
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  1. 1. © 2012- biblioteca águila de ifa –ejemplar gratis
  2. 2. BibliografíaAbimbola, Kola. Yoruba Culture, A Philosophical Account, UnitedKingdom, Iroko Academy Publishers Company, (2006).Adeola, M.O. Importance of wild animals and their parts in theculture, religious festivals and traditional medicine in Nigeria.Environ. Conserv. 19: 25-134. (1992)Aiyeloja A.A, Bello O. A., Ethnobotanical potentials of commonherbs in Nigeria: A case study of Enugu state. Educational Researchand Review Vol. 1 (1), pp. 16-22, April 2006.Angelletti LR, Agrinni CC, French D, Mariani-Contantini R.Healing ritual and sacred serpents. Lancet 340: 223-225 (1992).Banjo AD, Lawal OA, Olubanjo OA & Owolana OA.Ethnozoological knowledge and perception of the value of insectsamong the Ijebus (southwestern Nigeria). Journal of Pure & AppliedScience 1-6. 2003Banjo, A. D., O. A. Lawal, A. O. Olubanjo & O. A. Owolana.Ethno-zoological knowledge and perception of the value of insectsamong the Ijebus (South Western Nigeria). Global Journal of Pureand Applied Sciences, 10 (1): 1-6. 2004.
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  4. 4. Jegede, Ayodele Samuel. The Yoruba Cultural Construction ofHealth and Illness. Nordic Journal of African Studies 11(3): 322-335(2002).Lawal, O. A. y Banjo, A. D. Survey for the Usage of Arthropods inTraditional Medicine in Southwestern Nigeria. Journal ofEntomology: 104-112. Academic Journals. 2007Makinde M.A, African Philosophy, Culture, and TraditionalMedicine, (US, Center for International Studies, Ohio University,1988).Morakinyo, O. The Yoruba ayanmo myth and mental health care.West Africa Journal of Cultures and Ideas 1(1): 61–92. 1983.Oke, E. A. Traditional health services: an investigation of providersand the level and pattern of utilization among the Yoruba. IUP. 1982.Osunwole S. A. Traditional Medicinal Uses of Selected Plants onthe University of Ibadan Campus. The Nigr. Field 64: 168-173.(1999)Payne, N. Towards an emancipatory sociology: abandoninguniversality for the true indigenisation. International Sociology3(2): 161–70. 1992.Rinne, Eva-Marita. Water and Healing - Experiences from theTraditional Healers in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Nordic Journal of AfricanStudies 10 (1): 41-65 (2001)
  5. 5. Soewu, Durojaye A; Wild animals in ethnozoological practicesamong the Yorubas of southwestern Nigeria and the implications forbiodiversity conservation. African Journal of Agricultural ResearchVol. 3 (6), pp. 421-427, June 2008Revista Cubana de Plantas Medicinales 2001.Verger, Pierre. The use of plants in Yoruba traditional medicine andits linguistic approach. Seminar paper delivered at a conference onTraditional Medicine in Yorubaland Department of AfricanLanguages and Literature, University of Ife, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. 1976Notas Privadas de Águila de Ifá

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