Plants for food and medicine.
Kew: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 1998.
Octavo, paperback, 438 pp. black and white photographs, line grawings, maps.
The proceedings of the Economic Botany and the International Society of Ethnopharmacology conference, London, 1996, exploring the commercial and scientific potential of plants for food, health and drug industries. It focuses on the current state of 'pharmafoods' - the coalescence of food plants in health and healing; ethnopharmacology; new drug development; biodiversity and conservation; and the value of wild plant resources.