Sarina Veldman
Sarina Veldman
PhD student, Uppsala University
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A review of the trade in orchids and its implications for conservation
A Hinsley, HJ De Boer, MF Fay, SW Gale, LM Gardiner, RS Gunasekara, ...
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 186 (4), 435-455, 2018
Vernacular dominance in folk taxonomy: a case study of ethnospecies in medicinal plant trade in Tanzania
J Otieno, S Abihudi, S Veldman, M Nahashon, T van Andel, HJ de Boer
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 11, 1-7, 2015
Molecular Species Delimitation in the Racomitrium canescens Complex (Grimmiaceae) and Implications for DNA Barcoding of Species Complexes in Mosses
M Stech, S Veldman, J Larraín, J Muñoz, D Quandt, K Hassel, H Kruijer
PLoS One 8 (1), e53134, 2013
The forgotten Hermann Herbarium: a 17th century collection of useful plants from Suriname
T Van Andel, S Veldman, P Maas, G Thijsse, M Eurlings
Taxon 61 (6), 1296-1304, 2012
Conservation of endangered wild harvested medicinal plants: use of DNA barcoding
S Veldman, J Otieno, B Gravendeel, T Andel, H Boer
Novel plant bioresources: applications in food, medicine and cosmetics, 81-88, 2014
DNA barcoding augments conventional methods for identification of medicinal plant species traded at Tanzanian markets
S Veldman, Y Ju, JN Otieno, S Abihudi, C Posthouwer, B Gravendeel, ...
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 250, 112495, 2020
High-throughput sequencing of African chikanda cake highlights conservation challenges in orchids
S Veldman, B Gravendeel, JN Otieno, Y Lammers, E Duijm, A Nieman, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 26, 2029-2046, 2017
Efforts urged to tackle thriving illegal orchid trade in Tanzania and Zambia for chikanda production
S Veldman, J Otieno, T van Andel, B Gravendeel, HJ de Boer
Traffic Bulletin 26 (2), 47-50, 2014
Quantitative market survey of non-woody plants sold at Kariakoo Market in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
C Posthouwer, S Veldman, S Abihudi, JN Otieno, TR van Andel, ...
Journal of ethnopharmacology 222, 280-287, 2018
Trade in Zambian Edible Orchids—DNA Barcoding Reveals the Use of Unexpected Orchid Taxa for Chikanda
S Veldman, SJ Kim, TR Van Andel, M Bello Font, RE Bone, B Bytebier, ...
Genes 9 (12), 595, 2018
The forgotten Hermann Herbarium: A historical collection of useful plants from Suriname (ca. 1689)
S Veldman, PJM Maas, G Thijsse, TR van Andel
NCB Naturalis http://www. hermann-herbarium. nl/planten/plant26. html, 2012
Knappe Knollen
S Veldman
Der Palmengarten 86 (1), 54-59, 2023
Wildlife trade.
M Jahanbanifard, MA Veltman, S Veldman, I Hartvig, C Cowell, F Lens, ...
Advanced Books, 2022
Chapter 25. Wildlife trade
M Jahanbanifard, MA Veltman, S Veldman, I Hartvig, C Cowell, F Lens, ...
Molecular identification of plants: from sequence to species. Advanced Books …, 2022
Une étude du commerce des orchidées et de ses conséquences en termes de conservation.
A Hinsley, HJ De Boer, MF Fay, SW Gale, L Gardiner, RS Gunasekara, ...
[" L'Orchidophile"] 52 (230), 2021
Markets, mixtures and molecular methods: investigating medicinal plant and edible orchid diversity in Tanzania and Zambia
S Veldman
Trade in Zambian edible terrestrial orchids-molecular identification reveals use of previously undocumented orchid taxa for chikanda.
S Veldman, S Kim, N Wightman, R Vinya, G Mpatwa, D Chuba, RE Bone, ...
Three’sa charm–identification of medicinal plant species traded at Tanzanian markets using a combination of literature, molecular and morphological methods.
S Veldman, Y Ju, C Posthouwer, S Abihudi, JN Otieno, B Gravendeel, ...
A quantitative market survey of medicinal plants used in Dar-es-Salaam and Tanga.
S Veldman, S Abihudi, C Posthouwer, TR van Andel, JN Otieno, ...
DNA barcoding approaches highlight conservation challenges in chikanda orchids in southern and southeastern Africa
H De Boer, S Veldman, JN Otieno, B Bytebier, TR Van Andel, ...
Genome 60 (11), 925-926, 2017
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