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Maenge gardens

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Françoise Panoff

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I. Numerical importance of clans in several villages including Matong

34

II. Village population

38

IIIa. Total number of coconut trees in Matong

42

IIIb. Producing and non-producing coconut trees

43

IV. Semi-domesticates resorted to either during famine periods or in normal circumstances

49

V. List of the trees planted on the village site in Matong

51

VI. Traditional cultigens found in the mixed taro gardens

53

VII. Newly introduced cultigens

54

VIII. Matong, crops planted in gardens cleared in primary forest

61

IX. Matong, crops planted in gardens cleared in short fallow land

62

X. Matong: crops planted in gardens cleared in short fallow land, details

63

XI. Matong, crops planted in gardens cleared in long fallow land

64

XII. Matong, crops planted in gardens cleared in land reverting to primary forest

65

XIII. Matong association of staple and coconut plantation

85

XIV. Food needs, Matong

90

XV. Characterisation of the cordyline cultivars worn by Kelatape

123

XVIa. Characterisation of the cordyline cultivars worn by Lonakurmia

126

XVIb. Characterisation of the cordyline cultivars worn by Pamatakote

128

XVIIa. Plants used by Maenge women as substitutes for cordyline leaves

129

XVIIb. Plants used by Maenge women for their costume in Malakuru village

129

XVIII. List of Maenge remedies

136

XIX. Cultigens used in the rite. Wild species used in the rite

168

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