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DALMATIAN WILD PLANTS

Marta Miletić
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TitleDALMATINSKO SAMONIKLO BILJE
AuthorMarta Miletić
Mentor(s)Nikolina Gaćina (thesis advisor)
AbstractNa području Dalmacije postoji oko 3 500 svojti samoniklog bilja, što ju svrstava među najbogatije florističke regije u Europi. Zanimljiva je činjenica da mnoge biljke pripadaju gotovo svim kategorijama: od aromatičnog i začinskog bilja, preko ljekovitog i medonosnog pa sve do ukrasnog. Samoniklo bilje je u prošlosti imalo ključnu ulogu u prehranjivanju stanovnika Dalmacije ali i Hrvatske, pogotovo u ratno doba i doba oskudice. Također se samoniklo bilje koristilo u narodnoj medicini, a u novije vrijeme znanstvena istraživanja su potvrdila njihova ljekovita svojstva za liječenje od raznih bolesti. Danas, osim u medicinske svrhe samoniklo bilje ima sve veći odjek u gastronomiji. Tako se od samoniklog bilja mogu praviti razne delicije, od hladnih i toplih predjela, pa sve do slastica. Samoniklo bilje ima veliki potencijal za razvoj ruralnog turizma, koji nažalost nije u potpunost iskorišten. Tradicionalni proizvodi napravljeni od samoniklog bilja poput mirisnih sapuna i balzama, eteričnih ulja, tradicionalnih kolača i alkoholnih pića samo su dio turističke ponude ruralnog turizma. Najveći i trajni suvenir o nekoj turističkoj destinaciji je ipak zadovoljstvo turista koji se mjeri ponovnim povratkom.
Keywordswild plants nutritional properties healing powers gastronomy rural tourism
Parallel title (English)DALMATIAN WILD PLANTS
Committee MembersAna Udovičić (committee chairperson)
Tanja Radić Lakoš (committee member)
Nikolina Gaćina (committee member)
GranterVeleučilište u Šibeniku
Lower level organizational unitsMenadžment
PlaceŠibenik
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineBIOTECHNICAL SCIENCES
Nutrition
Study programme typeprofessional
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeManagement; specializations in: Tourism Management, Information Management
Study specializationTourism Management
Academic title abbreviationbacc.oec.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-09-14
Parallel abstract (English)In the area of Dalmatia, there are about 3 500 species of wild plants which puts it among one of the richest floristic region in Europe. Interesting is the fact that many plants belong to almost all categories of aromatic and seasoning herbs and medicinal through to ornamental. Wild plants in the past had a key role of feeding the population of Dalmatian and Croatian, especially in times of war and times of scarcity. Also, the wild plants are used in traditional medicine, in more recent times scientific studies have confirmed their medical properties for the treatment of various diseases. Today, except for medical purposes wild plants have increasing resonance in gastronomy. Also from wild plants can make a different specialties from hot and cold appetizers to desserts. Wild plants have great potential for the development of rural tourism, which unfortunately are not used properly. Traditional products made from wild plants such as scented soaps and balsam, essential oils, traditional cakes and alcoholic drinks are just part of tourist offer of rural tourism. But the greatest and permanent souvenir of all is the satisfaction of tourists which is measured by returning.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)samoniklo bilje nutritivna svojstva ljekovitost gastronomija ruralni turizam
Resource typetext
Access conditionAccess restricted to higher education institution's students and staff
Terms of usehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/hr/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:143:296287
CommitterNives Paškov Milošević