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Mohammad Majdi, Ghasem Karimzadeh, Mohammad A. Malboobi, Reza Omidbaigi, and Ghader Mirzaghaderi

some medicinal plants ( Adaniya and Shira, 2001 ; Gonzalez and Weathers, 2003 ), it has not been observed for feverfew. The development of tetraploid feverfew may play an important role in the generation of triploid lines. The latter may have higher

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Maedza K. Vuwani, Mpumelelo Nkomo, Wonder Ngezimana, Nokwanda P. Makunga, and Fhatuwani N. Mudau

has been shown to have significantly high polyphenols, tannins, antioxidants, quecertins, and flavonoids which are all considered important measures of medicinal tea. However, the plant is mostly found in the wild and commercial cultivation of bush tea

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Zengqiang Ma, Shishang Li, Meijun Zhang, Shihao Jiang, and Yulan Xiao

constituents have antioxidant properties ( Shih et al., 2003 ). The international trade of medicinal plants is becoming a major force in the global economy, and the demands of A. formosanus are rapidly increasing in Chinese medicine. However, overharvesting

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Rongpei Yu, Ying Cheng, Yanfei Pu, Fan Li, and Shugang Lu

). It is renowned as an ornamental plant because of its magical resurrection ability, and it is an important medicinal plant listed in Chinese Pharmacopoeia ( Chinese Pharmacopoeia Committee, 2015 ). S. pulvinata is used in traditional Chinese medicine

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Julia Charlotte Robinson, Guochen Yang, Sanjun Gu, and Zhongge (Cindy) Lu

Before the emergence of modern medicine, humans used medicinal plants to cure human and animal ailments ( Rao et al., 2004 ). Fighting disease has been possible throughout human history by creating new medicines from “plant materials and antibiotics

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Li Liu, Lin Jin, and Qiaosheng Guo

effects ( National Pharmacopoeia Committee, 2015 ). Because of its edible and medicinal applications, the current resource of G. longituba is not easily satisfying the increasing demand, and an effective cultivation system of the plant needs to be

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Qingling Li, Yuesheng Yang, and Hong Wu

Echinacea purpurea is an important herbaceous plant primarily native to North America ( McGregor, 1968 ) and has received considerable attention for its ornamental and medicinal value in recent years. E. purpurea has long been a popular

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Juan Chen, Nianhe Xia, Xiaoming Wang, Richard C. Beeson Jr., and Jianjun Chen

Lonicera confusa (Sweet) DC., Lonicera fulvotomentosa Hsu et S.C. Cheng, Lonicera japonica Thunb., Lonicera hypoglauca Miq., and Lonicera macranthoides Hands.-Mazz., are medicinal plants ( Zeng et al., 2017 ). Dried flowers and buds of honeysuckles

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Kathryn M. Kleitz, Marisa M. Wall, Constance L. Falk, Charles A. Martin, Marta D. Remmenga, and Steven J. Guldan

. New Mexico encompasses a range of climatic zones, and many medicinal plants that are in demand could be grown in the state. If production practices could be determined, many farms could supplement the production of agronomic and vegetable crops with

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Jessica D. Lubell and Mark H. Brand

Medicinal interest in hemp is attributable to its production of unique terpenophenolic substances, called cannabinoids, which are concentrated in the glandular trichomes of the plant ( Mechoulam, 1970 ; Potter, 2014 ). More than 100 cannabinoids