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Matthew H. Kramer, Ellen T. Paparozzi, and Walter W. Stroup

biologists. For example, an Amazon.com (Seattle, WA) search on “statistics biology,” done 11 Mar. 2015, brings up 3785 results. Many of these are books with material on common issues in horticultural research. Although emphases differ, many of these books

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Philipp W. Simon

cultivars and production technologies, but also provide a sounding board for horticultural scientists to obtain expanded feedback on consumer issues. Success in increasing intake of vegetables and fruits will require not only greater innovation

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Ahmad Hassan, Chen Qibing, Jiang Tao, Lv Bing-Yang, Li Nian, Shu Li, Li Yu Tng, Jun Zhuo Li, Shang Guan Ziyue, and Muhammad Sohaib Tahir

was launched in 2009 to control for ADHD and stress issues in humans, with 86% accurate results ( Mostow et al., 2011 ). Brainwaves typically appear during both resting and active states. Our behaviors, thoughts, and emotions are reflections of

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Derrick R. Stowell, J. Mark Fly, William E. Klingeman, Caula A. Beyl, Angela J. Wozencroft, Douglas L. Airhart, and P.J. Snodgrass

and Rehabilitation through Horticulture, reflected two main viewpoints: therapy and rehabilitation ( Shoemaker, 2002 ). The council also included volunteers from garden clubs, programs in human service, professionals in horticulture, and individuals

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Sarada Krishnan, Heather Kirk-Ballard, Esther McGinnis, and Lauren Garcia Chance

), horticultural trials and demonstration gardens (6), food production (3), and other (6) ( Table 1 ). Question 12: In your line of work associated with CH, what are the three big questions you want answered? What are some issues you are faced with that go

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Harlene Hatterman-Valenti

course in the report must also have multiple measures of assessment with at least one direct measurement. Table 1. Three-year timeline of courses included in the assessment report for the horticulture and forestry program at North Dakota State University

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Kent D. Kobayashi, Theodore J.K. Radovich, and Brooke E. Moreno

curricula ( Cusick, 2008 ). The university's goal is to become an active participant in higher education for sustainability and renewability, with the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) and the Department of Tropical Plant and Soil

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Hye-Ji Kim

ecological health but also to human health by restricting food and nutritional constituents available for human consumption ( Burlingame and Dernini, 2010 ; Díaz et al., 2006 ). These concerns have stimulated interest in seeking alternative specialty crops

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Megan Holmes and Tina M. Waliczek

, 2017 ). As a means of education and vocational rehabilitation, horticulture programs were historically integrated into detention facilities across the United States ( Rice and Remy, 1994 ). Many prisoners have participated in horticultural activities

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Jules Janick and Kim Hummer

professions devoted to plants (botany, pharmacy, and horticulture). The Iceman, a Bronze Age man from ≈5300 years ago murdered in the Italian Alps, carried a birch fungus attached to a leather thong probably for medicinal use. HEALTH AND HORTICULTURE The