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Noelle J. Fuller, Ronald B. Pegg, James Affolter, and David Berle

. Ibrahim, M.E. Ibrahim, F. 2005 Effect of harvesting time on the production and chemical composition of tulsi leaves essential oil Ann. Agr. Sci. 50 3 13 Aggarwal, A. Mali, R.R. 2015 Ocimum tenuiflorum —A medicinal plant with its versatile uses Intl. J. Rec

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Gary W. Stutte

( Stutte et al., 2015 ). There is widespread adoption of LEDs in production of high-value medicinal crops across North America and Europe ( Badertscher and Badertscher, 2014 ). CONCLUSION The use of LEDs to support plant growth is a radical departure from

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Au Trung Vo, Imane Haddidi, Hussein Daood, Zoltan Mayer, and Katalin Posta

; Gianinazzi et al., 2010 ). Recently, the application of AMF in the cultivation of some medicinal plants has been evaluated for their influence on the biologically active secondary metabolites. Fifty medicinal plant species from 19 families have been described

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Md. Aktar Hossain, Sooah Kim, Kyoung Heon Kim, Sung-Joon Lee, and Hojoung Lee

hormone interactions Plant Mol. Biol. 58 497 513 Faudale, M. Viladomat, F. Bastida, J. Poli, F. Codina, C. 2008 Antioxidant activity and phenolic composition of wild, edible, and medicinal

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Meltem Bayraktar

Sairkar, P. Chandravanshi, M.K. Shukla, N.P. Mehrotra, N.N. 2009 Mass production of an economically important medicinal plant Stevia rebaudiana using in vitro propagation techniques J. Med. Plants Res. 3 4 725 731 Singh, S.D. Rao, G.P. 2005 Stevia: The

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Andrea L. Medina-Holguín, Sandra Micheletto, F. Omar Holguín, Jaime Rodriguez, Mary A. O'Connell, and Charles Martin

accumulation of piperitone levels in plants at slightly warmer lower elevation locations. Many herbalists have suggested that medicinal plants are not as potent when grown in a cultivated setting compared with wildcrafted samples. To directly test this

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Arsène Similien, Dennis A. Shannon, C. Wesley Wood, Edzard van Santen, Nirmal Joshee, and Wheeler G. Foshee

Before the advent of synthetic medicines, plants were a main source of medicine ( Mannfried, 1993 ). A resurgence in the use of herbal medicine ( Azaizeh et al., 2005 ) creates a need to cultivate medicinal plants traditionally harvested in the wild

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Zhibin Fan, Kai Zhang, Fengyun Wang, Xiaodan Zhao, Ruiqin Bai, and Boling Liu

by the enzymatic antioxidant system, including superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT), peroxidase (POD), and ascorbate peroxidase (APX) ( Bowler et al., 1994 ). In general, secondary metabolites of most medicinal plants are flavonoids or phenols

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Nicolas Tremblay, Lucette LaFlamme, and André Gosselin

111 WORKSHOP 17A Organic Production of Herbs and Medicinal Plants

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A.A. Csizinszky

111 WORKSHOP 17A Organic Production of Herbs and Medicinal Plants