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and the palatability to white-tailed deer J. Plant Nutr. 22 1807 1814 10.1080/01904169909365757 Harrison, J.G. 1988 The biology of Botrytis spp. on Vicia beans and chocolate spot disease—A review Plant Pathol. 37

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for those foods. Examples include orange juice with added calcium or chocolate milk with added immunity protection. Data have accumulated on some of these food products, indicating where they may have health value for consumers ( Andon et al., 1996

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commonly referred to as “chocolate vine” in United States, are grown by gardeners as ornamental climbing vines, are well-known medicinal plants, and have been used in Chinese herbalism for at least 2000 years. Three species (subspecies) ( A. quinata , A

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. 5. Images of Z. hybrida cultivars of each color group and their cross-sectional structures. 1: black group; 2: amaranth group; 3: red group; 4: yellow group; 5: pink group; 6: orange group. a: ‘Mirages’; b: ‘Jack’; c: ‘Chocolate’; d: ‘Cantor’; e

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.) ‘Premium Sum Chocolate Covered Cherry’, pentas ( Pentas lanceolata Forssk.) ‘Butterfly Red’, snapdragon ( Antihirrum majus L.) ‘Snapshot Yellow’, verbena ( Verbena × hybrida L.) ‘Quartz White XP’, vinca ( Catharanthus roseus L.) ‘Titan Dark Red

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; pairing flowers with other products such as chocolate, wine, jewelry, and books ( Lai and Huang, 2013 ; Rihn et al., 2011 ); labeling production process of flowers, origin, longevity guarantee, and certification ( Rihn et al., 2016 ; Rombach et al., 2018

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State of the world’s plants. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 21 Mar. 2020. < https://stateoftheworldsplants.org/2017/report/SOTWP_2017.pdf > Sethi, S. 2015 Bread, wine, chocolate: The slow loss of foods we love. HarperCollins, New York Shelef, O. Fernández

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and chocolates ( USDA, 2011 ). Hazelnuts also contain compounds with purported anticancer properties and reduce the risk of coronary heart disease in consumers ( Richardson, 1997 ). Hazelnuts have been grown commercially in Oregon since the early 1900s

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and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), 2016 ]. Approximately 10% of the nuts of this species are sold in-shell, whereas the remaining 90% are processed as dairy, bakery, chocolate, and confectionery products ( Ciarmiello et al

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Reactions of improved faba bean varieties to chocolate spot ( Botrytis fabae Sard.) epidemics across contrasting altitudes in southwest Ethiopia Afr. J. Agric. Res. 11 837 848 Moseley, D. Da Silva, M.P. Mozzoni, L. Orazaly, M. Florez

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