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Sheri Dorn, Lucy Bradley, Debbie Hamrick, Julie Weisenhorn, Pam Bennett, Jill Callabro, Bridget Behe, Ellen Bauske, and Natalie Bumgarner

-ecosystem services: Challenges and next steps Basic Appl. Ecol. 16 189 201 Lohr, V.I. Relf, P.D. 2000 An overview of the current state of human issues in horticulture in the United States HortTechnology 10 27 33 Lovell, S.T. Taylor, J.R. 2013 Supplying urban

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Sheri Dorn, Milton G. Newberry III, Ellen M. Bauske, and Svoboda V. Pennisi

related horticultural items to the benefit of individuals, communities, and the environment ( NICH, 2018 ). In the United States, it is extension that conducts the training and management of these volunteers, the recommendations provided, and educational

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Jules Janick, Marie Christine Daunay, and Harry Paris

The relationship between plants and human health has been and continues to be of great concern for humankind based on both diet and medicinal uses. In this article, we present and analyze images and associated text of an illustrated manuscript from

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Celina Gómez, Christopher J. Currey, Ryan W. Dickson, Hye-Ji Kim, Ricardo Hernández, Nadia C. Sabeh, Rosa E. Raudales, Robin G. Brumfield, Angela Laury-Shaw, Adam K. Wilke, Roberto G. Lopez, and Stephanie E. Burnett

social development. Timber Press, Portland, OR Relf, P.D. Lohr, V.I. 2003 Human issues in horticulture HortScience 38 984 993 Rice, J.S. Remy, L.L. 1994 Evaluating horticultural therapy: The ecological context of urban jail inmates J. Home Consumer Hort

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Mikal E. Saltveit

horticultural crops and to the training of students in postharvest biology and technology. The Mann Laboratory is part of the Department of Plant Sciences in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. The facility was named after Dr. Louis K. Mann

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, this connection of plants, greenspace, and human health and well-being is an area of research interest for those in many fields outside horticulture. In their workshop manuscript, Bumgarner et al. (p. 769) present an overview of studies based in public

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Joey H. Norikane

mg per kg of harvested biomass. This is the expression level as measured in the crude extract of plant biomass in a buffer. The purification of the crude extract to isolate a human vaccine will incur a loss of protein. So, further assume that a

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Marvin Pritts and Marcia Eames-Sheavly

vigor, crop load, balance, flavor, color, and quality are vague but frequently used terms in horticulture. By defining terms more clearly, more progress can be made in understanding what is occurring within a system. In a class on plants and human well

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David R. Byrnes, Fekadu F. Dinssa, Stephen C. Weller, and James E. Simon

and nutrition content of four elements: Fe, Mg, Zn, and Ca, recognized as among the most commonly deficient in humans ( World Health Organization, 2002 , 2009 , 2017 ). Horticultural traits observed include total yield, marketable yield, marketable

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Barbara M. Schmidt

Medicinal plants are widely used as bioactive raw materials for cosmetics and personal care products. The source of medicinal plants varies greatly, from wild crafting traditional medicinal plants in China to modern horticultural production systems