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Florence M. Oxley, Tina M. Waliczek, and Paula S. Williamson

. Piqueray, J. Halford, M. Nulens, G. Vincke, J. Mahy, G. 2011 Perception and understanding of invasive alien species issues by nature conservation and horticulture professionals in Belgium Environ. Mgt. 47 425 442 Verbrugge, L. Van den Born, R. Lenders, H

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Jules Janick

known as a plant breeder extraordinaire, and in his lifetime, he was thought of as the “high priest of horticulture” and the “plant wizard.” His charming personality endeared him to the public. Burbank appears in paintings by Frida Kahlo and Diego

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Seon-Ok Kim, Ji-Eun Jeong, Yun-Ah Oh, Ha-Ram Kim, and Sin-Ae Park

. 1992 Human issues in horticulture HortTechnology 2 159 171 Sakai, K. Passingham, R.E. 2003 Prefrontal interactions reflect future task operations Nat. Neurosci. 6 75 81 doi: 10.1038/nn987 Sauseng, P. Klimesch, W. 2008 What does phase information of

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Seong-Sil Kim, Sin-Ae Park, and Ki-Cheol Son

Humans form relationships with other people in their natural environment, i.e., society. Humans acquire values, behavior patterns, and the knowledge required by society in a process known as socialization ( Park, 1988 ). The term “sociality” refers

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Ghazal Tarar, Coleman L. Etheredge, Amy McFarland, Amy Snelgrove, Tina M. Waliczek, and Jayne M. Zajicek

metropolitan statistical areas of Texas HortTechnology 22 631 637 Quesnel-Vallee, A. 2007 Self-rated health: Caught in the crossfire of the quest for ‘true’ health? Intl. J. Epidemiol. 36 1161 1164 Relf, D. 1992 Human issues in horticulture HortTechnology 2 159

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Keelin Blaith Purcell, Robert E. Lyons, Lynn D. Dierking, and Helen Fischel

public horticulture institutions is enormous. Public gardens can partner with the community to both support youth development and actively engage youth in horticulture and environmental issues. Providing real-life and long-term horticultural experiences

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Emilie A.K. Justen, Cynthia Haynes, Ann Marie VanDerZanden, and Nancy Grudens-Schuck

-speaking horticultural workers in Iowa. Materials and methods Approval and planning. Approval to conduct research involving human participants was obtained in June 2007 from the Institutional Review Board (IRB) of Iowa State University. The question guide was developed

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Carly Gillett, Kathryn Fontenot, Edward Bush, Maud Walsh, and Charles Johnson

control campers completed a pre- and posthorticulture knowledge test and a confidence survey used to determine if the lessons improved campers’ confidence in gardening. The horticulture knowledge test consisted of 16 multiple choice questions relating to

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Martina Göttingerová, Michal Kumšta, and Tomáš Nečas

; Rop et al., 2012 ; Senica et al., 2019 ; Zia-Ul-Haq et al., 2014 ). For centuries, edible flowers have been an integral part of the human diet and have been described in detail in ancient literature ( He et al., 2015 ; Lu et al., 2015 ). They were

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Ursula K. Schuch

) found an increase in human mortality due to cardiovascular and lower respiratory tract disease ( Donovan et al., 2013 ). This study found a significant relationship between tree loss due to the borer and increased human mortality while adjusting for many