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Bärbel Röck-Okuyucu, Meltem Bayraktar, Ismail Hakki Akgun, and Aynur Gurel

rebaudiana (Bertoni) Plant Sci. 198 72 82 Faisal, M. Ahmad, N. Anis, M. 2007 An efficient micropropagation system for Tylophora indica : An endangered, medicinally important plant Plant Biotechnol. Rep. 1 155 161 Gantait, S. Das, A. Mandal, N. 2015 Stevia

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Vlasta Cunja, Maja Mikulic-Petkovsek, Franci Stampar, and Valentina Schmitzer

, and R. sempervirens are most frequent ( Martincic et al., 1999 ). Numerous rose cultivars are widely planted in gardens and parks for their aesthetic value and native plants are harvested for their fruit and flowers. Medicinal benefits of the genus

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Nathalie Nivot, Alain Olivier, and Line Lapointe

The market for medicinal plants has been growing steadily with an annual increase of 5% to 15% and an estimated value of $60 billion U.S. worldwide ( Kartal, 2007 ). Understory shrubs and herbaceous species with medicinal values have traditionally

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Zejin Zhang, Dongxian He, Genhua Niu, and Rongfu Gao

The photosynthetic pathways of C3, C4, and CAM are known to have different photosynthetic properties ( Larcher, 1995 ; Nobel, 1991 ). Although the dry matter accumulation rate of CAM plants is lower than that of C3 and C4 plants, CAM plants have

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Mudau N. Fhatuwani and Makunga P. Nokwanda

medicinal plant Salvia africana-lutea L. linked to metabolomic profiling BMC Complement. Altern. Med. 14 1 99 Pulido, R. Bravo, L. Sauro-Calixo, F. 2001 Antioxidant activity of dietary polyphenols as determined by a modified ferric reducing

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Renée S. Arias, Natascha Techen, Timothy A. Rinehart, Richard T. Olsen, Joseph H. Kirkbride Jr, and Brian E. Scheffler

Chionanthus L. is a member of the Oleaceae, a morphologically diverse family that includes economically important genera cultivated for food ( Olea europaea L.), timber ( Fraxinus L.), medicinal ( Forsythia Vahl.), and ornamental ( Jasminum L

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B.K. Bhat and G.Y. Lemma

190 WORKSHOP 22 (Abstr. 1055-1058) Production and Utilization of Herbs, Spices, and Medicinal Plants: Pacific Northwest and Caribbean

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Louis E. Petersen

190 WORKSHOP 22 (Abstr. 1055-1058) Production and Utilization of Herbs, Spices, and Medicinal Plants: Pacific Northwest and Caribbean

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Manuel C. Palada and Stafford M.A. Crossm

190 WORKSHOP 22 (Abstr. 1055-1058) Production and Utilization of Herbs, Spices, and Medicinal Plants: Pacific Northwest and Caribbean

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Thomas G. Ranney, Connor F. Ryan, Lauren E. Deans, and Nathan P. Lynch

the I. parviflorum + Illicium hottense + Illicium cubense + Illicium ekmanii clade. Illicium are also of interest because of their unique and diverse plant metabolites that have both medicinal and culinary uses. Certain species of Illicium