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Dominic P. Petrella, James D. Metzger, Joshua J. Blakeslee, Edward J. Nangle, and David S. Gardner

Anthocyanins have become sought-after natural products due to potential for medicinal and industrial uses. These metabolites have a number of health-promoting properties; increasing demand for nutraceuticals, fruits, and vegetables containing

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Elina Yankova-Tsvetkova, Ivanka B. Semerdjieva, Rozalia Nikolova, and Valtcho D. Zheljazkov

given their status of valuable medicinal plants. The data obtained will contribute to the knowledge of the embryological characteristic of genus Lepidium , which currently is fragmented and incomplete. The data may help with the understanding of

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Karla Gabrielle Dutra Pinto, Sônia Maria Figueiredo Albertino, Bruna Nogueira Leite, Daniel Oscar Pereira Soares, Francisco Martins de Castro, Laís Alves da Gama, Débora Clivati, and André Luiz Atroch

Paullinia cupana var. s orbilis (Mart.) Ducke, commonly known as guarana, is a wild vine growing in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest that has been used for centuries by the indigenous Sateré-Mawé because of its stimulant and medicinal properties

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Maedza V. Khathutshelo, Nkomo Mpumelelo, Ngezimana Wonder, and Mudau N. Fhatuwani

.A. Olawore, N.O. 2004 Heavy trace metals and macronutrients status in herbal plants of Nigeria Food Chem. 85 67 71 Chizzola, R. Franz, C.H. 1996 Metallic trace elements in medicinal and aromatic plants from Austria J. Appl. Biol. 70 52 56 Crozier, A. Burns, J

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Valtcho D. Zheljazkov, Tess Astatkie, Barry O'Brocki, and Ekaterina Jeliazkova

medicinal plant since ancient times ( Leela and Vipin, 2008 ). Many folk medicinal systems from Asia to the Mediterranean are still using anise seed as a medicinal plant ( Leela and Vipin, 2008 ; Stojanov, 1973 ). For example, Bulgarian traditional medicine

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He Li, Cheng-Jiang Ruan, Li Wang, Jian Ding, and Xing-Jun Tian

Plants, particularly horticulture section, are raw material and used by people for food, either as edible products or for culinary ingredients, for medicinal use or ornamental and aesthetic purposes. They are genetically a very diverse group and

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Yuanyuan Miao, Qiaosheng Guo, Zaibiao Zhu, Xiaohua Yang, Changlin Wang, Yuan Sun, and Li Liu

Chinese Medicinal Materials at Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, People’s Republic of China. Tulipa edulis bulbs were obtained from Funan county, Anhui Province in Sept. 2013. Disease-free bulbs of uniform size (≈1.0 g) were selected for planting

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Junhuo Cai, Junjun Fan, Xuying Wei, and Lu Zhang

; Yuan, 2010 ). Lycoris species have great commercial potential because this flower has medicinal as well as ornamental value ( Jin, 2002 ). Indeed, Lycoris species are grown as cut flowers, potted flowers, and garden cover throughout Europe, the

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Nixwell Mudau, Puffy Soundy, and Elsa du Toit

Oral Session 19—Herbs, Spices, and Medicinal Plants Moderator: Karen L. Panter 19 July 2005, 4:00–6:00 p.m. Room 101

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Dean A. Kopsell, David E. Kopsell, and Joanne Curran-Celentano

Oral Session 19—Herbs, Spices, and Medicinal Plants Moderator: Karen L. Panter 19 July 2005, 4:00–6:00 p.m. Room 101