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Myounghai Kwak, Jeong-Ki Hong, Eun Sil Lee, Byoung Yoon Lee, Min Hwan Suh, and Bert Cregg

intense selection of mutations ( Auders and Spicer, 2012 ). Interestingly, the dissemination of A . koreana from its country of origin was started by two French priests, Urban Faurie and Emile Joseph Taquet, who collected A . koreana for herbarium

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Robert L. Jarret, Jason Bolton, and L. Brian Perkins

has been limited by the very characteristic that makes them popular as a spice–pungency. The non-pungent capsinoids are analogs of capsaicinoids and were first isolated from the sweet pepper cultivar CH-19 ( Kobata et al., 1998 ). Capsinoids offer

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. Downy Mildew on Seeds of Resistant Basil Species Wyenandt et al. (p. 637) report that the causal organism of basil downy mildew was detected on seeds of downy mildew-susceptible sweet basil varieties, but also on seeds of spice basil, lemon basil, holy

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Robert M. Pyne, Adolfina R. Koroch, Christian A. Wyenandt, and James E. Simon

differences in susceptibility in different sweet basil ( O. basilicum ) varieties/breeding lines and identify a higher degree of tolerance to BDM in O. xcitriodorum (lemon basil) and resistance in O. americanum ‘Spice’ basil. These species are highly

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Huanfang Liu, Chelsea D. Specht, Tong Zhao, and Jingping Liao

Zingiber officinale Roscoe (culinary ginger) is a monocotyledonous rhizomatous plant belonging to the family Zingiberaceae. As an important commercial species, it has been used in China and India as a source of spice and medicine since ancient

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Jules Janick, Marie Christine Daunay, and Harry Paris

-peeled kinds are optimum; figs cleanse the kidneys but inflate and fatten. Herbs Sage. This aromatic spice is found originating in southern Europe and Asia Minor ( Simon et al., 1984 ). In Figure 4A , two well-dressed ladies are shown picking a plant labeled

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Paige L. Herring, Abbey C. Noah, and Helen T. Kraus

nutrient solution for organic cultivation of medicinal transplants in multicell flats J. Herbs Spices Med. Plants 4 69 82 Herring, P.L. Noah, A.C. Kraus, H.T. 2018 Maturation of swine lagoon compost Acta Hort. (In press) Jacela, J.Y. DeRouchey, J.M. Tokach

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Valtcho D. Zheljazkov, Charles L. Cantrell, William B. Evans, M. Wayne Ebelhar, and Christine Coker

. Ravid, U. Larkov, O. Putievsky, E. 2002 Breeding of sweet basil ( Ocimum basilicum ) resistant to fusarium wilt caused by Fusaium oxysporum f.sp. basilicum J. Herbs Spices Med. Plants 9 45 51 Elgayyar

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Kathryn M. Kleitz, Marisa M. Wall, Constance L. Falk, Charles A. Martin, Marta D. Remmenga, and Steven J. Guldan

The daily use of herbs by people throughout the world is common and widespread. From spices in foods and as herbal tea beverages to the substitution of pharmaceuticals with herbal compounds to treat illnesses, virtually everyone has used herbs in

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Derald Harp, Gaye Hammond, David C. Zlesak, Greg Church, Mark Chamblee, and Steve George

Legacy (8.4%), Brave Patriot (7.8%), Maytime (7.7%), Do-Si-Do (7.5%), Pipe Dreams (7.3%), April Moon (7.1%), Cinnamon Spice (6.8%), and Country Dancer (6.8%). Rose cultivars with the lowest bloom coverage included Grandpa’s Boy (0.2%), September Song (1