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Lurline Marsh, Corrie Cotton, Elizabeth Philip, and Isoken Aighewi

Poster Session 24—Herbs, Spices, and Medicinals 1 19 July 2005, 1:15–2:00 p.m. Poster Hall–Ballroom E/F

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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

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W. Garrett Owen

production. Materials and Methods Plant material and culture. On 27 Sept. 2017, 72-cell plug trays of coral bells ( Heuchera hybrida L. ‘Black Beauty’, ‘Cherry Cola’, ‘Marmalade’, and ‘Peppermint Spice’) were received from a commercial supplier (Ball

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Kathryn Homa, William P. Barney, Daniel L. Ward, Christian A. Wyenandt, and James E. Simon

). Varying degrees of potential resistance were also identified in other Ocimum species including the citrus, spice, and holy basils with symptoms and sporulation of BDM either nonexistent or significantly less than that observed in O. basilicum

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Christian A. Wyenandt, James E. Simon, Margaret T. McGrath, and Daniel L. Ward

’ infected with basil downy mildew on the left and healthy, uninfected O. americanum × O. basilicum ‘Blue Spice’ on the right. Fig. 2. An underside of a sweet basil leaf infected by basil downy mildew. Fig. 3. States reporting

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Xiaoya Cai, Youping Sun, Terri Starman, Charles Hall, and Genhua Niu

, Else Poulsen, Georgetown Tea, La Marne, Madame Antoine Mari, Marie Daly, Monsieur Tillier, Mrs. Dudley Cross, Mutabilis, Perle d’Or, Reve d’Or, Sea Foam, Souvenir de St. Anne’s, and Spice) in College Station, TX, and 10 of the same 18 Earth-Kind ® rose

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Christian A. Wyenandt, Lisa R. Maimone, Kathryn Homa, Angela M. Madeiras, Robert L. Wick, and James E. Simon

negative in each year was most likely due to differences in the amount of inoculum present and differences in weather conditions each year. In 2009, the only basil cultivars in which symptoms of downy mildew were not present included Blue Spice, Blue Spice

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Robert L. Jarret, Gloria E. Barboza, Fabiane Rabelo da Costa Batista, Terry Berke, Yu-Yu Chou, Amanda Hulse-Kemp, Neftali Ochoa-Alejo, Pasquale Tripodi, Aniko Veres, Carolina Carrizo Garcia, Gabor Csillery, Yung-Kuang Huang, Erzsebet Kiss, Zsofia Kovacs, Mihaly Kondrak, Magda Lisette Arce-Rodriguez, Marisel A. Scaldaferro, and Antal Szoke

Archaeological data allude to the use of Capsicum species (pepper, chilies) as a spice as early as 5500 BCE ( Basu and De, 2003 ; Davenport, 1970 ). The crop was first introduced into Europe by Christopher Columbus during his travels in the 15th

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Jules Janick

pomegranates ( Goor and Nurock, 1968 ). The various books of these sacred texts cover 2000 years of history and include mention of a great many plants. Some are Asian imports, such as the spices cinnamon and cassia, indicating the trade between East and West

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Paul W. Bosland, Danise Coon, and Peter H. Cooke

according to the American Spice Trade Association method ( ASTA, 1997 ). The capsaicinoid content in placenta and pericarp tissue of each selected fruit was evaluated. Capsaicinoids were quantified with HPLC according to the method reported by Collins et al