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Andrew L. Thomas, Richard J. Crawford Jr, George E. Rottinghaus, John K. Tracy, Wendy L. Applequist, Besa E. Schweitzer, Larry J. Havermann, Scott F. Woodbury, James S. Miller, Mark R. Ellersieck, and Dean E. Gray

in hormone replacement therapy. Black cohosh has been shown to reduce menopausal hot flashes in multiple human clinical trials ( Düker et al., 1991 ; Lehmann-Willenbrock and Riedel, 1988 ; McKenna et al., 2001 ; Pethö, 1987 ) and is therefore in

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Amy McFarland, Tina M. Waliczek, Coleman Etheredge, and Aime J. Sommerfeld Lillard

elementary students HortTechnology 16 262 264 Relf, D. 1998 People-plant relationships, p. 21–42. In: S.P. Simpson and M.C. Straus (eds.). Horticulture as therapy. Food Products Press, New York, NY Relf, D. Dorn, S. 1995 Horticulture: Meeting the needs of

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Ruth Kjærsti Raanaas, Grete Grindal Patil, and Terry Hartig

, S.H. Kim, E. Mattson, R.H. 2004 Horticultural therapy as an alternative medicine for pain management: Psychophysiological and psychological impacts of plant visual stimuli on pain tolerance and recovery Appl. Psychophysiol

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fruit characteristics. Conclusive results are expected in two or three more generations of selection. Horticulture as Therapy Christine Coker* 1 , 1 Mississippi State University, Coastal Research and Extension Center, 1815 Popps Ferry Road, Biloxi, MS

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E. Barclay Poling

been developed to date that combine Colletotrichum resistance with acceptable levels of horticultural traits” ( Sjulin, 2007 ). About one-third of the California's nursery production for California fruit growers in 2003 was in day-neutral cultivars

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and children. Major programs include partnering with non-profit organizations to provide horticultural therapy and education. The Master Gardeners volunteer at the Rutgers NJAES Snyder Research and Extension Farm, where produce harvested is donated to

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Szu-Chin Peng, Iou-Zen Chen, and Cheng-Yung Cheng

Taiwanese wild grape is a perennial herb that is traditionally used in medical therapy in eastern Asia. Recently, growers tried to cultivate taiwanese wild grape artificially, but they had some problems such as low rooting percentage in clonal

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Ittetsu Yamaga and Sakura Hamasaki

raw materials. In addition, if functional foods can be developed using the effects of nobiletin, it is expected that alternative therapies for Alzheimer’s disease, as mentioned previously, will progress. UV induces the resistance of plants to pathogens

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’, ‘Beefmaster’, and ‘Supersteak’ followed with weights of 8.5, 8.2, 8.1, and 8.0 lb, respectively. ‘Rutgers’ had the lowest yield, averaging just 5.1 lb per plant for the season. Guidelines for Starting a Horticultural Therapy Program by Partnering with

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Coleman L. Etheredge, Tina M. Waliczek, and Jayne M. Zajicek

incidences of certain chronic illness may suggest a link to past research, which found plants and scenes of nature can be used as a form of distraction therapy, which can significantly reduce perceived pain, the amount of pain medication needed, anxiety