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Isidro Morales, Gabino Alberto Martínez-Gutiérrez, Cirenio Escamirosa-Tinoco, Cinthia Nájera, Tatiana Pagan Loeiro da Cunha-Chiamolera, and Miguel Urrestarazu

. Mesoam. 27 1 115 130 Chang, X. Alderson, P.G. Wright, C.J. 2008 Solar irradiance level alters the growth of basil ( Ocimum basilicum L.) and its content of volatile oils Environ. Expt. Bot. 63 216 223 Díaz-Pérez, J.C. 2013 Bell pepper ( Capsicum annuum

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Dave Hawley, Thomas Graham, Michael Stasiak, and Mike Dixon

temperature on volatile compounds and growth parameters in sweet basil ( Ocimum basilicum L.) J. Hort. Sci. Biotechnol. 80 593 598 Chang, X. Alderson, P.G. Wright, C.J. 2009 Enhanced UV-B radiation alters basil ( Ocimum basilicum L.) growth and stimulates

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Lynn Brandenberger, Todd Cavins, Mark Payton, Lynda Wells, and Tina Johnson

, including basil ( Ocimum basilicum ) and water spinach ( Ipomoea aquatica ). Other investigators ( Thompson et al., 1998 ) demonstrated the use of float beds for greenhouse lettuce ( Lactuca sativa ) production. There are few reports of spinach cultivar

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Raymond A. Cloyd, Karen A. Marley, Richard A. Larson, and Bari Arieli

basil ( Ocimum basilicum L.) ( Mansour et al., 1986 ; Morales et al., 1993 ; Narusuye, 2005 ). This compound occurs in two different structurally active isomer forms chemically known as enantiomers that are chiral molecules having the same molecular

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James M. Meyers, Gavin L. Sacks, and Justine E. Vanden Heuvel

canopy management. Winetitles, Underdale, Australia Xianmin, C. Alderson, P.G. Wright, C.J. 2008 Solar irradiance level alters the growth of basil ( Ocimum basilicum L.) and its content of volatile oils Environ. Exp. Bot. 63 216 223

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Veronica L. Justen, Jerry D. Cohen, Gary Gardner, and Vincent A. Fritz

basil ( Ocimum basilicum L.; Loughrin and Kasperbauer, 2001 ) and strawberry (Fragaria × ananassa ; Atkinson et al., 2006 ). Antonious et al. (1996) found that turnips grown with different colored mulches (black plastic mulch painted blue, white

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Chengyan Yue, Zata Vickers, Jingjing Wang, Neil O. Anderson, Lauren Wisdorf, Jenna Brady, Michele Schermann, Nicholas Phelps, and Paul Venturelli

can be produced in nontraditional areas, and consumers in urban areas can get locally produced crops ( Coyle and Ellison, 2017 ). Ocimum basilicum L. (basil), one of the most popular fresh culinary herbs, is a high-value, short-season crop ( Ferrarezi

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Mark Lefsrud, Dean Kopsell, Carl Sams, Jim Wills, and A.J. Both

freeze-dried basil ( Ocimum basilicum L.) had a decrease in VOC, but air-dried basil was not different compared with a fresh sample ( Diaz-Maroto et al., 2004 ). Carotenoids and other plant compounds can also be affected by drying temperature. A

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Bahlebi K. Eiasu, Ntombekhaya Matafeni, Viwe Dyafta, and Kenias Chigwaya

). Similarly, Keramati et al. (2016) observed increase of essential oil yield in basil ( Ocimum basilicum L.) treated with PBZ. The current results, however, show that different PBZ concentrations did not significantly affect rose-scented geranium oil yield

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Bridget K. Behe, Benjamin L. Campbell, Charles R. Hall, Hayk Khachatryan, Jennifer H. Dennis, and Chengyan Yue

), basil ( Ocimum basilicum ), and chrysanthemum ( Chrysanthemum cv.)] were selected to represent transplants that were 1) food-producing; 2) edible; and 3) ornamental plants. Our goal in selecting three different types of plants was not to identify