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Eric W. Kerschen, Caleb Garten, Kimberly A. Williams, and Melanie M. Derby

. 141 758 760 McGuire, D.L. 1997 Implementing horticultural therapy into a geriatric long-term care facility Act. Adaptation Aging 22 61 80 Moschandreas, D. 1981 Exposure to pollutants and daily time budgets of people Bull. N. Y. Acad. Med. 57 845 859

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Catherine C. Lavis and Laura A. Brannon

management, fruit and vegetable production, and horticultural therapy typically choose this course as a horticultural elective. During the lectures, basic, yet essential, irrigation principles and practices are introduced. The lecture topics include

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Yuan-Yu Chang, Wei-Chia Su, I-Chun Tang, and Chun-Yen Chang

cultures. Wadsworth, Belmont, CA Sarver, M.D. 1985 Agritherapy: Plants as learning partners Academic Therapy 20 389 396 Schimmel, B.S. 2004 Horticultural therapy in a classroom for learning disabled children J. Therapeutic Hort. 15 36 40 Taylor, A.F. Kuo, F

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Dan Jin, Philippe Henry, Jacqueline Shan, and Jie Chen

hung to dry in a closed environment. Horticultural fans were used to maintain air circulation, and the temperature was kept under 35 °C. The plants were dried for 7 d until the leaves and stems became brittle. At this time, the plants’ moisture content

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Ghazal Tarar, Coleman L. Etheredge, Amy McFarland, Amy Snelgrove, Tina M. Waliczek, and Jayne M. Zajicek

.W. 1960 Therapy through horticulture. Macmillan, New York, NY Wolf, K.L. 2003 Public response to the urban forest in inner-city business districts J. Arboricult. 29 117 126

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Sin-Ae Park, Kwan-Suk Lee, and Ki-Cheol Son

conditions of older adults. Furthermore, a horticultural therapy program for improving physical functional health conditions in such adults with low levels of physical ability can be designed using gardening tasks of low to moderate intensity. Literature

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Kim E. Hummer

medicinal and horticultural information ( Woodward, 1927 ). Gerard starts out with a description of the plant and then goes into the uses and qualities. His uses include healing the eyes that hang out; leaves of bramble boiled in water with honey, alum, and

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Sin-Ae Park, Candice A. Shoemaker, and Mark D. Haub

and train unused muscles in hands because many of the tasks require grasping, releasing, and flexion of the thumb and forefinger ( Relf, 1973 ). Therefore, gardening may be used as a therapy activity for hand function ability. All subjects had good

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Seong-Hyun Park and Richard H. Mattson

The biofiltration of indoor air: Air flux and temperature influences the removal of toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene Environ. Sci. Technol. 35 240 246 Diette, G. Haponik, E. Rubin, H. 2003 Distraction therapy with nature sights and sounds reduces pain

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Namiko Yamori, Yoriko Matsushima, and Wataru Yamori

commercial horticulture and plant science in general. Many studies have focused on how to preserve cut flower quality because cut flowers are valued for their beauty. Therefore, most studies have focused on senescence to improve vase life ( van Doorn and