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Valtcho D. Zheljazkov and Tess Astatkie

A synonym of Mentha canadensis L. is Mentha arvensis L. Japanese cornmint and its commercial varieties are natural hybrids and are propagated exclusively vegetatively ( Topalov, 1989 ). Japanese cornmint includes two cytotypes, one with 2 n

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Santosh Shiwakoti, Henry Y. Sintim, Shital Poudyal, Jennifer Bufalo, Charles L. Cantrell, Tess Astatkie, Ekaterina Jeliazkova, Lyn Ciampa and Valtcho D. Zheljazkov

Variability of content and composition of essential oils of different Mentha arvensis L. var. piperascens cultivars J. Essent. Oil Res. 4 49 56 Gawde, A.J. Cantrell, C.L. Zheljazkov, V.D. 2009 Dual extraction of essential oil and podophyllotoxin from

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Mohammed Sarwar and Saleh A. Al-Namlah

Saudi Arabia is known for arid character and its total unsuitability for any agricultural exploitation. However; it is- now proving otherwise with the application of modern agrotechnology resulting in large scale production of many crops successfully. Considering the international growing demand of essential oils, need of agrocommunities for new crops, advantages of local warm climate and availability of generous government funding system, essential oil production offers immense potential in Saudi Arabia. This paper intends to describe the prospects of raising Pelargonium graveolens, Mentha arvensis, Artemesia pallens, Cymbopogon winterianus, Cymbopogon flexuosus, Ocimum basilicum, Eucalyptus citriodora, Rosemarinus officinalis, Coriandrum sativum, Anethum graveolens, Jasminum grandiflorum and Pogostemon patchouli successfully at various ecosystems and to establish new agroindustries based on essential oils around the Kingdom.

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Barbara M. Reed

Four tissue-cultured mints, Mentha arvensis L., M. spicata L., M. suaveolens Ehrh. hybrid, and M. suaveolens cv. Variegata, were evaluated for survival during storage in media containing three concentrations of N and in four light and temperature regimes. Shoots were placed in plastic, five-chamber, tissue-culture bags on Murashige and Skoog medium (1962) containing 25%, 50%, and 100% of the normal N concentration (MS-N) and stored at 4 °C and –1 °C in darkness, at 4 °C with a 12-hour photoperiod, and at 25 °C with a 16-hour photoperiod. Shoots of all four genotypes stored at 25 °C were in excellent condition after 6 months but required subculture after 18 months. Condition ratings of stored shoots varied with genotype and N concentration. Cultures survived longest at 4 °C with a 12-hour photoperiod on 50% MS-N. Under this regime, all four genotypes were rated in good condition at 30 months but declined to poor condition by 36 months. Based on these data, I recommend that mint cultures be stored on MS medium with 50% MS-N at 4 °C with a 12-hour photoperiod. This regime should provide a minimum of 24 to 36 months of storage before subculture is required. Cold-sensitive genotypes could be stored for 18 months at 25 °C on 50% MS-N medium.

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Khalid M. Elhindi, Yaser Hassan Dewir, Abdul-Wasea Asrar, Eslam Abdel-Salam, Ahmed Sharaf El-Din and Mohamed Ali

knowledge, Kumar et al. (2014) investigated seed germination of C. sativum using 2,4-dichlorophenozyacetic acid (2,4-D) and GA 3 . The effect of different PGRs including 2,4-D, ethephon, GA 3 , and NAA on seed germination of Mentha arvensis ( Mentha

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Brígida Resende Almeida, Suzan Kelly Vilela Bertolucci, Alexandre Alves de Carvalho, Heitor Luiz Heiderich Roza, Felipe Campos Figueiredo and José Eduardo Brasil Pereira Pinto

officinalis L. ( Tounekti et al., 2011 ), Lippia origanoides H.B.K. ( Teles et al., 2014 ), Melissa officinalis L. ( Yadegari and Shakerian, 2014 ), Achillea millefolium L. ( Alvarenga et al., 2015 ), and Mentha arvensis ( Carvalho et al., 2016 ). In

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Muhammad Irshad, Hafiz Muhammad Rizwan, Biswojit Debnath, Muhammad Anwar, Min Li, Shuang Liu, Bizhu He and Dongliang Qiu

. esculentus . Different concentrations of IBA were effective for maximum root regeneration without basal callus formation compared with IAA. Our results are consistent with ( Faisal et al., 2014 ) who reported the best rooting in Mentha arvensis with IBA

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Heidi Marie Wollaeger and Erik S. Runkle

photosynthetic photon flux on growth and carotenoid pigments in spinach ( Spinacea oleracea L.) Acta Hort. 907 105 110 Malayeri, S.H. Hikosaka, S. Ishigami, Y. Goto, E. 2011 Growth and photosynthetic rate of Japanese mint ( Mentha arvensis ) grown under

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Muqiu Zhao, Huaibao Zhao, Qianjin Du and Yunfeng Shi

feverfew ( Tanacetum parthenium ) HortScience 41 531 535 Kiran, U. Patra, D.D. 2003 Medicinal and aromatic plant materials as nitrification inhibitors for augmenting yield and nitrogen uptake of Japanese mint ( Mentha arvensis L. Var. Piperascens