Series: Medicinal and Aromatic Plants -- Industrial Profiles

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Artemisia by Colin W. Wright
Black Pepper: Piper Nigram by P. N. Ravindran
Cinnamon and Cassia: The Genus Cinnamomum by P. N. Ravindran
Ergot: The Genus Claviceps by Vladimir Kren
Eucalyptus: The Genus Eucalyptus by John J.W. Coppen
Ginkgo Biloba by Teris A vanBeek
Illicium, Pimpinella and Foeniculum by Manuel Miro Jodral
Neem: The Divine Tree Azadirachta indica by H.S. Puri
Poppy: The Genus Papaver by Jeno Bernath
Saffron: Crocus sativus L. by Moshe Negbi
Sage: The Genus Salvia by Spiridon E. Kintzios
Stevia: The Genus Stevia by A. Douglas Kinghorn
Caraway: The Genus Carum by Eva Nemeth7
Tea Tree: The Genus Melaleuca by Ian Southwell9
Tea: Bioactivity and Therapeutic Potential by Yong-Su Zhen17
Pueraria: The Genus Pueraria by Wing Ming Keung23
Magnolia: The Genus Magnolia by Satyajit D. Sarker28
Capsicum: The Genus Capsicum by Amit Krishna De34
Flax: The genus Linum by Alister D. Muir34
Aloes: The Genus Aloe by Tom Reynolds35
Ginger: The Genus Zingiber by P. N. Ravindran41

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