Medicinal and Aromatic Plants - Industrial Profiles

Individual volumes in this series provide both industry and academia with in-depth coverage of one major medicinal or aromatic plant of industrial importance.

Edited by Dr Roland Hardman

Volume 1

Valerian, edited by Peter J. Houghton Volume 2

Perilla, edited by He-ci Yu, Kenichi Kosuna and Megumi Haga

Volume 3

Poppy, edited by Jeno Bernath Volume 4

Cannabis, edited by David T. Brown Volume 5

Neem, edited by H.S. Puri Volume 6

Ergot, edited by Vladimir Kren and Ladislav Cvak

Volume 7

Caraway, edited by Eva Nemeth Volume 8

Saffron, edited by Moshe Negbi Volume 9

Tea Tree, edited by Ian Southwell and Robert Lowe

Volume 10

Basil, edited by Raimo Hiltunen and Yvonne Holm

Volume 11

Fenugreek, edited by Georgios Petropoulos

Volume 12

Gingko biloba, edited by Teris A. Van Beek

Volume 13

Black Pepper, edited by P.N. Ravindran Volume 14

Sage, edited by Spiridon E. Kintzios Volume 15

Ginseng, edited by W.E. Court Volume 16

Mistletoe, edited by Arndt B├╝ssing Volume 17

Tea, edited by Yong-su Zhen Volume 18

Artemisia, edited by Colin W. Wright Volume 19

Stevia, edited by A. Douglas Kinghorn Volume 20

Vetiveria, edited by Massimo Maffei Volume 21

Narcissus and Daffodil, edited by Gordon R. Hanks

Volume 22

Eucalyptus, edited by John J.W. Coppen Volume 23

Pueraria, edited by Wing Ming Keung Volume 24

Thyme, edited by E. Stahl-Biskup and F. Saez

Volume 25

Oregano, edited by Spiridon E. Kintzios

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