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|Title:||Volatiles from Coriandrum sativum: comparation of in vitro and ex vitro grown plants|
|Authors:||Cardoso, Susana M.|
Sousa, Maria João
Figueiredo, A. Cristina
Pedro, Luís G.
|Publisher:||ISHS International Society for Horticultural Science|
|Citation:||Cardoso, S.; Dias, I.; Sousa, Maria João; Figueiredo, C.; Barroso, J..; Pedro, L. (2010) – Volatiles from Coriandrum sativum: comparation of in vitro and ex vitro grown plants. In 28th International Horticultural Congress. Lisbon|
|Abstract:||Coriandrum sativum (coriander) is commonly used, raw or cooked, in Portuguese Gastronomy. Coriander is also used in traditional medicine as a carminative and as a digestive aid. The fruits essential oil is used in food flavouring and in perfumery and is also responsible for the digestive and stimulant effect as well as for fungicide and bactericidal activity.|
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