family Lamiaceae


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Related to family Lamiaceae: Labiatae, mint family
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Specific research at the University of Massachusetts is the regulation of an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant metabolite that is found abundantly in food-grade herbs from the mint family Lamiaceae, such as rosemary, thyme, oregano, spearmint and lavender.
Antioxidative activity of extracts from selected species of the family Lamiaceae in sunflower oil.
Distribution and taxonomic implications of some phenolics in the family Lamiaceae determined by ESR spectroscopy, Biochem.
The genus of Ajuga belongs to the family Lamiaceae and contains at least 301 species.
Coleus ambonicus Lour; Plectranthus amboinicus Lour) of the family Lamiaceae is native to East Indies and widely cultivated in Africa and almost all tropical countries.
The genus Sideritis, a member of the family Lamiaceae (Labiatae), is widely distributed in subtropical and moderate regions and is a shrub 20-75 cm high [3].
Amongst plants that have been investigated for dementia therapy, Salvia is one of the most numerous genera within the family Lamiaceae and grows in many parts of the world.