family Labiatae

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Wojciechowska, B.-1966-Morphology and anatomy of fruit and seeds in the family Labiatae with particular respect to medicinal species--Monogr.
The genus thymus, belonging to the dead nettle family labiatae, contains some 350 species and scores of cultivars, but considerably fewer are commonly available through garden centres and nurseries.
Thyme--(1) Any aromatic, woody, perennial herb of the genus Thymus,, family Labiatae. Species are grown as ornamentals and for their aromatic foliage used in seasoning.
Lavender is an important medicinal herb of the family Labiatae. Lavender is originally grown in Southern Europe and the Mediterranean and is planted on a mass scale for commercial purposes in UK, Australia, Bulgaria, China, USA, Hungary, Portugal, Spain and France [21].
Rosemarinus officinalis, belonging to family Labiatae, commonly called as rosemary, is widely found along the north and south coasts of the Mediterranean Sea and also in the sub-Himalayan areas (Kotb, 1985).
--1966-- Morphology and anatomy of fruit and seeds in the family Labiatae with particular respect to medicinal species -- Monogr.
More recently, a survey was performed on four aromatic species belonging to the family Labiatae and shows the following gastropod richness: 19 for thyme, 18 for rosemary, 16 for lavender, and finally 7 for horehound [5].
Carvacrol, the predominant monoterpenic phenol which occurs in many essential oils of the family Labiatae including Origanum, Satureja, Thymbra, Thymus and Corydothymus species used through the ages as a source of flavour in food (Krimer et al., 1995).
(family Labiatae) was evaluated in mice using different experimental models.