Saffron: Crocus sativus L.
CRC Press, Jun 23, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 148 pages
Providing a comprehensive and contemporary overview of the status of this particular genus, this book will be of interest to all those concerned with the study and uses of spices, medicinal and aromatic plants.
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PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE PROSPECTS
2 BOTANY TAXONOMY AND CYTOLOGY OF C SATIVUS L AND ITS ALLIES
3 REPRODUCTION BIOLOGY OF SAFFRON AND ITS ALLIES
4 SAFFRON CHEMISTRY
5 SAFFRON CROCUS SATIVUS L IN ITALY
6 SAFFRON CULTIVATION IN AZERBAIJAN
7 SAFFRON CULTIVATION IN GREECE
8 SAFFRON CULTIVATION IN MOROCCO
9 SAFFRON TECHNOLOGY
10 SAFFRON IN BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL RESEARCH
11 MECHANIZED SAFFRON CULTIVATION INCLUDING HARVESTING
12 STERILITY AND PERSPECTIVES FOR GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF CROCUS SATIVUS L
13 IN VITRO PROPAGATION AND SECONDARY METABOLITE PRODUCTION IN CROCUS SATIVUS L
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