Oregano: The Genera Origanum and Lippia
Spiridon E Kintzios
Oregano: The Genera Origanum and Lippia is an updated analysis of the technical
knowledge and market information on the world's most commercially valuable spice.
The book treats various aspects of practical significance for the crop's industrialization,
such as optimizing germplasm selection and utilization, novel cultivation methods and
product processing, blending and uses in different countries, along with other issues not
included in previous reviews. Written by leading experts, every aspect of this plant genera
is examined in detail. Information is provided on the structural dynamics of Origanum as
well as analytical information on extraction, isolation and characterization. This helps the
reader form a clear picture of the construction and operation of this specific genus.
Extensively referenced, with a special guide to electronic data retrieval strategies, this
volume is the definitive source of information for anyone interested in the research and
application of Oregano across both academia and industry.
Hardback 296pp ISBN 9780415369435
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