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Health Effects (CO2-Plant Production of Health-Promoting Substances: Medicinal Plants)

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Health Effects (Carbon Dioxide: Health-Promoting Substances, Medicinal Plants)


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Summary


* -- Elevated CO2 Improves Growth and Essential Oil Production in Lippia alba

* -- Effects of Elevated CO2 on Medicinal Properties of Guava Plants

* -- Positive Effects of Elevated CO2 on an Important Brazilian Shrub

* -- Effects of CO2 on the Growth & Flavonoids of Two Medicinal Plants

* -- CO2-Enriched Air Boosts Medicinal Value of an Endangered Plant

* -- CO2 Enrichment of a Highly-Prized Chinese Medicinal Herb

Health-Promoting Properties of Three Varieties of Kacip Fatimah

Elevated CO2 Enhances Health-Promoting Properties of Oil Palms

Ginger: It's More Than Just a Culinary Spice

Here's to Your Health! ... Courtesy of Carbon Dioxide

Flavonoid Production in a CO2-Enriched Medicinal Plant

Effects of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on the Antioxidative Properties of a Medicinal Herb

Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment and Therapeutic Compounds of Ginger Root

Eating Healthy in a CO2-Enriched World ...

Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment of a Pair of Medicinal Plants

An Inulin-Producing Asteraceae from the Brazilian Cerrado

The Pharmacological Activity of Scutellaria Plants

The Virtues of Thyme

Opiate Production by Poppies

CO2 Effects on a Seaweed of Economic, Health and Environmental Importance

Effects of Elevated CO2 and O3 on Phenolic Compounds in Birch Leaves

Effects of Very High CO2 Concentrations on Ginseng Roots

Responses of Medicinal Substances in St. John's Wort to Elevated CO2

The Effects of Elevated CO2 on Medicinal Substances Found in St. John's Wort Plants

Why Are We Living Longer?

CO2 Enhances Plant Production of Cancer-Fighting Substances