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Men·tha

(men'thă),
A genus of plants of the family Labiatae. Mentha piperita is peppermint; Mentha pulegium, pennyroyal; Mentha viridis, spearmint.
Synonym(s): mint
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Mentha

genus of herbs in family Lamiaceae; unidentified toxin; clinical signs include incoordination, diarrhea; with some plants abortion and photosensitization also recorded; includes M. australis (native mint), M. longifolia (horse mint), M. pulegium (penny royal), M. satureioides (native mint).
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Mentha piperita leaves dried in an oven at 35[degrees]C had the highest essential oil content (2.
1996), em estudos com Mentha arvensis, constataram que a epoca ideal de colheita depende das condicoes de temperatura apos o plantio e observaram maior teor de oleo essencial aos 120-135 dias de idade, apos o plantio, logo apos o florescimento, indicando que o teor de oleo essencial pode aumentar apos o florescimento, o que ocorreu no presente estudo.
It seems then that in the case of Hyssopus, Mentha and Satureja there may or may not appear mucilage, depending on the species.
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Highest and lowest total phenolic content were present in leave extract of Mentha royleana (384.
A 'MINT' PLANT I WAS also introduced to the mint "Eau de Cologne" - Mentha x piperita f.
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Caliothrips phaseoli (Hood) and Dinurothrips hookeri Hood were observed associated with damage on leaves of mint, Mentha sp.
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