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Breeding research of medicinal and aromatic plants

Abstract
To breed plants that provide secondary products requires extensive analyzing procedures, but definetly needed because of the heterogenity of the basic raw material which is currently available.
In particular, we investigate the species Primula veris, Thymus vulgaris, Achillea millefolium, Salvia officinalis and Mjorana hortensis.
Lemma
Züchtungsgenetische Aspekte
Project leader
Franz Chlodwig
Duration
30.12.97-30.12.08
Type of Research
Applied research
Vetmed Research Units
Institute of Animal Nutrition and Functional Plant Compounds
Funded by
Veterinärmedizinische Universität Wien, Veterinärplatz 1, 1210 Wien, Austria
5 Publications

Mader, E; Bein-Lobmaier, B; Novak, J; Franz, Ch (2007): The effect of contaminating an /-/-alpha-bisabolol with an /-/-alpha-bisabololoxide (A,B)chemotype of tetraploide chamomile. I International Symposium on Chamomile Research, Development and Production, Presov, Slovak Republic, 7-10 June 2006. Acta Horticulturae (749) 97-102.

Fischer, U; Lopez, R; Pöll, E; Vetter, S; Novak, J; Franz, C (2004): Two chemotypes within Lippia alba populations in Guatemala. Flavour and Fragrance Journal (19) 333-335.

Novak, J (2003): Improving Raw Material Quality of Plants Producing Secondary Metabolites. Habilitationsschrift, Vet. Med. Univ. Wien, pp. 150.

Novak, J; Franz, Ch (2001): Züchterische Beeinflussung des Inhaltsstoffspektrums und der Qualität von Gewürzen und Kräutern. XXXVI. Vortragstagung der DGQ, Jena, Deutschland, Germany, 19.-20.03.2001. XXXVI. Vortragstagung der DGQ, Jena, Deutschland, 19.-20.03.2001.

Franz, Ch (2001): Qualitätssicherung von Heil- und Gewürzpflanzen. XXXVI. Vortragstagung der DGQ, Jena, Deutschland, Germany, 19.-20.03.2001. XXXVI. Vortragstagung der DGQ, Jena, Deutschland, 19.-20.03.2001.

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