By Alister D. Muir, Neil D. Westcott
Linum usitatissimum is a broadly dispensed plant that has a protracted historical past of conventional use as either an business oil and fiber crop. it's referred to as linseed within the uk, or flax in North the USA. For the final 15 years, there was a progressively growing to be curiosity within the medicinal and nutraceutical price of flax, together with experimental proof for its use within the prevention of melanoma and cardiovascular and kidney diseases.This quantity is a finished overview of the genus masking all points of the taxonomy, chemistry, cultivation, pharmacology and advertisement makes use of of flax. It describes the sickness prevention strength of those crops. With fabric written via top specialists, Flax: The Genus Linum may be a useful reference for these attracted to nutraceuticals, medicinal vegetation, pharmacy and agronomy.
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The branching of the flax stem determines the quality of the fiber. A long, primary fiber can only be obtained from a part of the stem that has no side branches. Fiber flax is planted at high density, so each plant develops only one main shoot. 6). Only this part of the stem produces the fiber used in the textile industry. This implies that these plants do not have many side branches and, therefore, will have low seed productivity. e. nontextile) purposes has increased. This has resulted in technical stem length losing its importance as a selection criterion in breeding programs, as short fibers are also suitable for such uses.
3 Distribution of species in the genus Linum L. , 1988 Palhinha, 1939 Gleason and Cronquist, 1998 Vvedenskij, 1983 Scoggan, 1978 Aeschimann and Burder, 1994 Kitamura, 1960 Uribe-Echebarria and Alejandre, 1982 Barcelo, 1979 Hnatiuk, 1990 Jafri and El-Gadi, 1977 Stewart, 1972 Meikle, 1985 Harja, 1993 Monastir and Hassib, 1956 Smith, 1966 Lawalrée, 1964 Rechinger, 1964 Blatter, 1978 Ohwi, 1965 Gram and Jessen, 1958 Copyright © 2003 Taylor & Francis TGLC02 15/04/2003 2:38 PM Page 36 rich diversity with 38 Linum species.
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Flax: The genus Linum (Medicinal and Aromatic Plants - Industrial Profiles) by Alister D. Muir, Neil D. Westcott