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Mint

A place where coins are manufactured. In general, the coins produced at a government-sponsored mint are legal tender, though private minted coins may have an intrinsic value due to their metal content. Before fiat money became common, many paper notes were exchangeable for a minted coin containing some specified level of gold or silver.

mint

the organization that has the exclusive right to manufacture and issue BANK NOTES and COINS on the instructions of a government's monetary authorities. In the UK this function is performed by the Royal Mint, part of the BANK OF ENGLAND.
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The antimicrobial activities of methanolic extracts of some Lamiaceae members collected from Turkey.
Lamiaceae Aerial Volatile oil part Michelia champaca Linn.
Recent studies show that some plants from the lamiaceae family are very rich in phenolic compounds, such as flavonoids, phenolic acids and phenolic diterpenes and possess high antioxidant activities [2,23,35].
This review summarizes experimental researches about drought stress and its effects on growth and active substances of some medicinal plants from Lamiaceae family.
Lamiaceae family is recognized for their medicinal uses, because of their vital oils content, antimicrobial activity of different species of this family was demonstrated (Skaltsa et al.
Key words: Ocimum gratissimum Linn, Lamiaceae, common names-Mosquito plant, Fever plant-Leaf essential oil, Acute toxicity, Sub-chronic toxicity, Sedative effect, Histopathology, Haematology, Enzyme assay
Influence of foliar applied cytokinins on growth and essential oil content of several members of the Lamiaceae.
Basil produces a range of polyphenolic compounds including rosmarinic acid, a characteristic it shares with herbs in the genus Lamiaceae.
The Araceae, Lamiaceae, Malvaceae and Solanaceae families provided the largest number of species, with three plants each.
Coleus ambonicus Lour; Plectranthus amboinicus Lour) of the family Lamiaceae is native to East Indies and widely cultivated in Africa and almost all tropical countries.
a member of Lamiaceae is a perennial herb native to southern climates of Europe and North America.