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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.
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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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Raja, "Medicinally potential plants of Labiatae (lamiaceae) family: an overview," Research Journal of Medicinal Plant, vol.
(Lamiaceae) showed good insecticidal outcome (i.e., over 96% mortality).
Generally, isobilateral, centric, or dorsiventral leaf mesophyll has been reported in species within the Lamiaceae family [16].
Antioxidant activity of herb extracts from five medicinal plants from Lamiaceae, subfamily Lamioideae.
(Lamiaceae) for 15, 22, 29, and 36 days, with the best development of seedlings attained at a growth period of 22 and 29 days.
Developing weeds plantations in density agricultural crops Asteraceae 952 Amaranthaceae 1086 Asphodelaceae 43 Boraginaceae 441 Brassicaceae 1296 Caryophylloideae 95 Chenopodiaceae 17 Convolvulaceae 54 Convolvulaceae 36 Cyperaceae 501 Fabaceae 119 Lamiaceae 17 Malvaceae 146 Papaveraceae 156 Poaceae 529 Resedaceae 27 Solanaceae 35 Zygophyllaceae 40 Table 1: List of weeds of developing agricultural crops filed at Al-Shafa area.
Only a very few members of the Lamiaceae have evolved fleshy, animal-attracting fruits (or fruits plus accessory structures), but no Salvia has done so.
Asimismo, Asteraceae, Fabaceae y Lamiaceae fueron las familias con mayor aporte al espectro.
Majewska, "Chemical composition and antibacterial acrivity of some medicinal plants from lamiaceae family," Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica-Drug Research, vol.
Keywords: Ocimum basilicum; Lamiaceae; Triterpenoid saponins