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Cultivated Plants, Primarily as Food Sources

Edited by : Gyorgy Fuleky,

University of Agricultural Sciences, Hungary


1. Grains and Cereals

Marton Jolankai

Wheat and Barley

Marton Jolankai

Rice

Krisztina R. Vegh

Rye, Oats, Maize, and other Cereals

Marton Jolankai

Sorghum and Millet

Iren Leder

Buckwheat, Amarambus, and other Pseudograin Crops

Iren Leder


2. Edible Bean Plants

Ildiko Schuster-Gajzago

Peas and Lentils

Ildiko Schuster-Gajzago

Beans

Ildiko Schuster-Gajzago

Lupine and other Leguminous Crops

Ildiko Schuster-Gajzago


3. Vegetables and Plants for Edible Starch, Oil, Sugar, and Beverage Production

Krisztina R. Vegh

Vegetables / Rootcrops

Krisztina R. Vegh

Vegetables, Others

Krisztina R. Vegh

Starch Bearing Plants

Krisztina R. Vegh

Protein Bearing Plants

Krisztina R. Vegh

Plants as Source of Oil

Katalin Vasarhelyi Peredi

Jozsef Peredi

Sugar-Bearing Plants

Krisztina R. Vegh

Plants Used for the Production of Beverages

Ferenc Pandi

Plants Used for the Production of Stimulants

Bernath Jeno

Spices

Bernath Jeno


4. Fruits and Nuts

Bela Berenyi

Fruits in Moderate and Northern Latitudes

Bela Berenyi

Subtropical Fruits

Bela Berenyi

Temperate Fruits

Bela Berenyi

Tropical Fruits

Bela Berenyi

Nut Plants

Bela Berenyi


5. Fiber, Forage, and Industrial Crops

Marton Jolankai

Fiber Plants

Marton Jolankai

Forage Plants

Marton Jolankai

Industrial Crops

Marton Jolankai

Ornamental Plants

Gabor Schmidt

Pharmaceutical Plants

Bernath Jeno

Medicinal Plants

Bernath Jeno

Aromatic Plants

Bernath Jeno

Coloring Plants

Bernath Jeno


 

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