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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: József Simkó, Zoltán Szabó, Kitti Barta, Dóra Újvárosi, Péter Nánási, and István Lőrincz

5 289 295 Cao, J. M., Chen, L. S., KenKnight, B. H., et al.: Nerve sprouting and sudden cardiac death. Circ. Res., 2000, 86 , 816

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Abadias, M., Usall, J., Anguera, M., Solsona, C. & Viyas, I. (2008): Microbiological quality of fresh, minimally-processed fruit and vegetables, and sprouts from retail establishments. Int. J

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. LWT – Food Science and Technology , 65 : 1044 – 1049 . 10.1016/j.lwt.2015.09.043 Butscher , D. , Van Loon , H. , Waskow , A. , von Rohr , P.R. , and Schuppler , M. ( 2016 ). Plasma inactivation of microorganisms on sprout seeds in a

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-harvest sprouting of wheat. Euphytica 26 :299–308. McMaster G.J. On the problem of pre-harvest sprouting of wheat Euphytica 1977

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’ ‘Present Age’ (founded 1868), Mrs. A. Buffum's ‘News from the Spirit World' (founded 1868), the ‘Spiritual Record' (founded 1879) and the ‘Universe’ (founded 1868 by a certain H. N. F. Lewis) were only a few spiritualistic periodicals sprouting in Chicago

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108 132 Streštik J, Verő J 2000: Reconstruction of the spring temperatures in the 18th century based on the measured length of grapevine sprouts. Idűjárás , 104, 123

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the cardiomyocytic apoptosis (caspase-3), attenuated the sympathetic nerve innervations (tyrosine hydroxylase, an GAP43 protein expression) and sprouting and reduced the vulnerability of ventricular arrhythmias after ischemic MI. Also, Khan et al. ( 30

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significance (U, five-point scale, weighted for significance of use) (cf. Turner 1988:280–281) Use categories Use value (U) Wild edible plants – e.g. roots, bulbs, tubers eaten 4 Wild edible plants – e.g. stems, leaves, sprouts eaten 4 Wild edible plants – e

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acid and omega 3/6 oil in chia seed ( Muñoz-Tsbar et al., 2019 ). Chia also promotes glycaemic index and weight loss due to high dietary fibre content ( Jenkins et al., 2016 ). Human dietary chia is usually consumed raw in salads as sprouts or seeds and

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products, such as gymnemic acid, cichoric acid, and vitexin ( Zhu et al., 2015; Li et al., 2019; Peng et al., 2020 ). OA is a pentacyclic triterpenoid found in many fruits and vegetables such as, olive leaves, grapes, mistletoe sprouts, and papaya. OA has

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