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Gewürzpflanzen und Stimulantien

  • Heinz Brücher

Zusammenfassung

Unter den domestizierten tropischen Gewächsen befinden sich erstaunlich viele Gewürzpflanzen, die in botanischer Hinsicht zu den allerverschiedensten Familien gehören. Das beweist, daß Aromastoffe und Gewürze ein altes Anliegen der Menschheit betreffen. Gut zu speisen — denn dazu dienen die Gewürze — war offenbar seit alters für viele Millionen Menschen eine ernsthafte Beschäftigung oder — vor allem in Asien — ein bevorzugtes Vergnügen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Heinz Brücher
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  1. 1.Instituto de Biología VegetalUniversidad Nacional de CuyoMendozaRepublica Argentinien

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