PDF | On Jan 1, , Paul Ford and others published Book Review: Cinnamon and Cassia. The Genus Cinnamomum. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , Dorothea Bedigian and others published Cinnamon and Cassia. The Genus Cinnamomum. Medicinal and. This volume covers species of the genus Cinnamomum, in particular, cinnamon ( C. verum syn. C. zeylanicum), cassia (Chinese cassia, C. cassia syn.
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Ferrara Pan Red Hots, a cinnamon-based candy. Cinnamon is used mainly as an aromatic condiment and flavouring additive in a wide variety of cuisinessweet and savoury dishes, breakfast cerealssnackfoods cinnamimum, tea and traditional foods.
The term “cinnamon” also is used to describe its mid-brown colour. Name your project Please enter project name. The gifts of Hellenistic rulers to temples sometimes included cassia and cinnamon.
A chapter on chemistry details the unique composition of cinnamon and cassia; it precedes an explanation of crop management, harvesting, and processing of Srilankan cinnamon. Genus Cinnamomum explores in detail Srilankan cinnamon, Chinese cassia, Indonesian cassia, Indian cassia, camphor, and also the important related and During the s, Ferdinand Magellan was searching for spices on behalf of Spain, and in the Philippines found Cinnamomum mindanaensewhich was closely related to C.
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This book points out that Vietnamese and Chinese cassia are the same, with differences only in harvesting and processing. Written by a cassix of experts from throughout Asia, this volume is the only comprehensive monograph on these spices, benefiting those engaged in study, cultivation, marketing, processing, and product development.
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The introductory cinnamkmum depicts the history of these spices, followed by a detailed analysis of botany and crop improvement that examines taxonomy, morphology, embryology, reproduction, and propagation.
Through the Middle Agesthe source of cinnamon remained a mystery to the Western world. A systematic review and meta-analysis” PDF.
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Properties see more detailsnomenclature nomenclature Subject Category: What are VitalSource eBooks? Cinnamon is the name for several species of trees and the commercial spice products that some of them produce.
It is used in the preparation of chocolateespecially in Mexico. Genjs Modern English also used the names canel and canellasimilar to the current names of cinnamon in several other European languages, which are derived from the Latin word cannellaa diminutive of canna”tube”, from the way the bark curls up as it dries.
February Learn how cinnaamomum when to remove this template message. Krishnamoorthy Chemistry of Cinnamon and Cassia U. A comprehensive volume, Cinnamon and Cassia: Exclusive web offer for individuals. Lists and related topics Lists of herbs and spices. Retrieved 3 August The disruption of this trade by the rise of other Mediterranean powers, such as the Mamluk sultans and the Ottoman Empirewas one of many factors that led Europeans to search more widely for other routes to Asia.
It also includes chapters on Indian and Indonesian varieties of cassia, along with overviews of the camphor tree, and coverage of cinnamon and cassia pharmacology, toxicology, end uses, economics, and marketing. The authors’ conclusion was: Archived from the original on 9 July