Citations with the tag: SESBANIA
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- Incidence of Mesoplatys ochroptera StÃ¥l (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) on Sesbania sesban in pure and mixed species fallows in eastern Zambia.
G. Sileshi; P.L. Mafongoya // Agroforestry Systems; 2002, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p225
The sesbania beetle, Mesoplatys ochroptera StÃ¥l (Chrysomelidae: Coleoptera), is a serious defoliator of Sesbania sesban in eastern and southern Africa. Developing integrated pest management practices against the beetle is an important aspect of the adoption of S. sesban as an improved fallow...
- Characterization of rhizobia from Sesbania species native to seasonally wetland areas in Uruguay.
Andrea RodrÃguez Blanco; Fabiana Csukasi; Cecilia Abreu; Margarita Sicardi // Biology & Fertility of Soils; Aug2008, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p925
AbstractÃ‚Â Ã‚Â Naturally growing Sesbania species with tolerance to unfavourable habitats are widely distributed in non-cultivated seasonally wetland areas in Uruguay. We investigated the relative abundance, diversity and symbiotic efficiency of Sesbania punicea and S. virgata...
- Histochemical investigation of different organce of genus sesbania of marathwada region in maharashtra.
Momin, R. K.; Kadam, V. B. // Journal of Phytology; Dec2011, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p31
The histochemical studies of leaves and wood of Sesbania grandiflora, Sesbania bispinosa and Sesbania cannabina are medicinally important plants of Marathwada region in Maharashtra. For histochemical studies the free hand sections of leaves and wood were taken and treated with the respective...
- A seedling inoculation test for screening Sesbania sesban for resistance to the seedling defoliator, Mesoplatys ochroptera.
Owuor, B.O.; Gudu, S.; Onyango, J.C. // Agroforestry Systems; 2002, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p193
Examines the seedling inoculation test for Sesbania sesban and other Sesbania species in Kenya. Susceptibility of S. sesban to Mesoplatys ochroptera; Resistance of S. cinerascens to M. ochroptera; Measurement on the leaf consumption and larvae abundance of M. ochroptera.
- Productivity of four sesbania species on two soil types in Ethiopia.
Mengistu, S.; Keftasa, D.; Yami, A. // Agroforestry Systems; 2002, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p235
Compares the productivity of sesbania species on two different soil types in Ethiopia. Growth of S. macrantha on light soil; Adaptability of S. quadrata on heavy soil; Impact of poor nodulation on dry matter yield.
- Tephrosia species and provenances for improved fallows in southern Africa.
P.L. Mafongoya; R. Chintu; T.S. Chirwa; J. Matibini; S. Chikale // Agroforestry Systems; 2003, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p279
Seeking an alternative to Sesbania spp. tree fallows, a Tephrosia species and provenance trial was conducted at Msekera Research Station, Chipata (Zambia) to evaluate eleven Tephrosia vogelii and three Tephrosia candida provenances. They were tested for biomass production, quality of biomass,...
Gowda, C. L. Laxmipathi // Asian Agri-History; Oct-Dec2014, Vol. 18 Issue 4, piii
The article discusses various papers published in this issue including one by R. Kalita et al. on rice seedlings, one by N. C. Shah on tamarind and one by Janken Myrdal on agricultural literature in Eurasia.
- In vitro culture studies on Sesbania rostrata.
Rajadurai, Doreen; Rao, A. N. // Journal of Tropical Medicinal Plants; Dec2011, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p207
Members of Leguminosae are very important since they provide food, timber, resins and medicine for man. Legumes in tropics enrich soil fertility through nitrogen fixation and some of them provide excellent green manures and helpful in biomass production. Sesbania species are popularly used in...
- Invert emulsion droplet size and mycoherbicidal activity of Colletotrichum truncatum
Boyette, C. Douglas; Egley, Grant H.; Hanks, James E. // Weed Technology; Apr/Jun1993, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p417
No abstract available.
- Production of Catechol-type of Siderophores by Rhizobium sp. Isolate from Stem Nodules of Sesbania procumbens (Roxb.) W and A.
Sridevi, M.; Kumar, K. G.; Mallaiah, K. V. // Research Journal of Microbiology; 2008, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p282
The Rhizobium sp. isolated from stem nodules of Sesbania procumbens (Roxb.) W and A was studied for its ability to produce siderophores on Chrome-Azurol S agar medium. The symbiont was able to produce catechol-type of siderophores in culture after 4 h of incubation. Maximum siderophore...
- A lectin from Sesbania aculeata ( Dhaincha) roots and its possible function.
Biswas, S.; Saroha, A.; Das, H. // Biochemistry (00062979); Mar2009, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p329
A lectin was isolated from the roots of Sesbania aculeata. This is a glucose specific lectin having 39 kDa subunit molecular weight. The expression of this lectin was found to be developmentally regulated and observed to be the highest in the second week. The lectin was purified by affinity...
- Determination of ash values of some medicinal plants of genus sesbania of marathwada region in maharashtra.
Mmin, R. K.; Kadam, V. B. // Journal of Phytology; Dec2011, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p52
The seasonal variation of total ash, water soluble ash and water insoluble ash have been investigated leaves , wood and bark of Sesbania grandiflora, Sesbania bispinosa and Sesbania cannabina, which are medicinally important. Comparative account of total ash, water soluble ash and water...
- TECHNOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF CARBOXYMETHYL SESBANIA GALACTOMANNAN GUM DERIVATIVES AS THICKENERS IN REACTIVE PRINITING.
Rekaby, Manal Moustafa; Abd El-Thalouth, Ibrahim; Rahman, Adel A. H.; Abd El-Satar El-Khabery, Shabaan // BioResources; 2010, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p1517
Galactomannan gum isolated from the seeds of sesbania was subjected to chemical modification via carboxymethylation in non-aqueous medium using monochloroacetic acid under the catalytic action of sodium hydroxide. The obtained derivatives were subjected to measuring the degrees of substitution...
- Variations in Outer-membrane Characteristics of Two Stem-nodulating Bacteria of Sesbania rostrata and its Role in Tolerance Towards Diverse Stress.
Sharma, Radhey; Mishra, Vandana; Mohmmed, Asif; Babu, Cherukuri // Current Microbiology; Jul2011, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p81
Outer-membrane characteristics may determine the survivability of rhizobia under diverse abiotic and biotic stresses. Therefore, the role of lipopolysaccharides (LPS) and membrane proteins of two stem-nodulating bacteria of Sesbania rostrata ( Azorhizobium caulinodans ORS571 and Rhizobium sp....
- In situ green manuring with daincha (Sesbania aculeata Pers.): a cost effective management alternative for wet seeded rice (Oryza sativu L.).
Anitha, S.; Mathew, Jose // Journal of Tropical Agriculture; 2010, Vol. 48, p34
Two field experiments were conducted on simultaneous growing and incorporation of daincha (Sesbania aculeata Pers.) in wet seeded rice in the humid tropics of Kerala, India. The objectives were to optimize the stage and method of incorporation of daincha, to evaluate N release pattern following...
- Effect of Different Levels of Molasses on Nutritive Value and In Vitro Gas Production of Sesbania (Sesbania sesban) Silage.
Hassan, A. A. // Jordan Journal of Agricultural Sciences; 2014, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p397
This study was conducted to determine the nutritive value of sesbania Silage by using of different levels of molasses with rates 0,3 and 6% (of fresh matter basis)and ensiled for 0,20 and 40 days, after end of ensiled, the smell is acceptable and like vinegar smell in all rates of molasses and...
- Susceptibility Of Sesbania grandiflora Root Extract Against Problematic Groups Of Drug Resistant Microbes.
M. Manigandan; M. Syed Muzammil // International Journal of PharmTech Research; Apr-Jun2013, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p674
Medicinal plants have been considered as important therapeutic aid for alleviating ailments of man kind. In spite of tremendous development in the field of allopathy. Medicinal plants and their derivatives still remain one of the major roles in medicinal therapy. The world's health organization...
- ANTI - INFLAMMATORY POTENTIAL OF AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF SESBANIA SESBAN (L) MERR.
SUBRAMANIAN, KATHIRAVAN; KALAVA, SHWETHA V. // International Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences; 2014, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p301
Objective: To evaluate the anti-inflammatory potential of aqueous extract of Sesbaniasesban (L) Merr. seeds in carrageenan induced paw edema model in rats. Methods: The seeds of Sesbaniasesban (L) Merr. were powdered and aqueous extract prepared were used for the evaluation of its...
- New scale insect found in Florida.
SUBRAMANIAN, KATHIRAVAN; KALAVA, SHWETHA V. // GMPRO - Greenhouse Management & Production; Oct2006, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p10
The article reports the discovery of an unidentified Iceryine, a scale insect, in Broward County, Florida. The initial find was on a Sesbania species or Leguminosae, a find which is considered to be the first in the U.S. Not too much is known about the particular scale insect species and...
- Maize and sesbania production in relay cropping at three landscape positions in Malawi.
A. D. K. Phiri; G. Y. Kanyama-Phiri; S. Snapp // Agroforestry Systems; 1999, Vol. 47 Issue 1-3, p153
The relay cropping of sesbania (Sesbania sesban) -- a N/math>-fixing legume -- with maize (Zea mays) has been proposed as a strategy to increase soil fertility and food production in densely populated areas in southern Africa. We determined the production of relay-cropped maize and sesbania at...
- Sesbania sesban improved fallows in eastern Zambia: Their inception, development and farmer enthusiasm.
F. R. Kwesiga; S. Franzel; F. Place; D. Phiri; C. P. Simwanza // Agroforestry Systems; 1999, Vol. 47 Issue 1-3, p49
In eastern Zambia, nitrogen deficiency is a major limiting factor for increased food production. Soil fertility has been declining because of nearly continuous maize (Zea mays) cultivation with little or no nutrient inputs. The use of short-duration tree fallows was one of several agroforestry...
- The root-knot nematode problem in sesbania fallows and scope for managing it in western Kenya.
J. Desaeger; M. R. Rao // Agroforestry Systems; 1999, Vol. 47 Issue 1-3, p273
Sesbania (Sesbania sesban), which is promoted as a short- duration-fallow species in eastern and southern Africa, is an alternative host to root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne spp.). Therefore, it is important to know the extent of sesbania infection by the nematode on farms and its effects to crops...
- Unrefined corn oil improves the mycoherbicidal activity of Colletotrichum truncatum for hemp sesbania (Sesbania exaltata) control
Boyette, C. Douglas // Weed Technology; Jul/Sep1994, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p526
No abstract available.
- Camar- Hind.
Randeria-Leonard, Shyamal // India Currents; Nov2010, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p54
The article offers information on tamarinds in India. It mentions that tamarind or "Tamar-Hind" in Arabic means Indian date. It states that the tamarind's pulp has many uses in Indian curries and its sour taste is due to the high tartaric acid content of the fruit. It notes that tamarinds have...
- Preparation and Characterization of Phosphorylated Sesbania Galactomannan Gum Derivatives and Their Applications in Textile Printing.
Abd El-Thalouth, I.; Rekaby, M.; Abdel-Rahman, A.H.; El-khabery, Sh. A. // Research Journal of Textile & Apparel; Feb2012, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p68
Galactomannan gum isolated from the seeds of sesbania is subjected to chemical modification via phosphorylation. This is conducted via heating moistened blends of the gum with a mixture of orthophosphate salt. Three different phosphate ester derivatives are prepared by changing the reaction...
- The root-knot nematode problem in sesbania fallows and scope for managing it in western Kenya
Rao, M. R.; Desaeger, J. // Agroforestry Systems; 1998, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p273
Sesbania (Sesbania sesban), which is promoted as a short- duration-fallow species in eastern and southern Africa, is an alternative host to root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne spp.). Therefore, it is important to know the extent of sesbania infection by the nematode on farms andits effects to crops...
- Root development in a Sesbania sesban fallow-maize system in EasternZambia
Kwesiga, F.; Torquebiau, E. F. // Agroforestry Systems; May1996, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p193
No abstract available.
- Sesbania Mosaic Virus (SeMV) Infectious Clone: Possible Mechanism of 3' and 5' End Repair and Role of Polyprotein Processing in Viral Replication.
Govind, Kunduri; M�kinen, Kristiina; Savithri, Handanahal S. // PLoS ONE; Feb2012, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p1
Sesbania mosaic virus (SeMV) is a positive stranded RNA virus belonging to the genus Sobemovirus. Construction of an infectious clone is an essential step for deciphering the virus gene functions in vivo. Using Agrobacterium based transient expression system we show that SeMV icDNA is infectious...
- The Chemical Components of Sesbania grandiflora Root and Their Antituberculosis Activity.
Hasan, Noviany; Osman, Hasnah; Mohamad, Suriyati; Chong, Wong Keng; Awang, Khalijah; Mohd Zahariluddin, Anis Safirah // Pharmaceuticals; Aug2012, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p882
Three isoflavanoids, isovestitol (1), medicarpin (2), and sativan (3), along with another known compound, betulinic acid (4), were isolated from the root of Sesbania grandiflora. The structures of the isolated compounds were characterised by means of spectroscopic techniques (UV, IR, MS, 1H- and...
- EFFECT OF INTEGRATED USE OF ORGANIC MANURES AND INORGANIC FERTILIZERS ON GRAIN YIELD OF WHEAT.
Akhtar, Naveed; Ali, Abbas; Ali, Zulfiqar; Iqbal, Javed; Nadeem, Mushtaq Ahmed; Sattar, Abdus // Journal of Agricultural Research; Apr-Jun2011, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p181
A study was conducted at Agronomic Research Institute, AARI, Faisalabad Pakistan during 2006-07 and 2007-08 to investigate the effect of integrated use of organic manures [farm yard manure (FYM) and sesbania (Sesbania rostrata) as green manure] and inorganic fertilizer on wheat yield. The...
- Effects of sugar type and concentration on the characteristics of fermented turi (Sesbania grandiflora (L.) Poir) milk.
Sutikno; Rizal, Samsul; Marniza // Emirates Journal of Food & Agriculture (EJFA); Aug2013, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p576
Fermented milk products are widely consumed for their positive health image, which can be further enhanced by the addition of probiotic bacteria with therapeutic properties. One of the fermented milk products is fermented turi-milk; however, the turi milk has unpleasant off flavor and sour...
- Tree species and pruning regime affect crop yield on bench terraces in SW Uganda.
Siriri, D.; Ong, C. K.; Wilson, J.; Boffa, J. M.; Black, C. R. // Agroforestry Systems; Jan2010, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p65
Integration of trees on farms may exert complementary or competitive effects on crop yield. This 4 year study examined novel systems in which Alnus acuminata (alnus), Calliandra calothyrsus (calliandra), Sesbania sesban (sesbania) or a mixture of all three were grown on the degraded upper part...
- Adjuvant and Refined Corn Oil Formulation Effects on Conidial Germination, Appressorial Formation and Virulence of the Bioherbicide, Colletotrichum truncatum.
Boyette, C. Douglas; Hoagland, Robert E. // Plant Pathology Journal; 2013, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p50
Several surfactants, plant extracts and fatty acids were tested for stimulation of conidial germination, appressorial formation and virulence of Colletotrichum truncatum, a bioherbicide of the weed, hemp sesbania (Sesbania exaltata). The commercial surfactants (TweensÂ® 40, 60, 80, 85 and...
- Maize yields under coppicing and non coppicing fallows in a fallow-maize rotation system in central Zimbabwe.
Nyamadzawo, G.; Nyamugafata, P.; Wuta, M.; Nyamangara, J. // Agroforestry Systems; Feb2012, Vol. 84 Issue 2, p273
Fallowing can improve crop yields as a result of improved soil fertility and nutrient status. The objective of this work was to determine the effects of fallows and pruning regimes in coppicing fallows on soil moisture and maize yields under conventional tillage (CT) and no tillage (NT). Fallows...
- Remote Sensing to Distinguish Soybean from Weeds After Herbicide Application.
Henry, W. Brien; Shaw, David R.; Reddy, Kambham R.; Bruce, Lori M.; Tamhankar, Hrishikesh D. // Weed Technology; Jul-Sep2004, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p594
Two experiments, one focusing on preemergence (PRE) herbicides and the other on postemergence (POST) herbicides, were conducted and repeated in time to examine the utility of hyperspectral remote sensing data for discriminating common cocklebur, hemp sesbania, pitted morningglory, sicklepod, and...
- Cadmium Accumulation and Antioxidative Responses in the Sesbania drummondii Callus.
Israr, M.; Sahi, S. V.; Jain, J. // Archives of Environmental Contamination & Toxicology; Jan2006, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p121
The effect of cadmium (Cd) on growth, accumulation, and antioxidative response was studied in Sesbania drummondii callus, cultivated on different concentrations of Cd (0â€“250 Î¼M) for four weeks. Callus growth was comparable to that of the control for concentrations up to 50 Î¼M Cd;...
- A Study on Green Dyeing of Cotton with Ethanolic Extract of Sesbania aculeata.
Swami, Charu; Saini, Sangita; Gupta, V. B. // Universal Journal of Environmental Research & Technology; Apr2012, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p38
In the recent past, the pollution resulting from the production and use of synthetic colorants, has received increased worldwide awareness. This has led to a significant revival of interest in natural colorants in the last few years. There is a realization amongst consumers and in textile...
- Condensed tannins from Sesbania sesban and Desmodium intortum as a means of Haemonchus contortus control in goats.
Debela, Etana; Tolera, Adugna; Eik, Lars; Salte, Ragnar // Tropical Animal Health & Production; Dec2012, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p1939
Two experiments were conducted to determine whether the proanthocyanidin (condensed tannin)-containing forage legumes Desmodium intortum cv Greenleaf and Sesbania sesban (accession 15019) could be integrated into a feeding management strategy as a means of Haemonchus contortus control in goats....
- Parameters Affecting the Early Seedling Development of Four Neotropical Trees under Oxygen Deprivation Stress.
KOLB, ROSANA MARTA; RAWYLER, ANDRÉ; BRAENDLE, ROLAND // Annals of Botany; May2002, Vol. 89 Issue 5, p551
Some of the parameters that determine flooding resistanceâ€”and consequently habitat zonationâ€”were investigated in four neotropical trees (Schizolobium parahyba, Sebastiania commersoniana, Erythrina speciosa and Sesbania virgata). The constitutive parameters of seeds (size, nature...
- ANALGESIC AND NEUROPHARMACOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON SESBANIA GRANDIFLORA.
Uddin, Mir Muhammad Nasir; Amin, Md. Ruhul; Basak, Amitabh; Shahriar, Mohammad // International Journal of Pharmacy; 2014, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p179
This study was designed to evaluate the analgesic and neurophramacological investigations of leaf extract of Sesbania grandiflora in Swiss albino mice following oral administration. In-vivo analgesic activity test was evaluated by acetic acid induced writhing method and tail immersion test....
- The Response of the Phosphate Uptake System and the Organic Acid Exudation System to Phosphate Starvation in Sesbania rostrata.
Aono, Toshihiro; Kanada, Naoki; Ijima, Ayako; Oyaizu, Hiroshi // Plant & Cell Physiology; Nov2001, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p1253
It is well known that the Pi uptake systemviathe high-affinity Pi transporter and the organic acid exudation systemviaPEPC are enhanced in the roots of Pi-starved plants. In this paper, we compared the expression of these two systems in Sesbania rostrata, a leguminous plant, on whose roots and...
- EFFECT OF PRE-GERMINATION EXPOSURE OF ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION ON Sesbania Grandiflora(l) PERS SEEDS.
Khan, M. R. // Golden Research Thoughts; Nov2013, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p1
Normal healthy seeds of Sesbania Grandiflora (L) Pers treated with ultraviolet radiations (UV) at 96 erg mm2 Sec 1 for two hours. Stimulatory effect of enabryonie development in the form of radical and plumule growth was noticed. Initial faster root and shoot growth created better plant stand....
- AvaliaÃ§Ã£o populacional de Sesbania virgata (Cav.) Pers. (Fabaceae Lindl.), nas margens do rio ParaÃba.
Souza, Vênia C.; Andrade, Leonaldo A.; Bezerra, Francisco T. C.; Fabricante, Juliano R.; Feitosa, Ramon C. // Brazilian Journal of Agricultural Sciences / Revista Brasileira ; 2011, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p314
The species Sesbania virgata (Cav.) Pers. was virtually unknown in the ecosystems of the Paraiba state until up to two decades ago, when it began to occupy riverbanks and margins of the artificial water reservoirs, revealing itself as an invasive species of certain niches. This work was carried...
- Impact of Fertilizers on the Seed Quality of Aromatic Rice.
Hossain, M. F. // Journal of Agricultural Science (1916-9752); Jun2014, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p35
This experiment was conducted in field and laboratory to evaluate the effect of fertilizer application doses in mother plant plots on seed viability, germination and vigor (seedling length) of aromatic rice. The aromatic rice varieties Kataribhog, Badshabhog and BRRI dhan37 were grown with five...
- Quantification of Biochemical Parameters in Araikeerai (Amaranthus tritis) and Agati (Sesbania grandiflora).
Sumayya, A. R.; Srinivasan, Sivagami // International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review & Resear; Mar/Apr2013, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p58
Based on the preliminary qualitative screening of phytochemicals, the quantitative analysis of phytochemicals was performed in the dried powder of Araikeerai (Amaranthus tritis) and Agati (Sesbania grandiflora). In this evaluation, biochemical constituents such as Total chlorophyll, carotenoids,...
- Species-specific prediction models to estimate browse production of seven shrub and tree species based on semi-destructive methods in savannah.
Bognounou, Fidèle; Ouédraogo, Oumarou; Zerbo, Issouf; Sanou, Lassina; Rabo, Mounyratou; Thiombiano, Adjima; Hahn, Karen // Agroforestry Systems; Oct2013, Vol. 87 Issue 5, p1053
Browse shrubs and trees, in spite of their significant role in livestock production in arid and semi-arid zones, are often omitted from pasture potential assessments because of the lack of methodology, the difficulty in calculation or method application and because it is usually a long and...
- TRADITIONAL AND AYURVEDIC MEDICINAL IMPORTANCE OF AGASTHYA LEAVES [SESBANIA GRANDIFLORA (L) PERS.] W.R.T. ITS PHARMACOGNOSTIC AND PHYSICOCHEMICAL EVALUATION.
Venkateshwarlu, G.; Shantha, T. R.; Shiddamallayya, N.; Kishore, K. R. // International Journal of Research in Ayurveda & Pharmacy; Mar2012, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p193
Agasthya [Sesbania grandiflora (L) Pers.] a traditionally revered Ayurvedic medicinal plant especially in Southern India. It goes as a principal ingredient in preparation of Ayurvedic medicinal formulations. Classical texts of Ayurveda have attributed wide ranging therapeutic indications to the...
- Phytochemical study on Sesbania grandiflora.
Reji, Abbs Fen; Alphonse, N. Rexin // Journal of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Research; 2013, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p196
Sesbania grandiflora Linn. (Family: Fabaceae) is widespread distributed in West Bengal, Assam, Karnataka and North-Eastern parts. The present study intended with various phytochemical screening and toxicity studies on Sesbania grandiflora. The present study was done with the help of soxhlet...
- Enhanced Leachability of a Lean Weathered Crust Elution-Deposited Rare-Earth Ore: Effects of Sesbania Gum Filter-Aid Reagent.
Tian, Jun; Tang, Xuekun; Yin, Jingqun; Chen, Ji; Luo, Xianping; Rao, Guohua // Metallurgical & Materials Transactions. Part B; Oct2013, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p1070
The enhanced leachability of rare-earth ore from the lean weathered crust elution-deposited rare-earth ores with ammonium sulfate solution as lixiviant and sesbania gum as a filter-aid reagent was elucidated and optimized with chromatographic plate theory. The effects of the flow rate, the...
- Bioactive compounds in Sesbania sesban flower and its Antioxidant and Antimicrobial activity.
Kathiresh, M.; Devi, P. Suganya; Saravanakumar, M. // Journal of Pharmacy Research; 2012, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p290
In plants, there are number of bioactive compounds present, among them anthocyanins are water -- soluble natural pigments found in flowers and fruits . The pigments may appear in different colours such as red, purple or blue. They belong to a parent class of molecules called flavonoids...