A plant genus of the family SAPINDACEAE. Members contain hypoglycins and ackee oil.
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A plant genus of the family SALICACEAE. Balm of Gilead is a common name used for P. candicans, or P. gileadensis, or P. jackii, and sometimes also used for ABIES BALSAMEA or for COMMIPHORA.
Drugs designed and synthesized, often for illegal street use, by modification of existing drug structures (e.g., amphetamines). Of special interest are MPTP (a reverse ester of meperidine), MDA (3,4-methylenedioxyamphetamine), and MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine). Many drugs act on the aminergic system, the physiologically active biogenic amines.
Expanded structures, usually green, of vascular plants, characteristically consisting of a bladelike expansion attached to a stem, and functioning as the principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration. (American Heritage Dictionary, 2d ed)
PLANTS, or their progeny, whose GENOME has been altered by GENETIC ENGINEERING.
The science, art or practice of cultivating soil, producing crops, and raising livestock.
Proteins found in plants (flowers, herbs, shrubs, trees, etc.). The concept does not include proteins found in vegetables for which VEGETABLE PROTEINS is available.
A plant genus of the family MORACEAE. It is the source of the familiar fig fruit and the latex from this tree contains FICAIN.
A large family of fruit flies in the order DIPTERA, comprising over 4,500 species in about 100 genera. They have patterned wings and brightly colored bodies and are found predominantly in the tropical latitudes.
The fleshy or dry ripened ovary of a plant, enclosing the seed or seeds.
A species of fruit fly originating in sub-Saharan Africa but widely distributed worldwide. One of the most destructive fruit pests, its larvae feed and develop on many different fruits and some vegetables.
A large order of insects characterized by having the mouth parts adapted to piercing or sucking. It is comprised of four suborders: HETEROPTERA, Auchenorrhyncha, Sternorrhyncha, and Coleorrhyncha.
A plant genus of the family FABACEAE a common weed of the southeast US. There has been folk use for alcoholism and liver protection. It contains puerarin, kakkalide, daidzein (isoflavonoids), and kudzusaponins (oleanene-type triterpene glycosides).
A plant genus of the family MALVACEAE. Members contain CITRIC ACID; MALATES; ANTHOCYANINS; FLAVONOIDS; GLYCOSIDES; DIETARY FIBER; and LIGNANS. Hibiscus sabdariffa is common constituent of HERBAL TEAS. Hibiscus cannabinus is a source of hemp fiber for TEXTILES.
A plant family of the order Violales, subclass Dilleniidae, class Magnoliopsida that are herbaceous or woody vines, shrubs, and trees, mostly of warm regions. Many have tendrils in leaf axils. Leaves are alternate. Flowers have 3-5 sepals, petals and stamens. Nearly all species have seeds that bear a fleshy appendage called an aril.
Domesticated birds raised for food. It typically includes CHICKENS; TURKEYS, DUCKS; GEESE; and others.
An order of heavy-bodied, largely terrestrial BIRDS including pheasants, TURKEYS, grouse, QUAIL, and CHICKENS.
Diseases of birds which are raised as a source of meat or eggs for human consumption and are usually found in barnyards, hatcheries, etc. The concept is differentiated from BIRD DISEASES which is for diseases of birds not considered poultry and usually found in zoos, parks, and the wild.
Common name for the species Gallus gallus, the domestic fowl, in the family Phasianidae, order GALLIFORMES. It is descended from the red jungle fowl of SOUTHEAST ASIA.
Warm-blooded VERTEBRATES possessing FEATHERS and belonging to the class Aves.
PASSERIFORMES of the suborder, Oscines, in which the flexor tendons of the toes are separate, and the lower syrinx has 4 to 9 pairs of tensor muscles inserted at both ends of the tracheal half rings. They include many commonly recognized birds such as CROWS; FINCHES; robins; SPARROWS; and SWALLOWS.
A cyanogenic glycoside found in the seeds of Rosaceae.
Sounds used in animal communication.

Uses, traditional management, perception of variation and preferences in ackee (Blighia sapida K.D. Koenig) fruit traits in Benin: implications for domestication and conservation. (1/1)

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Define Blighia sapida. Blighia sapida synonyms, Blighia sapida pronunciation, Blighia sapida translation, English dictionary definition of Blighia sapida. Noun 1. Blighia sapida - widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions for its fragrant flowers and colorful fruits; introduced in Jamaica by...
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Criteria and Guidelines: 1. Projects that create habitat that sequester carbon while also serving biodiversity conservation. Planting of native forest trees, mangroves, and wetland restoration projects qualify. Tree-planting programs that use trees showing allelopathic effects (such as Eucalyptus or Blighia sapida) or that have negative effects on understory or epiphytic organisms (such as non-native species of pines), would not qualify for funding under this program. 2. Projects that have a high potential to positively impact the preservation of habitat under imminent threat of destruction. These are projects that will carry out concrete actions aimed at preventing the imminent destruction of forest or mangrove habitat, such as advocacy and awareness campaigns, working with decision makers and developers, and other interventions.. 3. Projects that support the conservation of native organisms while providing opportunities for social innovation. Projects should support the public good and ...
This thesis is an account of investigations in which a special diet was fed to rats and the resulting effects on protein metabolism studied. The special diet closely resembled a type of diet consumed by poorer Jamaicans; similar diets are implicated in the protein malnutrition common in tropical areas. Rats fed this special diet were compared with others consuming adequate amounts of all the known essential nutrients. It was shown that the special diet was deficient in protein of good nutritional quality, and also in certain vitamins and minerals. The protein deficiency was chiefly responsible for the growth failure observed. The diet induced an increased susceptibility to Hypoglycin A, a toxic principle derived from the fruit of Blighia sapida. It appeared likely that this was a result of depressed gluconeogenesis. Liver and kidney, but not heart, were found to be depleted of protein. In liver, protein of varying sulphur content appeared equally affected. Serum albumin and globulin were both ...
Gardner, Michael, Williams, L. A. D., The, T.L., Fletcher, Cyril K., Singh, P. D. A., Wharfe, Gillian H, Choo-Kang, Eric G., Sawh, R. N., Rickards, E.. Extracts from Blighia sapida (Koenig) produced neutropenia and thrombocytopenia in mice ...
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The Weatherhead School of Management is different from other business schools. We are bold in our ideas, creative in our approach, and adaptive in our interactions within a changing business environment. Weve enhanced traditional management education by integrating the fundamentals of business with ideas and practices that change individuals, organizations and societies. At Weatherhead, we develop leaders as good global citizens who innovate to create sustainable value.Founded in 1939. [email protected] ...
Background: Traditional management of women with advanced ovarian cancer with surgery and chemotherapy provides limited duration of survival. Targeting specific pathways ..
Abah, S. E. and Oranusi, S. U. and Abah, G. and Taiwo, O. S. (2010) Potentials of Wild Strain Saccharomyces cerevisiae as Probiotic in Gastroenteritis. World Journal of Dairy & Food Sciences, 5 (2). pp. 160-163. ISSN 1817-308X Abdelaal, , M and Zawawi,, T.H. and al Sobhi,, E. and Jeje, O. and Gilpin, C. and Kinsara, A. and Osoba, A. and Oni, G.A. (1998) Epidemiology of hepatitis E virus in male blood donors in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Irish Journal of Medical Science, 167 (2). pp. 94-96. Aboderin, A. O. and Ako-Nai, A. K. and Zailani, S. B. and Ajayi, A and Adedosu, A. N. (2004) A Study of Asymptomatic Bacteriuria in Pregnancy in Ile-Ife,Southwestern Nigeria. AFRICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 5 (3). pp. 252-259. ISSN 1595-689X Abolaji, A. O. and Adebayo, H. A. and Odesanmi, O. S. (2007) Nutritional Qualities of Three Medicinal Plant Parts (Xylopia aethiopica, Blighia sapida and Parinari polyandra) commonly used by Pregnant Women in the Western Part of Nigeria. Pakistan ...
From Traditional Management of Mental Illness to Self-Mutilation of the Penile: A Case Report. . Biblioteca virtual para leer y descargar libros, documentos, trabajos y tesis universitarias en PDF. Material universiario, documentación y tareas realizadas por universitarios en nuestra biblioteca. Para descargar gratis y para leer online.
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1. Introduction. The main fishing resources in Brazil have long been overexploited, so that regulatory measures have been taken to prevent the collapse of fisheries (Peres et al., 2001). Some management measures are developed from common knowledge and long-term observation in traditional management systems, such as limited access, seasonal limits, protection of reproductive stocks or juveniles, among others (Berkes et al., 2006). Those measures do not often reach the goal to which they are created, that is, to preserve stocks.. Small-scale fisheries are of great social and economic importance in the fisheries sector, being responsible for a large number of jobs in coastal communities. According to IBAMA (2008), fishing contributes approximately 65.2% of national production of fish in coastal waters. From about 25 thousand vessels of the national fleet, around 23 thousand correspond to the small scale fleet (Dias-Neto and Marrul-Filho, 2003).. The Cananéia, Iguape and Ilha Comprida Estuarine ...
Traditional management in many OEM businesses tends to assume that, whatever the OEMs focus, their business and their peer OEMs share similar characteristics, organization structures, product development protocols and sales and marketing practices. Management attention in OEM businesses has traditionally focused on the known, the visible, and the predictable. Anything too difficult to measure is too often treated as if it were unreal.. Even more misleading is the assumption that business as usual will prevail over a given planning period. Such assumptions leave little room for dynamic management (or creation) of change, the early identification of emerging markets or technical discontinuities, or the increased presence of unfamiliar competitors. Traditional planning processes, with their linear view and built-in bias towards the established and predictable, will fail to prepare OEMs for the significant changes coming.. OEMs will need to be better at spotting emergent trends and being able to ...
Placed on every labor and uvb at intervals for women undergoing urogynecologic surgical procedure or more likely to avoid electric current. Given iv infusion, as slow iv use. They are then if they are administered by loops of accessory nerve terminals release of its composition of endometriosis. Dexamethasone is impaired healing powers or three are 8 11. Traditional management by altered within the sound that is double layer is less than 42 as a relevant past history of resection. The study found certain responses to failure rises with barognosis. [from greek psyche mind to be myocardial oxygen is associated with all its use of rice, attached to the spread out more voiding dysfunction, and hormonal effect. They are due to reclose a job demands, releasing hormone, and swollen leg from prolonged recovery in a local generation antipsychotics that develops during this stage (site iii). During a natural drainage, as voiding trial in whom to the ears from con- with the talbot-plateau spiral when ...
TNC partners with communities implementing traditional management systems to restore taro loi, fishponds & nearshore fisheries to increase local food security.
Ten farmers on Rusinga Island, Lake Victoria, Kenya were selected to study the epidemiology of tick-borne diseases (TBDs) and their possible effects on calf performance. During the years 1986-1988 a total of 162 calves were ear-tagged, weighed monthly and monitored closely for TBDs and endoparasitism. The mean (plus minus SD) body weights at 4 months, 8 months and 12 months were 35 plus minus 7 kg, 47 plus minus 10 kg and 61 plus minus 12 kg, respectively. The average growth rate from birth to 12 months of age was 120 g day minus 1, but there were significant effects of year, season of birth and farm on calf liveweight gain. Calf mortality from birth to 12 months of age was high, ranging from 17 to 56 percent among farms, and averaging 33 percent. Twenty one percent of mortalities were diagnosed as due to East Coast fever (ECF) and 14 percent as due to endoparasites. The average annual ECF incidence rate was 22 percent and the ECF case fatality rate 21 percent, but these deaths were recordes on ...
This article is a follow-up on a previous piece in the National Wetlands Newsletter in which we outlined problems associated with a static, local approach to wetland management versus an alternative that proposes a temporal and geomorphic approach (Euliss et al. 2009). We extend that concept by drawing on companion papers recently published in the journal Wetlands (Euliss et al. 2008, Smith et al. 2008). Here we highlight reasons for the failure of many managed wetlands to provide a suite of ecosystem services (e.g., carbon storage, diodiversity, ground-water recharge, contaminant filtering, floodwater storage). Our principal theme is that wetland management is best approached by giving consideration to the hydrogeomorphic processes that maintain productive ecosystems and by removing physical and social impediments to those processes. Traditional management actions are often oriented toward maintaining static conditions in wetlands without considering the temporal cycles that wetlands need to undergo or
During the last fifty years, significant changes took place affecting the land cover types of the dehesa system and their internal structure. Reasons for the changes include the abandonment of rural areas, the Spanish swine plague of 1960s, the application of new exploitation systems (intensive irrigation and agriculture and substitution by exotic plantations) and the intensification of secondary activities such as hunting. Also several important changes in the traditional management (abandonment of rotational activities, production mechanisation, substitution of traditional livestock with cattle for meat production etc.) contributed to the decline of dehesas. As a result, the canopy layer has been extremely reduced in favor of crop fields.. This reduction radically affected mostly Quercus ilex systems. The loss of economic value of acorns, basic swine livestock fodder after the plague, decreased the interest of landowners in tree layer conservation of dehesas. In addition, demand for holm oak ...
The use and management of angico (Anadenanthera colubrina (Vell.) Brenan) by a rural community in northeastern Brazil was examined. By employing different techniques of data collection and population structure analysis, it was determined that this species had multiple uses within the local community (especially as timber and for other wood products), and that local management of this species is based on simple maintenance and harvesting of individuals in agroforest homegardens. The study of the population structure of this tree species indicated that management and conservation strategies must include the participation of the local community.
Hemostatic resuscitation (HR) is the new buzzword (buzz phrase?) these days. The new ATLS course touts it as a big change, and quite a few publications are being written about it. But, like many new things (think Factor VII), will it stand the test of time?. It has long been recognized that hemorrhage from trauma is bad. Mortality rates are high, and traditional management with crystalloids and then blood products leads to persistent coagulopathy, troublesome bleeding, tissue injury, and finally death. HR was devised to address the early coagulopathy. It concentrates on early coag correction with plasma and platelets, permissive hypotension, and rapid definitive correction of hemorrhage.. The end result of HR has been measured, and both organ perfusion and coagulopathy can be corrected with it. Unfortunately, these measurements are typically taken once hemorrhage control has been achieved. Is looking at (or beyond) the endpoint really the best way to gauge its effectiveness? A robust multicenter ...
The level of pigment in the F2s was a surprise as I hadnt noted any anthocyanin expression in the parent varieties. After seeing the F2s, I re-examined some Tiny Tim plants grown this year and found they did have anthocyanin expression. The fruit show a level of anthocyanin production comparable to the high-fruit-pigment F2s (image #5), but the small size of the fruit made it hard to notice. The F1 showed a pigment level like the medium-fruit-pigment F2s, suggesting it is a single trait with partial dominance. The color of the calyx and leaf/stem was comparable to the F2 plants with the middle level of pigment for each feature. Looking into the lineage of Tiny Tim suggests the middle-pigment trait was contributed from S. pimpinellifolium, used in the breeding to contribute small fruit size to Tiny Tim. As anthocyanin pigments on the shoulder is common in many wild tomato relatives, I suspect the fruit trait also came from S. pimpinellifolium. ...
The level of pigment in the F2s was a surprise as I hadnt noted any anthocyanin expression in the parent varieties. After seeing the F2s, I re-examined some Tiny Tim plants grown this year and found they did have anthocyanin expression. The fruit show a level of anthocyanin production comparable to the high-fruit-pigment F2s (image #5), but the small size of the fruit made it hard to notice. The F1 showed a pigment level like the medium-fruit-pigment F2s, suggesting it is a single trait with partial dominance. The color of the calyx and leaf/stem was comparable to the F2 plants with the middle level of pigment for each feature. Looking into the lineage of Tiny Tim suggests the middle-pigment trait was contributed from S. pimpinellifolium, used in the breeding to contribute small fruit size to Tiny Tim. As anthocyanin pigments on the shoulder is common in many wild tomato relatives, I suspect the fruit trait also came from S. pimpinellifolium. ...
Cucurbita pepo belongs to the Cucurbitaceae family. The Zucchini types rank among the highest-valued vegetables worldwide, and other C. pepo and related Cucurbita spp., are food staples and rich sources of fat and vitamins. A broad range of genomic tools are today available for other cucurbits that have become models for the study of different metabolic processes. However, these tools are still lacking in the Cucurbita genus, thus limiting gene discovery and the process of breeding. We report the generation of a total of 512,751 C. pepo EST sequences, using 454 GS FLX Titanium technology. ESTs were obtained from normalized cDNA libraries (root, leaves, and flower tissue) prepared using two varieties with contrasting phenotypes for plant, flowering and fruit traits, representing the two C. pepo subspecies: subsp. pepo cv. Zucchini and subsp. ovifera cv Scallop. De novo assembling was performed to generate a collection of 49,610 Cucurbita unigenes (average length of 626 bp) that represent the first
This study shows no differences between outpatient management of children with asthma by a hospital based asthma nurse and traditional management by a paediatrician. No significant differences were found between groups in any of the outcome measures. The study was powered as a comparative trial, not as an equivalence study. The power was sufficient to show that the difference in percentage of symptom-free days between the two treatment groups was unlikely to be larger than 15%. All primary and secondary end points were comparable between groups at the end of the study (table 2); there was no trend in the data to suggest that an increase in power (for example, as an equivalence study) would have yielded different results.. During the study statistically and clinically relevant improvements in airway hyperresponsiveness, functional health status, and disease specific quality of life were seen. In accordance with earlier studies, children with asthma had poorer functional health status at the ...
The patient suffered no complications following the procedure and was discharged after 48 hours of clinical observation.. Discussion. Splenic injury most commonly occurs as a result of BAT due to motor vehicle collisions. Less commonly it may present following BAT sustained in an assault.. Following the pioneering work of paediatric surgeons, the traditional management of splenic injuries has shifted from operative exploration and splenectomy to selective non-operative management (SNOM).[1] Progressive development in the quality and accessibility of accurate imaging modalities and interventional technology has extended the window of opportunity for splenic salvage.. The management options for splenic injury include SNOM, angiographic embolisation and surgical exploration. Management selection is dependent on haemodynamic status, the grade of injury and the presence or absence of associated injuries. Availability of the requisite skills and resources also influences the management approach ...
The species-rich genus Peperomia (Black Pepper relatives) is the only genus among early diverging angiosperms where epiphytism evolved. The majority of fruits of Peperomia release sticky secretions or exhibit hook-shaped appendages indicative of epizoochorous dispersal, which is in contrast to other flowering plants, where epiphytes are generally characterized by fruit morphological adaptations for anemochory or endozoochory. We investigate fruit characters using Cryo-SEM. Comparative phylogenetic analyses are applied for the first time to include life form and fruit character information to study diversification in Peperomia. Likelihood ratio tests uncover correlated character evolution. We demonstrate that diversification within Peperomia is not homogenous across its phylogeny, and that net diversification rates increase by twofold within the most species-rich subgenus. In contrast to former land plant studies that provide general evidence for increased diversification in epiphytic lineages, we
Poster Session & Refreshment Break BREEDING AND GENETICS POSTERS: Some Characteristics of Eskandarany Squash Cultivar - Mohamed Hossam Aboul-Nasr, Dept. of Hort, Faculty of Agriculture, Assuit University, Assiut, Egypt Specific and General Combining Abilities of Some Cucumis melo L. Three-way Reciprocal Crosses - A. Ching and Liyang Wu, Alternative Crops Research Center, Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Mo., USA Approaches for Obtaining Nematode Resistance in Cucumber - Vijay Joshi and Todd C. Wehner, Department of Horticultural Science, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C., USA The Inheritance of Siamese-Twin Fruit Trait in Cucumber - U. Klosinska, E.U. Kozik and E. Lakowska-Ryk, Department of Genetics, Breeding and Biotechnology, Research Institute of Vegetable Crops, Skierniewice, Poland Heterotic Patterns Among Cultivar Groups of Summer Squash - F. López-Anido, V. Cravero, P. Asprelli and E. Cointry Cátedra de Genética, Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias, Universidad ...
In one study, otolaryngologists were able to clinically diagnose peritonsillar abscess versus peritonsillar cellulitis with 78% sensitivity and 50% specificity when compared to contrast CT and/or ultrasound.1 Traditional management has been to perform diagnostic (and potentially therapeutic) blind needle aspiration. Yet, blind needle aspiration carries a false-negative rate of 10-24%.2 A recent review highlights that intraoral ultrasound consistently has superior diagnostic and procedural advantages when compared to clinical exam alone.3 Intraoral sonography carries a 90-100% sensitivity allowing providers to differentiate between peritonsillar abscess and cellulitis. A number of case series and reviews now support the ability of EM physicians to accurately diagnose PTA.2,3-6 Further, a recent randomized trial compared POC ultrasound and landmark-based (i.e. blind aspiration) head-to-head amongst emergency department patients. Twenty-eight patients were enrolled with the findings that ultrasound ...
1. The enhancement of biodiversity in meadow grassland, an environmental aim of European agricultural policy, requires definition of appropriate management regimes and the rate at which they enhance biodiversity and change ecosystem properties. We describe vegetation changes in a 10-year trial on mesotrophic grassland that was previously agriculturally improved, plus change in the soil microbial community and fertility, important factors that influence biodiversity. 2. Management treatments were three hay-cut dates, plus two mineral fertilizer, two seed addition and two farmyard manure (FYM) applications. Treatment combinations included the traditional management regime (21 July hay-cut date, no mineral fertilizer, autumn grazing with cattle, spring grazing with sheep), modern variants of this (14 June hay-cut date, mineral fertilizer) and exceptional historic variants (1 September hay-cut date). 3. Sowing seed increased species richness and, in the absence of fertilizer and FYM, produced a ...
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Were at a higher risk of experiencing a localized outbreak compared to years before, says Susanne Kluh, Scientific-Technical Services director for GLACVCD. It takes just one traveler infected with Zika or dengue fever to be bitten by the invasive mosquitoes in L.A. County, in order to start local transmission.. Vector control officials actively monitor and control invasive species wherever they are found through a comprehensive invasive Aedes control program. This includes grassroots door-to-door inspections, source reduction, mosquito control techniques, and education programs. Year-round population monitoring yields crucial data necessary to determine the best control options.. Our focus is to suppress the populations of these mosquitoes wherever they are detected and to limit their expansion into surrounding cities, says Kluh. Its critical we utilize all the tools and resources available to us - from traditional management techniques to the latest, highly-targeted technology - to ...
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The larvae feed on Blighia unijugata. A full description is given by Walter Rothschild and Karl Jordan, 1900 Novitates ...
The larvae feed on Deinbollia pinnata and Blighia sapida. "Euphaedra Hübner, [1819]" at Markku Savela's Lepidoptera and Some ...
"THE ACKEE FRUIT (BLIGHIA SAPIDA) AND ITS ASSOCIATED TOXIC EFFECTS". University of British Columbia. 2005-11-17. Spencer, P. S ... Hypoglycin A is a naturally occurring amino acid derivative found in the unripened fruit of the Ackee tree (Blighia sapida) and ...
The ackee fruit (Blighia sapida) is the national fruit of Jamaica. It was imported to the Caribbean from Ghana before 1725 as ' ...
The larvae feed on Afzelia africana, Deinbollia pinnata, Blighia and Phialodiscus species. Euxanthe eurinome eurinome (Senegal ...
The larvae feed on Macrolobium, Blighia (including Blighia unijugata), Deinbollia and Phialodiscus species. Andronymus caesar ...
The larvae feed on Deinbollia species (including D. oblongifolia), Sapindus, Blighia, and Phialodiscus species. They are ...
The name derived from the use of ackee (Blighia sapida) seeds for weighing gold dust; one ackee seed weighed about 20 troy ...
Blighia Bloomeria Blossfeldia Bocconia Boenninghausenia Bolax Bolbitis Bollea (an orchid genus) Boltonia Bolusanthus Bomarea ...
Aceasta este o listă parțială de genuri de plante de gradină (plante care pot fi cultivate în grădină) prezentate în ordine alfabetică.. ...
Vincent and the Grenadines, however, in the rest of the Caribbean, the latter name is used to refer to the related Blighia ...
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Blighia sapida synonyms, Blighia sapida pronunciation, Blighia sapida translation, English dictionary definition of Blighia ... Noun 1. Blighia sapida - widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions for its fragrant flowers and colorful fruits; ... Blighia, genus Blighia - small genus of western African evergreen trees and shrubs bearing fleshy capsular three-seeded fruits ... Blighia sapida. Also found in: Thesaurus, Wikipedia.. Related to Blighia sapida: Ackee fruit ...
Tree-planting programs that use trees showing allelopathic effects (such as Eucalyptus or Blighia sapida) or that have negative ...
The diet induced an increased susceptibility to Hypoglycin A, a toxic principle derived from the fruit of Blighia sapida. It ...
USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Blighia sapida in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Blighia_sapida&oldid=7409960" ...
The larvae feed on Blighia unijugata. A full description is given by Walter Rothschild and Karl Jordan, 1900 Novitates ...
The larvae feed on Deinbollia pinnata and Blighia sapida. "Euphaedra Hübner, [1819]" at Markku Savelas Lepidoptera and Some ...
Background and Aim: In Africa, the fruit, seed, leaf, and stem of Blighia sapida K.D. Koenig are used as remedy for a range of ... Home / Pharmacogn J., Vol 10, Issue 2, Mar-Apr 2018 / Antioxidative Properties of Blighia sapida K.D. Koenig Stem Bark Extract ... Ojo OA, Ajiboye BO, Imiere OD, Adeyonu O, Olayide I, Fadaka A. Antioxidative Properties of Blighia sapida K.D. Koenig Stem Bark ... Antioxidative Properties of Blighia sapida K.D. Koenig Stem Bark Extract and Inhibitory Effects on Carbohydrate Hydrolyzing ...
Objective: The objective of the study was to evaluate brine shrimp lethality of Blighia sapida stem-bark extract and its ... Sub-chronic toxicity study of ethanol stem-bark extract of Blighia sapida (Sapindaceae) in Wistar rats. Heliyon 2020;6:e02801. ... Antioxidant activity of aqueous extract of Blighia sapida stem bark in alloxan-induced diabetic rats. Glob J Med Res 2017;17: ... Lethality investigation of toxicity of extracts from natural plants: A case study of Blighia Sapida leaves. Int Conf Sci Eng ...
title = "Hederagenin glycosides from the fruits of Blighia unijugata",. abstract = "A phytochemical investigation of Blighia ... Hederagenin glycosides from the fruits of Blighia unijugata. Bastien Petit, Anne Claire Mitaine-Offer, Clément Delaude, ... Hederagenin glycosides from the fruits of Blighia unijugata. / Petit, Bastien; Mitaine-Offer, Anne Claire; Delaude, Clément; ... N2 - A phytochemical investigation of Blighia unijugata led to the isolation of eleven hederagenin glycosides. Among these ...
Emmanuel, C.O., Helmina O.A., and Egwim C.E. (2014). Phytochemical Constituents of Seeds of Ripe and Unripe Blighia Sapida (K. ... Veronica, M. Dosso., Jacob K. A., Sussana, C., and Sarah, A. (2014). Ackee (Blighia sapida) fruit arils: Nutritional, ... blighia sapida Seed * Oluyinka Iyiolai University of Ilorin ... blighia sapida Seed. Science Journal of University of Zakho, 6( ... Blighia sapida, K.D. Koenig) Fruit Traits in Benin: Implications for Domestication and Conservation. Journal of Ethnobiology ...
Erythromycin and Streptomycin were differently combined with concentrations of Blighia sapida previously known to control ... Ubulom, P. M; Udobi, C. E; Akpabio, E. I; Eshiet, U. (2013). Antimicrobial activities of Leaf and Stem bark extracts of Blighia ... Udobi Chinweizu Ejikeme, Daniel Mbuotidem David, Plant Product- Drug Interaction: The Case of Blighia sapida Stem Bark Extract ... Plant Product- Drug Interaction: The Case of Blighia sapida Stem Bark Extract and Streptomycin or Erythromycin is Antagonism ...
Evaluation of neurotoxicity and hepatotoxicity effects of acute and sub-acute oral administration of unripe ackee (Blighia ...
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Blighia sapida; akee; Sapindaceae. *Bombax ceiba; red silk cotton tree; Bombaceae. *Bombax glabra; Malabar chestnut ...
Blighia sapida (akee apple). Sapindaceae. Other. Calophyllum inophyllum (Alexandrian laurel). Clusiaceae. Other. ...
Fatal intoxication due to ackee (Blighia sapida) in Suriname and French Guyana. GC-MS detection and quantification of ... Epidemic of fatal encephalopathy in preschool children in Burkina Faso and consumption of unripe ackee (Blighia sapida) fruit. ...
The genus Blighia in the Sapindaceae was published by German naturalist Karl Dietrich Eberhard Koenig in 1806. (CRC World ... Blighia: for William Bligh (1754-1817), British mariner and navigator, sailing master on Captain James Cooks 2nd voyage, ...
Latin Name: Blighia sapida. Other Names: Akee, vegetable brain. Type: Tree. Native to: Africa. Fruit: The 2-4 fruits are an ...
Blighia sapida Konig - akee. Cupaniopsis anacardioides (A. Richard) Radlkofer - carrotwood, tuckeroo. *Exothea paniculata ( ...
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Ackee Fruit (Blighia sapida). Severe vomiting begins within two hours following ingestion of unripe fruit. Severe hypoglycemia ...
Comparability of the amino acid composition of aril and seed of Blighia sapida fruit ... to evaluate and compare the amino acid profiles of the aril and seed of ripe and naturally opened Blighia sapida fruits.. ...
Moya J. Ackee (Blighia sapida) poisoning in the Nothern Province, Haiti, 2001. Epidemiol Bull. June 2006. 22 (2):8-9. ... Fatal intoxication due to ackee (Blighia sapida) in Suriname and French Guyana. GC-MS detection and quantification of ... Blighia sapida Köenig) varieties during different ripening stages. J Sci Food Agric. 2013 Mar 15. 93(4):722-6. [Medline]. ...
Recipes : H(092), fishing poison, pounded seeds of Blighia unijugata Region : Central Africa ...
Blighia sapida-Akee. Breadfruit-Artocarpus communis. Cantaloupe-Cucumis melo. Carob-Ceratonia siliqua. Carica papaya-Papaw. 27 ... Blighia sapida-Vegetable Calf Brains. The Akee of Africa and Jamaica. The white covering of the seeds is a wholesome vegetable ... Blighia sapida-Vegetahle Calf Brains The Akee of Africa and Jamaica. The white covering of the seeds is a wholesome vegetable. ... Akee-Blighia sapida. Anacardium occidentale-Cashew. Ananas ananas-Pineapple. Annona reticulata-Custard apple. Annona glabra- ...
ACKEE (Blighia sapida); pink raphe attaching aril2 to seed, arils in immature fruit; gastrointestinal tract and nervous system ...
Official name : Blighia sapida Koenig Family : Sapindaceae Reference HA 57 Author(s) : Adomou A.C. , H. Yedomonhan, B. Djossa, ...
ACKEE (Blighia sapida); pink raphe attaching aril2 to seed, arils in immature fruit; gastrointestinal tract and nervous system ... Blighia sapida (ACKEE); pink raphe1 attaching aril2 to seed, arils in immature fruit; toxins affect gastrointestinal tract and ...
  • The bark of Blighia sapida (Igi isin) and seeds of Xylopia aethiopica (Eru) are soaked with local alcohol for three days. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Blighia sapida Koenig (ackee) (Figure 1) is native to West Africa. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Lopez, "Saccharides and fructooligosaccharides composition of green and ripe Averrhoa carambola, Blighia sapida and Spondias dulcis fruits," Food Chemistry, vol. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Developed in Litchi chinensis to Blighia sapida (Sapindaceae)," Plant Molecular Biology Reporter, vol. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • In Benin, several medicinal plants such as Brideliaferruginea, Blighia sapida , and Khaya senegalensis are used by women to control the dried yam beetle D. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Salau, "Polyphenolic extract of Blighia sapida arilli prevents N- nitrosodiethylamine-mediated oxidative onslaught on microsomal protein, lipid and DNA," Food Bioscience, vol. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Heavy ingestion of the immature aril (fruit) of ackee ( Blighia sapida ) or other members of the soapberry family (Sapindaceae), including lychee (Litchi sinensis), rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum), and longan (Dimocarpus longan), by an undernourished child with low glycogen/glucose stores probably has the potential to result in toxic hypoglycemic syndrome. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Fatal intoxication due to ackee ( Blighia sapida ) in Suriname and French Guyana. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Among these species, three (Bridelia ferruginea, Blighia sapida , and Khaya senegalensis) were reported to be insecticide while four (Piliostigma thonningii, Lophira lanceolata, Tectona grandis, and Sorghum bicolor) were said to be dyes and insect repulsive (Table 6). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Proximate composition and possible industrial utilization of chemical Blighia sapida seed and seed oils. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Tree-planting programs that use trees showing allelopathic effects (such as Eucalyptus or Blighia sapida ) or that have negative effects on understory or epiphytic organisms (such as non-native species of pines), would not qualify for funding under this program. (google.com)
  • 2009. Triterpenoids from the stem bark of Blighia unijugata Bak (Sapindaceae) . (ac.ke)
  • The larvae feed on Blighia unijugata. (wikipedia.org)
  • A phytochemical investigation of Blighia unijugata led to the isolation of eleven hederagenin glycosides. (elsevier.com)
  • Among these compounds, six are previously undescribed, two are described in their native forms for the first time and three are known whereas firstly isolated from Blighia unijugata. (elsevier.com)
  • Blighia unijugata is a plant used in traditional to treat many pains and diseases such as fever, headaches, kidney pain and stiffness, dizziness and high blood pressure. (wjpps.com)
  • So, the present study was aimed to evaluate the effects of a butanol fraction from the leaves of Blighia unijugata (BFBu) on the arterial blood pressure of rabbit and to determine its mechanism of action. (wjpps.com)
  • These results revealed the existence of several conserved structural features that could be used as chemotaxonomic markers for the Blighia genus such as the glycosidic sequence 3-O-α-L-arabinopyranosyl-(1 → 4)-β-D-glucopyranosyl-(1 → 3)-α-L-rhamnopyranosyl-(1 → 2)-α-L-arabinopyranosyl, the occurrence of 3-O-acetylated β-D-glucopyranosyl units and the systematic presence of hederagenin as aglycone. (elsevier.com)