Celosia: A plant genus of the family AMARANTHACEAE. Young leaves are used as vegetables in Asia. Members contain betacyanins, celogentins, betaxanthin, and celosian.Moles: Any of numerous burrowing mammals found in temperate regions and having minute eyes often covered with skin.Temperature: The property of objects that determines the direction of heat flow when they are placed in direct thermal contact. The temperature is the energy of microscopic motions (vibrational and translational) of the particles of atoms.Phenylmercury Compounds: Organic mercury compounds in which the mercury is attached to a phenyl group. Often used as fungicides and seed treatment agents.Hypocotyl: The region of the stem beneath the stalks of the seed leaves (cotyledons) and directly above the young root of the embryo plant. It grows rapidly in seedlings showing epigeal germination and lifts the cotyledons above the soil surface. 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Anti-diabetic activity of alcoholic extract of Celosia argentea Linn. seeds in rats. (1/7)

Celosia argentea Linn. commonly known as "Cocks Comb" and its seeds are widely used in Indian folk medicine for the treatment of diabetes mellitus. This study was undertaken to evaluate the effect of an alcoholic extract of Celosia argentea seeds (ACAS) on blood glucose and body weight in alloxan-induced diabetic rats. ACAS was found to reduce the increase of blood glucose in alloxan-induced diabetic rats (27.8% at 250 mg/kg and 38.8% at 500 mg/kg body weight). Chronic administration of ACAS significantly (p<0.01) reduced the blood glucose in alloxan-induced diabetic rats for two weeks. Also the extract prevented a decrease in body weight in alloxan-induced diabetic rats. These results suggest that the ACAS possesses anti-diabetic activity in alloxan-induced diabetic rats.  (+info)

An antiviral protein having deoxyribonuclease and ribonuclease activity from leaves of the post-flowering stage of Celosia cristata. (2/7)

An antiviral protein named CCP-27 was purified from the leaves of Celosia cristata at the post-flowering stage by anion-exchange, cation-exchange, and gel-filtration chromatography. It exhibited resistance against sunnhemp rosette virus in its test host Cyamopsis tetragonoloba. It also exhibited deoxyribonuclease activity against supercoiled pBlueScript SK+ plasmid DNA. It was found to nick supercoiled DNA into nicked circular form at lower protein concentration followed by nicked to linear form conversion at higher protein concentration. CCP-27 also possesses strong ribonuclease activity against Torula yeast rRNA.  (+info)

Synthesis of the celogentin C right-hand ring. (3/7)

[reaction: see text] Synthesis of the cyclic tetrapeptide comprising the right-hand ring of celogentin C, a potent inhibitor of tubulin polymerization, has been accomplished. A mild oxidative coupling reaction permitted construction of the indole-imidazole linkage via a convergent union of two fully functionalized dipeptides. A high-yielding macrolactamization and subsequent deprotection of the N-terminus furnished the target compound.  (+info)

Phenolic constituents of Celosia cristata L. susceptible to spinach root rot pathogen Aphanomyces cochlioides. (4/7)

Cochliophilin A (5-hydroxy-6,7-methylenedioxyflavone, 1), known as a host-specific attractant towards the zoospores of Aphanomyces cochlioides, a cause of root rot and damping-off diseases of Chenopodiaceae, was found in the Amaranthaceae plant, Celosia cristata, that is susceptible to the pathogen. The content of 1 in Celosia seedlings was quantified as 1.4 microg/g fresh weight. A new isoflavone, cristatein (5-hydroxy-6-hydroxymethyl-7,2'-dimethoxyisoflavone, 2), and five known flavonoids were also identified.  (+info)

Triterpenoid saponins from the seeds of Celosia argentea and their anti-inflammatory and antitumor activities. (5/7)

Three new triterpenoid saponins, named celosin E (1), celosin F (2) and celosin G (3), together with a known compound cristatain (4), were isolated from the seeds of Celosia argentea L. (Amaranthaceae). All the isolated compounds were obtained for the first time from this plant. The structures of new compounds were characterized on the basis of extensive NMR experiments and mass spectrometry data. The antitumor and anti-inflammatory activities of the four compounds were tested in vitro.  (+info)

Plant regeneration and cellular behaviour studies in Celosia cristata grown in vivo and in vitro. (6/7)

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Four botanical extracts are toxic to the hispine beetle, Brontispa longissima, in laboratory and semi-field trials. (7/7)

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*Celosia

... nitida Vahl Celosia odorata T.Cooke Celosia palmeri S.Watson Celosia spicata L. Celosia trigyna L. Celosia virgata Jacq ... Celosia argentea L. Celosia cristata L. Celosia floribunda A. Gray Celosia isertii C.C.Towns. Celosia leptostachya Benth. ... Red cockscomb A close view of red cockscombs Celosia flower Silver cockscomb Celosia argentea Celosia cristata Plumed cockscomb ... Celosia argentea var. argentea or Lagos spinach (a.k.a. quail grass, Soko, Celosia, feather cockscomb) is a broadleaf annual ...

*Celosia palmeri

"Celosia palmeri". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved 2011-11-07. "Celosia palmeri S. Watson, Proc. Amer. Acad. ... Media related to Celosia palmeri at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Celosia palmeri at Wikispecies. ... Celosia palmeri, commonly known as Palmer's cockscomb, is a species of flowering plant in the amaranth family, Amaranthaceae, ...

*Celosia cristata

... is a member of the genus Celosia, and is commonly known as cockscomb, since the flower looks like the head on ... Cultivars include 'Jewel box', 'Century mix', 'New Look', and 'Pink Castle'. Heart Shape of Celosia cristata "Celosia cristata ... "Celosia Flower". Archived from the original on 2011-08-09. "Flowers Gallery". ...

*Celosia floribunda

... is endemic to the southern and central parts of the peninsula of Baja California in Mexico. "Celosia ... "Celosia floribunda A.Gray". GBIF. Retrieved 1 September 2016. "Celosia floribunda A. Gray". Encyclopedia of Life. Retrieved 17 ... Celosia floribunda is a shrub or a small tree of the family Amaranthaceae which is endemic to Baja California Sur. It reaches a ... Celosia floribunda is found in gravel plains and washes. The adult spider wasp Tachypompilus ferrugineus uses the flowers of C ...

*Celosia nitida

... (or Celosia texana) is commonly known as West Indian cock's comb. It is a native perennial in Texas and Florida ...

*Celosia argentea

Media related to Celosia argentea at Wikimedia Commons General Information PROTAbase on Celosia argentea Celosia argentea in ... Celosia plumosa, also known as Prince of Wales feathers, is a synonym for Celosia argentea. Seeds may be sold as mixtures. The ... Silver cockscomb Celosia argentea Celosia cristata Plumed cockscomb flower and an insect on it. Around the fields in Hyderabad ... Celosia argentea is a tender annual that is often grown in gardens. It blooms in mid-spring to summer. It is propagated by ...

*Celosia trigyna

PROTAbase on Celosia trigyna Celosia trigyna Use as food in Africa Celosia trigyna in West African plants - A Photo Guide.. ... Celosia trigyna is a plant species commonly known as woolflower for its curious flowers. Celosia trigyna may grow up to 1 m (3 ...

*Celosia virgata

... , or albahaca, is found in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands but not in the continental United States. It is a ...

*Celosia argentea var. cristata

... , known as cockscomb, is the cristate or crested variety of the species Celosia argentea. It was ... A cytological study of Celosia argentea, C. argentea var. cristata, and their hybrids. Botanical Gazette, 115(4): 323-336.. ...

*Witchingseason

Celosia'. Celosia - 2017 (2017) Their debut album was released on in July 2017, and the band is now working on their second ... Celosia' that Witchingseason attracted critical interest. With their first, self-released studio album; Celosia, Witchingseason ... Their latest album; Celosia, has attracted critical success, with airplay on BBC Radio 1's Daniel P Carters Rock Show, DAB ... Celosia' and the hypnotic blues rock of 'Codeine'. Heavy and impressive guitar riffs are teamed with fierce drum beats and all ...

*Albahaca

Celosia virgata, a shrub found in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Plants named Albahaca Ocimum campechianum Basil (Ocimum ...

*Leaf vegetable

Celosia argentea var. argentea or "Lagos spinach" is one of the main boiled greens in West African cuisine. In Greek cuisine, ...

*Pablo Zalba Bidegain

La Celosía". Lacelosia.com. 2012-06-27. Retrieved 2013-08-19. "Zalba sustituye a García-Margallo como vicepresidente de la ...

*BBVA Bancomer

La Celosía. "La filial mexicana Bancomer aportó más del 40% del beneficio de BBVA". Companies portal (in Spanish) Official site ...

*Ogbono soup

Typical leaf vegetables include bitterleaf and celosia. Typical other vegetables include tomatoes and okra. Typical seasonings ...

*List of Bohol flora and fauna

Celosia cristata Linn.; cock's comb Paragayo - san francisco Poinsettia - Euphorbia pulcherrima quiapo - kiapo; water cabbage; ...

*List of MeSH codes (B06)

... celosia (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.044 --- anacardiaceae (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.044.277 ...

*List of plants of Burkina Faso

Celosia argentea L. Celosia trigyna L. Celtis toka (Forssk.) Hepper & J.R.I.Wood Cenchrus biflorus Roxb. Cenchrus ciliaris L. ...

*Pholisora catullus

The larvae feed on Chenopodium album, Amaranthus and Celosia species. Adults feed on flower nectar from various flowers, ...

*Egusi

Leaf vegetables typically used for egusi soup include bitterleaf, celosia and spinach. Typical other vegetables include ...

*Fasciation

Some varieties of Celosia are raised especially for their dependably fasciated flower heads, for which they are called " ... Some plants, such as peas and cockscomb Celosia, may inherit the trait. Fasciation is not contagious, but bacteria that cause ... Celosia, Delphinium, Digitalis, Euphorbia, Forsythia, Glycine max (specifically, soybean plants), Primula, Prunus, Salix and ...

*Moroidin

... is a biologically active compound found in the plants Dendrocnide moroides and Celosia argentea. It is a peptide ... Moroidin, a bicyclic octapeptide, has been isolated from Dendrocnide moroides (also called Laportea moroides) and Celosia ... a bicyclic peptide from the seeds of Celosia argentea". Bioorg Chem Med Lett. 10: 469-471. Lodish, H; Berk, A; Zipursky, SL ( ... a new cyclic peptide from the seeds of Celosia argentea and X-ray structure of moroidin". Tetrahedron. 60: 2489-2495. doi: ...

*Striga

This method has been used in sorghum plantations by planting Celosia argentea between the sorghum rows. Cotton, sunflower and ... "The effectiveness of Celosia argentia (Striga 'chaser') to control Striga on Sorghum in Uganda". Crop Protection. 22 (3): 463-8 ...

*Bayambang, Pangasinan

Bayambang is not a tree name, but a plant name: Celosia - Deeringia polysperma (Roxb.) Moq. (as C. polysperma Roxb.). Bayambang ...

*Amaranthoideae

With about 5 genera and about 69 species: Celosia L., with about 45-60 species. Deeringia R.Br. (Syn.: Cladostachys D.Don, ... The genera Amaranthus (the amaranths) and Celosia (the cockscombs) contain many ornamental species, as well as species whose ...
Daily measurements of hypocotyl length were made on Celosia cristata seedlings cultured in darkness under aseptic conditions at six constant temperatures between 14.5° and 40.5°C. At 40.5° roots did not penetrate the agar and only the hypocotyls that were supported by the wall of the test tube could be measured.. The growth curves were of the generalized logistic type, but of different degrees of skewness. The degree of symmetry of the growth curves was influenced by temperature. At the lower temperatures the maximal growth rate came relatively late in the grand period of growth; at successively higher temperatures it came progressively earlier.. The mean total time rate of growth (millimeter per diem) was found to be a parabolic function of the temperature.. The maximum rate of growth was found from the curve to be at 30.48°C. The maximum observed rate of growth, and the maximum yield, were found to be at 30°C.. At all temperatures above 14.5° the maximum growth activity fell in the ...
Considered to be one of the most attractive of all vegetable crops, celosia is used as an ornamental almost everywhere on earth. But few of its millions of admirers know that it is a common item of human diets in parts of tropical Africa. The fresh young leaves, young stems, and young flower spikes are used to produce a tasty and nutritious "soup" that is daily fare in areas throughout West Africa. Productive and easy to grow, the plant could become a much greater contributor to malnutrition and general human welfare equatorial regions of the world.. Leaves are high in Vitamin A, C, and Calcium. The calcium, however, is not available because its tied up in oxalic acid.. ...
A new and distinct cultivar of Celosia plant named `BKCELAV`, characterized by its broadly upright plant habit; moderately freely branching habit; freely flowering habit; bright red purple-colored fl
A new and distinct cultivar of Celosia plant named `BKCELANP`, characterized by its broadly upright plant habit; moderately freely branching habit; freely flowering habit; bright pink-colored flowers
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0028]In some embodiments, ornamental plants are chosen from the following: Acacia, Achillea, African Boxwood, African Lily, African Violet, Agapanthus, Ageratum, Ageratum houstonim, Allium, Alpina, Alstroemeria, Amaranthus hypochondriacus, Amaryllis, Ammi majus, Anconitum, Anemone, Anigozanthus, Annual Delphinium, Anthurium, Antirrhinum majus, Asparagus, Aster, Aster spp., Astilbe, Azalea, Babys Breath, Bachelors Button, Banksia, Begonia, Bellflower; Bells of Ireland, Big Flax, Billy Buttons, Blazing Star; Bleeding Heart, Boronia, Bouvardia, Broom, Buddleia, Bupleurum, Butterfly Bush, Butterfly Orchid, California Pepperberry, Calla Lily, Campanul, Candytuft, Canterbury Bells, Carnation, Carthamus, Caspia, Cattleya, Celosia, Celosia argenta, Centaurea cyanus, Chamelaucium, Chimney Bells, Chrysanthemum, Chrysanthemum×morifolium, Clarkia, Consolida ambigua, Convallaria, Coral Bell, Cordyline, Coreopsis, Cornflower, Craspedia; Curly Willow, Cyclamen, Cymbidium, Cymbidium Orchid, Daffodil, Daisy, ...
Citation: Rosskopf, E.N., Burelle, N.K., Albano, J.P., Brooks, S., Register, K., Holzinger, J. 2009. Iodomethane phytotoxicity: potential role of plant nutrient uptake. Proceedings of International Research Conference on Methyl Bromide Alternatives. 104:1-4. Interpretive Summary: Technical Abstract: In the spring of 2006 multi-year studies were initiated to evaluate the efficacy of Midas™ (iodomethane:chloropicrin 50:50, Arysta LifeScience Corp., Cary, NC) for production of ornamental cockscomb (Celosia argentea var. cristata) in Martin County, Florida. Treatments were untreated check, Midas™ at 224 kg/ha (200 lb/A), and methyl bromide:chloropicrin (MeBr, 98:2) at 224 kg/ha (200 lb/A). All treatments were covered with metalized film (Canslit, Inc., Montreal, Quebec, Canada) following fumigation. Each plot was 1.8 m x 30 m, with four replications in a randomized complete block design. Plastic was removed 15 days after fumigation and cockscomb (Chief Rose, VIS Seed Company Inc., Arcadia, CA) ...
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Giving plants a quick drink now and then is OK on hot days, but its no substitute for deep irrigation. Regular harvesting is also important. If you dont pick vegetables often enough, plants can go to seed and quit producing.. Although this month is too hot for starting most plants, there are a few that do well in steamy weather, such as the following:. *. FLOWERS. Ageratum. Bedding begonia. Celosia. Coleus. Dahlia. Dianthus ...
Qing Xiang Zi is also known as celosia seed. The sweet and cool herb has been use in TCM to stops hemorrhoids bleeding, Menopausal bleeding, treat yeast infections with red or white discharge, etc., as it cools Blood, stops bleeding, clear wind heat, liver fire, etc., by enhancing the function of liver channels. Ingredients 1. …. ...
John Hewett has been appointed as the retail category manager of ornamentals for the U.S. market. Hewett brings 20 years of retail sales management experience to the U.S. and Canada, with emphasis in consumer and professional products. He has held national account responsibilities for Walmart, Kmart, The Home Depot, Lowes, Sherwin Williams and various hardware co-ops. Peter van Noort has assumed the role of trans-Atlantic product manager for cut flowers and is based in The Netherlands. Van Noort adds to the Sakata team his solid experience in the global cut flower business, including the key markets of Europe and Africa. He has held various positions within Florensis. Most recently he acted as sales representative, grower advisor and product manager for key cut flower crops like lisianthus and celosia at Dutch-based company Combinations. Van Noort will work across the European and North and South American markets to support Sakatas cut flower assortment.. Learn more about Sakata at ...
Pictures of asteraceae wildflowers of West USA. Flower and leaves of raillardella argentea, Garfield Peak Trail, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. High resolution version
BACKGROUNDS AND AIMS: In cultivated rice, phosphorus (P) in grains originates from two possible sources, namely exogenous (post-flowering root P uptake from soil) or endogenous (P remobilization from vegetative parts) sources. This study investigates P partitioning and remobilization in rice plants throughout grain filling to resolve contributions of P sources to grain P levels in rice. METHODS: Rice plants (Oryza sativa IR64) were grown under P-sufficient or P-deficient conditions in the field and in hydroponics. Post-flowering uptake, partitioning and re-partitioning of P was investigated by quantifying tissue P levels over the grain filling period in the field conditions, and by employing (33)P isotope as a tracer in the hydroponic study. KEY RESULTS: Post-flowering P uptake represented 40-70 % of the aerial plant P accumulation at maturity. The panicle was the main P sink in all studies, and the amount of P potentially remobilized from vegetative tissues to the panicle during grain filling was
The larvae of the Wirenia argentea hold a much more complex muscular architecture than their adults -- they remodel during their metamorphosis. So evolution is not a one-way road towards complexity. Andreas Wanninger, zoologist at the University of Vienna, and his team publish about their findings in the scientific journal Current Biology.
EST-SSR from Medicago truncatula Gaertn. and Glycine max (L.) Merr. were tested for transferability in various species of Onobrychis (O. pyrenaica Sennen, O. argentea Boiss. and O. viciifolia Scop ...
The proper handling and processing of the highly perishable silver cyprinid (Rastrineobola argentea) could contribute towards alleviation of food insecurity by directly acting as a food resource and through employment for ...
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Flower: sepals 1 5, often 0 in pistillate flowers, free or fused, generally persistent in fruit; petals 0; stamens 0 5; ovary generally superior, chamber 1, ovule 1, styles 1 ...
Following up on a previous discussion, I have uploaded 2 photos of of Iris cristata Shenandoah Sky. Note, my plants are labeled as Shenandoah Sky (vs. ... Skies), as offered by Darrell Probsts Garden Vision Nursery where nomenclature is of utmost importance. The plant is growing under Stewartia pseudocamelia, a tree with dense surface roots that inhibits underplanting. However, Iris cristata does well growing under this tree, because the the rhizomes are happy skimming over the soils surface in the bark mulch. This is one of the better flowering forms of crested Iris, making a fine patch of deep blue in the garden now. The bright white signal spots really light up the floral effect. Here are two views: http://plantbuzz.com/rockgard/woodland/…. jpg http://plantbuzz.com/rockgard/woodland/…. jpg Mark McDonough Pepperell, Massachusetts, United States [email protected] New England USDA Zone 5 ============================================== ,, web site under construction - ...
Govaerts, R. et al. 2015. Casuarina cristata in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2015 April 02 ...
Davie, P. (2010). Cancer cristata. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=452171 on 2017-12- ...
How to Transplant a Jade Plant. Jade plants (Crassula Argentea syn. Crassula ovata), are woody-stemmed plants with oval, succulent, jade green leaves.http://www.public.asu.edu/~camartin/plants/Plant%20html%20files/crassulaargentea.html...
Animal reflectors or mirrors are important to the survival of many kinds of animal, and, in some cases, have been mimicked by engineers developing photonic crystals. Examples are the scales of silvery fish, and the tapetum lucidum that causes the eyeshine of dogs and cats. All these reflectors work by interference of light in multilayer structures with dimensions less than a wavelength, so can be classed as photonic crystals. Other animal photonic crystals have evolved to reflect narrow spectra, producing animal coloration. The scales of silvery fish, by reflecting light from the flank make detection by a predator difficult because the reflected light is similar to the incident light in the absence of the prey (Fig. 1). The eyes of some bivalve mollusks, such as the scallop (Pecten) use a concave mirror, the argentea, at the back of the eye, to create an image on the retina. The deep-sea ostracod Gigantocypris has eyes with parabolic reflectors. The compound eyes of long-bodied decapod ...
Paraschistura cristata can be distinguished from its congeners in Iran by the possession of a prominent dorsal adipose crest supported by 22-25 procurrent rays of the caudal fin (vs. adipose crest absent, if present, not supported by procurrent rays), a complete lateral line (vs. incomplete) and the large size of adults, usually reaching 70 mm SL (vs. rarely more than 50 mm SL in the other species). The following additional characters are useful to identify P. cristata: presence of 9-13 brown bars usually faded or absent on flank in front of dorsal-fin origin, regularly shaped and wider than interspaces or dissociated into blotches and irregularly shaped bars; absence of suborbital groove or flap in males; dorsal fin usually with 8 1/2 branched rays; spot at base of first dorsal-fin rays bold; pelvic fin reaching to or slightly in front of anus (Ref. 103390). ...
Buncharia argentea Ciruela, Peanut butter Tree Date/Time: Wed 06 Sep 2006 03:01:24 PM EDT Barbados Cherry Family - Malpighiaceae ...
Enterobacter sp. SA187 is an endophytic bacterium that has been isolated from root nodules of the indigenous desert plant Indigofera argentea. SA187 could survive in the rhizosphere as well as in association with different plant species, and was able to provide abiotic stress tolerance to Arabidopsis thaliana. The genome sequence of SA187 was obtained by using Pacific BioScience (PacBio) single-molecule sequencing technology, with average coverage of 275X. The genome of SA187 consists of one single 4,429,597 bp chromosome, with an average 56% GC content and 4,347 predicted protein coding DNA sequences (CDS), 153 ncRNA, 7 rRNA, and 84 tRNA. Functional analysis of the SA187 genome revealed a large number of genes involved in uptake and exchange of nutrients, chemotaxis, mobilization and plant colonization. A high number of genes were also found to be involved in survival, defense against oxidative stress and production of antimicrobial compounds and toxins. Moreover, different metabolic pathways were
Test consisting of two to three concentric spherical shells joined by numerous radial beams two of which are heavier, oppositely placed in one axis, and continue beyond the outer shell as prominent polar spines, one generally longer than the other although both are of nearly equal length in a few specimens. Outer or third shell generally spherical, in a few tests ellipsoidal, with smooth to thorny surface, with relatively small, equal, circular to subcircular, hexagonally arranged pores, 10-17 but generally 12-14 on half the circumference; polygonal frames present in most tests, absent in a few; thickness of shell wall variable, as thick as 18 m. Second shell spherical with equal pores slightly smaller than those of the outer shell, otherwise similar, 8-10 on half the circumference; joined to the third shell by 5-30 or more thin, cylindrical, radial beams which arise from its surface. First or innermost shell barely visible in most tests and absent in several, polyhedral with large polygonal ...
Citation: Panella, L.W., Lewellen, R.T. 2004. Notice of release of fc201 monogerm, 0-type sugarbeet germplasm with resistance to rhizomania and other diseases.. Germplasm Release. Interpretive Summary: This is a Germplasm Release, no Interpretive Summary required. Technical Abstract: FC201 is a segregating population of sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris L.) with a high frequency of the Rz allele conferring resistance to rhizomania caused by Beet necrotic yellow vein virus. It is segregating for resistance to root-rotting strains (AG-2-2) of Rhizoctonia solani Kühn and to the sugar beet root aphid (Pemphigus sp.), has moderate resistance to cercospora leaf spot caused by Cercospora beticola Sacc., to black root caused by Aphanomyces cochlioides Drechsl., and the Beet curly top virus. FC201 is a heterogeneous population from which to select disease resistant monogerm, O-type parents to infuse multiple disease resistance on the female side of hybrids. There is no CMS equivalent. FC201 is released from ...
Much of our knowledge of breeding behavior in H. cristata comes from captive individuals. Nowak (1991) reported that breeding occurs throughout the year at the London Zoo, from July to December in Central Africa, and from March to December in Indian zoos. He also indicated that captive females in South Africa produced litters throughout the year, mainly from August to March with a peak in January. Usually, females have only one litter per year (Nowak 1991). After a 35 day estrous cycle and 112 day gestation period, one to two well developed offspring are born in a grasslined chamber within the burrow system (Nowak 1991; Grzimek 1990). At birth or shortly afterward, the youngs eyes are open and incisors are completely broken through (Grzimek 1990). The body is covered with short hair, and back spines are still soft with individual sensing bristles projecting far beyond the spines (Grzimek 1990). Newborn weigh only 3% of the mothers body weight. Yet they leave the den for first time after only ...
Krameria is the only genus in the Krameriaceae family, of which any of the approximately 18 species are commonly known as rhatany, ratany or rattany. Rhatany is also the name given to krameria root, a botanical remedy consisting of the dried root of para rhatany (Krameria argentea) or Peruvian rhatany (Krameria lappacea). The biological action of rhatany is caused by the astringent rhataniatannic acid, which is similar to tannic acid. Infusions have been used as a gargle, a lozenge, especially when mixed with cocaine, as a local hemostatic and remedy for diarrhea. When finely powdered, the dried roots furnished a frequent constituent of tooth powders. The powdered roots have also served, especially in Portugal, to color wines ruby red. The root bark contains an almost insoluble free red substance called ratanhia red. Krameria are found across the Americas, with most native to the tropical regions. They are perennial shrubs which act as root parasites on other plants. The flowers have glands ...
... Varieties of Salvia available to buy include the following: SALVIA africana-lutea ,SALVIA Amante ,SALVIA Amistad ,SALVIA argentea ,SALVIA bulleyana ,SA ...
GenDR A curated database of genes associated with dietary restriction in model organisms either from genetic manipulation experiments or gene expression profiling.. ...
The present study was aimed to evaluate the anti diabetic activity of polyherbal formulation containing some bitter plant constituents like neem, methi, karela fruit, amla , jamun seeds, kavat fruit in
Radish, Raphanus sativus is Vitamin C and Copper rich root vegetable support for Antioxidant, Anti-pruritic, Anti-diabetic activity.
2017 Szafrańska K, Reiter RJ, Posmyk MM. Melatonin improves the photosynthetic apparatus in pea leaves stressed by paraquat via chlorophyll breakdown regulation and its accelerated de novo synthesis. Frontiers in Plant Science 8: 878.. 2017 Kobylińska A. Exogenous quercetin as a proliferation stimulator in tobacco BY-2 cells. Journal of Elementology 22(1):245-258.. 2017 Kobylińska A, Reiter RJ, Posmyk MM. Melatonin protects cultured tobacco cells against lead-induced cell death via inhibition of cytochrome c translocation. Frontiers in Plant Science 8: 1560.. 2017 Juraniec M, Hermans Ch, Hermans, Salis P, Geelen D, Verbruggen N. Impact of post-flowering nitrate availability on nitrogen remobilization in hydroponically grown durum wheat. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 180: 273-278.. 2017 Grzesik M, Romanowska-Duda Z, Kalaji HM. Effectiveness of cyanobacteria and green algae in enhancing the photosynthetic performance and growth of willow (Salix viminalis L.) plants under limited ...
Behaviour This species is both sedentary and nomadic (Urban et al. 1986, del Hoyo et al. 1996, Hockey et al. 2005), often making local movements (Taylor and van Perlo 1998) in response to rainfall, water levels and the availability of its favoured foods (Urban et al. 1986, del Hoyo et al. 1996, Hockey et al. 2005) (e.g. pondweed Potamogeton pectinatus) (Urban et al. 1986). The timing of the breeding season varies geographically (del Hoyo et al. 1996). The species is a solitary territorial breeder (Urban et al. 1986, del Hoyo et al. 1996) although it is occasionally observed in family groups (Hockey et al. 2005), with flocks of non-breeding individuals also occurring during the breeding season (Taylor and van Perlo 1998, Hockey et al. 2005). After breeding the species becomes more gregarious (Urban et al. 1986, del Hoyo et al. 1996), forming flocks which range in size from small groups of 10-12 individuals, to larger, loose-knit groups of 20-330 (Langrand 1990), occasionally also to large flocks ...
original description Lamarck, Jean Baptiste de. (1818). [USE FOR POLYCHAETA = Vol. 5. Annelides of ...] Histoire naturelle des Animaux sans Vertèbres, préséntant les caractères généraux et particuliers de ces animaux, leur distribution, leurs classes, leurs familles, leurs genres, et la citation des principales espèces qui sy rapportent; precedes dune Introduction offrant la determination des caracteres essentiels de l`Animal, sa distinction du vegetal et desautres corps naturels, enfin, lExposition des Principes fondamentaux de la Zoologie]. Paris, Deterville, 612 pp., available online at http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/12886879 ...
In vitro Multiple Shoot Induction and Plant Regeneration in Betida pendula. . 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.
D. marginalis. 5. Sori situated well away from the margin of the blade, ± in the middle of the pinnules or lobes of the pinnae or even closer to the midvein; petioles with scales either sparse or dark brown or both.. 6. Petioles very short, 1/5-2/5 the length of the blade; rachis and midveins scaly; plants of dry, almost always rocky forests.. D. filix-mas. 6. Petioles 2/5-3/5 the length of the blade; scales essentially restricted to the petioles; plants of rich, moist forests and swamps.. 7. Lower pinnae triangular, widest near the rachis.. 8. Larger blades 6-12.5 cm wide; pinnae of fertile blades tilted out of the plane of the blade (like the slats of a Venetian blind).. D. cristata. 8. Larger blades 11-22 (-25) cm wide; pinnae of fertile blades not tilted, the frond essentially flat. D. clintoniana. 7. Lower pinnae narrowly ovate, the widest point well out from the rachis and narrowing both to the tip and to the base.. 9. Blades abruptly narrowed to the apex; sori clearly nearer to the ...
I heard that the heat was on in Texas - I hope fall returns soon and stays on its next visit! Were having something of the same experience. We actually got a small amount of rain this weekend but the Santa Ana winds are set to return tomorrow, with temperatures expected to soar back into the 90s. As always I love your Barleria but I now at last I have a version of my own, Barleria obtusa. Its lower-growing than your B. cristata but the flowers and the spreading proclivities seem to be similar.. ReplyDelete ...
The title compound, C17H16N2O4S2H2O, is of inter-est regarding its anti-obesity and anti-diabetic activity. = 15.676 (3) ? = 3694.0 (14) ?3 = 8 Mo = 273 K 0.29 0.21 0.17 mm Data collection Bruker SMART APEX CCD area detector diffractometer Absorption modification: multi-scan (> 2(= 1.09 3255 reflections 236 parameters H-atom parameters constrained max = 0.39 e ??3 min = ?0.27 e ??3 Data collection: (Bruker, 2000 ?); cell refinement: (Bruker, 2001 ?); data decrease: (Sheldrick, 2008 ?); plan(s) utilized to refine framework: (Spek, 2009 ?), (Bergerhoff BIIB-024 (Westrip, 2010 ?). ? Desk 1 Hydrogen-bond geometry (?, ) Supplementary Materials Crystal framework: contains datablocks I, global. DOI: 10.1107/S1600536810039279/jh2215sup1.cif Just click here to see.(21K, cif) Framework elements: contains datablocks We. DOI: 10.1107/S1600536810039279/jh2215Isup2.hkl Just click here to see.(160K, hkl) Additional supplementary components: crystallographic details; 3D watch; checkCIF survey Acknowledgments ...
Homozygous genotypes of apple will be developed using the following: anther culture, parthenogenesis in-situ and microspore culture. Research will focus on embryo induction and plant regeneration to establish an embryo to tree ...
Hooded seals have blue-gray pelage with black spots over the body. The front of the face is black and this coloration extends posteriorly to just behind the eyes. Their limbs are rather small in proportion to their body, but are powerful nonetheless, making these seals excellent swimmers and divers. Hooded seals exhibit marked sexual dimorphism. Males are slightly longer than females, and reach 2.5 m in length; females average 2.2 m. The more significant difference between the sexes is weight. Males weigh up to 300 kg while females only weigh up to 160 kg. Also unique to males is the inflatable hood and nasal septum. ("Cystophora cristata, Hooded Seal", 2007; Kovacs and Lavigne, 1986). Hooded seals get their name from the inflatable "hood" on the top of the heads of males. The hood is not present until males are about 4 years old. When the hood is deflated, it hangs down over the upper lip. Males inflate this red, balloon-like nasal septum until it protrudes out of one nostril. Males use this ...
If Moringa leaves can increase livestock weight gain and milk production on a consistent basis, it would be a great boon for farmers around the world, especially in developing areas. It would be a very low-cost method for increasing food production in areas that need it greatly, thus helping many thousands of hungry people.. Further studies are needed to explore this potential benefit of Moringa leaves.. References. Foidl, N., Makkar, H.P.S. and Becker, K. (2001) The potential of Moringa oleifera for agricultural and industrial uses, pp 45-76, In: The Miracle Tree: The Multiple Uses of Moringa (Ed) Lowell J. Fuglie, CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.. Fuglie, Lowell (2000) New uses of Moringa studied in Nicaragua. ECHOs Tropical Agriculture Site. Available at: http://www.echotech.org/network/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=194. Reyes, S.N. (2006) Moringa oleifera and Cratylia argentea: potential fodder species for ruminants in Nicaragua. Doctoral thesis. ISSN 1652-6880, ISBN ...
The amino acid and fatty acid composition of polypeptide k and oil isolated from the seeds of Momordica charantia was analysed. The analysis revealed polypeptide k contained 9 out of 11 essential amino acids, among a total of 18 types of amino acids. Glutamic acid, aspartic acid, arginine and glycine were the most abundant (17.08%, 9.71%, 9.50% and 8.90% of total amino acids, respectively). Fatty acid analysis showed unusually high amounts of C18-0 (stearic acid, 62.31% of total fatty acid). C18-1 (oleic acid) and C18-2 (linoleic acid) were the other major fatty acid detected (12.53% and 10.40%, respectively). The oil was devoid of the short fatty acids (C4-0 to C8-0). Polypeptide k and oil were also subjected to in vitro α-glucosidase and α-amylase inhibition assays. Both polypeptide k and seed oil showed potent inhibition of α-glucosidase enzyme (79.18% and 53.55% inhibition, respectively). α-Amylase was inhibited by 35.58% and 38.02%, respectively. Collectively, the in vitro assay strongly
Ribonuclease activity in cell-free thymus homogenates was elevated for five strains of mice genetically predisposed toward leukemia or reticulum cell neoplasms (AKR, C58, PL, RF, and SJL). Such increased activity was directed against polyuridylic acid and was observed in 8-wk old mice, well before the onset of neoplastic transformation. Similarly, white blood cell ribonuclease activity was elevated in mice of the strains AKR, C2H/He, PL and RF. Statistical analysis indicated that such elevated activity in these strains related to their high incidence of spontaneous neoplastic disease. Elevated ribonuclease activity thus represents a new biochemical marker relating to the genetic propensity of some strains of mice to die prematurely of spontaneous neoplasia. ...
Habit: Annual to perennial herb, generally from taproot, occasionally rhizomed. Leaf: basal or cauline, alternate, generally pinnately toothed to lobed, generally sessile. Inflorescence: spike, raceme-like, or flowers in axils of distal, reduced leaves. Flower: radial or (sect. Gaura) bilateral, generally opening at dusk; sepals 4, reflexed in flower (sometimes 2--3 remaining adherent); petals 4, yellow, white, rose, or +- purple, generally fading +- orange to +- purple, tip notched or toothed; stamens 8, filaments sometimes (sect. Gaura) with paired teeth at base, anthers attached at middle; ovary chambers 4, stigma generally deeply lobed, generally > anthers and cross-pollinated (or +- = anthers and self-pollinated). Fruit: generally dehiscent, cylindric to ovoid or obovoid, cylindric to 4-winged or -angled, straight to curved, generally sessile (base sometimes seedless, stalk-like). Seed: in generally 2(1--3) rows per chamber, or clustered or reduced to 1--4 per fruit ...
In our previous report, rosmarinic acid (RA) was revealed to be an antidote active compound in Argusia argentea (family: Boraginaceae). The plant is locally used in Okinawa in Japan as an antidote for poisoning from snake venom, Trimeresurus flavoviridis (habu). This article presents mechanistic evidence of RAs neutralization of the hemorrhagic effects of snake venom. Anti-hemorrhagic activity was assayed by using several kinds of snake venom. Inhibition against fibrinogen hydrolytic and collagen hydrolytic activities of T. flavoviridis venom were examined by SDS-PAGE. A histopathological study was done by microscopy after administration of venom in the presence or absence of RA. RA was found to markedly neutralize venom-induced hemorrhage, fibrinogenolysis, cytotoxicity and digestion of type IV collagen activity. Moreover, RA inhibited both hemorrhage and neutrophil infiltrations caused by T. flavoviridis venom in pathology sections. These results demonstrate that RA inhibited most of the hemorrhage
Description: Euphorbia flanaganii is a low, spineless, many-branched, succulent to 5 cm tall and 30 cm wide. It is commonly known as Medusa plant, because its prostrate, snake like arms resemble locks of hairs. The central stem merges into roots forming an tuberous body (often called a caudex) with branches radiating from it. If you look down into a large specimen youll see what looks like a sun flower; its another example of a Fibonacci spiral. A properly grown plant is a joy, especially when it is in flower, for then each snaky finger is covered with fragrant yellow flowers and the cluster is exquisite. The whole plant produce a caustic milky sap that can cause skin rash, itching and general discomfort ...
The Arctic has in the later years become a final destination for persistent organic pollutants (POPs) which are, due to long-range atmospheric transport, river outlets and ocean currents, brought into the pristine arctic region from southern latitudes. POPs can accumulate in biota and reach high concentrations in the upper trophic levels in the arctic food webs due to biomagnification. The hooded seal (Cystophora cristata) is a top-predator in the arctic marine food web and is susceptible to high POP exposures through diet, but also by placental transfer in utero and lactational transfer after parturition from mother to offspring. The hooded seal milk is unique by having the highest lipid percentage reported in any mammal. The objective of this study was to examine levels and patterns of POPs and their metabolites in mother-pup pairs with respect to maternal transfer and biotransformation. Milk sampled from lactating hooded seal mothers in the West Ice breeding area in the Greenland Sea were ...
In order to elucidate the phylogenetic relationships in European ratsnakes of the genus Elaphe, we analyzed a 597 bp part of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene of eight West Eurasian and one East Asian species. Lampropeltis served as outgroup. Maximum parsimony and maximum likelihood suggest the existence of four lineages: 1) E. scalaris; 2) the E. longissima species group comprising E. longissima, E. lineata, E. situla, E. hohenackeri, and E. persica; 3) E. quatuorlineata and 4) E. dione as a sister group to 3). Elaphe scalaris is basal and shows no closer affiliation with any other analyzed species. The Middle Eastern E. persica and E. hohenackeri appear basal within the E. longissima group. Elaphe lineata differs by 8% nucleotide substitutions from E. longissima, supporting the hypothesis that both taxa represent distinct species. Elaphe situla is associated with Elaphe longissima and E. lineata. Three analyzed subspecies of E. quatuorlineata are represented by distinct haplotypes. The extent of
A grant from the Chicago Zoological Society has facilitated eradication of black rats from White Cay. The project was a collaborative effort of the West Indian Iguana Specialist Group, the Bahamas National Trust, the Bahamas Department of Agriculture, and Zeneca Agrochemicals, Inc., which donated the rodenticide used in the eradication. Two cays that appear promising as potential sites for establishment of a second wild population of the White Cay iguana have been identified. Although they have yet to be surveyed on the ground, both look appropriate from the air, both are Crown land, and both have active seabird nesting colonies, a good sign that introduced predators are absent. W. Hayes and R. Carter visited White Cay in 1996 to obtain blood samples and other measurements from the iguanas and to evaluate their status ...
Natural remedies from medicinal plants are considered to be effective and safe alternative treatment for diabetes mellitus. The aim of this study was to demonstrate the hypoglycaemic and antidiabetic activity of the aqueous extract of Icacina tracantha (tuber) (fam Icacinaceae)Ananas cosmos (fam. Bromeliaceae)and Uraria picta (leaves) (fam leguminosae) on an animal model of insulin resistance, a condition which predisposes to type 2 diabetes. The plants have a long history of use as anti-diabetic agents in western Nigeria. Method: 120 male Sprague-Dawley rats were assigned into two major groups. One group was fed on normal rat chow with the other group fed on a high calorie diet for four months a period sufficient for the animals to be fed to attain insulin resistance. The animals were then randomly assigned into different groups (each containing 6 male rats). The plant crude extracts were made by weighing specific dried quantities of each plant, boiling in distilled water for about 2 hours, ...
Biswas, G.C.G.; Zapata, F.J., 1990: Callus formation and plant regeneration from protoplasts derived from suspension culture of rice (Oryza sativa L. cv. 'Taipei 177')
Forward and reverse sequences were assembled in Geneious (Biomatters Ltd.), checked for contamination using BLAST [39] and have been deposited in GenBank (see Additional file 2 for accession numbers). Additional sequences of Ampharetidae were downloaded from GenBank and included in the analyses (see Additional file 2). Three sets of alignments were made, one with the complete dataset, and two with subsets of taxa corresponding to clades identified in initial analyses (Clade A and Clade C, see Results) and with Melinna cristata as outgroup. The alignments of Clade A and C were made to reduce the proportion of ambiguously aligned regions, allowing a higher number of positions to be included, and also to save computation time for species tree reconstruction with STACEY (see below).. COI sequences were aligned in Geneious using MUSCLE [40], and 16S, 18S and 28S sequences were aligned using the MAFFT online server [41] and the option for automatic selection of alignment algorithm [42, 43]. The ...
Immunocytochemical data on polychaete neurogenesis remain scarce and are mostly restricted to isolated developmental stages. At present, there are only few studies that document the neuronal differentiation for complete developmental series and they focus on polychaetes with an indirect mode of development [28-31]. The two classical TEM-based studies on species of the Capitellida likewise offer only limited insights. The first is restricted to the 3-setiger larva of Arenicola cristata (Arenicolidae), whereas the second one describes different developmental stages up to metamorphosis in Capitella capitata (Capitellidae) [32, 33]. In both studies the presented ultrastructural data are only superficially interpreted with respect to gross morphology.. One of the most prominent features of trochozoan larvae is the ciliated prototroch and its underlying serotonergic nerve ring. The latter was most likely already present in the last common ancestor of the lophotrochozoans [34, 35]. Although ...
The level of intra- and interspecific variations on nuclear DNA in five Aegilops species of the Sitopsis section were investigated using restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis. A total of 18 accessions, i.e. 7 of Ae. speltoides, 3 of Ae. longissima, 2 of Ae. searsii, 3 of Ae. sharonensis and 3 of Ae. bicornis, were used. One accession each of Triticum aestivum, T. durum, T. urart ...
Hey guys! Im new to this and this is my first grow and im wondering if this is root rot or is it stain from my nutes? Im using technaflora recipe for
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Application # 2017/0374782. Celosia plant named BKCELANP - Patents.comApplication # 2017/0374782. Celosia plant named 'BKCELANP' - Patents.com

A new and distinct cultivar of Celosia plant named `BKCELANP`, characterized by its broadly upright plant habit; moderately ... Celosia plant named BKCELANP Abstract. A new and distinct cultivar of Celosia plant named `BKCELANP`, characterized by its ... 0005] The new Celosia plant originated from an open-pollination in June, 2012 in Maasdijk, The Netherlands of Celosia plumosa ` ... 0015] 1. Plants of the new Celosia are shorter than plants of `BKCELFLM`. [0016] 2. Leaves of plants of the new Celosia are ...
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Application # 2017/0374780. Celosia plant named BKCELAV - Patents.comApplication # 2017/0374780. Celosia plant named 'BKCELAV' - Patents.com

A new and distinct cultivar of Celosia plant named `BKCELAV`, characterized by its broadly upright plant habit; moderately ... Celosia plant named BKCELAV Abstract. A new and distinct cultivar of Celosia plant named `BKCELAV`, characterized by its ... 0018] Plants of the new Celosia can be compared to plants of Celosia plumosa `Kelos Purple`, not patented. In side-by-side ... 0003] The present invention relates to a new and distinct Celosia plant, botanically known as Celosia plumosa and hereinafter ...
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THE GROWTH AND DURATION OF LIFE OF CELOSIA CRISTATA SEEDLINGS AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES | JGPTHE GROWTH AND DURATION OF LIFE OF CELOSIA CRISTATA SEEDLINGS AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES | JGP

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Methanolic extract of Celosia argentea var. crista leaves modulates glucose homeostasis and abates oxidative hepatic injury in...Methanolic extract of Celosia argentea var. crista leaves modulates glucose homeostasis and abates oxidative hepatic injury in...

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  • Celosia Plant Care Information" last modified December 15, 2018. (sfgate.com)
  • Celosia plants require a minimum of eight hours of direct sunlight and soil that drains quickly. (sfgate.com)
  • The objective of the breeding program is to create new Celosia plants that have unique and attractive flowers, long flowering period and good interiorscape and garden performance. (patents.com)
  • Plants of the new Celosia have not been observed under all possible combinations of environmental conditions and cultural practices. (patents.com)
  • Plants of the new Celosia differ from plants of the female parent selection in the following characteristics: 1. (patents.com)
  • The snake tomato using potting media was cultivated in 2013 and 2014 at 100,000 plants/ha (one plant/pot) alongside intercrop celosia at three population levels of 100,000 (P1), 200,000 (P2) and 300,000 plant/ha (P3) (10, 20 and 30 plants/pot respectively) where sole crops (P0) served as control. (scirp.org)
  • Intercropping with celosia at P1 produced plants with thicker girth and more leaves, plants at P1 - P3 had more side-vines while all intercropped plots had more female flowers, but P1 had thicker fruit girth compared to sole crops. (scirp.org)
  • This study therefore suggests that paraquat did not only possesses lethal effect on plants but also pointed to the fact that RAPD-PCR is a useful technique for providing information on the degree of polymorphism, diversity of Celosia and other possible effects of paraquat on Celosia varieties. (edu.ng)
  • The effects of paraquat on the genetic diversity and protein profiles of six Celosia varieties in South Western Nigeria was investigated using Rapid Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) and Sodium dodecylsulphatepolyacrylamide gel electrophoreisis (SDS-PAGE) techniques. (edu.ng)
  • The groupings of the accessions also showed three phylogenetic groups among the Celosia varieties. (edu.ng)
  • Celosia Agentea is an herbal plant that in Lagos of Nigeria it called as Lagos spinach, and among the yorubas popular with shoko yokoto. (drhealthbenefits.com)
  • Though a very simple plant, Celosia does need moderate soil moisture. (wikipedia.org)
  • In fall, before planting Celosia, prepare the planting site by removing weeds and mixing organic matter into the soil. (sfgate.com)
  • Featuring burgundy to berry pink hues, this unique celosia bloom adds texture and romantic coloring to any bridal display! (fiftyflowers.com)
  • Asexual reproduction of the new Celosia plant by cuttings in a controlled environment in Maasdijk, The Netherlands since April, 2014 has shown that the unique features of this new Celosia plant are stable and reproduced true to type in successive generations. (patents.com)
  • These data generated will be helpful not only in identifying efficient strategies for the sustainable management of the genetic resources of Celosia but also in designing breeding strategies for Celosia improvement in South-western part of Nigeria. (edu.ng)
  • The herbs in this fomula include tonics for the eyes (liver nourishing agents that are thought to be specific for eye problems, such as celosia, lycium and chrysanthemum), blood vitalizing agents to rectify the retinal circulation (Red Root Sage and red peony) and herbs for clearing heat (raw rehmannia). (acuatlanta.net)
  • To keep dust from accumulating on the drying celosia, I loosely covered them with large sheets of paper. (detroitnews.com)
  • Don't ask me what I'm going to do with all of those dried celosia, but at least I saved them from the compost pile for the time being. (detroitnews.com)