A plant genus of the family ARACEAE. Members contain acrid calcium oxalate and LECTINS. Polynesians prepare the root into poi. Common names of Taro and Coco Yam (Cocoyam) may be confused with other ARACEAE; XANTHOSOMA; or with common yam (DIOSCOREA).
A complex body of social, cultural, and religious beliefs and practices evolved in and largely confined to the Indian subcontinent and marked by a caste system, an outlook tending to view all forms and theories as aspects of one eternal being and truth, and the practice of the way of works, the way of knowledge, or the way of devotion as a means of release from the round of rebirths. (From Webster, 3d ed)
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
A malocclusion in which maxillary incisor and canine teeth project over the mandiblar teeth excessively. The overlap is measured perpendicular to the occlusal plane and is also called vertical overlap. When the overlap is measured parallel to the occlusal plane it is referred to as overjet.
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)
The dried seeds, bark, root, stems, buds, leaves, or fruit of aromatic plants used to season food.
An edible species of the family Ranidae, occurring in Europe and used extensively in biomedical research. Commonly referred to as "edible frog".
A congenital disorder that is characterized by a triad of capillary malformations (HEMANGIOMA), venous malformations (ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA), and soft tissue or bony hypertrophy of the limb. This syndrome is caused by mutations in the VG5Q gene which encodes a strong angiogenesis stimulator.
The condition of accelerated and excessive GROWTH in children or adolescents who are exposed to excess HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE before the closure of EPIPHYSES. It is usually caused by somatotroph hyperplasia or a GROWTH HORMONE-SECRETING PITUITARY ADENOMA. These patients are of abnormally tall stature, more than 3 standard deviations above normal mean height for age.
A cluster of FLOWERS (as opposed to a solitary flower) arranged on a main stem of a plant.
Diseases characterized by a selective degeneration of the motor neurons of the spinal cord, brainstem, or motor cortex. Clinical subtypes are distinguished by the major site of degeneration. In AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS there is involvement of upper, lower, and brainstem motor neurons. In progressive muscular atrophy and related syndromes (see MUSCULAR ATROPHY, SPINAL) the motor neurons in the spinal cord are primarily affected. With progressive bulbar palsy (BULBAR PALSY, PROGRESSIVE), the initial degeneration occurs in the brainstem. In primary lateral sclerosis, the cortical neurons are affected in isolation. (Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p1089)
The vessels carrying blood away from the capillary beds.
A plant genus of the family ARACEAE. Members contain beta-glucosidases and trypsin inhibitors.
A plant family of the order Arales, subclass Arecidae, class Liliopsida (monocot). Many members contain OXALIC ACID and calcium oxalate (OXALATES).
A plant genus of the family ARACEAE. As a houseplant it sometimes poisons children and animals.
A plant genus of the family ARACEAE. The name derived from ar (fire in Arabic) due to the irritating sap. Flower is a spathe.
Stipends or grants-in-aid granted by foundations or institutions to individuals for study.
A genus of plant viruses in the family CLOSTEROVIRIDAE. Transmission is by whiteflies. Lettuce infectious yellows virus is the type species.
A family of bullet-shaped viruses of the order MONONEGAVIRALES, infecting vertebrates, arthropods, protozoa, and plants. Genera include VESICULOVIRUS; LYSSAVIRUS; EPHEMEROVIRUS; NOVIRHABDOVIRUS; Cytorhabdovirus; and Nucleorhabdovirus.
A plant species of the genus SOLANUM, family SOLANACEAE. The fruit is a large, egg-shaped berry, varying in color from dark purple to red, yellowish, or white. The leaves are large and ovate. The flowers are pendant, violet, and two inches across.
A measure of the amount of WATER VAPOR in the air.
A product of hard secondary xylem composed of CELLULOSE, hemicellulose, and LIGNANS, that is under the bark of trees and shrubs. It is used in construction and as a source of CHARCOAL and many other products.
An enlarged underground root or stem of some plants. It is usually rich in carbohydrates. Some, such as POTATOES, are important human FOOD. They may reproduce vegetatively from buds.
PLANTS, or their progeny, whose GENOME has been altered by GENETIC ENGINEERING.
Proteins found in plants (flowers, herbs, shrubs, trees, etc.). The concept does not include proteins found in vegetables for which VEGETABLE PROTEINS is available.

Tuber storage proteins. (1/21)

A wide range of plants are grown for their edible tubers, but five species together account for almost 90 % of the total world production. These are potato (Solanum tuberosum), cassava (Manihot esculenta), sweet potato (Ipomoea batatus), yams (Dioscorea spp.) and taro (Colocasia, Cyrtosperma and Xanthosoma spp.). All of these, except cassava, contain groups of storage proteins, but these differ in the biological properties and evolutionary relationships. Thus, patatin from potato exhibits activity as an acylhydrolase and esterase, sporamin from sweet potato is an inhibitor of trypsin, and dioscorin from yam is a carbonic anhydrase. Both sporamin and dioscorin also exhibit antioxidant and radical scavenging activity. Taro differs from the other three crops in that it contains two major types of storage protein: a trypsin inhibitor related to sporamin and a mannose-binding lectin. These characteristics indicate that tuber storage proteins have evolved independently in different species, which contrasts with the highly conserved families of storage proteins present in seeds. Furthermore, all exhibit biological activities which could contribute to resistance to pests, pathogens or abiotic stresses, indicating that they may have dual roles in the tubers.  (+info)

Origins of agriculture at Kuk Swamp in the highlands of New Guinea. (2/21)

Multidisciplinary investigations at Kuk Swamp in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea show that agriculture arose independently in New Guinea by at least 6950 to 6440 calibrated years before the present (cal yr B.P.). Plant exploitation and some cultivation occurred on the wetland margin at 10,220 to 9910 cal yr B.P. (phase 1), mounding cultivation began by 6950 to 6440 cal yr B.P. (phase 2), and ditched cultivation began by 4350 to 3980 cal yr B.P. (phase 3). Clearance of lower montane rainforests began in the early Holocene, with modification to grassland at 6950 to 6440 cal yr B.P. Taro (Colocasia esculenta) was utilized in the early Holocene, and bananas (Musa spp.) were intensively cultivated by at least 6950 to 6440 cal yr B.P.  (+info)

The medicinal uses of poi. (3/21)

Poi is a pasty starch made from the cooked, mashed corm of the taro plant (Colocasia esculenta L.). Originating in Asia, this root crop is now found primarily in tropical and subtropical regions and was a major dietary staple in the Pacific islands. We hypothesize that poi has potential use as a probiotic-defined by FAO/WHO as, "live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit to the host." No scientific studies have explored the possibility of poi being used as a probiotic in medical nutrition therapy, however, an investigator determined that the predominant bacteria in poi are Lactococcus lactis (95%) and Lactobacilli (5%), both of which are lactic acid-producing bacteria. This investigator also reported that poi contains significantly more of these bacteria per gram than yogurt. To determine if poi is beneficial for certain health conditions, a literature search was conducted to find all available research studies in which poi was used as a complementary treatment. Documented evidence suggests that poi shows promise for use in infants with allergies or failure-to-thrive. However, to support previous findings, more research needs to be conducted with poi and its potential use as a probiotic.  (+info)

Taro vein chlorosis virus: characterization and variability of a new nucleorhabdovirus. (4/21)

Sequencing of the monopartite RNA genome of a Fijian isolate of Taro vein chlorosis virus (TaVCV) confirmed that it is a definitive rhabdovirus with most similarity to members of the genus Nucleorhabdovirus. The TaVCV 12 020 nt negative-sense RNA genome contained six ORFs in the antigenomic sequence, equivalent to the N, P, 3, M, G and L genes that have been identified in other rhabdoviruses. The putative gene products had highest similarity to those of the nucleorhabdovirus Maize mosaic virus. A characteristic 3'-AAUUCUUUUUGGGUUGU/A-5' sequence was identified in each of the intergenic regions and the TaVCV leader and trailer sequences comprised 140 and 61 nt, respectively. Assignment of TaVCV to the genus Nucleorhabdovirus was supported by thin-section electron microscopy of TaVCV-infected taro leaves, which identified virions budding from nuclear membranes into the perinuclear space. Variability studies identified high levels of TaVCV sequence diversity. Within the L gene of 20 TaVCV isolates from Fiji, the Federated States of Micronesia, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu, maximum variability at the nucleotide level was 27.4 %. Within the N gene, maximum variability among 15 isolates at the nucleotide level was 19.3 %. The high level of TaVCV variability observed suggested that the introduction of TaVCV to the Pacific Islands was not a recent occurrence.  (+info)

Inhibition of human lanosterol synthase by the constituents of Colocasia esculenta (taro). (5/21)

Ethanol extracts of lyophilized vegetables were tested for inhibition of human lanosterol synthase (hOSC) in order to find the compounds to suppress cholesterol biosynthesis. Of 130 samples tested, twelve samples showed significant inhibition. Among them, Colocasia esculenta (taro) showed the highest inhibition (55% inhibition at 300 microg/ml). Examination of activity variation among eight taro cultivars indicated that "Aichi-wase" and "Yatsugashira" had the most potent activity for hOSC inhibition. In order to identify the active constituent of taro, ethanol extracts of "Aichi-wase" were partitioned with hexane and aqueous methanol, and fractionated by silica gel column chromatography. Inhibitory activity was concentrated in two major active fractions. Further purification of these fractions by preparative HPLC gave three monogalactosyldiacylglycerols and five digalactosyldiacylglycerols as active compounds that showed 28 to 67% inhibitory activities at the concentration 300 microg/ml.  (+info)

A non-dairy probiotic's (poi) influence on changing the gastrointestinal tract's microflora environment. (6/21)

JUSTIFICATION: Yogurt has been historically used to restore gut microflora adversely affected by antibiotic treatment. Certain fermented dairy products are probiotics; "live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit to the host." Microorganisms in foods may benefit certain health conditions such as diarrhea, gastroenteritis, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, and cancer. A potential new probiotic from a Polynesian traditional food is poi; a starchy paste made from the corm of taro plants. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to determine if consumption of poi, a potential non-dairy probiotic, altered the microflora in the gastrointestinal tract of healthy adults. METHODS: A cross-over clinical study included 18 subjects (19-64 years of age) divided into a poi group (n = 10) and control group (n = 8). The study duration of 14 weeks consisted of a 2-week washout, 4-week treatment or control, a subsequent 2-week washout, cross-over of 4-week treatment or control, and a final 2-week washout. Subjects thus served as their own controls. While receiving the poi treatment, participants consumed fresh poi (1-2 days old) three times a day (130 g/meal or approximately 1/2 cup/meal); the control group did not. Both groups filled out 3-day dietary records to ensure compliance. Measurable outcomes included pre- and post-treatment microbiological fecal culture analyses. RESULTS: We found no significant differences in total bacterial counts following a poi diet versus following a control diet, nor were significant differences found in counts of specific bacterial species. Lactococcus tends to be higher in poi when it is analyzed for specific bacteria, but the poi consumption in our study did not alter the mean concentration of individual bacterial species (log10 CFU/g wet feces) for Escherichia coli, Enterobacter, Klebsiella, Lactobacillus, Lactococcus, and Bifidobacterium. No significant differences in stool frequency or consistency were observed between the treatment and control group periods. CONCLUSION: Poi consumption did not significantly alter total or individual bacterial counts in the human gastrointestinal tract. Further research might determine if "sour poi" (3-4 days old) has a greater affect than "fresh poi" (1-2 days old) as a potential probiotic, and a larger trial with longer diet durations may detect more subtle effects of poi consumption on bacterial counts.  (+info)

Occurrence of isolates of Phytophthora colocasiae in Taiwan with homothallic behavior and its significance. (7/21)

Leaf blight and corm rot caused by Phytophthora colocasiae are the most devastating diseases of taro. Oospores of P. colocasiae have not been considered important in the survival in natural soil because the pathogen is heterothallic and there is essentially no chance for the presence of both A1 and A2 mating types in the same host tissue. During our recent survey of the mating type distribution of P. colocasiae in Taiwan seven homothallic isolates of Phytophthora were obtained from diseased taro leaves at Tsu Chi in central Taiwan. These organisms were identified as P. colocasiae based on morphological characteristics, ITS sequence homology and pathogenicity to taro plants. The homothallic isolates of P. colocasiae segregated into A1 and A2 types in addition to the original A1A2 type during asexual reproduction and vegetative growth. The homothallic isolate and the mixture of its A1 and A2 segregants produced abundant oospores in live tissue of taro petioles on or away from soil, indicating the possibility of oospores as a survival structure and the source of genetic variation in certain areas in nature.  (+info)

Purification and characterization of elicitor protein from Phytophthora colocasiae and basic resistance in Colocasia esculenta. (8/21)

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TY - JOUR. T1 - Genetic analysis of 12 polymorphic isozyme loci in Taro, Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott. AU - Nguyen, Viet Xuan. AU - Yoshino, Hiromichi. AU - Tahara, Makoto. PY - 1999/9. Y1 - 1999/9. N2 - Using polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis find isoelectric focusing, we studied the genetic control of isozymes in nine enzyme systems of taro, Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott; acid phosphatase (ACP), diaphorase (DIA), glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase (GOT), hexokinase (HEX), isocitrate dehydrogenase (IDH), phosphogluconate dehydrogenase (PGD), phosphoglucoisomerase (PGI), shikimate dehydrogenase (SKDH), and superoxide dismutase (SOD). Diploid taro accessions from Nepal and other Asian countries were either selfed or crossed, and isozyme band segregation was tested in their progeny. A total of 12 loci with two to three alleles were determined for isozymes in leaf tissue; six loci of Got-1, Got-5, Idh-1, Pgi-3, Sod-3 and Sod-4 encoded a dimeric enzyme, whereas Acp-4, Dia-2, Hex-2 and Skdh ...
In March 2013, taro plants (Colocasia esculenta [L.] Schott cv. Iliuaua) with leaves displaying veinal chlorosis and necrosis were observed on the island of Molokai. These symptoms were similar to those of taro vein chlorosis, a disease of taro caused by Taro vein chlorosis virus (TaVCV; family Rhabdoviridae, genus Nucleorhabdovirus). To explore this possibility, RNA was isolated from both symptomatic and asymptomatic taro leaves using the NucleoSpin RNA II extraction kit (Macherey-Nagel, Bethlehem, PA) according to the provided protocol, except that RLT Buffer (Qiagen Inc., Valencia, CA) was used as the initial extraction buffer. The RNAs were converted to cDNA using random primers and MMLV-RT reverse transcriptase (Promega, Madison, WI). The cDNA underwent PCR assays using primer sets Pol2A1/Pol2A2 and Cap2A/Cap2B which target the RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) and putative nucleocapsid genes of TaVCV, respectively (1). Amplification products of the correct size were obtained for both ...
Hello foodies ! Todays recipe is Arbi ke Patton ki Sabzi. It is a delicious recipe which is made from arbi (colocasia) leaves. Do try this tasty recipe at home, it can be served with hot chapati/paratha. You can prepare this dish as a main course. You can prepare patra in this same way, this recipe is an extension of patra (colocasia leaf rolls) recipe. I am using arbi leaves of my kitchen garden, I do not know why leaves of our garden are of such small size. Normally, colocasia leaves are huge in size. Dry form of this recipe is known as patra and some other common names for patra are pattode, idhar, pattud.. ...
Taro is a common name for the corms and tubers of several plants in the family Araceae Of these, Colocasia esculenta is the most widely cultivated, and is the subject of this article. More specifically, this article describes the dasheen form of taro; another variety is called eddoe. Taro is native to southeast Asia. It…
Introduction: Diabetes is a debilitating disease characterized by elevated blood glucose levels, which is rapidly r eaching endemic proportions throughout the world including Bangladesh. We had previously evaluated the antihyperglycemic potential of methanolic extract of aerial parts of Spilanthes calva and tubers of Colocasia esculenta. The objective of this study was to determine whether there is any synergistic antihyperglycemic activity between the methanolic extracts of the plant parts of the two plants.. Methods: Antihyperglycemic activity and synergistic potential were determined through oral glucose tolerance tests (OGTT) in mice.. Result: Administration of methanolic extract of aerial parts of S. calva (MESC) at a dose of 400 mg per kg body weight led to lowering of blood glucose levels in glucose-loaded mice in OGTT by 41.6%. At the same dose, methanolic extract of tubers of C. esculenta (MECE) lowered blood glucose levels by 25.1%. At doses of 100, 200 and 400 mg each of (MESC + ...
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colocasia leaves gravy recipe with step by step.Tangy and sweet bhaji made with colocasia leaves. also called as alu chi patal bhaji.
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How to make Colocasia Kebab - Ingredients: Colocasia - 1 1/2 kg Green Chillies - 1 tsp, finely chopped Ginger - 1 tsp, finely chopped Salt - 1 1/2 tsp White Pepper Powder - 1
Colocasia (Elephant Ear) Burgundy Stem is quite large in stature and sports pinkish-purple stems. Although mainly grown for its ornamental foliage it also produces tall, yellow-spathed inflorescences during the summer months. It thrives in full sun with plenty of water. It is relatively easy to grow in the UK during the summer months. During the winter, it is best potted up and kept indoors under glass, keeing it dry and frost-free. Stop watering from mid-October through to Spring to ensure the tubers dont rotSold as small plant in a 11cm pot with 1 to 2 leaves initially.to grow on.
Im tempted to put a Colocasia esculenta (aka taro, aka elephant ears) in my open top 55gal. I love the plant, it would look so amazing with tubers planted in substrate and leaves growing above the water. I have read that its toxic though. Toxic for humans trying to eat it raw, that is. That doesnt necessarily mean its toxic to fish living around its roots... Does anybody have it in their tanks?
Venti Polthein(Colocasia Stem Raita) This variety of raita goes well with meals. Ingredients: stem of colocasia-10, green chillies-3, hing-1/8 tsp, coconut scrapings-1 tbsp, sol-1 small piece, curd-1 cup(medium sour), mustard-1 tsp, salt to taste and coconut oil-1 tsp. Method: De-skin the stem with knife. Wash and cut into small pieces.Pressure cook with sol, green…
Cocoyam, taro, dasheen. Outside, this plant is hardy in zones 9 through 11. Synonyms for Taro. Special characters ? Recollecting this, Taro stopped at a teahouse and changed his rough cotton suit for the silken one. Taro synonyms and Taro antonyms. - shows 3-letter terms; a? Top synonym for taro (another word for taro) is dasheen. You have got to try a seedling in every way to find out whether it is worth sending out. Makes 12 small cakes. Find taro synonyms list of more than 8 words on Pasttenses thesaurus. Mr. The taro grows in low situations, and demands a great deal of care. A seedling of Major Espren; probably first reported in 1845. The Peoples Choice 2020 Word Of The Year: 2020 Was A $#@#%%[email protected]! Taro requires at least 200 frost-free days to reach maturity. Du er velkommen til at tilføje en beskrivelse. Top synonyms for taro root (other words for taro root) are cocoyam, taro and dasheen. Select the seed potato with full growth, treat it first, soak it in warm water or medicament, and ...
Find more ways to say taro, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at Thesaurus.com, the worlds most trusted free thesaurus. Select the seed potato with full growth, treat it first, soak it in warm water or medicament, and then sow it in loam. Released by Ôzu Camellia Enthusiasts Club. Plant taro when the weather and soil have warmed in spring. Synonyms for taro include colocasia, dasheen, elephant ears, madumbi, bäl, toran, tuber, rhizome, storage organ and underground stem. If the planter is selected, the loam should be prepared first. Synonymer (kommasepareret) Er dette et såkaldt dårligt ord? 521. Synonyms for Taro. Detailed description of the camellias present in the nomenclature. Find another word for tar. Taro synonyms and Taro antonyms. Illustration of seedling. taro meaning: 1. a tropical plant that has a root that is cooked and eaten 2. a tropical plant that has a root…. A seedling of Catawba and so similar to it that many consider them identical. As you ...
Colocasia leaves are also called taro leaves or elephant ears. In Hindi, we call it arbi ke patte. Bengalis call it kochu pata or kochu shaak. Taro leaves are great for healthy skin and vision. These are rich in Vitamins A and B. However, these leaves can cause a pricking sensation or itching in the throat or tongue while eating uncooked colocasia leaves, owing to the presence of calcium oxalate in them. Please make sure not to taste the raw leaves. If the leaves are properly cooked or fried, the itching wont be there and these would taste delicious too!. ...
This article is shared with permission from our friends at Dr. Mercola. Looking like a spud on steroids, taro is a commonly eaten commodity in areas such as Hawaii, India, Southeast Asia and other warm areas of the world, the reason its dubbed potato of the tropics. Colocasia esculenta (also called poi in its mashed form) thrives in warm, tropical climates due to the abundance of humidity and heat. The fact that taro is one of the few crops that thrive in flooded areas is significant to its wide use in many different areas, as its petioles, or stalks, can transfer even while under water.. More than 11.3 million metric tons of taro plants/roots are cultivated around the world each year.1 A perennial herb as well as a bulbo-tuber or corm, taro has gigantic heart-shaped leaves and can grow as tall as 6 feet. Its skin is fibrous and sometimes hairy, with concentric rings around the outside. As the featured video above notes, large taro tubers have more starch, which is often best for ...
We all know Pacific Islanders love cooking & eating both taro and taro leaves but are you aware of all the amazing health benefits for the body? Both taros root and leaves have many health benefits because it is rich in nutrients. You can check out all the health benefits of the root here and weve listed the health benefits of the taro leaf for you below ... From its nutrient contents, the Top 10 taro leaves benefits are as follows: Acts as an antioxidant to prevent cancer. Taro leaves are rich in vitamin C which acts as an antioxidant. This helps prevent many diseases and fight against free radicals that cause cancer. Boosts your immune system. Vitamin C in 1 cup of taro leaves gives you at least 86% of the daily value that your body needs. You can boost your immune system effectively with eating taro leaves. Keeps your eyes healthy. Besides Vitamin C, taro leaves are rich in vitamin A. It reaches an amazing daily value of 123%. It is very good for maintaining visual acuity as
Aroid is the common name for members of the Araceae family of plants, sometimes known as the Philodendron or Arum family. The sometimes beautiful and sometimes bizarre combination of spathe and spadix known as the inflorescence, and sometimes referred to as a flower, is a distinguishing feature of all aroids. The mission of the International Aroid Society is to provide information, assist in the distribution of unusual species and provide fellowship to everyone with an appreciation for this wonderful plant family.
Both the roots and leaves are used. In Gujarat it is very famous for a recipe called Patra made from the leaves of Aravi. In Eastern part of Uttar Pradesh it is known as aravi ka patta. It is also a very popular dish among the Hindu community in South Africa, there also it is prepared in the same way and known as patha. In Manipur, the leaves are used to make one of the type of a Meitei ethnic cuisine, locally known as utti (pronounce as ootti). The leaves are called paangkhoklaa by the Meiteis. And the edible corms are known as paan, often used to make curries along with fermented soy beans and also use to make eromba, a famous Meitei side dish. In Odisha the root is called saru. it is an important ingredient in dalma, a popular odia cuisine.. In Mithalanchal (Bihar) the leaf is called airkanchan and they make curry of it. The root is called Arvi in most part of UP, Delhi, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh. Commonly it is boiled, peeled and mashed like potatoes and seasoned with mustard oil, green ...
Best grown in fertile, organically rich, continuously moist to boggy soils in full sun to part shade. Soils must not be allowed to dry out. Plants grow best in areas with high summer heat and high humidity. Plants produce prodigious amounts of growth and appreciate regular fertilization during the growing season. Site plants in locations protected from strong winds (giant ornamental leaves lose much of their ornamental quality if torn apart by strong winds). Tubers may be left in the ground year round in USDA Zones 7b-10. In St. Louis, however, tubers should be planted in the ground in mid-spring (after April 20), dug up in fall after first frost and then overwintered in a cool dry location (set in dry peat or wood shavings) where temperatures do not dip below 45 degrees F. in somewhat the same manner as is done for cannas. If grown in large containers, the containers should be brought indoors to a frost free basement for overwintering (best to leave the tuber in the container rather than remove ...
Description from Flora of China. Leucocasia Schott.. Herbs, seasonally dormant or evergreen, small, medium sized, or gigantic, latex-bearing. Stem either a hypogeal, subglobose or subcylindric tuber or mostly epigeal, massive. Leaves several, rosulate in acaulescent plants, forming a terminal crown in arborescent species. Petiole glabrous, sometimes strikingly glaucous, rarely pubescent, sheath rather long; leaf blade peltate, ovate-cordate to sagittate-cordate, abaxially glabrous, glaucous, pruinose, rarely pilose; posterior lobes rounded, shortly to almost entirely connate; basal ribs well developed, primary lateral veins pinnate, forming submarginal collective vein, 1 or 2 marginal veins also present, secondary and tertiary laterals arising from primaries at a wide angle, then arching strongly toward leaf margin and forming inconspicuous interprimary collective veins, higher order venation reticulate. Inflorescences 1 to many per each floral sympodium, appearing with leaves; peduncle mostly ...
Sumac is added to a variety of Lebanese dishes. The traditional therapeutic uses of sumac include the treatment of indigestion, anorexia and hyperglycemia.
After a long break posting this delicious Seppankizhangu roast..It is very simple to make with very less ingredients. I got this recipe from one of my friends
Though everyone in our family makes this, my Aachis Seppangizhangu is always the best. My cousin is very much fond of this recipe and eats as a starter. She prepares this early and keeps it ready whenever he is supposed to come back home from hostel during his college days. ...
Abstract. Taro [Colocasia esculenta (L) Schott] belongs to the family Araceae. It is an important staple food crop grown mainly by small scale farmers in many parts of the world. Taro is grown in South Africa from the coastal parts of the northern Eastern Cape to the KwaZulu-Natal north coast. Although it is an important staple in South Africa, very little information exists on the genetic diversity of the crop. Knowledge of the... Read more. ...
Hematologic / Hemostatic:. Hemostatic mixture of ipomoea balatas leaves, methods of preparation and use thereof - a Jinshuye styptic plant preparation, an invention made from the extracts of leaf and stems of Ipomoea batatas has qi and spleen invigorating effects, cooling the blood and stopping bleeding. Such a composition has the potential of use for ITP (idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura), radiotherapy- and chemotherapy-induced thrombocytopenia.. • Root Crops as Antioxidant:. A 2006 study of commonly consumed roots crops in the Philippines (Kamote, Ipomoea batatas; ubi, purple yam, Dioscorea alata; cassava, Manihot esculenta; taro or gabi, Colocasia esculenta; carrot, Daucus carota; yacon (Smallanthus sonchifolius) showed them to be rich sources of phenolic compounds with antioxidant activity, highest in sweet potato, followed by taro, potato, purple yam and lowest in the carrot.. • Antioxidant:. Study results suggest the total phenolic content was positively correlated with radical ...
Starch grains fossilise in soils and often remain on stone tools and other artefacts as residues. In addition to pollen and phytolith studies, starch grain analysis give archaeologists, ethnobotanists and palaeoenvironmentalists further opportunity to find out more about past environments and how prehistoric peoples lived, utilized resources, and evolved. In particular, since many plants, including major food staples such as yam, taro and sweet potato, are poor phytolith producers and/or have low pollen production e.g., Colocasia esculenta (taro), analysis of starch has the potential to provide information that might otherwise be overlooked. Hence in addition to complementing pollen and phytolith studies for palaeoenvironmental reconstruction, starch analysis can play a key role in finding out about prehistoric people; what plants they ate, how they processed food, used resources, and where and when they started to cultivate crops and domesticate plants.. Building a starch reference collection ...
Colocasia esculenta is vermoedelik nie inheems aan Suid-Indië en Suidoos-Asië nie, maar word algemeen daar gekweek.[4][5] Dit is n meerjarige, tropiese gewas wat hoofsaaklik vir sy knolle gekweek word. Ook die blare word geëet. In Afrika, Oseanië en Suid-Indië is dit n stapelvoedsel en waarskynlik een van die vroegs gekweekte gewasse.[6] Dit het vermoedelik in die Indies-Maleise ekosone ontstaan, dalk Oos-Indië, Nepal en Bangladesj, en van daar ooswaarts versprei na Suidoos-Asië, Oos-Asië en die Pasifiese eilande; weswaarts na Egipte en daarna suid- en weswaarts na Oos- en Wes-Afrika. Van daar het dit na die Karibiese gebied en die Amerikas versprei. Dit is onder verskeie plaaslike name bekend en word dikwels olifantore genoem wanneer dit as n ornamentele plant gegoei word. ...
This Biosecurity Australia Advice advises stakeholders of the release of the Review of import conditions for fresh taro corms final report. The report recommends risk management measures to mitigate the risk associated with the importation of fresh taro corms to achieve Australias appropriate level of protection.. Quarantine requirements for the importation of fresh corms of taro varieties under the genus Colocasia from all countries, for the purpose of human consumption, have been in place for many years, requiring taro corms to be topped and free of all leaf material.. Biosecurity Australia initiated a pest risk analysis (PRA) to assess the quarantine risk associated with imported taro corms in 2006. The draft report was released for comment on 16 March 2011 (BAA 2011/02). Following consideration of stakeholder comments and further consultation, the final report has now been completed.. Six quarantine pests have been identified as requiring additional quarantine measures to manage the risks ...
Each year, I throw in some taro roots/arvi in the soil, to get these beautiful Taro/colocasia leaves. Every time, I anxiously wait when the leaves come out. You see, there are two types of leaves which we differentiate as Vadichi paane and Bhaajichi paane. The first one is a darker shade of green with dark stems and has bigger leaves. They are specifically used for making aLuvadi or paatra. The second type has smaller , lighter green leaves and stems. They are more delicate and are used to make Maharashtrian phatphatay or paataL bhaaji, Konkani patrode & Gujarati dafu. So far, whenever I have thrown in the roots, I have always gotten the second variety which makes me very happy ...
Certain crops, such as yams, are associated with low-income communities, being a subsistence food source for many Brazilians. Despite the many contributions to human health from the active compounds found in several species, yams continue to be marginalized, hence have joined one of the many orphan crops. The yam is an underutilized crop, somewhat forgotten by society and not considered priority in political agendas (Siqueira & Veasey, 2009). Yams are not even included in agricultural, government, or economic policies, which act as financial protectors and allow for trade of resources, especially exportable monocultures. Additionally, the species Colocasia esculenta is also called yam in some regions of Brazil, making it difficult, for example, to distinguish the statistical production figures of these two different crops.. This neglected species is increasingly forgotten on the table of the rural population and still utterly unrecognized in large cities, hence the need for resurgence of ...
According to the Iowa State University Horticulture Department, Elephant ear (Colocasia esculenta), should be treated in this manner: dig before frost, cut the top back to 2 inches, dry 2-3 weeks, shake off excess soil and remove the dead top. Pack in peat or sawdust, and store at 45F to 55F. A basement or garage should be a good storage place ...
The large leaves of giant upright elephant ear is characteristic of tropical rainforests of Asia. It has similarities with the taro, a plant closer to the the European level, both belong to the same family of Araceae. Araceae like the colocasia werent known in ancient times. Close to Seville, in the village of Santiponce, we find the ruins of the city of Italica. Birthplace of two emperors of ancient Rome, Trajan and Hadrian, the archaeological remains discovered there show that material wealth and luxury were characteristic of the life of its inhabitants. In this sense, the mosaics found there are spectacular and very well preserved. Also, some of the sculptures found in archaeological excavations are key pieces of all classical statuary made in the Iberian Peninsula. One of them, now in the Archaeological Museum of Seville, represents the goddess of love, Venus. According to mythology, Venus, called Aphrodite by the Greeks, was born of sea foam, and this is the time represented by this ...
We believe that loss in market share (New Rx) in Nystatin-Triamcinolone, Topicort (0.25 percent External ointment), Desonide and Clomipramine were the main reason for lower volumes of Taro in Q4FY14. Taro lost market share by 7 percent in Nystatin-Triamcinolone, 3 percent in Desonide, 16 percent in Topicort (post generic launch of Glenmark) and 3 percent in Clomipramine in Q4FY14 vis-à-vis Q3FY14. Taro raised its sales to more than US$200m/qtr in Q2FY14 and Q3FY14 mainly with substantial price rise in Desonide and Clomipramine, despite losing market share in Nystatin-Triamcinolone and Topicort along with price competition ...
The Scott Arboretum will be having its fifth Unusual Annuals and Tropicals Sale on May 15-16, 2015. For many years the Scott Arboretum has showcased interesting tropicals and annuals in containers and various gardens around the campus from May to November. Tropical plants such as Alocasia, Colocasia, Xanthosoma (elephant ears), Canna; Ensete, Musa, and bromeliads create an effect that reminds you of the tropics. These plants are often hard to find in garden centers, so the Arboretum has decided to offer you many of the more unusual selections we have tried over the years. We will offer limited quantities of more than 200 selections of unusual tropicals and annuals. Spring dividends will be available for members of the Scott Arboretum at the Sale.. ...
For Ayurvedic treatment of diabetes, the first step is usually dietary planning and lifestyle change. Adopting a more active lifestyle, and a healthy, balanced diet low on sugars and starches, is a must. You must begin by avoiding sugars in all forms. This means you will have to get rid of rice, potatoes, white bread, sugar coated cereals, bananas, colocasia and much more. Add a lot of green leafy vegetables to your diet to improve your nutritional status and metabolism. In addition to these, also add some herbs to your diet. Ayurvedic herbs that act as natural medicine for diabetes include turmeric, bitter gourd, gurmar leaves, bael, fenugreek and many more. ...
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From my raised bed on my back yard I got tomatoes, green beans, green amaranths, kara leaves, papaya leaves, sweet potato leaves, colocasia, leunca, pare, green cabbages, green chives, som Jawa, 7 varieties of long hot chilli and 5 varieties of little hot chilli. ...
For something fun n funky, go for really wacky foliage with an extra splash of color. (It also helps if the container makes people do a double take!) The plants in this combination are pretty low maintenance - only requiring water to keep the soil from drying out during the hot Summer months. You can also switch out any Colocasia or Rex Begonia for the varieties shown here. ...
Well, Another one today.. (Can you beleive it?!) During my usual debate of what to cook for dinner tonight, I found this colocasia lying in my fridge for about a week and hence settled down to make it today. I remembered this superb dish that my mother-in-law makes. Everybody loves this dish in our family and I somehow think I still cant match her exact taste and typically avoid making it. But today, for some reason I was in a mood to make this adorable dish for dinner (and to my contentment it came out great today) and after dinner I happened to have a casual chat with my mother-in-law over phone. I was surprised to know that she had made the same dish today for lunch! In fact, she also did mention that she actually made it today after quite a few years, because it used to be my hubbys favorite and nowadays she had no interest in making this dish just for herself and my father-in-law. Different minds thinking alike and some interesting coincidences like these astonish me often and make me ...
Ingredients Cooked Colocasia - 250 gm Carom seeds - 1 tsp A pinch of Asafeotedia powder Turmeric powder - 1/2 tsp Chilli powder - 2 to 3 tsp Coriander powder - 2 tsp Salt to taste Curd - 1/2 cup Oil - 2 tbsp Preparation: Was
This is a combination of two compresses, one taro root and one ginger. It helps to get rid of cysts and fibromas. Apply the hot ginger plaster to the affected area then apply the cool taro plaster.. How to make a taro-ginger plaster or compress. First, you should peel the taro root. Grate the white interior and mix with 5% grated fresh ginger. Apply this mixture on the skin on the cyst, use cotton gauze to cover and leave it for 4 hours. Repeat this procedure every day for 2 weeks then every other day in the 6 following weeks.. In a case you experience skin burning, reduce the quantity of ginger or apply the taro directly to the skin. In this way, the ginger will not have a direct contact with your skin. Ginger compress is an excellent way to stimulate blood and body fluid circulation, treat cysts, mastitis, etc.. TARO ROOT FAQ. Where can I find taro?. Taro is available in grocery stores, oriental food stores, and natural food shops. How do you cook taro root and leaves?. You can boil them, ...
En bref: Différence entre lIASB et le FASB • Le FASB et lIASB sont deux organismes faîtiers différents qui ont œuvré pour luniformité de linformation financière en élaborant des normes de comptabilité dans le monde entier. Many times the names \sweet potato\ and \yam\ are used interchangeably in conversation, in cooking and even at the supermarket, but they are really two different vegetables. Taro vs Sweet potato - In-Depth Nutrition Comparison. Dietary fiber, also called roughage, is present in plants, in soluble or insoluble form. Raw taro root. Yams tend to be starchy and dry, with more of a mild taste compared to the sweeter, creamier flesh of a sweet potato. We use ube in a lot of sweets like cake, jam, cookies, ice cream, and now pancakes (of course)! A sugar-heavy diet can cause metabolic dysfunctions. Taro becomes almost custardy when cooked, making it perfect for pudding, dumplings, breads and more. Potassium is a mineral that helps muscles contract, regulates the ...
Long, long ago in a faraway village by the sea, a young fisherman named Urashima Taro lived a modest life with his old mother. One fall, the sea was rough day after day and Urashima Taro was unable to fish. Early one morning he went down to the shore and watched the choppy sea. He suddenly noticed three boys close to him, teasing and hitting a turtle with heavy sticks. How dare you hurt a creature like that? shouted Urashima Taro, chasing the boys away.. ...
Plants for sale are Alocasia Tiny Dancer PPAF As with all my plants they are grown from tissue culture to be exact disease free copies of the mother plant. Plants for sale are between 5-16 they grow fast. Alocasia Tiny Dancer produces a cluster of bright green leaves that reach a mature height of between
I love the tropical feel of big leaved plants around my pool. This year I planted four different types of elephant ears in addition to nine large banana plants. Elephant ears make a statement in the garden with their larger than life leaves. In my garden, they are at one end of my pool in front of a picket fence, which is the direct line of sight from our main sitting area. There are three or more types of plants available under the common name of elephant ear. Most commonly found are the colocasia, alocasia, and xanthosoma. Colocasia, also called tara, has large, heart-shaped leaves that range from six inches to eight feet long. The petiole (leaf stem) of this plant is attached under the leaf, below the leaves notch; whereas the petiole of the other two types (alocasia and xanthosoma) is located at the leaf notch. Alocasia grows 8-10 feet tall with 3 feet long leaves. This plant comes in many sizes, shapes, and leaf colors. The ones I see most often are glossy dark green with prominent white ...
Alocasia Odora Seeds, Night Fragrant Elephant Ear Seeds, Night Scented Taro , giant upright elephant ear Alocasia Odora | Night Fragrant Elephant Ear | Night Scented Taro Alocasia Odora grows enormous, lush, upright leaves that add tremendous drama in the garden with little effort. Definitely a statement plant and one that quickly transforms ho-hum into a tropical oasis. Like all elephant ears, Odora does have blooms that develop in the long, warm days and nights of late spring through summer. And as with other elephant ears, you may tend to over look Alocasia Ordoas blooms. But you certainly wont miss them! The pale peach blooms are fragrant, and increase their fragrance at night!
Considering that NSAIDs are widely used in medication for pain, inflammatory, and fever, its side effect, mucosal erosion, needs to be minimized. The purpose of this paper is to study the potential use of Musa paradisiaca L. stem extract in lowering TNFα, IL-1ß and IL-6 proinflammatory cytokines in rats enteritis. Thirty male wistar strain rats (Rattus Norvegicus) aged 2-3 months were divided into 5 groups with 6 repetitions. The positive and negative control groups were given a solvent of Musa paradisiaca L. stem extract. Groups P1, P2, and P3 were treated with the extract. The groups were treated for 14 days. On the 8th day, all of the rats were administered with Indomethacin as enteritis inducer, except for the rats in the negative control group which were only administered with indomethacin solvent. On the 15th day, the rats were necropsied, and their jejunum were taken in order to make the immunohistochemistry (IHC) preparations. The IHC test results were statistically analyzed using ANOVA and
This is an easy Chinese taro cake that includes shiitake mushrooms, peanuts and dried shrimp. They are fried then served as a light lunch, entree or snack.
Taro Hattori (服部太郎) is an installation artist. Hattoris work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Selected venues of his work include Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Headlands Center for the Arts, Swarm Gallery, CA. He received his BA in Clinical Psychology from Sophia University, Tokyo and his MFA in Time Arts/Video from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has also studied Theater Design at Rutgers University, New Jersey.
Bt Brinjal is a transgenic brinjal created by inserting a gene [Cry 1Ac] from the soil bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis into Brinjal. The insertion of the gene into the Brinjal cell in young cotyledons has been done through an Agro bacterium-mediated vector, along with other genes like promoters, markers etc. This is said to give the Brinjal plant resistance against lepidopteron insects like the Brinjal Fruit and Shoot Borer (Leucinodes orbonalis) and Fruit Borer (Helicoverpa armigera). It is reported that upon ingestion of the Bt toxin by the insect, there would be disruption of digestive processes, ultimately resulting in the death of the insect. Bt Brinjal is being developed in India by M/s Mahyco [Maharashtra Hybrid Seeds Company]. Now, the company wants to take up large scale field trials with the permission of the GEAC in 2006-07. The importance of this development can be understood from the fact that no GM Brinjal has been released for an advanced stage of field trials in open conditions ...
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In the 21st century, as Chinas economy continues to develop rapidly, the demand for surfactants in all walks of life is also increasing rapidly. Fatty acids are used as vulcanization activators, emulsifiers, mold release agents in the rubber industry and stabilizers and lubricants in the plastics processing industry. The demand for fatty acids is also increasing.. Of course, the raw material for the production of non-dairy creamer is unsaturated fatty acid, which is a type of fatty acid, which is often used in the food processing industry. Therefore, if you want to know the specific production and sales situation of the non-dairy creamer industry, you can make a specific analysis based on the relevant information of fatty acids. answer.. We can know from relevant data that Chinas fatty acid production reached 1.3627 million tons in 2019, an increase of 13,700 tons compared to 2018; Chinas fatty acid sales in 2019 was 1.2094 million tons, a decrease of 25,900 tons compared with 2018. From 2015 ...
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The present article describes the use of plants as bioassays for the genotoxicity detection induced had leached of soils with arsenic (As) of three places of the half-deserted one in the states of Querétaro and Hidalgo, Mexico. The test of induction of micronúcleus was used in the cells mothers of pollen of Tradescantia clone 4430 (Trad-MNs). The results demonstrated that the micronúcleus frequency was bigger for those leached of the soils coming from the community of the Salitre, Hidalgo, and of the community of Bella Vista del Río, Qro. compared with the group control of those leached of near soils to the Municipality of Querétaro. In all cases there was a significant difference (Tukey p>0.05). ...
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CATHOLIC HISTORY AND PROGRESS. The history of the Catholic Church in Texas begins practically with the landing of La Salle in February, 1685. With him was a missionary force of seven priests, four Recollects, and three Sulpicians, who ministered to the spiritual wants of the French colony at Fort St. Louis while it lasted. On its destruction by the Indians in 1687 some of these doubtless perished with their flock, the others made their way to the French settlements further north. Don Alonzo de Leon, Governor of Coahuila, was accompanied in his expedition from Monelova to the site of La Salles settlement in 1689 by Fray Damian Martinez or Marzanet from the Franciscan Apostolic college of Santa Cruz at Querétaro. Two of these colleges were established in Mexico, one at Querétaro in the seventeenth century, the other later (1706), at Zacatecas. From these centres missionary activity, on the representation of Father Damian, began among the Indians of Texas. In 1690 Leon again returned to the ...
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Evidence that the internet is not as idiotic as it often looks. This site is called Language Hat and it deals with many issues of a linguistic flavor. Its a beacon of attentiveness and crisp thinking, and an excellent substitute for the daily news. From commonbeauty. (Coles blog circa 2003). All comments are copyright their original posters. Only messages signed languagehat are property of and attributable to languagehat.com. All other messages and opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily state or reflect those of languagehat.com. Languagehat.com does not endorse any potential defamatory opinions of readers, and readers should post opinions regarding third parties at their own risk. Languagehat.com reserves the right to alter or delete any questionable material posted on this site. ...
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This analysis compared the suitability of contiguous fallow-forest lands for cassava, yam, cocoyam and sweet potato production in Nsukka, south-eastern Nigeria. The fallow plots were brought into cultivation in 1998 under the IITA-UNN long-term collaborative research. The sole cassava plots were grown to cassava only continuously for five years and then left to fallow. Soil samples were collected from 0-20 cm depth in triplicates using an auger and core sampler from the seven representative fallow plots previously grown to sole cassava from 1998-2003 and under fallow till date as well as the adjacent forest land. The objective was to use the soil qualities as recovered during the fallow period and those from the original adjacent forest to determine their current suitability for the production of the four crops. Using the FAOs principle of limiting conditions revealed that after 13 yrs of fallow, the plots grown to sole cassava was classified as highly suitable (S1) for sweet potato production ...
Update: On 9 February 2010, in response to the widespread concern expressed by the public and some scientists, Jairam Ramesh, Minister of Environment and Forests, announced an indefinite moratorium on the release of Bt-brinjal.. On 14 October 2009 an Indian governmental agency - the Genetic Engineering Approval Committee (GEAC), part of the Environment Ministry - gave its approval for the environmental release of Bt brinjal. [1] This means that the crop is considered safe for use in an open space, which includes planting on a commercial scale. Its decision followed lobbying by Maharashtra Hybrid Seeds Company Ltd (Mahyco), Monsantos partner in India, which has been largely responsible for the development of Bt brinjal. Shortly before GEAC announced its decision, Mahycos managing director, Raju Barware, said on the companys website: We look forward to a positive decision because it will help millions of our brinjal farmers who have been suffering from the havoc caused by the brinjal fruit and ...
The Brinjal, which is commonly known as the eggplant is a very common and affordable vegetable. Although the raw brinjal does not have an agreeable taste when cooked it becomes tender and develops a rich flavour. There are different varieties of brinjals. The most common variety is the oval shaped purple coloured ones. The vegetable is high in water content and is a very good resource of potassium. Brinjal is supposed to possess many medicinal properties although its not proven. It is still being used as a remedy for cancer, hypertension and diabetes ...
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Three different flours were produced from unripe Plantain fruit, Okara (residue from soy milk production) and Detarium microcarpum and analysed for dietary fibre. The flours were incorporated in a standard diet which was fed albino rat for bioassay study. The flours were found to be very rich in dietary fibre with Detarium microcarpum showing the highest (P , 0.05) level of dietary fibre (78.6%) followed by Okara (24.4%) and then Plantain (6.6%). Diet formulated with Plantain flour supplemented with 5% Detarium microcarpum flour reduced blood glucose level from 356mg/dl to 113mg/dl while diet formulated with Plantain flour supplemented with 5% Okara flour reduced blood glucose level from 539mg/dl to 116mg/dl. The total cholesterol, low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol and high density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol of the rats fed diet supplemented with 5% Detarium microcarpum flour and 5% Okara flour were lower than those of the normal control.. Keywords: Blood glucose, Detarium ...
Farida Akhter ,, Thursday 27 February 2014 ,, SUBJECT: Btbrinjal & Corporate Politics On October 30, 2013 Bangladesh National Committee on Bio-safety (NCB) approved the application of Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI) for limited-scale cultivation and marketing of genetically modified eggplant, known as Bt Brinjal amid protests by environmental and farmers groups. The resistance against Bt Brinjal is increasing on issues related to serious threat to bio-safety and health. The authorities have failed to prove any agronomic value of the genetically engineered product and the claims are based on faulty methodology. The farmers are squarely resisting against patenting and explicit attempt of bio-piracy through technological manipulation. However, disregarding all these views, BARI claimed that Bt. brinjal has been developed in the public sector and will be distributed to the farmers by government agricultural institution. There are no technology fees or royalties payable on Bt ...
It never ceases to amaze me just how connected we are, from Lagos to Laos. Scent leaves, Perilla, Shiso, of the family Lamiaceae. These herbaceous, perennial shrubs are cousins in the mint family. I thought I knew everything about this plant. Growing up, it featured prominently in pepper soup, added at the last minute to bring clean citrus flavours and a distinctive scent. In Port Harcourt, I learnt to enjoy it in Kekefia - unripe pottage. It made the mandatory unripe plantains more than edible.. What changed things for me was having the plant in my garden. As is wont to happen when you get close to a thing, you begin to see more. What I noticed was the young leaves bore none of the toughness of the older leaves. That the buds were amazing as flavour pearls in oven-baked Moin-moin… and that you could do so much more than have it in soup.. Names. Scent leaves go by many names. Ocimum gratissimum in Latin; Scent leaf, Clove basil or tea bush in Nigerian English and a host of other names in ...
We used genetic Multi-Locus VNTR Analysis (MLVA) data gathered from surveillance efforts to better understand the ongoing bovine tuberculosis (bTB) epidemic in Northern Irish cattle herds. We modelled the factors associated with Mycobacterium bovis MLVA genotype richness at three analytical scales; breakdown level, herd level, and patch level, and compared the results between dairy and non-dairy production types. In 83% of breakdowns and in 63% of herds, a single MLVA genotype was isolated. Five or more MLVA genotypes were found in less than 3 % of herds. Herd size and the total number of reactors were important explanatory variables, suggesting that increasing MLVA genotype richness was positively related to increases in the number of host animals. Despite their smaller relative size, however, the highest MLVA genotype richness values were observed in non-dairy herds. Increasing inwards cattle movements were important positive predictors of MLVA genotype richness, but mainly in non-dairy settings. The
Yautia (Xanthosoma) is a tropical plant and a member of the Araceae family along with taro and dasheen. All of these plants produce root|roots that are ...
As we followed bananas, we noticed other things and began learning more about them. Bananas are not true trees and they do not reproduce by seeds. The stems are made from layers of tightly packed leaf bases, and each new leaf comes up through the centre of the stem.They send out suckers that then escape gardens. They escape from cultivation in the city to occupy this wild grove along train lines, where they reclaim a disturbed a landscape. Once there, they protect taro, papaya, fennel and other species that dwell closer to the ground, and for as long as they are left alone, they keep spreading, untended. Humans are also part of the banana network, and some insert themselves in this plants migration, collecting particular species of bananas from the internet, or swapping with neighbours, or sharing suckers and of course hands of bananas after their harvest.. Papayas are one of those edible species, like chillis and lemongrass, ubiquitous in suburbs which are, or have been, home to Southeast ...
GMI Post is headed to Guayaquil and Quito to research and prepare a Special Business Report on Ecuador, to be published in the Japan Times in the 4th quarter of 2019, in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Ecuador. This is part of GMI Posts ongoing series of reports on South America. During last years visit to Ecuador, Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono cited that as more Japanese companies were looking towards Ecuador, more Ecuadorian products were reaching Japanese consumers than ever before. Trade between Japan and Ecuador reached $1.2 billion in 2017 as value-added Ecuadorian products such as cacao, shrimp and bananas have become highly sought after in the Japanese market.
Outspoken Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso hailed Taiwan as a law-abiding \country,\ triggering a new protest from Beijing. Aso told a parliamentary committee that Japan and Taiwan shared democracy and a market economy. \Its democracy is considerably matured and liberal economics is deeply ingrained, so it is a law-abiding country,\ Aso said. \In various ways it is a country that shares a sense of values with Japan.\ But he said he recognized the official stance of Japan which declared Beijing the only legitimate government of China when it normalized relations in 1972. \Although I know there will be a problem with calling [Taiwan] a
A staple food is one that is eaten regularly and in such quantities as to constitute the dominant part of the diet and supply a major proportion of energy and nutrient needs.. A staple food does not meet a populations total nutritional needs: a variety of foods is required. This is particularly the case for children and other nutritionally vulnerable groups.. Typically, staple foods are well adapted to the growth conditions in their source areas. For example, they may be tolerant of drought, pests or soils low in nutrients. Farmers often rely on staple crops to reduce risk and increase the resilience of their agricultural systems.. Most people live on a diet based on one or more of the following staples: rice, wheat, maize (corn), millet, sorghum, roots and tubers (potatoes, cassava, yams and taro), and animal products such as meat, milk, eggs, cheese and fish.. Of more than 50 000 edible plant species in the world, only a few hundred contribute significantly to food supplies. Just 15 crop ...
Paddy field preparation begins in October by using a spade to turn over weeds and rice stalks from the previous harvest, trampling them into the mud to rot. The field is then harrowed. A man stands on the spike harrowing board as a buffalo pulls it through the mud, scattering decaying rice stalks so they cannot take root. The field is then flooded so the farmers can level the mud with the palms of their hands. Communal labor groups clean out irrigation canals at this time.. Mud from the paddy fields is packed on top of the bunds surrounding the fields and against all paddy field margins to plug holes and improve the moisture seal of the field. Taro is planted along the terrace top or laced on the rims of the paddy field. Beans or sweet potatoes may be planted at the sides of the bunds. A few weeks later it is time to weed the empty paddy fields again. The stone walls of the terraces are also weeded (with a trowel), and rat holes are stuffed with weeds. Weeds are collected from slopes immediately ...
Winter is the perfect season for time-honoured tradition of congee (zhou or porridge). One part rice, seven parts water added to a ceramic pot or slow cooker and cooked for a couple of hours. Fast version, soak overnight and cook for 40 minutes or until grains are broken. Porridge for breakfast is an important aspect of Chinese preventative health and one that resonates with many other civilizations. In the north of China (or Northern Africa), it is traditionally millet as rice could not be grown in this climate. When using millet, add one-third white rice to give better texture to the porridge. In Russia, barley porridge is the tradition. In Europe, Oat porridge was the stable breakfast. Traditionally in the Americas, corn gruel. In the pacific islands it is taro root porridge. Porridge is the meal whether you are sick or well. It is easy to digest, nutritious and the perfect food for healing when you are sick or not feeling well. Many ingredients can be added to vary the actions of the ...
Palusami is a delicious and easy dish made with taro leaves, coconut milk, onions and spices. This recipe provides three variations.
Add them to a cup of boiling water. With out the added muscle mass or a cardio routine to burn those additional energy, youll end up gaining weight. If you are fortunate sufficient to have a home garden attempt to decide your greens early in the morning for peak flavor and nutritional worth. Low muscle glycogen tends to advertise the next charge of free fatty acid burning. The rationale for supplementation begins with an awareness of the root cause of most major disease. Based on Iridology, the iris publix fried chicken tenders nutritional information fibers and pigmentations, which possibly point out states of physical and psychological health. It is beneficial in the treatment of artherosclerosis and protects against cancer. Therefore, we used yam nutrient content for taro. Fewer analytical samples tender generally required for nutrients which are much less variable. All ingredient statements have been chiclen on producer-generated spec sheets. Ann Intern Med 2002;136:201-9. Theres so much ...
High Commissioner António Guterres is scheduled to arrive in Japan on Monday for a three-day visit during which he will meet Foreign Minister Taro Aso,
This sort of meal is easily cooked in 20 minutes or so. Alongside the meat, we prepare a starch - usually rice cooked in our rice cooker or warmed in the microwave (one batch lasts us 2-3 days), or potatoes or taro boiled or re-heated in the microwave (again, we prepare enough for 2-3 days) - and serve assorted vegetables - for us, usually various flavors of kimchi and seasoned seaweed. Kimchi and seaweed require no cooking.. Were having Pacific Sweet&Sour Mussels tonight, with coconut milk in the sauce. Create your own variations! Theyll all taste great.. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Gut microbiota-derived D-serine protects against acute kidney injury. AU - Nakade, Yusuke. AU - Iwata, Yasunori. AU - Furuichi, Kengo. AU - Mita, Masashi. AU - Hamase, Kenji. AU - Konno, Ryuichi. AU - Miyake, Taito. AU - Sakai, Norihiko. AU - Kitajima, Shinji. AU - Toyama, Tadashi. AU - Shinozaki, Yasuyuki. AU - Sagara, Akihiro. AU - Miyagawa, Taro. AU - Hara, Akinori. AU - Shimizu, Miho. AU - Kamikawa, Yasutaka. AU - Sato, Kouichi. AU - Oshima, Megumi. AU - Yoneda-Nakagawa, Shiori. AU - Yamamura, Yuta. AU - Kaneko, Shuichi. AU - Miyamoto, Tetsuya. AU - Katane, Masumi. AU - Homma, Hiroshi. AU - Morita, Hidetoshi. AU - Suda, Wataru. AU - Hattori, Masahira. AU - Wada, Takashi. PY - 2018/10/18. Y1 - 2018/10/18. N2 - Gut microbiota-derived metabolites play important roles in health and disease. D-amino acids and their L-forms are metabolites of gut microbiota with distinct functions. In this study, we show the pathophysiologic role of D-amino acids in association with gut microbiota ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Efficacy and safety of ruxolitinib in Asian patients with myelofibrosis. AU - Jung, Chul Won. AU - Shih, Lee Yung. AU - Xiao, Zhijian. AU - Jie, Jin. AU - Hou, Hsin An. AU - Du, Xin. AU - Wang, Ming Chung. AU - Park, Seonyang. AU - Eom, Ki Seong. AU - Oritani, Kenji. AU - Okamoto, Shinichiro. AU - Tauchi, Tetsuzo. AU - Kim, Jin Seok. AU - Zhou, Daobin. AU - Saito, Shigeki. AU - Li, Junmin. AU - Handa, Hiroshi. AU - Jianyong, Li. AU - Ohishi, Kohshi. AU - Hou, Ming. AU - Depei, Wu. AU - Takenaka, Katsuto. AU - Liu, Ting. AU - Hu, Yu. AU - Amagasaki, Taro. AU - Ito, Kazuo. AU - Gopalakrishna, Prashanth. AU - Akashi, Koichi. PY - 2015/7/1. Y1 - 2015/7/1. N2 - Myelofibrosis is characterized by progressive cytopenias, bone marrow fibrosis, splenomegaly and severe constitutional symptoms. In the phase 3 Controlled Myelofibrosis Study with Oral JAK Inhibitor Treatment (COMFORT) studies, ruxolitinib, a potent Janus kinase 1 (JAK1)/JAK2 inhibitor, provided substantial improvements in ...
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At the time of his debut, Akebono was involved in a highly publicized matchup at K-1 Premium 2003 against popular superheavyweight fighter Bob Sapp. The combined popularity of Sapp and Akebono attracted a crowd of 45,000 to the Nagoya Dome and granted the event a 43% viewership, making it the first time a combat sports event outdrew the NHK music festival Kōhaku Uta Gassen, Japans traditionally biggest New Year show.[25] The classical matchup of an American foreigner like Sapp against a Japanese national like Taro, a cultural contraposition, also gained comparisons with Japanese professional wrestling legend Rikidōzan in his bouts against The Sharpe Brothers.[25] The match itself, however, was short and intense. Outweighing Sapp by over 150 pounds, Akebono pushed him towards the ring corners with energetic, fast punches, but his stamina fell minutes into the round. The more experienced Sapp then attacked him with low kicks and punching combinations to the head and body, knocking the yokozuna ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Electrical conductivities of sodium rare earth borate glasses. AU - Aung, Yan Lin. AU - Watanabe, Takamitsu. AU - Asahi, Taro. AU - Kiyono, Hajime. AU - Sakamoto, Masatomi. AU - Nakayama, Susumu. PY - 2010/7/26. Y1 - 2010/7/26. M3 - Article. VL - 36. SP - 2323. EP - 2327. JO - Ceramics International. JF - Ceramics International. SN - 0272-8842. ER - ...
"Query Results for Genus Colocasia". IPNI. Retrieved February 13, 2010.. *^ a b "Name - Colocasia Schott subordinate taxa". ... Colocasia mannii Hook.f. - Assam, Nicobar Islands. *Colocasia menglaensis J.T.Yin, H.Li & Z.F.Xu - Yunnan, Laos, Myanmar, ... Colocasia affinis Schott - Yunnan, Nepal, Assam, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, eastern Himalayas. *Colocasia antiquorum,[13][14] ... Colocasia fontanesii Schott - Yunnan, eastern Himalayas, northern Indochina. *Colocasia gigantea (Blume) Hook.f. - giant taro ...
Colocasia; Taro Coffee in Cameroon Andrew Cohen (colonial governor) Collective Resignation Plot List of colonial heads of Ambas ...
ISBN 978-0-7112-2800-9. "Colocasia". Flora of North America. Retrieved August 4, 2018. "Colcasia قلقاس". egyptian-cuisine- ... superficial similarity of its foliage to that of the cycad genus Zamia and on the other hand its kinship to the genus Colocasia ...
Colocasia sp. taro plants line the southern edge of the house along with Cape plumbago. On the south-eastern corner of the ...
Colocasia Xanthosoma". The Crop Trust. Retrieved 2019-04-06. Bown, Deni (2000). Aroids: Plants of the Arum Family [ILLUSTRATED ... Anthurium and Zantedeschia are two well-known members of this family, as are Colocasia esculenta (taro) and Xanthosoma roseum ( ... Food plants in the family Araceae include Amorphophallus paeoniifolius (elephant foot yam), Colocasia esculenta (kochu, taro, ... Within the Araceae, genera such as Alocasia, Arisaema, Caladium, Colocasia, Dieffenbachia, and Philodendron contain calcium ...
Colocasia esculenta Linn. patatas - potatoes; Solanum tuberosum singkamas - Pachyrrhizus erosus Linn. Ube kinampay - purple yam ...
Colocasia sp.), Nile or African lily (Agapanthus x praecox), bird-of-paradise flower (Strelitzia reginae), Camellia sasanqua cv ...
Colocasia esculenta. Texasinvasives.org Colocasia esculenta, Florida Invasive Plants Colocasia esculenta, University of Florida ... It was borrowed in Latin as colocasia, hence the genus name Colocasia. Taro is among the most widely grown species in the group ... Linnaeus originally described two species, Colocasia esculenta and Colocasia antiquorum, but many later botanists consider them ... Colocasia esculenta is a tropical plant grown primarily for its edible corms, a root vegetable most commonly known as taro (/ ...
Colocasia Link. Richardia Kunth. Otosma Raf.. Arodes Heist. ex Kuntze. Pseudohomalomena A.D.Hawkes[3] ...
It is prepared from colocasia leaves. Kesari is a special sweet prepared from special small aromatic rice Sannakki, saffron and ...
Colletogyne Buchet Colocasia Schott Cryptocoryne Fisch. ex Wydler Culcasia P. Beauv. Dieffenbachia Schott Dracunculus Mill. ...
"Fish with colocasia and sponge gourd , Bhul kosu aru mas". Retrieved 2019-05-21. "Peerkangai kootu , Ridge gourd kootu". ...
Taro (Colocasia esculenta). *Arrowhead (Sagittaria latifolia). *Lotus (Nelumbo spp.). *Pickerelweed (Pontederia cordata) ...
Colocasia indica (Lour.) Kunth. Alocasia macrorrhizos is a species of flowering plant in the arum family, Araceae, that it is ...
Colocasia Esculentum), cassava, water yam (i.e. Dioscorea Alata), maize, white yam (i.e. Dioscorea Rotundata), sorghum, sweet ...
Hawaii's official state plant is kalo (Colocasia esculenta; taro). Indiana Senate Resolution 59 (2009) made sugar cream pie ( ...
Irrigated Taro (Colocasia esculenta) in the Indo-Pacific. Senri Ethnological Studies. 78: 307-340. Madulid, D.A., Tandang, D.N ... Taxonomy and ethnobotany of Colocasia esculenta and C. formosana(Araceae): implications for evolution, natural range, and ... Ethnobotany and Ecology of Wild Taro (Colocasia esculenta) in the Philippines:Implication and Domestication and Dispersal. ...
The food plant for this species is Colocasia. Nielsen, Ebbe S.; Robinson, Gaden S.; Wagner, David L. (2000). "Ghost-moths of ...
... is also famous for Colocasia (arvi). There is a van vibhag plant nursery in the village. The main sports in ...
Horrocks, Mark; Nunn, Patrick D. (May 2007). "Evidence for introduced taro (Colocasia esculenta) and lesser yam (Dioscorea ... Horrocks, M.; Grant-Mackie, J.; Matisoo-Smith, E. (January 2008). "Introduced taro (Colocasia esculenta) and yams (Dioscorea ... Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott)". PLOS ONE. 11 (6): e0157712. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0157712. PMC 4912093. PMID 27314588. ...
... taro leaf blight is caused by the oomycete Phytophthora colocasia which infect primarily Colocasia spp. and Alocasia marcorhiza ... Other Colocasia plants such as Elephant-ear and Dasheen are an additional means of survival for this pathogen. Finally, ... Taro (Colocasia esculenta) Transformed with a Wheat Oxalate Oxidase Gene for Improved Resistance to Taro Pathogen Phytophthora ... Phytophthora leaf blight of taro (Colocasia esculenta) - a review. The Asian and Australian Journal of Plant Science and ...
Food plants for the species include Amorphophallus and Colocasia. Nielsen, Ebbe S.; Robinson, Gaden S.; Wagner, David L. (2000 ...
Colocasia coryli (Linnaeus, 1758). *Condica viscosa (Freyer, 1831). *Conisania leineri (Freyer, 1836) ...
They are often known by the common name elephant ear (which they share with the closely related genera Alocasia, Colocasia, and ... it may just specifically refer to the Colocasia genus. Several species are grown as ornamental plants for their large, ...
Colocasia Deni Bown 2000 Aroids: Plants of the Arum Family. Timber Press, Portland V. R. Rao, P. J. Matthews, P. B. Eyzaguirre ... Colocasia species may also be referred to as taro, old cocoyam, arrowroot, eddoe, macabo or dasheen and originate from the ... Cocoyams that are cultivated as food crops belong to either the genus Colocasia or the genus Xanthosoma and are generally ... Colocasia esculenta) - old cocoyam Malanga (Xanthosoma spp.) - new cocoyam Cocoyams are herbaceous perennial plants belonging ...
Chanae is the Malay name of a native Colocasia species. Neighboring districts are (from the west clockwise): Betong, and Than ...
Coldenia procumbens L. Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott Combretum aculeatum Vent. Combretum acutum M.A.Lawson Combretum ...
Some preparations may include other plant ingredients like Colocasia esculenta. The standard ingredient of aroid petioles ...
Sesbania species and Colocasia. The development period from egg to adult is 22 to 29 days allowing up to 11-12 generations a ...
not indigenous, cultivated, invasive Genus Colocasia: Colocasia antiquorum Schott var. esculenta Schott accepted as Colocasia ... esculenta (L.) Schott, not indigenous, invasive Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott, not indigenous, cultivated, invasive Genus ...
"Query Results for Genus Colocasia". IPNI. Retrieved February 13, 2010.. *^ a b "Name - Colocasia Schott subordinate taxa". ... Colocasia mannii Hook.f. - Assam, Nicobar Islands. *Colocasia menglaensis J.T.Yin, H.Li & Z.F.Xu - Yunnan, Laos, Myanmar, ... Colocasia affinis Schott - Yunnan, Nepal, Assam, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, eastern Himalayas. *Colocasia antiquorum,[13][14] ... Colocasia fontanesii Schott - Yunnan, eastern Himalayas, northern Indochina. *Colocasia gigantea (Blume) Hook.f. - giant taro ...
Colocasia esculenta. click on image to enlarge. © Copyright Allison Maier, 2009 Email full-size image and text title. Colocasia ... IM/I_AMA/0000/320/Colocasia_esculenta,I_AMA55.jpg. width=214 x height=320 pixels; size=7027 bytes Discover Life , Top Updated: ... identification and distribution of Colocasia esculenta image ...
Colocasia, "elephant ear" plant Colocasia esculenta Colocasia esculenta Colocasia esculenta Colocasia esculenta, flower ... Vietnam Colocasia oresbia A.Hay - Bangladesh, Sabah Colocasia tonoimo A.Hay - Unknown Colocasia species are used as food plants ... Colocasia affinis Schott - Yunnan, Nepal, Assam, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, eastern Himalayas Colocasia antiquorum, sometimes ... "Query Results for Genus Colocasia". IPNI. Retrieved February 13, 2010. "Name - Colocasia Schott subordinate taxa". Tropicos. ...
Colocasia synonyms, Colocasia pronunciation, Colocasia translation, English dictionary definition of Colocasia. Noun 1. ... Colocasia - small genus of perennial tuberous herbs of tropical Asia: taro genus Colocasia liliopsid genus, monocot genus - ... Colocasia - small genus of perennial tuberous herbs of tropical Asia: taro. genus Colocasia ... Colocasia - definition of Colocasia by The Free Dictionary https://www.thefreedictionary.com/Colocasia ...
Colocasia coryli (nut-tree tussock) is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found in Europe. Western Asia. In the North, the ...
Colocasia with lamb (Turkish: Kolokas yemeği) this dish commonly eaten in Cyprus. Ingredients include kolokas (taro), lamb ...
Colocasia aethiopica synonyms, Colocasia aethiopica pronunciation, Colocasia aethiopica translation, English dictionary ... definition of Colocasia aethiopica. Noun 1. Zantedeschia aethiopica - South African plant widely cultivated for its showy pure ... redirected from Colocasia aethiopica). Also found in: Thesaurus.. Related to Colocasia aethiopica: Giant white arum lily ... Colocasia aethiopica - definition of Colocasia aethiopica by The Free Dictionary https://www.thefreedictionary.com/Colocasia+ ...
Li H, Boyce PC (2010) Colocasia. In: Wu ZY, Raven PH, Hong DY (eds) Flora of China, vol 23. Science Press, St. Louis, pp 73-75 ... Huang XF, Ke WD, Liu YM, Ye YY, Li SM, Peng J, Liu YP, Li F (2012) Chromosomal ploidy identification of Taro (Colocasia) ... Nakayama S, Uga Y, Maw-Oo T, Kawase M (2008) Chromosomes and 5S rDNA-repeats of wild taro Colocasia esculenta from Myanmar. J ... Yang ZY, Yi TS, Li H, Gong X (2003) A cytological study on three species of Colocasia (Araceae) from Yunnan. Caryologia 56:323- ...
Colocasia Schott 芋属 Description from Flora of China. Leucocasia Schott.. Herbs, seasonally dormant or evergreen, small, medium ...
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4. Colocasia antiquorum Schott in Schott & Endlicher, Melet. Bot. 18. 1832. 滇南芋 dian nan yu Colocasia esculenta (Linnaeus) ...
Characterisation Colocasia esculenta Core sample Molecular markers Taro This is a preview of subscription content, log in to ... Isozyme variation in taro (Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott) from Asia and the Pacific. Euphytica 56: 55-66.Google Scholar ... Genetic variation in taro (Colocasia esculenta) in South East Asia and Oceania. Twelfth Symposium of the ISTRC. Potential of ... Genetic diversity in taro (Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott) from South East Asia and Oceania. Submitted to Theoretical and ...
There are some kind of teeny tiny white and black bugs all over my Colocasia Mojito and Black Magic. Th... ... Now, I have noticed this year the ants are trying to "farm" some very large burnt blades on a couple Colocasia plants that were ... There are some kind of teeny tiny white and black bugs all over my Colocasia Mojito and Black Magic. The insects are ... I had the same experience last year when I purchased two plants from the "Royal Hawaiian Colocasia Collection". One a small " ...
alocasia and colocasia reproduction From: valphy at club.lemonde.fr on 2004.08.03 at 15:56:58(11915). Hello,. A beginner ...
As the summer wears on and other plants grow weary, Elephant Ears (Colocasia) become more vigorous - colorful right up until ... Bring happy hour to your summer garden, patio or balcony with a few easy-to-grow Mojito!(Colocasia esculenta) ... the first frost! Plant Colocasia Mojito in spring in a sunny or part-sun location in moisture-retentive soil after all danger ...
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Colocasia - 1 1/2 kg Green Chillies - 1 tsp, finely chopped Ginger - 1 tsp, finely chopped Salt - 1 1/2 tsp White Pepper Powder ... Colocasia Kebab Recipe. By Praveen Kumar , Published July 15, 2011, Last Updated: August 26, 2015 , Colocasia, Kebabs , No ... Colocasia - 1 1/2 kg. Green Chillies - 1 tsp, finely chopped. Ginger - 1 tsp, finely chopped. Salt - 1 1/2 tsp. White Pepper ... 1. Peel and wash the colocasia.. 2. Immerse in boiling water and cook until it becomes tender.. 3. Remove from water, grate ...
Easy to grow and tolerant of wet soils, Colocasia display their stunning leaves atop 3- to 7-foot stems and can even reach ... Colocasia (Elephant Ears) are suitable for everything from containers to bog gardens. Their extremely large leaves come in a ... Easy to grow and tolerant of wet soils, Colocasia display their stunning leaves atop 3- to 7-foot stems and can even reach ... One of the most recognizable and loved ornamental plants available, Colocasia (Elephant Ears) are suitable for everything from ...
Erratum to: Complete genome sequence of Colocasia bobone disease-associated virus, a putative cytorhabdovirus infecting taro.. ... Complete genome sequence of Colocasia bobone disease-associated virus, a putative cytorhabdovirus infecting taro. [Arch Virol. ...
Colocasia Red-Eyed Gecko Lemon yellow leaves with a bright red eye. ...
In March 2013, taro plants (Colocasia esculenta [L.] Schott cv. Iliuaua) with leaves displaying veinal chlorosis and necrosis ...
Colocasia gigantea, commonly called elephants ear, is a large, stemless, tuberous, frost-tender perennial of the arum family ...
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Cytorhabdovirus Colocasia Bobone Disease Virus. Colocasia bobone disease (CBDV) (Cytorhabdovirus Colocasia Bobone Disease Virus ...
Colocasia esculenta, taro: Philippine Herbal Medicine - An illustrated compilation of Philippine medicinal plants by Dr ... Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott / Chinese names / Catalogue of Life, China. (8). Colocasia esculenta: A potent indigenous plant ... Ure (Colocasia esculenta-Araceae): An Edible Aroid of the Warao. (3). The Medicinal Uses of Poi / Amy C. Brown, Ph.D., R.D. and ... Study results suggest the potential of the leaf of Colocasia esculenta as a source of dietary antioxidant. (6). • Anti ...
Colocasia esculanta) in Taiwan. Strain CC-MHH0539T was able to grow at 15-30 °C (optimum, 25 °C), at pH 6.0-9.0 (optimum, 7.0) ... nov., isolated from taro (Colocasia esculanta) * Shih-Yao Lin1​, Asif Hameed1​, Yi-Han Hsu1​, You-Cheng Liu1​, Mei-Hua Hung1​, ... Colocasia esculanta) in Taiwan. Strain CC-MHH0539T was able to grow at 15-30 °C (optimum, 25 °C), at pH 6.0-9.0 (optimum, 7.0) ... nov., isolated from taro (Colocasia esculanta). Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 68, 133 (2018); https://doi.org/10.1099/ijsem. ...
Dao Thi My Tien, Nguyen Tuyet Giang and Preston T R 2010 A note on ensiling banana pseudo-stem with Taro (Colocasia esculenta) ... Photo 2. Taro (Colocasia esculenta) Photo 3. Duckwwed raised in ponds fertilized with. waste water from a fish pond. ... Performance of common ducks fed an ensiled mixture of banana pseudo-stem and taro (Colocasia esculenta) foliage as a supplement ... Colocasia esculenta) is an aquatic plant that grows wild in the nature, near river banks and ponds (Photo 2). The leaves are ...
Ty C, Borin K and Preston T R 2010 Effect of Taro (Colocasia esculenta) leaf + stem silage and mulberry leaf silage on ... Photo 1. Tithonia diversifolia and Taro (Colocasia esculenta are abundant in Cantho. ... Studies on ensiling of Tithonia diversifolia and Taro (Colocasia esculenta) and feeding the silage to fattening pigs as partial ...
This study revealed that colocasia leaf, stem and root which are very economic as well as produce large amount of cellulase ... Colocasia Leaf, Root, Stem) and estimate CMCase activity, reducing sugar and protein. The cellulase biomass was also measured ... determination of the cellulase production from the colocasia as a substrate using the isolated cellulolytic fungi and ... A Study on Colocasia as a Suitable Substrate for Production of Cellulase.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 6(8): 2109-2119. doi: ...
Mitotic index studies were carried out on three cultivars of Xanthosoma and four cultivars of Colocasia. Young healthy roots ( ... Mitotic index studies were carried out on three cultivars of Xanthosoma and four cultivars of Colocasia. Young healthy roots ( ... Mitotic index studies on edible cocoyams (Xanthosoma and Colocasia spp.). @inproceedings{Ekanem2006MitoticIS, title={Mitotic ... index studies on edible cocoyams (Xanthosoma and Colocasia spp.)}, author={Anyiekere Morgan Ekanem and Julian O. Osuji}, year={ ...
  • The generic name is derived from the ancient Greek word kolokasion , which in the Greek botanist Dioscorides (1st century AD) meant the edible roots of both Colocasia esculenta and Nelumbo nucifera . (wikipedia.org)
  • [6] It is thought that the edible roots of Colocasia esculenta have been cultivated in Asia for more than ten thousand years. (wikipedia.org)
  • [7] The species Colocasia esculenta is an invasive species in wetlands along the American Gulf coast, where it threatens to displace native wetland plants. (wikipedia.org)
  • Colocasia antiquorum , [13] [14] sometimes considered a synonym of C. esculenta . (wikipedia.org)
  • A comparative study of polyphenoloxidases from taro ( Colocasia esculenta) and potato (Solanum tuberosum var. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Taro ( Colocasia esculenta), locally referred to as 'gabi,' is rich in starch and a good source of dietary fiber. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • 12.] Darkwa S and AA Darkwa Taro ( Colocasia esculenta): It's Utilization in Food Products in Ghana. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Colocasia esculenta is a tropical plant primarily grown for its edible starchy corm. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Das A, Das AB (2014) Karyotype analysis of ten draught resistant cultivars of Indian taro- Colocasia esculenta cv. (springer.com)
  • Colocasia esculenta (Linnaeus) Schott var. (efloras.org)
  • 2002. Genetic diversity in taro ( Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott) from South East Asia and Oceania. (springer.com)
  • Isozyme variation in taro ( Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott) from Asia and the Pacific. (springer.com)
  • 2000. Genetic variation in taro ( Colocasia esculenta ) in South East Asia and Oceania. (springer.com)
  • In March 2013, taro plants ( Colocasia esculenta [L.] Schott cv. (apsnet.org)
  • Taro ( Colocasia esculenta) is an aquatic plant that grows wild in the nature, near river banks and ponds (Photo 2). (lrrd.org)
  • Colocasia esculenta 'White Lava' PP 24,481 P2 Colocasia 'White Lava' comes from a breeding program by Dr. John Cho in Hawaii and was patented in 2014. (photographyandart.org)
  • Colocasia esculenta `Royal Hawaiian Blue' - Taro, Colocasia esculenta `Thailand Giant` - Taro, Nymphaea `Morada Bay` - Tropische Seerose, Nymphaea `Ultra Violet` - Tropische Seerose. (photographyandart.org)
  • Colocasia esculenta Tea Cup (3 bulbs per pkg - Ships March thru June) 1EE024 Colocasia esculenta White Lava® (3 bulbs per pkg - Ships × Grades. (photographyandart.org)
  • Bletilla striata 'Variegata' - Japanorchidee, Colocasia esculenta `Tropical Storm` - Taro. (photographyandart.org)
  • Produktinformationen "Colocasia esculenta `White Lava` - Taro" Der Taro ist eine der wichtigsten Gemüsepflanze der Tropen. (photographyandart.org)
  • Plant database entry for Elephant's Ear (Colocasia esculenta Royal Hawaiian® White Lava) with 20 images, one comment, and 43 data details. (photographyandart.org)
  • Taro is a common name for the corms and tubers of several plants in the family Araceae Of these, Colocasia esculenta is the most widely cultivated, and is the subject of this article. (wordpress.com)
  • The taro roots generally come from the leafy green plant known as Colocasia esculenta . (healthandhealthier.com)
  • Taro flour (Colocasia esculenta) increases testosterone levels and gametogenic epithelium of Wistar rats. (bvsalud.org)
  • Effect of accessions of Colocasia esculenta-based diets on the hepatic and renal functional indices of weanling Wistar rats. (docphin.com)
  • The liver and kidney functional indices of weanling albino rats (Rattus norvegicus) maintained on different accessions (offspring of a variety planted/collected at a specific location and time but differing in certain morphological characteristics) of cooked Colocasia esculenta (cocoyam)-based diets (UFCe1-UFCe7) for 28 days were investigated. (docphin.com)
  • A non-Streptomyces actinomycete, designated as strain S265 T , was isolated from rhizosphere collected under an elephant ear plant (Colocasia esculenta) in Bangkok, Thailand. (elsevier.com)
  • Fingerprint Dive into the research topics of 'A comparative study of polyphenoloxidases from taro (Colocasia esculenta) and potato (Solanum tuberosum var. (ulster.ac.uk)
  • Taro ( Colocasia esculenta ) a clonally propagated aroid, is grown largely in humid tropical areas of the world. (mdpi.com)
  • We had previously evaluated the antihyperglycemic potential of methanolic extract of aerial parts of Spilanthes calva and tubers of Colocasia esculenta . (peertechz.com)
  • This study therefore investigated the effect of ethanol extract of the leaves of Colocasia esculenta on the serum lipid profile of male Albino rats as well as phytochemicals of ethnomedicinal importance. (advinbiochem.org)
  • Frank Uchenna Eneh, Uchechukwu Chibuzo Ogbodo, Chibuike Johnson Ogbu, Lipid Lowering Potentials and Phytochemical Properties of Colocasia esculenta Leaf Extract in Rats, Advances in Biochemistry . (advinbiochem.org)
  • Biochemical and phytochemical analysis of Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott tubers. (advinbiochem.org)
  • Assessment of Antioxidant Activity and Phytochemical Screening of Colocasia esculenta Corm. (advinbiochem.org)
  • Carbohydrate digestion and intestinal ATPases in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats fed extract of yam (Dioscorea cayenesis) or dasheen (Colocasia esculenta). (advinbiochem.org)
  • The anti-Cancer effects of poi (Colocasia esculenta) on colonic adenocarcinoma cells in vitro. (advinbiochem.org)
  • Biofortification of taro (Colocasia esculenta) has never been studied. (archives-ouvertes.fr)
  • Fresh seed weights of taro ( Colocasia esculenta ) from wild type (WT) and cv. (ingentaconnect.com)
  • Identification of the major foliar fungal disease of Colocasia esculenta (l. (journalijpr.com)
  • Onyeka, J. Status of Cocoyam (Colocasia esculenta and Xanthosoma spp) in West and Central Africa: Production, Household Importance and the Threat from Leaf Blight. (journalijpr.com)
  • Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott, conocida comúnmente como taro o malanga se cultiva en los trópicos húmedos en varios países de África , América y Asia y su tubérculo es un alimento esencial para humanos y animales . (bvsalud.org)
  • Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott, commonly known as taro , malanga or yam , is grown in the humid tropics in several countries in Africa , America and Asia and its tuber is an essential food for humans and animals . (bvsalud.org)
  • Tagodoe, A. and Nip, W.K. (1994) Functional properties of raw and pre-cooked taro (Colocasia esculenta) flours. (scirp.org)
  • Sefa-Dede, S. and Sackey, E.K.-A. (2002) Starch structure and some properties of cocoyam (Xanthosoma saggitifolium and Colocasia esculenta) starch and raphides. (scirp.org)
  • Chakraborty BN, Bhattacharya GN (1984) Desynapsis as well as inversion heterozygosity in the natural population of triploid Colocasia antiquorm Schott. (springer.com)
  • 4. Colocasia antiquorum Schott in Schott & Endlicher, Melet. (efloras.org)
  • Colocasia is a genus [3] [4] of flowering plants in the family Araceae , native to southeastern Asia and the Indian subcontinent . (wikipedia.org)
  • As the summer wears on and other plants grow weary, Elephant Ears (Colocasia) become more vigorous - colorful right up until the first frost! (americanmeadows.com)
  • Colocasia Elephant Ears Plant: Giant Leaves on this Ornamental Plant. (waysidegardens.com)
  • One of the most recognizable and loved ornamental plants available, Colocasia (Elephant Ears) are suitable for everything from containers to bog gardens. (waysidegardens.com)
  • Colocasia leaves are also called taro leaves or elephant ears. (cosmopolitancurrymania.com)
  • Plant Colocasia 'Mojito' in spring in a sunny or part-sun location in moisture-retentive soil after all danger of frost has passed, and feed and water regularly for best results. (americanmeadows.com)
  • Colocasia 'Mojito' (pronounced "Mo-he-toe") is a sport of Colocasia 'Burgundy Stem' via Colocasia 'Black Marble', discovered at Florida's Agristarts. (plantdelights.com)
  • Generally we prepare kababs with potatoes, but in today's recipe instead of potatoes I used Arbi (colocasia) to prepare kababs. (dietkundali.com)
  • Main ingredient of Arbi (colocasia) kabab is Arbi (colocasia). (dietkundali.com)
  • Arbi (colocasia) is crunchy, starchy and fleshy roots vegetable. (dietkundali.com)
  • 1-Boil the Arbi (colocasia). (dietkundali.com)
  • 2-Peel Arbi (colocasia) keeps it aside, and chops onion and coriander leaves into small pieces. (dietkundali.com)
  • 5-Shape the Arbi (colocasia) kabab. (dietkundali.com)
  • Arbi (colocasia) is very sticky vegetable, it will stick to your fingers, to prevent it use little oil to grease your palm and fingers. (dietkundali.com)
  • It is a delicious recipe which is made from arbi (colocasia) leaves. (rasoirecipe.com)
  • Colocasia species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Palpifer murinus and Palpifer sexnotatus . (wikipedia.org)
  • There are numerous species of Colocasia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Assam, Nicobar Islands Colocasia menglaensis J.T.Yin, H.Li & Z.F.Xu - Yunnan, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam Colocasia oresbia A.Hay - Bangladesh, Sabah Colocasia tonoimo A.Hay - Unknown Colocasia species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Palpifer murinus and Palpifer sexnotatus. (wikipedia.org)
  • We investigated chromosome number and genome size variation in 73 accessions belonging to four Colocasia species from China. (springer.com)
  • Differences in DNA content among the Colocasia species seem to have occurred by chromosomal gain under similar habitats. (springer.com)
  • Cao LM, Long CL (2004) Chromosome numbers of eight Colocasia taxa and karyotypes of five species occurring in China. (springer.com)
  • Mitotic index studies on edible cocoyams (Xanthosoma and Colocasia spp. (semanticscholar.org)
  • Mitotic index studies were carried out on three cultivars of Xanthosoma and four cultivars of Colocasia. (semanticscholar.org)
  • Colocasia and Xanthosoma are not picky about light and want their soil moist, even soggy and can be grown in pots without drainage holes. (dailypress.com)
  • Passam, H.C. (1982) Experiments on the storage of eddoes and tannia (Colocasia and Xanthosoma spp) under tropical ambient conditions. (scirp.org)
  • The Colocasia has several names such as the taro, the dasheen plant and the chinese potato plant . (healthandhealthier.com)
  • Colocasia also known as taro plants are generally found outside and are also regarded as very hardy plant. (healthandhealthier.com)
  • The roots of the colocasia plant should be properly cooked and washed to enjoy its health benefits. (healthandhealthier.com)
  • Giant, heart-shaped colocasia bataviensis leaves make me smile everywhere I walk, but if you're feeling lazy, you can always phone for a buggy to ferry you around, and listen as the wheels crunch gently. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • They are like the leaves of Colocasia that does not allow water to remain on it. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Easy to grow and tolerant of wet soils, Colocasia display their stunning leaves atop 3- to 7-foot stems and can even reach lengths of 2 or 3 feet themselves. (waysidegardens.com)
  • Colocasia 'White Lava' is a clumping elephant ear with large glossy green leaves which, as the season progresses, are adorned with a wide band of creamy white down the center of each leaf, later radiating out into the side veins. (photographyandart.org)
  • Colocasia leaves are cheap and commonly available with every third vegetable vendor here in Mumbai. (cosmopolitancurrymania.com)
  • These are rich in Vitamins A and B. However, these leaves can cause a pricking sensation or itching in the throat or tongue while eating uncooked colocasia leaves, owing to the presence of calcium oxalate in them. (cosmopolitancurrymania.com)
  • People across the world eat colocasia leaves in different ways. (cosmopolitancurrymania.com)
  • Very recently, while I made some vegetarian sushi at home, I used steamed (and flattened) colocasia leaves as a replacement to nori . (cosmopolitancurrymania.com)
  • I realised that a paturi gets all the more better if you use colocasia leaves instead of the inedible banana leaves (although I do agree that banana leaves impart a distinct aroma to a dish). (cosmopolitancurrymania.com)
  • The root and leaves of Colocasia or taro are very useful for treatment of various diseases. (healthandhealthier.com)
  • Colocasia leaves are an excellent source of vitamins required for the body. (healthandhealthier.com)
  • colocasia leaves gravy recipe with step by step - Tangy and sweet bhaji made with colocasia leaves. (hungryforever.com)
  • rinse 5 to 6 large colocasia leaves well. (hungryforever.com)
  • then add colocasia leaves. (hungryforever.com)
  • Normally, colocasia leaves are huge in size. (rasoirecipe.com)
  • Colocasia leaves are also heart-shaped but pointing downward and tend to bob in summer breezes, drooping off resilient stems. (dailypress.com)
  • A polyphasic approach was used to characterize an aerobic, Gram-stain-negative, rod-shaped bacterium (designed as strain CC-MHH0539 T ) isolated from the chopped tuber of taro ( Colocasia esculanta ) in Taiwan. (microbiologyresearch.org)
  • This study revealed that colocasia leaf, stem and root which are very economic as well as produce large amount of cellulase enzyme when hydrolysed by cellulytic fungi in acidic pH. (ijcmas.com)
  • Colocasia (Elephant Ear) Burgundy Stem' is quite large in stature and sports pinkish-purple stems. (exoticearthplants.co.uk)
  • Colocasia coryli (nut-tree tussock) is a moth of the family Noctuidae. (wikipedia.org)
  • Colocasia with lamb (Turkish: Kolokas yemeği) this dish commonly eaten in Cyprus. (wikipedia.org)
  • Colocasia 'White Lava' Key Features Fresh tropical green foliage, with flamboyant white markings & veins. (photographyandart.org)
  • Erratum to: Complete genome sequence of Colocasia bobone disease-associated virus, a putative cytorhabdovirus infecting taro. (nih.gov)
  • Complete genome sequence of Colocasia bobone disease-associated virus, a putative cytorhabdovirus infecting taro. (nih.gov)
  • You can prepare patra in this same way, this recipe is an extension of patra (colocasia leaf rolls) recipe. (rasoirecipe.com)
  • Take each colocasia leaf piece (the glossy side should be down) and spoon some paneer mixture at the centre. (cosmopolitancurrymania.com)
  • Feel free to comment or share your thoughts on this recipe of Colocasia Kebab from Awesome Cuisine. (awesomecuisine.com)
  • Today I added one more healthy and dArbi/ Colocasia ki sabji delicious recipe in my recipe section. (dietkundali.com)
  • From the breeding program that produced the ground breaking colocasia Black Magic and ignited national interest in this group of tropical plants, comes Diamond Head. (leafari.com)