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New triterpenoids from Corchorus trilocularis. (1/10)

Two new tetracyclic triterpenoid trilocularol A and trilocularol A 3-glucoside and one pentacyclic triterpenoid tirlocularoside A were isolated from Corchorus trilocularis L., their structure were elucidated as 3beta,6alpha,16alpha,20(S),27-pentahydroxydammar-24(Z)-ene (1), 3beta-D-glucopyranosyloxy-6alpha,16alpha,20(S),27-tetrahydroxydammar-24(Z)-ene (2) and 2alpha,3beta,19alpha,30-tetrahydroxyurs-12-en-24,28-dioic acid 28-O-beta-D-glucopyranosyl ester (3). respectively, on the basis of detailed spectroscopic studies.  (+info)

Studies on brain biogenic amines in methanolic extract of Cuscuta reflexa Roxb. and Corchorus olitorius Linn. seed treated mice. (2/10)

The methanolic extract of both Cuscuta reflexa stem and Corchorus olitorius seed showed marked protection against convulsion induced by chemoconvulsive agents in mice. The catecholamines contained were significantly increased in the processed extract treated mice. The amount of GABA, which is most likely to be involved in seizure activity, was increased significantly in mice brain after a six week treatment. Results of the present study revealed that both the processed extracts showed a significant anticonvulsive property by altering the level of catecholamines and brain amino acids in mice.  (+info)

Characterization of a lignified secondary phloem fibre-deficient mutant of jute (Corchorus capsularis). (3/10)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: High lignin content of lignocellulose jute fibre does not favour its utilization in making finer fabrics and other value-added products. To aid the development of low-lignin jute fibre, this study aimed to identify a phloem fibre mutant with reduced lignin. METHODS: An x-ray-induced mutant line (CMU) of jute (Corchorus capsularis) was morphologically evaluated and the accession (CMU 013) with the most undulated phenotype was compared with its normal parent (JRC 212) for its growth, secondary fibre development and lignification of the fibre cell wall. KEY RESULTS: The normal and mutant plants showed similar leaf photosynthetic rates. The mutant grew more slowly, had shorter internodes and yielded much less fibre after retting. The fibre of the mutant contained 50 % less lignin but comparatively more cellulose than that of the normal type. Differentiation of primary and secondary vascular tissues throughout the CMU 013 stem was regular but it did not have secondary phloem fibre bundles as in JRC 212. Instead, a few thin-walled, less lignified fibre cells formed uni- or biseriate radial rows within the phloem wedges of the middle stem. The lower and earliest developed part of the mutant stem had no lignified fibre cells. This developmental deficiency in lignification of fibre cells was correlated to a similar deficiency in phenylalanine ammonia lyase activity, but not peroxidase activity, in the bark tissue along the stem axis. In spite of severe reduction in lignin synthesis in the phloem cells this mutant functioned normally and bred true. CONCLUSIONS: In view of the observations made, the mutant is designated as deficient lignified phloem fibre (dlpf). This mutant may be utilized to engineer low-lignin jute fibre strains and may also serve as a model to study the positional information that coordinates secondary wall thickening of fibre cells.  (+info)

Chemical and toxicological evaluation of methanol extract of Cuscuta reflexa Roxb. stem and Corchorus olitorius Linn. seed on hematological parameters and hepatorenal functions in mice. (4/10)

Methanol extract of Cuscuta reflexa Roxb. stem (MECR) contain flavonoids (0.2%) and Corchorus olitorius Linn. seed (MECO) was found to contain steroids and cardenolide glycosides. Effects of multiple weekly dose of MECR (25, 50, 75 mg/kg, i.p.) and MECO (15, 20, 25 mg/kg, i.p.) on liver and kidney functions and hematological parameters in mice were studied. No significant alteration of RBC count and hemoglobin content was observed in all dose level of treatment in MECR and MECO treated mice whereas significant increase of clotting time was seen in moderate and high doses in both case. MECR and MECO both caused significant increase in WBC count only in high dose level of treatment. Both the extracts in medium and high dose level increased SGOT, SGPT, NPN and plasma cholesterol significantly. Serum alkaline phosphatase and total bilirubin were also increased by both moderate and high dose level of treatments in MECR and MECO treated mice respectively. Low dose of both the extract did not exhibit any significant change of creatinine and serum protein level. But high dose level of MECR and MECO significantly increased creatinine level. Increase in plasma cholesterol may be due to decrease in cholesterol catabolism owing to liver dysfunction of due to the intake of MECO itself as it was found to be steroid in nature. Elevated level of SGOT, SGPT and serum alkaline phosphatase activity in moderate and high dose level of weekly treated mice may be due to improper liver function following the treatment. Increased urea, non protein nitrogen and creatinine content in blood have been observed with impaired renal function. The slightly higher toxicity in case of MECO treated mice may be due to the presence of cardenolide glycosides in the ME of C. olitorius seed. However, low doses of MECR and MECO (25 and 15 mg/kg, i.p. respectively) did not exhibit any remarkable change on liver and kidney functions and hematological parameters.  (+info)

Corchorus yellow vein virus, a New World geminivirus from the Old World. (5/10)

A bipartite begomovirus infecting Jute mallow (Corchorus capsularis, Tilliaceae) in Vietnam was identified using novel degenerate PCR primers. Analysis of this virus, which was named Corchorus yellow vein virus (CoYVV), showed that it was more similar to New World begomoviruses than to viruses from the Old World. This was based on the absence of an AV2 open reading frame, the presence of an N-terminal PWRLMAGT motif in the coat protein and phylogenetic analysis of the DNA A and DNA B nucleotide and deduced amino acid sequences. Evidence is provided that CoYVV is probably indigenous to the region and may be the remnant of a previous population of New World begomoviruses in the Old World.  (+info)

Antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory properties of Corchorus capsularis leaves chloroform extract in experimental animal models. (6/10)

The antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory properties of Corchorus capsularis leaves chloroform extract were investigated in experimental animal models. The antinociceptive activity was measured using the writhing, hot plate and formalin tests, while the anti-inflammatory activity was measured using the carrageenan-induced paw edema test. The extract, obtained after 72 h soaking of the air-dried leaves in chloroform followed by in vacuo evaporation to dryness, was weighed and prepared by serial dilution in DMSO in the doses of 20, 100 and 200 mg/kg. The extract was administered (s.c.) 30 min prior to subjection to the respective assays. The extract was found to exhibit significant (p < 0.05) antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory activities. As a conclusion, the present study confirmed the traditional claims of using C. capsularis to treat various ailments related to inflammation and pain.  (+info)

Development of SSR markers and construction of a linkage map in jute. (7/10)

Jute is an important natural fibre crop, which is only second to cotton in its importance at the global level. It is mostly grown in Indian subcontinent and has been recently used for the development of genomics resources.We recently initiated a programme to develop simple sequence repeat markers and reported a set of 2469 SSR that were developed using four SSR-enriched libraries (Mir et al. 2009). In this communication, we report an additional set of 607 novel SSR in 393 SSR containing sequences. However, primers could be designed for only 417 potentially useful SSR. Polymorphism survey was carried out for 374 primer pairs using two parental genotypes (JRO 524 and PPO4) of a mapping population developed for fibre fineness; only 66 SSR were polymorphic. Owing to a low level of polymorphism between the parental genotypes and a high degree of segregation distortion in recombinant inbred lines, genotypic data of only 53 polymorphic SSR on the mapping population consisting of 120 RIL could be used for the construction of a linkage map; 36 SSR loci were mapped on six linkage groups that covered a total genetic distance of 784.3 cM. Hopefully, this map will be enriched with more SSR loci in future and will prove useful for identification of quantitative trait loci/genes for molecular breeding involving improvement of fibre fineness and other related traits in jute.  (+info)

Induction of apoptosis by ethanolic extract of Corchorus olitorius leaf in human hepatocellular carcinoma (HepG2) cells via a mitochondria-dependent pathway. (8/10)

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*Corchorus

... olitorius is used mainly in the cuisines of southern Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and West Africa, Corchorus ... The fibers from Corchorus (known as jute) are the most widely cultivated vegetable fiber after cotton. Corchorus leaves are ... "The Corchorus (Jute) Pages". Malvaceae Info. Retrieved September 10, 2011. "Corchorus L". Germplasm Resources Information ... The leaves of Corchorus have been a staple Egyptian food since the time of the Pharaohs and it is from there that it gains its ...

*Corchorus walcottii

... , commonly known as woolly corchorus, is a shrub species in the family Malvaceae. It is endemic to Australia ... "Corchorus walcottii". Australian Plant Name Index (APNI), IBIS database. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian ... "Corchorus walcottii". FloraBase. Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife. Mueller, Ferdinand (1863). "A ...

*Corchorus cunninghamii

... , known as the native jute, is a rare shrub species in the family Malvaceae. It is endemic to Australia. ... "Corchorus cunninghamii". PlantNet New South Wales Flora Online; author G. J. Harden. Retrieved 2017-03-21. ...

*Corchorus capsularis

ISBN 978-90-5782-147-9. Media related to Corchorus capsularis at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Corchorus capsularis at ... Corchorus capsularis, commonly known as white jute, is a shrub species in the family Malvaceae. It is one of the sources of ... Corchorus capsularis is an erect, annual herb, growing to two or more metres in height. It has globular fruits. It probably ... Sultanul Abedin (2011), "Corchorus capsularis L.", Flora of Pakistan online Cumo, Christopher (2013). Encyclopedia of ...

*Corchorus erodioides

... is a species of flowering plant in the Malvaceae sensu lato or Tiliaceae or Sparrmanniaceae family. It is ... Corchorus erodiodes. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 19 July 2007. Heywood, V. H.; Brummitt, R. K.; ...

*Corchorus olitorius

Seeds Corchorus olitorius Edible leaves of Corchorus olitorius Duke, James A. (1979-01-01). "Ecosystematic Data on Economic ... Mulukhiyah Corchorus Corchorus capsularis Jute Jute cultivation Kenaf Abutilon theophrasti Young leaves of jute prepared by ... "Corchorus olitorius - TILIACEAE". idao.cirad.fr. Retrieved 2017-12-03. "Food Plants international". "Corchorus olitorius". Duke ... Bangladesh and other Asian countries make Jute from fibres of the bark tissue of Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus Olitorius, ...

*Tiliaceae

Antichorus genus V. Corchorus genus VI. Honckenya [sic, see Clappertonia] genus VII. Triumfetta genus VIII. Grewia genus IX. ... Corchorus L. Craigia W.W.Sm. & W.E.Evans Desplatsia Bocq. Dicraspidia Standl. Diplodiscus Turcz. Duboscia Bocquet ... Corchorus genus 19. Corchoropsis genus 20. Luehea genus 21. Mollia genus 22. Trichospermum genus 23. Muntingia genus 24. Tilia ...

*List of Australian plant species authored by Ferdinand von Mueller

Corchorus allenii F.Muell. Corchorus cunninghamii F.Muell. Corchorus elachocarpus F.Muell. Corchorus elderi F.Muell. Corchorus ... Corchorus tomentellus F.Muell. Corchorus walcottii F.Muell. Cordyline manners-suttoniae F.Muell. Cordyline murchisoniae F.Muell ... macropetalus (F.Muell.) Domin Corchorus sidoides F.Muell. ...

*List of Australian plant species described by Robert Brown

Coopernookia barbata (R.Br.) Carolin Corchorus pumilio R.Br. ex Benth. Cordyline cannifolia R.Br. Corybas fimbriatus (R.Br.) ...

*List of Bohol flora and fauna

Corchorus olitorius; Jew's mallow sayote - Sechium edule; chayote; mirliton pear sibuyas bombay - Onion; Allium cepa sibuyas ...

*Palestinian cuisine

Mloukhiyeh is a stew made from Corchorus. The Corchorus is picked during harvest time, and is either frozen or dried. It is ... Common small dishes on the dinner table are bamia-a name for okra in tomato paste, mloukhiyeh-a corchorus stew-or maqali, an ...

*Ariodante

Ogn'uno acclami bella virtute (Chorus) ... Ballo (Gavotte-Rondeau-Bourrée) ... Sa trionfar ognor virtute in ogni cor (Chorus). ...

*Neglected and underutilized crop

Chenopodium album Cichorium intybus Cleome gynandra Corchorus spp. Crambe cordifolia Crotalaria spp. Curcuma spp. Cucurbita spp ...

*Isaac Henry Burkill

Note no 2. The pollination of Corchorus in Bengal and Assam". Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. 2 (10): 515-520. ...

*List of MeSH codes (B06)

... corchorus (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.938.333 --- grewia (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.938.777 ...

*Jute

The primary source of the fiber is Corchorus olitorius, but it is considered inferior to Corchorus capsularis. "Jute" is the ... Tossa jute (Corchorus olitorius) is a variety thought to be native to India, which is also the world's top producer. It is ... It is produced primarily from plants in the genus Corchorus, which was once classified with the family Tiliaceae, and more ... The draft genome of jute (Corchorus olitorius) was completed. Making twine, rope, and matting are among its uses. In ...

*Anomis sabulifera

Corchorus capsularis Corchorus olitorius, Gossypium spp., Grewia occidentalis, and Triumfetta rhomboidea. It is a major pest of ...

*List of plants of Burkina Faso

Corallocarpus epigaeus (Rottler) C.B.Clarke Corchorus aestuans L. Corchorus fascicularis Lam. Corchorus olitorius L. Corchorus ... tridens L. Corchorus trilocularis L. Cordia myxa L. Cordia sebestena L. Cordia sinensis Lam. Cordyla pinnata (Lepr. ex A.Rich ...

*Diphthera festiva

Arecaceae), Casuarina equisetifolia (Casuarinaceae), Corchorus hirsutus (Tiliaceae), and Lippia alba (Lamiaceae), and Solanum ...

*Mulukhiyah

"Corchorus olitorius", New Crop Resource Online Program, Center for New Crops & Plant Products, Purdue University Mulukhiyya ... Jordan portal Food portal List of African dishes Ancient Egyptian Soup Recipe, Molokhia Soup "Corchorus olitorius". Germplasm ... Mulukhiyah, mloukhiya, molokhia, molokhiya, mulukhiyya, malukhiyah, or moroheiya (Arabic: ملوخية‎) is the leaves of Corchorus ... there is evidence that India is the source of the related species Corchorus capsularis, which is also used for food as well as ...

*Begomovirus

Cleome leaf crumple virus Clerodendron golden mosaic virus Corchorus golden mosaic virus Corchorus yellow spot virus Corchorus ... Two species isolated from Corchorus from Vietnam (informally 'Corchovirus') somewhat unexpectedly group with the New World ...

*List of Palestinian dishes

Mujaddara - Lentil and bulgur casserole Mloukiyyeh - Corchorus stew Musakhan - Large taboon breads with chicken, onions, sumac ...

*Textile manufacturing

Jute is a bast fibre, which comes from the inner bark of the plants of the Corchorus genus. It is retted like flax, sundried ...

*Achanakmar-Amarkantak Biosphere Reserve

Corchorus fascicularis, Grewia rothii, Biophytum sp., Oxalis sp., Tropaeolum majus, Gloriosa superba, Curcuma aromatica, ...

*Ludwigia decurrens

diffusa on germination, seedling growth and yield of Corchorus olitorious L.[permanent dead link] Not Sci Biol 2(2) 75-80.. ...
Looking for Corchorus capsularis? Find out information about Corchorus capsularis. name for any plant of the genus Corchorus, tropical annuals of the family Tiliaceae , and for its fiber. Many species yield fiber, but the chief sources of... Explanation of Corchorus capsularis
Corchorus Capsularis Also known as: White Jute This species provides the greatest part of the jute commerce (burlap, cordage, gunny), with its strong and coarse fiber, about ten times more abundant than Corchorus olitorius, another source of jute. This species is considered to be
Digitized images of microscopic slices of Corchorus capsularis L. (C22) plant structures that were stained and permanently mounted to a glass slide ...
Digitized images of microscopic slices of Corchorus olitorius L. (C23) plant structures that were stained and permanently mounted to a glass slide ...
Corchorus: Genus of some 40-100 species of flowering plants of the hibiscus, or mallow, family (Malvaceae). The bark of C. capsularis and to a lesser extent that of C. olitorius constitute...
Corchorus prostratus Royle. A mat-forming, prostrate, much branched woody perennial. Stem diffusely branched from woody rootstock, young branches sparsely hairy, older ones glabrous. Leaves 3-costate, elliptic to broadly elliptic, 4-18 (-20) mm long, 2-9 (-10) mm broad, glabrous except the scattered hairy costae, plicate in bud, crenate-serrate, without basal setose appendages, obtuse; petiole 1.5-2.5 cm long, filiform, minutely hairy; stipules linear-falcate, c. 2 mm long. Cyme mostly 2(-1)-flowered, antiphyllous, peduncle minute. Flowers yellow, 6-8 mm across, pedicel c. 1 mm long; bracts linear-lanceolate, c. 1.5 mm long. Sepals yellowish-green, linear-oblong, 3-4 mm long, spreading, acute. Petals obovate-spathulate, as long as sepals, obtuse. Stamens 8-10, filaments c. 4 mm long, erect. Carpels 4; ovary c. 1 mm long, oblong-cylindric, 4-loculed; style equalling the ovary, stigma 4-lobed. Capsule oblong-cylindric, straight or curved, glabrescent, 7-22 mm long, with c. 1.5-2 mm long beak, ...
Corchorus is one of the most famous recipes in the Egyptian kitchen that is suitable in all occasions. Corchorus is a natural green plant that is known since the ages of ancient Egyptians, and it was named "Molokia", but when Al-Moez Ledin Allah Al-Fatemi was sick with a disease in. ...
Research Genomics Genomics is the study and related techniques of identifying genes and gene functions of an organism. The complete genome sequencing of Jute (Corchorus olitorius L.
jute: Either of two species of Corchorus plants- C. capsularis, or white jute, and C. olitorius, including both tossa and daisee varieties-belonging to the hibiscus, or mallow family...
The influences of temperature and naloxone on the antinociceptive activity of Corchorus olitorius L. in mice; Zakaria ZA, Safarul M, Valsala R, et al. 2005; Naunyn Schmiedebergs Arch. Pharmacol.; PMID 16133487; A series of preliminary studies was carried out to evaluate the antinociceptive (pain
Corchorus olitorius L. which belongs to Tiliaceae family is a cultivated herbaceous plant highly consumed as traditional leafy vegetables in Benin. Extracts from samples of different morphotypes leaves of this species were analysed for their phytochemical compositions, antioxidant and cytotoxicity activities. On each sample extract, qualitative phytochemical tests were used to detect the presence of bioactive molecules and evaluate their cytotoxicity using brine shrimp lethality bioassay. Antioxidant activity was assessed using the 2,2-diphenyl-1-picryl-hydrazyl assay. Phytochemical screening revealed the presence of several phytochemical compounds in all samples of morphotypes studied but these have not a similar profile. Morphotypes with shiny rounded leaves have more phytochemicals (58% of phytochemicals compounds) than the other samples. Analysis of the potential antioxidant reveals a first category of morphotypes with high potential antioxidant capacity ranged from 27,859 to 32,985 mM EAA/g
Jute is a long, soft, shiny vegetable fiber that can be spun into coarse, strong threads. It is produced from plants in the genus Corchorus, which was once classified with the family Tiliaceae, more recently with Malvaceae, and has now been reclassified as belonging to the family Sparrmanniaceae. "Jute" is the name of the plant or fiber that is used to make burlap, Hessian or gunny cloth…..click & see. Jute is one of the most affordable natural fibers and is second only to cotton in amount produced and variety of uses of vegetable fibers. Jute fibers are composed primarily of the plant materials cellulose and lignin. It falls into the bast fiber category (fiber collected from bast or skin of the plant) along with kenaf, industrial hemp, flax (linen), ramie, etc. The industrial term for jute fiber is raw jute. The fibers are off-white to brown, and 1-4 metres (3-13 feet) long. Jute is also called "the golden fiber" for its color and high cash value.. click & see. Jute is used in the manufacture ...
2. Tricyrtis pilosa Wallich, Tent. Fl. Napal. 62. 1826. 黄花油点草 huang hua you dian cao Compsoa maculata D. Don; Corchorus polygonatum H. Léveillé; Disporum esquirolii H. Léveillé; Tricyrtis maculata (D. Don) J. F. Macbride.. Stem 50--90 cm, hispidulous distally. Leaves ovate-oblong to oblong-lanceolate, 8--14 × 6--9 cm, hispidulous on both surfaces, base cordate or rounded and amplexicaul, apex acuminate. Cymes terminal and sometimes also axillary in distal part of stem, laxly several to many flowered; rachis and pedicels hispidulous. Tepals spreading horizontally, at an angle of ca. 45°, or subascending, greenish white, with black-purple or purple-brown spots, ovate-oblong to lanceolate, 1.2--1.8 cm × 5--6 mm; outer ones slightly wider than inner ones, basally saccate. Stamens subequaling tepals. Ovary glabrous. Capsule 2--3 cm. Fl. and fr. Jul--Sep. 2 n = 26*.. Forests, hillsides; 300--2300 m. Gansu, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hebei, Henan, Hubei, Hunan, Shaanxi, Sichuan, Yunnan [Bhutan, ...
View Notes - feldman9 from BIO 1B at Berkeley. layers of cortex beneath epidermis. The second cork cambium arises in outer regions of the secondary phloem. This can happen many times and leads to an
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Vitis viniferais a species of temperate origin that reactivates the dormant secondary phloem from the previous year at the resumption of growth in spring. Following harsh winters, grapevines may...
The Glossopteridales are an extinct group of seed plants that dominated Gondwanan floras during the Permian. Their remains are found across a wide range of habitats and paleolatitudes, and it is particularly interesting to understand the anatomical characteristics that might have enabled such an extensive distribution. Here, we document for the first time the bark anatomy of high-latitude glossopteridalean trees using peels and thin sections made from a Late Permian trunk from Skaar Ridge, Antarctica. The bark is 3 cm thick. The secondary phloem is composed of sieve cells, axial and ray parenchyma, and fibers arranged in discontinuous unicellular tangential layers. The outer bark is a rhytidome, with numerous alternating layers of periderm and non-conducting secondary phloem showing some proliferation of the axial parenchyma. Successive periderms mostly run parallel to the cambium, with some longitudinal undulation and rare connections between two periderms. A similar anatomy was observed in bark
Bangladesh will get about 3,500 tonnes of the tosha variety of jute seeds from India to augment its production and may import more to meet the rising demand of jute products.Named JRO-524, the seeds will be imported as a
Exclusive to Global Medical Discovery (new Significance Statement and new figure). Pathways associated with lignin biosynthesis in lignomaniac jute fibres.
Rates supplied by the Bangladesh Jute AssociationJUTEVARIETY BALES FOB Narayanganj(One bale = 180 kg) (Taka per bale)Ready Position (in taka) Bangla white special (BW special) 13,400 Bangla white A (BWA) 13,100 Bangla white B (BWB) 12,200 Bangla white C (BWC) 10,700 Bangla white D (BWD) 10,250 Bangla white E (BWE) 9,800 Bangla tossa special (BTS) 13,700 Bangla tossa A (BTA) 13,400 Bangla tossa B (BTB) 12,500 Bangla tossa C (BTC) 11,000 Bangla tossa D (BTD) 10,550 Bangla tossa E (BTE) 10,100WRS/TRS, HABIJABI, CUT ROPES Bangla white rejection (BWR) 8,750 Bangla white habijabi (BWH) 6,800 Bangla tossa
Rates supplied by the Bangladesh Jute AssociationJUTEVARIETY BALES FOB Narayanganj(One bale = 180
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Commingled biocomposites based on polypropylene/jute yarns were prepared using commingling technique. The thermal and calorimetric behaviour of these commingled composites were studied with respect to fibre content and various chemical treatments. The thermal stability of the composites was found to be in between that of jute fibre and neat polypropylene (PP). Different chemical treatments increased the thermal stability of the composites due to increased interfacial adhesion between the matrix and reinforcement. Jute yarn acts as nucleating agents and favours the process of crystallisation thereby increasing the crystallisation temperature. Chemical treatments further increased the crystallisation temperature as a result of better interfacial adhesion between jute yarn and PP matrix. The close proximity of jute yarns weakens the mechanical bonds between PP molecules resulting in marginal lowering of melting temperatures. Polarized optical microscopic studies revealed the formation of ...
Plant infestation with parasitic weeds like Cuscuta reflexa induces morphological as well as biochemical changes in the host and the parasite. These modifications could be caused by a change in protein or gene activity. Using a comparative macroarray approach Cuscuta genes specifically upregulated at the host attachment site were identified. One of the infestation specific Cuscuta genes encodes a cysteine protease. The protein and its intrinsic inhibitory peptide were heterologously expressed, purified and biochemically characterized. The haustoria specific enzyme was named cuscutain in accordance with similar proteins from other plants, e.g. papaya. The role of cuscutain and its inhibitor during the host parasite interaction was studied by external application of an inhibitor suspension, which induced a significant reduction of successful infection events. The study provides new information about molecular events during the parasitic plant - host interaction. Inhibition of cuscutain cysteine proteinase
Classification for Kingdom Plantae Down to Variety Brassica rapa L. var. trilocularis (Roxb.) Kitam. Click on names to expand them, and on P for PLANTS profiles ...
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immune Uncategorized Nos1, UK-427857 jute is an important natural fiber crop of Southeast Asian countries including India, Bangladesh, China, Thailand, Myanmar etc. is an improvement over the other methods, particularly for bark tissue of field grown jute at advance developmental stage. Therefore, present study will enhance our ability to understand expression pattern of fiber formation and maturation related genes in mature bark tissue that holds key for much talked genetic manipulation of fiber quality via lignin optimisation in the crop. jute, Phloem fiber, Lignin, RNA, CCoAMT1 Introduction jute (L.) is an annual herbaceous dicot plant, belongs to family Malvaceae and mostly cultivated in Southeast Asian countries as a fiber crop. Besides, traditional applications in hessian and packaging industries, jute fiber valued for potential diversified industrial applications including yarn, ethanol and different grades of UK-427857 high quality pulp production (Rio et al. 2009). With the changing ...
Besides having a cambium that produces secondary phloem and secondary xylem, we need a cambium that produces a tissue that replaces the epidermal tissue (dermal system) in location and function. As a stem or root undergoes secondary growth it becomes larger in diameter. Epidermal cells can not undergo cell division (mitosis) so they cannot compensate for the increase girth. So the epidermis needs to be replaced. The tissues that replaces dermal system are called collectively the periderm. It is three layers thick. From the outside to the inside they are the cork(phellum), the cork cambium and the phelloderm. The cork fills the function of the dermal system. The cork cambium makes new cork cells through cell division (mitosis). The phelloderm is also made by the cork cambium through cell division. If a derivative of the cork cambium gets push to the outside of the cork cambium it will become a cork cell. If a derivative gets pushed to the inside of the cork cambium it becomes a pheloderm cell. ...
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The therapeutic potential of helminth-derived products in an experimental animal model of colitis: study of the underlying immunological ...
Top of Page. Vascular Cambium: The vascular cambium is a layer of meristematic tissue that lies between the primary phloem and primary xylem. As the vascular cambium adds new xylem cells toward the inside of the stem and phloem cells toward the outside of the stem, the vascular bundles eventually coalesce to form a complete ring. The girth of the plant increases due to cell divisions perpendicular to the stem surface. The new cell walls are laid down in a radial direction, which increases the girth of the stem. There is more xylem formed than phloem. The new xylem forms concentric rings around the pith while the secondary phloem pushes the primary phloem outward. The old phloem becomes crushed and eventually sloughs off. ...
Secondary growth in diocts is due to the formation of two types of cambia, the vascular and cork cambia. The vascular cambium forms out of the fascicular cambium which lies between the primary xylem and phloem in the vascular bundles and the de-differentiation of the interfascicular parenchyma into a cambial group of cells. These two cambia then unite and produce a continuous annulus of cambial cells which then begin their division where one daugther cell is an initial to replace the mother cell and the other daughter cell differentiates into either secondary xylem or phloem. Usually the secondary xylem is produced in much greater amounts than the secondary phloem. The other secondary growth is the intiation of the cork cambium from the epidermal or cortical layers. Thus the epidermis is replaced with a tissue called the periderm which possesses several types of cells. The cork cambium or phellogen which divides regularly to produce the two other cell types: the phellem cells, which are heavily ...
Plastic tree (oocytes HbPIP2;3 showed a high efficiency in increasing plasmalemma water conductance. the central regulatory role of in laticifer water balance and ethylene stimulation of latex production in Muell. Arg.)[1]. The latex represents the cytoplasmic content of laticifers which are organized as concentric mantels inside the secondary phloem of the tree trunk. Water accounts for 60%C70% of the latex upon each tapping [2]. Sufficient water supply is essential for both latex regeneration and latex flow [3, 4]. Therefore, any conditions favouring water supply of a rubber tree, especially water movement into phloem, could contribute to latex flow and production. The transmembrane water movement into cells was previously explained only by simple diffusion [5]. However, since it could not explain many phenomena, such as the high velocity of water exchange, the remarkable variations between different cell types and the transient change of water permeability subjected to the stimulation of some ...
If we want to plant a Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) tree we sow a seed of a Jackfruit, because Jackfruit tree originates from Jackfruit seed. in this way we get Jaam (black berry) tree from a Jaam seed, Coconut tree from Coconut, Jute plants from Jute seeds, paddy plant from paddy seed. Again some time we can
学位の種類: 博士(学術). 報告番号: 甲第4028号. 学位記番号: 新大院博(学)甲第209号. 学位授与年月日: 平成27年3月23日
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Place a glass full of water at a height of 1-2 inch. Place the other empty glass at lower level. Wet the cotton or jute string. Dip one of its end in the glass with water and leave the other end in the empty glass. Leave the setup undisturbed. After a few hours, you will find that most of the water has collected into the lower glass. ...
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Very little change could be noted as having taken place in the cotton market during the first year of the war. Towards its close prices went up a few points, and some far-seeing merchants purchased several thousand bales for the next rise. But with the advent of 1862 there came a rapid advance in value. This turn continued, and in the September of that year still tighter markets existed, the stocks of all qualities of cotton in the hands of Liverpool importers having fallen to 58,160 bales, against 880,680 bales held for the like date of 1861. At that time jute had gone up to 70 per cent. and flax 25 per cent. Then came the wildest speculation and the most absurd theories relative to substitutes for cotton. For a time these dreamy projects formed material for prosy leaders in the public papers, and ground-work for solemn platitudes in private circles. Every week brought out some strange proposition; but so bewildered by the utter stagnation of business were the people connected with the trade, ...
SUMMARY: Looking for anomalies distributed in DMV territory, we reviewed 78 fetal MR imaging examinations performed at our institution reporting unequivocal cerebral clastic lesions. We selected 3 cases, all of which had severe cardiocirculatory failure and parenchymal frontoparietal WM hemorrhagic lesions with characteristic fan-shaped distribution. Brain edema and other signs of venous hypertension were also evident. Our data suggest that in utero transient venous hypertension may be responsible for the onset of atypical frontal-located PVL.. ...
Cuscuta indecora var. indecora, a dicot, is an annual herb or vine (parasitic) that is native to California and is also found elsewhere in North America and beyond. ...
INTRODUÇÃO: O mecanismo de proteção das vias aéreas consiste na inibição reflexa da respiração, fechamento do esfíncter glótico, elevação e anteriorização laríngea. Na fase faríngea da deglutição, o deslocamento...
The mapping and functional analysis of quantitative traits in Brassica rapa can be greatly improved with the availability of physically positioned, gene-based genetic markers and accurate genome annotation. In this study, deep transcriptome RNA sequencing (RNA-Seq) of Brassica rapa was undertaken with two objectives: SNP detection and improved transcriptome annotation. We performed SNP detection on two varieties that are parents of a mapping population to aid in development of a marker system for this population and subsequent development of high-resolution genetic map. An improved Brassica rapa transcriptome was constructed to detect novel transcripts and to improve the current genome annotation. This is useful for accurate mRNA abundance and detection of expression QTL (eQTLs) in mapping populations. Deep RNA-Seq of two Brassica rapa genotypes-R500 (var. trilocularis, Yellow Sarson) and IMB211 (a rapid cycling variety)-using eight different tissues (root, internode, leaf, petiole, apical ...
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Used in Ayurveda, Unani and Sidha. Whole plant juice poisonous, emetic, purgative, given for abortion, bilious- ness, fevers, jaundice and hematuria; a decoction of fruits of Emblica officinalis with roots of Solanum indicum and stems of Cuscuta reflexa given in influenza; salted plant juice given in vomiting and purulent discharge from vagina; bark extract of Alstonia scholaris with Cuscuta reflexa and bark of Rhamnus napalensis given to kill intestinal worms; plant infusion as a wash for sores; ash of burnt plant applied to treat cuts, warts and wounds; in polio, ashes ground in mustard oil and the affected part is massaged with the medicated oil; whole plant paste applied to cure swelling of the testicle, reddening of the eyes, to relieve body pain, boils and head- ache; whole plant with Centella asiatica and Vitex peduncu- laris powdered with black peppers given to avoid childbirth; Mallotus philippensis stem bark decoction together with Cuscuta reflexa , stem bark of Mangifera indica and ...
Mucilage is extruded from the bark of Pseudolarix amabilis and Abies nephrolepis upon injury. The aim of this study was to characterize the structure and chemical contents of mucilage extruded from mucilage cells (MCs) in the bark of these species. A large number of MCs containing translucent or dark materials in their lumina were observed in the secondary phloem of P. amabilis and A. nephrolepis. The translucent or dark materials in MCs stained positive with ruthenium red and PAS, indicating the presence of polysaccharides. The average length and diameter of MC in P. amabilis were 1500 μm and 254 μm, respectively, and the corresponding values for A. nephrolepis were 419 μm and 166 μm. Chemical analysis of low molecular weight fractions prepared from mucilage by HPAEC-PAD showed sucrose, glucose and fructose peaks, and in addition galacturonic acid and fucose peaks. Furthermore, 1H NMR spectra for the high molecular weight fraction showed the signals characteristic of pectin. This demonstrates that
D. reflexa var. angustifolia has the ability to grow in a mixture of both shade and sun, both inside and outside the home. If planted outside, it needs to be located in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 10b and above because of the fact that most tropical plants cannot survive frost or winter.[15] Additionally, it would prefer to have some shelter during the hot afternoon sun if planted outside in direct sunlight. Tolerant of different soil types, it thrives in organic fertile soil that is well drained.[15] Once a mature plant is established, it is quite drought-tolerant, but for peak health will require a moderate amount of water. If planted indoors, the soil should be kept evenly moist. Depending on the amount of water and frequency, it is recommended to water a plant once or twice per week. Fertilizer is not required, but small dosages in the early spring and summer will keep it well-nourished.[citation needed]. Typically any indoor plant disease rarely affects D. reflexa var. ...
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Early root growth is one of the functions of the apical meristem located near the tip of the root. The meristem cells more or less continuously divide, producing more meristem, root cap cells (these are sacrificed to protect the meristem), and undifferentiated root cells. The latter become the primary tissues of the root, first undergoing elongation, a process that pushes the root tip forward in the growing medium. Gradually these cells differentiate and mature into specialized cells of the root tissues.[9]. Growth from apical meristems is known as primary growth, which encompasses all elongation. Secondary growth encompasses all growth in diameter, a major component of woody plant tissues and many nonwoody plants. For example, storage roots of sweet potato have secondary growth but are not woody. Secondary growth occurs at the lateral meristems, namely the vascular cambium and cork cambium. The former forms secondary xylem and secondary phloem, while the latter forms the periderm.[citation ...
Cuscuta, Semen - TU SI ZI Dosis: 10-30g/Tag Cuscuta bewirkt auf Zellebene eine Verminderung der Produktion und Ablagerung von oxidativen Stoffwechselprodukten. Dies wirkt sich allgemein auf den Alterungsprozeß aus und im Besonderen bei Schwerhörigkeit, Immunschwäche, Hyperpigmentierungen, grauen Haaren, grauem Star und Krebs. Es hat zudem hormonähnliche Wirkungen bei Spermienmangel, Unfruchtbarkeit, vorzeitigem Samenerguß, androgenem Haarausfall, Osteoporose,…
This work comprises the prediction, description and explanation of genetic variation between the Isle of Wight and the southern English mainland, and within the Island itself. A review of the archaeological and historical evidence does little to support the belief that the Isle of Wight was colonised by any particularly distinct population such as the Jutes; nor does it indicate that isolation of the Island from the mainland has been complete enough to permit random differentiation between them. Social and economic differences within the Island might possibly give rise to genetic heterogeneity through differential migration or random effects. Demographic studies of the modern population confirm that genetic differences from the mainland are unlikely. The distribution of blood groups, isoenzymes and serum proteins substantiates the prediction of no difference between Island and mainland. Within the Isle of Wight a difference in ABO frequencies is observed between long-established families and ...
The seabed under the second breakwater is irregular, with areas of hard granite near the shore and a mix of boulders, gravel and clay at the seaward end. Rather than trying to shape the bedrock to fit the breakwater, Dyce Cay decided to adapt the structure to suit the rock by forming its foundation with bags of concrete. Jute bags filled with wet concrete were deposited from skips holding from 5.1 to 16.3 tonnes of concrete, by opening the skip hopper once it was in the right place. The bag dropped out and was tamped into position by divers ...
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the aetiology of an outbreak of haemorrhagic syndrome (hs) in a commercial broiler flock was examined. at a rearing farm, 596 of 6376 chicks (9.3%) in a flock were culled with depression and increased mortality from 12 to 26 days of age, with a peak at 16 to 19 days of age. most of the affected chicks examined had haemorrhagic lesions of the muscles, atrophic changes of the lymphoid organs and aplastic bone marrow. chicken anaemia agent (caa) was isolated from the livers of all the 21 chicks exa ...
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Chap 1:. Focus on 5 types of microorganisms(m/o) (refer to my class notes). -their labelling,habitat,nutrients they need,breed. -factors affecting the growth of m/o i.e nutrient,humidity,light,pH and Temperature. -USAGE ON M/O in this fields:(refer to my class notes). (you also need to explain a bit with at least 2 examples ok?). -food digestion(in herbivors or termites). -food industry(bread/cakes/cookies etc). -waste treatment(indah water/sewage etc). -producing medicines(vitamis c,insulines etc). -decaying process(living organisms decay etc). -leather indutries(jutes,handbags etc. -Nitrogen fixing bacteira. -Composting. -DISEASES CAUSED BY M/O:(refer to my class notes). -you need to remember at least 2 types of diseases then focus on way it spread,symptoms to patient and finally cured for it(refer to my notes early of this year). -you also need to remember the methods of sterilisation such as Boiling,Antiseptics,Autoclave and Disinfectans. -remember the ways how diseases are transfered such ...
Hemorrhagic lesions induced by polyoma virus in newborn or adult hamsters have been microscopically analyzed. There was no evidence of endothelial necrosis, but the most characteristic feature was proliferation of endothelial cells. Emboli of liver and tumor cells occurred frequently in the lung, even though the possibility of primary tumors in this organ could not be excluded. Nine out of 22 liver hemangioendotheliomas (eight from young animals and one from an adult) and five out of twelve lung lesions (four from young animals and one from an adult) could be successfully grafted in adult animals that were not preconditioned. Eight out of nine tumors have been serially transplanted and are now between the eighth and thirteenth transfer. These tumors present the histological picture of a hemangiosarcoma accompanied by active mesenchymal tissue proliferation, probably of host origin, with capillary angiomas, monocytic cell infiltration, and hemosiderin deposition. Some of the transplantable tumors ...

Corchorus | plant genus | Britannica.comCorchorus | plant genus | Britannica.com

Corchorus: Genus of some 40-100 species of flowering plants of the hibiscus, or mallow, family (Malvaceae). The bark of C. ... Corchorus, genus of some 40-100 species of flowering plants of the hibiscus, or mallow, family (Malvaceae). The bark of C. ... either of two species of Corchorus plants- C. capsularis, or white jute, and C. olitorius, including both tossa and daisee ...
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Corchorus depressus in Flora of Pakistan @ efloras.orgCorchorus depressus in Flora of Pakistan @ efloras.org

Corchorus antichorus Raeusch*Corchorus prostratus Royle. A mat-forming, prostrate, much branched woody perennial. Stem ... Corchorus depressus (Linn.) Stocks in Proc. Linn. Soc. 1:367. 1848. Christensen in Dansk. Bot. Arkiv 4(3):34. 1922; Tackholm, ...
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Corchorus capsularis L. (C22) :: Swingle Plant Anatomy Digital ArchiveCorchorus capsularis L. (C22) :: Swingle Plant Anatomy Digital Archive

Digitized images of microscopic slices of Corchorus capsularis L. (C22) plant structures that were stained and permanently ...
more infohttp://merrick.library.miami.edu/cdm/compoundobject/collection/swingle/id/1746/rec/79

Corchorus capsularis | Article about Corchorus capsularis by The Free DictionaryCorchorus capsularis | Article about Corchorus capsularis by The Free Dictionary

Find out information about Corchorus capsularis. name for any plant of the genus Corchorus, tropical annuals of the family ... Many species yield fiber, but the chief sources of... Explanation of Corchorus capsularis ... redirected from Corchorus capsularis). Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical. jute. (jo͞ot), name for any plant of the ... 1. either of two Old World tropical yellow-flowered herbaceous plants, Corchorus capsularis or C. olitorius, cultivated for ...
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Medicinal Plants: Cuscuta reflexa, Giant Dodder, kodiyar kundal, Swarna lata, Amarvalli,Medicinal Plants: Cuscuta reflexa, Giant Dodder, kodiyar kundal, Swarna lata, Amarvalli,

stem and Corchorus olitorius Linn. seed on male reproductive system of mice Pa, D.K., M. Gupta, and U.K. Mazumder, Oriental ... stem and Corchorus olitorius L. seed in male mice Pal, D.K., et al., Drug Metabolism Reviews, 2003. 35: p. 210-210.. 187. ... stem and Corchorus olitorius Linn. seed in mice Gupta, A., et al., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2003. 89(1): p. 55-59.. 81. ... stem and Corchorus olitorius Linn. seed in mice Gupta, M., et al., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2003. 89(1): p. 55-59.. 87. ...
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Corchorus - WikispeciesCorchorus - Wikispecies

Genus: Corchorus Species: C. aestuans - C. capsularis - C. hirtus - C. neocaledonicus - C. olitorius - C. orinocensis - C. ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Corchorus&oldid=5876854" ...
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Corchorus - WikipediaCorchorus - Wikipedia

Corchorus olitorius is used mainly in the cuisines of southern Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and West Africa, Corchorus ... The fibers from Corchorus (known as jute) are the most widely cultivated vegetable fiber after cotton. Corchorus leaves are ... "The Corchorus (Jute) Pages". Malvaceae Info. Retrieved September 10, 2011. "Corchorus L". Germplasm Resources Information ... The leaves of Corchorus have been a staple Egyptian food since the time of the Pharaohs and it is from there that it gains its ...
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Corchorus walcottii - WikipediaCorchorus walcottii - Wikipedia

Corchorus walcottii, commonly known as woolly corchorus, is a shrub species in the family Malvaceae. It is endemic to Australia ... "Corchorus walcottii". Australian Plant Name Index (APNI), IBIS database. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian ... "Corchorus walcottii". FloraBase. Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife. Mueller, Ferdinand (1863). "A ...
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Corchorus fascicularis in Flora of Pakistan @ efloras.orgCorchorus fascicularis in Flora of Pakistan @ efloras.org

Corchorus fascicularis. Illustration. Credit: Shaukat *Corchorus brachycarpus Guill. & Perr.. Annual, suberect, 50-60 cm tall ... Corchorus fascicularis Lam., Encyc. Method. Bot. 2:104. 1786. DC., Prodr. 1:505. 1824; Masters in Oliv., l.c. 263; in Hook. f ...
more infohttp://www.efloras.org/florataxon.aspx?flora_id=5&taxon_id=250064394

Corchorus capsularis | definition of Corchorus capsularis by Medical dictionaryCorchorus capsularis | definition of Corchorus capsularis by Medical dictionary

What is Corchorus capsularis? Meaning of Corchorus capsularis medical term. What does Corchorus capsularis mean? ... Looking for online definition of Corchorus capsularis in the Medical Dictionary? Corchorus capsularis explanation free. ... redirected from Corchorus capsularis). Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia. jute. see corchorus olitorius. ... Corchorus capsularis , definition of Corchorus capsularis by Medical dictionary https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary. ...
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Corchorus capsularis L. (C22) :: Swingle Plant Anatomy Digital ArchiveCorchorus capsularis L. (C22) :: Swingle Plant Anatomy Digital Archive

Digitized images of microscopic slices of Corchorus capsularis L. (C22) plant structures that were stained and permanently ...
more infohttp://merrick.library.miami.edu/cdm/compoundobject/collection/swingle/id/1746/rec/27

Detection and identification of a  Candidatus phytoplasma aurantifolia-related strain (16SrII-A subgroup) associated with...Detection and identification of a ' Candidatus phytoplasma aurantifolia'-related strain (16SrII-A subgroup) associated with...

... a phyllody that is typical of phytoplasma infection was observed on Corchorus aestuansplants in Haikou, Hainan Province, China ... Corchorus aestuans phyllody phytoplasma Phylogenetic tree Candidatus phytoplasma aurantifolia-related strain This is a ... Khan MSY, Bano S, Javed K, Mueed MA (2006) A comprehensive review on the chemistry and pharmacology of Corchorus species-a ... In September 2015, a phyllody that is typical of phytoplasma infection was observed on Corchorus aestuans plants in Haikou, ...
more infohttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10327-018-0773-8

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy - phytochemical screening, antioxidant and cytotoxic activity of different...Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy - phytochemical screening, antioxidant and cytotoxic activity of different...

Key words: Phytochemical analysis, antioxidant activity, cytotoxic activity, Corchorus olitorius, morphotypes, Benin. ... Corchorus olitorius L. which belongs to Tiliaceae family is a cultivated herbaceous plant highly consumed as traditional leafy ... Corchorus olitorius L. which belongs to Tiliaceae family is a cultivated herbaceous plant highly consumed as traditional leafy ... Phytochemical screening, antioxidant and cytotoxic activity of different morphotypes of Corchorus olitorius L. leaves in the ...
more infohttps://academicjournals.org/journal/JPP/article-abstract/1E33D0859707

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy - phytochemical screening, antioxidant and cytotoxic activity of different...Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy - phytochemical screening, antioxidant and cytotoxic activity of different...

Key words: Phytochemical analysis, antioxidant activity, cytotoxic activity, Corchorus olitorius, morphotypes, Benin. ... Corchorus olitorius L. which belongs to Tiliaceae family is a cultivated herbaceous plant highly consumed as traditional leafy ... Phytochemical screening, antioxidant and cytotoxic activity of different morphotypes of Corchorus olitorius L. leaves in the ...
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De novo transcriptome sequence and identification of major bast-related genes involved in cellulose biosynthesis in jute ...De novo transcriptome sequence and identification of major bast-related genes involved in cellulose biosynthesis in jute ...

There are almost 60 species in the genus Corchorus. Among these, white jute (C. capsularis) and dark jute (C. olitorius) are ... 11] conducted the bast transcriptomes of a deficient lignified phloem fibre mutant and its wild-type jute (Corchorus capsularis ... Origins of white (Corchorus capsularis L.) and dark (C. olitorius L.) jute: a reevaluation based on nuclear and chloroplast ... 11] reported a comparative bast transcriptomes from a deficient lignified phloem fibre mutant and its wild-type jute (Corchorus ...
more infohttps://bmcgenomics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12864-015-2256-z

Get PDF - Effect of sowing date and nitrogen level on seed yield of white jute (Corchorus capsularis) and tossa jute (C....Get PDF - Effect of sowing date and nitrogen level on seed yield of white jute (Corchorus capsularis) and tossa jute (C....

Measurement of leaf area per plant of white jute corchorus capsularis and tossa jute corchorus olitorius using the average ... Reproduction of tossa daisee jute d hybrid corchorus olitorius d corchorus capsularis d. Sind University Research Journal ( ... Measurement of leaf area per plant of white jute (Corchorus capsularis L.) and tossa jute (C. olitorius L.) using the average ... Effect of moisture regimes and level of fertilizer application on yield and water requirement of jute (Corchorus olitorius L. ...
more infohttps://eurekamag.com/research/002/817/002817753.php

Detection and identification of a  Candidatus phytoplasma aurantifolia-related strain (16SrII-A subgroup) associated with...Detection and identification of a ' Candidatus phytoplasma aurantifolia'-related strain (16SrII-A subgroup) associated with...

... a phyllody that is typical of phytoplasma infection was observed on Corchorus aestuansplants in Haikou, Hainan Province, China ... Corchorus aestuans phyllody phytoplasma Phylogenetic tree Candidatus phytoplasma aurantifolia-related strain This is a ... Khan MSY, Bano S, Javed K, Mueed MA (2006) A comprehensive review on the chemistry and pharmacology of Corchorus species-a ... In September 2015, a phyllody that is typical of phytoplasma infection was observed on Corchorus aestuans plants in Haikou, ...
more infohttps://rd.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10327-018-0773-8

Análisis morfológico y morfométrico del polen de Corchorus, Heliocarpus, Luehea, Mollia y Triumfetta (Malvaceae, Grewioideae)...Análisis morfológico y morfométrico del polen de Corchorus, Heliocarpus, Luehea, Mollia y Triumfetta (Malvaceae, Grewioideae)...

MAMBRIN, Mónica V.; AVANZA, María M. y FERRUCCI, María S.. Morphological and morphometrical pollen analysis of Corchorus, ... To test if that structural variation could have taxonomic value, pollen morphology of 16 species of the genera Corchorus, ...
more infohttp://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_abstract&pid=S0011-67932010000100005&lng=es&nrm=iso&tlng=en

Corchorus olitorius - Useful Tropical PlantsCorchorus olitorius - Useful Tropical Plants

Corchorus olitorius is a Annual/Perennial up to 3.50 metres tall.. It has edible, medicinal and miscellaneous uses.. Known ...
more infohttp://temperate.theferns.info/plant/Corchorus+olitorius

BACILLUS/CORCHORUS OLITORIUS LEAF FERMENT FILTRATE Cosmetic Ingredient (INCI)BACILLUS/CORCHORUS OLITORIUS LEAF FERMENT FILTRATE Cosmetic Ingredient (INCI)

BACILLUS/CORCHORUS OLITORIUS LEAF FERMENT FILTRATE ingredient for cosmetics formulations - find latest products launched and ... BACILLUS/CORCHORUS OLITORIUS LEAF FERMENT FILTRATE BACILLUS/CORCHORUS OLITORIUS LEAF FERMENT FILTRATE is classified as : *Skin ... Bacillus/Corchorus Olitorius Leaf Ferment Filtrate is the filtrate of the product obtained by the fermentation of the leaves of ...
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Phenotypic diversity, uses and management of local varieties of Corchorus olitorius L. from central Benin	Phenotypic diversity, uses and management of local varieties of Corchorus olitorius L. from central Benin

Corchorus olitorius L. is a grown traditional leafy vegetable that contributes highly to food and nutritional security and to ... Corchorus olitorius L. is a grown traditional leafy vegetable that contributes highly to food and nutritional security and to ... Analyse des systèmes de commercialisation de la corète potagère (Corchorus olitorius L.) produite à Agbédranfo au Sud-Ouest du ... Genetic evaluation and characterization of jute (Corchorus spp. L) genotypes using dus Parameters. SAARC J. Agri 10(2), 147-153 ...
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In vitro hepatoprotective activity of Corchorus depressus L. against CCl4 induced toxicity in HepG2 cell lineIn vitro hepatoprotective activity of Corchorus depressus L. against CCl4 induced toxicity in HepG2 cell line

Aim: To evaluate in vitro hepatoprotective activity of ethanolic extract from Corchorus depressus (CDEE) against CCl4 induced ... Pareek A, Godavarthi A, Nagori BP. In vitro hepatoprotective activity of Corchorus depressus L. against CCl4 induced toxicity ... Pareek A, Godavarthi A, Nagori BP. "In vitro hepatoprotective activity of Corchorus depressus L. against CCl4 induced toxicity ... In vitro hepatoprotective activity of Corchorus depressus L. against CCl4 induced toxicity in HepG2 cell line. Pharmacognosy ...
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Commonly known as jute, Corchorus capsularis is a tropical plant from which the fiber is extractedCommonly known as jute, Corchorus capsularis is a tropical plant from which the fiber is extracted

Corchorus capsularis is a tropical plant from which the fiber is extracted. Together with cotton, they are the two most ... Several species can be exploited to produce it, but the mainly used are the Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus olitorius. Jute ... Commonly known as jute, Corchorus capsularis is a tropical plant from which the fiber is extracted. Together with cotton, they ... Jute is also the name of the textile fibers extracted from another similar plant, Corchorus olitorius. ...
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Commonly known as jute, Corchorus capsularis is a tropical plant from which the fiber is extractedCommonly known as jute, Corchorus capsularis is a tropical plant from which the fiber is extracted

Corchorus capsularis is a tropical plant from which the fiber is extracted. Together with cotton, they are the two most ... Several species can be exploited to produce it, but the mainly used are the Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus olitorius. Jute ... Commonly known as jute, Corchorus capsularis is a tropical plant from which the fiber is extracted. Together with cotton, they ... Jute is also the name of the textile fibers extracted from another similar plant, Corchorus olitorius. ...
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EFFECT OF SPACING ON QUALITY AND YIELD OF JUTE MALLOW (Corchorus olitorius) PHENOTYPES IN KENYA
							| African Journal of...EFFECT OF SPACING ON QUALITY AND YIELD OF JUTE MALLOW (Corchorus olitorius) PHENOTYPES IN KENYA | African Journal of...

EFFECT OF SPACING ON QUALITY AND YIELD OF JUTE MALLOW (Corchorus olitorius) PHENOTYPES IN KENYA * David K.L Rutto University of ... They are at times given various names depending on their where about grown, for example, Corchorus olitorius is also known as ... Rutto, D., Omami, E., Ochuodho, J., & Ngode, L. (2018). EFFECT OF SPACING ON QUALITY AND YIELD OF JUTE MALLOW (Corchorus ...
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  • Corchorus leaves are consumed in the cuisines of various countries. (wikipedia.org)
  • The leaves of Corchorus have been a staple Egyptian food since the time of the Pharaohs and it is from there that it gains its recognition and popularity. (wikipedia.org)
  • It is produced from plants in the genus Corchorus, which was once classified with the family Tiliaceae, more recently with Malvaceae, and has now been reclassified as belonging to the family Sparrmanniaceae. (gov.bd)