Sesamum rigidum Peyr. Monechma genistifolium C.B.Clarke Monechma tonsum P.G. Mey. Sclerochiton harveyanus Nees Sclerochiton ...
Sesamum alatum Thonn. Sesamum indicum L. Sesamum radiatum Schumach. & Thonn. Sesbania bispinosa (Jacq.) W.Wight Sesbania ...
"Entity Display : Sesamum indicum L." ecoport.org. "GRIN #1113". npgsweb.ars-grin.gov. "Entity Display : Sesamum radiatum". ... "Entity Display : Sesamum alatum". Archive.is. 2012-07-12. Archived from the original on 2012-07-12. Retrieved 2018-02-28.CS1 ...
... (/ˈsɛzəmiː/ or /ˈsɛsəmiː/; Sesamum indicum) is a flowering plant in the genus Sesamum, also called benne. Numerous wild ... Bedigian, D (2010). Sesame: The genus Sesamum. CRC Press. p. 400. ISBN 978-1-4200-0520-2. "Sesame (Sesamum indicum L.)". Gernot ... Sesamum has many other species, most being wild and native to sub-Saharan Africa. S. indicum, the cultivated type, originated ... "Sesamum indicum L." Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Bedigian, Dorothea; Harlan, Jack R. (April-June ...
Sesame seeds Sesamum indicum 40. Walnuts Juglans regia Root vegetables have a broad variety of vitamins and minerals. 41. Black ...
Katzer G (17 December 1999). "Spice Pages: Sesame Seeds (Sesamum indicum)". Lahorkar P, Ramitha K, Bansal V, Anantha Narayana ...
Sesame - flowering plant in the genus Sesamum. shiso (seeds, berries) - is the now common name for the Japanese culinary herb, ...
麻 zhīma, sesame (Sesamum indicum) or sesame seeds. (Kroll 2017: 604-605) Zhi has synonyms of lingzhi (靈芝, numinous zhi), yinzhi ...
crispa) Sesame (Sesamum indicum) "Perilla frutescens (L.) Britton". World Checklist of Selected Plant Families (WCSP). Royal ...
ex Stapf, indigenous Genus Sesamum: Sesamum alatum Thonn. indigenous Sesamum capense Burm.f. indigenous Sesamum indicum L. not ... accepted as Sesamum triphyllum Welw. ex Asch. var. grandiflorum (Schinz) Merxm. present Sesamum triphyllum Welw. ex Asch. ... indigenous Sesamum triphyllum Welw. ex Asch. var. triphyllum, indigenous Family Phrymaceae: Genus Mimulus: Mimulus gracilis R. ...
The larvae feed on Henophyton deserti and Sesamum indicum. "GlobIZ search". Global Information System on Pyraloidea. Retrieved ...
Benth and Sesamum radiatum; among others. He has used these products to find remedy to the following: antioxidant and ...
It is considered a minor pest on Sesamum indicum. New Records of Helicoverpa fletcheri Hardwick from the Sudan Gezira and ... Observations on Diapause in the American Bollworm Sesamum indicum info, including pest species v t e. ...
Hopf H, Spanfelner M, Kandler O (1984). "Planteose synthesis in seeds of Sesamum indicum L". Z. Pflanzenphysiol. 114: 485-492. ...
Sesamum mulayanum, Lepidagathis sp, Boerhavia diffusa, Chrozophora sp., and grasses like Cyprus sp., Fimbristylis sp., ...
Castor oil, linseed and sesamum are also grown in Bagalkot. Water supply for irrigation includes reservoirs such as the Kendur ... There are local oil industries and oil refineries which produce oil from groundnuts, sunflower, sesamum orientale, cotton etc. ...
The wilt diseases of cotton and sesamum in India. Agric. J. India, (4)21,268-273, 1pl. 1931. (With G. R. Bisby) The fungi of ...
The fruit produced by the plant is similar to that of Sesamum and is found in the form of a laterally flattened capsule with ... These horns distinguish it from Sesamum that lacks such a feature. False sesame is a dicot native to northern parts of West ... Sesamum indicum). The plant is most commonly cultivated in the African Savannah and other semi-arid areas on the continent and ...
... the major crops being sesamum and groundnut. Other crops grown are rice, millet, maize, sunflower, beans and pulses, tobacco, ...
Jeera, wheat, bajra, kharif pulses, barley, jowar and sesamum are also produced. Bhinmal is the main mandi (market) for ...
Sesame (Sesamum indicum) is the source of sesame seeds. Gallery of Pedaliaceae[edit]. *. ...
At the time of summer solstice, rice, millet, bosporum and sesamum are sown. During winter, wheat is sown. No famines have ever ...
The chief crops raised are rice, gram, millet, beans, peas, sesamum and tobacco. The betel-vine is largely cultivated along the ...
Sesamum indicum lomboy - black plum; Syzygium cumini; duhat in Tagalog macopa - Syzygium samarangense mangga - mango ; ...
Agriculturally Hanamasagar is known for the production of pomegranate, sesamum and other oilseeds. Farmers here are well ...
Cotton is brought in bales from Nablus; barley, and wheat, and sesamum, and Indian corn from Huleh, the Hauran, and Esdraelon. ...
Sesamum indicum), mustard, castor bean, safflower and linseed. Of fibres the most important were cotton, Deccan hemp (Hibiscus ...
In Kharif season bajra, maize, jowar, karif pulses, arhar, sesamum, cotton, and guar are grown. In Rabi season wheat, barley, ...
It is made of pounded 'til' or sesame seeds (Sesamum indicum) and jaggery or sugar. The best tilkut is said to be from Gaya and ...
Rice; Santalum album; Maize; Jatropha, Lucern, Sesamum indicum, Chickpea, Soybean, Fenugreek, Cowpea, Hollyhock, Potato, ...