Arachis hypogaea


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Synonyms for Arachis hypogaea

widely cultivated American plant cultivated in tropical and warm regions

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This research work includes batch scale removal of Amaranth dye from aqueous solution using Pisum sativum peels and Arachis hypogaea shells.
Utilization of wild relatives in genetic improvement of Arachis hypogaea.
Arachis hypogaea JL-24 have haemagglutinating activity up to the titrated value 1:8, which is in close resemblance with other oil seeds [22].
Lectins used to label the gametes of the various species were as follows: concanavalin A (Con A), wheat germ agglutinin (WGA), Griffonia simplicifolia (GSII), lens culinaris (LcH), or Arachis hypogaea (PNA).
Identification of RADP, SCAR and RFLP markers tightly linked to nematode resistance genes introgressed from Arachis cardenasii into Arachis hypogaea.
Actividad de las fosfatasas acidas y alcalinas (extracelulares e ituracelulares) en hongos de la rizosfera de Arachis hypogaea (Papilionaceae).
Here in North America the annual peanut species grown for its nuts, Arachis hypogaea, needs plenty of warm weather, but you don't have to live in Georgia to grow great goobers.
Anyone with a nut allergy who doesn't know arachis hypogaea is Latin for peanut oil could have a problem.
This means peanut oil, which is included in some cosmetics, would be described as arachis hypogaea.
Tthe effect of sodium chloride on ontogeny flower and yield rate of two cultivar of Arachis hypogaea L.
The hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic effect of aqueous extract of Arachis hypogaea was investigated in normal and alloxan-induced diabetic rats.