Cajanus


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The K content in the biomass of Dolichos lablab was significantly higher than in the other legumes, followed by Crotalaria spectabilis and Canavalia ensiformes, which differed from Cajanus cajan and Crotalaria juncea (Table 1).
With regard to legume forages, the fermentation profiles were more diversified: Cajanus showed the slowest fermentation process: the gas production curve quite flat and the fermentation rate curve similar to a hyperbole.
La inclusion del 5% (p/v) de harina de hojas de Morus aiba, pudiera mejorar el consumo, el comportamiento productivo y la eficiencia en el uso de los nutrientes, en comparacion con la inclusion de Giiricidia sepium y Cajanus cajan, lo que pudiera permitir la sustitucion del maiz y la soya, en la alimentacion del pollo de cuello desnudo.
cajan pertenece al Reino Plantae; Division, Magnoliophyta; Clase, Magnoliopsida; Orden, Fabales; Familia, Fabaceae; Genero, Cajanus; Especie, Cajanus cajan (ROBLEDO, 2010).
The seeds are also known to be consumed in Africa, and the creole name of the related plant Crotalaria uncinella (ambrevatte marron) builds on a Malagasy term referring to the edible Cajanus cajan (see above).
Especie de arbusto leguminoso (Cajanus cajan, Cajanus indi cus)', del ingles criollo limonense gungu 'idem', del kikongo (niger-congo) ngungu 'frijol'.
Antihyperglycemic activity and brine shrimp lethality studies on methanol extract of Cajanus cajan (L.
Differential response of Cajanus cajan varieties to transformation different strains of Agrobacterium.
Corderitos 19 Erythrina edulis Chachafruto 20 Cajanus cajan Guandus 21 Graminea Canna glauca Bandera de Uribe 22 Juglandaceae Juglans neotropica Cedro 23 Lauraceae Persea americana Aguacate 24 Persea coerulea Laurel 25 Melastomataceae Clidemia hirta Bolas de gato 26 Mimosaceae Inga sp.
Debido a la relacion estrecha de los bruquidos y sus plantas hospederas, principalmente leguminosas, estos insectos tienen impacto en las areas agroalimentaria, medicinal, industria confitera, textil y forestal al tener un amplio rango de hospederos de utilidad para el hombre, como es el caso de Caryedon serratus que se alimenta de semillas de los generos Acacia, Bauhinia, Cassia, Piliostigma, Prosopis y Tamarindus; Callosobruchus maculatus ataca especies de Abelmoschus, Acacia, Arachis, Cajanus, Cercis, Cicer, Dolichos, Ebenus, Glycine, Gossypium, Lablab, Lathyrus, Lens, Macrotyloma, Medicago, Phaseolus, Pisum, Pueraria, Sphenostylis, Vicia, Vigna y Voandzeia; Acanthoscelides obtectus y Zabrotes subfasciatus se alimentan de semillas de Phaseolus y Vigna, por mencionar algunas.
9 mg/g protein) is higher than the value of steeped pearl millet (194 mg/g protein; Adeyeye ,2009) soy flour (444 mg/g protein; Paul and Southgate, 1988), and Cajanus cajans (426 mg/g protein; Oshodi et al.