Clitoria


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Synonyms for Clitoria

genus of tropical shrubs or vines having pinnate leaves and large axillary flowers

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In a previous study, a cysteine-rich antimicrobial protein (Ct-AMP1) was isolated from the seed of Clitoria ternatea [28] and was shown to possess antifungal and antibacterial activity towards a range of pathogens.
Ten day old germinating seeds of Clitoria ternatea were treated with 0.
Antimicrobial and insecticidal protein isolated from seeds of Clitoria ternatea, a tropical forage legume.
In-vitro anthelmintic activity of root of Clitoria ternatea Linn, Pharmacognosy Magazine, 4(13): 148-150.
Agrotechnics and use of Clitoria ternatea in beef and milk production systems.
Evaluation of Clitoria, Gliricidia and Mucuna as nitrogen supplements to Napier grass basal diet in relation to the performance of lactating Jersey cows.
The plan is for resource-poor farmers to grow Clitoria ternatea in their fields, collect the seeds, extract the protein and apply it to their crops.
Seeds were drilled in furrows in both sides of the ridge using 10, 48 and 12 kg/ha for Rhodes grass, alfalfa and clitoria, respectively.
The subsequent cuts were done at intervals of 35, 40 and 23 days for Rhodes grass, clitoria and alfalfa respectively.
Rhodes grass significantly out yielded alfalfa and clitoria in the combined average yield over the two seasons, Table 1.
The present results show that the methanol extract of Clitoria ternatea (MECTR) possesses a significant antipyretic effect in yeast-provoked elevation of body temperature in rats, and its effect is comparable to that of paracetamol (standard drug).
This study examined the antipyretic activity of a methanol extract of the root of Clitoria ternatea L.
The present study reveals that the root extract of Clitoria ternatea L.
The various extracts of Clitoria ternatea (used by Marma healers to treat boils and itches) possesses anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, insecticidal, anti-pyretic as well as other properties, which has been reviewed by Mukherjee et al (2008), including its use in the Indian system of traditional (Ayurvedic) medicine as a nootropic, anti-stress, anxioloytic, and sedative agent.
The Ayurvedic medicine Clitoria Ternatea--from traditional use to scientific assessment.