Musa paradisiaca

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Synonyms for Musa paradisiaca

a banana tree bearing hanging clusters of edible angular greenish starchy fruits

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2014) with plant extracts of Coccinia indica, Musa paradisiaca, Danae racemosa, Eugenia jambolana, and Phoenix dactylifera, respectively, proved to be highly efficient in recovering testosterone levels, with rates very close to and even higher than control group.
Table 2 Cytotoxicity in mammalian cell of sterols isolated from the fruit peel of Musa paradisiaca.
1972) Carbohydrate Metabolism in Musa paradisiaca Next Term.
The aims of the study are to determine the physical and chemical composition of Musa paradisiaca and Musa sapientum pseudostem wastes in other to ascertain it suitability or otherwise for preparation of pulp for paper making, preparation of cellulose derivatives and sugar(glucose).
Hypoglycemic effect of methanolic extract of Musa paradisiaca (Musaceae) green fruits in normal and diabetic mice.
Comparacion de los componentes quimicos obtenidos en el pseudotallo de Musa paradisiaca con los del Pinus caribaea va r.
Of the 22 plants, two (rice--Oryza sativa and wheat--Triticum aestivum) are common edible plant products in Bangladesh and the rest (apart from Brassica campestris, Raphanus sativus, Manihot esculenta, Maranta arundinacea, Artocarpus heterophyllus, Moringa oleifera, Musa paradisiaca, Setaria italica, Corchorus capsularis, and Corchorus olitorius) obtained from the wild.