Ricinus communis


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Synonyms for Ricinus communis

large shrub of tropical Africa and Asia having large palmate leaves and spiny capsules containing seeds that are the source of castor oil and ricin

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Here the work partly done by our predecessors on Brassica campestris (Sarson), Ricinus communis (Arund) and Eruca sativa (Taramira) was extended further to determine the components of these oils responsible for antibacterial activity.
Host plant(s): Althea rosea (6, 7, 11); Galinosoga perviflora (11); Ricinus communis (11); Rosa indica (3, 6, 7, 11); Rosa chinensis (1, 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7, 8,9, 11, 12,13, 14, 15); Rumex acetosa (1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 11); Sonchus asper (3, 6, 7, 11); Sonchus oleraceous (6, 7, 11); Tagetes minuta (11) and Viola biflora (8, 11).
2014) describieron en bovinos el consumo de limbo foliar (lamina de la hoja) de Ricinus communis L.
Fresh leave of Ricinus communis L were separated from the plant rinsed with running tap water to remove dust/sand particles and dried in gloom for several weeks.
Among these feedstocks, castor oil, obtained from Ricinus communis L.
En este trabajo se estudiaron los efectos letales y sub-letales de extractos etanolicos de Ricinus communis, Annona squamosa y Eucalyptus globulus por su potencial para afectar el crecimiento poblacional de la mosca blanca, T.
Cauliflora Coliflor Hylocereus undatus Pitahaya Mangifera indica Mango Spondias purpurea Jocote de corona Anacardium occidentale Jocote maranon Spathiphyllum blandum Gushnay Jacaranda mimosifolia Jacaranda Bur ser a simaruba Indio desnudo Chenopodium ambrosoides Ap azote Cucurbita fid folia Pepitoria Sechium edule Guisquil Cupressus lusitanica Cipres Equisetum hyemale Cola de caballo Ricinus communis Higuerillo Crotolaria longirostrata Chipilin Inga spp.
Many other plants like Ricinus communis (Euphorbiaceae), Solanum jasminoides (Solanaceae), Bougainvillea glabra (Nyctaginaceae) and Capparis spinosa (41-42) had also shown to act as future alternative for the control of sandflies.
Lectin from Ricinus communis and pellitorine, a petroleum ether extract, from Piper guineense male roots had insecticidal activity (Gbewonyo and Candy, 1992; Alvarez Montes de Oca et al.
The castor plant, which is called Ricinus communis, is found throughout the world and is fairly easy to extract.
Other plants that caused poisoning in this region are Peganum harmala, Mandragora automnalis, Carthamus tinctorius, Warionia saharae, Ricinus communis and Rosmarinus officinalis.
Ricinus communis was observed in the present study to be used for treatment of diarrhea, but in the previous study for treatment of lesions on the tongue.
Yes, oil comes from the very large castor oil plant, Ricinus communis, which can grow up to 40ft tall.