Tephrosia


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Synonyms for Tephrosia

genus of tropical and subtropical herbs or shrubs: hoary peas

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Tephrosia is well-known as a source of flavonoids, rotenoids, terpenoids, and sterols among their secondary metabolites (Dagne, Yenesew, & Waterman, 1989; Andrei et al.
As an opposite trend, the fermentation for Tephrosia pedicellata and Stylosanthes scabra started quickly and finished quickly (Figure 2, Panel A).
Suliman HB, Wasfi IA, Adam SEI: 1982, The toxic effects of Tephrosia apollinea on goats.
Aeschynomene indica and Tephrosia purpurea (Chaughtai et al.
Farmers successfully reduced the use of dangerous chemicals such as tamaron, rogor, dimethoate 40EC, Methyl Dibromide and DDT and substitute these with local pesticidal plants remedies such as preparations from chillies, marigolds, tephrosia among others.
Hemiptera:Pentatomidae) provocada por extratos de sementes de Tephrosia sp.
auriculata, Croton bonplandianum, Amaranthus spinosus, Tephrosia purpurea, Hyptis suaveolens, Sida spinosa, and Mirabilis jalapa which are capable of effectively suppressing partheniumin natural habitats [34].
The disturbed dry sand prairie was dominated by Eragrostis trichodes, Heterotheca camporum, and Ambrosia psilostachya; the mature dry sand prairie was dominated by Schizachyrium scoparium, Tephrosia virginiana, and Opuntia humifusa (McClain et al.
ciliosa, Salvia lyrata, Stylosanthes biflora, Symphyotrichum patens,, Tephrosia virginiana and Tragia urticifolia.
2006) found that a no-ploughing practice of Tephrosia residues added had no significant effect on emissions of C[O.