finger millet


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Synonyms for finger millet

East Indian cereal grass whose seed yield a somewhat bitter flour, a staple in the Orient

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Finger millet and sorghum contain high content of minerals and vitamins [16].
Therefore present study different plant part extracts were tested for their efficacy under in vitro and in vivo condition against Pyricularia grisea, the blast pathogen of finger millet.
Genetic variation, heritability and path analysis in Ethiopian finger millet (Eleusine coracana (L.
Minister Ogwaro explained that an assessment conducted by her ministry and partners shows that these areas found good for growing cereals like maize, sorghum, finger millet, and rice.
ISLAMABAD, September 21, 2011 (Balochistan Times): According to scientists research daily platter food like finger millet dosa, soybean chutney, sesame ladoo or rasgulla helps supplement calcium deficiency.
Equally encouraging results have been found for these crops in other countries and for other crops, such as chickpea in India and Bangladesh [11,19] upland rice in India [11] and finger millet in India [16].
Recipe from Conscious Foods - makers of guilt-free snacks and crackers includingh Brown Rice Dippers, Finger Millet Dippers, Sesame Soya Sticks, lightly spiced with cumin, Coconut Nuggets, with gram and dates, Sesame Chews, with black and white sesame seeds and Peanut Chews.
RAGI or finger millet could be the answer to the food woes of diabetics, new research suggests.
Differential response of Pyricularia grisea isolates from rice, finger millet and pearl millet to media, temperature, pH and light.
Agricultural Research Service agronomist Melanie Newman is the curator for finger millet and other warm-season cereals, forages, and turfgrasses.
For example: Diet: 'Beer, often made from finger millet, is popular in both rural and urban areas' (p.
8 million collaborative grant from the National Science Foundation to study the genetics of finger millet an important crop that promotes food security in eastern Africa and Magnaporthe oryzae, the fungal pathogen that causes blast disease in finger millet.
Equally encouraging results have been found for these crops in other countries, and for other crops, such as chickpea in India and Bangladesh [11,19] upland rice in India [11] and finger millet in India [16].