indian mustard


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Synonyms for indian mustard

Asiatic mustard used as a potherb

leaves eaten as cooked greens

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Wang AS, Ping HU, Emily BH, Katie LR, Anil S, Tony LP, Frank M H and JG Terry Impact of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea) and flax (Linum usitatissimum) seed meal applications on soil carbon, nitrogen, and microbial dynamics.
Response of canola and Indian mustard to sowing date in risky Australian environment.
coli [gamma]-ECS and -GSH synthetase in Indian mustard enhance the Cd accumulation than wild type (Zhu et al.
Mustard germplasm in Sri Lanka further demonstrated that they were genetically distant from Indian mustard lines and the German mustard line (Zem).
Pickering I J, Prince RC, George MJ, Smith RD, George GN, Salt DE (2000) Reduction and coordination of arsenic in Indian mustard.
A study published in the 2000 edition of Food Chemistry magazine reported that Indian mustard sprouts grown using enriched cultivation produced concentrations of iron, zinc and chromium greater than concentrations found in mineral-rich vegetables purchased from a local market.
At the time of writing, the main commercial release in Australia is Roundup Ready (herbicide tolerant) cotton, but other cultivars are: Victoria--canola, Indian mustard, grapes; ACT--clover; New South Wales--cotton, Indian mustard; Queensland--cotton, sugarcane, pineapple, papaya; Northern Territory--cotton; South Australia--peas, canola, Indian mustard; Western Australia--cotton; Tasmania--canola, clover, Indian mustard, poppy.
2-Propenyl was the predominant glucosinolate in Indian mustard (F-E75) shoots and an even larger concentration of benzyl glucosinolate was found in Herbcress shoots, with a smaller but still sizeable concentration in the Herbcress roots.
CHLOROPHYLL DEFICIENCY IN INDIAN MUSTARD (BRASSICA JUNCEA): AN ASSESSMENT OF PLANT TOLERANCE TO METAL POLLUTANTS IN SOIL.
They're also sowing sugar beet, sunflowers and Indian mustard to see if they have the same effect.
For 2 years, Phytotech scientists have been removing cesium and strontium from soil on one-quarter acre of the Chernobyl site by growing Indian mustard (Brassica juncea).
01) effect of plant density and rate of nitrogen application on Indian mustard plant height (PH )at maturity was observed in this study, while the interaction effect for nitrogen rate x plant density was not significant for plant height (Table 1).
Indian mustard (Brassica juncea) and sunflower (Helianthus annuus) are most promising for metal removal from water.
Cadmium Bioaccumulation in Collard and Indian Mustard Plants.
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