'Although mustard green, taken as adjunct, was able to produce a statistically significant decrease in fasting blood sugar compared to those taking metformin alone, the study did not include analysis of phytochemical properties of Brassica
juncea or established concentration of decoction needed to obtain positive results,' said Monica Coralde, fourth-year student at UERMMC.
A significant difference (P<0.05) was observed among NO3 contents of Sorghum bicolor, Pennisetum glaucum, Avena sativa and Brassica
7.4 % which gradually increased as the environment became favorable and the brassica
became mature in the march i.e.
In addition to the extra forage, the brassica
is a useful pest break before a new grass ley is established the following spring.
Similarly, the application of Brassica
triangle of three diploid species and their corresponding amphiploids is an ideal model system for evaluation of homeologous recombination and polyploidization (Snowdon, 2007).
The plant family Brassicaceae is well known as a source of vegetables (e.g., cabbage, turnip, bok choy, mustard greens) but the seeds from some brassica
species also have been a source of oil for more than 4,000 years, with the oil used initially as lamp oil, then as an industrial lubricant, and more recently as edible oil.
I haven't even mentioned the roughly 30 other species of brassica
, most of which produce some relatively obscure forms of cabbage or mustard.
Most of the bulb-producing brassicas
fit this description.
These genes will be used in future breeding programs to pack even more phenolic compounds into broccoli and other Brassica
In the present experiment we used de-oiled cake of Mustard (Brassica
juncea), earthworms species Eisenia foetida and buffalo dung.
napus L.) crop is among the important sources of edible oil in Pakistan.
One act guaranteed to raise a smile and the temperature are the Lewisham ska-crew Chainska Brassica
, who play in Cluny 2 on March 4.
Raya [Brassica juncea (L.) Czern.] germplasm included in the Brassica
breeding program for the development of canola type verities was screened for quality traits.
oleracea (Brassicaceae) is a perennial plant up to 2 meters high, with broad, glaucus leaves of up to 40 cm in rosette at the apex of a thick rounded stem.
This innovative nutraceutical ingredient was born out of research from scientists at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and further developed into a growing commercial opportunity by Brassica
Protection Products LLC.