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Freitas et al., "Crystallization and preliminary X-ray diffraction analysis of the lectin from Canavalia gladiata seeds," Acta Crystallographica D: Biological Crystallography, vol.
5 L of test compounds were incubated for 15 minutes at 30 C in 96-well plates along with 25 L of enzyme (Canavalia ensiformis and Bacillus pasteurii urease) solution and 55 L of buffers containing urea (2-24 mM for Canavalia ensiformis and Bacillus pasteurii urease) at pH 6.8 (3 mM sodium phosphate buffer.
La enzima utilizada es la ureasa de Canavalia ensiformis (Jack bean, EC, 5 UI).
Evaluation of growth performance, serum biochemistry and haematological parameters on broiler birds fed with raw and processed samples of Entada scandens, Canavalia gladiata and Canavalia ensiformis seed meal as an alternative protein source.
La Concanavalina A, purificada a partir de semillas de Canavalia ensiformis, suministrada a corderas en crecimiento via oral, a una dosis de 6 mg/kg PV, provoco un efecto positivo durante las 10 sem de evaluacion, tanto en la reduccion de las cargas parasitarias, como en el crecimiento de los animales a pastoreo en condiciones tropicales, por lo cual puede ser recomendado su uso como antihelmintico natural en sistemas similares.
Enforced herbivory on Canavalia ensiformis and Tithonia diversifolia and its effects on leaf-cutting ants, Atta cephalotes.
[13.] Eknayake S, Jansz ER and BN Nair Proximate composition, mineral and amino acid content of mature Canavalia gladiata seeds.
Cavalcanti et al., "Antiproliferative effects of lectins from Canavalia ensiformis and Canavalia brasiliensis in human leukemia cell lines," Toxicology in Vitro, vol.
Seena, "Nutritional and antinutritional significance of four unconventional legumes of the genus Canavalia - A comparative study," Food Chemistry, vol.