Eruca


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Homogenized seeds of Eruca sativa (Taramira), Ricinis communis (Arund) and Brassica compastris (Sarson) showed antibacterial activity against S.
To address this question, we analyzed the impact of Erucin-containing plant extract from Eruca sativa seeds and isolated Erucin on viability as well as on activation and effector function status of healthy lymphocytes or T cell subsets from the human circulation.
As temperaturas de 25, 30 e 35[degrees]C e o substrato sobre vermiculita proporcionaram as maiores porcentagens de germinacao de sementes de Eruca sativa Mill.
Rocket, or salad rocket, eurgala, rucola or roquette as it sometimes called, is of course a member of the brassica family and goes by the Sunday name of Eruca vesicaria.
It was first found in enzymatically hydrolysed glucoside extracts of Eruca sativa Mill.
Clonal diversity and distribution in Stenocereus eruca (cactaceae), a narrow endemic cactus of the Sonora deserti.
tournefortii, Capsella bursa-pastoris, Eruca sativa, Hirschfeldia incana, Raphanus raphanistrum, Rapistrum rugosum, Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum, Sisymbrium irio), y pocas de ellas son nativas de Mexico (Descurainia virletii, Halimolobos berlandieri, Lepidium schaffneri, Lesquerella argyraea, Lesquerella fendleri, Rorippa pinnata).
The cloth is then brought back to the workshop and generously soaked in Eruca sativa seed oil (Jambe ka tel).
Capitata 96 [+ ou -] 0,45 a Citrullus lanatus 80 [+ ou -] 1,00 a Eruca sativa 100 [+ ou -] 0,00 a Lactuca sativa cv.
Comunidad de Diplotaxis tenuifolia y Eruca sativa (*) (*) Incluidos en el esquema sintaxonomico como comunidad hasta tanto se defina el rango sintaxonomico que corresponda.
Daphne gnidium +, Phagnalon rupestre +, Eruca vesicaria +, Carex hallerana + y Piptatherum miliaceum + en 1; Santolina canescens +, Berberis hispanica +, Crataegus monogyna +, Prunus spinosa +, Thapsia villosa + y Rosa corymbifera + en 2; Rhamnus lycioides +, Phlomis lychnitis 1 y Cytisus fontanesii + en 3.