Mucuna deeringiana


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Synonyms for Mucuna deeringiana

the annual woody vine of Asia having long clusters of purplish flowers and densely hairy pods

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In the LV-BR and LV-BR farms, in the winter season, the land is left fallow and occasionally cultivated with wheat; and in the LV-PG, besides com and soybean, the crop rotation system includes a wide range of green manures species (Crotalaria breviflora, Crotalaria juncea, Cajanus cajan, Mucuna deeringiana and Pennisetum glaucum, in the summer, and wheat, black oats, rye and vetch, in the winter).
The oil from Mucuna deeringiana seeds is rich in essential fatty acids, which comprise the omega-3 and omega-6 family (AJAYI et al., 2006; EZEAGU et al., 2005).
In this context, this study aims to investigate the extraction of Mucuna deeringiana oil using supercritical carbon dioxide as solvent under different conditions of extraction and quantification of the oils obtained in terms of fatty acids.
Treatments with mixed maize and nescafe (Mucuna deeringiana Bort.) crops were included in both cycles.
Physicochemical Characteristics of Nescafe (Mucuna deeringiana Bort): The total biomass weight results were disparate, as observed in Fig.
Os tratamentos foram: rua no limpo o ano todo; vegetacao espontanea manejada; testemunha com cobertura seca de capim-braquiaria (Brachiaria decumbens) e coberturas de aveia-preta (Avena strigosa), chicharo (Lathyrus sativus) ou de tremoco-branco (Lupinus albus) no outono-inverno, de marco/abril a outubro, ate a colheita de sementes, seguidas de cobertura de mucuna-ana (Mucuna deeringiana), na primavera-verao, de outubro a marco, para fitomassa.
As especies utilizadas foram mucuna ana (Mucuna deeringiana (Bort.) Merr.) e crotalaria juncea (Crotalaria juncea L.), semeadas com espacamento de 40 cm entrelinhas, capim moa (Setaria incana L.), milheto (Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R Br) e pe-de-galinha gigante (Eleusine gracilis Salisb), semeadas com espacamento de 20 cm entrelinhas, e um mix de todas as especies, semeado a lanco.
De las alternativas evaluadas, la fertilizacion nitrogenada con 3 fraccionamientos y el uso de mucuna (Mucuna deeringiana) como abono verde entre ciclos del cultivo fue la mas rentable, con un valor actualizado neto "VAN" y un valor esperado de la tierra "VET" de 3031 y 33346 US.$ [ha.sup.-1], respectivamente.
Split nitrogen fertilization, with 3 applications, and the use of velvet bean (Mucuna deeringiana) as green manure between rice crop cycles, resulted in the most profitable alternative, with Net Present Value "NPV" and "Land Economic Value "LEV" of US.$ [ha.sup.-1] 3031 and 33346, respectively.
The highest Mg content was observed in Crotalaria juncea; however, it was statistically different only from Mucuna deeringiana, which reported the lowest content (Table 1).
Regarding the order of N release from residues, it was found, in decreasing order: Crotalaria spectabilis > Canavalia ensiformes > Crotalaria juncea > Cajanus cajan > Dolichos lablab > Mucuna deeringiana (Table 3).
For reintroduction of the consortia to the soil and reduction of the incidence of wilt in chili pepper (Capsicum annuum), the rhizosphere of a crop rotation (Mucuna deeringiana or Pachyrizus erosus) was used asa vehicle in the second cycle.
(2005), em solo rizosferico de mucuna-ana (Mucuna deeringiana), ocorreu queda na producao de C[O.sub.2], explicada pelo provavel efeito toxico provocado pelas doses mais elevadas do herbicida tebutiuron sobre a microbiota.
El de rotacion maizfrijol terciopelo (Mucuna deeringiana), practicado por los Chontales de Tabasco, con naturaleza supresora de suelos contra enfermedades de la raiz en el cultivo de maiz.
Nas areas de milho/feijao e beringela/milho, no periodo anterior a instalacao dessas culturas, eram plantadas mucuna cinza (Mucuna pruriens), mucuna ana (Mucuna deeringiana), Crotalaria spectabilis e Crotalaria juncea, consorciadas com a cultura principal.