Parkia


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Synonyms for Parkia

genus of tropical Old World trees: nitta trees

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They declared: 'These observations show that Parkia biglobosa helps to prevent complications of diabetes hence, could be recommended as a part of the diet of diabetic patients.'
In the guinea savanna, the staple foods are 'Bambara' beans which are cooked overnight or take 6 hours to cook; the 'dawadawa'(Parkia biglobosa) which normally takes 2 days to cook; the hides or 'old cow' which also takes a longer time to cook, all with the same fuel type- firewood.
Applications of differential scanning calorimetry in developing cryopreservation strategies for Parkia speciosa, a tropical tree producing recalcitrant seeds.
Asimismo, la capacidad de fijacion de nitrogeno de esta bacteria en leguminosa ( Parkia roxburghii) fue reportado por Singh y Mazumder (23).
Aguiyi, "Antiplasmodial activities of Parkia biglobosaleaves: In vivo and In vitro studies," Annals of Biological Researchc, vol.
Leguminosae: Brownea, Bauhinia, Calliandra, Campsiandra, Cowellocasia, Heterostemon, Inga, Macrolobium, Macrosamanea, Parkia, Peiranisia, Piptadenia, Swartzia, Sweetia, Tachigalia, Taralea, Zygia.
y Chrysopogon zizanioides) y arboreas de rapido crecimiento (Acacia mangium, Enterolobium ciclocarpum, Parkia nitida, Samanea saman y Swietenia macrophylla).
Therefore, both green and senescent leaves of this species have higher N contents compared to the N contents in Dipteryx odorata, Parkia decussata and S.
Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using extract of Parkia speciosa Hassk pods assisted by microwave irradiation.
The dominant tree types are Lannea microcarpa, Adansonia, and Parkia biglobosa, with heights between 3 and 5 m and spacing of 30 to 40 m apart [14].
The soils of the study area are basically Alluvial and Luvisols, which supports growth of tree species such as Khaya spp., Parkia biglobosa, Delonix regia, Eucalyptus spp., Azadirachta indica, and Gmelina arborea [16].
Traore, "Comparative study of leaf and stem bark extracts of Parkia biglobosa against enterobacteria," African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines, vol.