Sesamum indicum

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The Effects of Piper Guineense versus Sesamum Indicum Aqueous Extracts on Lipid Metabolism and Antioxidants in Hypercholesterolemic Rats.
33) [2] and antiulcer property [3]; Achyranthes aspera and Sesamum indicum herbal ash extract salts possess anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-oxidant and wound healing properties [4,5]; The above mentioned salt prepared of Achyranthes aspera (Kshar, pH:10.
2014), in which the aqueous extracts of mature leaves and roots of Lafoensia glyptocarpa (Lythraceae) inhibited root growth, and this was correlated with a decrease in metaxylem cell size in Sesamum indicum (Pedaliaceae) seedlings.
The present study is a pilot to evaluate menstruation upon Sesamum indicum L.
INTRODUCTION: From the eastern part of India, a plant called sesamum indicum which produces oval seeds, from which the term sesamoid is derived (1).
This work has shown that significant improvement in the nutritional composition of Sesamum indicum seed can be attained through fermentation of the seeds in banana leaf and plastic (high density polyethylene) bowl.
Efeitos de formulacoes granuladas de diferentes produtos quimicos e a base de folhas e de sementes de gergelim, Sesamum indicum, no controle de formigueiros de Atta sexdens rubropilosa Forel, 1908 (Hymenoptera: Formicidade).
Efeito do uso da farinha desengordurada do Sesamum indicum L nos niveis glicemicos em diabeticas tipo 2.
KEYWORDS / DNA Markers / Genetic Variability / RAPD / Sesamum indicum /
The effect of drought stress on germination and early growth of Sesamum indicum seedlings under laboratory conditions.
As she narrates, she has treated most of her clients using a suppository which she prepares at home from the following components: Nigella sativa, Cuminum cyminum, Sesamum indicum, Cicer arietinum, Ervum lens, honey, Myristica fragrans with Nerium oleander, Trigonella foenum-graecum, Cherry prunus, and a piece of unwashed wool (Figures 1, 2, and 3).