Sorghum bicolor


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important for human and animal food

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and Sorghum bicolor (L) Moench induce GATA2 expression, which may exert its trans effects on promoter of FBX07 to enhance FBX07 transcription, leading to decreased TRAF2, increased proteasome activities, restored mitochondrial membrane potential, and finally increased cell survival.
Most of the increase in speed of germination and germination rate (less over time) is, And what is certain The presence of 3 or 4 live plants of two weeds sorghum and Artemisia annua or sorghumplant residue root and two Artemisia annua plants caused severe damage and had a tangible effect on Sorghum bicolor germination percentage and speed (3).
High frequency somaticembryogenesis and regeneration in different genotypes of Sorghum bicolor (L.
Basado en lo anterior, el presente trabajo plantea la evaluacion del efecto bioherbicida de extractos de Macrophyllafurcraea Baker (fique), Cyperus rotundus L (coquito), Sorghum bicolor L (sorgo) y Ruta graveolens L (ruda) sobre la germinacion de las semillas del cilantro Coriandrum sativum L y de las malezas Bidens pilosa L (papunga) y Amaranthus dubius Mart (bledo).
Species 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Magnoliopsida Chenopodium murale X Leucaena leucocephala X Ricinus communis X Ulmus parviflora X Liliopsida Chamerops humilis X Washinglonia robusta X X Arundo donax X Cynodon dactylon X X Dactyloctenium aegyptium X Dicanthium annulatum X X X X Dicanthium aristatum X X X X Digitaria bicornis X Eleusine indica X Eragrostis barrelieri X Oplismenus hirtellus X Pennisetum ciliare X X X Sorghum bicolor X Sorghum halepense X X X Urochloa maxima X X X X X X X X X Urochloa mutica X X Urochloa panicoides X X Eichorna crassipes X
Inheritance of glossiness of leaf blades in sorghum, Sorghum bicolor (L.
of sorgoleone, a long-chain hydroquinone produced by Sorghum bicolor.
The name "sweet sorghum" is used to identify special varieties, Sorghum bicolor (L) Moench, whose stalks are sweet and juicy.
In December 2010, Karniyus Gamaniel, director of the Nigerian Institute of Pharmaceutical Research and Development (NIPRD), announced that production of the phytogenic (plant-derived) sickle cell disease (SCD) drug Nicosan (an ethanol/water extract of Piper guineense seeds, Pterocarpus osum stem, Eugenia caryophyllus fruit and Sorghum bicolor leaves) is to resume.
The ethyl acetate extracted products of MR decolorization were dried and dissolve in 10ml sterile distilled water to make final concentration of 300ppm to be used in phytotoxicity assay (11) on seeds of Sorghum bicolor and Pennisteum americanum.
Keywords: Helianthus annuus L; Pennisetum glaucum L; chemical composition; Sorghum bicolor L Moench; Zea mays L
Sudan along with Ethiopia-Eretria area is considered the region of origin of sorghum bicolor, landraces from Sudan has been extensively used in sorghum breeding programs worldwide [6].
Tannin content as a function of grain maturity and drying conditions in several varieties of Sorghum bicolor (L.
1987, Plant regeneration from cultured immature embryos of Sorghum bicolor (L.
In Sorghum bicolor, the exposure to salinity and addition of cytokinins to the root media during the 3 weeks of NaCl pretreatment prevent the capacity to grow at high salinity (Amzallag et al.