bottle gourd

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Old World climbing plant with hard-shelled bottle-shaped gourds as fruits

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Effect of Lagenaria siceraria fruit extract (Bottle gourd) on hepatotoxicity induced by antitubercular drugs in albino rats.
DRY BOTTLE GOURD CURRY Wash 500g bottle guard, peel and cut in small cubes.
Similar trends of results were obtained by Punithaveni (2015) who reported that 'Green long' cucumber grafted onto bottle gourd rootstock took least average number of days (6.75) for graft union fusion and recorded highest success percentage (85%) with hole insertion grafting and Dhivya (2014) reported that grafting TNAU Tomato hybrid CO-3 on S.
8-10 French beans -- steamed and minced A' cup each, grated bottle gourd, carrot and cauliflower 1 cup boiled and mashed potatoes A'tsp cumin seeds, 1tsp coriander powder 1tsp amchoor (dried mango powder), 1tsp salt 2tsp minced ginger, 2 green chillies -- minced 1 egg slightly beaten, A- cup refined flour 1 cup bread crumbs, oil for deep frying
element-invisibleBusiness ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1The organic seed production area for tomato, eggplant, squash, ampalaya, bottle gourd, sponge gourd, mustard, okra, pole sitao, and cowpea consists of a three-hectare land inside BPI-LBNCRDC.The harvested organic seeds were conserved for future use and a significant amount of seeds was distributed to farmer groups in partner areas and to other interested individuals.
'Meanwhile, the increase on the value of losses in high-value crops is mainly attributed to assorted vegetables [pole sitao, squash, okra, upland kangkong, bottle gourd, bitter gourd, string beans eggplant and pechay] in Region 8,' he said.
From last decade host range of ToLCNDV has increased enormously, now it has been reported from potato (Usharani et al., 2004), Hibiscus cannabinus (Raj et al., 2007; Srivastava et al., 2016), papaya (Raj et al., 2008), eggplant (Pratap et al., 2011) okra (Venkataravanappa et al., 2011), and several cucurbitaceous vegetables like ivy gourd, ridge gourd, cucumber, bitter gourd, pumpkin, long melon, bottle gourd, watermelon and chayote in India (Mandal et al., 2004; Sohrab et al., 2006, 2010; Tiwari et al., 2010).
There evidently was a lot of meat, vegetables like papaya and bottle gourd along with spices like cinnamon, sandalwood, nutmeg and the local favourite yellow chilly.
and Varma, A., Chlorotic curly stunt: a severe begomovirus disease of bottle gourd in Northern India.
A crepe - French style, not one of the many variations of the pancake made in the Indian sub-continent - filled with the enigmatic bottle gourd, was pleasant if unexciting.
Samples were collected from seven of each bottle gourd and watermelon plants grown in Riyadh and Hail regions of Saudi Arabia in May, 2012 showing symptom suspected to be virus infection and analyzed by a double antibody sandwich against bottle gourd and watermelon viruses.
Medella is a premium food label that specializes in production and manufacture of a varied range of specialty products made from nutritious ingredients like amla, bael, jamun, wheat grass, bottle gourd and bitter gourd.
He likes a lot of dal curry with bottle gourd. In fruits, he likes pomegranate, moosambi and grapes.
A Mediterranean platter of vegetable and seafood delights, a French platter, and an Ayurvedic baked platter with stuffed bottle gourd marinated in tangy mustard tofu-crumble cumin curry sauce plus an oat bread pudding scented with cardamom, are also available.
elaterium) and bottle gourd (Lagenaria siceraria (Molina) Stadl.)] was investigated.