cruciferous plant


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Akhtar, (2006) suggested that at the level of peak production, buffaloes get stress of mineral imbalance which is further intensified by pregnancy and late stage of gestation and finally coincides with ingestion of cruciferous plants in winter season resulting in development of disease (Heuer and Bode, 1998).
In cruciferous plants, MY is more important due to its enzymatic hydrolysis function for glucosinolates and the generation of isothiocyanate beneficial to human health (Keck et al., 2004).
rapae was found abundant from October to May namely on cruciferous plants associated with B.
The diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (L.) (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) is a cosmopolitan pest which causes heavy damage to cruciferous plants, especially in cabbage, both in Brazil (CASTELO BRANCO et al., 1996; FRANCA & MEDEIROS, 1998), and elsewhere (TALEKAR & SHELTON, 1993; GODIN & BOIVIN, 1998).
Still other papers report on the chemopreventive effects of black tea, ginseng, ginkgo biloba, inulin-derived prebiotics, cruciferous plants, and soy.
The invention further relates to the use of the nucleotide sequence in the sense or antisense orientation to inhibit the expression of the plant gene corresponding to the CJAS1 sequence as a means to alter seed metabolism in plants, particularly cruciferous plants, more particularly Brassica species, to generate seeds with reduced fiber content and/or altered seed coats.
noted that diamondback moth attacks all the cruciferous plants; however, it exhibited a marked preference for cauliflower and cabbage.
Cruciferous plants are recommended to prevent or reduce prostate cancer risk (Kristal and Lampe, 2002).
If you are growing peas close to plots which have contained cruciferous plants such as cabbage, check them over and look for mottled silvery patches on the leaves.
Try eating more good mood foods including wholegrain bread, wholegrain cereals such as porridge, brown rice, pearl barley, oatcakes and unsweetened breakfast cereals, root vegetables, cruciferous plants such as broccoli, cauliflower and Chinese leaves, legumes, pulses and beans, fish, white meat, and fresh and dried fruit.
Try eating wholegrain bread and cereals such as porridge, brown rice, pearl barley, oatcakes and unsweetened breakfast cereals, root vegetables, cruciferous plants such as broccoli, cauliflower, legumes, pulses and beans, fish, white meat, fresh and dried fruit.
Crop injury in canula, rapeseed, or mustard fields usually occurs along field margins when beetles move in the after cruciferous plants in adjacent fields are either consumed or controlled.
Cruciferous plants, eg: broccoli, cauliflower and Chinese leaves l Legumes, eg: lentils and kidney beans
The exact pathogenesis is not yet known however associated risk factors include ingestion of cruciferous plants, saponin from berseem, dietary phosphorous deficiency, decreased serum copper and selenium whereas increased molybdenum (Pirzada et al., 1989; Radostits et al., 2007; Neto et al., 2007; Brechbuhl et al., 2008).
Our soups contain health-promoting cruciferous plants such as broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and Brussels sprouts.