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Synonyms for gnetum

small tropical tree with tiered branches and divaricate branchlets having broad glossy dark green leaves

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The storage of starch in roots of Gnetum gnemon is considerable (Figs.
The results of this study revealed that the blood sugar lowering effect of Gongronema latifolium, Pterocarpus santalinoides, Ocimum gratissimum, Pterocarpus mildbraedii and bitter leaf was comparable to that obtained for glibenclamide (standard anti-diabetic drug) while Gnetum africanum and Piper guineense did not show significant ability to lower blood sugar.
Etienne et al., "Intake of Gnetum Africanum and Dacryodes Edulis, imbalance of oxidant/antioxidant status and prevalence of diabetic retinopathy in Central Africans," PLoS One, vol.
The project objectives among others are to establish one afang (gnetum africanum) and one snail farm at Creek Town Beech community within 18 months as a Sustainable Livelihoods option which is in line with the CBR+
resinosa, Y09611), (80%, Zamia fischeri, KC899695.1), GGM9 (76%, Gnetum gnemon, AJ132215.1), GbMADS3 (76%, G.
Many nontimber forest products are collected; the main ones are fumbua (Gnetum africanum), Marantaceae leaves, honey, mushrooms, and wildlife.
Melinjo Resveratrol is a natural, unaltered resveratrol source extracted from the seeds of the melinjo (Gnetum gnemon) tree.
Gnetum bucholzianum belongs to the gnetaceae family usually with climbing jointed stems (1).
y Gnetum ula Brongn en la India (Pirozynski y Patil, 1970), posteriormente fue reportado para Australia en hojas muertas no identificadas (Sutton, 1980).
Some traders in the Bamenda market dried their vegetables such as huckleberry (Solanum scabrum), bitterleaf (Vernonia sp.), and eru (Gnetum spp.), using electrical box driers [14].
Development of gelatinous (reaction) fibers in stems of Gnetum gnemon (Gnetales).
In the lowlands, fibre from the bark of the tu-lip (Gnetum gnemon) is reported as having been the most commonly used material (Kelm & Kelm 1980: 178; Kooijman 1962: 21), although Phaleria sp.