horse gram

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Synonyms for horse gram

twining herb of Old World tropics cultivated in India for food and fodder

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Isolation of pathogens: Surveys were conducted to collect diseased plants of Clusterbean (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba), Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), Moth bean (Vigna aconitifolia) and Horse gram (Macrotyloma uniflorum) from Jodhpur, Jaipur and Bikaner Districts of Rajasthan during the months of August and September, 2011.
Two week old plants of arid legumes i.e., clusterbean, cowpea, moth bean and horse gram, were then inoculated with conidial suspension of specified isolate (from which it was originally isolated) at the base by disturbing the soil.
To perform analysis of molecular variance (AMOVA), the 52 isolates of root pathogens from arid legumes were divided into four populations based on the arid legume crop from which they were isolated i.e., population one (clusterbean), population two (horse gram), population three (cowpea) and population four (moth bean).
For example, population one (32 isolates of Clusterbean), population two (two isolates of horse gram), population three (eight isolates of cow pea), and population four (10 isolates of moth bean).
The largest distance was recorded between population two (horse gram) and three (cowpea) and the least between the population one (Clusterbean) and population four (moth bean).
In the present study, thirty Bt like colonies were identified on agar plates from soil samples of Black gram, green gram and horse gram. Further these colonies were stained with Coomassie Brilliant Blue stain and observed under bright filed microscope for the presence of crystalline inclusions.
Crops Value of the marginal Total water products (Rs) used (ha cm) Sugarcane 510 1241 Paddy 203 42386 Ground nut 108 11789 Black gram 88 77896 Horse gram 64 84567
Soil from forest is brought and placed in pots, to which barnyard millet flour and horse gram flour is added to help microbes grow.
According to Ayurveda, "It results in serious occlusion of body channels." Radish, garlic, moringa, basil, horse gram, black gram, mango, pomegranate and all sour liquids are incompatible with milk.