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Noun1.Cajanus - erect densely branched shrubby perennials of Old World tropics; naturalized in other warm regions
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
cajan pea, Cajanus cajan, catjang pea, dahl, dhal, pigeon pea, pigeon-pea plant, red gram - tropical woody herb with showy yellow flowers and flat pods; much cultivated in the tropics
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Several herbs where found to have antidiabetic and/or antihyperlipidemic effects including Aegle marmelos, Allium cepa, Nigella sativa, Trigonella foenum, Rosmarinus officinalis, Matricaria chamomilla, Cajanus cajan, Aloe vera, and Swertia chirata.
Two species microbial consortium for growth promotion of Cajanus cajan.
Propiedades funcionales de las harinas de leguminosas (Phaseolus vulgaris y Cajanus cajan) germinadas", Revista Interciencia, Vol.
The effects of salinity on nitrogen fixation and trehalose metabolism in mycorrhizal Cajanus cajan (L.
673, Panicum maximum (local), Pennisetum purpureum, Vetiveria zizanoides) and eleven legumes (Aeschynomene histrix, Cajanus cajan, Centrosema pubescens, Chamaecrista rotundifolia, Gliricedia sepium, Leucaena leucocephala, Moringa oleifera, Mucuna utilis, Stylosanthes hamata, S.
Las harinas de hojas de arbustos como Giiricidia sepium, Morus aiba y Cajanus cajan son alternativas a los granos, para reducir el costo de la alimentacion, en la crianza de animales monogastricos (1).
En la presente investigacion--de tipo documental--se recopilo y analizo la informacion existente sobre el Cajanus cajan (L.
065% Table 2: Distribution of pulses tested Common name Other names Scientific Name Red Gram Dal ARHAR/ Cajanus Cajal/Leril Masur dal esculanta moench/Leril Culinaris medik/Ervem lens Linn.
Cajanus scarabaeoides (fausse pistache marronne), the wild pigeon pea, is native to Madagascar and could have been introduced from there by enslaved Malagasy and would certainly have been recognised and perhaps used by them (Category 1), but the name also refers to the 'real' pigeon pea, Cajanus cajan (so Category 3 is also possible).