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Noun1.Lagenaria - bottle gourds
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
Cucurbitaceae, family Cucurbitaceae, gourd family - a family of herbaceous vines (such as cucumber or melon or squash or pumpkin)
bottle gourd, Lagenaria siceraria, calabash - Old World climbing plant with hard-shelled bottle-shaped gourds as fruits
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Antihyperlipidemic effect of the methanolic extract from Lagenaria siceraria Stand.
Al profuso ajuar que acompanaba al esqueleto 3 (Tabla 3 y Figura 2) se suma un fragmento de pericarpio de calabaza, el cual hemos determinado por analisis anatomico como Lagenaria siceraria (AFD 2360/IIT 4624).
There are many types of gourds in the cucurbit, or gourd, family, Cucurbitaceae, but our focus will be on the bottle gourds, Lagenaria spp.
Cucumeropsis mannii Naudin et Lagenaria siceraria (Molina) Standl.
Prasad, Alleviation of Diabetes Induced Dyslipidemia by Lagenaria siceraria Fruit Extracts in Human Type 2 Diabetes, J.
Sus hojas eran deshidratadas al sol y almacenadas -hasta un ano- dentro de sus viviendas en recipientes confeccionados con frutos de Lagenaria siceraria.
Host Common name 1 Ocimum sanctum Tulsi 2 Parthenium hysterophorus Aster (white top weed) 3 Raphanus sativus Radish 4 Unknown Ornamental Ornamental 5 Manihot esculenta Tapioca 6 Hibiscus cultivar Hibiscus 7 Gossypium hirsutum Cotton 8 Cucumis sativus Cucumber 9 Solanum melongena Eggplant 10 Brassica oleraceo Cabbage 11 Musa acuminata Banana 12 Phaseolus vulgaris Common beans 13 Brassica oleraceo Cabbage 14 Brassica oleraceo Cabbage 15 Lablab purpureus Hyacintha beans 16 Abelmoschus esculentum Okra 17 Citrullus la not us Watermelon 18 Lycopersicon seculentum Tomato 19 Gossypium hirsutum Cotton 20 Lagenaria sice rana Bottle gourd 21 Lycopersicon esculentum Tomato 22 Musa acuminta Banana 23 Luffa spp.
Similarly, in a study on Lagenaria siceraria, Ahmad and Jabeen (2005) reported that foliar application of potassium nitrate counteracted the salt induced growth inhibition in rice plants.
In vitro antioxidant activity and quantitative estimation of phenolic content of Lagenaria siceraria.
The gourd mentioned in both the Qur'an and the Bible as shading the prophet Jonah from the sun may have been the common trailing plant we know as "bitter gourd", Citrullus colocynthis, familiar in rawdhats and oases all over this country, but more likely it was the fast-growing climber Lagenaria siceraria or "bottle gourd".