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prop. n.1.(Bot.) A genus of trees of Southern India and Northern Africa. One species (Moringa pterygosperma) is the horse-radish tree, and its seeds, as well as those of Moringa aptera, are known in commerce as ben or ben nuts, and yield the oil called oil of ben.
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Interestingly, several studies have shown that Moringa oleifera has many health benefits.
On the occasion, Mohammad Azeem, Manzool Ali Chandio, MB Khaskheli and Rajesh Maghani also highlighted the importance of Moringa oleifera plant.
Thus, this study aimed to evaluate the performance of evapotranspiration estimation models and the Kc in the different phenological stages of Moringa oleifera, under semiarid conditions, using low-quality, moderately saline water.
4 - - - Markhamia lutea - - - - - Milicia excels - - - - - Moringa oleifera - - - - - Persea americana - - - - - Pinus caribaea - - - 4.
The integrated facility involves the planting of Moringa Oleifera and processing it into power form.
A total of 70 accessions of Moringa oleifera were pooled from the survey and geographical distribution [3] and phenotypic intraspecific variability studies of M.
A novel Moringa oleifera leaf extract can mitigate the stress effects of salinity and cadmium in bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.
Dudley was seen enjoying his meal and very especially his favorite dish 'Murunga' (Drumstick) & Scientific name: Moringa oleifera.
In this regard, it has been reported that leaves extracts of Moringa oleifera (Moringa) have antimicrobial activity against Gram (+) and Gram (-) (Viera et al.
Variation of alkaloid, phenol, flavonoid, and tanin content in Moringa oleifera Lam.
The Moringa oleifera is a tree species probably from India and adapted in the region (Lorenzi, 2000), presenting fast growing and has been used in animal feed.
La literatura reporta diversos centros de origen de Moringa oleifera Lam (Brassicales: Moringaceae), pero todos coinciden en el Oriente Medio; asi el sur del Himalaya, noreste de India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Arabia Saudita y Afganistan, habiendose naturalizado en la mayoria de paises tropicales (Foidl et al.