Tephrosia


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Noun1.Tephrosia - genus of tropical and subtropical herbs or shrubs: hoary peas
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
hoary pea - a plant of the genus Tephrosia having pinnate leaves and white or purplish flowers and flat hairy pods
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Comparative studies on the yield and chemical composition of Panicum maximum and Andropogon gayanus as influenced by Tephrosia candida and Leucaena leucocephala.
Indigofera, Phaseolus, Stylosanthes, Tephrosia, Zornia y Mimosa.
Babayemi OJ and MA Bamikole Effect of Tephrosia candida DC leaf and its mixtures with Guinea grass on in vitro fermentation changes as feed for ruminants in Nigeria.
According to [133] sunnhemp (Crotalaria juncea), tephrosia (Tephrosia vogelii) and velvet bean (Mucuna pruriens) green manure often resulted in maize yields of 3-6 t [ha.
Impact of fishing with Tephrosia candida (Fabaceae) on diversity and abundance of fish in the streams at the boundary of Sinharaja Man and Biosphere Forest Reserve, Sri Lanka
In the Mangampeta mining area, the predominantly occurring plants are Tephrosia purpurea, Tridax procumbens, Ocimum sanctum, Anisomeles malabarica, Cissus quadrangularis, Kirganelia reticulata, and Citrillus colocynthis, Some important tree species in this area include Pongamia pinnata and Prosopis juliflora, Agricultural lands with paddy and plantations such as banana, lemon, orange, and mango cover the plains around Mangampeta (Raghu, 2001).
Tephrosia purpurea--a magical herb with blessings in human biological system.
scabra, Tephrosia pedicellata) were planted in June 2011.
Tamizaje fitoquimico de extractos metanolicos de Tephrosia vogelii Hook, Chenopodium ambrosoides, Cajanus cajan y Solanum nigrum L.
Biomasa seca y contenido de nutrientes de Cajanus cajan, Crotalaria juncea y Tephrosia candida, empleadas como abonos verdes en cafetales.
The two species and other palatable wild flora were not seen growing outside the fenced farms probably due to the presence of goats, where another species, Tephrosia apollinea, was growing extensively.
with Tephrosia vogelii Hook and a synthetic pesticide against Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in stored maize grain.