Oil seeds Cyanide Tannin Oxalate Trypsin content content content Inhibitor mg HCN/100gm g/100g g/100g Activity (TIA) Percent inhibition Helianthus 4.175 0.651 0.113 ND annuus LSF-11 Helianthus 4.026 0.623 0.098 ND annuus LSF-8 Carthamus 3.458 0.511 0.079 ND tinctorius PBNS-12 Carthamus 3.730 0.530 0.085 ND tinctorius PBNS-40 Arachis
4.818 0.412 0.180 ND hypogaea JL-24 Oil seeds Haemagglutinin Haemagglutinin Haemagglutinin Activity Activity Activity (on Chicken (on Goat (on Human +O Blood Group) Blood Group) Blood Group) Helianthus 1:16 1:32 1:8 annuus LSF-11 Helianthus 1:8 1:16 1:2 annuus LSF-8 Carthamus ND ND ND tinctorius PBNS-12 Carthamus ND ND ND tinctorius PBNS-40 Arachis
ND 1:8 ND hypogaea JL-24 ND- not detected.
Biochemical studies have been conducted in callus culture of Arachis
Although peanuts are a common major crop, they have unusual properties, e.g., being one of the few plant species (Arachis
) forming underground flowers, that have not been thoroughly investigated.
- This project was designed to introgress root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne arenaria (Neal) Chitwood) resistance through backcross breeding into the commercially available peanut (Arachis
hypogea L.) cultivar 'Tamrun 96' using Marker Assisted Selection (MAS) as the primary selection tool.
Seven lectins were used in this study: Wheat germ agglutinin (WGA), concanavalin A (Con A), Lens culinaris (LcH), Glycine max (SBA), Arachis
hypogaea (PNA), Lotus tetragonolobus (LTA).
O delineamento experimental adotado foi o de blocos ao acaso em esquema fatorial 3 x 2, sendo tres especies forrageiras (Arachis
pintoi, Axonopus catharinensis e Lotus uliginosus cv.
This strange little relative of our peas and beans, Arachis
hypogea, has a rather odd way of developing its seeds.
The scientific name for peanuts is Arachis
Isotretinoin (Roaccutane [R]) capsules include arachis
oil, which is extracted from peanuts.
Five plant varieties were collected and identified as Vigna unguiculata, Phaseolus mungo, Glycine max, Pisum sativam, and Arachis
Five commercial samples of standardized soy dry extract, homogeneously suspended in arachis
oil, were administered per os in serial doses (125-4150 mg/kg bw/day) to immature female rats for 3 days.
Se utilizaron 72 conejos Nueva Zelanda x California de 45 dias de edad, alimentados con dietas que contenian 30% de follaje de leucaena (Leucaena leucocephala), naranjillo (Trichanthera gigantea), morera (Morus alba), mani forrajero (Arachis
pintoi) y batata (Ipomoea batatas).