The placement of lectin binders Canavalia
ensiformis (Con-A) and Triticum vulgaris (WGA) in the hypothalamic tissue was investigated, and it was determined that there was a change in the amount and location of the lectins after application.
In the second experiment 12 treatments were distributed in a 4 x 3 factorial design, with four copper doses and three plant genotypes (Canavalia
ensiformis, Mucuna cinereum and M.
The plots, with three replications each, were 12 x 4 m installed in the direction of slope (23%), with the following treatments: bare soil (BS), olive tree cultivated on bare soil (OBS), olive tree intercropped with jack bean (Canavalia
ensiformis) (OJB), olive tree intercropped with Pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) (OML), and olive tree cultivated with spontaneous vegetation (OSV).
aerialis was obtained on jack bean Canavalia
ensiformis (L.) DC.
eridania had a shorter pupal stage when fed on velvet bean Stizolobium aterrimum, pigeon pea Cajanus cajan, jack bean Canavalia
ensiformes, oilseed radish Raphanus sativus and sunn hemp Crotalaria juncea at ambient temperatures (Jesus et al., 2013).
Studying green manure in organic production of lettuce, using velvet bean (Mucuna pruriens (L.) DC), jack bean (Canavalia
ensiformis (L.) DC.), crotalaria (Crotalaria spectabilis Roth), dwarf pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan cv.
Lectins from Cratylia floribunda (CFL), Dioclea violacea (DVL), and Canavalia
gladiata (CGL) were purified as previously reported [19-21].
Functional, physicochemical and retrogradation properties of sword bean (Canavalia
gladiate) acetylated and oxidized starches.
In Jul 2007, the area was previously cultivated with a mixture of green manures (seeds obtained from the local market): Crotalaria juncea L., Raphanus sativus L., Avena sativa L., Stizolobium aterrimum Piper & Tracy, Canavalia
ensiformis (D.C.) and Lolium multiflorum Lam.