Ceratonia


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Noun1.Ceratonia - carobs
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Caesalpinioideae, subfamily Caesalpinioideae - alternative name in some classification systems for the family Caesalpiniaceae
carob bean tree, carob tree, Ceratonia siliqua, algarroba, carob - evergreen Mediterranean tree with edible pods; the biblical carob
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Ltd., which contains galactomannans (plant reserve carbohydrates present in large quantities in the endosperm of the seeds of many leguminosae such as Ceratonia silique).
Over at Newbury in the listed Radley Stakes, Ceratonia (3.55) can take advantage of the drop in grade with the drop back to 7f considered a plus for the Charlie Applebytrained filly.
Fabrice Chappet's filly stayed unbeaten when dismissing the talented Ceratonia in a course and distance Group 3 and she remains firmly on the upgrade.
THURSDAY: Rising stayer Pilaster could get her first try at Group 2 action in the Park Hill Stakes at Doncaster while Godolphin's exciting Ceratonia could go for the May Hill Stakes.
Of the two fillies with racecourse experience, Queen Constantine could arguably have finished closer to the wellregarded Ceratonia at Ascot with a clearer run.
ASCOT: 1.50 Ceratonia, 2.25 Lost In Alaska, 3.00 Mancini, 3.35 PREENING (NAP), 4.10 Atty Persse, 4.45 Vibrant Chords, 5.15 Awesome.
Effect of a daily supplementation of polyethylene glycol on intake and digestion of tannin-containing leaves (Quercus calliprinos, Pisticia lentiscus and Ceratonia siliqua) by goats.
Ivanov et al., "Nutritional and antioxidant potential of carob (Ceratonia siliqua) flour and evaluation of functional properties of its polysaccharide fraction," Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, vol.
Honeys from Limassol consisted of wild rosemary (Teucrium creticum), Rhus coriaria, Onopordum acanthium, Thymus spp., Heliotropium europaeum, Eucalyptus, Ceratonia, and Opuntia ficus-indica.
Evaluation of variability to drought and saline stress through the germination of different ecotypes of carob (Ceratonia siliqua L.) using a hydrotime model.