Morus alba

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Noun1.Morus alba - Asiatic mulberry with white to pale red fruitMorus alba - Asiatic mulberry with white to pale red fruit; leaves used to feed silkworms
mulberry, mulberry tree - any of several trees of the genus Morus having edible fruit that resembles the blackberry
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Morus alba, commonly known as white mulberry, is a tree which is native of India, China, and Japan.
Con el objetivo de conocer la preferencia de cabras por doce especies forrajeras (Chlorophora tinctoria, Morus alba, Pithecellobium pedicellare, Gliricidia sepium, Guazuma ulmifolia, Cordia alba, Trichantera gigantea, Tithonia diversifolia, Leucaena leucocephala, Moringa oleifera, Azadirachta indica y Samanea saman) se efectuo una prueba de cafeteria a traves de mediciones del consumo de follaje mediante un diseno experimental cuadrado latino con periodo de evaluacion de doce dias en el estado Trujillo, Venezuela.
Here, in her clients Nancy and Tom Crawford's garden, weeping mulberry (Morus alba 'Pendula') frames a lotus pond.
Key words: aqueous extract of Sangzhi (SZ), Morus alba L., [alpha]-glucosidase inhibition, oral carbohydrate tolerance test, blood fructosamine concentration
Heterotermes indicola (Wasmann) for laboratory experiments were collected from Morus alba trees from Model town, Lahore, Pakistan.
Mill., Morus alba L., Piper nigrum L., Calotropis procera (Ait.) Ait.
Kojima, "Ameliorative effects of mulberry (Morus alba L.) leaves on hyperlipidemia in rats fed a high-fat diet: induction of fatty acid oxidation, inhibition of lipogenesis, and suppression of oxidative stress," Bioscience, Biotechnology and Biochemistry, vol.
Mulberries (Morus alba) have been used in traditional oriental medicine throughout world and in particular in China and contain high amounts of anthocyanins [14, 17, 18].