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n.1.(Bot.) A leguminous shrub (Sesbania aculeata) which furnishes a fiber used for making ropes.
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The leaves of Seshania sesban were collected during July 2008 from the Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri, Maharashtra, India.
The National Company for Coal and Sesban Wood Production started to implement the first-of-its-kind plant to produce coal and wood in the industrial zone of Hodeidah governorate worth $5 million.
Saponin containing plants: Bagpod, Coffee weed, Purple sesban, Rattlebox, Soapwort
2008a) noted that methane suppressing effects of saponins from Sesbenia sesban and fenugreek were profound in concentrate-based diets compared with roughage based diets.
sesban, una arbustiva tropical, pero a los 42 dias, la concentracion de AGV es similar a la obtenida antes de suplementar con este arbusto forrajero.
Biesalski, "Effect of traditional processing methods on the antioxidant, a-amylase and aglucosidase enzyme inhibition properties of Sesbania sesban Merrill seeds," CyTA--Journal of Food, vol.
Khan MA (2006) Effect of green manure Sesbania sesban and nitrification inhibitor encapsulated calcium carbide (ECC) on soil mineral-N, enzyme activity and nitrifying organisms in a rice-wheat cropping system.
Multilocus sequence analyses reveal unnamed Mesorhizobium genospecies nodulating Acacia species and Sesbania sesban trees in Southern regions of Ethiopia.
A preliminary study has also confirmed antinociceptive activity of Sesbania sesban L.