Sesban


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n.1.(Bot.) A leguminous shrub (Sesbania aculeata) which furnishes a fiber used for making ropes.
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A rare kaernpferol trisaccharide antitumor promoter from Sesbania sesban. Pharmazie 1991;46(9):679-680.
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.
These include Hagenia abyssinica, Urera hypselodendron, Vernonia myriantha, Lepidotrichilia volkensii, Euphorbia candelbrum, Maytenus gracilipes, Croton macrostachyus, Erythrina brucei, Agarista salicifolia, Solanum incanum, Polysphaeria parvifolia, Sesbania sesban, Myrsine melanophloeos, Asparagus africanus, Pittosporum viridiflorum, Myrsine africana, and Hypericum revolutum.
and Sesbania sesban trees in southern Ethiopian soils are metabolically and genomically diverse," Soil Biology & Biochemistry, vol.
On top of this, backyard forage development with sesbania (Sesbania sesban), elephant grass (Pennisetum purpureum), and other forage trees will be implemented.
Umasankari, "Evaluation of anticancer activity of ethanol extract of Sesbania grandiflora (Agati Sesban) against Ehrlich ascites carcinoma in Swiss albino mice," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
In Kenya, some tribes grow neem (Azadirachta indica) and or other plants they consider to have repellence property such as Euphorbia balsamifera, Sesbania sesban, and Cissus purpurea near animal housing for the purpose of repelling ticks [67].
Intercropping of Sesbania (Sesbania sesban) and leucaena (Leucaena leucocephala) with five annual grasses under semi-arid conditions as affected by inoculation with specific rhizobia and associative diazotrophs.
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.