Sesbania grandiflora


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Noun1.Sesbania grandiflora - a softwood tree with lax racemes of usually red or pink flowers; tropical Australia and Asia; naturalized in southern Florida and West Indies
genus Sesbania - small genus of tropical and subtropical leguminous herbs or shrubs or trees
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Synthesis and characterization of zinc oxide and iron oxide nanoparticles using Sesbania grandiflora leaf extract as reducing agent.
Velusamy, "Catalytic reduction of methylene blue using biogenic gold nanoparticles from Sesbania grandiflora L," Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, vol.
Sesbania grandiflora belongs to the family of Fabaceae and commonly known as agati in Tamil and humming bird tree in English, leaf of the plant consumed as a green leaf vegetable in India.
isolated from Sesbania grandiflora inhibited the growth of Staphylococcus aureus and Bacillus subtilis thus showing the antibacterial property of endophytic fungi.
A positive correlation between planting spacings and yield has been reported in literature for various plant species like Sesbania grandiflora, Leucaena leucocephala and Gliricidia sepium (Ella et al., 1989; Blair et al., 1990; StA1/4r et al., 1994).
Evaluacion nutricional de concentrados proteicos de las hojas Sesbania grandiflora Arachis hypogaea utilizadas en dietas de tilapia (OreChromis niloticus).
Sesbania grandiflora also known as agathi belongs to the family Fabaceae.
Similarly, Nguyen (2005) who showed that total VFA were increased by Sesbania grandiflora leaves supplementation.
Other species such as Arachis hypogaea, Lablab purpureus, Sesbania grandiflora, Spartium junceum, and Vicia faba are also species with more than one use (Table 2).
Other new findings of non-conventional plant parts included consumption of fruits of Daemonorops jenkinsianus and Nypa fruticans, seeds of Terminalia catappa, leaves of Coccinia cordifolia, fruits of Pithecellobium dulce, flowers of Sesbania grandiflora, and fruits of Flacourtia indica.