black mulberry

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: mulberry - European mulberry having dark foliage and fruitblack mulberry - European mulberry having dark foliage and fruit
mulberry, mulberry tree - any of several trees of the genus Morus having edible fruit that resembles the blackberry
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The present study was planned to evaluate efficiency of black mulberry syrup, calcium-phosphate solution, and chlorhexidine gluconate-benzydamine hydrochloride solution on the prevention and treatment of oral mucositis seen in patients undergoing stem cell transplantation.
L), Black Mulberry (Morus nigra L.) and Himalayan Mulberry (Morus laevigata) were selected from the mulberry orchards of the newly developmental agricultural farm of the University of Agriculture Peshawar and stored at 1AdegC.
The royal mom of three complemented her outfit with a pair of Tod's courts and a matching black Mulberry suede clutch and tights.
The fig (Ficus carica L., 2n=2x=26, diploid, CONDIT, 1928) and black mulberry (Morus nigra L., 2n=22x=308, decosaploid, AGAEV; FEDOROVA, 1970; BASAVAIAH et al., 1990) belong to the Eusyce section and Moreae tribe, respectively, of the Urticales order Moraceae family which comprises 37 genera and approximately 1,100 species.
It proved to be a challenging task to blend stunning contemporary architecture with the existing Grade II listed country house of Hinxton Hall, which included incorporating the Kitchen Garden wall of the original house and moving a 45 tonne rare black Mulberry Tree, requiring two cranes and 18 hours to complete.
Utilization of the black mulberry fruit with a high phenolic is one alternative for the treatment of acne.
Fresh black mulberry fruits (Morus alba L.) were obtained from Zhejiang province, China.
Morus nigra (Black mulberry) is widespread in Northern India, Pakistan and Iran, Studies have been reported on the nutritional potentials of mulberry species (Ercisli and Orhan, 2007).
"Now he no longer acknowledges us," she said, sitting in the shadow of a black mulberry tree in her garden.
Ali Saadat said that the directorate, in cooperation with Ministry of Environment, had planted nearly 500 pine seedlings in Maalula town as part of a daily planting campaign that has been on for months, adding that the campaign will continue in the next few days by planting new species including apricots and black mulberry.
Through this interdisciplinary approach, readers learn not only that, for example, black mulberry juice was used for everything from snakebites to rogue, but that the berries are fabled to get their color from the blood spilled when love-struck Pyramus fatally stabs himself after mistakenly believing his lover, Thisbe, to be dead.