Euphorbia mosaic virus EuMV (Pepper) Pepper golden mosaic virus PepGMV Pepper huasteco yellow vein virus PHYVV Carica papaya Melon chlorotic leaf curl virus MCLCuV (Papaya) Citrullus lanatus Cucurbit leaf crumple virus CuLCrV (Watermelon) Melon chlorotic leaf curl virus MCLCuV Corchorus Corchorus
yellow spot virus CoYSV siliquosus Cucumis melo Cucurbit leaf crumple virus CuLCrV (Melon) Melon chlorotic leaf curl virus MCLCuV Cucurbita moschata Melon chlorotic leaf curl virus MCLCuV (Squash) Desmodium spp.
Now, scientists say like a massage with peppermint and eucalyptus oils reduces muscle cramps, oil from leaf stem and root of Corchorus
olitorius can treat swelling and pain associated with conditions like gout, migraine, rheumatoid disease.
olitorius leaves are known to be rich in nutrients such as iron, phosphorus, calcium, potassium, and carotene (4).
What: Locally known as ayoyo in Northern Ghana, these leaves are also known as mallow leaves in English and the scientific name, corchorus
. These leaves are a deep green color and an oval shape which comes to a point at the tip.
In all four plant species were analysed, namely: buriti palm (Mauritia flexuosa) leaf from Sao Luis, Maranhao State, Brazil; banana (Musa spp.) leaf samples from Ubatuba, SP State, and Sao Romao and Oleo (RJ) and Nigeria (Lagos); jute fibre (Corchorus
spp.) from India and coir coconut fibre (Cocos nucifera) from Brazil.
The preparation of this folk medicine involves the crushing of dry prickly fruit in water through identical quantity of poppy seeds (Papaver somniferum L.), Corchorus
depressus, almond (Prunus amygdalis Batsch), rose flowers (Rosa damascena Miller), seeds of cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum, Maton) and the candy (Egyptian) locally "Thadal" is acknowledged as a cooling agent in the summer.
Toxic effects of lead exposure in Wistar rats: involvement of oxidative stress and the beneficial role of edible jute (Corchorus
Check the video for a very easy and delicious recipe: Now to the MAIN dish Out of so many main dishes in Egyptian cuisine, no one would pass out on some delicious white rice and "Molokhia" the leaves of Corchorus
olitorius) ; and with some crispy chicken, it gets even tastier!
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olitorius in the treatment of Arbuscular mycorrhizae (AM, Poultry manure (PM)," Combination of AMPM and Inorganic Fertilizer (NPK).