corchorus


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Noun1.Corchorus - any of various plants of the genus Corchorus having large leaves and cymose clusters of yellow flowerscorchorus - any of various plants of the genus Corchorus having large leaves and cymose clusters of yellow flowers; a source of jute
genus Corchorus, Corchorus - widely distributed genus of tropical herbs or subshrubs; especially Asia
subshrub, suffrutex - low-growing woody shrub or perennial with woody base
2.Corchorus - widely distributed genus of tropical herbs or subshrubs; especially Asia
dilleniid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
family Tiliaceae, linden family, Tiliaceae - chiefly trees and shrubs of tropical and temperate regions of especially southeastern Asia and Brazil; genera Tilia, Corchorus, Entelea, Grewia, Sparmannia
corchorus - any of various plants of the genus Corchorus having large leaves and cymose clusters of yellow flowers; a source of jute
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Unlike other crops, the existing varieties/cultivars of cultivated species of Corchorus spp.
Mulukhiya, another popular dish, is made from the leaves of jute and corchorus plants that grow in east and north Africa.
Mulukhiyah is a principal lunch dish in Egypt, made of Corchorus leaves
The 3 ha GRC plot (vegetation height ranging from 2-6 m) consists of plant species such as Leucaena leucocephala, Casuarina equisetifolia, Corchorus hirsutus, Pluchea odorata, and Prunus amygdalus.
domestic Wastewater treatment with a vertical completely drained pilot scale construted wetland planted with corchorus oliterius.
Antibacterial activity of Cuscuta reflexa stem and Corchorus olitorius seed.
Habitat: The vegetation in the locality is formed by mango plants and Tithonia diversifolia, the soil is covered by Thelepogon elegans mixed with Sida rhombifolia and Corchorus olitorius.
That these seven 'shaks"--Momordica charantia, Alstonia scholaris, Cardiospermum halicacabum, Commelina paludosa, Gymnopetalum cochinchinense, Corchorus aestuans, and Spilanthes calva were consumed during times of food scarcity by the Chakmas suggests that the leaves and young shoots of the plants may have adequate nutritional value, besides satiating hunger.
It is produced from plants in the genus Corchorus, family Tiliaceae.
Jute, Corchorus gives us ropes and twines in the garden and is widely grown in Bengal.