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Antioxidant activity of ethanolic extract of Maranta
The trends in the types of crops produced clearly show a shift from traditional crops to modern or exotic crops with Zea mays (maize), Phaseolus vulgaris (beans), Solanum lycopersicum (tomatoes) and Brassica oleracea (kales) increasing in area under production over the years while Vigna unguiculata (cowpea), Lablab purpureus (dolichos), Dioscorea (yams), Eleusine coracana (finger millet), Manihot esculenta (cassava), Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotatoes), Maranta
arundinacea (arrowroots), Helianthus (sunflower) and Gossypium (cotton) were diminishing over the past two decades.
(Orlando), Juglans regia (Juglandaceae) (Orlando), Cocos nucifera (Arecaceae) (Fort Lauderdale), Maranta
One of the easiest ways to increase your stock is to divide plants - suitable plants include adiantum, aspidistra, calathea, maranta
, chlorophytum and fittonia.
Rivadavia, Los Blancos, canada a 3 km del pueblo, hacia el W, 26-I-1983, Maranta
& Arenas 311 (MO).
The 19-storey building is designed by renowned architects Miller & Maranta
, while the "Timeless Modern" interiors incorporating several design classics, is created by Matteo Thun.
Extracted from the root of maranta
, a tropical plant, this flavourless powder is useful for quickly thickening sauces and soups.
Dioscorea Anga (GU) C prehensilis Benth Ebenaceae Diospyros Maranta
(SH) T mespiliformis Hoechst Erythroxylaceae Erythroxylon Tiriga (GU) H fischeri Engle Bridelia micrantha Yejega (GU) T Hoechst Croton macrostachyus Shekeshek (SH) T Del.
Sumi, "Evaluation of Antidiarrheal Activity of Methanolic Extract of Maranta
Earlier scholars such as Bartolomeo Maranta
(who published in 1564) had explicitly associated meraviglia with the epic genre, but Maranta
defines the term as a simple aesthetic pleasure; (31) Tasso draws on a newer definition developed by Longinus's early translators, ultimately defining the concept as poetic astonishment or ravishment.
Erdman MD (1986) Starch from arrowroot (Maranta
arundinacea) grown at Tifton, Georgia.