sative

sative

(ˈseɪtɪv)
adj
archaic cultivated or sown as opposed to wild
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Differential contribution of neutrophilic granulocytes and macrophages to nitro sative stress in a host-parasite animal model.
Homogenized seeds of Nigella sative (kalongi) and Carum copticum (ajowain) showed antibacterial activity against S.
The present study investigated the effects of polyethylene glycol (PEG) on rice (Oryza sative L.) seedlings for physiological and biochemical response exposed to subsequent salinity or polyethylene glycol and NaCl (as drought) stress.
Comparative study on forage yield and quality of oat (Avena sative L.) varieties under agro-ecological conditions of Faisalabad, Pakistan.
sative (Blanchard) no causa perdidas economicas, mientras no se abuse de los insecticidas.
Effect of time of transplanting on grain yield and quality traits of Basmati--type scented rice (Oryza sative) varieties in Coastal.
The polyherbal supplement contained; Asparagous racemosous (Shatavari), Leptadenia reticulata (Jivanti), Nigella sative (Kolonji), Cuminum cyminum (Jeera) and Pueraria Tuberosa (Vidarikand).
The word rice derives from the Tamil word "arisi" and refers to two species of grasses, Oryza sative and Oryza glaberrima, native to tropical and subtropical southeastern Asia and Africa.
Medicago sative L.: (*); Alfalfa; common; fields (planted?); BSUH 11200.
He the author of Postwar Academic Fiction: Sative, Ethics, Community (2001).
For instance, some parts of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and rice (oryzae sative L.) leaves and stems which contains Nano Ti[O.sub.2], depend on some macro molecules like: protein, carbohydrates and phosphor lipids [11].