Corchorus olitorius


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Corchorus olitorius

tropical jute plant in family Tiliaceae; its seeds contaminate cereal grain; contain a cardiac glycoside; cause sudden death. Called also jute.
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Thus, it is thought that increasing the percentage of salinity cause osmotic pressure increased in Corchorus olitorius L seed that eventually entry of water into seed also decreased.
Dead Sea water, sea water and NaCl also have effects on the growth of early seedling of Corchorus olitorius L.
The leaves and stems of Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus olitorius are eaten by the poorer people of Bangladesh and only rarely by the more affluent.
Tiliaceae Tita pat English: Jute 22 Corchorus olitorius L.
Iron contents in Hibiscus diversifolius, Cleome gynandra, Tamarindus indica, Solanum nigrum and Corchorus olitorius were of greater than 30% (Table 4).
The highest concentration of calcium was found in the leaves of Acalypha bipartitae followed by Amaranthus graecizans, Solanum nigrum, Crotalaria ochroleuca, Crotalaria brevidens and Corchorus olitorius in that order (Table 4).
It was proposed that Corchorus olitorius originated from South China from where it was introduced to India and Pakistan.
Similarly, the lowest values of fat content among the analyzed nutrients in the vegetables studied had been observed in Amaranthus cruentus, Celosia argentea and Corchorus olitorius leaves [2].
Ajibola, Growth and Yield Performance of Corchorus olitorius Varieties as Affected by Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilizers Application, American-Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 2(3): 235-241.
Amaranthus * 4 536 Vernonia amygdalina Bitterleaf 18 720 10 350 Brassica oleracea Cabbage 28 971 20 925 Phaseolus vulgaris Green Beans 20 475 2 700 Capsicum annuum Sweet Pepper 10 494 18 252 Solanum Scabrum Huckleberry 29 547 34 425 Corchorus olitorius Kelen Kelen * 11 700 Abelmoschus spp.
Dalal & Bairgi [6] have found reduction in seed germination, root, shoot and seedling length of jute verities, Corchorus olitorius cv.