Eleusine


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Eleusine

grasses in the family Poaceae; some species, e.g. E. indica, are capable of causing nitrite or cyanide poisoning; includes E. aegyptica, E. indica (crowfoot or crab grass), E. radulans. See dactyloctenium radulans.
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Some of them were the protein from Eleusine indica, the metallothionein like protein from Cynodon dactylon, the metallothionein fragment from Cynodon dactylon and the metallothionein fragment from Allium sativum.
cropping plant taxon season Harappa Rojdi cereals wheat (Triticum) W T-I - barley (Hordeum) W T-I T-III rice (Oryza) S T-III - millets Eleusine S T-II T-I Panicum S T-II T-I Setaria S - T-I pulses and vegetables peas Pisum W T-II T-II Cicer W T-II - Lathyrus W T-II T-II lentils (Lens) W T-II T-II gram Dolichos S - T-II Phaseolus S - T-II Vigna S T-II T-II Medicago S T-III T-II oilseed and fibre linseed (Linum) W T-II T-II mustard (Brassica) W T-II T-III cotton (Gossypium) S T-II - fruits melon (Cucumis) S T-III T-III date (Phoenix) S T-II - jujube (Zizyphus) W T-II T-II grape (Vitis) S T-II -
This is the first report (Table 2) on the grass Eleusine indica and the first report for Costa Rica and Central America.
Lau, 1985, "Root growth of Cynodon dactylon and Eleusine indica collected from motorways at different concentrations of lead".
echinatus, Echinochloa crus-galli, Eleusine indica, Lolium multiflorum and Zea mays grew better in the fumigated soil (Table 1).
Graminae/Poaceae Cymbopogon citratu Lemon grass Eleusine indica (L.
Other introduced grasses including Dactyloctenium aegyptium (crowfootgrass), Digitaria bicornis (Asian crabgrass), Eleusine indica (goosegrass), and Eragrostis barrelieri (Mediterranean lovegrass) were present only on weedy roadsides.
The botanical composition of the site includes Axonopus affinis, Eleusine indica, and Oxalis corniculata.
Aqueous extracts of leaf and bark of Grewia oppositifolia, Ficus roxburghii, Bauhinia variegata, and Kydia calycina were tested on Echinochloa frumentacea, Eleusine coracana, Zea mays, Vigna unguiculata, and Glycine max test crops and it was found that the bark and leaf are most toxic to food crops (Kaletha et al.
As populacoes de plantas daninhas encontradas na comunidade infestante foram Amaranthus viridis, Bidens pilosa, Brachiaria plantaginea, Coronopus didymus, Cyperus rotundus, Digitaria nuda, Eleusine indica, Galinsoga parviflora, Lepidium virginicum, Nicandra physaloides, Oxalis latifolia, Parthenium hysterophorus, Portulaca oleracea, Solanum americanum e Synedrellopsis grisebachii.