seeds were sourced from a reliable Jatropha
plantation in Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria.
Toxicity from ingestion of Jatropha
curcas ('saboo dum') seeds in Thai children.
The genus Jatropha
contains 175 known species which belong to the family Euphorbiaceae .
Erdtman (1952) was the first one to study Jatropha
pollen, proposing the descriptive term "crotonoid" to characterize the type of sculptural pattern of the exine found in some members of the family Euphorbiaceae, especially in the subfamily Crotonoideae.
belonging to the same family as Jatropha
, is well known as Tung tree and native to Southern China with a subtropical climate.
The treatments consisted of doses of jatropha
press cake of 0, 1.
1] VFA and the 16% jatropha
cake leading to the production of 22.
Figure 4a and b show the agroclimatic suitability maps of Jatropha
for the variables water deficit and surplus.
Detoxification enables production of nutritious Jatropha
by-products to be used as high protein supplement for fish, shrimp, poultry, sheep and other livestock species.
Phytochemical analysis and toxicological evaluation of the methanolic extract of Jatropha
curcas has acquired global interest and significant economic importance for its seed oil which can be converted to biodiesel, and is emerging as an alternative to petro-diesel (Sosa-Segura et al.
seedsoil was procured by Bionas Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.