Unguiculata


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Un·guic·u·la·ta

(ŭng-gwik'yū-lā'tă),
A division of Mammalia including all mammals having nails or claws, as distinguished from the Ungulata.
[L. unguiculus, nail or claw]
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unguiculata mosquitoes were collected in Austria (12 pools, 1-12 mosquitoes/pool).
Laboratory investigations on performance of other Tanzanian natural coagulants such as Vigna unguiculata, Voandzeia subterranea and Parkinsonia aculeata (Marobhe et al, 2007b) and Moringa seeds (Ndabigengesere and Narasiah, 1998) have revealed that natural coagulants can compete effectively with chemical coagulants (e.
Effectiveness of Vigna unguiculata as a phytoremediation plant in the remediation of crude oil polluted soil for cassava (Manihot esculenta; Crantz) cultivation.
Effect of gasoline diesel fuel mixture on the germination and the growth of Vigna unguiculata (Cowpea).
TABLE 1 Turbidity Removal by Traditional Plant Materials Used Alone, by Comparison with Alum Treatment Residual NTUs in Water (a) After Treatment Dose Glycine Phaseolus Arachis Pisum Vigna (mg/L) max mungo hypogea sativam unguiculata Alum 0 482 482 482 482 482 482 200 26.
The focus of this investigation is to determine and describe the presence of extrafloral nectaries on yard-long beans (Vigna unguiculata L.
Etude de la Fraction Protidique des Graines de Vigna unguiculata Walp.
Twelve of these plants, Alchornea cordifolia, Afromomum albo violaceum, Annona senegalensis, Cymbopogon densiflorus, Bridelia ferruginea, Ceiba pentandra, Morinda lucida, Hymenocardia acida, Coleus kilimandcharis, Dacryodes edulis, Caloncoba welwithsii, and Vinga unguiculata exhibited significant activities, thus, supporting the claims of the traditional healers and suggesting a possible correlation between the chemical composition of these plants and their uses in traditional medicine.
Twenty-five cultivars of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.
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