Ammi


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Ammi

a genus of the plant family Apiaceae; these plants contain furocoumarins which are direct photosensitizing compounds and cause light-sensitive dermatitis. Includes bishop's weed, meadow sweet (A. majus), visnaga (A. visnaga).
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The present study uses AMMI to partition the overall variation into genotype main effects, environment main effects, and genotype x environment interactions (Crossa et al.
The last time my father broke the news of a slain air warrior, with Ammi by his side, was to me about my Shaheed (martyred) husband.
Conclusion: The extract of Ammi visnaga can be used effectively and safely in the treatment of hyperacidity conditions and peptic ulcer after evaluation in humans.
Keywords: Trachyspermum ammi essential oil; Antibacterial; Antibiotic resistance profiling; Contact lens solution; CL associated bacteria
Though Houston never joined, Ben Ammi gave her a Hebrew name and the community deeply mourned her death.
The AMMI model, which considers the variance analysis for effects of genotype and environment, was used and an analysis of major components for the GEI was applied (Gollob, 1968; Gauch and Zobel, 1988; Vargas and Crossa, 2000).
During the second week, these amounts for Cuminum cyminum, Melilotus officinalis, Trachyspermum ammi and Origanum majoran in the presence of 150mM/lit NaCl were 15%, 23%, 2.
Dentre as metodologias mais recentes, temse as analises AMMI (Additive Main effects and Multiplicative Interaction), que combina tecnicas estatisticas para ajustar os efeitos principais (genotipos e ambientes) e os efeitos da GE (MANDEL, 1971; ZOBEL et al.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of the crude and active solvent fraction of Trachyspermum ammi on S.
Trace metals in eight different medicinal plants commonly available in Karachi namely Azadirachta indica (Neem), Syzygium aromaticum (Clove), Murraya koenigii (Curry Leaves), Trachyspermum ammi (Ajowan), Foeniculum vulgare (Fennal), Brassica oleracea (Cabbage), Brassica rapa (Turnip), and Pipper nigrum (Black pepper) have been quantitatively analyzed using Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy and Flame Photometry.