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cucurbitamaxima.
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Cyclization of squalene-2,3-epoxide to 10[alpha]-cucurbita-5,24-dien-3[beta]-ol by microsomes from Cucurbita maxima seedlings.
Heterochrony and heteroblastic leaf development in two subspecies of Cucurbita argyrosperma (Cucurbitaceae).
Its hosts include crop plants belonging to economically important genera like Ananas, Annona, Cajanus, Capsicum, Carica, Citrus, Cocos, Coffea, Cucumis, Cucurbita, Ficus, Gossypium, Hibiscus, Ipomoea, Litchi, Macadamia, Mangifera, Manihot, Mentha, Morus, Musa, Nephelium, Ocimum, Persea, Phaseolus, Piper, Psidium, Punica, Salvia, Solanum, Tamarindus, Theobroma, Vitis and Zea (Ben-Dov 2014).
gt; YOUR VOTE PAGE 19 PUMPKINS IN THE ROUND * Pumpkin is a fruit from the Cucurbita family, so closely related to the squash, the names are sometimes interchangeable.
The whole of the Cucurbita genus originates from southern and central America and the southern areas of North America and, from the original 207 species, there are now thousands of cultivars grown and used across the world.
As low frequency electromagnetic fields are environmental factors through out the earth [20], the aim of the present study therefore, is to assay The effect of electromagnetic fields on biochemical and antioxidant parameter changes of Cucurbita maxima Duchesne.
A water-soluble extract from Cucurbita moschata shows anti-obesity effects by controlling lipid metabolism in a high fat diet-induced obesity mouse model.
Of particular interest is whether Cucurbita identified from Maine and Pennsylvania might be an indication of the former natural range of the genus, or signifies gourds cultivated beyond that range.
CICADELLIDAE Agalliana ensigera Oman GEOGRAPHIC HOST PLANTS PHYTOSANITARY DISTRIBUTION IMPORTANCE Argentina: Jujuy, pumpkin Cucurbita Confirmed vector of Salta Tucuman, La maxima (Ducht.
Table 1: Some popular indigenous vegetables available in the western highlands of Cameroon Common/Local name Name Availability Huckleberry (large Solanum scabrum A (1) and small leaf cultivars) Pumpkin Cucurbita moschata A Roselle Hibiscus sabdariffa D Garden eggs (rounded Solanum melongena LD and oblong fruit cultivars) Melon Cucumis melo A Water leaf Talinum triangulare LD Bitter leaf (large Vernonia amygdalina A and small leaf cultivars) Cocoyam Xanthosoma sagittifolium A Amaranth Amaranthus sp A Fluted gourd Telfairia occidentalis A Cowpea Vigna unguiculata A (1) A-All Year round, D-Dry Season, LD-Less in Dry Season Table 2: Some exotic vegetables available all year round in the western highlands of Cameroon Common name Name Okra Abelmoschus spp.