Helianthus annuus


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Helianthus annuus,

n See sunflower.

Helianthus annuus

toxic plant in the family Asteraceae; causes nitrate-nitrite poisoning. Called also summer flower.
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Results of triplicate samples of Helianthus annuus (varieties LSF-11 and LSF-8) and Carthamus tinctorius (varieties PBNS-12 and PBNS-40) were submitted to statistical analyses and were analyzed for statistical significance by using 'student t test'.
The anti-nutrients present in the seeds under investigation are found to be very low however employing appropriate and effective processing techniques to eliminate the adverse effects of these anti-nutritive constituents in Helianthus annuus LSF-11 and LSF-8, Carthamus tinctorius PBNS-12, PBNS-40 and Arachis hypogaea JL-24 and thereby further improve their nutritive value.
Oil seeds Cyanide content Tannin content Oxalate mg HCN/100gm g/100g content g/100g Helianthus annuus 4.
Helianthus annuus appears to be an early successional species, it is found in open habitats, usually grasslands or disturbed sites, and may require vegetation gaps for establishment.
Helianthus annuus had an overall reduction in mean percent infection, while H.
A comparison of the effects of salinity and light levels on the growth of Helianthus paradoxus and Helianthus annuus.
Regeneration of Helianthus annuus inbred plants from callus.
Shoot tip culture of Helianthus annuus, flowering and development of adventitious and multiple shoots.
In vitro plantlet regeneration from cotyledons of Helianthus annuus Cv.
Plantlet formation from callus and shoot tip culture of Helianthus annuus (L.
Callus initiation and organogenesis from cotyledon explants of Helianthus annuus L Ad.
Regeneration of fertile , interspecific hybrids from protoplast fusions between Helianthus annuus L and wild Helianthus species.