Indigofera


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Indigofera

a genus of legumes in the Fabaceae family of plants; some species contain a hepatoxin, indospicine, a toxic amino acid; I. australis (native indigo), I. linnaei, I. spicata (I. endecaphylla, creeping indigo), I. teysmannii, I. truxillensis.

Indigofera linnaei (Indigofera dominii, Indigofera enneaphylla)
a prostrate Australian herb which causes Birdsville horse disease, characterized by marked incoordination, frequent falling, emaciation and terminal convulsions. May be prevented by dietary supplementation with protein. There are no lesions specific to the disease. A nitrotoxin is suspected as the cause. Called also Birdsville indigo.
Indigofera hochstetteri
contains an unidentified toxin, causes incoordination, dyspnea, diarrhea.
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The grazing trend showed that both species of Indigofera were heavily under-grazed.
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Nisar M, Tariq SA, Khan I A, Shah MR, Marwat IK (2009) Antibacterial, antifungal, insecticidal, cytotoxicity and phytotoxicity studies on Indigofera gerardiana.
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Para el caso de las especies de Indigofera, en la literatura se reconoce su importancia industrial debido a que se utilizan para extraer el colorante anil; al respecto, en esta investigacion se detectaron las especies Acanthoscelides kingsolveri en semillas de Indigofera suffruticosa Mill.
Today both organizations are using local Indigofera tinctoria, indicating that indigo had never been lost in Bangladesh, its use only having shifted from dye to fertilizer.
The dominant theory proposes that there is a single type of Maya Blue that was also prepared in a unique way and that a specific type of bond binds the two components: one organic component, indigo -the dye used for denim that is obtained from the Indigofera suffruticosa plant in Mesoamerica- and another inorganic component, palygorskite, a type of clay characterised by its crystal structure full of internal channels.
For example use of Indigofera zollingerian as a forage protein source (Abdullah et al.
Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) colonization in five tropical forest tree legumes (Gliricidia sepium, Dalbergia sissoo, Indigofera tysmanii, Delonix regia and Samanea saman) was investigated in Chittagong University (CU) campus.
Tambien se sabe que realmente el primer equipo utilizado en la medida del color se remonta a 1827 y fue presentado por el medico y botanico frances Jacques Julien Houtton de La Billardiere (1755-1834), este cientifico interesado por la Historia natural, publico un estudio relativo a la medida del color de la Indigofera tinctoria titulado"Colorimetria: descripcion de un colorimetro y de los medios para conocer la calidad relativa de los aniles"