nervosa intoxication, although some of them (fear of losing mind, increased awareness of colors) were previously associated with ingestion of Ipomoea
tricolor and/or violacea (Table 2).
Both RAPD and ISSR markers separated the sweet potato accessions from an accession of another species, Ipomoea
pes-caprae (UENF 1998); specific polymorphic markers confirmed the genetic diversity between these accessions.
carnea is a toxic plant due to the alkaloids swainsonine and calystegines, which causes animal production economic losses in Northeast Argentina.
Para tal, foram utilizadas bandejas de isopor com 56 celulas, contendo o substrato Plantmax[R] e substrato Plantmax[R] + residuo triturado de folhas secas de Ipomoea
fistulosa, na proporcao 3% (p/p), formando uma camada de 4,0 cm de altura.
Ipomoeassins A-E, cytotoxic macrocyclic glycoresins from the leaves of Ipomoea
squamosa from the Suriname rainforest.
The effect of Ipomoea
batatas (Caiapo) on glucose metabolism and serum cholesterol in patients with type 2 diabetes: a randomized study.
Effect of mulch on weed infestation, soil temperature, nutrient concentration, and tuber yield in Ipomoea
Mosquito larvicidal properties of an indigenous plant, Ipomoea
pes-caprae (railroad vine) was the dominant species in summer and fall and a co-dominant in spring.
This paper considers the efficiency and effectiveness of Ipomoea
aquatica (Forsk) for treatment of wastewater in constructed-wetland systems in Nigeria.
In a sunny, sheltered spot, plant out half-hardy climbers such as ipomoea
(morning glory), cobaea scandens (cup and saucer plant) and eccremocarpus scaber (Chilean glory vine).
The sweetpotato, Ipomoea
batatas, ranks as the seventh-largest food crop in world production.