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Jatropha

(jat'rō-fă),
A genus of plants of the family Euphorbiaceae; a poisonous plant found in eastern Africa and the West Indies.
[G. iatros, physician, + trophē, nourishment]
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'Moreover, jatropha is only cultivable in the southern parts of Pakistan.
Optimization of process factors/ variables such as molar ratio (A), catalyst concentration (B), time (C) and temperature (D), for transesterification of Jatropha methyl esters was made via response surface methodology using CCRD.
One solution could be to use jatropha seed cake to produce fly larvae for animal feed.
Jatropha cinerea, a wild species relative close to Jatropha curcas (the most representative of the genus), is widely distributed along the coast of Sonora, the Baja California Peninsula and Sinaloa (TURNER et al.
Diarrhea was also been found in feeding trials on common carp and rats with Jatropha meal containing PEs [11,30].
Table-3: Biochemical Parameters of rats fed with detoxified Jatropha curcas meal.
C., Mexico (IE-Bajio)-IEB; Red Mundial sobre Biodiversidad REMIB-CONABIO), and we obtained the geographic distribution of 67 specimens of Jatropha which corresponded to 31 towns.
Jatropha curcas oil contains a large quantity of oleic acids and sunflower oil contains a large quantity of linoleic acids, while coconut oil contains a large quantity of lauric acids.
The Jatropha seeds were sourced from a reliable Jatropha plantation in Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria.
Acute poisoning with Jatropha curcas (purging nut tree) in children.