Sauropus androgynus

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Sauropus androgynus

(saw'rō-pŭs an-droj'ĕ-nŭs),
an Asian shrub the leaves of which are sometimes eaten cooked, but when used uncooked as an unproved appetite suppressant, causes bronchiolitis fibrosa obliterans.
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Katuk, "Oving K-Means Clustering using discretization technique in Network Intrusion Detection System," in Proc.
Santoso and Fenita [16] examined the effect of the addition of katuk (Sauropus androgynus) leaf extract on the production parameters of laying hens and the quality parameters and chemical composition of eggs.
With regard to the user model for adaptive e-learning system (Brusilovsky, 2001), we have yet to gain experience of the other influencing factors of learner characteristics, such as learning experience, knowledge, and prior learning process (Katuk et al, 2012).
We each ordered a salad platter (about seven to nine leva each), goodsized with mixes of salads like shredded carrot and cabbage, cubed cucumbers and tomatoes, roasted sweet peppers, sweet peppers stuffed with katuk (feta cheese mixed with yoghurt) seasoned with raw garlic, izvara (ricotta cheese) seasoned with paprika (yum), and a sprig of fresh basil.
Among the herbal medicines which have been tested clinically is "Jati Belanda" which is used as a basic material for prolipid, a medicines used to reduce cholesterol' and "Daun Katuk" in capsule that could increase mother's milk productivity three times larger.