Raphanus


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Raphanus

a plant genus in the family Brassicaceae; contains the poisonous principle S-methylcysteine sulfoxide and causes poisoning characterized by hemoglobinuria, jaundice, diarrhea and liver damage.

Raphanus raphanistrum
called also jointed charlock, wild radish.
Raphanus sativus
may contain toxic amounts of nitrate. The culinary radish.
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In a 96-well micro titer plate, 180ul medium was poured in different wells; 20ul of ethanolic extract of Raphanus caudatus L.
2012) using extracts of Piper mikanianum on Raphanus sativus observed the negative effect in GSI with increasing extracts concentrations (from 0 to 8%).
sempervirenss Rosaceae Conium Holcus Roemeria Juglans Ligustrum Raphanus
Se asociaron aquellas plantas que se complementan o benefician entre si, por repeler insectos (Origanum vulgareLactuca sativa), por hospedar insectos que pueden perjudicar a otras plantas (Calendula offcinalis) y por optimizacion de nutrientes y espacio (Beta vulgaris-Cichorium intybus; Raphanus sativus-Lactuca sativa).
En la figura 3 se denota el crecimiento de las plantas de rabano rojo, Raphanus sativus, en los distintos tratamientos.
Allelopathic Activity of Passiflora incarnata Extracts as Measured by Hordeum vulgare and Raphanus sativus.
I Raphanus raphanistrum I Reseda media I Rubus ulmifolius D D D I I A A A Contenido en proteina 1,8 1,3 2,3 2,8 5,1 5,1 1,7 5,1 Mieles 46 47 48 49 Clas.
For example, short-term specialization has been reported for honeybees pollinating Raphanus sativus (Stanton et al.
There's a quiver of rivers the Sacramento We saw a pleasant pheasant near a pylon in the Delta its back a walking rainbow in 100,000 acres they saved the they who can save/We don't hate developers or do we We hate their greed those butt-ugly buildings Actually butts are adorable to gated communities/the poor buildings can't even cry though wild radish loves them raphanus raphanistrum "common in disturbed places" (86)
tournefortii, Capsella bursa-pastoris, Eruca sativa, Hirschfeldia incana, Raphanus raphanistrum, Rapistrum rugosum, Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum, Sisymbrium irio), y pocas de ellas son nativas de Mexico (Descurainia virletii, Halimolobos berlandieri, Lepidium schaffneri, Lesquerella argyraea, Lesquerella fendleri, Rorippa pinnata).