Saponaria


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Saponaria

genus of the plant family Caryophyllaceae; contain toxic saponins which cause diarrhea. Includes S. officinalis, S. vaccaria. Called also cow cockle, soapwort, hedge pink, bouncing bet.
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Effect of increasing levels of Quillaja saponaria on digestion, growth and meat quality of Barbarine lamb.
Effect of the aqueous extracts of the seeds of Talisia esculenta and Sapindus saponaria on fall armyworm.
Evaluating of Sapindus saponaria as a defaunation agent and its effects on diferent ruminal digestion parameters.
This new aloe factory will handle and manufacture aloe juices, formulations and blends from several aloe varieties, including aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis miller), aloe chinensis, aloe ferox, aloe arborescens and aloe saponaria varieties, to obtain raw materials and finished aloe products, most of them under Aloetrade America LLC guidance and audit.
Except for the exotic Saponaria officinalis the remaining species we found growing through the mounds were also reported for the mature dry sand prairie by McClain et al.
American tree Guillaia saponaria has been used both as inactivant and adjuvant (Kensil et al.
Kunth ex Walpers, 1842), Sapindus saponaria (Linnaeus, 1753) y Annona muricata (Linnaeus, 1753) sobre larvas de tercer instar de Ae.
Derived from the Quillaja saponaria, Molina tree and extracted by a natural process, Q-NATURALE emulsifier can emulsify non-weighted oil systems--a solution for a wide range of applications, especially clear beverages and waters.
The eight plant species used in this analysis were Coronilla varia, Impatiens capensis, Lathyrus latifolius, Leonurus cardiaca, Lonicera japonica, Nepeta cataria, Saponaria officinalis, and Trifolium pratense, and the six fungi used were Aureobasidium pullulans, Metschnikowia aff.
Cinetica de la degradacion ruminal in situ de cuatro arboles forrajeros tropicales: Leucaena leucocephala, Enterolobium cyclocarpum, Sapindus saponaria y Gliricidia sepium.