Sinapis


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Sinapis

(sĭn-ā′pĭs) [Gr. sinapi, mustard]
A genus of plants commonly known as mustard plants.

Sinapis

plant genus in the family Brassicaceae. The mustards. Cause poisoning due to sinalbin, sinigrin, mustard oil glucosinolates concentrated in the seeds, poisoning manifested by abdominal pain and diarrhea. Foliage can also cause nitrate-nitrite poisoning. Includes S. alba (white mustard, commercial mustard Brassica alba, B. hirta), S. arvensis (Brassica sinapis, B. arvensis, B. kaber, wild mustard, charlock—a common weed of cultivation), S. nigra (black mustard).
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The female entrepreneurs also took part in networking, interacting with the panelists and hearing about investor readiness from the Sinapis Kenya Country Manager, Silvya Kananu.
Environmental maternal effects on seed morphology and germination in Sinapis arvensis (Cruciferae).
The Sinapis wood white and the Real's wood white, which is the one we thought we had here in Ireland.
The ecotoxicological tests of Sinapis alba also showed that even a low concentration of foamer exhibits significant toxicity.
Saline pine bark produced the greatest inhibition of seed germination and root growth in Sinapis alba, while fresh pine needles resulted in the greatest inhibition of Lepidium sativum and Sorghum saccharatum.
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For example, germination of seeds from the weeds Amaranthus (common names: Amaranth or pigweed) and Sinapis arvensis (common names: wild mustard or charlock) has been shown to be regulated by red and far-red light (Kendrick & Frankland, 1968; Frankland, 1976).
Effect of Pb, Cd, Hg, As and Cr on germination and root growth of Sinapis alba seeds, Bull.