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Sinapis

(sĭn-ā′pĭs) [Gr. sinapi, mustard]
A genus of plants commonly known as mustard plants.
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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.
Apply 38.5 pressure to pressure to AP before AP before eating eating AP: AP: CO1, CO2, CO13, CO4, CO17, AH5 HG, HX1, TF4 Three Sinapis alba seeds to each AP.
Wen et al., "Mustard seed (Sinapis alba Linn) attenuates imiquimod-induced psoriasiform inflammation of BALB/c mice," The Journal of Dermatology, vol.
Effect of late season insect infestation on yield, yield components and oil quality of Brassica napus, B.rapa, B.juncea and Sinapis alba in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States.
"The return of lost deposits may prove challenging in the short term, forcing banks to continue to rely on ELA (emergency liquidity assistance)," said analyst Yannis Sinapis at Athens-based Euroxx Securities.
The presence of pollen in sediments from Polish propolis was reported by Warakomska and Maciejewicz (1992), who found that the most abundantly identified pollen came from plants of the Brassicaceae family, mainly Brassica, Sinapis and Raphanus, amounting to 9-33% of the total pollen content.
* radish Sinapis alba L * white mustard Sisymbrium altissimum L.
Ademas, semanalmente incluyen en la dieta familiar el consumo de cereales (como la sopa de pasta, arroz o pan dulce); verduras locales, como yerbamora (Solanum nigrum), nabo verde (Brassica napus), bledo (Amaranthus retroflexus), mostaza (Sinapis alba); hortalizas (como repollo, zanahoria, cebolla, tomate, calabaza, lechuga, rabano); y frutas (como naranja, manzana, durazno, platano y mango).