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tam·a·rind

(tam'ă-rind),
The pulp of the fruit of Tamarindus indica (family Leguminosae), a large tree of India; mildly laxative.
[Mediev. L. fr. Ar. tamr]
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Iron contents in Hibiscus diversifolius, Cleome gynandra, Tamarindus indica, Solanum nigrum and Corchorus olitorius were of greater than 30% (Table 4).
Las caracteristicas cuantitativas de los cariotipos de Tamarindus indica de las cuatro localidades bajo estudio se presentan en el Cuadro 2 y estos se muestran en la Fig.
Keywords: Tamarindus indica; Antioxidant; In vivo; Liver injury; Chemoprevention
INCI name: Water (and) glycerin (and) trehalose (and) tamarindus indica seed polysaccharide (and) myrothamnus flabellifolia extract
(2010), testando cama de frango associada a terra de subsolo como substrato para a producao de mudas de tamarindeiro (Tamarindus indica), concluiram que a melhor proporcao para o crescimento das mudas foi 40% de cama de frango mais 60% terra de subsolo, resultando em plantas de maiores crescimentos em altura e diametro do coleto.
Efeito de substrato e temperatura no processo germinativo de sementes de tamarindo (Tamarindus indica L.) In: Reuniao Anual da Sociedade Internacional de Horticultura Tropical.
In combination with leaves of Ocimum tenuiflorum and fruits of Tamarindus indica, the cloves were used for treatment of coughs, asthma, bronchitis and mucus in adults.
Tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.), an indigenous underutilised tree fruit, has many valuable properties and almost every part of the tree is utilised by rural and urban dwellers [1].
Plants that were cultivated for their edible fruits included Mangifera indica L., Annona squamosa L., Borassus flabellifer L., Cocos nucifera L., Carica papaya L., Terminalia belerica (Gaertn.) Roxb., Terminalia chebula Retz., Phyllanthus emblica L., Tamarindus indica L., and Punica granatum L.
Devido a crescente comercializacao e consumo de polpas de frutas no Brasil, este trabalho visou a avaliar as propriedades antioxidantes, atraves da quantificacao dos fenolicos totais e da atividade antioxidante in vitro das polpas de Acerola (Malpighia emarginata DC.), Bacuri (Platonia insignis Mart.), Caja (Spondias mombin L.), Caju (Anacardium occidentale), Goiaba (Psidium guajava) e Tamarindo (Tamarindus indica L.).