For the preparation of homogenate or sample 100 adult beetles of same size and age of Callosobruchus analis were treated with LC50of four under test compounds i.e., Cypermethrin (2.2 ug/cm2), Nimolicine (19 ug/cm2), Acorus calamus
(5.1 ug/cm2) and Methamidophos (16 ug/cm2).
In palms, false vivipary occurs on both erect (Socratea), climbing (Calamus
) and acaulescent (Salacca) stems and is successful in all of these habits (Fisher & Mogea, 1980; Dransfield, 1992; Dransfield, 1997; Baker et al., 2000; Pintaud & Millan, 2004; Rupert et al., 2012).
Whereas among plant matters, the dry weight Micrommelum pubescens was highest (12.6%), followed by Spondis axillaris (12.2%), Alangium chinense (10.2%), Calamus
In the first poem of the "Calamus
" cluster, Whitman invokes both a familiar and unconventional pastoral landscape, familiar in its masculinist mythologizing of man's domination over nature, but unconventional in its queer attachments and its emphasis on sociality over individualism:
High values of [F.sub.IC] were obtained for toothache and heart disease (0.88 and 0.83, resp.), showing that locals had reached good agreement on the plant species (Polygonatum odoratum, Valeriana officinalis, Acorus calamus
, and Asarum sieboldii) to be used for these ailments.
can probably be ascribed to the content of the more digestible root storage carbohydrates as inulin (SchA1/4tz et al.
Yet the current climate at places Like Calamus
is drought-like, with low water levels and crops thirsty for moisture.
is a native of central Asia and eastern Europe, and is indigenous to the marshes of the mountains of India (Gupta 1964).
Fresh rhizome of Acorus calamus
was collected from marshy areas of Kunigal in Karnataka, India in 2012.
The second step is to use an awl to punch a small hole in the feather quill (calamus
) where the bottom of the quilled strip will be attached.
Determined to find as many old family heirlooms as I could, I discovered that Glenn and Linda at the Sandhill Preservation Center in Calamus
, Iowa, had quite a collection of Oscar H.
In tale mescidanza, prefiguratrice sul piano pratico di una "deriva fusionale" dai toni benjaminiani, il calamus
si configura come <<strumento di pura e inviolata fedelta>> (p.