Cucurbita

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  • Literature Review: Overview Of Pumpkin

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    economically important vegetable in the world which is native to North and Central America (Whitaker and Bemis, 1975). Pumpkin belongs to genus Cucurbita of family Cucurbitaceae, generally considered to consist of melons, cucurbits and pumpkins. (Toetia, 1992). There are three common species of pumpkin worldwide: Curcurbita pepo, Curcurbita maxima, and Cucurbita moschata (Whang et al, 1999). Each species consist of several variet¬ies, which differ in shape, color, and chemical composition. Pumpkin is

  • Diabetes Essay

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    nutritional properties and health benefits (Sánchez et al. 2017). Squash belongs to genus Cucurbita L. of the family Cucurbitaceae which also includes pumpkins. Squash is native to Americas where there is evidence of their culture more than 10000 years ago (Smith 1997; Rubatzky and Yamaguchi 1997). The three widely grown species, Cucurbita pepo L. (‘summer aquash’), Cucurbita maxima Duch. (‘winter squash’) and Cucurbita moschata Duch. (‘butternut squash’) are extremely polymorphic in fruit characteristics

  • Study Of Evolution Of Mitochondria Essay

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    Title: Study of Evolution of Mitochondria in different species of plants and Animals. Aayushi Shah shah.947 ID#:200404635   Title: Study of Evolution of Mitochondria in different species of plants and Animals. ID#:04635   Introduction: - The mitochondria is a double membrane organelle that is found in all eukaryotic organisms. There is some evidence that proves some eukaryotes lack mitochondria, but there is no true evidence about complete lack of mitochondria in the organisms. Mitochondria

  • Study Of Evolution Of Mitochondria Through Different Species Of Plants And Animals Essay

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    Title: Study of Evolution in Mitochondria through different species of plants and Animals. Aayushi Shah shah.947 ID#:200404635   Title: Study of Evolution in Mitochondria through different species of plants and Animals. ID#:04635   Introduction: - The mitochondria is a double membrane organelle that is found in all eukaryotic organisms. There is some evidence that proves some eukaryotes lack mitochondria, but there is no true evidence about complete lack of mitochondria in the organisms

  • Agricultural Science and Resource Management in the Tropics and Subtropics

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    Molina Gayosso Alexander R. Mendonza Marina Piatto Said Wali Dadshani Nazli Burcu Ökten Wintersemester 2002/03 Bonn . Germany 2 Summary Author/Subject Page Table 4 1. Citrullus lanatus, Abrefa Danquah Jones 5 2. Cucurbita pepo L., Alfonso Cabrera 9 3. Luffa acutangula (L.) Roxb., Abrefa Danquah Jones 16 4. Momordica charantia, Keschav Prasad Dahal 23 5. Lagenaria siceraria, Dilys

  • Case Study: Hibiscus Gellan Gum

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    1.1. Hibiscus rosa-sinens The mucilage of this plant has disintegrating properties, it contains L-rhamnose, D-galactose, D-galactouronic acid, and D-glucuronic acid [6,28]. Shah and Patel prepared acelofenac ODT by DC using 6% of this disintegrant, the disintegration time was found to be 20 seconds. The results of Swelling Ratio (SR) , angle of repose, bulk density and compressibility index were observed as 9, 26.5oC, 0.65g/cc and 16% respectively [40] which indicates excellent flow and good compressibility

  • Antagonism Between Ja And Cytokinin

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    proposed that leaf senescence not only depends on the level of JA or cytokinin but also on the balance between JA and cytokinin (Liu et al., 2015). Earlier, Ananieva and Ananiev (2003) argued that MeJA promoted some aspects of senescence in intact Cucurbita pepo cotyledons partially due to down-regulation of endogenous levels of cytokinine levels and interconversion between active and inactive forms of cytokines (Ananieva and Ananiev, 2003). Apart from the above reports, antagonistic effect of cytokinins

  • The Potential Factors Affecting The Environment

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    1. INTRODUCTION Biodiversity term used for the variety and variability between all types of living organisms such as microorganisms, plants and animals available in a particular area covered by natural conditions. The term biological diversity first coined by Norse and Mc Mangus in 1980 (Rawat and Khare, 2010). According to the U.S. Office of Technology Assessment (1987), biological diversity is the variety and variability among living organisms and the ecological complexes in which they occur. Biological

  • Genetically Modified Organism ( Gmo )

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    suspected or known contamination of GMOs being added to the crops. The eight monitored risk crops are beta vulgaris (chard, table beets), brassica napa (rutabaga, Siberian kale), brassica rapa (bok choy, mizuna, Chinese cabbage, turnip, rapini, tatsoi), cucurbita (acorn squash, delicata squash, patty pan), flax, rice, wheat, potatoes. Nonetheless, crops aren’t the only organisms that have GMOs. GMOs are also being added into animals, however, these modifications were unsuccessful and terminated. The first

  • Testing the Strength of Plant Fibers Essay

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    use of microscopes, producing valid results and recording results. To develop techniques of measuring the size of plant fibers under microscope using stage micrometer and eyepiece graticule. Introduction: Pumpkin plant Pumpkin is of the genus Cucurbita and family Cucurbitaceae . Pumpkins are grown all around the world for a variety of reasons ranging from agricultural purposes

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