Albidum

Albidum

 

a variety of soft wheat with white awnless, glabrous spikes and white grains. The strains of this variety include winter (Puuk) and spring wheats. The most important varieties are the early maturing and drought-resistant spring strains—Saratov 38, Saratov 210, and others—which are hardy varieties.

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Botanically called Chrysophyllum albidum, African star apple is an edible tropical fruit known by various tribal names.
El binomen linneano encontro validacion en la obra de Ambroise-Marie-Francois Palisot de Beauvois (1752-1820): Bryum albidum (Hedw.
Kinetics and Equilibrium Studies of Adsorption of Chromium(VI) Ion from Industrial Wastewater using Chrysophyllum albidum (Sapotaceae) Seed Shells.
Seeds samples collected for the study were Citrullus lanatus (watermelon), Chrysophyllum albidum (star apple), Calophyllum inophyllum, Hura crepitans (sand box), Caesalpinia bonduc (nicker nut), Jatropha curcas (barbados nut) and Magnifera indica (mango).
The most frequent moss species in number of records were Leucobryum martianum (128 records), Sematophyllum subsimplex (120), Octoblepharum albidum (90) and Leucophanes molleri (89).
La region Andina comparte con la Pacifica 14 especies: Acroporium estrellae, Bartramia longifolia, Callicostella pallida, Crossomitrium patrisiae, Fissidens lagenarius, Fissidens mollis, Groutiella apiculata, Isopterygium tenerum, Leucobryum giganteum, Leucomium strumosum, Macrocoma tenuis, Octoblepharum albidum, Philonotis uncinata y Syrrhopodon lycopodioides.
This oil is used as a substitute for North American sassafras oil, which can be extracted from Sassafras albidum as well as from the pau-rosa oil of the Amazonian plant Aniba roseodora.
Antioxidant activity of Chrysphylum albidum essential oil.
The mode of origin of root buds and root sprouts in the clonal tree Sassafras albidum (Lauraceae).
Nutritional composition of Chrysophyllum albidum, Maluspumila and Psidium guajava fruits.
En las ultimas colecciones realizadas fue encontrada asociada a un musgo (Octoblepharum albidum Hedw.