Siliqua


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Siliqua

 

(1) An ancient Roman unit of weight or measure equal to 1/728 of a libra (327.45 g) or one-sixth of a scripulum (0.19g).

(2) A Roman and Byzantine silver coin. First issued in A.D. 323, it was equal to 1/24 of a gold solidus. During the fifth and sixth centuries it was used as the basic monetary unit of the Byzantine Empire. With the fall of the Byzantine Empire the sili-qua went out of use.

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Table 2 shows number of hermaphrodite flowers per raceme, average numbers of matured pods per raceme, and percentages of matured for Ceratonia Siliqua trees exposed to four pollination treatments.
In the gills and labial palps of Ensis arcuatus, Ensis siliqua, and Solen marginatus from Spain (Lopez-Gomez et al.
Statistical studies and comparison of LH, FSH, testosterone and dihydrotestosterone hormones were made among experimental, control and sham groups, following consumption of hydro-alcoholic extract of Ceratonia siliqua seeds and the results are shown in table 1.
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To find out the number of seeds per siliqua from each sub-plot, 30 siliquae were chosen randomly and after counting number of available seeds, the number of seeds per siliqua was determined for each experimental unit.
Razor clams, Siliqua patula (Dixon): gonadal development induced spawning and larval rearing.
Scientific name Author citation English name Cerastoderma edirfe (Linnaeus, 1758) Common edible cockle Cerastoderma glaucum (Bruguiere, 1789) Olive green cockle Crassostrea angulata (Lamark, 1819) Portuguese oyster Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793) Pacific cupped oyster, Japanese oyster Ensis ensis (Linnaeus, 1758) Pod razor shell Ensis siliqua (Linnaeus, 1758) Sword razor shell Mytilus edulis (Linnaeus, 1758) Blue mussel Mytilus gallopro vincialis (Lamarck.
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Reproductive cycles of the razor clam Ensis siliqua and the clam Venus striatula off Vilamoura, southern Portugal.
For instance, trees such as pods and roots of Acacia tortilis are used to treat skin infections, allergic dermatomes, and as a vermifuge; Parkinsonia aculeata is used as an antipyretic and to treat diabetics; pods of Ceratonia siliqua are used as a laxative and have demulcent qualities.