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Anti cancer, rich in fiber. The wild-shaped deeply lobed LEAVES are where the real vitamins and nutrients are. contain more calcium than any other vegetable. Help keep teeth white and gums healthy, helps fight body odor. Juice or blend in smoothies. In mustard family.
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There was a significant difference (P<0.05) in nitrate contents of morning and afternoon samples of Sorghum bicolor, Pennisetum glaucum, Zea mays, Avena sativa, Brassica campestris and Brassica rapa (Table I).
The species identified were Setaria spp, Digitaria sanguinalis (polynically analogue as Poaceae 35[mu]m, Portulaca oleracea, Chenopodium album, and Amaranthus quitensis (polynically analogated as Cheno/Ams), Agropyron repens (polynically analogated as Poaceae 25[mu]m), Brassica campestris (polynically analogated as Brassicaceae) and Polygonum convolvulus (polynically analogated as Polygonaceae).
For example, in case of alfalfa (Medicago sativa) and toria (Brassica campestris), one forager at a time could work on a flower (pollination of bisexual and single flowers, the first situation, Figures 1-4), and a visitor, such as a honeybee, visiting these flowers, travelled from one flower to the other.
The study by [9] on antimicrobial activity of mustard essential oil against Escherichia coli O157: H7 and Salmonella typhi adds further value to the statement on richness of nature in antimicrobial agents by highlighting the mode action of Brassica campestris on cytoplasmic membrane involvement in the antimicrobial action of mustard essential oil resulting in a loss of cell homeostasis and recommending that the mustard essential oil can be used as an effective antimicrobial agent.
Germination and methods to break seed dormancy of Brassica juncea and Brassica campestris. Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, v.66, p.93-96, 2000.
The herbicidal activity resulted of the title compounds against Echinochloa crusgalli and Brassica campestris were determined.
The powder is rubbed off from one leaf, and a few drops of oil obtained from seeds of Brassica campestris is put on the leaf.
(2007) reported that leaf and bark extracts of Ougeinia oojeinensis are equally toxic to the germination and plumule and radicle growth of Brassica campestris, Hordeum vulgare, and Triticum aestivum.