Current status on production and utilization of spider plant (Cleome
gynandra L.) an underutilized leafy vegetable in Kenya.
 Department of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF), Cleome
, Resource Centre, Pretoria, South Africa.
Effects of maturity stage, Desiccation and storage period on seed quality of cleome
Kandaswamy, "Anti-inflammatory and lysosomal stability actions of Cleome
Vessels are in groups ranging from a mean of 1.4 vessels per group in Cleome
artomala Kunth to 4.0 in Peritoma arborea (Fig.
aurota on the subcontinent (where the species is generally referred to as the "Pioneer") are all Capparaceae; the genera Cadaba, Capparais and Maerua are specifically named and no other families or genera (including Cleome
, the principal UAE representative of Capparaceae) are mentioned (G.R.
Poaceae Herb 35 Chrozophora rottleri Euphorbiaceae Herb (Geis) Spring 36 Cleome
burmanni Capparidaceae Herb 37 Cleome
In addition, several other Kenyan local shrubs, including Cleome
hirta and Gynandropsis gynandra, have demonstrated potential as tick-repellent pasture plants [25-27].
'Senorita Blanca' cleome
is the most-asked-about new plant in Sunset's test garden.
(capim carrapicho), Chamaesyce prostrata (Aiton) Small (quebra pedra rasteira), Cleome
Overall, the species with the highest density in the crystalline area were Callisia repens, Microtea paniculata, Mollugo verticilata, Panicum trichoides, Phyllanthus niruri, Alternanthera tenela, Richardia grandiflora, Herissantia tiubae and Cleome
diffusa, accounting for 74.6% of the total density (Table 1).