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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Iipumbu, "Compositional Analysis of Locally Cultivated Carob (Ceratonia Siliqua) Cultivars and Development of Nutritional Food Products for a Range of Market Sectors," 2008.
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.
bicornis indicated differences between wild plant, autumn and late winter sowings indicated significant (P less than 0.05) differences in plant height, number of siliqua, siliqua length, siliqua yield, seed length, peduncle length, seed width, number of seed in siluqua and thousand seed weight (Table III).
punctata, Daphne linearifolia (endemic), Ceratonia siliqua, Olea europaea, and Arbutus andrachne.
Temporal dynamics of amino and fatty acid composition in the razor clam Ensis siliqua (Mollusca: Bivalvia).
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.
Efeito da rega e da fertilizacao com azoto na produtividade da alfarrobeira (Ceratonia siliqua L.).
A similar tendency observed for the Ensis arcuatus and Ensis siliqua populations in Clyde Sea, Scotland, was ascribed to the ontogenetic migration (Hauton et al.
Bani-Saeedi [8] stated that nitrogen by reducing flower abscission, and consequently affecting 1000-seed weight, increasing the number of siliquae per unit area and decreasing the number of seeds per siliqua, caused more seed yield per hectare.
Caracteristicas: Rhamnus alaternus 2, Phillyrea angustifolia 1 en 1; Ceratonia siliqua 2 en 3; Aristolochia baetica 1 en 6.
2004, 2005a) in Ria de Vigo (Galicia, northwest Spain), about 0.3 (g/g dry shell mass) in Ensis siliqua (Linnaeus, 1758) (Darriba et al.
II Other taxa: Macrochloa tenacissima + in 1 and 5; Aristolochia baetica and Carlina corymbosa + in 1; Ulex argenteus, Phillyrea angustifolia, Arbutus unedo, Cistus monspeliensis and Ceratonia siliqua +, Centaurium erythraea and Iris xiphium 1 in 2; Plantago lanceolata, Ornithogalum narbonense, Atractylis gummifera and Asphodelus ramosus + in 3; Scilla peruviana + in 4.