Fungicidal effect and oral acute toxicity of Psophocarpus tetragonolobus
Guar gum, galactomannan is a non-gelling neutral polysaccharide composed of a linear (1- 4)-b-D-mannan backbone, mainly obtained from the endosperm of many leguminous seeds like Cyamopsis tetragonolobus
Guar gum is a water soluble polysaccharide derived from the seeds of Cyamopsis tetragonolobus
, family of Leguminosae.
The in vitro performance allowed to conclude that the length of roots and the size of leaves were significantly higher in the media solidified with agar/guar galactomannans (GMs) extracted from seeds of a native Brazilian specie designated Cassia fastuosa (cassia) and from Cyamopsis tetragonolobus
(guar guma commercial GM) were mixed with agar (Jain and Babbar, 2005), in the proportion of 3/3gL-1 (w/w), and used as a gelling agent in Marubakaido apple rootstock (Malus prunifolia Borkh) micropropagation.
A comparison of binding specificities of lectins from Ulex Europius and Lotus Tetragonolobus
ternatea defensins were found clustered with other tribe Phaseoleae species such as Phaseolus vulgaris, Vigna radiata, Glycine max and Psophocarpus tetragonolobus
ademas de un amplio cortejo de taxones como Cirsium monspessulanun, Tetragonolobus
maritimus, Lysimachia ephemerum, Prunella vulgaris, Senecio doria, o especies de Orchis, Pulicaria, Hypericum, Euphorbia, Linum, Ranunculus, Trifolium, Mentha, Galium, etc.
Riang Seed Psophocarpus Tua Pooh Fruit tetragonolobus
Guar gum known as guar flour is natural water soluble nonionic polysaccharides isolated from the seeds of Cyamopsis tetragonolobus
(Linn, Family leguminous).
So far, four types of fiber have shown cholesterol reduction: psyllium fiber (Plantago ovata/Plantago psyllium); pectin from citrus and other fruits; galactomannan or guar gum from the Cyamopsis tetragonolobus
tree; and (1,3)(1,4)-beta-D-glucans from cereal grain cell walls.
19] also observed similar reduction trend in peroxide value after refining in Psophocarpus tetragonolobus
30 Other species: Dactylorhiza maculata 2 in 5 and + in 8; Agrostis stolonifera and Juncus subnodulosus 1 in 2; Juncus acutiflorus and Phragmites australis 1 and Phleum bertolonii + in 3; Scirpoides holoschoenus 1 in 4; Taraxacum vulgare + in 5; Galium verum and Polygala vulgaris 1, Dactylorhiza elata, Juncus conglomeratus, Leontodon carpetanus and Tetragonolobus
maritimus + in 6; Danthonia decumbens + in 8; Trifolium repens and Cardamine castellana 1 in 9; Leontodon hispidus 1 in 10.