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Brassicaceae

[‚bras·ə′kās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
An equivalent name for the Cruciferae.
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cruciferous vegetables

cruciferous vegetables

Like brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, mustard and horseradish, contain -Sulforaphane which detoxifies carcinogens and inhibits tumors. Colon cancer might be cut in half by eating lots of broccoli. Even more powerful are broccoli sprouts (up to 50x more powerful than mature broccoli) Cruciferous contain DIM (di-indolylmethane) a plant indole that’s really good at balancing hormones- it increases good estrogen metabolites and antioxidant properties that protect the heart and brain. It's fat soluble, so it's best taken with a light meal with some kind of healthy fat or oil. Do NOT mix with fruit or sugar. Structurally similar to estrogen, DIM helps fight breast cancer, PMS, and low sex drive in men. It helps fight hormone-driven cancers, good for prostate and uterine issues, promotes weight loss, boosts male performance, helps fight H. Pylori infection involved w stomach ulcers and cancers. One way to identify a plant from the mustard family (all of which are edible) is the flowers have 4 petals with 6 stamens–4 tall and 2 short.
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The researchers found that a rise in temperature, from 22A[bar]C to 27A[bar]C, accelerated pod shattering and seed dispersal in Arabidopsis plants and important Brassicaceae crops such as oilseed rape, a key ingredient in vegetable oil.
Crantz that is another species of Brassicaceae family studied for the effect of BAP and NAA hormone combinations on in vitro conditions (Tattersall et al.
From our observations, it can be reported that the highest densities of weed (1296) found in Brassicaceae family, followed by Amaranthaceae, Asteraceae and Poaceae family with a weed number of 1086.
Otros taxones que destacaron fueron: Brassicaceae, Baccharis sp.
From this study, it can be concluded that weed species of Brassicaceae and Amaranthaceae family are more intensified in Rosa crop plantation in Al-Hada or Al-Shafa region of Saudi Arabia.
25] demonstrated that the FRAP antioxidant activity in 8-days nine varieties of Brassicaceae sprouts (broccoli, kohlrabi, red cabbage, rutabaga, turnip, turnip greens, radish, garden cress, and white mustard) ranged 0.
Production of vegetables such as species of Brassicaceae is an excellent option for family farms, especially in organic systems (Pinto et al.
The size of Brassicaceae (3710 species) and Capparaceae (480) and their wide range of ecological distribution provide a much better material for understanding wood evolution than an assemblage of species with stereotyped habitat preferences.
Camelina sativais a short season (85-100 days) flowering plant and belongs to family Brassicaceae.
Among the 40 identified families, some are more represented than others in this region: Lamiaceae (12 species), Asteraceae and Brassicaceae, each with 4 species and which are also the richest families in Morocco.
They feed on many vegetable plants including all members of the Brassicaceae family, and even tomatoes.
Los extractos obtenidos de plantas pertenecientes a la familia botanica Brassicaceae se caracterizan por presentar diversas actividades biologicas, dentro de las cuales se encuentran propiedades antimicrobiana, antiviral, antifungica e insecticida (Bjorkman et al.