10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «FABACEOUS»
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Bioactive Natural Products (Part F)
It has been revealed that OGs are widely distributed in fabaceous plants and
show several biological activities. As a part of our study on the chemical
constituents of fabaceous plants, we have obtained over 191 OGs from 40
Naturally Occurring Bioactive Compounds
important. fabaceous. plants. A review of literature reveals that a significant
contribution has been made regarding the antimicrobial potential of family
Fabaceae (Mahajan, 1971; Umalkar et al., 1976; Allen and Allen, 1981; Pandey
et al., 1982; ...
Walker remodelled, a new critical pronouncing dictionary of ...
FABACEOUS,. ra-ba'-sh'us,90: a. Ukeabeau. FABIAN, fa'-bj-dn, 90 : a. Wiih the
delay or art of Pabius, who conquered Hannibal by avoiding battle. FABLE, fa'-bl,
101: *. A feigned story to enforce Kime moral precept; a fiction; the contexture of ...
Benjamin Humphrey Smart, John Walker, 1836
Materia Medica; Or, Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Lindley says that “nothing more plainly indicates the venomous”* (Narcotic) “
nature of Fabaceous plants than their being used as fish poisons.” (Lindl. Veget.
Kingd. *' Professor John Lindley, (not a physician, though the author of a work on
Field Flowers: A Handy-book for the Rambling Botanist, ...
They represent the great national order of Papilionaceous plants, so named
because of the resemblance of their flowers to butterflies. They are also called
Fabaceous because of the peculiar bean-like pods in which their seeds are
India, a Lifescape: Butterflies of Peninsular India
Tridax, Alternanthera and fabaceous prostrate herbs are some favourites. Damp
soil patches also attract the males and a few of them may assemble at a mud-
puddling site. Reproduction Mating takes place usually during the noon and ...
Krushnamegh Kunte, Madhav Gadgil, 2000
Fabaceous plants are most dominant in West Bengal (India) followed, in degree
of prevalence, by Poaceae, Asteraceae, Euphorbiaceae, Scrophulariaceae,
Solanaceae, etc. Out of these, pollen of Poaceae and Asteraceae are highly
... that " nothing more plainly indicates the venomous"* (Narcotic) " nature of
Fabaceous plants than their being used as fish poisons." (Lindl. Veget. Kingd. *
Professor John Lindley, (not a physician, though the author of a work on the
Histopathology of Seed-Borne Infections
This is the main mechanical layer in fabaceous seed. The cells of the
subepidermal layer become columnar, develop unequal thickenings, and form
the hourglass cells (Figure 2.13H). The remaining layers remain thin-walled and
Dalbir Singh, S. B. Mathur, 2004
The Word Lover's Delight: Awesome Adjectives, Nifty Nouns, ...
fabaceous (adj.) fah-BEY -shuhs—having to do with a bean The meat lover
refused to eat anything fabaceous. facinorous (adj.) fah-SIN -uhr-uhs—extremely
evil The facinorous woman in green could have been mistaken for the Wicked
From the Editors of the Captivate Network, 2009
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «FABACEOUS»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term fabaceous
is used in the context of the following news items.
Big word, bigger letdown
They spelled it correctly, then easily finished up with "fabaceous" to score the upset win just minutes after the Spellbinders seemingly had it won ... «Arizona Daily Sun, May 13»
Germaine Greer: the drought fall-out is not over
Apparently the robinia is called the Black Locust to distinguish it from the Honey Locust, which belongs to a completely different fabaceous ... «Telegraph.co.uk, May 12»