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A comparative anatomy of the stem and leaf structure of Scoparia dulcis linn. and Lindenbergia philippensis (Cham) Benth.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC900931
Author(s) :
Maravillas AV, Dipasupil PM
Source Document :
Nat Appl Sci Bull. (Journal)
Abstract :
The anatomy of the leaf and stem of Scoparia dulcis is similar to L. philippensis. The mesophyll of both leaves is strictly dorsiventral Both species contain alkaloids and tannins but S. dulcis Linn. has also fatty globules in the epidermis and parenchyma cells of the leaf and stem. Calcium oxalate . . .
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UPLB
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Experiences with growing vanilla (Vanilla planifolia Andr.).

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC900934
Author(s) :
Davis EH
Source Document :
Acta Hortic. (Journal)
Abstract :
Vanilla planifolia Andr., commonly referred to as vanilla, is a tropical vine of the family Orchidaceae. The successful profitable culture requires proper management. A minimum of labor and a modest outlay of money is needed but to produce an acceptable quality of beans economically requires attenti . . .
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EGQ
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A pharmacognostical study on the fruit and seed of Hydnocarpus alcalae C. DC.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC900804
Author(s) :
Vallarta MT
Source Document :
Nat Appl Sci Bull. (Journal)
Abstract :
Hydnocarpus alcalae C. DC. is a dioecious plant, although morphological differentiation is not complete. Functional dioecism is correlated with the peculiarity of the structure of the flowers. In one type the stamens are morphologically reduced although not completely atrophied, whereas in the other . . .
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UPLB
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A comparative study of nutrients of nuts of pili (Canarium ovarum Engl.).

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC900819
Author(s) :
Garcia GM
Source Document :
Philipp Agric. (Journal)
Abstract :
A study of pili nut including its nutrient composition showed the following results: pulp, 62.26%; kernel, 20.59% ; moisture, 23.74%; ash, 3.11%; fats, 78.55%; protein, 13.91%; crude protein, 1.86%, nitrogen free extract, 2.55%; and calorific value of 770 calories per 100 g of oven-dry sample. There . . .
Physical Location :
UPLB
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Methods of propagation of pili.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC900820
Author(s) :
Cabrera NV
Source Document :
UPCA Biweekly Bull. (Journal)
Abstract :
Seeds of pili planted without cracking the shell gave the highest percentage of germination. The percentage of seed germination decreased with length of storage. Propagating pili using stem cuttings was not successful. None of the 413 cuttings planted grew.(Author)
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UPLB
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Studies on the extraction of crude papain.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC900822
Author(s) :
Dela Paz VC
Source Document :
UPCA Biweekly Bull. (Journal)
Abstract :
Yield of papain varied between fruits on the same tree between trees of the same variety. The best time of tapping was from 6:00 to 10:00 A.M. Among the four papaya varieties studied, the highest percentage of dried latex was obtained from Hawaiian Long. Tapping the fruit for papain perparation had . . .
Physical Location :
UPLB
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A study of some asexual methods of propagating the starapple (Chrysophyllum cainito L.).

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC900823
Author(s) :
Gonzales LG, Songmani A
Source Document :
Philipp Agric. (Journal)
Abstract :
Marcotting resulted in only 27.2% rooting for all kinds of branches. Delaying the covering for ten days was found favorable. Inarching was 85 to 100% successful. The earliest time to separate the inarches from the parent tree was found to be 30 days after inarching. Budding was a complete failure. D . . .
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UPLB
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Effect of different levels of nitrogen on the nodule formation and yield of peanut.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC900827
Author(s) :
Martinez CR
Source Document :
CLSU Scient J. (Journal)
Abstract :
This study was conducted to determine the effect of different levels of nitrogen (45-0-0) on the nodule formation and yield of peanut. The different treatments used were 0,30,60,90,180 kg of nitrogen per hectare Results disclosed that plants treated with lower level of N produced more nodules, both . . .
Physical Location :
IRRI
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A chemical study of the bark of "tangal" [Ceriops tagal (Perr.) C.B. Rob.] with particular emphasis on the separation of the coloring matter.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC900835
Author(s) :
Dayco J
Source Document :
Unitas. (Journal)
Abstract :
Previous references on the utilization of "tangal" and the properties of the extract obtained from the bark were reviewed. Preliminary analysis of the bark indicated the presence of catechol tannin and coloring matter. The powdered bark of "tangal" contains 27.35% of catechol tan . . .
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UPLB
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Lansium domesticum Correa: I. A study of the chemistry of the rind and the pharmacodynamics of the resin obtained therefrom.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC900838
Author(s) :
Garcia S, Valenzuela P, Guevarra R
Source Document :
Nat Appl Sci Bull. (Journal)
Abstract :
A review of the literature on lanson, Lansium domesticum Correa (Meliaceae), was made. The moisture and ash contents of the rind were determined. Preliminary tests for the presence of enzyme and alkaloid gave negative results. One lot of fresh rind yielded by extraction with alcohol and subsequent s . . .
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UPLB
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