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BASICS OF PLANT MINERAL NUTRITION By E. A. Akinrinde
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'The book is designed to avail readers with information on plant nutrition, including its background and historical development, consideration of the essential nutrient elements, nutrient transport... More > and mechanism of nutrient uptake, role of individual nutrient element in plant metabolism, nutrient carriers (sources), different fertilizers, nutrient supply in relation to crop yield, crop quality and resistance to diseases, as well as the importance of radioisotopes in plant nutrition'.< Less
BASICS OF PLANT MINERAL NUTRITION By E. A. Akinrinde
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'The book is designed to avail readers with information on plant nutrition, including its background and historical development, consideration of the essential nutrient elements, nutrient transport... More > and mechanism of nutrient uptake, role of individual nutrient element in plant metabolism, nutrient carriers (sources), different fertilizers, nutrient supply in relation to crop yield, crop quality and resistance to diseases, as well as the importance of radioisotopes in plant nutrition'.< Less
Rhubarb, the Pie Plant: Growing Practices and Nutritional Information By Roby Jose Ciju
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This is a small booklet that explains general GROWING PRACTICES for rhubarb plant and is meant for growers of this plant. Rhubarb is popularly known as ‘the pie-plant’ because of its... More > significance as a major ingredient in preparing pies. Botanical name of Rhubarb is Rheum rhabarbarum. Rhubarb is a cool season crop which is grown as an herbaceous, perennial vegetable. Rhubarb belongs to the family Polygonaceae. The economically significant portion of the plant is its fleshy leafstalks and the plant is normally grown for these fleshy leaf stalks (petioles) only. Color of petioles may be red, white or green depending upon the cultivar.< Less
Curry Leaf Plant: Growing Practices and Nutritional Information By Roby Jose Ciju
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Botanical name of curry leaf plant is Murraya koenigii. It belongs to the family Rutaceace, the citrus family. Curry leaf plant is tropical to subtropical in growth habit. It is grown as a perennial... More > plant which when grown in an open space, grows into a small tree of up to 5 meters in height; while growing in containers and greenhouses, it grows into a small bushy shrub of up to 2.5 meters in height. Curry leaf plant is a leafy-spice crop grown for its fresh, aromatic leaves. Fresh curry leaves, sometimes dried and frozen curry leaves also, are used as a flavouring agent and tastemaker in many South Asian food preparations. Curry leaf plant is not a widely-grown commercial crop. Uses of curry leaves are limited to ethnic communities belonging to South East Asian regions comprising of India, Srilanka and Burma.< Less
Nature & Nutrition By AK Mohiuddin
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The use of herbal medicinal products and supplements has increased tremendously over the past three decades with not less than 80% of people worldwide relying on them for some part of primary... More > healthcare. This past decade has obviously witnessed a tremendous surge in acceptance and public interest in natural therapies both in developing and developed countries, with these herbal remedies being available not only in drug stores, but now also in food stores and supermarkets. It is also common knowledge that the safety of most herbal products is further compromised by lack of suitable quality controls, inadequate labeling, and the absence of appropriate patient information. It has become essential, therefore, to furnish the general public including healthcare professionals with adequate information to facilitate better understanding of the risks associated with the use of these products and to ensure that all medicines are safe and of suitable quality.< Less
Nature & Nutrition By AK Mohiuddin
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The use of herbal medicinal products and supplements has increased tremendously over the past three decades with not less than 80% of people worldwide relying on them for some part of primary... More > healthcare. It has become essential, therefore, to furnish the general public including healthcare professionals with adequate information to facilitate better understanding of the risks associated with the use of these products and to ensure that all medicines are safe and of suitable quality.< Less
Cherry Pattern Plant Notebook By Papersian Journals
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A beautiful notebook to write all your projects, your recipes, to do list or other. It is composed of : 6 x 9 in (15.2 x 22.9 cm) dimensions; 120 ligned pages This notebook or journal can be an... More > excellent gift for your loved ones.< Less
Medicinal Plants for Diabetes By Aaron Matas
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Fifty five plants are listed with a short description of beneficial effects related to diabetes. A few common ones are Ginger, Grape, Beans, Ginseng, Pumpkin, Oats and Flax. A few not so common... More > include Bitter Melon, Neem (Indian People's Pharmacy) and Quava. This is a good place to start on the road to nutritional health.< Less
Planted Spiral bound By Melanie Troxell
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A nutritious, delicious collection of 150+ plant-based recipes... America is undernourished. People are hungry, really hungry. With the abundance of good food that's available in the Western World,... More > it's difficult to understand how this is possible! You ARE getting enough calories. You just aren't getting enough nutrition. The main goal of this book is to give a few tools to help satisfy the hunger. Thankfully, it's absolutely possible to fill and up and stay satisfied on beautiful, delicious food that is quick and easy to prepare.< Less
Watermelon: Nutritional & Health benefits By Umar Bacha et al.
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Plant products are important sources of nutrients with no or low side effects. Also, they are cheap and easy available as compared to the other pharmaceutical products, they are popular in most of... More > the countries. Plants with ethno-medicinal properties were the lifesaving option dating back to prehistory and even today about 80% of Africans use plant medicine for their health care. Vegetables and fruits provide enormous bioactive compounds such as anthocyanin’s, flavonoids, vitamins, phenolic compounds, dietary fiber, and carotenoids. Citrallus lanatus (watermelon) is among folk medicine as they contain biologically active substances. The book will be emphasizing on the medicinal benefits of watermelon species in Pakistan.< Less

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