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Genetic conservation in Parkia biglobosa (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) - what do we know?

References Adesoye AI, Ogunremi CO, Aina OO (2013) Genetic variation and heritability of seedlings traits in African locust bean - Parkia biglobosa (Jacq.) R.Br. ex Don. Legume Res 36: 89-97 Ahuja MR (1986) Storage of forest tree germplasm in liquid nitrogen (-196 °C). Silvae Genet 35: 249-151 Amusa O, Adesoye A, Ogunkanmi A, Omoche O, Olowe O, Akinyosoye S, Omod­ele T (2014) Genetic diversity of Parkia biglobosa from different agroecological zones of Nigeria using RAPD Markers. Inter JBiodiv, 6p https

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Fractionation and evaluation of proteins in roots of Echinacea purpurea (L.) Moench

:1006827921151. 8. H. C. Silva, A. U. Bari, B. A. Rocha, K. S. Nascimento, E. L. Ponte, A. F. Pires, P. Delatorre, E. H. Teixeira, H. Debray, A. M. Assreuy, C. S. Nagano and B. S. Cavada, Purification and primary structure of a mannose/glucose-binding lectin from Parkia biglobosa Jacq. seeds with antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory properties, J. Mol. Recogn. 26 (2013) 470-478; DOI: 10.1002/jmr.2289. 9. M. M. Bradford, A rapid and sensitive method for the quantitation of microgram quantities of protein utilizing the principle of protein

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Physical Properties of Buckwheat Water Biscuits Formulated from Fermented Flours by Selected Lactic Acid Bacteria

growth of Lactobacillus species during a rye flour fermentation. Food Microbiol., 2001, 18, 217–227. 24. Ouoba L.I.I., Rechinger K.B., Barkholt V., Diawara B., Traore A.S., Jakobsen M., Degradation of proteins during the fermentation of African locust bean ( Parkia biglobosa ) by strains of Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus pumilus for production of Soumbala. J. Appl. Microbiol., 2003, 94, 396–402. 25. Pelikánová J., Liptáková D., Valík L., Suitability of lactic acid bacteria for fermentation of maize and amaranth. J. Food Nutr. Res., 2015, 54, 354

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Toxicological evaluation of the aqueous stem bark extract of Bridelia ferruginea (Euphorbiaceae) in rodents

–688. Elvin-Lewis M (2001). Should we be concerned about herbal remedies? J Ethnopharmacol 75 (2–3): 141–164. Ernst E. (1998). Harmless herbs? A review of the recent literature. Am J Med 104 : 170–178. Etta HE, Eneobong EE, Okon EA. (2012). Modifications in sperm quality of Wister Albino Rats by Ethanol Extract of Phyllanthus amarus (Schum. and Thonn). Nig J Biotech 24 : 54–57. Ezekwe CI, Ada AC, Okechukwu PCU (2013). Effects of Methanol Extract of Parkia biglobosa Stem Bark on the Liver and Kidney Functions of Albino Rats. Global Journal of

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Kinetic and Isotherm Analysis of Cu(II) Adsorption onto Almond Shell (Prunus Dulcis)

in HCl solution. Metals. 2015;5:1812-1820. DOI: 10.3390/met5041812. [26] Giwa AA, Abdulsalam KA, Wewers F, Oladipo MA. Biosorption of acid dye in single and multidye systems onto sawdust of locust bean (Parkia biglobosa) tree. J Chem. 2016; Article ID 6436039. DOI: 10.1155/2016/6436039. [27] Aljeboreea AM, Alshirifib AN, Alkaim AF. Kinetics and equilibrium study for the adsorption of textile dyes on coconut shell activated carbon. Arab J Chem. 2014. DOI: 10.1016/j.arabjc.2014.01.020. [28] Maheshwari U, Mathesan B

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Artificial Neural Network Approach for Modeling of Ni(Ii) Adsorption from Aqueous Solution by Peanut Shell

of acid dye in single and multidye systems onto sawdust of locust bean (Parkia biglobosa) tree. Hindawi Publish Corp J Chem. 2016;Article ID 6436039,11 pages. DOI: 10.1155/2016/6436039. [56] Maheshwari U, Mathesan B, Gupta S. Efficient adsorbent for simultaneous removal of Cu(II), Zn(II) and Cr(VI): Kinetic, thermodynamics and mass transfer mechanism. Proc Safety Environ Protec. 2015;98:198-210. DOI: 10.1016/j.psep.2015.07.010. [57] Li H, Huang G, An C, Hu J, Yang S. Removal of tannin from aqueous solution by adsorption onto treated coal fly ash

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