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Oil yielding plants

M. Ahmedullah

Oil yielding plants

by M. Ahmedullah

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Published by Botanic Garden of Indian Republic, Botanical Survey of India in Noida .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oilseed plants -- Nomenclature (Popular),
  • Oilseed plants -- Utilization

  • Edition Notes

    StatementM. Ahmedullah & M. Sanjappa, with assistance from S.S. Dash.
    GenreNomenclature (Popular)
    ContributionsSanjappa, M., 1951- joint author., Dash. S. S.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB298 .A36 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii,104 p., [24] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23835644M
    ISBN 1081770226
    LC Control Number2009310486

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Alternative Lighting: Plant Oils and Waxes. There are a number of plants, either native of Britain or able to be grown here, that can be used to provide an alternative form of lighting. Some of these plants yield a wax or an oil that can be formed directly into candles, some yield an oil that can be burnt, and others can be used as wicks.

UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS CULTIVATED PLANTS, PRIMARILY AS FOOD SOURCES – Vol. I – Plants as Sources of Oil - Katalin Perédi Vásárhelyi, József Perédi Owing to these various demands, it has been required to increase their quantity from.

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The state is inhabited by about 63 tribal communities. The rich flora, the vast forest and large tribal population provide suitable conditions for ethnobotanical studies.

Tribal communities largely depend on forest produce for their day to day needs like food, medicine, shelter, oilseeds, fibre and Author: R. Girach, Aminuddin, S. Khan. From the Preface: "The dataset on oil yielding plants was structured in a simplistic manner, with fields for scientific name, common/vernacular names, habit and source/uses of the oil.

The nomenclature has been updated to the extent possible. However, the names by which the plants are more popularly known have been kept in parenthesis. is injected into the plant charge. Due to the influence of hot water and steam, the essential oil is freed from the oil glands in the plant tissue.

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