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Moringa oleifera ( Lam ) – A nutritional powerhouse

  title={Moringa oleifera ( Lam ) – A nutritional powerhouse},
  author={E. Alli Rani and Thangavelu Arumugam},
Moringa oleifera Lam., a medium sized tree species has gained importance due to its multipurpose usage and well adaptability to dry and hot climates of North-Western plains, central India and dry regions of peninsular India. It can be grown as a crop on marginal lands with high temperatures and low water availability, where it is difficult to cultivate other agricultural crops. It has an impressive range of medicinal uses with high nutritional value. Different parts of this plant contain a… 

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