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ON SESAME-AN ETHNO MEDICINALLY SIGNIFICANT OIL CROP

@inproceedings{Mukta2017ONSE,
  title={ON SESAME-AN ETHNO MEDICINALLY SIGNIFICANT OIL CROP},
  author={N. Mukta and Patil Neeta},
  year={2017}
}
Herbal medicines are popular in the treatment of many diseases. They are safe and easily available. India produces different oil seeds like groundnut, mustard, rapeseed and sesame seed and substantial quantity of edible oils is consumed here. Sesame is widely known oil crop of Pedaliaceae family with bell shaped purple or white coloured flowers. The fruits of the plant are oblong capsules containing numerous small and oval seeds which show colours like white, red, brown or black. Sesame seeds… 
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