, citronella, geranium, lemongrass, orange, palmarosa, and patchouli inhibited all 12 fungi tested.
 Survey of Economic Activity of the Population (BAEL
), Central Statistical Office, Warszawa, 2011.
Bierni zawodowo wg BAEL
. Adres: http:// stat.gov.pl/obszary-tematyczne/rynek-pracy/pracujacybezrobotni-bierni-zawodowo-wg-bael
commonly known as "Bael
" in hindi (Kesari et al., 2006) belongs to Rutaceae family, is a well-known Ayurvedic medicinal plant.
commonly known as Bael
or Bilva belonging to the family Rutaceae has been widely used in indigenous systems of Indian medicine due to its various medicinal properties [1, 2].
pulp residue as a new source of antioxidant dietary fiber in goat meat nuggets.
tree leaf powder (Kumar, Kirthika 2009), chitosan encapsulated Sargassum sp.
MEJIA, L.C.; ROJAS, E.I.; MAYNARD, Z.; VAN BAEL
, S.; ARNOLD, A.E.; HEBBAR, P.; SAMUELS, G.J.; ROBBINS, N.; HERRE, E.A.
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The sweet-tasting bael
fruit tea (called "stone apple") used for digestive disorders, also functions as glue by kite-making kids in the countryside.