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Quantifying biological nitrogen fixation of agroforestryshrub species using 15N dilution techniques under greenhouse conditions G. Issah • A. A. Kimaro • J. Kort • J. D. Knight Received: 5 October 2013 / Accepted: 29 April 2014 / Published online: 18 May 2014 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2014

Medicinal and therapeutic potential of Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.)
Results: Sea buckthorn has been scientifically analyzed and many of its traditional uses have been established
using several biochemical and pharmacological studies. Various pharmacological activities such
as cytoprotective, anti-stress, immunomodulatory, hepatoprotective, radioprotective, anti-atherogenic,
anti-tumor, anti-microbial and tissue regeneration have been reported.
Conclusion: It is clear that Sea buckthorn is an important plant.

Laboratory of Nutrition, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, 54124, Greece

keywords: Greece, Nutrition, Hippophae rhamnoides L., Nutrition, Christaki, anticarcenogenic





Eastern Cereal and Oilseed Research Centre, Pacific Agri-Food Research Centre

Keywords: Hippophae rhamnoides, landscape, food, health benefits, distribution




Paul M. Catling
Keywords: Hippophae rhamnoides, Glossy Buckthorn, research, introduced species 

Impact of the alien sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhanoides L. on sand dune ecosystems in Ireland

Pierre Binggeli, Maurice Eakin Amyan Macfadyen, James Power, & Jenny McConnell
University of Ulster, Coleraine, Co. Derry, UK
Keywords: Hippophae rhamnoides L., Ireland, dunes, shoreline, Britain, introduced species 

Fruit structure of Hippophae rhamnoides cv. Indian Summer (sea buckthorn)
J.E. Harrison and T. Beveridge
Keywords: Hippophae, Elaeagnaceae, rhamnoides, mongolica Rousi, seed, microscopy

Evaluations of a Collections Network as a Souce of Information on Economically Important Plants
Gisele Mitrow and Paul Catling
DAO herbarium and National Vascular Plant Identification Service, Eastern Cereal and Oilseed Research Center
Keywords: Plant collections, Hippophae rhamnoides, Sea Buckthorn, value of plant collections 
SEE PAGE 77, DISCUSSION

Review:  Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.): A Multipurpose Plant
Thomas S.C. Li and W.R. Schroder
Keywords:  Soil erosion, Land reclamation, farmstead protection, nutritional and medicinal values, sea buckthorn

Horticultural Aspect of Sea buckthorn
Thomas S.C. Li
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Pacific Agri-Food Research Center
Keywords: sea buckthorn products, sea buckthorn industry, seabuckthorn raw material, market, supply chain, sea buckthorn culture

IRIS The Alberta Native Plant Council Newsletter, No. 55 October 2007  SEA BUCKTHORN, Hippophae rhamnoides
Keywords: Opinion Gustave J. Yaki, invasive 


Seaberry Harvesting technical information - Effects of Temperature and Loading Characteristics on Mechanical and Stress-Relaxation Properties of Sea Buckthorn Berries.
Part 1. Compression Tests
Keywords: Sea buckthorn, Critical Impact Velocity, Compression Energy,
Firmness, Berry Size, Flat Plate Test
Part 2. Puncture Tests
Keywords:Sea buckthorn, firmness, firmness-temperature coefficient, compression
coefficient, shear coefficient, modulus of elasticity, puncture properties
Part 3. Relaxation Behavior 
Keywords:Sea buckthorn berry, Relaxation force, Rheology
International Commission of Agricultural Engineering (CIGR, Commission Internationale du Genie Rural) E-Journal Volume 6 (2004): J. Khazaei and D. Mann

Sea Buckthorn: New Crop Opportunity (1999) 
Thomas S.C. Li
Sea buckthorn is an unique and valuable plant species currently being domesticated in various parts of
the world.


Special Crop Factsheet (2001) - British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture 
(Seaberry)It has attracted considerable attention recently in North America mainly for its nutritional and medicinal value.


Sea Buckthorn Production Guide (1997) - Dr. Thomas S.C. Li
This guide has been compiled and cross-referenced to the horticultural experience of growers and research scientists in Russia, Sweden, Finland, Hungary, Germany, Mongolia, China and in most parameters has been verified by experience in the Provinces of Saskatchewan and British Columbia, Canada.


Current and Emerging Processing Technologies for Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) and Its Products
This is a comprehensive report of the growing opportunities of seabuckthorn as presented at teh ISA 2007 Conference in Quebec City, Canada.  Includes a plethora of processing and product information.
Keywords: Sea buckthorn, harvesting, processing, juice, oil, leaves


Seabuckthorn(Hippophae Linn. sps.) – A potential Resource for Biodiversity conservation in Nepal Himalayas
A. Sahim Ansari, Human resources Development & training wing,Nepal Forest Department
Keywords: seabuckthorn, medicinal properties, firewood, fodder, Nepal, Tibet, mountainslope stabilization

Chemical and Nutritional Constituents of Sea Buckthorn Juice
Alam Zeb Department of Biotechnology, University of Malakand, Chakdara, N.W.F.P, Pakistan
Key words: Sea buckthorn berries, vitamins, Juice


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