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"NIGELLA SATIVA-A SEED OF BLESSINGS TO A MANKIND" ITS GENETIC DIVERSITY BY RAPD,CHEMOTYPING AND IDENTIFICATION OF ITS ADULTERANTS BY MOLECULAR MARKERS"

By: Dr. Sudhir Prabhakar Rao Sawarkar,
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Nigella sativa seed has been used by humankind for centuries as herbal medicine and spice. It is commonly known as Black Seed, Fennel Flower Black cumin, Love-in-a-mist., nutmeg flower, Roman coriander, a Barakah Shooneez, Habba Sauda, Habb al-barka, Krishana � Jiraka, Upakunchika and Kalonji. It is an annual flowering plant belongs to buttercup (Ranunculaceae) family. Nigella sativa is a native to South and Southwest Asia but also domesticated in Europe.

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  • Format:Hardback
  • Edition:First
  • Publisher:Mahi Publication
  • Language:English
  • ISBN10:978-93-90651-55-9

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Nigella sativa seed has been used by humankind for centuries as herbal medicine and spice. It is commonly known as Black Seed, Fennel Flower Black cumin, Love-in-a-mist., nutmeg flower, Roman coriander, a Barakah Shooneez, Habba Sauda, Habb al-barka, Krishana � Jiraka, Upakunchika and Kalonji. It is an annual flowering plant belongs to buttercup (Ranunculaceae) family. Nigella sativa is a native to South and Southwest Asia but also domesticated in Europe.

About Author

Dr. Sudhir Prabhakar Rao Sawarkar

Dr. Sudhir Prabhakar Rao Sawarkar

(Dr. Sudhir Sawarkar is a Principal Scientist / consultant at QRServes Global LLC,UAE. He is alumni of Jaipur National University, Jaipur, India and received hisDoctoral Degree in 2017 under the guidance of Prof Dr HN Verma for hisresearch in DNA Barcoding and Genetic Diversity of Nigella sativa. He published 5 research papers i International Journal during his association with JNU, Jaipur. He considers Prof. Dr HN Verma, Dr Padma Deshmukh, Dr JNL Sastry, Dr Vijay Bambulkar , Dr Uttam Chatterjee, Mr Dhananjay Bhobade as his gurus.)

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