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Piper angustifolium. An aromatic wild pepper found in tropical America whose leaves are rich in volatile oil, gums, and tannins; leaves were used medicinally as a stimulant and hemostatic.



(Piper angustifolium) a herb growing in Mexico, the West Indies, and Central and South America. The dried leaves (with the pharmaceutical name of Folia matico) are used as a hemostatic, diuretic, and astringent.

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No estrato regenerativo, apenas Piper aduncum e Piper arboreum apresentaram frequencia superior a 50% no ambiente I; No AT II nao foram registradas frequencias superiores a 50% e Hedyosmum brasiliense e Myrsine coriacea foram as especies mais frequentes (28,6%).
Composition and antifungal activity of essential oils from Piper aduncum, Piper arboreum and Piper tuberculatum.
Intraspecific variability of dihydrochalcone, chromenes and benzoic acid derivatives in leaves of Piper aduncum L.
However, sector B, close to the reservoir margin, did not form a group with similarity > 50% in this cluster based on the number of individuals, perhaps due the occurrence of species adapted to soils with a higher water supply, such as Myrsine umbellata, Inga sessilis, Guarea guidonia, Piper aduncum, and Cecropia pachystachya.
Avaliacao dos efeitos da temperatura e da restricao hidrica sobre a germinacao de sementes de Piper aduncum L.
The adulticidal activity of methanol extracts of Piper aduncum from Malaysia was also tested against adult of Aedes aegypti (L.
Para la determinacion de la capacidad neuroprotectora se empleo Piper aduncum L.
Analisis fitoquimico en suspensiones celulares de Piper aduncum L.
Only some species of Piper, of the flora of Peru, as Piper aduncum (Linnaeus, 1753), Piper aequale (Vahl.