black pepper

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black pepper

[¦blak ′pep·ər]
(food engineering)
A spice; the dried unripe berries of Piper nigrum, a vine of the pepper family (Piperaceae) in the order Piperales.
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FH 2 Serial Scientific Family Name Local Parts Number Name Name used 1 Piper nigrum Piperaceae Gol Fruit L.
Piper nigrum, Piper betel and Gnetum-natural food sources with anti-quorum sensing properties.
As a medicinal plant with various bioactive compounds, many interesting endophytic fungi can be expected from Piper nigrum.
2002), quienes al tratar granos de garbanzo con Syzygium aromaticum y Piper nigrum contra Callosobruchus chinensis (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) obtuvieron una baja perdida de peso, la cual se pudo deber a la mortalidad temprana que presentaron los insectos con una consecuente menor oviposicion por grano.
Botanically, peppercorn belongs to the family of piperaceae of the genus of piper; and known scientifically as Piper nigrum.
Larvicidal effects of crude extracts of dried ripened fruits of Piper nigrum against Culex quinquefasciatus larval instars.
Piper Nigrum begins to produce fruit at between three or four years of age, and lives to 25-30 years old.
Las mayores mortalidades se lograron con: Zizygium aromaticum, Morus alba, Piper nigrum y la mezcla de Allium sativum -- Z.
Pepper is obtained from the Piper nigrum vine, an East Indian plant that produces a bright red berry that turns black after it is harvested and dried.
Blissful Sleep contains 160mg of valerian and smaller amounts of Rosa centifolia, Nardostachys jatamansi, Tinospora cordifolia, Withania somnifera, Piper nigrum, Alpinia galangal, Convolvulus pluricalis, and Glycyrrhiza glabra.