20 Feb 2014) included: Clusia (Clusiaceae), Bursera (Burseraceae), Capparis
(Capparaceae), Coccoloba (Polygonaceae), Cupania (Sapindaceae), Spondias (Anacardiaceae), Schefflera (Araliaceae), and Licaria (Lauraceae), as well as the introduced Acacia (Fabaceae).
Insulinomimetic activity of two new gallotannins from the fruits of Capparis
Solanaceae) 10, 1932 Capparis
cynophallophora Salt Pond Hill/Great January L.
Many other plants like Ricinus communis (Euphorbiaceae), Solanum jasminoides (Solanaceae), Bougainvillea glabra (Nyctaginaceae) and Capparis
spinosa (41-42) had also shown to act as future alternative for the control of sandflies.
spinosa (caper) belongs to the Capparidaceae family, and is thought to have originated in the dry regions of west or central Asia.
The model is available with Arravani Grey w/BMW i Frozen Blue accent and Capparis
White w/BMW i Frozen Blue accent.
II Kings 4:39) One of the most attractive wild flowering plants in Qatar is the Caper plant, Capparis
spinosa, with its large, showy, pink and white petals.
Various naturally occurring substances like Datura-stramonium , Henna , Prosopis juliflora , Fiaes religeosa , Ficus virens , Capparis
deciduas , Annona squamosa, Ponamia glabra, ginger , garlic , Artocarpus heterophyllus , Acaccia senegal  have been evaluated as a effective corrosion inhibitors.
Various active constituents isolated from plants are andrographolide from Andrographis paniculata, picroliv from Picrorhiza kurroa, phyllanthin and hypophyllanthin from Phyllanthus niruri and methoxy benzoic acid from Capparis
spinosa, which have been reported to be antihepatotoxic (5-9).
Antiviral and immunomodulatory effect of a lyophilized extract of Capparis
Corrosion inhibition by capparis
deciduas in acidic media.
Capers are the unopened green flower buds of the spiny Mediterranean shrub Capparis
Spinosa, which also grows in North Africa and California.