matico

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matico

(mɑːˈtiːkəʊ)
n
(Plants) a Peruvian shrub, Piper angustifolium, the leaves of which have medicinal properties
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No entanto, algumas especies foram amostradas nos dois estratos dos tres ambientes estudados: Hedyosmum brasiliense, Nectandra cuspidata, Tibouchina pilosa, Tibouchina urvelleana, Myrsine coriacea, Piper aduncum, Piper arboreum, Casearia sylvestris e Cecropia glaziovii.
tuberculatum was the main food component, with the highest number of consumption events (above 60 %), followed by Solanum nudum and Piper aduncum in smaller proportions (Fig.
Constituyentes volatiles de las hojas y espigas de Piper aduncum (Piperaceae) de Costa Rica.
In sector B, the five species with the highest values in the IV were Myrsine umbellata (17%), Myracrodruon urundeuva (12%), Rhamnidium elaeocarpum (7%), Anadenanthera colubrina (6%), and Piper aduncum (5%), representing 47% of total IV (Table 3).
O trabalho foi conduzido no Laboratorio de Secagem e Recobrimento de Particulas (LSRP), localizado na FEQ/UFPA utilizando-se folhas e galhos finos de Piper aduncum L.
El presente estudio tuvo por objetivo evaluar el efecto antitumoral del aceite esencial de Piper aduncum (matico) in vitro sobre siete lineas celulares tumorales humanas y determinar la toxicidad oral en ratones.
Fraxinus americana (fresno), Momordica caranthia, Heliocarpuspopayanensis (Majagua), Melinis minutiflora (capin melao), Miconia aeruginosa, Myrcineferruginea, Piper aduncum (cordoncillo), Pteridium aquilinum (helecho macho), Rubus floribunda (mora), Kalanchoe pinnata, Salix humboldtiana (sauce), Verbesina sp.
PERCENTAGE OF LOSS OF MASS IN GRAINS AND TOXIC EFFECT OF OIL ESSENTIAL Piper aduncum IN Sitophilus zeamais (COLEOPTERA: CURCULIONIDAE)
The neuroprotective effect of a hydroalcoholic extract of Piper aduncum "matico" in an in vitro model of neurodegeneration