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Noun1.Capparis - tropical or subtropical evergreen shrubs or small treesCapparis - tropical or subtropical evergreen shrubs or small trees
dilleniid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
caper family, Capparidaceae, family Capparidaceae - a dilleniid dicot family of the order Rhoeadales that includes: genera Capparis, Cleome, Crateva, and Polanisia
caper - any of numerous plants of the genus Capparis
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Keywords: Capparis spinosa, Clematis orientalis, Mentha longifolia, Peganum harmala, root-knot nematode, green pesticides.
Anti-neuroinflammatory effect of butanolic subextract of Capparis ovata water extract used as an alternative andcomplementary treatment for multiple sclerosis.
Camellia sinensis(L.) Theaceae Siyah cay Kuntze Capparis Capparaceae Gebere, Kebere spinosa L.
Characterization of condensed tannin of the species manitoba (Manihot pseudoglaziovii), flor-de-seda (Calotropis procera), feijao-bravo (Capparis flexuosa) and jureminha (Desmanthus virgatus).
The anticarcinogenic potential of essential oil and aqueous infusion from caper (Capparis spinosa L.).
Podem ser encontradas nas areas as especies vegetais Pilosocereus piauhiensis (Facheiro), Bromelia laciniosa (Macambira), Mimosa arenosa (Jurema preta), Zizipus cotinifolia (Juazeiro), Cereus jamacaru (Mandacaru), Capparis flexuosa (Feijao bravo), Pityrocarpa moniliformis (Angelim), Myracrodruon urundeuva (Aroeira), dentre outras (SOUZA, 2011).
Capparis tomentosa (African caper or woolly caper bush) is a plant that grows in stressful environments like hills or mountainous areas and entwines.The plant can treat high blood pressure, asthma, allergy, nerve problems, depression, fibroids, infertility and skin diseases but the centre is conducting a research to investigate if it can treat cancer.