Capsicum baccatum

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Noun1.Capsicum baccatum - plant bearing very small and very hot oblong red fruits; includes wild forms native to tropical America; thought to be ancestral to the sweet pepper and many hot peppers
genus Capsicum, Capsicum - chiefly tropical perennial shrubby plants having many-seeded fruits: sweet and hot peppers
capsicum, capsicum pepper plant, pepper - any of various tropical plants of the genus Capsicum bearing peppers
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The essential oils (EO) of Schinus terebinthifolius, Pimenta dioica and Piper nigrum (white) and the oleoresins (OL) of Piper nigrum (white), Piper nigrum (black) and Capsicum baccatum were extracted using Clevenger and Soxhlet methods, respectively, according to MARTINELLI et al.
The aji chili pepper, variety Dedo-de-Moca (Capsicum baccatum), is highly perishable, and some processes, such as drying, are necessary to increase shelf life and improve handling, transport, and storage (Veras et al., 2012).
A biosystematic and evolutionary study of Capsicum baccatum (Solanaceae).
A diallel study of yield components and fruit quality in chilli pepper (Capsicum baccatum).
Orange Citrus limon (L.) I 4/0 62 1.4 -- Osbeck Limao Solanaceae Capsicum baccatum N 3/2 26 0.3 12 L.
cb-c: sample control for bioassays with Capsicum baccatum; cb 0.1, cb 0.25, and cb 0.5: treatments of C.
Capsicum baccatum varieties keep in good condition for a remarkable length of time, either on or off the plant, effectively extending the fresh chilli season by 6 or 8 weeks.
Thirty-three different plant materials from various countries were used as test materials, 23 of which belonged to the Capsicum frutescens species, 4 of which belonged to Capsicum annum species, 2 of which belonged to Capsicum chinense, 1 of which belonged to Capsicum baccatum species, 2 of which belonged to Kahramanmaras population and 1 of which belonged to Capsicum sp.
Not so with Peruvian peppers (Capsicum baccatum), the troupers of the pepper world.
Finally, there is the Capsicum baccatum, which include the aji peppers, also from South America.
Most of these peppers, 'Aji Limo' included, belong to the species Capsicum baccatum, which are first cousins to our common bell peppers and most of the subtropical peppers from Mexico.