Carica


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Noun1.Carica - type genus of the CaricaceaeCarica - type genus of the Caricaceae; tropical American trees: papayas
dilleniid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
Caricaceae, family Caricaceae, papaya family - trees native to tropical America and Africa with milky juice and large palmately lobed leaves
Carica papaya, melon tree, papaia, papaya, papaya tree, pawpaw - tropical American shrub or small tree having huge deeply palmately cleft leaves and large oblong yellow fruit
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One of them grasped by the middle the white parasol, and he resembled curiously a carica ture of a shopkeeping citizen in one of his own Ger man comic papers.
Fig tree (Ficus carica L.) was one of the first plants grown by humans for fresh or dehydrated consumption.
Keywords: Alginate, Azotobacter vinelandii, Carica papaya waste, Physico-chemical optimization, Fermentation.
Which fruit from the tree Ficus carica is known for its laxative properties?
I am also reminded of my friend, Ramon Tan, who established Carica, offering an assortment of capsules made from our plants.
[USPRwire, Mon Mar 04 2019] Global Fig Glycolic Extract Market Overview Fig Glycolic Extract is a glycolic extract of Ficus carica, which is an Asian species flowering plant belongs to the mulberry family.
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and vermicompost on papaya (Carica papaya L.) plant growth in greenhouse
Caricaceae: In 2000, the Caricaceae classification was revised by Badillo to include six genera; Carica, Jacaratia, Horovitzia, Jarilla, Vasconcella, and Cylicomorpha (Badillo 2000).
'Fig, or its scientific name Ficus Carica, is normally grown in the Middle East and not many people dare to try to plant it in the country, despite the high demand for the fruit, which can also be sold in the form of juice.
"Fig, or its scientific name 'Ficus Carica', is normally grown in the Middle East and not many people dare to try to plant it in the country, despite the high demand for the fruit, which can also be sold in the form of juice.
I would choose Ficus carica 'Brown Turkey' as I think it is the most successful in the Welsh climate.