Ficus carica


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Noun1.Ficus carica - Mediterranean tree widely cultivated for its edible fruitFicus carica - Mediterranean tree widely cultivated for its edible fruit
fig - fleshy sweet pear-shaped yellowish or purple multiple fruit eaten fresh or preserved or dried
fig tree - any moraceous tree of the tropical genus Ficus; produces a closed pear-shaped receptacle that becomes fleshy and edible when mature
caprifig, Ficus carica sylvestris - wild variety of the common fig used to facilitate pollination of certain figs
syconium - the fleshy multiple fruit of the fig consisting of an enlarged hollow receptacle containing numerous fruitlets
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Fig tree (Ficus carica L.) was one of the first plants grown by humans for fresh or dehydrated consumption.
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Finally, I've yet to get any edible fruit from my fig tree (Ficus carica) but it's still a relatively young specimen and I love the foliage.
Which fruit from the tree Ficus carica is known for its laxative properties?
[ClickPress, Mon Feb 25 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.
Se evaluo el efecto de tres especies localizadas comunmente en el valle de Toluca sobre la mitigacion de C[H.sub.4] in vitro; estas fueron, hoja de ruda (Ruta chalepensis), hoja de pino (Picea abies) y hoja de higo (Ficus carica) ya que tienen propiedades bactericidas o bacteriostaticas.
'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.
Euphorbiaceae Sutlegen Ficus carica Moraceae Incir L.
The fruit part of Ficus carica has a rich flavour with high sugar content and low acid complement.
Current randomized controlled experimental study was carried out to investigate the beneficial effects of leaf extract of Ficus carica L.