Morus nigra

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Related to Morus nigra: blackberry, black mulberry, Mulberry trees
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Noun1.Morus nigra - European mulberry having dark foliage and fruitMorus nigra - European mulberry having dark foliage and fruit
mulberry, mulberry tree - any of several trees of the genus Morus having edible fruit that resembles the blackberry
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Blackberry (Morus nigra L.) is a species belonging to the genus Morus, of the family Moraceae, having about 24 species and one subspecies, with at least 100 known varieties, found in temperate and subtropical regions (Ercisli & Orhan, 2007).
The fig (Ficus carica L., 2n=2x=26, diploid, CONDIT, 1928) and black mulberry (Morus nigra L., 2n=22x=308, decosaploid, AGAEV; FEDOROVA, 1970; BASAVAIAH et al., 1990) belong to the Eusyce section and Moreae tribe, respectively, of the Urticales order Moraceae family which comprises 37 genera and approximately 1,100 species.
[12.] Budiman A, Aulifa DL, Kusuma AR, Sulastri A, Antibacterial and antioxidant activity of black mulberry (Morus nigra l.) extract for acne treatment.
Yilmaz, "Determination of fruit chemical properties of Morus nigra L., Morus alba L.
Within this context, Morus nigra is an exotic species popularly known as "amora miura" and is widely used by traditional community from Vale do Sao Francisco, Brazil, for treatment of DM [8].
Few species of Morus such as Morus alba, Morus laevigata, Morus nigra and Morus indica, evaluated as edible fruits.
(Annonaceae), (N 03[degrees]08'04.2", W 60[degrees]49'45.8"), in December 2009; in young plants of Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit (Fabaceae), (N 02[degrees]57'41.2", W 60[degrees]42'53.0"), in January 2010; on one mature plant of Morus nigra L.
Skin-illuminating components target uneven skin tone, dullness, and dark spots: dianella ensifolia, scutellaria baicalensis, grape extract, and morus nigra root extract for an even complexion, antioxidant vitamin C and ergothioneine to combat melanin production, and salicylic acid for effective skin exfoliation.
graminifolius was higher than that of black mulberry (Morus nigra), white mulberry (Morus alba), and red mulberry (Morus rubra) 19].
Chemical composition of white (Morus alba) red (Morus rubra) and black (Morus nigra) mulberry fruits.