Piperaceae


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Noun1.Piperaceae - tropical woody vines and herbaceous plants having aromatic herbage and minute flowers in spikelets
dicot family, magnoliopsid family - family of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
order Piperales, Piperales - Piperaceae; Saururaceae; Chloranthaceae
genus Piper, Piper - type genus of the Piperaceae: large genus of chiefly climbing tropical shrubs
genus Peperomia - large genus of small tropical usually succulent herbs
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Agradecemos aos colegas do Herbario CESJ e do Laboratorio de Ecologia Vegetal (Departamento de Botanica/UFJF) pela ajuda na identificacao e nos trabalhos de campo; aos taxonomistas Daniele Monteiro e Pedro Luis Rodrigues de Moraes pela identificacao das Piperaceae e Lauraceae, respectivamente; a Fundacao Mariano Procopio (MAPRO) pela logistica e licenca de coleta no Parque; a CAPES, ao CNPq (Bolsa de Produtividade em Pesquisa a F.A.
Similar observation have also been made by Adedire and Lajide (1998) that plant materials within the family Piperaceae to which P.
Habitat: A perennial member of the Piperaceae family growing to about 3m in rich soils in Oceania.
Piper betle belonging to piperaceae family is one of the precious medicinal herbs found in central and eastern Malaysia and south-east Asia.
Anti-Leishmania (Trypanosomatidae) activity of trans-Z-a-bisabolene epoxide and isolation of safrole, in fruits of Piper auritum (Piperaceae).
The Piperaceae family is placed amongst primitive Angiosperms and comprises more than 4000 species in tropical and subtropical regions with five genera: Peperomia Ruiz and Pavon (about 1700 species), Piper L.
(2009) Hexanic, ethyl acetate and ethanolic extracts from leaves of Piper aduncum (Piperaceae) were tested against engorged females of Rhipicephalus (B.) microplus.