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amomum

(əˈməʊməm)
n
(Plants) any of a genus of plants belonging to the ginger family, notable for their pungency and aromatic properties
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Get a Free Sample Report from Here -- https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=S&rep_id=88 Cardamom oil is typically extracted from two plants namely amomum and elettaria.
Request Here for Free Sample of Global Market Research Report Now - https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=S&rep_id=88 Cardamom oil is typically extracted from two plants namely amomum and elettaria.
Two engravings from later volumes, Amomum roseum (figure 3) and Euryale ferox (figure 4), demonstrate different uses of shading, with a brilliantly stylized sense of pattern and perspective.
(2017): Status of large cardamom (Amomum subulatum) among the major crops in Sikkim.
Firstly, the samples were weighed and waited for further cooking, including tomato paste (cold break, 28.5 Brix[degrees]) 40%, soybean oil 25%, sucrose 14%, fresh onion 10%, pickle ginger 4%, chicken essence 3%, salt 2.5%, soy sauce 1%, citric acid 0.25%, and dry spice mixture (cinnamon, amomum tsao-ko, clove, aniseed, fennel, white cardamom, bay leaf, dried orange peel, and Chinese red pepper, with equal weight) 0.25%.
Based on in situ observation, the common pioneer trees species found during site surveys were such genera as Aleurites (Euphorbiaceae), Amomum (Zingiberaceae), Cratoxylum (Clusiaceae), Dillenia (Dilleniaceae), Elaeocarpus (Elaeocarpaceae), Ficus (Moraceae), Hopea (Dipterocarpaceae), Ilex (Aquifoliaceae), Lithocarpus (Fagaceae), Norrisia (Loganiaceae), Pentace (Tiliaceae), Pentaspadon (Anacardiaceae), Sarcotheca (Oxalidaceae), and Vitex (Verbenaceae).
Genus Amomum is the second largest genus after Alpinia Roxb.
Li, "Complete chloroplast genome of the medicinal plant Amomum compactum: gene organization, comparative analysis, and phylogenetic relationships within Zingiberales," Chinese Medicine, vol.
Planting of cardamom (Amomum villosum) underneath the lowland rain forest is a potential threat to forest biodiversity in SW China.
Jiang, "Neuroprotective and Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Diphenylheptanes from the Fruits of Amomum tsaoko, a Chinese Spice," Plant Foods for Human Nutrition, vol.
Shin, "Anti-inflammatory effects of Amomum compactum on RAW 264.7 cells via induction of heme oxygenase-1," Archives of Pharmacal Research, vol.