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pep·los

 (pĕp′ləs, -lŏs′) also pep·lus (-ləs)
n. pl. pep·los·es also pep·lus·es
A loose outer robe worn by women in ancient Greece. Also called peplum.

[Greek.]
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Noun1.peplus - a garment worn by women in ancient Greecepeplus - a garment worn by women in ancient Greece; cloth caught at the shoulders and draped in folds to the waist
garment - an article of clothing; "garments of the finest silk"
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TABLE 1: Plant-derived natural products approved for therapeutic use Trade name/Year Generic name Plant species of introduction Indication Artemisinin Artemisia annua Artemisinin-1987 Malaria treatment Capsaicin Capsicum annuum Qutenza-2010 Postherpetic neuralgia Galantamine Galanthus Razadyne-2001 Dementia caucasicus associated with ALZ Ingenol Euphorbia peplus Picato-2012 Actinic mebutate keratosis Paclitaxel Taxus brevifolia Taxol-1993 Cancer Abraxane-2005 chemotherapy Nanoxel-2007 Masoprocol Larrea tridentata Actinex-1992 Cancer chemotherapy Source: Atanasov et al.
Helal IB, ELMehlawy MH, Rizk ET, EL-Khodary GM (2003) Effect of Euphorbia peplus plant extract and the antihelmenthic prazequantel on the defence system of Biomphalaria alexandria snail.
Approved as a gel in January of 2012, ingenol mebutate is a natural diterpene from the Euphorbia peplus flowering plant in Southeast Asia.
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Tambien por especies de la vegetacion secundaria y malezas nativas, tanto hierbas como arbustos, y por ultimo especies introducidas algunas de ellas malezas como Pennisetum villosum, Poa pratensis, Duchesnea indica, Taraxacum officinale, Poa annua, Erodium cicutarium, Sonchus oleraceus y Euphorbia peplus.