pineapple plant


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a tropical American plant bearing a large fleshy edible fruit with a terminal tuft of stiff leaves

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Bromelain is a crude extract derived from pineapple plant (Ananas comosus) and contains mixture of proteolytic enzymes and non-enzymatic substances.
Twenty core samples of soil collected with a soil auger to a depth of 15 cm and within a 25 cm radius from the base of the pineapple plants were taken from each plot for bulking, thorough mixing and extraction of nematode.
I think my Pink Pineapple Plant image captures the essence of Coral Gables," says Brooks.
The pineapple plant, eucomis bicolor, with striking tufts of colour, sitting above a rosette of wide, fleshy leaves, blooms in July and August.
The pineapple plant, Eucomis bicolor, was this year's summer bulb of the year in a Netherlands Flower Bulb Information Centre event.
Derived from the pineapple plant, the protein-digesting enzyme bromelain demonstrates powerful effects in alleviating pain, swelling, and inflammation.
After three months of "nothing happening" I dug up my first pineapple plant, convinced it had died.
Bromelain is a proteolytic enzyme present in the stem and fruit of the pineapple plant (Ananas comosus), which was encountered by Christopher Columbus in Guadaloupe during his second voyage to the Caribbean in 1493.
The pineapple plant can be propagated from slips, suckers, crowns or stems.
Located at the car park at Banda Street, the Flower Market will be a one-stop shop for all your Lunar New Year blooms, with a wide variety of festive flowers and plants including pussy willows, tangerine shrubs, Pineapple Plant, Money Tree and 'Fa Cai Suan'.
Each of the men sported a cream-colored barong Tagalog, the traditional Philippine shirt made of fiber from the pineapple plant, embroidered and worn untucked.
But that hasn't prevented Fartown man Edward Simpson from growing a stupendous pineapple plant - all from a single slice of the fruit left on a window sill at his York Avenue home.
The pineapple plant is threatened by several phytopathogenic bacteria that are responsible for diseases like fruit collapse, marbling disease, fruit brown rot, anomalous proliferations and pink disease (Table 2),(JOHNSTON 1957;LIM;LOWINGS 1979; KORRES et al.
Table II: The D-leaf characters as affected by various substitution levels of sodium for potassium at 10 months age of pineapple plant