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Treatments were six levels of electrical conductivity in the nutritional solution (1.7, 3.7, 5.7, 7.7, 9.7 and 11.7 dS [m.sup.-1]) and two densities of bell pepper plants (Capsicum annuum L.), cv.
Effect of organic mulch on growth and yield of sweet pepper (Capsicum Annuum L): M.Phil thesis.
[48], in which peptides present in fractions that were obtained from Capsicum annuum seeds completely inhibited the efflux of H+ in S.
Determination of Capsaicin, Ascorbic Acid, Total Phenolic Compounds and Antioxidant Activity of capsicum annuum L.
The main ingredient in it are roasted red peppers, "baklouti" pepper (capsicum annuum), serrano peppers, and garlic.
When the Spaniards arrived in Mexico, they classified the local chile into eight groups, all belonging to the Capsicum annuum species.
Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria enhance growth and yield of chilli (Capsicum annuum L.) under field conditions., AJCS., 2011, 5(5): 531-536.
(2013), when studying a segregant population of Capsicum annuum L., observing the correlation and path analysis for yield and fruit quality, verified a positive and significant correlation between the number of fruits per plant and total production, Fruit length and L/D ratio, and negative for L/D and fruit diameter.
Reyes-Chin-Wo et al., "Characterization of Capsicum annuum genetic diversity and population structure based on parallel polymorphism discovery with a 30K unigene pepper GeneChip," PLoS ONE, vol.
Red pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) is used as a spice or major ingredient in dishes around worldwide and perhaps considered the first spice to have been used by man with archaeological evidence of pepper and other fossil foods dating back to 6000 years old [1].
Alvarez, "The effects of ripening stage and processing systems on vitamin C content in sweet peppers (Capsicum annuum L.)," International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, vol.