genus Capsicum

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Doorenbos & Kassam (2000) report that the water requirement in the genus Capsicum ranges from 600 to 1,250 mm, but these values depend on variations of climate, soil, crop variety and management.
Specialists in various areas of biology offer a broad reference to commercial species in the genus Capsicum. The treatment is at a rather theoretical and general level, setting out principles and describing techniques that users or researchers can refine to serve their own ends.
Citation Information Capsicum The Genus Capsicum Print ISBN: 978-0-415-29991-6 eBookISBN:978-0-203-38115-1.
Pepper is a member of the family solanaceae and the genus capsicum. The distribution of pepper is wide spread especially in tropical and subtropical ecologies including America, either as wild or cultivated forms (Ado, 1990).
(a) 'chilli' means fruits of the genus Capsicum dried and crushed or ground falling within CN Code 0904 20 90, in whatever form, intended for human consumption;
Pepper plants in the genus Capsicum produce capsaicin in glands located inside the pepper at the meeting point of the placenta and the pod.
Capsicum: the Genus Capsicum. London: Taylor and Francis, 2003.
Chilli plants belong to the genus Capsicum of which there are more than 200 varieties.
Two hundred and sixty-one accessions of the genus Capsicum were obtained from the Colombian Amazonian germplasm bank at Amazonian Institute of Scientific Research (Sinchi) and were evaluated with five polymorphic enzymatic systems, including esterase (EST), peroxidase (PRX), 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase (6-PGDH), aspartate amino transferase (GOT), and malic enzyme (ME).
Relationship between weedy and cultivated forms in some species of chili peppers (genus Capsicum).
Although the genus Capsicum is an important food and spice crop the world over, an accurate picture of the taxonomy of this New World genus is 'a work in progress.' As early as 1852, Dunal (1) recognized as many as 63 species of Capsicum, whereas in 1923 Bailey (2) recognized only one, C.