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clove

(klōv) the tropical tree Syzygium aromaticum, or its dried flower bud, which is used as a source of clove oil.

clove

[klōv]
Etymology: L, clavus, nail
the dried flower bud of Eugenia caryophyllata. It contains the lactone caryophyllin and a volatile oil used as a dental analgesic, a germicide, and a salve. Clove is also used as a spice and a carminative against nausea, vomiting, and flatulence.

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Statistical comparisons were made between the clove oil and phenoxyethanol exposed groups within melanosis and not melanosis groups and then male-female swordfish groups by using the non-parametric Mann-Whitney U-test.
Mixing tolerance index of flour incorporated with 2:2 cinnamon along with thyme and 1:2 clove and garlic was 100 and 105 B.
As already mentioned, the actual anesthetic effect achieved using clove oil will depend on the dose or level of agent used and the duration of exposure.
Clove growers, through Zacpo, are also calling for policy reforms such as increased sector research and provision of better support services for farmers.
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The team said understanding the mechanisms through which the purified compounds in the clove extract induce apoptosis of cancer cells will be of great interest.
Elephant Garlic gives you huge bulbs, up to 4ins across, each yielding six hefty cloves.
Killarney Red has a high frequency of double cloves (incomplete clove split resulting in a double-thick clove).
Plant each clove in rows 25-30cm (10-12in) apart, around 7-10cm (3-4in) deep, with 15cm (6in) between them, tip uppermost.
For older children a whole clove can be put between the aching tooth and the cheek.
S BILL FEARED TO AFFECT EXPORTS OF CLOVE FLAVORED CIGARETTES.
Most purists use the flat portion of a knife blade to slightly smash the garlic clove in order to loosen the skin for greater ease in peeling.