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pa·pa·ya

(pă-pī'yăh),
The fruit of the papaw (pawpaw), Carica papaya (family Caricaceae), a tree of the tropic Americas; it possesses a proteolytic action and is the source of papain.
Synonym(s): carica
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To make pawpaw mead, you'll first need to locate the fruit.
The pawpaw "solo" variety is the most marketable and widely cultivated variety in the country with a yield of about 60-80 t/ha and harvested over 22 months duration [11].
Pawpaw seed has shown clearly to have antihelminthic, immunomodulatory activities and having anti-amoebic properties; they are also rich source of amino acids especially in the sarcotesta.
To be located on approximately 416 acres in Taylor County, Georgia, the Pawpaw Solar Facility is expected to consist of approximately 137,000 polycrystalline solar modules from Trina Solar mounted on single-axis tracking tables manufactured by NEXTracker.
Pawpaw sheds some of its tropical airs in the fall, when its leaves turn a clear yellow.
Identification of Annonaceous Acetogenins in the Ripe Fruit of the North American Pawpaw (Asimina triloba).
Another group of 127 people participated in the study on the impact of fermented pawpaw on diabetes.
Theeshan Bahorun, at the Center of Excellence for Biomedical and Biomaterials Research at the Mauritius University, said that the Mauritius green tea prevents an increase of sugar levels in blood while the fermented pawpaw helps to positively reduce the level of the reactive protein C and the uric acid, China Daily reported.
Tom, who now lives in Childers, Queensland, is also taking his pawpaw cream overseas and brought 180kg of the cream with him to a hospital in Chile.
Antagonistic antimalarial properties of pawpaw leaf aqueous extract in combination with artesunic acid in Plasmodium berghei-infected mice.
Most tautonymic words, as well as consisting of a repeated letter/group of letters, are also phonetically tautonymic, the 2 identical letter groups having identical pronunciations, eg pawpaw (pc: pc:).
Farmers will be able to identify the soils in their location and then work out if it's the best soil for pawpaw or whatever crop,' says Mr Ratukalou.