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Ficus, the partially dried fruit of Ficus carica (family Moraceae); used as a nutrient, mild laxative, and demulcent.
[L. ficus; A.S. fic]

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Ficus spp. See ficus tsiela.
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Figure 5 presents the average values of the contact angle between the sessile water drop and the Ficus sp.
The powdered sample (1gm) of each Ficus palmata organic product was taken and it was exchanged to a digestion tubes.
The use of more pest resistant cultivars in production may reduce economic loss in Ficus production.
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Species group b Ficus sycomorus Cynodon dactylon Riparian Forest Habitat Type 2
En la dieta de Artibeus domina el consumo de Ficus, mientras que en la dieta de Carollia dominan las plantas de Piper, entre la variedad de recursos que consumen (Giannini y Kalko, 2004).
Sinha SC reported the therapeutic effect of Ficus hispida that are found throughout the state of Manipur growing up to 1500 meters above the mean sea level, in moist situation.
To be successful you'll need a stealthy approach and a fly which closely mimics the falling ficus berries.
Ficus microcarpa (sometimes known as the Malay Banyan, among numerous other common names), is also often referred to by its synonyms F.