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tomato pomace
residual pulp after extraction of juice from tomato fruit.

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Q. Is it true that tomato seeds, eggplant seeds and the like are prone to causing appendicitis? Is it true that eating tomato with the seeds, eggplant with the seeds and the like are prone to causing appendicitis? Thanks again guys. You're all great.

A. No. Things with seeds are irritants to a condition called diverticulitis where pockets in the intestines become inflamed. the seeds sort of deposit there and become infected. Appendicitis is just an inflammation of your appendix plain and simple, no particular cause is really pinpointed.

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The allelopathic potential of the ethanolic extract of Erythroxylum leaves varies with the target species and was more evident in the seed germination and seedling development of Lycopersicum esculentum than in Allium cepa.
Mtui, HD, Bennett MA, Maerere AP, Miller SA, Kleinhenz MD and KP Sibuga Effect of seed treatments and mulch on seedborne bacterial pathogens and yield of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.
The plant material used in the present study consisted of Arabidopsis thaliana ecotype Columbia (Col-0), Solanum lycopersicum cv.
While in Pisum sativum (pea) the transcription factor UNIFOLIATA (UN1) is required for organogenic regions at leaf margins, plants such as Solanum lycopersicum (tomato) and Cardamine hirsuta employ class 1 homeodomain transcription factors to achieve activity of these organogenic regions (Hay & Tsiantis, 2006; Champagne et al.
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Choi ST and DJ Huber Influence of aqueous 1-methylcyclopropene concentration, immersion duration, and solution longevity on the postharvest ripening of breaker-turning tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.
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1991), Parietaria judaica, Prunus avium, and Lycopersicum peruvianum (Franchi & Pacini, 1988) and the monocots Similax aspera (Pacini & Franchi, 1983) and Pterostylis plumosa (Pandolfi et al.