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phys·a·lis

(fis'ă-lis),
A vacuole in a giant cell found in certain malignant neoplasms, such as chordoma.
[G. physallis, a bladder]

phys·a·lis

(fis'ăl-is)
A vacuole in a giant cell found in certain malignant neoplasms, such as chordoma.
[G. physallis, a bladder]

physalis

(fĭs′ă-lĭs) [Gr. physallis, bubble]
A large vacuole present in the cell of certain malignancies such as a chondroma.
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La uchuva (Physalis peruviana) es un fruto muy apetecido en Colombia dado que se le atribuyen caracteristicas favorables para la salud, como eliminar parasitos intestinales, poseer propiedades antidiabeticas, antiespamodicas, diureticas, antisepticas, entre otras (9-10).
Color rates of the fruit Physalis were measured by a colorimeter HunterLab MiniScan XE Plus (Hunter Associates Laboratory Inc., Reston, VA, USA), calibrated and equipped with Illuminant [D.sub.65]/10[degrees], which established the chromatic space in rectangular coordinates (L*, a*, b*).
Variabilidad genetica de parentales y poblaciones f1 inter e intraespecificas de Physalis peruviana L.
physalis, we observed severe damage to the intestinal mucosa, coinciding with reports in other bird hosts (Baer, 1969).
Besides being a food, the species of Physalis species are best known for their many properties as medication and their nutraceutic compounds (SILVA et al.
physalis en Bocatocinos (Atlantico); a Jose Bustamante por la fotografia de la Figura 2C y el reporte de avistamientos de medusas; a Andre Morandini e Ilka Straehler-Pohl, por la confirmacion de la cubomedusa; a la comunidad de pescadores en Puerto Velero y Aguamarina (Atlantico), y al grupo de estudiantes del GGPMC por su gran colaboracion.
Physalis is one of the most easily recognized genera among solanaceae, due to its very peculiar characteristics such as intense yellow-gold fruit and a conical chalice involving the fruit in more than one hundred species of this genus (Fischer et al., 2014).
The fruits of Physalis are consumed either fresh or processed, mainly for jam, canning, or preserves [6], but less attention is paid to the rich natural yellow pigment resources in fruit.
Sidi Ahmed El-Badawi Mosque in Tanta - AlaaElbasha Sidi Ahmed El-Badawi Mosque in Tanta - AlaaElbasha A worker molding copperware in Tanta "Tal Alhadain" - RamyFawzy Physalis fruit "Harankash" in Tanta - Dina Aly Sidi Ahmed El-Badawi Mosque in Tanta - AlaaElbasha Tanta - Mostafasharawy Al Mahalla Al Kubra CACAis one of the largest industrial and agricultural cities in Egypt, especially in the textile industry.The city is located on the western part of the Nile Delta and is known for the spinning and weaving industry.