By P. N. Ravindran
Black Pepper is the 1st monograph in this very important and most generally used spice. This quantity comprises chapters on all elements of the plants' botany; crop development, agronomy, chemistry, post-harvest know-how, processing, illnesses, insect pests, advertising, economic climate and makes use of. the entire to be had details has been accumulated and awarded through specialists for using scholars, academics and learn employees within the box, and should stay the main reference resource for all pepper staff for a while to return.
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Geetha Book House, Mysore. Sills (1962) Cited from Lawrence (1981). T’ien, Ju-K’ang. (1981) China and the pepper trade. Hemisphere, 220–222. Ummer, C. (1989) Indian spices-from the leaves of history. Spices Fair Commemorative Volume, pp. 27–40. V. Published by license under the Harwood Academic Publishers imprint, part of The Gordon and Breach Publishing Group. INTRODUCTION 21 ANNEXURE I PEPPER NAMES AROUND THE WORLD Arabic Brazil Burma Combodia Chinese – – – – – Danish Dutch English French German Greek – – – – – – Babary, Filfil uswud Pimenteira Nayukon, Sayomai Mrech Fou Tsiao, Hu chaio, Hon Tsiao Peper Peper Black pepper, pepper Poivre, Poivre noir Pfeffer Peperi Hindi Italian Persian Phillipines Polish Portuguese Roumanian Russian Sinhalese Spanish Swedish – – – – – – – – – – – Golmirch, Kalimirch Pepe, Pepe nero Filfilsvad, Pilpil Pimienta Pieprz Pimenta, Pimenteira Piper Peretz Gammiris, Kalumiris Pimentera Pepper ANNEXURE II PEPPER AND FALSE PEPPERS Economically Important Species True Pepper-Black pepper Long pepper-Indian long pepper Java long pepper Tailed pepper, cubeb Kawa pepper, Kawa West African pepper Ashanti or Benin pepper Japanese pepper Betel leaf Piper nigrum L.
Rich. ) Baill. (Winteraceae) Capsicum annuum L. (Solanaceae) Clethra alnifolia L. (Clethraceae) Schinus terebinthifolius Raddi (Anacardiaceae) Schinus molle L. ) Alston (Z. rhesta) (Rutaceae) Pimenta dioeca L. Merr. (allspice, Myrtaceae) Aframomum melegueta (Rosc) Schuman (Zingiberacae) Capsicum annuum L. and C. frutescens L. (Solanaceae) Kirkia wilmsii Engl. ) Miq (Piperaceae) Sedum acre L. V. Published by license under the Harwood Academic Publishers imprint, part of The Gordon and Breach Publishing Group.
Most of the South Indian taxa are dioecious but cultivated black pepper is bisexual. Hooker (1886) has included 108 species, grouped under six sections in his Flora of British India. Out of these, only eleven are from South India. Gamble (1925) had later described 13 species, mostly from the Western Ghats, but did not use subgeneric classification. Piper Linn. Sect. Pippali. Spikes erect. Includes four species, P. longum, P. hapnium, P. mullesua and P. silentvalleyensis. P. longum Linn. Sp. , Fl.
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