Physalis

Herschellia Bowdich ex Rchb. Physalis (s, sometimes s) is a genus of plants in the nightshade family (Solanaceae), which grow in warm temperate and subtropical regions of the world. Most of the species, of which there may be 75-90, are indigenous to the New World with one notable exception (P. alkekengi). Cultivated species and weedy annuals have ...
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Physalis

(Alkekengi, Cape Gooseberry, Chinese Lantern Plant, Ground Cherry, Husk Tomato, Jamberry, Mexican Husk Tomato, Miltomate, Strawberry Tomato, Tomatillo, Winter Cherry) This is a group of annuals and perennials, which are grown for their fruits and for decoration. They grow wild in Europe, America and Asia and belong to the Potato family, Solanaceae....
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Physalis

genus Physalis noun ground cherries
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Physalis

[software] Physalis is a project to build software that allows users to run a service framework (OSGi-like) on top of Microsoft .NET capable devices and computers. The project itself is a collaborative work of two persons, Karen Tamrazyan and Romuald Tisserand. In fact, this is the first attempt ever to create something like OSGi framework ...
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Physalis

genus of 80 species (family Solanaceae) of small herbs noted for their inflated, baglike calyx (fused sepals), which encloses a fleshy berry and ...
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physalis

physalis A vacuole cavity found in certain cells; such as, the giant cells of sarcoma or chordoma.
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Physalis

Physalis is a genus of herbaceous plants belonging to the family Solanaceae. They bear violet, white, yellow or purple flowers, the calyxes of which become inflated during the period of ripening the fruit. Within this inflated calyx is a globose berry, which in the Cape gooseberry species (Physalis peruviana edulis) is edible.
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physalis

Type: Term Pronunciation: fis′ă-lis Definitions: 1. A vacuole in a giant cell found in certain malignant neoplasms, such as chordoma.
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Physalis

[n] - ground cherries
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