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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2013. ch003 Piper guineense (Piperaceae): Chemistry, Traditional Uses, and Functional Properties of West African Black Pepper H. Rodolfo Juliani,1 A. R. Koroch,2 L. Giordano,1 L. Amekuse,3 S. Koffa,4 J. Asante-Dartey,3 and J. E. edu. West African black pepper (Piper guineense) is an important plant used in traditional medicine and as spice. The fruits (the part of the plant traditionally used) are rich in a wide range of natural products including volatiles oils, lignans, amides, alkaloids, flavonoids and polyphenols.
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