Physalis peruviana L.: Growth, Yield and Phytochemical Content- A Review

DOI: 10.18805/ag.R-130    | Article Id: R-130 | Page : 324-328
Citation :- Physalis peruviana L.: Growth, Yield and Phytochemical Content- A Review.Agricultural Reviews.2019.(40):324-328
Wiwin Sumiya Dwi Yamika, Nurul Aini, Budi Waluyo  wiwinyamika@gmail.com
Address : Department of Agronomy, Universitas Brawijaya, Malang-65145, East Java, Indonesia.
Submitted Date : 26-09-2019
Accepted Date : 18-12-2019

Abstract

Physalis peruviana is one of the species in genus Physalis which is often cultivated in various regions including Indonesia. In Indonesia, P. peruviana is often called ciplukan. P. peruviana plants produce various phytochemical compounds which have benefical medicinal properties. P. peruviana plants have not been widely cultivated commercially as the information about cultivation practices of this plant are still limited. Many research activities have been done to study about its chemical and biological properties, but they are still not widely spread. Therefore, an effort has been made to compile the available inforamtion in this paper.

Keywords

Ciplukan Cultivation Phtochemical Physalin

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