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Figure 1: Structure of Physalis angulata L. (A) Plant parts, a: General aspect of the branch; b: Primary and secondary roots; c: Corolla in front view; d: Reproductive structures: Stamens and pistil (ovary and stigma); e: Fruit wrapped in the fruitful cup; f: Fruit; g: Seed. (B) Flower, (C) Fruit. P. angulata growing in an experimental field at the Horto Florestal Experimental Unit of the Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana, Bahia, Brazil

Figure 1: Structure of <i>Physalis angulata</i> L. (A) Plant parts, a: General aspect of the branch; b: Primary and secondary roots; c: Corolla in front view; d: Reproductive structures: Stamens and pistil (ovary and stigma); e: Fruit wrapped in the fruitful cup; f: Fruit; g: Seed. (B) Flower, (C) Fruit. <i>P. angulata</i> growing in an experimental field at the Horto Florestal Experimental Unit of the Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana, Bahia, Brazil