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Sugar Cane, Pineapple, Coffee & Morinda
... (sucrose) which has many uses, including raw sugar or molasses used to make rum. In Brazil, sugar cane is used to make ethanol (ethyl alcohol) to fuel automobiles. During the 1800s ... day. About half of the total world's coffee production comes from large plantations in Brazil and Colombia. Coffee fruits are fleshy berries, each containing two seeds which are pressed together so that ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

Out and About Archive
... through the Fuqua Orchid Center at the Atlanta Botanical Garden offers a quiet and serene retreat. Clever and conscientious parents can help their children discover a whole new world of ... shapes, and unique foliage that only nature could create. The $4.8 million center gives children the rare treat of viewing orchid species from the mountainous regions of Venezuela, Brazil and Colombia and lowland ...
www.atlantaparent.com

Amazon Conservation Team: ACT in the News March 2005
... between ACT’s Brazil and Colombia program and the Equipe de Conservação da Amazônia. The crew is made up of a multidisciplinary team of Brazilian technicians and anthropologists, and indigenous representatives ... they will take smaller boats and spend another 15 days between the border of Brazil and Colombia and should disembark at the end of the River Tiquíe, and return to their homes. We ...
www.ethnobotany.org

Hunt Institute: William Andrew Archer
... and other economic plants (1934–1935) in British Guiana, Surinam, Venezuela, and Colombia; for tobacco seed (1935–1936) in Mexico and Central America; and for Arachis (1936–1937) in Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, and ...
huntbot.andrew.cmu.edu

Orchids of Brazil. Brazilian orchids
... Brazil. Brazilian orchids All images and information included in this ... Colombia and Venezuela, there are just a few species in Brazil, only 3 or 4 depending if one considers Cattleya luteola as part of the group. Although Cattleya labiata and C. warneri are very similar between them and ...
mirandaorchids.com

Key to Native and Naturalized Genera of Ingeae
... , n.-w. Colombia, and the Guianas. 18. Lvs lacking nectary; lft-venation of 4 nerves from pulvinule; pod unknown, but presumably plano-compressed and elastically dehiscent ... disc around ovary; local astride Brazil-Bolivia boundary.................................. ........Zygia odoratissima (Ducke) L. Rico 42. Pinnae plurijug.; no intrastaminal disc; cultivated and locally naturalized. 43. Fls ...
sciweb.nybg.org

Nut Photos
... distribution along banks of tropical American rivers, from Panama and Colombia to Peru. They are most abundant in the Amazon Basin of Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru. Female palms bear clusters of large, brown ... are actually hard-shelled seeds produced in dehiscent capsules that split open at maturity. See Brazil Nuts In Their Capsule See The Hawaiian Sandalwood Tree See Fruits Of The Soapberry Family ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

The Gardening Articles - Peppers 3
... Brazil (southern) C. parvifolium Sendt. Brazil (northeast), Colombia, Venezuela C. praetermissum Heiser & Smith Brazil (southern) C. pubescens R. & P. Latin and South America C. schottianum Sendt. Argentina, Brazil ...
wezel.com

ABS - Bamboo Societies Around the World
... the Internet Bamboo People Worldwide Quarantine Regulations Other Bamboo Societies Africa Australia Brazil China Colombia Europe Guatemala India Indonesia International Italy Japan México Netherlands ... in Australia. To promote opportunities for sharing information and education, and awareness amongst the public. To coordinate and cooperate with the Australian Commercial Bamboo Corporation Limited ...
www.americanbamboo.org

Database entry for Brazil Nut - Bertholletia excelsa - Brazil Nut - Bertholletia excelsa - Brazil Nut - Bertholletia excelsa
... or more, and it can reach ages of 500-800 years old. The tree is called castanheiro do para in Brazil and is found throughout the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador. The fruit is a large, round woody capsule or pod, about the size of a large grapefruit and ...
www.rain-tree.com




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