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Agave
... and northern Sonora. Many species of agave are bat pollinated. The starchy core of the plant was baked in rock-lined pits by desert ... at this stage the Apache used to roast and eat the core of the plant. Agave lechuguilla - one of the principal indicator plants ... the annual rainfall, the plant has stored sufficent reserves in its starchy core to flower. This involves production of a flower stalk of up ...
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American Graffiti
... Arizona to Baja California and northern Sonora. Many species of agave are bat pollinated. The starchy core of the Desert Agave was baked in rock-lined pits by desert-dwelling Indians to ... staple food, and baked agave can still be purchased in Mexican markets. Fermentation of the starchy core of some species and distillation of the ferment is the basis for production of tequilla ...
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Agavaceae
... south-western Arizona to Baja California and northern Sonora. The starchy core of the plant was baked in rock-lined pits by ... the annual rainfall, the plant has stored sufficent reserves in its starchy core to flower. This involves production of a flower stalk (left) ... prefers limestone soils. Uses include production of mescal from the starchy core and fibre from the leaves. The growing bud can be ...
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Angiosperm Families - Ancistrocladaceae Planch.
... its crown of sepals. Dispersal by water. Seeds endospermic. Endosperm ruminate; starchy. Seeds with starch. Cotyledons 2. Seedling. Germination phanerocotylar. Physiology, biochemistry. Proanthocyanidins ... ’s Superorder Theiflorae; Theales. CronquistÂ’s Subclass Dilleniidae; Violales. APG (1998) Eudicot; core Eudicot; neither Rosid nor Asterid; Caryophyllales. Species 20. Genera 1; only genus ...
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Angiosperm Families - Bixaceae Link
... dehiscent; a capsule. Capsules loculicidal. Seeds endospermic. Endosperm not oily. Seeds with starch (starchy). Cotyledons 2 (spathulate). Embryo achlorophyllous (1/1); straight. Testa red (rather fleshy). ... DahlgrenÂ’s Superorder Malviflorae; Malvales. CronquistÂ’s Subclass Dilleniidae; Violales. APG (1998) Eudicot; core Eudicot; Rosid; Eurosid II; Malvales. Species 4. Genera 1; only genus, Bixa. ...
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South Florida Tropicals: Banana
... which can be eaten raw or cooked; and plantains, which are starchy and must be cooked before eating. This publication focuses on the ... peel is pale yellow with green ends. The pulp is firm, starchy, and slightly tart. Bananas at this stage of ripeness may be ... bananas 1 tablespoon orange juice Salad greens, as desired Wash, core and dice unpared apples. Combine with celery, nuts, mayonnaise, and ...
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Corn
... OP was usually called "sweet corn" to begin with). There remains, however, a not inconsiderable core of corn fanciers who believe that while a little sweetness never hurt corn, and likely ... sweet corn, popcorn, or field corn do not develop a high sugar content and are starchy. Cross-pollination between yellow and white sweet-corn varieties of the same type affects only ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Aconite Herb - Profile and Information
... It is not complete till the roots are dry to the core and brittle, snapping when bent. Dried Aconite root at its upper ... root breaks with a short fracture and should be whitish and starchy within. A transverse section shows a thick bark, separated from the ... the stem which crown the root. They are also generally less starchy, darker externally and more shrivelled than the English root and considered ...
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Jackfruit
... . Inside there are a hundred or more large, starchy seeds surrounded by a sweet and aromatic flesh, all attached to a central core. The aroma of the ripening fruit is extremely sweet ...
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vegetable gardening in spring
... , the core gets larger, and they start losing quality. Harvest them when fully coloured. CASSAVA Manihot esculenta Manioc. A tropical shrub, usually grown from cuttings, that produces a long starchy tuber eaten ... at around 30cm long. The thick outer skin peels off fairly easily, and the succulent core is eaten. Allow 50cm between plants, and grow as for lettuce. CHAYOTESechium edule -Choko, Vegetable ...
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