Cereza de Surinam

Specific heat (Cp) of tropical fruits: Cajá, Cashew Apple, Cocoa, Kiwi, Pitanga, Soursop fruit and Yellow melon

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Promedio: 5 (2 votos)
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Autores: 
J. M. Oliveira
Autores: 
B. C. Lessio
Autores: 
C. M. Morgante
Autores: 
M. M. Santos
Autores: 
P. E. D. Augusto
Editora: 
International Food Research Journal
Año: 
2,012

De Marchi

Founded in 1942 by the Italian immigrant Giuseppe De Marchi, De Marchi Company is today the national leader in the segment of frozen fruits and has a solid presence in the frozen vegetable and fresh fruits market.

Ubicación

De Marchi Ind. e Com. De Frutas Ltda
Estrada Particular de Marchi, 470
Jundiaí, SP
Brasil
Teléfono: +55 (11) 4815-8400 / 2136 8400
Fax: +55 (11) 4815-8424 / 2136 8424
Año: 
1,942
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Blue Macaw Flora

BLUE MACAW FLORA® is a young company with a great passion for nature and biodiversity. We believe that nature’s most basic products such as fruits and medicinal plants can benefit all of us in ways that are not even yet fully understood. However, extracting them in a responsible manner requires a new way of thinking, behaving, and taking action. Our mission is to do just that: bring the best of Brazil’s natural ingredients to the world in a sustainable fashion. This is our main VALUE and CREDO.

Ubicación

R. Vahia de Abreu, 96 Vila Olímpia
São Paulo, SP 04549.000
Brasil
Teléfono: +55 (11) 2503 5356 | 2503 5395
Año: 
2,007
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Diaprepes Root Weevil

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Autores: 
Elizabeth E. Grafton-Cardwell
Autores: 
Kris E. Godfrey
Autores: 
Jorge E. Peña
Autores: 
Clayton W. McCoy
Autores: 
Robert F. Luck
Editora: 
University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources
Año: 
2,004

Surinam Cherry

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Autores: 
Julia F. Morton
Editora: 
Purdue University
Año: 
1,987

Selected Eugenia Species

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Surinam cherry, cherry of the Rio Grande, grumichama, and pitomba are widely distributed throughout the tropics and subtropics. The Surinam cherry is the most extensively grown while the cherry of the Rio Grande is the least commonly grown of this group. They may all be grown in southern Florida and in protected locations in central Florida. The cherry of the Rio Grande is the most cold tolerant of these species, closely followed by the Surinam cherry, and these can be grown further north.

Autores: 
Richard L. Phillips
Editora: 
University of Florida, IFAS Extension
Año: 
2,005
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