achiote

(redirected from Bixa)
Related to Bixa: Bixa orellana

a·chi·o·te

 (ä′chē-ō′tē, -tĕ)
n.

[American Spanish, from Nahuatl achiotl.]

achiote

(ˌætʃɪˈəʊtɪ; ˌætʃɪˈəʊteɪ)
n
(Plants) another name for annatto
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
But ancient Mayans, Incans, and Aztecs of Central and South America did not use annatto, also known as Bixa ore/lana as it was named after Amazon explorer Francisco de Orellana, for coloring purposes alone.
Aim and Objective: This study identified the phytochemicals present in aqueous and ethanolic Bixa orellana L.
Bixa said: The learners are urban students, so they see the challenges we face and are trying to fix them at home.
The protective function of ants visiting the extrafloral nectaries of Bixa orellana (Bixaceae).
Uno de ellos fue el mono araguato (E: ko'ta, L: Alouatta), creado a partir de los primeros Enepa (Mattei-Muller 1992) cuando estos bailaban en una fiesta pintados con onoto (E: wache, L: Bixa orellana).
Si es necesario tenir las fibras, utilizan colorantes artificiales (anilinas) de diferentes colores o tintes naturales derivados de las plantas: Bixa urucurana Willd.
With enemies on both sides, can Lucky count on Bixa and Frollix?
Mostly the roots of the medicinal plants were used to treat stomachache (Gendarussa vulgaris, Elephantopus scaber, Gliricidia sepium, Coleus blumei, Swietenia mahogani, and Moringa oleifera), urinary tract infections (Polyscias scutellaria, Vernonia cinerea, Carica papaya, and Imperata cylindrica), muscle pain or over fatigue ("bughat") in women (Bidens pilosa, Eleusine indica, Malvastrum coromandelinum, and Ficus septica, and Solanum verbascifolium), fever (Gendarussa vulgaris, Carica papaya, and Macaranga tanarius), diarrhea (Elephantopus scaber, Diplazium esculentum, Carica papaya, and Lansium domesticum), and enhance proper blood circulation (Catharanthus roseus, Bixa orellana, and Ixora macrothyrsa).
Recursos de origen vegetal recolectados por las gallinas en la zona de influencia de la Selva de Florencia, departamento de Caldas; Colombia Nombre vulgar Nombre cientifico Familia Bija Bixa Orellana Linn Bixaceae Bledo Amaranthus cf.
Objetivo: evaluar el efecto del extracto de Bixa orellana sobre aceite de girasol durante el calentamiento en microondas.
Bixa orellana, Costus speciosus, Salvia officinalis, Arachis hypogaea, Malus domestica, Cerasus fruticosa, Ipomea batatas, Phraggmites communis, Allium cepa (Tanikawa et al.