buriti

buriti

(ˌbuːrɪˈtiː)
n
a variety of palm tree of the genus Mauritia
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Ainda no ano de 2010 a empresa argentina IMPSA de geracao de energia, objetivando requerer novas licencas para a instalacao dos parques eolicos Cajucoco, Buriti, Coqueiros, Ventos do Oeste, Lagoa Seca, Garcas e Araras, participou de audiencia publica onde, devido as divergencias entre a empresa e a populacao local, teve que transferir o projeto do Parque Araras para outra localidade, ainda dentro do municipio.
Patchouli & Buriti, featuring buriti oil's nutrient-rich composition of beta-carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E and essential fatty acids to comfort the skin.
Barbosa, Lima e Mourao Junior (2010) observaram que a contribuicao media do epicarpo de frutos de buriti (Mauritiaflexuosa L.
Cardanol-formaldehyde thermoset composites reinforced with buriti fibers: Preparation and characterization.
Great for severely dry skin, as well as sunburned skin, it's rich in buriti ("tree of life," hence the name) oil, shea butter, argan, and castor oils.
While BSF is endemic in many parts of Brazil (LABRUNA, 2009), the occurrence of this tick-borne disease in MS has been restricted to a single, laboratory-confirmed case in Dois Irmaos do Buriti municipality during 2013 (official data from the Brazilian Ministry of Health, 2016).
Resource stock, traditional uses and economic potential of the buriti palm (Mauritia flexuosa L.
Set one has with Leave-in Cream Conditioner, infused with 15 herbal extracts and fruits from the Indian and Amazonian rainforests to lock in colour and shine, and Restorative Shampoo containing mild cleansers derived from natural coconut, with Cupuacu seed butter and Buriti fruit oil to nourish hair.