Theobroma


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Noun1.Theobroma - cacao plantsTheobroma - cacao plants        
dilleniid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
family Sterculiaceae, sterculia family, Sterculiaceae - a large family of plants of order Malvales
cacao, cacao tree, chocolate tree, Theobroma cacao - tropical American tree producing cacao beans
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The other compounds included in RepaHeel's formula are prunus armeniaca kernel oil, sesamum indicum seed oil, prunus amygdalus dulcis oil, rosmarinus officinalis leaf oil, and theobroma cacao seed butter.
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Diante disto, varias especies tipicas de sub-bosque estao ocorrendo em locais com alta incidencia luminosa, em pastagens, como e o caso da especie Theobroma speciosum.
the Netherlands-based energy equipment firm, is now involved in the construction of a major sustainable energy project for the Nigerian Theobroma cacao factory.
Components derived from Vitis vinifera (grape), Camellia sinensis (tea), Theobroma cacao (cocoa) and Vaccinium spp (blueberry) have demonstrated beneficial effects on human vascular function and on improving memory and learning.
Top-billing the list of products to be showcased in the 'house' is her beauty line 'Raquel' with products such as Cacao Lava and Theobroma Oil.
Cocoa beans are the fermented seeds of the cacao tree called Theobroma cacao in Latin, meaning 'food of the gods'.
Key Words: geographic distribution; invasive species; range expansion; Theobroma cacao
FACT: Chocolate comes from a small tropical tree native to Central and South America called the Theobroma cacao - or simply, 'cacao'.
The cocoa plant is named Theobroma, "food of the gods," and rightfully so.
Diversity and spatial genetic structure of a natural population of Theobroma speciosum (Malvaceae) in the Brazilian Amazon