Acrocomia aculeata


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Noun1.Acrocomia aculeata - tropical American feather palm having a swollen spiny trunk and edible nutsAcrocomia aculeata - tropical American feather palm having a swollen spiny trunk and edible nuts
grugru nut - nut of Brazilian or West Indian palms
feather palm - palm having pinnate or featherlike leaves
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En ese contexto destaca el coyol (Acrocomia aculeata), palma monocotiledonea que se distribuye en las areas tropicales y subtropicales de America, desde el sur de Mexico hasta el sur de Brasil, norte de Argentina y las Antillas.
For example, seeds of Acrocomia aculeata (without endocarp) presented fast water absorption within the first 24 hours and kept stable until the 10th day of imbibition, containing 29.95% of water (Rubio Neto et al., 2012).
Hygroscopic behavior of lyophilized powder of Grugru Palm (Acrocomia aculeata).
Hygroscopic behavior and degree of caking of grugru palm (Acrocomia aculeata) powder.
Da Silva, "Effect of additives and process variables on enzymatic hydrolysis of macauba kernel oil (Acrocomia aculeata)," International Journal of Chemical Engineering, vol.
Neves et al., "Optical analysis of the oils obtained from Acrocomia aculeata (jacq.) lodd: mapping absorption-emission profiles in an induced oxidation process," Photonics, vol.
(1988) trazem como indicadoras de cerradao mesotrofico: Acrocomia aculeata, Callisthene fasciculata, Dipteryx alata, Guettarda viburnoides, Jacaranda cuspidifolia, Magonia pubescens, Pseudobombax tomentosum e Terminalia argentea.
Se visito esta zona un mes mas tarde, encontrandose un nido de "loro hablador" en una cavidad localizada a 5,8 m de altura sobre una palmera "mbocaya" (Acrocomia aculeata; 13[grados] 49[grados]S, 64[grados] 31'W).
A sucrose requirement as the metabolic energy source for the growth and development of seedlings in vitro has been observed in several species, including the herbaceous plant Pfaffia tuberosa (Spreng.) (Flores, Uliana, Pimentel, & Garlet, 2013) and the tree species Acrocomia aculeata (Jacq.) (Bandeira, Xavier, Lani, & Otoni, 2013).