Panseri, "Secondary metabolite profile, antioxidant capacity, and mosquito repellent activity of Bixa
orellana from Brazilian Amazon region," Journal of Chemistry, vol.
The seeds of Bixa
orellana L., a native shrub from tropical America, are a rich source of antioxidant carotenoid pigments that are largely used by the food coloring industry.
Isolation and purification of RNA from tissues rich in polyphenols, polysaccharides, and pigments of annatto (Bixa
Analgesic and hypoglycemic activities of Bixa
orellana, Kyllinga monocephala and Luffa acutangula.
He recalls his father using annatto (Bixa
orellana) to dye the clothes of Vaishnav ascetics a traditional orange-yellow, and he also reminisces about making his own toys from discarded bamboo sticks and clay.
A total of 250 aid packages containing staple food items were delivered to the people in need with the help of a Turkish school teacher, Nicolas Bixa
Efeito do urucum (Bixa
orellana) na alteracao de caracteristicas de ovos de galinhas poedeiras.
Tambien se han mencionado para el genero otros nombres tupi-guarani como "mira tinga" (Tastevin, 1923); "urukura" (Bertoni, 1940), este ultimo se puede traducir como "similar al urucu", haciendo referencia a la semejanza de sus frutos con los de Bixa
Annatto, a carotenoid, is extracted from the seeds of Bixa
orellana trees grown in tropical regions on several continents.