naranjilla

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Noun1.naranjilla - small perennial shrub cultivated in uplands of South America for its edible bright orange fruits resembling tomatoes or oranges
genus Solanum, Solanum - type genus of the Solanaceae: nightshade; potato; eggplant; bittersweet
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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ENPNewswire-September 3, 2019--Lucapa Diamond Company Limited - Record Diamond Production at Lulo and Mothae
The XIX Brigade enlisted partisans of the "Pandeli Boari", "Thoma Lulo", "Chameria", "Thanas Ziko" and "Mateoti" battalions with an effective round about 800 warriors.
Vacuum Impregnation of Cidra Matrices with Lulo Pulp, Inulin and Calcium to Enhance its Functional Characteristics
La economia campesina en el municipio de Miranda, principalmente en la zona de ladera, consiste en una produccion limitada de frutales para la comercializacion, en especial lulo, mora y granadilla, y una produccion extendida de coca y marihuana; tambien se produce alguna comida para el autoconsumo.
Patogenicidad del nematodo agallador, Meloidogyne enterolobii, en lulo (Solanum quitoense) en macetas.
You can breakfast for less than the equivalent of $5 on arepas fresh off the grill and stuffed with cheese, along with juices made from mango, strawberry, lulo and many more fruits you've probably never seen or heard of before.
"The high-quality nature of our production from the Lulo mine in Angola and from Mothae will also enable the group to further its value-enhancing downstream strategy through partnerships with global diamantaires, where discussions are well advanced."
A selection of their teas are blended with regional ingredients including cacao, coffee and exotic fruits, including guava, starfruit, lulo and mango.
Fincas En estas fincas se pueden tradicionales del encontrar variedad de Pacifico productos autoctonos de la region Pacifica, tales como borojo, chontaduro, coco, papa china, zapote, cacao, guamo, caimito, guayaba araza, yuca, cana, chirimoya, banano, platano, aguacate, pomarrosa, arbol de pan, lulo, etc.
Laboratory studies have shown that its life cycle is from 25.6 to 124.1 days, and the number of eggs laid depends on both temperature and host fruit (such as tomato, eggplant, or lulo) used for larvae development (Marcano 1991a, b, Serrano et al.
En cada trampa se pusieron cebos con atrayentes como pescado en descomposicion y frutas fermentadas: banano (Musa paradisiaca, Linnaeus 1753), borojo (Alibertia patinoi Cuatrecasas 1949), lulo (Solanum quitoense, Lamarck 1794), guayaba (Psidium guajava, Linnaeus 1753) y mango (Mangifera indica, Linnaeus 1753).
The Colombian country pavilion has been enjoying a fruitful debut at Gulfood with dried and powdered exotic fruits such as Galupa, Capoazu, Lulo, Araza and Camu.