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vi·gi·a

 (vĭ-jē′ə, -hē′-)
n.
A warning on a navigational chart indicating a possible rock, shoal, or other hazard, the exact position of which is unknown.

[Spanish vigía, from Portuguese vigia, from vigiar, to look out, from Latin vigilāre; see vigilante.]

vigia

(ˈvɪdʒɪə)
n
(Nautical Terms) nautical a navigational hazard marked on a chart although its existence and nature has not been confirmed
[C19: from Spanish vigía reef, from Latin vigilāre to keep watch]
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These seeds are the product of the Plukenetia volubilis vine, which thrives in tropical regions.
Dao Inka (see Figure(5))(scientific name: Plukenetia volubilis) oil is rich in protein, omega 3, 6, and 9, alpha tocopherol vitamin E, carotenoids (vitamin A), and fiber.
Analisis proximal, antinutrientes, perfil de acidos grasos y de aminoacidos de semillas y tortas de 2 especies de sacha inchi (Plukenetia volubilis y Plukenetia huayllabambana).
guianensis (una de gato), Lepidium meyenii (maca), Physalis peruviana (aguaymanto), Minthostachys mollis (muna), Notholaena nivea (cuti-cuti), Maytenus macrocarpa (chuchuhuasi), Dracontium loretense (jergon sacha), Gentianella nitida (hercampuri), Plukenetia volubilis (sacha inchi) and Zea mays (maiz morado).
guianensis (una de gato), Lepidium meyenii (maca), Physalis peruviana (aguaymanto), Minthostachys mollis (muna), Notholaena nivea (cuti-cuti), Maytenus macrocarpa (ehu chuhuasi), Dracontium loretense (jergon sacha), Gentianella nitida (hercampuri), Plukenetia volubilis (sacha inchi) and Zea mays (maiz morado).
Charaterisation and some possible uses of Plukenetia conophora and Adenopus breviflorus seeds and seed oils.
Debido a que los antioxidantes han demostrado potencial quimioprotector en diversas patologias del hombre, el primer articulo de la Revista, Caracteristicas fitoquimicas y capacidad antioxidante in vitro de Aloe vera, Plukenetia volubilis, Caiophora carduifolia, Cecropia membranacea, determina las caracteristicas fitoquimicas y capacidad antioxidante in vitro de estas plantas medicinales mediante el metodo DPPH y ABTS.
Plukenetia volubilis, tambien conocida como sacha inchi, sacha mani o mani del inca, es una planta oleaginosa silvestre, cuyas semillas (lenticulares, comprimidas lateralmente y de color marron con manchas irregulares mas oscuras) presentan un alto valor proteico y un elevado contenido de acidos grasos poliinsaturados en comparacion con todas las semillas oleaginosas utilizadas en el mundo [1].
Conhecida pelos povos andinos a milhares de anos, a euforbiacea Plukenetia volubilis Linneo e nativa da regiao Amazonica, compreendendo os paises do Peru, Colombia, Venezuela e Brasil.
Differentiation morphological and by Inter simple sequence repeats (ISSR) of species of genus Plukenetia (Euphorbiaceae) from Peruvian Amazon: suggestion for a new species
Phaseolus unguiculatus, Plukenetia volubilis, Gossypium barbadense, Solanum mammosum.