Vanilla planifolia


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Noun1.Vanilla planifolia - a climbing orchid bearing a podlike fruit yielding vanilla beansVanilla planifolia - a climbing orchid bearing a podlike fruit yielding vanilla beans; widely cultivated from Florida southward throughout tropical America
vanilla bean - long bean-like fruit; seeds are used as flavoring
genus Vanilla - large genus of tropical climbing orchids; Old and New Worlds
vanilla - any of numerous climbing plants of the genus Vanilla having fleshy leaves and clusters of large waxy highly fragrant white or green or topaz flowers
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Dentro de este genero, Vanilla planifolia, Vanilla pompona y Vanilla tahitensis son las especies mas importantes en el mundo, por ser productoras de vainillina natural (Bory et al.
The main objective was to evaluate the antagonistic capacity of rhizobacteria associated with Vanilla planifolia Jacks.
2 THE beans are fruit pods from a tropical climbing orchid called Vanilla planifolia.
Orchid/Almond Oil Herbaspheres (INCI name: Same name as above with vanilla planifolia fruit extract added just before the citric acid.
ex Andrews" (RBG 2009), que es la usada aqui para denominar la vainilla: Vanilla planifolia Jacks.
Paris-Marsella (1939-1942), Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, Vanilla Planifolia,
Optimization of plantlet regeneration from leaf and nodal derived callus of Vanilla planifolia Andrews.
En general, las semillas de los frutos que presentaron mayor porcentaje de germinacion fueron los hibridos de cruzas interespecificas, en comparacion con las autopolinizaciones; entre ellos, las semillas del fruto 3 que presentaron los valores mas altos de germinacion (85%) corresponden a Vanilla planifolia [masculinidad] V.
De este trabajo se derivaron interesantes resultados, como el de las rutas y fechas de la dispersion humana de los cultivares de Vanilla planifolia por todo el mundo.
They are the seed pods of an orchid but, you will have to travel a long way to see the vanilla orchid, Vanilla planifolia, growing wild in the trees and shrubs of tropical West Indies and Central America.
Genetic diversity in Vanilla planifolia is "very, very, verylow," says Pascale Besse, a plant geneticist at the joint research center PVBMT Cirad and the University of Reunion who led the research, which appears in the July American Journal of Botany.