buriti

buriti

(ˌbuːrɪˈtiː)
n
a variety of palm tree of the genus Mauritia
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En el Peru, se le conoce con el nombre de "aguaje", en Colombia como "moriche" y en el Brasil "buriti" (Del Castillo et al.
Sustainably harvesting valuable tropical ingredients for cosmetics and moisturizing creams using nuts or berries from the buriti, aai and ucuuba trees, has created entirely new value chains that simply did not exist before.
This is on top of its moisturizing formula that's created through a mixture of andiroba, buriti, shea and avocado oils.
Ainda em relacao a este ultimo dado, os municipios de Canto do Buriti e Parnagua possuem as maiores areas totais, apresentando em apenas uma propriedade, 34.208,00 ha e 20.306,02 ha, respectivamente.
A modernidade afeta "[...] o estatuto de ser mulher honesta entre o final do seculo XIX e inicio do seculo XX [...]" (Buriti, 2004: n.p.).
Caption: Figura 5 * Complexo Arqueologico de Gravuras Rupestres da Bebidinha, situado no Canion do Poty no municipio de Buriti dos Montes, no Piaui.
Five vegetable oils including andiroba (Carapa guianensis), buriti (Mauritia flexuosa), castor (Ricinus communis), pequi (Caryocar brasiliense), and tucum (Bactris setosa) were evaluated for lipase production as substitutes for olive oil.
The landscape surveyed comprised mainly semi-deciduous forest patches, riparian forest (mainly, gallery forests), buriti palm (vereda), and shrubby savanna (cerrado stricto sensu) on the mountain tops, inserted in a matrix composed of sugar-cane plantations and exotic grasses.