pitanga


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Noun1.pitanga - Brazilian tree with spicy red fruit; often cultivated in California and Florida
Eugenia, genus Eugenia - tropical trees and shrubs with aromatic leaves and often valuable hard wood
fruit tree - tree bearing edible fruit
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(2012) reported that there is a morphologically similar species (Eugenia pitanga), but Costa (2004) reported that E.
Houaiss (www.houaiss.uol.com.br) defines a protagonist as "the main character in a play, a book, a movie, a soap opera, etc." Thus, productions such as Noel, o Poeta da Vila (2007) and Garrincha--Estrela Solitaria (2003), despite giving significant attention, respectively, to the characters Ceci, played by Camila Pitanga, and Elza Soares, played by Tais Araujo, were left out for having male characters at the core of their stories.
According to a study by Pitanga and Lessa (36) conducted in the city of Salvador with 968 adults and elderly individuals from 30 to 74 years of age, CI better discriminated high coronary risk, followed by waist to hip ratio.
Um valor de RCA [greater than or equal to] 0,52 foi utilizado como ponto de corte para o risco de desenvolvimento de doencas cardiovasculares (Pitanga e Lessa, 2007).
(2016) added rosemary and pitanga extracts directly onto beef patties to evaluate color stability at 4[degrees]C during 4 days, and observed that pitanga extracts had a negative influence on meat color (redness and metmyoglobin formation), probably due to high chlorophyll content in extract, suggesting that this pigment affects myoglobin oxidation.
Pois, os dados do nosso estudo parecem contrariar a afirmacao que as pessoas com menor renda e escolaridade teriam menos acesso a equipamentos, a locais publicos e seguros para a pratica de exercicio ou a ambientes e locais privados pagos e ou de alto custo (Cassou e colaboradores, 2008; Pitanga e Lessa, 2005).
Ainda que os filhos nao vejam de forma relevante a pratica esportiva como importante para manutencao da saude nesta fase da vida, o que parece natural pela pouca idade dos participantes, sabe-se que aqueles que iniciam em atividades fisicas mais cedo e permanecem com alguma frequencia ate a juventude tem menor risco de desenvolver doencas cronico-degenerativas na idade adulta, conforme afirmam Lazzoli e colaboradores (1998) e Pitanga (2002).
(2007) in 'pitanga' (Eugenia uniflora L.) powder at temperatures of 10, 20, 30 and 40 [degrees]C.
frontier, frontier of Brazil, I have drunk cana con pitanga with the
O sedentarismo esta intimamente ligado a obesidade, a qual possui etiologia multifatorial, mas que indiscutivelmente e influenciada de maneira relevante pela associacao deste com dietas hipercaloricas (Da Silva e Malina, 2000; Pitanga e Lessa, 2005).
In the 17 accessions studied, two such genes have been identified: one in BGF 9 (Corinthiano), Co-15, which provides resistance to races 8, 89, and 2047 (Goncalves et al., 2010), and one in BGF 15 (Pitanga), Co-14, conferring resistance to races 23, 64, 65, 73, and 2047 (Goncalves-Vidigal et al., 2012).