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Characterization of Vitis cinerea Engelm. ex Millardet fruits from the southern region of the State of Mexico, Mexico
The berries of eight plants of Vitis cinerea Engelm. ex Millardet growing in the mountains of the southern region of the State of Mexico, Mexico, during 2008–2010 (three seasons) were characterizedExpand
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Inhibición del bronceado en cáscara de chirimoya ‘Fino de Jete’ por aplicación de 6-bencilaminopurina
The cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.) fruit is climacteric and has a very short postharvest life; the symptoms of senescence include peel browning and fruit softening. The objective of this researchExpand
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Ácidos grasos y parámetros de calidad del aceite de semilla de uva silvestre (Vitis spp.)
Mexico is one of the centers of origin of the genus Vitis. Most of the native species are in an underutilized or neglected status. Thus, this work was performed aiming the determination of theExpand
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Frutos y semillas comestibles en el Estado de México
El Estado de Mexico conjuga condiciones edafoclimaticas para el desarrollo de frutales que son fuente de fibras, vitaminas y minerales. Con el objetivo de inventariar las especies con frutos oExpand
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Micropropagación de Cissus tiliacea, planta del sur del estado de México
Murashige-Skoog (MS) or Lloyd and McCown (WPM) medium were used for micropropagation of Cissus tiliacea, an herb plant with potential in agriculture and phar...
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New Host Plant Records and Distribution of Conotrachelus eburneus Champion (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Mexico
El género Malpighia (Malpighiales: Malpighiaceae) está integrado por 45 especies de árboles y arbustos nativos de América tropical y subtropical (Janick y Paull 2008). La acerola, MalpighiaExpand
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Sympatry of Two Species of Heilipus Germar, 1824 (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) Infesting Avocado (Persea americana Mill.) in Central Mexico
Mexico is cited as the center of origin and diversification of the avocado, Persea americana Mill. (Lauraceae). This assertion is supported by the notable genetic diversity ofP. americana inMexico,Expand
An approach to the model for conservation of Central Mexico native grapevines
Several and diverse native populations of wild grapevines have been reported growing in the States of Puebla, Mexico and Morelos, Central Mexico. After collection, successfully rooted vines wereExpand
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An approach to the model for conservation of Central Mexico native grapevines
Several and diverse native populations of wild grapevines have been reported growing in the States of Puebla, Mexico and Morelos, Central Mexico. After collection, successfully rooted vines wereExpand