Plantas Comestibles de Centroamérica

  title={Plantas Comestibles de Centroam{\'e}rica},
  author={Donald L. Hazlett},
Floral and reproductive biology of Matisia cordata (fam: malvaceae)
The floral and reproductive biology of sapoti, including floral visitors that act as biotic pollination agents, are described, which constitute an abundant and valuable resource for animals from the region. Expand
Allometric relationships and reforestation guidelines for Maclura tinctoria, an important multi-purpose timber tree of Latin America
As reforestation and restoration processes gain momentum across the world native tree species are being established for production, conservation and restoration purposes in agricultural landscapes.Expand
Evaluation The Nitrogen Needs And Efficiency Of Rizhobia Strains To Provide Nitrogen To Chipilin
DEDICATION To my loving mother. Chipilin (Crotalaria Longirostrata) is a leguminous plant native to Central America and Southern Mexico and used in the preparation of traditional dishes in thisExpand
Orphaned and Abandoned Fruit Species from Panama, A Brief Thematic Review
The richness of Panama’s biological heritage is highly significant. However, the scarce research work on its own national plant genetic resources focuses on a limited number of agricultural cropsExpand
Effect of Spathiphyllum blandum on the removal of ibuprofen and conventional pollutants from polluted river water, in fully saturated constructed wetlands at mesocosm level.
The findings demonstrate the importance of the species S. blandum, in particular, for the removal of ibuprofen, which is an anti-inflammatory drug commonly found in effluents of wastewater treatment plants. Expand
Estudio de crecimiento y de producción de frutos de Bactris guineensis (güiscoyol) en Sistemas Agroforestales como potencial de desarrollo en la Región Chorotega
It is found that the amount of nitrogen applied is inversely proportional to the growth and development of the palm tree and stem diameter was stimulated in small doses, but at 100 kg / ha, it was inhibited. Expand
Ethnic study of traditional use of Cuayote (Gonolobus taylorianus) in Costa Rica
The cuayote (Gonolobus taylorianus) is a very unknown, endemic plant from the Central America zone. In Costa Rica, two species of the genus Apocynaceae, Gonolobus edulis and Gonolobus taylorianus areExpand
The future of coffee and cocoa agroforestry in a warmer Mesoamerica
It is shown that cocoa could potentially become an alternative in most of coffee vulnerable areas, and transforming agroforestry systems by changing tree species composition may be the best approach to adapt most of the coffee and cocoa production areas. Expand
Traditional Food Plant Knowledge and Use in Three Afro-Descendant Communities in the Colombian Caribbean Coast: Part I Generational Differences
Few studies in Colombia have focused on traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) changes and assessed whether they signified TEK erosion or explored what drives changes. In this study, we researchedExpand
It is demonstrated that wild grape can thus be utilised as a novel functional resource for radical scavenging and reducing power and revealed a high antioxidant activity. Expand