Persea


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Related to Persea: Persea borbonia, Persea Americana
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Persea schiedeana (Lauraceae), nuevo hospedero de Heilipus lauri Boheman (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) en Veracruz, Mexico.
Roble Vida faba Haba Litsea guatemalensis Laurel Persea americana Aguacate Dracaena fragans Izote de montana Eucalyptus spp.
Persea schiedeana Nees es un arbol frutal conocido comunmente en Veracruz y Tabasco como chinene y chinin, respectivamente.
Roth & Rechy, 1986), habillo (Hura polyandra) (Bravo & Fuentes, 1993), caoba (Swietenia macrophylla) (Richter & Oelker, 2002; Sell, 1989) and other Persea species (Wood Explorer, 2009; USDA Forest Service, 2009) in the same density range, avocado branch wood is below average in bending, compression and tension.
pertence a familia Lauraceae, genero Persea, o qual compreende tres variedades botanicas, em uma unica especie: Persea americana var.
There are three main horticultural races of avocado, Persea americana: Guatemalan, Mexican, and West Indian, with most Florida avocados being hybrids of West Indian and Guatemalan types and most of California's being Mexican and Guatemalan hybrids.
Claire Robson's edited collection Outside Rules: Stories about Marginalized Youth was published by Persea Books in 2007.
For instance, the Jan/Feb 06 issue has an article on the avocado which does mention Persea (although more information concerning species would be helpful) and there's the thyme article on page 60, which has no mention of the various genus and species and varieties mentioned.
Slave Moth: A Narrative in Verse by Thylias Moss Persea Books, February 2004 $24 ISBN 0-892-55289-1
Persea looked to have plenty of improvement in her when she got off the mark at Wolverhampton three weeks ago
Swedish hair care products company Persea AB issued its nine-month financial report on Friday (17 October), posting an operating result of SEK1.