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Sample Depth (m) Summary Sample Depth (m) description M1 0.3-0.4 Aleurite M10 4.2-4.4 M2 0.7-0.8 Aleurite B1 1.2-1.3 M3 1.3-1.4 Aleurite B2 1.7-1.9 M4 1.7-1.8 Aleurite B3 2.0-2.2 M5 1.9-2.0 Pelitic siltstone B4 2.5-2.7 M6 2.3-2.4 Pelitic siltstone B5 3.1-3.3 M7 2.7-2.8 Pelitic siltstone B6 3.5-3.8 M8 2.9-3.1 Pelitic siltstone B7 4.5-4.7 M9 3.5-3.6 Pelitic siltstone B8 5.5-5.8 Sample Summary description M1 Pelitic siltstone M2 Pelitic siltstone M3 Pelitic siltstone M4 Pelitic siltstone M5 Pelitic siltstone M6 Pelitic siltstone M7 Pelitic siltstone M8 Pelitic siltstone M9 Fine Sand Table 2 Distribution of main granulometric fractions of the studied sediments.
Essential oil of Stachys aleurites from Turkey, Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 33: 61-66.
Resumen: Spodoptera cosmioides (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) es una plaga polifaga que provoca danos en varios cultivos, entre ellos los destinados a la produccion de biodiesel, como ricino (Ricinus communis), pinon (Jatropha curcas) y tung (Aleurites fordii).
Tonduz 7281 Albizia adinocephala 1890-07-31 Paul Biolley Aleurites moluccanus 1906-10-30 Oton Jimenez 127 Alternanthera laguroides 1896-06-30 A.
Kalotermes (Neotermes) connexus Snyder, Hanateia Valley, Tahuata, Marquesas Island, 695 ft., 7.24.30 in dead log of Aleurites mollucana, Marquesas Islands; Kalotermes (Neotermes) connexus Snyder, Faatoa Valley, Moorea, 1,500 ft., 11.28.28, Marquesas Islands, 1145 a; Neotermes papua Desneux, cotype, type colony, "Ex-Typis Calotermes papua n.
Mude Citrus tree (Citrus spp.) Mudi Lagerstreomia flos-regime, a large flowering tree yielding hard durable wood, distinguished by its violet blossoms Nila Grewia spp., a tree that yields a good fibre Pau Mango tree (Mangifera indica) Tiwa Feo Feo: Candlenut tree (Aleurites moluccana); tiwa, ('Gathered 'gathered together' candlenuts') or Tiwa 'Ua Higo A kind of herb, an unidentified member of the Asteraceae, perhaps Emilia sonchifolia or Erechtites valerianifolia.
Growing wild on logs of Koa (Acacia koa) and Kukui tree (Aleurites mollucana) in Hawaii, the mushroom Auricularia cornea is known by the locals as Pepeiao which in Hawaiian means "ear." This popular mushroom is included as part of the regional culinary culture primarily because of the population of Asians (Japanese, Philippine and Chinese) living in the state of Hawaii.
rubiginosa), and kukui nut oil (Aleurites moluccana) are other effective carrier oils renowned for their ability to fight infection, stimulate cell growth, and reduce or prevent scarring.
Some 25,000 people live in Badar, growing wet rice alongside the river, or cultivating candlenut (Aleurites moluccana) and other pr oducts in smallholdings cut out of the hillsides.
Table - 3 Indonesia's spices production, 1993 - 1997 (Tons) Spices 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 - Pepper 65,800 54,000 59,000 52,100 49,600 - Ginger 88,573 75,991 82,631 80,471 80,348 - Vanilla 1,528 1,770 2,030 2,051 2,045 - Cinnamon 32,365 35,436 37,334 39,445 36,927 - Cardamom 1,688 1,388 1,148 1,390 1,421 - Nutmeg 20,911 19,182 19,069 18,565 18,310 - Aleurites 56,929 64,182 71,240 78,613 69,776 moluccana - Lemongrass 422 445 590 586 570
HAWAII: candlenut (Aleurites moluccana)--kukui, designated in 1959.
Tung (Aleurites fordii) may be part of the second generation of biofuels, its cultivation is perennial and has a production life of nearly thirty years starting from three years after its plantation.
Aleuritideae Vernicia (= Aleurites) fordii (Hemsl.) Airy Shaw Codiaeae Codiaeum variegatum 'Mamey' (L.) Rumph.