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Cultivation of Amomum villosum under tropical rainforest.
The names of cardamom in different countries of the world are: Aframomum, Amomum, Amomum cardamomum, Amomum subulatum Roxb, amooman, bai dou kou, Bari Ilaichi, bastard cardamom, buah pelaga (Malay), cardamom oil, cardamome (French), cardamomo (Italian, Spanish), cardamon, cardamone (Italian), cardomomi fructus, chhoti elachi (Indian), elaichi (Pakistan and Indian), Elettaria cardamomum, Elettaria cardamomum Maton var.
Some of the plants used as sustenance food were: Amomum dealbatum, (Aidu), Areca (Uvai), Arenga saccharifera (Thangtung), Bambusa tulda (Rawthing), Calamus erectus (Hruipui), Caryote mitis (Meihle), Caryote urens (Tum), Dendrocalamus hamiltonii (Rawpui), Dicscorea alata (Bahra chim), Dioscorea glabra (bahrakai), Musa superba (changel) and Punica granatum (Theibuhfai).
Most shrubs are also absent, but the floodplain species Cornus amomum ssp.
Of the two plants that produce cardamom seeds -- Eletteria cardamomum and Amomum cardamomum -- Guatemala cultivates the first, which is the finer variety, and is native to the Malabar coast of India.
One of the signature dishes, Marinated sliced goose meat in Chiu Chow style uses a rich and fragrant marinade made from the restaurant s own formula that uses premium ingredients such as cinnamon, anise, liquorice, tangerine peel, amomum fruit, bay leaves and galangal.
Two seeds of Comus amomum were placed in each dish, along with an equal mass ([+ or -] 0.
2) Si nihilo minus vigilant, quidam somnum moliuntur potui dando aquam, in qua papaver aut hyoscyamos decocta sint, alii mandragorae mala pulvino subiciunt, alii vel amomum vel sycamini lacrimam fronti inducunt (Cels.
Shrub-scrub was dominated by Viburnum recognitum (14%), Frangula alnus (14%), and Cornus amomum (13%) in the shrub layer, and by Solidago altissima (5%) in the herb layer.
Family Scientific Name Caesalpiniaceae Cercis canadenses Cornaceae Cornus amomum Cornaceae Cornus florida Cornaceae Cornus racemosa Cornaceae Nyssa sylvatica Fagaceae Quercus alba Fagaceae Quercus imbricaria Fagaceae Quercus macrocarpa Fagaceae Quercus michauxii Fagaceae Quercus palustres Hamamelidaceae Liquidambar styraciflua Juglandaceae Carya illinoinensis Juglandaceae Juglans nigra Lauraceae Lindera benzoin Oleaceae Fraxinus pennsylvanica Plantanaceae Plantanus occidentales Rosaceae Crataegus phaenopyruin Rosaceae Physocarpus opulifoius Rubiaceae Cephalanthus occidentales Family Common Name Inds.
significantly different in Amomum villosum (Zingiberaceae) plants
Twelve samples (Alpinia galanga, Alstonia scholaris bark, Amomum compactum fruit, Am.
Howe's sedge Carex disperma (*E) Deway Two-seeded sedge Cornus amomum Miller Silky dogwood Dryopteris spp.