El aprovechamiento de madera en las concesiones castaneras (Bertholletia excelsa
) en Madre de Dios, Peru: Un analisis de su situacion normativa.
Fenologia reprodutiva de Bertholletia excelsa
Bonpl., em floresta de terra firme em Mazagao, Amapa.
Properties, biosynthesis and processing of a sulfur-rich protein in Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa
H.B.K.), European Journal of Biochemistry, v.
EXTRACAO ASSISTIDA POR ULTRASSOM E CARACTERIZACAO DO OLEO DA CASTANHA-DO-BRASIL (Bertholletia excelsa
Tomic, "Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa
HBK) proteins: fractionation, composition, and identification of a sulfur-rich protein," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
Fruit removal and natural seed dispersal of the Brazil nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa
) in Central Amazonia, Brazil.
Ecologia y manejo del arbol de castana (Bertholletia excelsa
In any case, we have a uniform canopy showing a landscape with median height, with emerging plants standing out in the canopy, being the main representatives (Bertholletia excelsa
, Dinizia excelsa, Caryocar villosum, Tachigali myrmecophyla).
The Brazilian nut is an edible seed produced by the colossal tree, Bertholletia excelsa
Amazon trees that carry the most carbon Species Percent of total biomass Eperua fakata 1.93 Eschweilera coriacea 1.87 Bertholletia excelsa
1.31 Qualea rosea 1.27 Chlorocardium rodiei 1.17 SOURCE: S.
He called it Bertholletia excelsa
, employing the Latin word for "tall." Indeed, it is one of the giants of the forest.
Several Euglossinae bees are important pollinators of economically important plants; for example, Eulaema nigrita pollinates the Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa
HBK) (Motta Maues 2002), and Euglossa vividisima and Eulaema sp.
Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa
, Bonpl) is a gap-dependent canopy emergent tree requiring high light levels to reach maturity [1, 2] and that relies on scatter-hoarding agoutis (Dasyprocta sp.) to release seeds from the woody pericarp fruit .
(2007) performed a hot-ethanol extraction with the oil from Brazil nuts (Bertholletia excelsa
H.B.K.) obtaining 75% yield after oil recovery process of micelles formed in the process.
Couroupita guianensis, whose common names include ayahuma and the cannonball tree, is an evergreen tree allied to the Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa
) and is native to tropical northern South America and to the southern Caribbean.