Passiflora edulis

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Synonyms for Passiflora edulis

Brazilian passionflower cultivated for its deep purple fruit

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Caracterizacao dos frutos de maracuja amarelo irrigados com agua salina.
* Maracuja Oil & Shea Butter Full Beard Detangler, which conditions and softens thick, coarse facial hair, providing great slip to ease out knots without tugging.
O Ministerio da Agricultura, Pecuaria e Abastecimento recomenda um valor minimo de 2,5% de ATT no suco de maracuja (Brasil, 2003), confirmando a regiao norte de Mato Grosso interessante para a industrializacao do maracuja como suco.
Absorcao de nutrientes por duas variedades de maracuja. Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura "Luiz de Queiroz", v.30, p.267-279, 1973.
LAVISH love on your skin with Celestial Maracuja Sugar Polish (pictured right) by Molton Brown.
The 16-SKU line, which draws ingredients including manketti, neroli, maracuja and yangu oils, red ginseng, and quinoa from such countries as Kenya, China, Brazil, Spain, Egypt, India, Morocco and Peru, sells for a suggested $22 to $49 and is available exclusively in 305 Ulta stores across the U.S., as well as at ulta.com/brand/nyakio.
O Brasil com producao de 776.097toneladas e rendimento medio de 13,42t [ha.sup.-1] e referencia na producao de maracuja, destacando-se a regiao nordeste com 72,59% da producao nacional e quantidade produzida de 563.346 toneladas.
Mature fresh fruit were collected from a wild maracuja, growing alongside Benjamin Constant to Atalaia do Norte city roadway Km 12 (4 26' S and 70 06' W).
Tropical mouth-watering treats include an alphonso mango heart, passionfruit and strawberry egg, a maracuja bear and a guava and grapefruit bottle.