Palmaceae


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Related to Palmaceae: Arecaceae, Arecales, Palm trees
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This value is only lowest than a few fruits very rich in provitamin A, especially Palmaceae such as buriti (3531 RAE.100[g.sup.-1]), tucuma (844 RAE.100[g.sup.-1]) and bocaiuva (510 RAE.100[g.sup.-1]) or pitanga (76-552 RAE.100[g.sup.-1]) (RODRIGUEZ-AMAYA et al., 2008).
Este hallazgo no resulta sorprendente de manera alguna y tiene, mas bien, caracter confirmatorio al asociarlo con lo que se conoce del mecanismo fotosintetico en la familia Palmaceae y con su origen del bosque tropical humedo de America (Mora Urpi y Gainza 1999), donde las condiciones climaticas no constituyen el habitat de origen tipico de las plantas [C.sub.4].
Structure anatomique de la plantule de Calamus deerratus (Palmaceae).
Tirathaba rufivena Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) is a major insect pest of Palmaceae such as Areca catechu L.
Five concentrates were formulated: i) without additional fat (WF; 27.9 g/kg of ether extract [EE] in the total diet); ii) with PO derived from the palmaceae plant Orbignya oleifera, which has a lipid profile rich in lauric and myristic (medium-chain fatty acids); iii) with LO; iv) with whole soybeans (WS)--whole and unground; and v) PF (Lactoplus; Dalquim group, Itajai, Santa Catarina, Brazil).
Date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.), a monocotyledonous and dioecious species belonging to the Palmaceae family, is widely cultivated in arid regions of the Middle East and North Africa [1].
Five concentrates were formulated: i) without additional fat (WF; 27.9 g/kg of ether extract [EE] in the total diet); ii) with palm oil (PO) derived from the palmaceae plant Orbignya oleifera, which has a lipid profile rich in medium-chain fatty acids (lauristic and myristic); iii) with linseed oil (LO); iv) with PF, Lactoplus-Dalquim group, Itajai, Santa Catarina, Brazil; and v) with soybeans grains (SG).