Passiflora


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The Genetic Diversity, Conservation, and Use of Passion Fruit (Passiflora spp.).
Passiflora species can be propagated by seeds or asexually by grafting, cuttings or in vitro propagation; however, the seeds propagation is the most used method (Araujo et al., 2007; Pantano, 2007; Zucareli et al., 2015).
El genero Passiflora comprende especies trepadoras herbaceas a lenosas, arbustos y arbolitos (Gentry 1996), tiene importancia comercial por sus frutos comestibles, asi como por su potencial ornamental y sus principios activos (Hernandez & Bernal 2000; Dhawan et al.
The treatments consisted of testing the cultivars FB 200 (Flora Brazil), Maracujazeiro-azedo (Passiflora edulis f.
For this, we used the descriptors, in Portuguese and English, isolated and combined, obtained from Descriptors in Health Sciences (DeCS: http://decs.bvs.br): cascas (peel), maracuja (passion fruit), Passiflora, diabetes, fibra alimentar (dietary fiber), farinha (flour), pectina (pectin), trigliceridios (triglycerides), colesterol (cholesterol), pressao arterial (blood pressure), obesidade (obesity), dislipidemias (dyslipidemias) and ratos (rats).
Thus, the objective of this work was to develop an electroanalytical methodology using the BDD electrode, without any preconcentration or pretreatment to determine Fenthion pesticide into Passiflora alata samples.
The genus Passiflora (Passifloraceae) comprises species noted by their edible fruits, exotic flowers, and use in folk medicine for sedative, anxiolytic, diuretic, and analgesic effects [1-5].
Microsporogenesis of three species of subgenus Passiflora (Passiflora, Passifloraceae) from Paraguay.