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“…Radlk. is often grown and sold in Amazonian cities where it is appreciated, despite the latex present in some varieties and in unripe fruits, which coagulates in contact with air, gluing together the lips of whoever eats them (Falcão and Clement 1999).…”
Section: Amazonian Fruit Plantsmentioning
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“…Radlk. is often grown and sold in Amazonian cities where it is appreciated, despite the latex present in some varieties and in unripe fruits, which coagulates in contact with air, gluing together the lips of whoever eats them (Falcão and Clement 1999).…”
Section: Amazonian Fruit Plantsmentioning
“…(locally known as abiú) (Sapotaceae) and Garcinia macrophylla Mart. (bacuri) (Clusiaceae), are recognized as potential fruit trees for human consumption (fruiting starts between three and five, and four and eight years, respectively) (Falcão and Clement 1999;Xavier et al 2001). Dipteryx odorata (Aubl.)…”
Section: Planting Of Seedlingsmentioning
“…Seu fruto possui forma ovoide ou esférica com casca amarela e lisa, às vezes amarelo-esverdeada quando maduro. Sua polpa comestível é de consistência gelatinosa, branca ou amarelada, translúcida, doce, e contém de uma a cinco sementes grandes, lisas, brilhantes, pretas e de tamanho variável (Figura 1; ALMEIDA et al, 2008;FALCÃO;CLEMENT, 1999).…”
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