carapa


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carapa, crabwood, Surinam mahogany, West Indian mahogany

A pale to reddish brown wood of South America and Africa; moderately hard and heavy, with straight grain and medium texture; used for general construction and in plywood.
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Spatial patterns of two rodent-dispersed rain forest trees Carapa procera (Meliaceae) and Vouacapoua americana (Caesalpiniaceae) at Parcou, French Guiana.
Andiroba, crabwood, krappa, figueroa, carapote, carapa, camacari, cedro macho, bateo, masabalo, mazabalo, denerara.
According to Portico president Mario Barrenechea, the company's foresters make detailed maps noting the location and size of every carapa tree before the chainsaw crews arrive.
INCI: Copaifera officinalis oil (and) carapa guaianensis nut oil (and) euterpe olerracea oil
C] Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectra of some limonoids Part-1 The structure of Procerin, an extractive from Carapa procera.
germinate while floating, as shown for Carapa guianensis (Scarano et
INCI: Copaifera officinalis (balsam copaiba) resin, carapa guaianensis seed oil, euterpe oleracea pulp oil
INCI name: Copaifera officinalis (balsam copaiba) resin, Carapa guaianensis seed oil, Euterpe oleracea pulp oil
INCI name: copaifera officinalis (balsam copaiba) (and) Carapa guaianensis seed oil (and) Euterpe oleracea pulp oil