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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Similar results were observed in plants of Andiroba (C.
Determinacao do fator de protecao solar (FPS) in vitro e in vivo de emulsoes com oleo de andiroba (Carapa guianensis).
Insecticidal and repellent effects of tea tree andiroba oils on flies associated with livestock.
Now, new Natura Ekos 100% Amazon contains various combinations of Amazonian oils such as as cupuacu, passion fruit, andiroba, chestnut, cacao and acai.
The Best Natural Homemade Skin & Hair Care Products" features really lovely oils such as monoi oil (a coconut and flower oil that is a staple in beauty and skin regimens in Tahiti), soy oil, nut oils (such as macadamia, almond and peanut), seed oils (such as sesame, hemp, pumpkin seed and flax) and some really beautiful exotic natural oils such as piqui, andiroba, prickly pear seed, tamanu and argan.
Outras especies da flora sao: Andiroba (Carapa guienensis), Canela (Cinnamomun zeylanicum), Copaiba (Copaifera multijuga), Mucura-caa (Petiveria alliacea), Murta (Eugenia punicifolia), Mutamba (Gazuma ulmifolia), Ucuuba (Virola sebifera) e Babacu (Orbignya speciosa).
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La andiroba, se encuentra desde America Central hasta Paraguay, pero es mas predominante en la region amazonica, donde estan presentes dos especies de andiroba distintas, que son Carapa guianensis y C.
TABELA II TIPOS DE ALIMENTOS VEGETAIS CONSUMIDOS PELOS PEIXES NA RESEX DO BAIXO JURUA, CONFORME CITACOES DOS MORADORES LOCAIS Tipo de alimento Identificacao taxonomica (denominacao local) Acai Euterpe precatoria (Arecaceae) Andiroba Carapa guianensis (Meliaceae) Apui Ficus sp.