Canephora

Canephora

An ornament representing a young maiden bearing a basket of ceremonial offerings on her head, used either as a column support or as a freestanding garden ornament.

canephora, canephorus

canephora
1.Ornament representing a maiden (youth) bearing a basket of ceremonial offerings on the head.
2. A caryatid with basket on her head; used either as a support or as a freestanding garden ornament.
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1 PE=2 SV=1 Alpha-galactosidase OS=Coffea canephora GN=gal 1 x PE=2 SV=1 Beta-galactosidase 9 OS=Oryza sativa subsp x .
Project Description: Contribute to reducing the level of economic damage in the production of coffee Coffea canephora in the main producing areas of Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama, through the examination, evaluation and mass of available technology for Integrated Management Broca (MIB), identification of key technical problems in the production systems of this item and the recording and analysis of climatological information to uniquely identify specific climatic variations experienced in the region in recent years, which are affecting both crop performance as the insect, in order to review and make necessary adjustments to improve the efficiency of the strategies currently being developed to control the pest.
Participating researcher, Alexandre de Kochko of International Research for Development (IRD) in Paris cites "collaboration with EMBRAPA (Brazilian Agricultural Research Company) for the sequencing of the Canephora genome and with EMBRAPA and IAPAR (Parana Institute of Agronomy) for the sequencing of Arabica.
In their work, the researchers found that the sequences and positions of the genes in Coffea canephora, the coffee plant commonly referred to as Robusta, evolved independently from genes with similar functions in tea and cocoa, which also make caffeine.
The team created a high-quality draft of the genome of Coffea canephora, which accounts for about 30 percent of the world's coffee production, according to the Manhattan-based National Coffee Association.
and 'Conilon' (Coffea canephora Pierre ex Froehner) coffee varieties and observed that high zinc concentrations in the roots of 'Catuai' were compensated for by higher production of root dry biomass in 'Conilon'.
Moench; Malvales: Malvaceae) plants infested with insects were noticed in a commercial field (approximately 3 ha) intercropped with coffee (Coffea canephora Pierre ex A.
The phenylpropenoid amides are found in several plants, including Coffea canephora, Theobroma cacao, Amorphophallus konja, Ipomoea obscura and Carthamus tinctorius (Niwa et al.
45 The varieties canephora and arabica account for most of the worldwide production of which crop?
25) Of more than twenty different species, two account for the majority of coffee consumed worldwide: Coffea arabica and Coffea canephora var.
canephora, known for the robusta beans commonly used for making instant coffees, are the two most widely grown coffees in the world.