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.
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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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She discovered that the main region in the genome that controlled for male sterility occurred on Chromosome 7 of the C canephora sub genome of C Arabica.
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Conilon or Robusta coffee (Coffea canephora Pierre ex Froehner) (Rubiaceae) represents 25% of all production of coffee in Brazil.
'In 1881, the Augustinian friars introduced a variety of coffee in Tabuco, the old name of Cabuyao, named 'Canephora' now known as Robusta,' Alafop Chairman Clarke Nebral said in an interview.
(2002), estudando a interacao entre disponibilidade hidrica e nutricional, verificaram o efeito positivo do nitrogenio no conteudo relativo de agua nas folhas em plantas de Coffea canephora sob restricao hidrica.
Esta situacion ha provocado la conversion de cafetales de la especie arabica (Coffea arabica L.) a cafetales de robusta (Coffea canephora L.), donde las condiciones climaticas y la altitud lo permiten, debido a que teoricamente esta variedad es menos susceptible y, en consecuencia, permite asegurar la produccion y ganancia.