La mayoria de las practicas alimenticias descriptas son coincidentes con las registradas para otros grupos indigenas chaquenses (Arenas, 1981, Maranta
, 1987; Arenas, 2003; Arenas & Scarpa, 2007; Scarpa, 2009; Martinez, 2012).
2A-B), rugulada en Maranta
leuconeura y Strelitzia regina (Fig.
Before the end of 2007, we are specifically targeting companies in Thailand, India and Malaysia," Maranta
Audicione con "Caramelo y chocolate" y "De bochinche en bochinche", pero sin imitar a Iris Chacon, mi pelo era rizo, la maranta
de rizo que usaba en esa epoca.
Good choices include trailing tradescantia, variegated dracaena, purple-leafed dracaena, pilea, maranta
(or prayer plant) and miniature parlour palm.
Plants that do well in a terrarium include asplenium nidus, hypoestes, peperomia caperata, maranta
tricolorand St Paulia.
So dust with a soft brush the upper surface of hairy-leaved plants like African violets and very matt-leaved types like maranta
, commonly known as the prayer plant or rabbit tracks, and sponge shiny foliage such as that of azaleas with tepid water.
plants, including: Maranta
arundinacea (Marantaceae), yielding Indian
Houseplants: arrowhead vine (Syngonium); bloodleaf (Iresine), bromeliads, especially billbergia, neoregelia, and vriesea; calathea (peacock plant, zebra plant); cordyline; ctenanthe; and maranta
(arrowroot, prayer plant, rabbit's foot).
The ed school courses I took at Sacramento State didn't at all prepare me for what I got myself into," says Michelle Maranta
, an HIV researcher at the bio-tech firm Genentech who taught biology for one semester at a low-income school in South San Francisco before returning to the company.
A THE prayer plant, from the maranta
family, is not particularly easy to grow in certain rooms.
While the men fish or hunt game, wild animals and snakes to eat, the women collect the roots, very abundant in the area, called Aguapas" (the rhizomes or underground shoots of Maranta
arundinacea [Marantaceae], the source of the starch known in Venezuela as sulu and in English as arrowroot) similar to the white potatoes that are common in Galicia.