ananas comosus


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People are actually growing pineapples in their houses and yards up north. www.EdibleLandscaping.com is shipping more and more exotic fruits to all kinds of people. Each plant has over 200 flowers, the individual fruits of these flowers join together to produce what we call a pineapple. The tough middle stem contains bromelain, an enzyme that digests protein. This tough stem can be broken down in a strong blender like a Vitamix. Both root and fruit can be eaten. Great antiinflammatory. Used to help macular degeneration (eyes), digestion, sinus, arthritis, energy, bones, teeth, gums, blood clots, nausea, morning sickness. Stems used for cancer. Some people “fast” on nothing but pineapple for several weeks to expel worms, parasites and cleanse the body. Also great sugar substitute.
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comatus da linhagem CCO 01/01 em meios de cultura a base de residuos comerciais organicos de Saccharum officinarum (bagaco de cana-de-acucar), Citrus sinensis (bagaco de laranja), Ananas comosus (coroa de abacaxi) e Musa sp.
The regulation of citric acid accumulation and carbon recycling during CAM in Ananas comosus.
Aspergillus flavus was isolated from Carica papaya and, Ananas comosus, while Aspergillus niger was isolated from Citrus sinensis), Rhizopus Sp was obtained from Carica papaya and Lycopersicon esculentum, Candida sp was isolated from Citrus sinensis and Lycopersicon esculentum while Fusarium Sp, and Mucor Sp were isolated from Lycopersicon esculentum and Phytophthora Sp from Ananas comosus.
Ananas comosus are combined with roots of Areca catechu and bark of Erythrina variegata, crushed and the juice extracted.
Gonzalez, ex Ananas comosus (probably not its true host).
Shoot tips of Ananas comosus 'Imperial' were rooted in vitro under two environments (artificial and natural light) and after two months the plantlets were transferred to commercial substrate (Plantmax[R]) in a greenhouse.
These plants included Mangifera indica, Coriandrum sativum, Cocos nucifera, Bombax ceiba, Ananas comosus, Carica papaya, Terminalia belerica, Terminalia chebula, Momordica charantia, Dillenia indica, Phyllanthus emblica, Tamarindus indica, Swertia chirata, Cinnamomum tamala, Punica granatum, Moringa oleifera, Artocarpus heterophyllus, Musa paradisiaca, Psidium guajava, Syzygium cumini, Averrhoa carambola, Piper betle, Bambusa bambos, Zizyphus mauritiana, Aegle marmelos, Citrus aurantifolia, Citrus grandis, Citrus macroptera, Manilkara achras, Camellia sinensis, and Curcuma longa.