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    1/1/2007 Por Dr. F. W. Martin. Publicado en partes, 1989 y 1994; revisado en 1998 y 2007 por personal de ECHO Aunque casi todas las plantas son útiles de alguna manera, no todas son igualmente valiosas. Por ejemplo, el trigo, el arroz y el maíz pueden ser considerados las plantas más valiosas en el mundo...
  2. 1/4/2009 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #1 When ripe, the yellow and apricot-colored fruit of the marian plum (Bouea macrophylla Griff.) seem to glow among the tree's glossy green leaves. The ripe fruit of marian plum offers an edible, crisp skin and juicy flesh. Besides being eaten raw as a dessert...
  3. 1/1/1984 This book providesuseful information on the production of a wide range of tropical tree fruits that grow in Australia. 225 pages, illustrations, photos
  4. 1/1/1990 Fruit and Vegetable Production in Warm Climates is a companion volume to the Fruit and Vegetable Production in Africa. This edition, like the first, covers both fruit and vegetable production in a single volume but here information is discussed within the framework of pan-tropical systems...
  5. The purpose of this book is to enhance awareness of the value for lesser known fruits. This book should be a valuable reference source in an area of increasing worldwide interest--the search for new and exotic foods. The areas covered are fruit history and distribution, botanical descriptions and...
  6. The definitive guide to exotic fruit; includes delightfully innovative recipes.
  7. Explore the delectable world of tropical fruits. Each fruit is illustrated to show the external and internal features, with detailed descriptions including appearance, distinguishing features and uses. Recipes, especially unusual ones are given where appropriate.
  8. Everything from soup to nuts-appetizers, soups, relishes, wines and liqueurs. Included are 140 recipes for 42 tropical fruits, each of which is fully described and illustrated in full color. Also included is information on calories and vitamins as well as directions for freezing, wine making,...
  9. This book advances our knowledge and appreciation of a truly extraordinary tropical fruit. For centuries, the jackfruit was a culinary staple and tradition in tropical Asia. Today, its seductive lure has reached the Americas with an exciting collection of new cultivars and modern management...
  10. This is the third volume in a series on tropical and subtropical fruits. The editors collaborated with 24 scientists in preparation of this current volume, which contains 14 chapters covering 23 fruits. Major processed fruits covered are mango and pineapple. Emerging fruit crops that are...