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Brazilian Fruits and Cultivated Exotics: (for consuming in natura)

By: Harry Lorenzi, Luis Bacher, Marco Lacerda and Sergio Sartori

672 pages, 1214 colour photos

Instituto Plantarum de Estudos da Flora

Hardback | Dec 2006 | #166100 | ISBN: 8586714240
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Language: English

This book is about the "fruits" or the fruits and pseudofruits cultivated or native to Brazil, which are consumed in natura by man, whole or in parts (skin, pulp or seeds), even though they can be consumed with physical/chemical type of preparation. Of the total 827 different types of fruits presented, almost half of them are native to Brazil and are presented in the first part of the book.

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