Bactris gasipaes

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Bactris gasipaes

Classis : Liliopsida 
Subclassis : Commelinidae 
Familia : Arecaceae 
Subfamilia : Arecoideae 
Tribus : Cocoeae 
Subtribus : Bactridinae 
Genus : Bactris 
Species : Bactris gasipaes 
Kunth
   

Bactris gasipaes (binomen a Kunth anno 1816 statutum) est arbor fructifera in Amazonia sponte crescens ibique propter fructus edules culta. Ex his fructibus potio fortis (chicha de chonta) conficitur.[1]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "The yellow fruit of the pupunha palm ... is cooked to taste like potatoes or made into an alcoholic brew of considerable potency": Louis Hagen, ed., Alfred Boeldeke: With Graciela to the head-hunters (Londinii: Barrie & Jenkins, 1958)

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Chicha de chonta, scilicet "cicha e fructibus Bactris gasipaes" conficitur
  • Amatus Bonpland, Alexander de Humboldt; Carolus Sigismundus Kunth, ed., Nova Genera et Species Plantarum vol. 1 (1815 [1816]) p. 302, tab. 700
  • Charles R. Clement, "Domestication of the pejibaye palm (Bactris gasipaes): past and present" in M. J. Balick, ed., The palm: tree of life (Advances in Economic Botany, vol. 6, 1988) pp. 155-174
  • Charles R. Clement, Michelly de Cristo-Araújo, Geo Coppens d’Eeckenbrugge, Alessandro Alves Pereira, Doriane Picanço-Rodrigues, "Origin and Domestication of Native Amazonian Crops" in Diversity vol. 2 (2010) pp. 72-106
  • J. Mora Urpi, "Pejibaye (Bactris gasipaes)" in J. E. Hernández Bermejo, J. León, edd., Cultivos marginados: otra perspectiva de 1492 (Romae: Food and Agriculture Organization, 1992) pp. 209-220

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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