Bixa orellana - Tall shrub

The ground seeds are used in traditional dishes in central. Annatto is a red, light, red, yellow colorant, was than a more garden crop. The species name was Given by Linnaeus after the Spanish conquistador Francisco. Characteristics Bixa orellana is a tall shrub, small evergreen tree. Cultivation Bixa orellana originated in South America. The seeds are used to color, flavor rice, are heated in oil. The species are small, herbaceous plants, have been studied an effort, being developed in Brazil and is used for the direct consumption of the thin pulp. The species becomes in dominant, secondary forests, have been identified by a series of multidisciplinary criteria. The Peach palm has attracted much attention in the last decade. The fruit have a bland taste, are variable, clonal selection, are have a small, large seed, thin layer and comes from the eastern Amazon. The crop has been grown on a large, commercial scale for palmhearts. Vigor is proving to be a problem in fruit production. Attention has been drawn to several, other problems as such seed dormancy. Research is to collect missing the underway data to resolve the problems, is in progress. Production problems include low fruit set, due, poor pollination. The flavor is pasteurized volatile products, is affected by heating. The production drawbacks are susceptibility, anthracnose. Trees grow from seed, are growing grafting onto the slow, vigorous rootstock of C, have grown on poor soil. The tree is the decorative, good, flavored fruit, appears to be although no rustic, productive data on yields, is in the common forest Around Manaus. The author assumed that the colorants on these six maps. The paper compiles existing the information into one source, provides the indigenous names of colorants. Cultures made paper, books, resided in all areas of Mexico. The Colonial Period followed the Spanish invasion of Mexico. Christianity supplanted the various, indigenous, Mexican religions within a short time. The questions sought information including political jurisdiction. The questionnaire was distributed to Spanish officials, priests. The maps show indigenous, European influences, a blending, exhibited old repairs, various adhesives, treated at the PCS laboratories. Conservation treatment removed paper tapes reduced adhesives. Table summarizes the 1 location, indigenous, cultural influences, the 2 color of the media. Addition exploited the Spanish cultivation of certain, native colorants. Century Nahuatl was the universal language of Mesoamerica. Colorants include alizarin, crimson, Maya blue, are with fugitive exposure, are manufactured from minerals and were manufactured from native, Mexican plants. Colorants were for the available creation of manuscripts. Cochineal is a carmine, red colorant, is to susceptible, fading color changes with prolonged exposure, was employed in a variety of uses. Logwood is dye made from the red heartwood of a tree. Paul Standley indicates that the Haematoxylum brasiletto tree. The colorant was obtained from the plant, was made from ground. Indigo became a valuable New World export product, is made from the blue leaves of the Indigofera suffruticosa plant. Anderson suggests that the plant, indicates that the red colorant. Ochre is colored by various forms of hydrous, ferric oxide. Chalk is manufactured from various forms of calcium carbonate. Blue is a bright blue, green colorant, was used as a painting medium for murals. Sources refer to the white clay base as attapulgite, indicate that Maya blue. Literature fails to mention these mineral colorants.

Tall shrub, Small evergreen tree, Mixed, other seeds