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- Brosimum alicastrum, commonly known as the breadnut or Maya nut, is a tree species in the family Moraceae of flowering plants, whose other genera include...
- Breadnut may refer to: Brosimum alicastrum, also known as "Maya nut" or ramón, theorized to be a staple crop for the ancient Maya Artocarpus camansi, a...
- remained so through modern times. The Ramón or Breadnut tree (Brosimum alicastrum) was an occasional substitute for maize in producing flour. Fruit was...
- Linaceae Linum L. usitatissimum flax, flaxseed, linseed Moraceae Brosimum B. alicastrum breadnut Pedaliaceae Sesamum S. indi**** sesame, sesame seed Polygonaceae...
- is dominated by trees up to 30 m (98 ft) in height, including Brosimum alicastrum, Manilkara zapota, Celtis monoica, Bursera simaruba, Dendropanax arboreus...
- Moraceae, native to tropical regions of the Americas. The breadnut (B. alicastrum) was used by the Maya civilization for its edible nut. The dense vividly...
- (Gouania lupuloides) cherry bark (Vanilla claviculata) giant wisp (Brosimum alicastrum) poor-man-friend (Stylosanthes viscosa) man back (Desmodium incanum) blood...
- organic matter. Species that predominate include Mayan breadnut (Brosimum alicastrum), sapodilla (Manilkara zapota), rosadillo (Celtis monoica), Bursera simaruba...
- as animal feed and to extract a po****r edible oil. Breadnut (Brosimum alicastrum), used by the ancient Maya peoples as animal fodder, and as an alternative...
- flour or oil. Domesticated plants and animals of Austronesia Brosimum alicastrum, another plant also commonly known as "breadnut". Ragone, Diane (April...
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