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By Peter Rudolf Seidl, Otto Richard Gottlieb, Maria Auxiliadora Coelho Kaplan

content material: Amazon biodiversity: a renewable common source? / Peter Rudolf Seidl --
average items as medicinal and organic brokers : potentiating the assets of the rain wooded area / Geoffrey A. Cordell --
fiscal vegetation of the Amazon : their commercial improvement in safeguard of the woodland / Benjamin Gilbert --
Agroforestry suggestions for relieving soil chemical constraints to nutrition and fiber construction within the Brazilian Amazon / Erick C.M. Fernandes and João Carlos de Souza Matos --
Secondary compound accumulation in plants-the software of plant biotechnology to plant development : a proposed method for natural-product study in Brazil / Marcia Pletsch, Antônio Euzébio G. Sant'Ana, and Barry Victor Charlwood --
The promise of plant-derived common items for the improvement of latest prescribed drugs and agrochemicals / James D. McChesney --
Poisons and anti-poisons from the Amazon wooded area / Walter B. Mors --
Biologically energetic neolignans from Amazonian bushes / Massayoshi Yoshida --
Proteins from Amazonia : reviews and views for his or her examine / Lauro Morhy --
Terpenoids from Amazonian Icacinaceae / Alaide Braga de Oliveira --
Chemical reports of Myristicaceae species of the Colombian Amazon / Juan C. Martinez V. and Luis E. Cuca S. --
Plant chemistry of Amazonia in an ecological context / Klaus Kubitzki --
Lignans : variety, biosynthesis, and serve as / Norman G. Lewis, Massuo J. Kato, Norberto Lopes, and Laurence B. Davin --
The chemistry of Amazonian Myristicaceae : developmental, ecological, and pharmacological features / Massuo J. Kato --
Amazonia as opposed to Australia : geographically far-off, chemically shut / Maria Auxiliadora Coelho Kaplan --
Chemodiversity of angiosperms : range- and herbaceousness-conditioned gradients / Maria Renata de M.B. Borin and Otto R. Gottlieb --
Future-oriented mapping of biodiversity in Amazonia / Otto R. Gottlieb --
Advances in Amazonian biogeochemistry / K.O. Konhauser, W.S. Fyfe, W. Zang, M.I. poultry, and B.I. Kronberg --
The chemistry of headwater streams within the Rio das Mortes process and its impact at the constitution of the biotic neighborhood / Charles W. Heckman --
The chemistry of atmospheric aerosol debris within the Amazon Basin / Paulo Artaxo, Fábio Gerab, Márcia A. Yamasoe, and José V. Martins --
The "Garimpo" challenge within the Amazon sector / Alexandre Pessoa, Gildo Sá Albuquerque, and Maria Laura Barreto --
Mineral extraction within the Amazon and the surroundings : the mercury challenge / Roberto C. Villas Bôas.

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FERNANDES & DE SOUZA MATOS Alleviating Soil Chemical Constraints Agroforestry refers to a range of land use systems in which trees are managed together with crops and/or pastures. The trees may be present on a given land unit at the same time as crops or pastures (zonal agroforestry) or may be rotated with the herbaceous species (rotational agroforestry). Traditional agroforestry systems have played a significant role in sustaining populations in a variety of tropical soil and climate conditions (/).

C) Peach palm. TABLE Π. Principal Biomass Sources for Animal Feeds Source Raw Material Characteristics Use Palm & other fruit pulp fibre Cellulose (after steam-explosion) Ruminants Babaçu & Brazil-nut oil-cake Oil, starch & protein All rations Bacaba & patauã pulp Oil, carbohydrate, high protein All rations Palm nuts^ High mannose content Not determined Babaçu & pupunha mesocarp Starch, protein and oil All rations Palm pith Starch All rations Non-toxic wood residues^ Cellulose (after steam explosion) Ruminants Animas & herbaceous high protein plants, planted or wild Cellulose, protein Ruminants 1 3 (1) Brazil-nut oil cake could be developed for human consumption.

For example, Cecropia spp. have been reported to accumulate Ca and Ρ on acid soils (32). , Goupia glabra, Belinda grosulariodes, Dipteryx odorata, and Zanthoxylum procerum (33). ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1995. ch004 accumulating species, the time to recover soil productivity could be significantly reduced. Fallows with Economically Valuable Species. The inclusion of species with economically valuable products (flowers, fruits, homeopathic medicines, essences, resins) provides an economic return to tide farmers over until the fallows biological, ecological, and site rehabilitation potential has been realized.

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