Brazilian Fruits & Cultivated Exotics ( for consuming in natura); 2006; [Harri Lorenzi; Luis Bacher; Marco Lacerda; Sergio Sartori]

ISBN: 85-86714-24-0.

Harri Lorenzi; Luis Bacher; Marco Lacerda; Sergio Sartori
2006

Characteristics:
– Size 15.5 x 22.3 cm;
– Hard cover, printed in full colors;
– 389 species with two pictures per page;
– 438 cultivars and natural forms, with two pictures per page, totaling 827 types of fruits;
– 627 pages and 1,214 color pictures;
– Totally printed in 115 g gloss couche paper;
– Approximate weight: 1.8 kg.

Sinopse
This book is about the “fruits”, or the fruits and pseudofruits, which are consumed in natura by man, whole or in parts (skin, pulp or seed), even though they can be consumed with physical/chemical type of preparation.

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