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Coffea

Homeopathy
A minor homeopathic remedy produced from Coffea arabica, which is used for mental hyperactivity resulting in insomnia and fatigue; it is also used to treat increased pain sensitivity in toothaches or childbirth.
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None of the caffeine-producing Coffea species are considered weedy, so at least with respect to this alkaloid there are no "crop-wild-weed complexes".
Inoculacion de Coffea canephora (Pierre) ex Froehner con Rhizophagus intraradices (Schenck et Sm.) Walker et Schuessler y Azospirillum brasilense Tarrand, Krieg et Dobereiner en vivero.
Com relacao as analises multivariadas, a analise de agrupamento revelou a formacao de alguns grupos floristicos bem definidos (Figura 2), com destaque principal para um grupo de dez parcelas (P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, P7, P8, P17, P24 e P25), nas quais as especies de maior peso para formacao deste grupo foram Coffea arabica, Artocarpus heterophyllus, Myrciaria glazioviana e Cupania oblongifolia.
En este estudio se analizaron 34 marcas de cafes comerciales de Panama, los cuales son de la especie Coffea arabica (variedades geisha, pacamara y muestras sin identificar la variedad).
Heredia y Arias (2008) indican que los cafetales de altura, con policultivo o arboles de sombra, albergan mas diversidad de HMA que los bosques nativos, reportando hasta 79 especies de HMA en plantaciones de Coffea arabica en Veracruz, Mexico; en donde el tipo de manejo afecta fuertemente a las comunidades de HMA (Posada, Sanchez de Prager, Heredi, & Sieverding, 2016).
Coffea arabica originates from what is now Ethiopia, whereas the robusta bean comes from Indonesia and can be cultivated even at heights of between 200 and 600 metres above sea level.
Schwan, "Succession of bacterial and fungal communities during natural coffee (Coffea arabica) fermentation," Food Microbiology, vol.
Efectos de la altitud sobre la calidad del cafe torrefactado (Coffea arabica L.