O QUE SIGNIFICA ABÁCĂ EM ROMENO
definição de abácă no dicionário romeno
Abaku f. Archit. Uma placa de pedra colocada no topo da cabeça da coluna, que suporta o architrave. ABÁCĂ ~ce f. arhit. Placă de piatră așezată de partea superioară a capitelului unei coloane, care susține arhitrava.
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SINÔNIMOS DE «ABÁCĂ» EM ROMENO
As seguintes palavras no dicionário romeno têm um significado semelhante ou idêntico a «abácă» e pertencem à mesma categoria gramatical.
sinônimos em romeno de abácă
10 LIVROS EM ROMENO RELACIONADOS COM «ABÁCĂ»
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Banana Diseases: Including Plantains and Abaca
Botany and Cultivation.
Claude Wilson Wardlaw, 1972
ABACA Flows Over Niagara Falls: An Illustrated History
Presents the history of the Niagara Falls Region, from the beginning of the Falls over twelve thousand years ago to the fresh produce that is grown in the area today.
Case Studies in Ecotourism - Pagina 48
Abaca Village and Recreation Park is located within Koroyanitu National Park, 16 km south of Lautoka on Fiji's main island of Viti Levu. Koroyanitu National Park is 250 km2 in area and contains Fiji's only unlogged tropical montane forest.
The Origins of Banana-fibre Cloth in the Ryukyus, Japan - Pagina 172
As a consequence of the abaca boom, the production of abaca cloth by female native weavers, for both personal use and trade, had developed to an unusual degree in Davao during the years between the two world wars (Quizon 2000, ...
The Springer Index of Viruses - Pagina 956
Epub 29 Nov 2006 Abaca bunchy top virus DNA-R Abaca bunchy top virus Banana 1,099 EF546813 Sharman M, Thomas JE, Skabo S, Holton TA (2008) Arch Virol 153 (1):135–147 Abaca bunchy top virus DNA-U3 Abaca bunchy top virus ...
Christian Tidona, Gholamreza Darai, 2011
Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia, from Angkor Wat ...
ABACA (MANILA HEMP) Abaca is the name given to the fiber of the plant botanically known as Musa textilis, a member of the Musa genus (to which the banana tree also belongs). Technically, the name Manila hemp is incorrect because, ...
A Weaver's Garden: Growing Plants for Natural Dyes and Fibers
Native to the Philippines and Malaysia, abaca (Musa textilis) is a tropical plant closely related and similar to the banana. Although it reaches the height of a small tree, its growth form is quite unlike that of a woody plant. Abaca has a false trunk ...
Paper and Composites from Agro-Based Resources - Pagina 224
4.10.1 Abaca The abaca stalk consists of a central stem enclosed by leaf stalks or sheaths. The fiber is obtained from the outer sheaths of the stem by separating the outer layers (called tuxies) with a knife, pulling the layers free and final ...
Roger M. Rowell, Judith Rowell, 1996
Biomass and Bioenergy: Processing and Properties - Pagina 56
Moreover, the heat-treated abaca-reinforced starch based biodegradable resin has also been prepared whose tensile strength has been found to be comparable to glass fiber-reinforced plastics (Takagi 2011). Abaca fibers are also blended ...
Khalid Rehman Hakeem, Mohammad Jawaid, Umer Rashid, 2014
Industrial Crops: Breeding for BioEnergy and Bioproducts - Pagina 273
Although abaca has been an established Philippine industry, it is still plagued with problems. Areas that continue to be addressed are (1) farm productivity and (2) fiber quality. Also among the serious challenges in the Philippine abaca ...
Von Mark V. Cruz, David A. Dierig, 2014