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Theobroma cacao

Theobroma cacao

Theobroma cacao

The Jaguar Tree (Theobroma bicolor Bonpl.)

The Domestication and Distribution of Theobroma cacao L. in the Neotropics

Localization and Identification of Phenolic Compounds in Theobroma cacao L. Somatic Embryogenesis

Desiccation tolerance of recalcitrant Theobroma cacao embryonic axes: the optimal drying rate and its physiological basis

Making a chocolate chip: development and evaluation of a 6K SNP array for Theobroma cacao

Molecular, physiological and morphological analysis of waterlogging tolerance in clonal genotypes of Theobroma cacao L.

Deciphering the Theobroma cacao self-incompatibility system: from genomics to diagnostic markers for self-compatibility

Genetic Diversity and Structure of Managed and Semi-natural Populations of Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) in the Huallaga and Ucayali Valleys of Peru

The beneficial endophyte Trichoderma hamatum isolate DIS 219b promotes growth and delays the onset of the drought response in Theobroma cacao

Dispersion Models and Sampling of Cacao Mirid Bug Sahlbergella singularis (Hemiptera: Miridae) on Theobroma Cacao in Southern Cameroon

Two Theobroma cacao genotypes with contrasting pathogen tolerance show aberrant transcriptional and ROS responses after salicylic acid treatment

Complete Plastid Genome Sequences of Three Rosids (Castanea, Prunus, Theobroma): Evidence for At Least Two Independent Transfers of rpl22 to the Nucleus

Fermentation of cacao (Theobroma cacao L.) seeds with a hybrid Kluyveromyces marxianus strain improved product quality attributes

Discovery and mapping of a new expressed sequence tag-single nucleotide polymorphism and simple sequence repeat panel for large-scale genetic studies and breeding of Theobroma cacao L.


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(family Sterculiaceae)

A genus of understorey trees, all of restricted natural range, in which the flowers are cauliflorous and ramiflorous, and pentamerous. The fruit is a large drupe, the seeds numerous, and surrounded by pulp derived from the integuments. Cocoa comes from T. cacao. There are 20 species, occurring in the rain forests of western S. America.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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