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Who is Pituca?
Pituca is an athlete, football player.
- born on (37 years ago) in São Luís
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by James A. Duke
“Pituca”, “Papa china”. Cultivated. Roots eaten as a substitute for cassava and potato. The leaves are rinsed in boiling water and eaten as a vegetable. (Fig. 73) Commelina erecta L. Commelinaceae. “Lancetilla blanca”. Cultivated ornamental . Copaiferapaupera (Herzog) Dwyer. Fabaceae. “Copaiba”. Wood used for lumber; parquets, construction, and to make decorative plaques. Oil used as liniment. Copaifera reticulata Ducke. Fabaceae. “Copaiba”, “Copal”. On Rio Solimoes, resin ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms. Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
tania Peru: malanga, mairino, mangara, mangareto, pituca, taiazes, taro, yautia , yantia Brazil: taioba Japan: taro-imo, yabane-imo Okinawa: seiban-imo X. violaceum Schott English: blue tannia, blue taro Peru: daledale Brazil: taioba Xanthostachya Bremek. Acanthaceae Origins: Greek xanthos "yellow" and stachys "spike." Xanthostemon F. Muell. Myrtaceae Origins: Greek xanthos " yellow" and stemon "stamen"; in Hooker's Journal of Botany & Kew Garden Miscellany. 9: 17. 1857.
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Scrabble value of P3I1T1U1C3A1
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