The Pineapple 2nd EditionThe Pineapple 2nd Edition



The Pineapple, 2nd Edition: Botany, Production and Uses 5 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 2. Pre-Columbian Importance and Distribution, and Early Post-contact Diffusion On ...

Author: Garth M Sanewski

Publisher: CABI

ISBN: 9781786393302

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Page: 353

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Completely updated with new content and full-colour figures throughout, the second edition of this successful book continues to provide a comprehensive coverage of pineapple breeding, production and yield. Pineapple is an increasingly important crop and demand for fresh pineapple is steadily growing; stakeholders in the value chain are worldwide. The Pineapple: Botany, Production and Uses provides essential coverage from botany through to postharvest handling and provides the technical information required by all those working with the crop. The second edition: - Contains new chapters on organic production and production for other uses (fibre and ornamentals). - Includes major updates to content on taxonomy, biotechnology, cultural systems, nutrition, varieties and genetic improvement. - Explores physiological changes associated with the year-round growing of pineapple in addition to the associated cultural practices and mineral nutrition. - Considers the impacts of climate change and environmental issues on pineapple crops, and relevant mitigation strategies. - Looks at the effects of new cultivars and technologies on cultural practices and plant nutrition. Written by an international team of experts, this book is an essential resource for researchers, growers and all those involved in the pineapple industry.

The PineappleThe Pineapple



26 'The Pineapple Canning Industry' 4'). 27 James joyce, Finnegans I'Vake (ist edn 1939; citation from the Penguin cdn 2000) 170. 28 E. (It Auchter, ...

Author: Francesca Beauman

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781446444689

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Page: 336

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This enchanting, juicy history takes us from the pineapple's origins in the Amazon rainforests to its first tasting by Columbus in Guadeloupe and its starring role on the royal dinner tables of Europe. In the eighteenth-century this spectacular fruit reigned supreme: despite the fact that, at first, to cultivate just one cost the same as a new coach, every great house soon boasted its own steaming pits filled with hundreds upon hundreds of pineapple plants. As the Prada handbag of its day, a real-life, homegrown pineapple was a powerful status symbol, so much so that at first, it was extremely unusual actually to eat the fruit. The image appeared on gateposts, on teapots, furniture and wallpaper. A new phase opened when growers in the Caribbean began supplying pineapples in the 1840s and later the first canning factory was built in Hawaii. As the story rolls on, through the heyday of pineapple chunks and cocktails, right up to the fashions of today,it touches on pineapples and sex, pineapples and empire, pineapples in art. Why is the pineapple so special? In one surprising sense it is indeed ideal. Made up of hundreds of separate fruitlets, its spirals embody the gradations of the Golden Mean - it is mathematically perfect. But it is more than that - for years a focus of traveller's tales, it is a treasure of sight and scent and taste. Packed with fascinating illustrations, this delicious book sees Fran Beauman explore the life and lore of the king of fruits: scholarly, witty and fun, it is a true hamper of delights.

The Pineapple RepublicThe Pineapple Republic



The Pineapple Republic The Stiletto www.jacktreby.com Copyright © Jack Treby 2013 Published by Carter & Allan Also by Jack Treby.

Author: Jack Treby

Publisher: Carter & Allan

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Page: 232

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Democracy is coming to the Central American Republic of San Doloroso. But it won't be staying long... The year is 1990. Ace reporter Daniel Parr has been injured in a freak surfing accident, just as the provisional government of San Doloroso has announced the country's first democratic elections. The Daily Herald needs a man on the spot and in desperation they turn to Patrick Malone, a feckless junior reporter who just happens to speak a few words of Spanish. Dispatched to Central America to get the inside story, our Man in Toronja finds himself at the mercy of a corrupt and brutal administration that is determined to win the election at any cost... ***** Keywords: action, action adventure, action thriller, pineapple, the republic, thriller, banana republic, pineapple republic, satire, political satire, comedy, graham greene, greene, greeneland, our man in havana, the comedians, black comedy, dark comedy, political comedy, satirical, satirical comedy, comedy thriller, haiti, latin america, latino, latin american, latina, election, elections, sham elections, bogus election, bogus elections, election thriller, election fiction, satirical fiction, englishman abroad, englishman hero, englishman, journalist fiction, journalist hero, rigged election, rigged elections, political assassination, political fiction, idiot narrator, naïve englishman, bumbling englishman, central america, san doloroso, comedy of errors, the third man, junta, el presidente, presidente, la presidenta, puppet leader, puppet government, puppet president, puppet presidente, clueless narrator, clueless journalist, corrupt politician, corrupt politicians, corrupt police, political satire, police corruption, democracy, democracy fiction, subversion of democracy, democratic, voter fraud, fraudulent election, fraudulent elections, fun novel, light novel, comic novel, comic fiction, comic thriller, comic action, comic action adventure, banana republican, banana republic fiction, banana republic novel, bananas, bumbling narrator, central american, comedy fiction, comedy thriller, dark comedy thriller, democracy fiction, flawed englishman, papa doc, baby doc, papa doc duvalier, baby doc duvalier, francois duvalier, dictator, dictator fiction, dictator comedy, dictator thriller, dictatorship, dictatorship fiction, fictional country, fictional latin american country, fictional american country, fictional latino. fictional nation, voter fiction, bribery and corruption, scoop, evelyn waugh, satirical thriller

Mr Montague and the PineappleMr Montague and the Pineapple



“And the pineapple.” Cecil hadn't realized what a lucky find it had been at the time, but he was beginning to think climbing into the refuse pile after the ...

Author: Adella J. Harris

Publisher: Adella J. Harris

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Page: 312

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Print-maker Peter Marsham can’t believe he owns a house of his own on Campion Square, and all from the sale of his artwork. Youngest son of an earl Cecil Montague has been banished to a boarding house on Campion Square by his father. They meet when Peter finds Cecil digging through a rubbish heap to rescue the remains of a pineapple, thinking he’s in need of help, and ends up offering to let Cecil attempt to grow the pineapple in his spare room. Just as Peter and Cecil are beginning to sort out their feelings for each other, a series of thefts are reported in the square, and Cecil becomes a suspect. Now they must find a way to clear Cecil while keeping their secrets. a gay - M/M romance set in Regency England approx 80,000 words print version 312 pages Follow the residents of Campion Square as they find love in Regency London.

On the Pineapple ExpressOn the Pineapple Express



H.L. Wegley. 17 18 192021222324252627282930 31 Epilogue How to help fight human trafficking Thanks ON THE PINEAPPLE EXPRESS H. L. Wegley.

Author: H.L. Wegley

Publisher: Pelican Ventures Book Group

ISBN: 9781611162967

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Page: 280

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In one of the most beautiful places on earth, the ugliest of crimes holds young, innocent lives in its evil grip. An intercepted cell-phone call from a remote area on the Olympic Peninsula tells beautiful, brilliant NSA researcher, Jennifer Akihara, that a group of girls will soon be sold into slavery by human traffickers. She enlists her fiance, Lee Brandt, to help find the holding location and convince the FBI to intervene. With the clock ticking off the last few hours before both the sale of the girls and the arrival of a deadly storm, and with international criminals pursuing them, can Jennifer and Lee save the girls, or will their wedding plans be cancelled ... permanently?

The Pineapple Dance BookThe Pineapple Dance Book



So , four years after we opened in Covent Garden , there is already a second PineapplePineapple West - close to the heart of the West End . The large ...

Author: Debbie Moore

Publisher: Putnam Publishing Group

ISBN: 0933328923

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Page: 157

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Spotlights five of the Pineapple Dance Studio's dance techniques and presents step-by-step photographs for complete exercise routines

Influence of Smoke and Ethylene on the Fruiting of the Pineapple Ananas Sativus Shult Influence of Smoke and Ethylene on the Fruiting of the Pineapple Ananas Sativus Shult



IVYLUENCE OF SHOKU AND ETHYLENE ON THE FRUIT ING OF THE PINEAPPLE ( ANANUS SATIVUS SHULT . ) The pineapple is one of the principal export crops of Puerto ...

Author: Antonio Rodríguez Geígel

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924001679285

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Page: 58

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Studies on the Control of the Pineapple Disease of Sugar Cane Caused by Ceratostemella Paradoxa de Seynes DadeStudies on the Control of the Pineapple Disease of Sugar Cane Caused by Ceratostemella Paradoxa de Seynes Dade



Mycelium and sporophores of the pineapple disease fungus. Qerato stomella paradoxa, showing the method of producing macrospores (A) end microspores (B).

Author: Chester A. Wismer

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ISBN: MINN:31951001913460N

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Page: 78

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The PineappleThe Pineapple



authors include international authorities from around the worldonly complete up to date publication on pineappleAimed at researchers and professional horticulturists, this comprehensive reference book on pineapple covers all topics from ...

Author: D. P. Bartholomew

Publisher: CABI

ISBN: 0851999794

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Page: 320

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authors include international authorities from around the worldonly complete up to date publication on pineappleAimed at researchers and professional horticulturists, this comprehensive reference book on pineapple covers all topics from botany and taxonomy to genetics, breeding, production, disease and postharvest techniques. There is currently no single up-to-date volume on the pineapple and this book fills that gap.The contents include: history, distribution and world production; botany; breeding, genetic engineering, selection and cultivars; crop environment, temperature, water and light; propagation; cultural systems; flowering and fruit development; and pests, disease and weeds. The book will be of interest to those working in horticulture and tropical fruit growers.

Pineapple CulturePineapple Culture



3 native culture That the pineapple is indigenous to the "New World" is nearly certain,4 but the place of the plant's nativity and the date of its ...

Author: Gary Y. Okihiro

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520942957

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Page: 272

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Plucked from tropical America, the pineapple was brought to European tables and hothouses before it was conveyed back to the tropics, where it came to dominate U.S. and world markets. Pineapple Culture is a dazzling history of the world's tropical and temperate zones told through the pineapple's illustrative career. Following Gary Y. Okihiro's enthusiastically received Island World: A History of Hawai`i and the United States, Pineapple Culture continues to upend conventional ideas about history, space, and time with its provocative vision. At the center of the story is the thoroughly modern tale of Dole's "Hawaiian" pineapple, which, from its island periphery, infiltrated the white, middle-class homes of the continental United States. The transit of the pineapple brilliantly illuminates the history and geography of empires—their creations and accumulations; the circuits of knowledge, capital, labor, goods, and the cultures that characterize them; and their assumed power to name, classify, and rule over alien lands, peoples, and resources.

Handbook of Pineapple TechnologyHandbook of Pineapple Technology



Krauss, B.H. (1949) Anatomy of the vegetative organs of the pineapple, Ananas comosus (L.) Merr. II. The leaf. Botanical Gazette 110, 333–404.

Author: Maria Gloria Lobo

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118967362

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Page: 272

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Pineapple is the third most important tropical fruit in the world, with production occurring throughout the tropics. The demand for low acid fresh pineapples and its processed products is one of the fastest growing markets, especially in Europe and North America. This book provides an in depth and contemporary coverage of knowledge and practices in the value chain of this popular fruit, from production through to consumption. The chapters explore all the most recent developments in areas such as breeding, novel processing technologies, postharvest physiology and storage, packaging, nutritional quality and safety aspects. An outstanding team of authors from across the globe have contributed to make this the definitive pineapple handbook. Handbook of Pineapple Technology: Production, Postharvest Science, Processing and Nutrition is the ultimate guide for scientists in the food industries specializing in fruit processing, packaging and manufacturing. It is also a useful resource for educators and students of food technology and food sciences as well as research centers and regulatory agencies around the world.

Genetics and Genomics of PineappleGenetics and Genomics of Pineapple



1 The Pineapple Success Story: From Domestication to Pantropical Diffusion . ... Marie-France Duval, and Freddy Leal 2 Biology of the Pineapple Plant.

Author: Ray Ming

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030006143

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Page: 281

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This book is the first comprehensive volume on the genetics and genomics of pineapple and provides an overview of the current state of pineapple research. Pineapple [Ananas comosus (L.) Merr.] is the second most important tropical fruit after banana in term of international trade. Its features are advantageous for genomic research: it has a small genome of 527 Mb which is diploid and vegetatively propagated; it is monocot, closely related to the grass family that includes major cereal crops, wheat, rice, corn, sorghum, and millet; and it serves as an out group for genetic and genomic research in grasses. In addition to exploring the evolution and improvement of pineapple, this work examines the pineapple genome with respect to genome structure and organization, comparative analyses with other angiosperm genomes, transcription factors, disease resistance, and circadian clock regulation of CAM related genes. With chapters covering botanical, genetic, genomic, and applied aspects of pineapple, this text also encourages the application of genomic technologies and suggests future prospects.