4 edition of Classification, origin, diffusion, and history of the olive found in the catalog.
Classification, origin, diffusion, and history of the olive
by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 45-51).
|Statement||by Giorgio Bartolini and Raffaella Petruccelli ; technical editor, H.D. Tindall ; technical and scientific coordinator, U.G. Menini.|
|Contributions||Petruccelli, Raffaella., Tindall, H. D., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.|
|LC Classifications||SB367 .B375 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||2003442494|
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Publication date Book from the collections of unknown library. Full text of "Classification, origin, diffusion and history of origin olive" See other formats Classification, origin, difiusion and history and history of the olive book the olive Classification, origin, diffusion and history of the olive by- Giorgio Bartolini and RafFaella Petruccelli stituco sulla I’ropagazlonc dcllc Specie del Cionsiglio N'azionalc delle Ricerclie (CiNR) Seandieci.
: Classification, Origin, Diffusion and History of the Olive (): Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: Books. The olive, known by the botanical name Olea europaea, meaning "European olive", is a species of small tree in the family Oleaceae, found in traditionally in the Mediterranean species is cultivated in all the countries of the Mediterranean, as well as in South America, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the United States.
Olea europaea is the type species for the genus : Oleaceae. The olive was native to Asia Minor and spread from Iran, Syria and Palestine to the rest of the Mediterranean basin 6, years ago.
It is among the oldest known cultivated trees in the world - being grown before the written language was invented. It was being grown on Crete by 3, BC and may have been the source of the wealth of the Minoan kingdom. The olive: origin and classification.
This chapter discusses the origin and classification of olive. Tabulated data summarizing the current stage of olive cultivation in non-Mediterranean areas and the botanical species of olive grown throughout the various continents.
The Russian Olive or Oleaster The Russian Olive is not used to make olives or olive oil. Elaeagnus Angustifolia is only remotely related to the olive tree. They share the same class, Magnoliopsida (Dicotyledons) but different order, species, etc.
There is evidence of cross-reactivity between olive, ash, privet, and Russian olive tree pollen. Introduction Portuguese Olive Cultivars. Olive trees (Olea europaea) have been cultivated for thousands of years in the Mediterranean area (Leitão et al., ; Zamora et al., ; Bartolini and Petruccelli, ).Although the cultivation of olive tree has been extended to many other regions of the world, olive fruits remain a typical Mediterranean crop, where they play an Cited by: 4.
Olive oil is one of the most reputative traditional foods in the world. Indeed, the cultivation of olives to produce olive oil has deep roots in the history of the Mediterranean region. Worldwide olive oil production was about million tons inthe majority of them (87% in ) in Mediterranean countries (IOC Production data, year Jamestown was established as the first permanent English settlement in North America in A majority of the settlers came and represented a diversity of social-class backgrounds.
The the diffusion of the English dialect is dispersed because of the independent and isolated colonies in the 17th century. Book. The Enquiry into Plants is in Hort's parallel text a book of some pages of original Greek, consisting of aboutwords. It was originally organised into ten books, of which nine survive, though it is possible the surviving text represents all the material, rearranged into nine books rather than the original ten.
Along with his other surviving botanical work, On the Causes of Author: Theophrastus. Caliche: Origin, Classification, Morphology and Uses [C. Reeves Jr.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Caliche: Origin, Classification Author: C.
Reeves Jr. The "olive oil" data set (Forina et al., ) Table 4 shows the ARI values obtained for the three best ranked solutions with respect to the true classification in the 9 regions. THE SYMBOLISM OF GARDEN AND ORCHARD PLANTS AND THEIR REPRESENTATION IN PAINTINGS (I) the olive tree branch s Bartolini, G., Petruccelli, R.
The Olive Tree A dictionary of the Bible, ed. by W. Smith. [With] Appendix The Bible Cyclopedia Classification, Origin, Diffusion and History of the Olive Desert Olive Oil Cultivation: Advanced Bio Technologies Olive Oil: Minor Constituents and Health The plants of the Bible, trees and shrubs.
Basil is called by many names like sweet basil or even Thai basil, but all of its common names refer to the herb's botanical name, Ocimum basilicum. Basil is a member of the large mint family, or Lamiaceae family, along with other culinary herbs like rosemary, sage, and even lavender.
It is believed that basil has origins in India, but the herb has been cultivated for over 5, with its reach Author: Peggy Trowbridge Filippone. 4) As the “wild olive” is a common plant in the Near East/Asia it might be possible to find good word matches in other medieval manuscripts.
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truly independent discoveries. Evidence of diffusion in the history of agricultural technology includes irrigation technology from Mesopotamia, silkworm technology from China, and horse technology from Central Asia.
In the Mid-East, the change from scavenging, collecting, and hunting to agriculture thatFile Size: 5MB. The Mediterranean race (also Mediterranid race) is one of the multiple sub-races of the Caucasian race as categorised and once used by many anthropologists in the late 19th to midth centuries.
It is now obsolete and discredited. According to various definitions, it was said to be prevalent in the Mediterranean Basin and areas near the Mediterranean, especially in Southern Europe, North. The olive was first domesticated in the Eastern Mediterranean between 8, and 6, years ago, according to new research.
The findings, published today (Feb. 5) in the journal Proceedings of the. The Olive Tree A dictionary of the Bible, ed. by W. Smith. [With] Appendix The Bible Cyclopedia Classification, Origin, Diffusion and History of the Olive Desert Olive Oil Cultivation: Advanced Bio Technologies Olive Oil: Minor Constituents and Health The plants of the Bible, trees and shrubs.The origin of species: a digital edition of the London Origin of Species / by Charles Darwin ; Adam M.
Goldstein, editor. New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1 fig., xxxii + pp. Computer data (1 file: 6, bytes). Represents a printed book; suitable for download, printing.
Includes editor’s introduction, Size: 6MB.