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  • Faleiro, F.G.; Pires, J.L.; Monteiro, W.L.; Lopes, U.V.; Yamada, M.M.; Piedra, A.G.; Moura, A.D.; Arévalo-Gardini, E.; Marques, J.R.B.; Gramacho, K.P.; Gelape Faleiro, A.S Santos, M.C.M.Variability in cacao accessions from the Brazilian, Ecuadorian, and Peruvian Amazons based on molecular markers. (Brazilian Soc. Plant Breeding) Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology Vol. 4, p. 2276-233, 2004.

  • Asare, Richard. Cocoa agroforests in West Africa: a look at activities on preferred trees in the farming systems. Forest &Landscape Working Papers no. 6-2005. This publication is financed by Danida (The Danish International Development Assistance).

  • Kilaru, Aruna; Hasenstein, K.H. Development and pathogenicity of the fungus Crinipellis perniciosa on interaction with cacao leaves. Phytopathology vol. 95, no. 1, p101-107, 2005.

  • Santos, S. R. M. dos; Miranda, I. de S.; Tourinho, M. M.Floristic and structural analysis of agroforestry floodplain systems of the Juba river, Cameta, Para. Analise floristica e estrutural de sistemas agroflorestais das varzeas do rio Juba, Cameta, Para.Universidade Federal Rural da Amazonia, Av. Tancredo Neves s/n, Caixa, Postal 917, CEP 66077-530, Belem, PA, Brazil. Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia (INPA), Manaus, Brazil. Acta Amazonica vol. 34 (2), p.251-263. In Portuguese, English Abstract. The floristic composition and the structure of traditional agroforestry systems in the floodplains of the river Juba in Cameta, Para, Brazil.

  • Rolim, S.G.; Chiarello, A.G.Slow death of Atlantic forest trees in cocoa agroforestry in southeastern Brazil. Biodiversity Conservation. Vol. 13, no. 14, p. 2679-2694, December, 2004.

  • J. L. Pereira, L. C. C. de Almeida and S. M. Santos. Witches’ broom disease of cocoa in Bahia: attempts at eradication and containment. Crop Protection. Vol. 15, No. 8, pp743-752. (1.4 mb),

  • Lopez, C. M. R.; Wetten, A. C.; Wilkinson, M. J . Detection and quantification of in vitro-culture induced chimerism using simple sequence repeat (SSR) analysis in Theobroma cacao (L. ). Theoretical and Applied Genetics, Vol. 110, p.157-166, 2004. (415kb),

  • Saunders, J.A.; Mischke, S.; Leamy, E.A.; Hemeida, A.A. Selection of international molecular standards for DNA fingerprinting of Theobroma Cacao. Theor. Appl. Gen., Vol. 110, pp. 41-47, 2004.

  • Schnell, R.J.; Olano, C.T.; Brown, J.S.; Meerow, A.W.; Cervantes-Martinez, C.; Nagai, C.; Motamayor, JC. Retrospective determination of the parental population of superior cacao (Theobroma cacao L.) seedlings and association of microsatellite alleles with productivity. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. Vol. 130, pp 181-190. 2005.

  • Scarpari, L.M.; Meinhardt, L.W.; Mazzafera , P.; Pomella, A.W.V.; Schiavinato, M.A.; Cascardo, J.C.M.; Pereira, G.A.G. Biochemical changes during the development of witches’ broom: the most important disease of cocoa in Brazil caused by Crinipellis perniciosa. J. Exp. Botany 56: 865 – 877. 2005.

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