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  • Arlorio, M.; Coisson, J.D.; Travaglia, F.; Varsaldi, F.; Miglio, G.; Lombardi, G.; Martelli, A. Antioxidant and biological activity of phenolic pigments from Theobroma cacao hulls extracted with supercritical CO2 . Food research international vol. 38, p. 1009-1014. 2005.

  • Osman, H.; Nasarudin, R.; Lee, S.L Extracts of cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) leaves and their antioxidation potential. Food chemistry vol. 86, p. 41-46. 2004.

  • Lachenaud, Ph.; Oliver, G. Variability and selection for morphological bean traits in wild cocoa trees (Theobroma cacao L.) from French Guiana . Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, vol. 52, p. 225-231. 2005.

  • Leiter, J.; Harding, S.Trinidad, Brazil, and Ghana: three melting moments in the history of cocoa. Jour. Rural Studies, vol. 20 p. 113-110. Three-time decline of cocoa production

  • Thevenin, J. -M.; Umaharan, R.; Surujdeo-Maharaj; Latchman, B.; Cilas, C.; Butler, D.R. Relationships between black pod and witches’ broom in Theobroma cacao. Phytopathology 95:1301-1307. 2005. Resistance of cacao in the field

  • Edwin , J.; Masters, W. A.Genetic improvement and cocoa yields in Ghana. Experimental Agriculture, vol. 41, p. 491-503. 2005. Breeding and use of fertilizer.

  • Maximova, S.N.; Marelli, J.-P.; Young, A.; Pishak, S.; Verica, J.A.; Guiltinan, M.J. Over-expression of a cacao class I chitinase in Theobroma cacao L. enhances resistance against the pathogen, Colletotrichum gloeosporiodes. Planta vol. 223, No.2 2005 ISSN:0032-0935.

  • Schroeter, H.; Heiss, C.; Balzar, J.; Kleinbongard, P.; Keen, C.L.; Hollenberg, N.K.; Slies, H.; Kwik-Uribe, C.; Schmitz, H.H.; Kelm, M. (–)-Epicatechin mediates beneficial effects of flavanol-rich cocoa on vascular function in humans. Proceedings Nat. Acad. Sci., vol. 103, p. 1024-1029. 2006.

  • Paciencia, Mateus Luis Barradas,; Prado, Jefferson.Effects of forest fragmentation on pteridophyte diversity in a tropical rain forest in Brazil. Plant Ecology, vol. 180, p 87-104. Forest fragmentation and pteridophyte communities of the Una region of Bahia, Brazil.

  • Bliss, R.M. Plant compounds inhibit blood clotting. Agricultural Research Magazine. January 2006. Natural compounds in pepper, wolfberry and cocoa inhibit blood platelet stickiness.

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