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  • Adamafio, N.A. Theobromine toxicity and remediation of cocoa by-products: An overview. Journal of Biological Sciences, 13 (7), pp. 570-576, 2013.

  • Zzaman, W.; Yang, T.A. Effect of Superheated Steam and Convection Roasting on Changes in Physical Properties of Cocoa Bean (Theobroma cacao). Food science and technology research; vol. 19 (2); p. 181-186, 2013.

  • Useche, P., Blare, T. Traditional vs. modern production systems: Price and nonmarket considerations of cacao producers in Northern Ecuador. Ecological Economics, vol. 93, p. 1-10, 2013.

  • Turcotte, A.-M., Scott, P.M., Tague, B. Analysis of cocoa products for ochratoxin A and aflatoxins. Mycotoxin Research, pp. 1-9. Article in Press, 2013.

  • Ten Hoopen, G.M., Deberdt, P., Mbenoum M., Cilas, C. Modelling cacao pod growth: implications for disease control. Annals Applied Biology, vol. 160 (3), p. 260-272, 2012.

  • Suárez, G.M.; Florido, B.R.; Soto, C.F.; Caballero, N.A. Base for the agroecological zoning of the cocoa (Theobroma cocoa, Lin) for half the approach of experts. Cultivos Tropicales; vol. 34 (2); p. 30-37, 2013.

  • Somarriba, E., Cerda, R., Orozco, L., Cifuentes, M., Dávila, H., Espin, T., Mavisoy, H., Ávila, G., Alvarado, E., Poveda, V., Astorga, C., Say, E., Deheuvels, O. Carbon stocks and cocoa yields in agroforestry systems of Central America. Agriculture, Ecosystems Environment, vol. 173, p. 46-57, 2013.

  • Salim, M.A. The Time Variation of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Inoculation in Simultaneous Saccharification and Fermentation of Cocoa (Theobroma Cacao L.) Pod for Bioethanol Production. J. Asian Scientific Research, vol. 3 (3), p. 268-274.

  • Salajegheh, D.; Vaziri, A.; Bastani, D. Supercritical extraction of cocoa butter from cocoa seed, using pure carbon dioxide, carbon dioxide with ethanol as co-solvent and ethane. Middle East Journal Scientific Research, vol. 13 (8), p. 1010-1015, 2013.

  • Rizali, A., Clough, Y., Buchori, D., Tscharntke, T. Dissimilarity of ant communities increases with precipitation, but not reduced land-use intensity, in Indonesian cacao agroforestry. Diversity, vol. 5 (1), p. 26-38, 2013.

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