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  • 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).

  • 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.

  • Asare, R. Learning about neighbor trees in coocao growing systems. A manual for farmer trainers. WCF and STCP. Danish Centre for Forest, Landscape and Planning, KVL Series No. 4-2006. Farmer Training Manual

  • Ashwini, K. M.; Sridhar, K. R. Seasonal abundance and activity of pill millipedes ( Arthrosphaera magna ) in mixed plantation and semi-evergreen forest of southern India. Acta Oecologica, vol. 29, p.27-32. 2005. Cacao in mixed forest

  • Harvey, C. A.;Gonzalez, J.; Somarriba, E.Dung beetle and terrestrial mammal diversity in forests, indigenous agroforestry systems and plantain monocultures in Talamanca, Costa Rica. Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 15, p. 555-585. 2006.

  • Faria, D.; Laps, R.R.; Baumgarten, J.; Cetra, M.Bat and bird assemblages from forests and shade cacao plantations in two contrasting landscapes in the Atlantic Forest of southern Bahia, Brazil. Biodiversity&Conservation, vol. 15, p. 587-612. 2006.

  • Nielsen, D. S.; Honholt, S.; Tano-Debrah, K.; Jespersen, L Yeast populations associated with Ghanaian cocoa fermentations analysed using denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE ). Vol. 22, p. 271-284, 2005.

  • Bailey, B. A.; Strem, M. D.; Bae, H. H.; Mayolo, G. A.; Guiltinan, M. J.Gene expression in leaves of Theobroma cacao in response to mechanical wounding, ethylene, and/or methyl jasmonate. Plant Science vol. 168, p. 1247-1258. 2005.

  • Silva, C.R. Sousa; Figueira, A . Phylogenetic analysis of Theobroma (Sterculiaceae) based on Kunitz-like trypsin inhibitor sequences. Plant Systematics and Evolution.Vol. 250 (issue 1-2), P. 93-104. 2005. Phylogenetic relationships among Theobroma and Herrania species.

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