He is also the person who has placed this database on the web. The description of the vegetation types is also available at the CITRO web site. botanical and cultural database (the data presented here in an Web interactive form). The list of trees was developed by Nisao Ogata with the consult of Arturo Gómez-Pompa (currently retired from University of California, Currently the Arboles Tropicales Communes del Area Maya is not available as we transform its base system to support web access and easy modifications, Welcome to Arboles Tropicales Comunes del Area Maya database. En esta ocasión, tenemos la pista para crucigrama: Árbol de la América tropical, semejante a la mirística, y cuyo fruto es muy parecido a la nuez moscada. Only a few copies have not found themselves in the hands of botanists, students and interested individuals around the || 2. La solución a este crucigrama es 7 letras largas y comienza con la letra G out-of-print. Fruto de este árbol. such as the Field Museum, contributed images of both living and dead specimens. capulí. var cx = '008272506611582843138:8kxnbu3uczu'; Riverside and active with Centro de Investigaciones Tropicales, also known as CITRO, in Xalapa, Veracruz, México) who had a long-term interest Only a single click on a yellowish Various people (including David Garrido, Andrew Henderson, Hermilo Quero, s.parentNode.insertBefore(gcse, s); It provides the scientific Si descubres alguna de ellas, por favor envíanosla y la agregaremos a nuestra base de datos de pistas y soluciones, así otros podrán beneficiarse de tu investigación. ZeWord ©2016 Todos los derechos reservados. Only the credits module is missing from the web. on the common tropical trees found in the Mayan cultural area of México, Belize, Guatamala and Honduras. «La forma más fácil de resolver crucigramas». He developed the interface with this relational database for the CD-ROM. button or an image will suffice to move you on to a following screen. require a double click on a text entry you choose to do the same. Nosotros proveemos las respuestas más probables para cada pista de un crucigrama. world. The herbarium species were Tenemos 1 posible solución para esta pista en nuestra base de datos. Todas las soluciones para ARBOL AMERICA TROPICAL - Crucigramas. gcse.src = 'https://cse.google.com/cse.js?cx=' + cx; (Del nahua capolli). situación actual del español en América y las diferencias existentes entre las distintas variedades del español americano. and others compiled the information that was shaped into a relational database by Orlay Edward Plummer. The identification aid is now available on the web on the CITRO web site. Sin duda, podría haber otras soluciones para Árbol de la América tropical, semejante a la mirística, y cuyo fruto es muy parecido a la nuez moscada. those not listed as authors. Also there is a Filemaker runtime version of the Por esta razón, el trabajo se estructura en tres bloques. gcse.type = 'text/javascript'; The images illustrating the trees vegetation types commonly used in México and (4) the credits highlighting the various contributors to the project, including gcse.async = true; m. Árbol de América, de la familia de las Rosáceas, que alcanza unos quince metros de altura, especie de cerezo, que da un fruto de gusto y olor agradables. The identification Delta-formatted data were developed by Nisao Ogata, Roberto Castro-Cortés, Araceli Aguilar-Meléndez and others. Encontremos posibles respuestas a esta pista. were processed into their final form primarily by Roberto Castro-Cortés (currently at the Universidad Veracruzana and CITRO). It was primarily financed by a grant from Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO) of México, the in the compilation of such a list. A short user guide is available to the right and below. (function() { development of the tree list and to allow the CD-ROM project to finish. scanned by Roberto Castro-Cortés, Nisao Ogata, Araceli Aguilar-Meléndez as well as others. image-assisted computer-based identification aid using the Online software of Richard Pankhurst, (3) the explanation of the Arturo Gómez-Pompa was instrumental in obtaining further funding from various other sources to begin the A click or a double click will get you through the never-ending intertwining set of data screens. })(); Nosotros proveemos las respuestas más probables para cada pista de un crucigrama. Edmundo Cordoba, Hugo Díaz, Manuel Escamilla, Norma I. Hernández, Leonor Jimenez, René Palestina and Elizabeth Ramírez, among others) and institutions, Sin duda, podría haber otras soluciones para Árbol de la América tropical, semejante a la mirística, y cuyo fruto es muy parecido a la nuez moscada. Arboles Tropicales Comunes del Area Maya has been a popular informational and educational Spanish language CD-ROM on the common tropical trees found in the Mayan cultural area of México, Belize, Guatamala and Honduras. It consists of four modules: (1) an interactive database of botanical and social facts about the trees in the list, (2) an var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; Usando toda la información recolectada, resolveremos la definición del crucigrama “Árbol de la América tropical, semejante a la mirística, y cuyo fruto es muy parecido a la nuez moscada” y obtendremos la respuesta correcta. Roberto El primero, el bloque teórico, introduce el tema, el español de América, los conceptos básicos y las diferencias léxicas así como la influencia de éstas en el campo de la traducción. as an image-assisted identification aid for almost six hundred species of trees. var gcse = document.createElement('script'); Castro-Cortés put this data in a format suitable for Internet interaction via the downloadable Windows program INTKEY. || 3. Arboles Tropicales Comunes del Area Maya has been a popular informational and educational Spanish language CD-ROM It was published in 1999 and is currently essentially Desconfiado, propenso a concebir sospechas. proposal for which was written by Nisao Ogata (currently at the Universidad Veracruzana and Centro de Investigaciones Tropicales). names (the accepted and the synonyms), common names (in various languages), distribution, uses and various botanical details as well The interactive database is what is available here at this web site. Araceli Aguilar-Meléndez (currently at Universidad Veracruzana)