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*  Patent US5512471 - Process for purifying an α-D-galactosidase isozyme from Coffea beans - Google Patents

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*  Omostachidrina - Wikipedia

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*  Especies de Coffea - Wikipedia

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*  Detection and identification of a group 16SrIII-related phytoplasma associated with coffee crispiness disease in Colombia

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*  Coffea - Wikipedia

1938) Coffea leonimontana Stoff. (1997) Coffea leroyi A.P.Davis (2000) Coffea liaudii J.-F.Leroy ex A.P.Davis (2000) Coffea ... 1938) Coffea heimii J.-F.Leroy (1962) Coffea heterocalyx Stoff. (1997) Coffea homollei J.-F.Leroy (1961) Coffea humbertii J.-F. ... 1907) Coffea jumellei J.-F.Leroy (1972) Coffea kapakata (A.Chev.) Bridson (1994) Coffea kianjavatensis J.-F.Leroy (1972) Coffea ... 1939) Coffea tricalysioides J.-F.Leroy (1961) Coffea tsirananae J.-F.Leroy (1972) Coffea vatovavyensis J.-F.Leroy (1962) Coffea ...
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*  Coffee (Coffea arabica)

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*  Coffea | Definition of Coffea by Merriam-Webster

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(1/125) Photoautotrophic culture of Coffea arabusta somatic embryos: photosynthetic ability and growth of different stage embryos.

Coffea arabusta somatic embryos were cultured and development of stomata, rate of CO2 fixation or production, chlorophyll content and chlorophyll fluorescence were studied in embryos at different stages of development. Cotyledonary and germinated embryos have photosynthetic capacity, although pretreatment at a high photosynthetic photon flux (PPF) (100 micromol m(-2) s(-1)) for 14 d increased photosynthetic ability. Except in a very small number of cases, stomata did not develop fully in precotyledonary stage embryos and were absent in torpedo stage embryos. Low chlorophyll content (90-130 microg g(-1) fresh mass) was noted in torpedo and precotyledonary stage embryos compared with cotyledonary and germinated embryos (300-500 microg g(-1) fresh mass). Due to the absence of stomata and low chlorophyll content in the torpedo and precotyledonary stage embryos, the photosynthetic rate was low and, in some cases, CO2 production was observed. These data suggest that the cotyledonary stage is the earliest stage that can be cultured photoautotrophically to ensure plantlet development. When grown photoautotrophically (in a sugar-free medium with CO2 enrichment in the culture headspace and high photosynthetic photon flux), torpedo and precotyledonary stage embryos lost 20-25% of their initial dry mass after 60 d of culture. However, in cotyledonary and germinated embryos, the dry mass of each embryo increased by 10 and 50%, respectively. By using a porous supporting material, growth (especially root growth) was increased in cotyledonary stage embryos. In addition, photoautotrophic conditions, high PPF (100-150 micromol m(-2) s(-1)) and increased CO2 concentration (1100 micromol mol(-1)) were found to be necessary for the development of plantlets from cotyledonary stage embryos.  (+info)

(2/125) Photoautotrophic culture of Coffea arabusta somatic embryos: development of a bioreactor for large-scale plantlet conversion from cotyledonary embryos.

Somatic embryos were developed from in vitro-grown leaf discs of Coffea arabusta in modified Murashige and Skoog medium under 30 micromol m(-2) s(-1) photosynthetic photon flux (PPF). Cotyledonary stage embryos were selected from the 14-week-old cultures and were placed under a high (100 micromol m(-2) s(-1) PPF for 14 d. These pretreated embryos were grown photoautotrophically in three different types of culture systems: Magenta vessel; RITA-bioreactor (modified to improve air exchange); and a specially designed temporary root zone immersion bioreactor system (TRI-bioreactor) with forced ventilation. The aims of the study were to achieve large-scale embryo-to-plantlet conversion, and to optimize growth of plantlets under photoautotrophic conditions. The plantlet conversion percentage was highest (84 %) in the TRI-bioreactor and lowest in the modified RITA-bioreactor (20 %). Growth and survival of converted plantlets following 45 d of photoautotrophic culture in each of the three culture systems were studied. Fresh and dry masses of leaves and roots of plantlets developed in the TRI-bioreactor were significantly greater than those of plantlets developed in the modified RITA-bioreactor or Magenta vessel. The net photosynthetic rate, chlorophyll fluorescence and chlorophyll contents were also highest in plantlets grown in the TRI-bioreactor. Normal stomata were observed in leaves of plantlets grown in the TRI-bioreactor, whereas they could be abnormal in plantlets from the modified RITA-bioreactor. Survival of the plants after transfer from culture followed a similar pattern and was highest in the group grown in the TRI-bioreactor, followed by plants grown in the modified RITA-bioreactor and Magenta vessel. In addition, ex vitro growth of plants transferred from the TRI-bioreactor was faster than that of plants from the other culture systems.  (+info)

(3/125) Comparison of somatic embryogenesis-derived coffee (Coffea arabica L.) plantlets regenerated in vitro or ex vitro: morphological, mineral and water characteristics.

Coffea arabica L. plantlets obtained ex vitro after sowing somatic embryos produced in a bioreactor in horticultural substrate were compared with those obtained in vitro from the same embryo population under conventional culturing conditions on semi-solid media. The intensity and quality of aerial and root system development were compared. Shoot emergence was more efficient in vitro but rooting frequencies were low. In contrast, all ex vitro-regenerated embryos rooted. The cotyledon area of mature embryos produced in a bioreactor positively affected plantlet development when regeneration was carried out ex vitro. Embryos with an intermediate cotyledon area (0.86 cm2) had the highest rates of plant conversion ex vitro (63%), and also resulted in vigorous plantlets. Mortality was higher in nursery conditions, but better plant development was obtained. The quality of plantlets produced under ex vitro conditions was reflected in better growth of the aerial and root systems, and also by similar morphological, mineral and water status characteristics to seedlings. Unlike roots formed on semi-solid media, those produced in soil were branched, fine (30-50% had a diameter of less than 0-5 mm) and they bore root hairs. Leaves of plantlets regenerated ex vitro had a histological structure similar to that of seedling leaves, and a lower stomatal density (100 vs. 233 mm-2). Moreover, they were more turgid, as indicated by higher pressure potential (psiP) (0.91 s. 0.30 MPa) and relative water content values (97 vs. 93%). Furthermore, under in vitro conditions, leaves had larger stomata which were abnormally round and raised. Direct sowing of germinated somatic embryos resulted in the rapid production of vigorous plantlets under ex vitro conditions, whilst removing the need for problematical and costly conventional acclimatization procedures.  (+info)

(4/125) Transmission of Leishmania in coffee plantations of Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Transmission of Leishmania was studied in 27 coffee plantations in the Brazilian State of Minas Gerais. Eighteen females and six males (11.6% of the people tested), aged between 7-65 gave a positive response to the Montenegro skin test. Awareness of sand flies based on the ability of respondents to identify the insects using up to seven predetermined characteristics was significantly greater among inhabitants of houses occupied by at least one Mn+ve individual. Five species of phlebotomine sand fly, including three suspected Leishmania vectors, were collected within plantations under three different cultivation systems. Four of these species i.e., Lu. fischeri (Pinto 1926), Lu. migonei (Franca 1920), Lu. misionensis (Castro 1959) and Lutzomyia whitmani (Antunes Coutinho 1939) were collected in an organic plantation and the last of these was also present in the other two plantation types. The remaining species, Lu. intermedia (Lutz Neiva 1912), was collected in plantations under both the "adensado" and "convencional" systems. The results of this study indicate that transmission of Leishmania to man in coffee-growing areas of Minas Gerais may involve phlebotomine sand flies that inhabit plantations.  (+info)

(5/125) Gene introgression into Coffea arabica by way of triploid hybrids (C. arabica x C. canephora).

Interspecific triploid hybrid plants between the tetraploid species Coffea arabica L. and the diploid species C. canephora P. were backcrossed to C. arabica. Although characterised by a low production and an important fruit dropping, all attempted crosses (ie, 6) generated BC(1) progenies. Flow cytometric analysis of the nuclear DNA content revealed that most of the BC1 individuals were nearly tetraploid. Among the male gametes produced by the interspecific triploid hybrids, those presenting a high number of chromosomes appeared strongly favoured. Only pollen mother cells having nearly 22 chromosomes were effective, the others leading to deficient endosperm and fruit dropping. Molecular markers (ie, microsatellite and AFLP) combined with evaluations of morphological characteristics and resistance to leaf rust were applied to verify the occurrence of gene transfer from C. canephora into C. arabica, and to estimate the amount of introgression present in BC(1) individuals. The results reveal a strong deficiency in the C. canephroa alleles indicating a severe counter-selection against the introgression of genetic material from C. canephora into C. arabica by way of triploid hybrids. However, introgressants displaying desirable traits such as a high resistance to leaf rust were obtained. The low level of introgression could be an advantage by facilitating the recovery of the recurrent parent and possibly reducing the number of required backcrosses. On the other hand, this could be a limitation when attempting the transfer of a complex trait or several simply inherited traits.  (+info)

(6/125) Isolation of a new dual-functional caffeine synthase gene encoding an enzyme for the conversion of 7-methylxanthine to caffeine from coffee (Coffea arabica L.).

In coffee and tea plants, caffeine is synthesized from xanthosine via a pathway that includes three methylation steps. We report the isolation of a bifunctional coffee caffeine synthase (CCS1) clone from coffee endosperm by reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) and rapid amplification of cDNA ends (RACE) technique using previously reported sequence information for theobromine synthases (CTSs). The predicted amino acid sequences of CCS1 are more than 80% identical to CTSs and are about 40% similar to those of tea caffeine synthase (TCS1). Interestingly, CCS1 has dual methylation activity like tea TCS1.  (+info)

(7/125) Molecular cloning and functional characterization of three distinct N-methyltransferases involved in the caffeine biosynthetic pathway in coffee plants.

Caffeine is synthesized from xanthosine through N-methylation and ribose removal steps. In the present study, three types of cDNAs encoding N-methyltransferases were isolated from immature fruits of coffee (Coffea arabica) plants, and designated as CaXMT1, CaMXMT2, and CaDXMT1, respectively. The bacterially expressed encoded proteins were characterized for their catalytic properties. CaXMT1 catalyzed formation of 7-methylxanthosine from xanthosine with a K(m) value of 78 microM, CaMXMT2 catalyzed formation of 3,7-dimethylxanthine (theobromine) from 7-methylxanthine with a K(m) of 251 microM, and CaDXMT1 catalyzed formation of 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine (caffeine) from 3,7-dimethylxanthine with a K(m) of 1,222 microM. The crude extract of Escherichia coli was found to catalyze removal of the ribose moiety from 7-methylxanthosine, leading to the production of 7-methylxanthine. As a consequence, when all three recombinant proteins and E. coli extract were combined, xanthosine was successfully converted into caffeine in vitro. Transcripts for CaDXMT1 were predominantly found to accumulate in immature fruits, whereas those for CaXMT1 and CaMXMT2 were more broadly detected in sites encompassing the leaves, floral buds, and immature fruits. These results suggest that the presently identified three N-methyltransferases participate in caffeine biosynthesis in coffee plants and substantiate the proposed caffeine biosynthetic pathway: xanthosine --> 7-methylxanthosine --> 7-methylxanthine --> theobromine --> caffeine.  (+info)

(8/125) Effects of caffeine and chlorogenic acid on propidium iodide accessibility to DNA: consequences on genome size evaluation in coffee tree.

Estimates of genome size using flow cytometry can be biased by the presence of cytosolic compounds, leading to pseudo-intraspecific variation in genome size. Two important compounds present in coffee trees-caffeine and chlorogenic acid-modify accessibility of the dye propidium iodide to Petunia DNA, a species used as internal standard in our genome size evaluation. These compounds could be responsible for intraspecific variation in genome size since their contents vary between trees. They could also be implicated in environmental variations in genome size, such as those revealed when comparing the results of evaluations carried out on different dates on several genotypes.  (+info)



Pierre ex A.Froehner


  • Coffea canephora Pierre ex A.Froehner = Coffea robusta L.Linden Coffea carrissoi A.Chev. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1929) Coffea canephora Pierre ex A.Froehner (1897) (sin. (wikipedia.org)

perrieri Drake ex


arabica


  • F.Anthony Coffea arabica L. Coffea arenesiana J.-F.Leroy Coffea augagneurii Dubard Coffea bakossii Cheek & Bridson Coffea bertrandii A.Chev. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1904) Coffea alleizettii Dubard (1907) Coffea ambanjensis J.-F.Leroy (1961) Coffea andrambovatensis J.-F.Leroy (1962) Coffea ankaranensis J.-F.Leroy (2001) Coffea arabica L. (1753) Coffea arenesiana J.-F.Leroy (1961) Coffea augagneurii Dubard (1906) Coffea bakossii Cheek & Bridson (2002) Coffea bertrandii A.Chev. (wikipedia.org)
  • The magnitude and diversity of the microbial population associated with dry (natural) processing of coffee (Coffea arabica) has been assessed during a 2-year period on 15 different farms in the Sul de Minas region of Brazil. (bath.ac.uk)

heimii


  • grevei Coffea heimii J.-F.Leroy Coffea × heterocalyx Stoff. (wikipedia.org)

grevei


  • Sonké Coffea fragilis J.-F.Leroy Coffea gallienii Dubard Coffea grevei Drake ex A.Chev. (wikipedia.org)
  • Coffea grevei subsp. (wikipedia.org)
  • Sonké (2004) Coffea fragilis J.-F.Leroy (1961) Coffea gallienii Dubard (1905) Coffea grevei Drake ex A.Chev. (wikipedia.org)

leroyi


  • Coffea leroyi A.P.Davis P Coffea liaudii J.-F.Leroy ex A.P.Davis Coffea liberica Hiern Coffea liberica var. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1997) Coffea leroyi A.P.Davis (2000) Coffea liaudii J.-F.Leroy ex A.P.Davis (2000) Coffea liberica Hiern (1876) Coffea ligustroides S.Moore (1911) Coffea littoralis A.P.Davis & Rakotonas. (wikipedia.org)

affinis


  • Lista de los 104 taxones específicos y 4 infra-específicos aceptados del género Coffea Índice A B C D E F G H I J K L M N Ñ O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Coffea abbayesii J.-F.Leroy Coffea affinis De Wild. (wikipedia.org)
  • Di seguito la lista delle specie secondo Kew : Coffea abbayesii J.-F.Leroy (1961) Coffea affinis De Wild. (wikipedia.org)

robusta


fadenii


  • Coffea eugenioides S.Moore Coffea fadenii Bridson Coffea farafanganensis J.-F.Leroy Coffea fotsoana Stoff. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1933) Coffea eugenioides S.Moore (1907) Coffea fadenii Bridson (1982) Coffea farafanganensis J.-F.Leroy (1961) Coffea fotsoana Stoff. (wikipedia.org)

humilis


brevipes


  • Drake Coffea bonnieri Dubard Coffea brevipes Hiern Coffea bridsoniae A.P.Davis & Mvungi Coffea buxifolia A.Chev. (wikipedia.org)
  • Drake (1897) Coffea bonnieri Dubard (1905) Coffea brevipes Hiern (1876) Coffea bridsoniae A.P.Davis & Mvungi (2004) Coffea buxifolia A.Chev. (wikipedia.org)

kapakata


  • Coffea jumellei J.-F.Leroy Coffea kapakata (A.Chev. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1907) Coffea jumellei J.-F.Leroy (1972) Coffea kapakata (A.Chev. (wikipedia.org)

liberica


racemosa


  • Coffea racemosa Lour. (wikipedia.org)
  • Drake (1897) Coffea pocsii Bridson (1994) Coffea pseudozanguebariae Bridson (1982) Coffea racemosa Lour. (wikipedia.org)

homollei


  • Coffea homollei J.-F.Leroy Coffea humbertii J.-F.Leroy Coffea humblotiana Baill. (wikipedia.org)

dubardii


  • Coffea decaryana J.-F.Leroy Coffea dubardii Jum. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1999) Coffea decaryana J.-F.Leroy (1961) Coffea dubardii Jum. (wikipedia.org)

mogenetii


  • Coffea mogenetii Dubard Coffea mongensis Bridson Coffea montekupensis Stoff. (wikipedia.org)

richardii


  • Bridson Coffea richardii J.-F.Leroy Coffea sahafaryensis J.-F.Leroy Coffea sakarahae J.-F.Leroy Coffea salvatrix Swynn. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bridson (1983) Coffea richardii J.-F.Leroy (1961) Coffea sahafaryensis J.-F.Leroy (1962) Coffea sakarahae J.-F.Leroy (1962) Coffea salvatrix Swynn. (wikipedia.org)

tetragona


  • Coffea schliebenii Bridson Coffea sessiliflora Bridson Coffea stenophylla G.Don Coffea tetragona Jum. (wikipedia.org)

congensis


  • Coffea congensis A.Froehner Coffea costatifructa Bridson Coffea coursiana J.-F.Leroy Coffea dactylifera Robbr. (wikipedia.org)

kivuensis


  • Bridson Coffea kianjavatensis J.-F.Leroy Coffea kihansiensis A.P.Davis & Mvungi Coffea kimbozensis Bridson Coffea kivuensis Lebrun Coffea labatii A.P.Davis & Rakotonas. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bridson (1994) Coffea kianjavatensis J.-F.Leroy (1972) Coffea kihansiensis A.P.Davis & Mvungi (2004) Coffea kimbozensis Bridson (1994) Coffea kivuensis Lebrun (1932) Coffea lancifolia A.Chev. (wikipedia.org)

togoensis


macrocarpa


  • Coffea lulandoensis Bridson Coffea macrocarpa A.Rich. (wikipedia.org)

mauritiana


  • Coffea mangoroensis Portères Coffea manombensis A.P.Davis Coffea mapiana Sonké, Nguembou & A.P.Davis Coffea mauritiana Lam. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1997) Coffea mangoroensis Portères (1962) Coffea manombensis A.P.Davis (2000) Coffea mauritiana Lam. (wikipedia.org)

boiviniana


  • Coffea boiviniana (Baill. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1937) Coffea betamponensis Portères & J.-F.Leroy (1962) Coffea boiviniana (Baill. (wikipedia.org)

alleizettii


  • Coffea alleizettii Dubard Coffea ambanjensis J.-F.Leroy Coffea ambongensis J.-F.Leroy ex A.P.Davis & Rakotonas. (wikipedia.org)

mayombensis


minutiflora


  • Coffea millotii J.-F.Leroy Coffea minutiflora A.P.Davis & Rakotonas. (wikipedia.org)
  • 2001) Coffea millotii J.-F.Leroy (1961) Coffea minutiflora A.P.Davis & Rakotonas. (wikipedia.org)

pervilleana


rhamnifolia


stenophylla


charrieriana


magnistipula


leonimontana


zanguebariae


commersoniana


betamponensis


  • Coffea betamponensis Portères & J.-F.Leroy Coffea bissetiae A.P.Davis & Rakotonas. (wikipedia.org)

tricalysioides


  • Coffea tricalysioides J.-F.Leroy Coffea tsirananae J.-F.Leroy Coffea vatovavyensis J.-F.Leroy Coffea vavateninensis J.-F.Leroy Coffea vianneyi J.-F.Leroy Coffea vohemarensi A.P.Davis & Rakotonas. (wikipedia.org)

andrambovatensis


  • Coffea andrambovatensis J.-F.Leroy Coffea ankaranensis J.-F.Leroy ex A.P.Davis & Rakotonas. (wikipedia.org)

Stoff


resinosa


Davis


  • Coffea boinensis A.P.Davis & Rakotonas. (wikipedia.org)
  • Drake Coffea pocsii Bridson Coffea pseudozanguebariae Bridson Coffea pterocarpa A.P.Davis & Rakotonas. (wikipedia.org)
  • Philipson Coffea sambavensis J.-F.Leroy ex A.P.Davis & Rakotonas. (wikipedia.org)
  • Philipson (1936) Coffea sambavensis J.-F.Leroy ex A.P.Davis & Rakotonas. (wikipedia.org)