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  Arracacha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The arracacha is a garden root vegetable originally from the Andes, somewhat intermediate between the carrot and celery.
The name arracacha (or racacha) was borrowed into Spanish from Quechua, and is used in the Andean region.
The yellow cultivar contains substantial amounts of carotenoid pigments, precursors to vitamin A, to the point that excessive consumption of arracachas may cause yellowing of the skin (a condition that is not considered to be harmful).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Arracacha   (510 words)

  
 eG Forums -> Arracacha
The arracacha's pleasant flavour and easy digestibility, which are universally acknowledged, result from the complex of starches, oils and mineral salts.
Arrachacha is smooth-skinned root vegetable (Arracacha xanthorrhiza) resembling a parsnip or white carrot, which is native to the Andes.
Arracacha, also called zanahoria blanca, or white carrot, is a relative of carrot and celery.
forums.egullet.org /index.php?showtopic=54779   (1044 words)

  
 Arracacha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Arracacha incorporates some characteristics from both carrot and celery, being of the same family (Apiaceae).
Arracacha has been cultivated in southern Brazil for some 100 years, but over the last 40 years has developed into a major horticultural operation providing income to thousands of farm families.
Arracacha is a rare case of a legal, high-value cash crop that poor farmers can grow.
www.cipotato.org /Projects/root-tuber/arraca.htm   (208 words)

  
 Arracacha, Food Resource [http://food.oregonstate.edu/], Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
Arracacha is in Spanish with a variety of information.
Arracacha is information on the origina, description, and uses of this root.
Arracacha is a smooth-skinned root that looks somewhat like a white carrot, it delicately combines the tastes of celery, cabbage and roast chestnuts.
food.oregonstate.edu /p/arracacha.html   (128 words)

  
 Mountain Partnership
As part of a broader programme aimed at enhancing the quality of life of Andean rural families, a project to promote the cultivation and consumption of arracacha was implemented from 1999 to 2002 among local mountain communities in Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador.
Important innovations were introduced in terms of the planting and propagation of arracacha.
As a result, the producers of arracacha have been able to increase the sale price and also the amount of fresh produce that they market.
www.mountainpartnership.org /news/stories/2004/mtproducts_lamerica.html   (328 words)

  
 Ch17
This is possibly one of the oldest cultivated Andean plants, its domestication having preceded that of the potato.
In eastern Venezuela, better-quality arracachas, such as Amarilla, are produced at 1 200 to 1 400 m; in Barimitas, Santo Domingo, at 1 500 to 1 800 m.
The arracacha is reproduced by colinos (in Colombia), suckers or pashincas (in Peru), which are short ramifications or shoots which emerge from a madre in Colombia and a buque in Peru.
www.fao.org /docrep/t0646e/T0646E0h.htm   (6109 words)

  
 Resistant starch formation does not parallel syneresis tendency in different starch gels.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Isolated starches from three cereals (corn, rice and sorghum), two legumes (jack bean and lentil) and arracacha roots (Arracacia xanthorrhiza) were gelatinized by boiling for 30 min.
Legume starches reached 6-7% (dmb) RS-3 levels, while the lowest values (2-3.6%) were recorded for corn, rice and arracacha samples.
Jack bean starch gels showed the greatest water exclusion index, followed by the cereals, arracacha and lentil preparations.
www.aaccnet.org /meetings/2001/Abstracts/a01ma271.htm   (227 words)

  
 Mountain Forum: Income Generation and Biodiversity
The producing families sell the root to the processors who in turn are growers of sugarcane, these interact with providers of services and with the merchants who are members of the same community.
In the preparation all the family participates, however, there are very defined roles: The men are those which grind the cane, grate the arracacha and beat the mixture, the women prepare the mixture, boil it, packs it, stir the fire, and care of the stored product.
This effort initiated in 1999, stimulating the local development, has improved the income of over 1200 families and has potential to continue to be developed possibly on the basis of alliances with the private sector.
www.mtnforum.org /E-Consultation05/incomgenread.cfm?id=12   (1113 words)

  
 Puchero
Clean and cut into pieces the vegetables, yucca, arracacha, corn, and the plantains.
Se cortan en pedazos la yuca, la arracacha, la mazorca, los plátanos y la ahuyama.
When the meats become tender, add the cabbage, yucca, arracacha, potatoes and the green plantains.
www.bogota-dc.com /food/puchero.htm   (718 words)

  
 ICTVdB Virus Description - 00.018.0.03.003. Arracacha virus A
Some descriptions are only very basic and links may point to documents that are not yet published on the Web.
Arracacha virus A. In: ICTVdB - The Universal Virus Database, version 4.
The best tests for diagnosis are arracacha A and B viruses are readily distinguishable by serology and by inoculation to Chenopodium quinoa, Tetragonia tetragonioides, Nicotiana clevelandii and Vigna unguiculata.
www.ictvdb.rothamsted.ac.uk /ICTVdB/00.018.0.03.003.htm   (775 words)

  
 Fletcher & Fletcher--In vitro virus elimination in Andean root crops
In oca: Arracacha virus B (AVB), Papaya mosaic virus (PapMV), and Ullucus mild mottle virus (UMMV); in ulluco: Ullucus virus C (UVC), Ullucus mosaic virus (UMV), PapMV, and UMMV; and in arracacha: Arracacha A virus (AVA).
Except with one accession of oca that was infected with TMV/U, this was successfully achieved using a protocol of in vitro virus elimination that combined heat and chemical therapy.
Stem nodal sections of oca and ulluco and shoot tips of arracacha were established in tissue culture on a growth medium containing 50 mg/litre ribavirin.
www.rsnz.org /publish/nzjchs/2001/3.php   (356 words)

  
 Plant Viruses Online - Arracacha A nepovirus
First reported in Arracacia xanthorrhiza (arracacha); from the Peruvian Andes; by Jones and Kenten (1978).
Replication does not depend on a helper virus.
Arracacha A and B viruses are readily distinguishable by serology and by inoculation to Chenopodium quinoa, Tetragonia tetragonioides, Nicotiana clevelandii and Vigna unguiculata.
image.fs.uidaho.edu /vide/descr033.htm   (282 words)

  
 [permaculture] Looking for arracacha, maca & melloco sources
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These crops are of great economic and nutritional importance to subsistence Andean farmers, and are often used as substitutes for expensive fruits and vegetables in the diet.
They are known in the Quechua Indian language as achira, ahipa, arracacha, maca, mashua, mauka, oca, ulluco, yacón." ++++++++++++++++++++++++ Andean Roots and Tubers: Ahipa, Arracacha, Maca, Yacon Promoting the Conservation and Use of Underutilized and Neglected Crops M.
lists.ibiblio.org /pipermail/permaculture/2003-March/017483.html   (325 words)

  
 Recipe: Arracacha and Pineapple Dessert (Dulce de Pina con Arracacha)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Recipe: Arracacha and Pineapple Dessert (Dulce de Pina con Arracacha)
Arracacha and Pineapple Dessert (Dulce de Pina con Arracacha)
Serve by itself, or with whipped cream or ice cream.
www.recipehound.com /Recipes/Recipes2/6009.html   (105 words)

  
 Arrowhead
Modernization of packages and commercialization of arracacha at the
Development of DNA microsatellite markers in the Andean root crop arracacha:
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www.uga.edu /rootandtubercrops/English/scientificlit/2004/Arracacha.htm   (60 words)

  
 [permaculture] Looking for arracacha, maca & melloco sources
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lists.ibiblio.org /pipermail/permaculture/2003-March/017485.html   (431 words)

  
 REDUCTION OF LOSSES DURING THE MARKETING OF ARRACACHA (ARRACACIA XANTHORRIZA)
REDUCTION OF LOSSES DURING THE MARKETING OF ARRACACHA (ARRACACIA XANTHORRIZA)
Arracacha is an important root crop throughout Latin America.
It is known to deteriorate quickly after harvest with consequent high market wastages.
www.actahort.org /books/116/116_8.htm   (125 words)

  
 The Arracacia Homepage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Describe reproduction biology of the Andean root crop arracacha (Arracacia xanthorrhiza Bancroft)
Reproduction biology of the Andean root crop arracacha (Arracacia xanthorrhiza Bancroft var.
The full Thesis can be obtained by writing to srknudsen@mail.dk or srk@kvl.dk
www.staff.kvl.dk /~srk/arracacia   (106 words)

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