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Cyclanthera pedata CABI.org

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Cyclanthera pedata plants are vigorous vines that can attain a length of 12 m and are good climbers.. Leaves The foliage is glabrous and is said to emit a cucumber-like odour if injured.The stems of C. pedata are thin and bear palmate leaf laminae that are deeply 5- to 10-lobed and lanceolate with serrated edges.The leaf laminae have a large size range, from 8 to 24 cm in diameter, and are

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Cyclanthera pedata Useful Tropical Plants

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Cyclanthera edulis Naud. Momordica pedata L. Common Name: Achocha. Fruiting plant with a smoothskin fruit Photograph by: Zyance Excellent and very comprehensive, though it contains a number of silly mistakes. Readable yet also very detailed.]. The plant is considered to be a …

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Cyclanthera pedata stuffing gourd/RHS Gardening

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Details C. pedata is an annual, 3m or more high, climbing by tendrils, with leaves up to 20cm across, divided into from five to ten lance-shaped green lobes, panicles 10-20cm long of greenish white male flowers about 5mm across, and solitary greenish white female flowers, followed by green fruits, 5-15cm long, which are edible and eaten as a

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Keep hypertension from taking hold with caigua

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Caigua (Cyclanthera pedata) MMS, and picture messages from Institute of Health Sciences, L.L.C at the phone number you provide on this website or the phone number from which you text the short code, including on landlines and wireless numbers, even if the phone number is on a corporate, state or national Do Not Call list.

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Achocha (Cyclanthera pedata) The Cultivariable Growing …

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Achocha or caigua (Cyclanthera pedata) is an Central and South American vegetable in the Cucurbitaceae family. It is probably best known in the Andes, but it is grown from southern Mexico to Bolivia. It is somewhat similar to cucumber in flavor, but less so in appearance and growth habit. The immature seed pods are eaten.

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CYCLANTHERA PEDATA acegardener.ca

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Cover the seeds with fine grit or compost to approximately their own depth. We recommend germinating at 15 to 20 degrees C. Seeds should ideally germinate in between 2 and 6 weeks although they make take considerably longer. Pot on seedlings before finally planting out into a …

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Cyclanthera pedata var. edulis: New Host of Papaya

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Cyclanthera pedata var. edulis: New Host of Papaya ringspot virus-type W in Brazil October 2000 , Volume 84 , Number 10 Pages 1,155.4 - 1,155.4

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Cyclanthera pedata Achocha Lady's slipper Slipper gourd

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Cyclanthera pedata (Achocha) will reach a height of 4m and a spread of 2m after 1-2 years. Suggested uses. Add to salads, Beds and borders, Containers, Flavouring food and drinks, Greenhouse, Hedging/Screens, Wildlife. Cultivation. In the UK, best started indoors a few weeks before the last frost. Move outdoors once danger of frost has passed.

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Caigua Only Foods

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The scientific name for this species is “Cyclanthera pedata”. Description of Caigua. The various parts of the Caigua plant are described below: Picture 1 – Caigua. Length: The plant reaches a length of up to 40 feet. Tendrils: Caigua is a climbing plant and it uses its long tendrils for this purpose. Branches: The plant develops several

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Trypsin inhibitor 3 Cyclanthera pedata (Achocha)

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PS00286 , SQUASH_INHIBITOR, 1 hit. This section displays by default the canonical protein sequence and upon request all isoforms described in the entry. It also includes information pertinent to the sequence (s), including length and molecular weight. The information is filed in different subsections.

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Caigua / Slipper Gourd (Cyclanthera pedata) The GoodTo

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Caigua, also called slipper gourd or kaywa, is a very unpretentious old vegetable plant. The small but very numerous fruits can be harvested when they are the size of olives and are often pickled, eaten raw with salads, or as a vegetable. You can

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Trypsin inhibitor 6 Cyclanthera pedata (Achocha)

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Cyclanthera pedata (Achocha) (Caihua) Status. Reviewed-Annotation score: -Experimental evidence at protein level i. Function i. Strongly inhibits trypsin, weakly inhibits chymotrypsin. 1 Publication, , Sites P83397 Primary (citable) accession number: P83397

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Cyclanthera pedata zxc.wiki

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Cyclanthera pedata (in Quechua Achoc (c) ha, Achojcha or Archucha and Kaywa, from Spanish caihua, caigua, caiba, caygua [kaiwa], German also called "Korila", "Inca cucumber" or "olive cucumber") is a type of plant from the family of cucurbits serve (Cucurbitaceae), whose leaves and fruit of the human diet.

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Caigua helps improve type 2 diabetes – and not just blood

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Caigua (Cyclanthera pedata) MMS, and picture messages from Institute of Health Sciences, L.L.C at the phone number you provide on this website or the phone number from which you text the short code, including on landlines and wireless numbers, even if the phone number is on a corporate, state or national Do Not Call list.

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PalDat

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Cyclanthera pedata. Taxonomy: Angiospermae, Cucurbitales, Cucurbitaceae, Cyclanthera Published: 2016-11-30 Pollen Description Shape, Size and Aperture. pollen unit

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Growing Caigua Foodlovers

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A rare exception to this rather gloomy truth is the wonderful, delicious, hardy and rampant caigua (Cyclanthera pedata). This locally, and frankly inexplicably obscure member of the cucumber family, has been cultivated in the Andes for thousands of years, and is regarded as one of the finest native food crops of the region.

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A South American forgotten vegetable: Cyclanthera pedata

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A South American forgotten vegetable: Cyclanthera pedata (L.) Schrad, a contribution to its agronomic management. Acta Hortic. 1297, 37-42 Acta Hortic. 1297, 37-42 DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2020.1297.6

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Studies on the Constituents of Cyclanthera pedata (Caigua

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Studies on the Constituents of Cyclanthera pedata Fruits: Isolation and Structure Elucidation of New Flavonoid Glycosides and Their Antioxidant Activity. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2001 , 49 (11) , 5156-5160.

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Tropicos Name !Cyclanthera pedata (L.) Schrad.

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Cyclanthera pedata (L.) Schrad. Details; Images (7) Synonyms (37) References (28) Subordinate Taxa; Specimens; Distributions (74) Chromosome Counts (2) Group: Dicot Rank: species Kind: Name with Basionym Herbarium Placement: Monsanto, 3rd, D, 275 Authors: Schrader, Heinrich Adolph

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Achocha (Cyclanthera pedata var pedata), packet of 5 seeds

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Achocha (Cyclanthera pedata var pedata), packet of 5 seeds, organic. $ 3.95. Family: Cucumber (Cucurbitaceae) Annual, 100 days to fruits. (Slipper Gourd, Caigua, Caihua) Annual cultigen from the Andean region, vining to 15 feet, leaves palmate, flowers male and female, yellow.

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Achocha 15 seeds Cyclanthera pedata Slipper Gourd Etsy

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Cyclanthera pedata (Achocha) is an annual that we measured growing up to 15-20 feet with production spanning from July to October. This is truly an amazing plant. There should be no problem growing in sandy, loamy, or clay soils as well as you keep the soil moist but not over watered. It will grow GREAT in a cultivated and well nutrient stocked

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Cyclanthera zxc.wiki

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Cyclanthera is a genus of the cucurbit family (Cucurbitaceae) that is native to Central and South America. Three types are used as vegetables: Caigua (Cyclanthera pedata), the exploding cucumber (Cyclanthera brachystachya) and Cyclanthera brachybotrys.

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Achocha: Saving seed Cultivariable

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achocha (Cyclanthera pedata), Blog, seed saving Achocha: Saving seed. Posted on October 9, 2013 April 5, 2018 by bill. Eight to twelve seems to be about the range in number of seeds in the smaller varieties, but the larger varieties may contain up to 24.

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Fat Baby Achocha Cyclanthera Brachystachya Seeds Fair

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Fat Baby Achocha Cyclanthera Brachystachya Seeds Packet of 10+ fresh homegrown seeds! These guys are really cool. Think of them as a crisp, crunchy, juicy capsicum, with the taste of a mild cucumber. Massive crops like the relative the Exploding Cucumber, just this guy is much more civilized and domesticated. Similar shaped fruits, just twice […]

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Tropical plant catalog TopTropicals.com

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Cyclanthera pedata, Momordica pedata Family: Cucurbitaceae Caigua, Wild Cucumber, Stuffing Cucumber Origin: South America. The leaves are 4-5 inches wide and divided into several lobes. It produces a pale green, semi-flattened fruit resembling a cucumber that is 4-6 inches long and 2-3 inches wide. The immature fruits may be eaten raw or pickled.

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Caigua Caigua Powder Cyclanthera Pedata

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Oral preparations of Cyclanthera Pedata (Caigua), like caigua powder, are used as analgesics, as anti-inflammatory agents, for arteriosclerosis, as diuretics, for hypoglycemic, diabetes, circulatory problems, to control high blood pressure, gastrointestinal disorders, intestinal parasites, high cholesterol and for …

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Studies on the Constituents of Cyclanthera pedata Fruits

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The isolation of six flavon glycosides (1−6), among them four new natural compounds (1−4), from the CHCl3/MeOH extract of the fruits of Cyclanthera pedata is reported. All of the structures were elucidated by spectroscopic methods, including the concerted application of one-dimensional (1H, 1H TOCSY, 13C, and 13C DEPT-NMR) and two-dimensional NMR techniques (DQF-COSY, HSQC, …

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Determination of the mineral composition of Caigua

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1. Introduction. In Brazil, Caigua is known as “maxixe do reino”, and it is an herbaceous vine that is traditionally distributed from Colombia to Bolivia and is generally consumed either cooked or even raw as salad.Caigua (species Cyclanthera pedata (L.) Schrader) belongs to the Cucurbitaceae family. The consumption of Caigua as a food is still very limited.

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CAIGUA [Cyclanthera pedata] powdered fruit PERU

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Therefore it reduces blood pressure, but also aligns the level of sugar in the blood and cleanse the arteries from cholesterol deposits. Caigua is therefore used in the case of atherosclerosis, cardiovascular diseases such as myocardial infarction and stroke.

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Uranium uptake and the cytology of Cyclanthera pedata: A

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983 0098-8472Environmental and Experimental Botany, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 379 to 392, 1983 0098-8472/83 $3.00 + 0.00 Printed in Great Britain 1983. Pergamon Press Ltd. URANIUM UPTAKE AND THE CYTOLOGY OF CYCLANTHERA PEDATA: A FISSION TRACK STUDY SOHAN L. KOUL, VIJAY KAUL* and LEWIS T. CHADDERTON CSIRO, Division of Chemical Physics, P.O. Box 160, Clayton, …

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(PDF) Mineral nutrition of Cyclanthera pedata

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Cyclanthera pedata plants have their dry matter production reduced by soil acidity and low macronutrients availability, mainly P, Ca, Mg and S, and were little affected by low micronutrients

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Cyclanthera Pedata 7 seeds, Caigua, Caihua, Acocha eBay

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The seeds are Heirloom, non-hybrid and non-GMO, organically grown with natural manure.

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Já, a produtividade por área foi menor devido ao menor número de plantas por ha.<br>A field experiment was carried out to evaluate the yield of achocha [Cyclanthera pedata L. Schrad.) ] in Montes Claros, Minas Gerais State, Brazil, as a result of the staking system and within-row spacing.

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Caigua Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

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Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients in Caigua. List of various diseases cured by Caigua. How Caigua is effective for various diseases is listed in repertory format. Names of Caigua in various languages of the world are also given.

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About Us Strictly Medicinal Seeds

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About Us. We’re Strictly Medicinal, located in the town of Williams in Southern Oregon. Back in 1985 our family (the Cech family, pronounced “check”) started Horizon Herbs, LLC, growing gardens of diverse medicinal herbs. Because we were fascinated by seeds and medicinal herbs, and at the same time couldn’t find seeds for many of the

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Cyclanthera Article about Cyclanthera by The Free Dictionary

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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased. Cyclanthera a genus of plants of the family Cucurbitaceae. The plants are perennial or annual herbs with creeping tendril-bearing stems. The leaves are entire, lobed, or palmate. The small unisexual flowers are yellow, greenish, or white

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Achocha 15 seeds Cyclanthera pedata Slipper Gourd Etsy

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Cyclanthera pedata (Achocha) is an annual that we measured growing up to 15-20 feet with production spanning from July to October. This is truly an amazing plant. There should be no problem growing in sandy, loamy, or clay soils as well as you keep the soil moist but not over watered.

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10 Stuffing Cucumber Seeds (Cyclanthera Pedata) Achocha

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Cyclanthera Pedata are fast-growing plants that withstand hot climates with ease. The plant can extend 14 ft. in length (using a trellis is best) and will grow in much …

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Pedata definition of Pedata by The Free Dictionary

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Pedata synonyms, Pedata pronunciation, Pedata translation, English dictionary definition of Pedata. n. pl. 1. Number Scientific name Herbarium Medicinal use voucher 1 Cyclanthera pedata PPN-cu-004 Diminish fall (L.) Schrad.

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Romario Boldt Academia.edu

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Highest number, weight of fruits and yield were observed when within-row spacing of 1,0 x 1,0 m was adopted, due to lesser effect of competition between plants for water, nutrients and light. However the yield per area was less due to lower number of plants per ha.

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Decorative & For cutting Archives oroseeds

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OroSeeds O.R.O Tihomira Djordjevica BB, 18220 Aleksinac, Serbia Registration number: 111136640 ID: 65215527 USD $

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Colombia, 1989 Blaschka Model 158, 1890 Genus no. 8642

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Collection > Christopher Williams > Colombia, 1989 Blaschka Model 158, 1890 Genus no. 8642 Family, Cucurbitaceae Cyclanthera pedata Schrad. Pepino de Comer. 1989

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African Journal of Microbiology Research agronomic and

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The aims of this study were to provide an agronomic and phytochemical characterization of Cyclanthera pedata Schrad. (Cucurbitaceae family) and assess its potential for adaptation to the soil and climate conditions of Italy. At each harvest date, characteristics of seed present in the harvested fruits were analyzed with germination tests to study the influence of temperature and light conditions.

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Rainforest Plants Achocha EzineArticles

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Achocha (Caigua) is a vine found in tropical South America. It can grow to 40 feet, with tendrils that provide opportunity for climbing. The fruit resembles a flat cucumber and has been used historically in tribal medicine for lowering cholesterol, treating hypertension and regulating blood sugar. Other uses have also been documented among Peruvians.

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Isolation and primary structures of seven serine

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The CyPTIs (Cyclanthera pedata trypsin inhibitors) belong to a well-known squash inhibitor family. They contain 28-30 amino acids and have molecular weights from 3031 to 3367 Da. All the isolated inhibitors strongly inhibit bovine beta-trypsin (K(a)>10(11) M(-1)) and, more weakly, bovine alpha-chymotrypsin (K(a) approximately 10(4)-10(6) M(-1)).

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Cytological and Phylogenetic Studies in the Cucurbitaceae

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4. The pertinent points in regard to chromosome number and geographical distribution are: (a) the Old World genera, with one exception, have basic numbers of 11-13; (b) there is a New World group having 16 as the basic number; and (c) there is a second New World group having 20-24 as the basic number.

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What can the cyclanthera pedata plant be used for?

Dried and powdered seeds are used in the treatment of intestinal parasites. Other plant parts can be used to treat gastrointestinal problems, hypertension, tonsillitis, circulatory problems, arteriosclerosis, and diabetes. The plant is grown from seed. Cyclanthera pedata is a ANNUAL growing to 4.5 m (14ft 9in) at a fast rate.

What are the different names of the cyclanthera?

Also known as: Achocha, Achokcha, achojcha, Achoqcha, achuqcha, Acochca, archucha Barela, Bottle gourd, Caigua, Caihua, Caygua, Cayua, kaywa, Korila, Lamthabi, Meetha karela, Patal, pinyin (Chinese) Pepino de rellenar, Prickle cyclanthera, Slipper gourd, Stuffing cucumber, lady's slipper, sparrow gourd, Calabash gourd.

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