Plants as Primary Producers (Coffea arabica)

Plants as Primary Producers (Coffea arabica) - Term...

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Term: Photosynthesis Definition: The process that transforms the vast energy of the sun into chemical energy and is the basis for most food chains on Earth Term: Coffea arabica Definition: Made from seeds of Coffea arabica, tree native to mountains of Ethiopia, By 1700 coffeehouses throughout Europe Became centers of intellectual discourse - "penny universities" Term: 1669 Definition: First coffeehouse in North America in Boston Term: Pike's Market Definition: First Starbucks location,Seattle, WA Term: 1971 Definition: First Starbucks opened
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Term: cherry Definition: Coffee is a small, evergreen tree with clusters of berries Term: coffee beans Definition: Two seeds per cherry Term: Sun-grown Definition: higher yields Term: shade-grown Definition: much better biodiversity Term: light roasted Definition: 212 to 218 °C
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Term: dark roasts Definition: 240 °C or higher Term: By 207 °C Definition: starches converted to sugars; at slightly higher temperatures beans carmelize -> brown Term: caffeol oil Definition:
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