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Table 2 The first twenty ethnospecies for foods that had higher salience index and its citation frequency (%)

From: Use of the palm Euterpe edulismartius in landscape units managed by migrants of German origin in Southern Brazil

Ethnospecies Species Frequency Salience
Sweet manioc, “aipim” Manihot esculenta Crantz 86.8 0.593
Orange, “laranja” Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck 84.6 0.560
Tangerine, “tangerine” Citrus reticulata Blanco 79.1 0.538
Cabbage, “repolho” Brassica oleracea L. 54.9 0.377
“Jabuticaba” Plinia trunciflora O.Berg. 64.8 0.365
collard greens, “couve” Brassica oleracea L. 54.9 0.330
Potato, “batata” Solanum tuberosum L. 46.2 0.317
Cucumber, “pepino” Cucumis sativus L. 53.8 0.309
sweet potato, “batata-doce” Ipomea batatas (L.) Lam. 46.2 0.302
palm-heart, “palmito” Eutepe edulis 62.6 0.287
Lettuce, “alface” Lactuca sativa L. 45.1 0.281
Banana, “banana” Musa paradisiaca L. 53.8 0.275
Peach, “pêssego” Prunus persica L. (Stokes) 49.5 0.273
Guava, “goiaba” Psidium guajava L. 52.7 0.270
Carrot, “cenoura” Daucus carota L. 37.4 0.258
Grape, “uva” Vitis vinifera L. 44.0 0.247
Beet, “beterraba” Beta vulgaris L. 37.4 0.241
Corn, “milho” Zea mays L. 41.8 0.226
Tomato, “tomate” Solanum lycopersicum L. 37.4 0.207
Bean, “feijão” Phaseolus vulgaris L. 36.3 0.207