cacao

CACAO is a research Java Virtual Machine developed at TU Wien. It compiles the class binaries while running, resulting in faster execution. It is an academic project, originally developed by students doing practical training or diploma theses on specific topics.

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Cacao Was Not Food Exclusive to Ancient Maya Elite, New Study Says

Among ancient Mayas, cacao was not a food exclusive to the elite

In Maya society, cacao use was for everyone, not just royals

Cacao: Multiple interactions in its cultivation

The cacao tree enigma

Ancient Maya Tended Sacred Groves of Cacao Trees in Humid Microclimates of Karst Sinkholes

Locations of ancient Maya sacred groves of cacao trees discovered

Analysis of Structural Variants in Cacao Genomes Yields Clues About Plant Diversity

Scientists Discover Gene that Controls Flowering in Cacao

Discovery of flowering gene in cacao may lead to accelerated breeding strategies

Discovery of flowering gene in cacao may lead to accelerated breeding strategies

El NiƱo can help predict cacao harvests up to 2 years in advance

Discovery of chemical clue may lead to solving cacao's black pod rot mystery