- Noun, 1.
- EXPLORING BUFFALO GOURD SEEDS
- Buffalo gourd (Cucurbita foetidissima HBK) has been investigated as a valuable source Information on buffalo gourd seed structure is sparse.
- Nutritional evaluation of buffalo gourd: Elemental analysis of seed
- demonstrates that nutritional qualities of the buffalo gourd compare favorably with dry cow-feed.
- Gourd artist learns best by doing
- Warne started painting gourds in 1980 when she found a buffalo gourd growing along an Albuquerque highway. She began painting Mimbres, a subdivision of Mogollon culture, designs very distinctive to the American Southwest.
- Buffalo Gourd
- Buffalo gourd is a perennial that grows from a large tuberous root.
- Buffalo Gourds - Medicinal Plants of the Southwest
- Cucurbita foetidissima is commonly known as buffalo gourd and is native to the southwest, it's often recognized by its fetid odor and bitter gourds.
- Buffalo gourd oil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Buffalo gourd oil is a seed oil, extracted from the seeds of the Cucurbita foetidissima, which is native to southwest North America.
- Buffalo Gourd Seed
- The Buffalo gourd may be grown as an ornamental gourd, whose family it is a part of. The gourds are small, approximately 2 to 3-1/2 inches around.
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