Inventory of Rare and Endangered Tracheophyta of Amazonia is a botanical manual providing information on rare, threatened, and endangered Amazonia native plants. The book was written by Amanda Kirchhoff and printed by Rathburn University.
Bruce Banner settled in Rocinha, the largest favela in Rio de Janeiro, juggling his job in a soft drink bottling factory with attempts to find a cure for his condition. In order to control his emotions and heart rate and prevent his transformations.
The search for a cure for his condition drove Banner to study a flower described in the book "Inventory of Rare and Endangered Tracheophyta of Amazonia", and he finally received it from Alves that day. Banner contacted a man who helped him through his research, code named "Mister Blue", to inform him of the discovery. Blue advised him to try a high dose of the component extracted from the plant, and he was able to produce a serum using homemade laboratory equipment.
- Cymbidium acutipetali
- Dendrobium macrophyllum
- Plumeria rubra