The sago pasty, the artocarpus
bread, some mangoes, half a dozen pineapples, and the liquor fermented from some coco-nuts, overjoyed us.
Various naturally occurring substances like Datura-stramonium , Henna , Prosopis juliflora , Fiaes religeosa , Ficus virens , Capparis deciduas , Annona squamosa, Ponamia glabra, ginger , garlic , Artocarpus
heterophyllus , Acaccia senegal  have been evaluated as a effective corrosion inhibitors.
Adverse effects of extracts of Artocarpus
For the genus Artocarpus
(Moraceae) the key lists nine species of the 25 recorded for Kalimantan, of which four (Artocarpus
Excluindo-se as especies com restricoes legais ou ambientais, na zona urbana de Sao Tome foram identificadas 4 especies com frutos grandes e carnosos: Dillenia indica (n = 16), Pachira aquatica (n = 69), Pachira glabra (n = 10) e Artocarpus
heterophyllus (n = 1).
The four (4) most prevalent tree species observed were: - Artocarpus
heterophyllus (15%), Ficus natalensis (10%), Albizia coriaria (10%) and Mangifera indica (9%).
Sm., Annona reticulate L., Artocarpus
rigidus Blume, Boesenbergia pandurata (Roxb.) Schltr., Clausena excavata Burm.
A total of 5,400 seedlings will be planted, with the breakdown in species as follows: narra (Pterocarpus spp.) 500 seedlings; kamagong (Diospyros spp.) 500; dipterocarp species 1,000; palosanto (Bursera spp.) 620; cacao (Theobroma spp) 875; coffee (Coffea spp.) 730; jackfruit (Artocarpus
spp.) 150; cashew (Anacardium spp) 200; rambutan (Nephelium spp.) 100; kakauate (Gliricidia spp.) 625; and bamboo (Bambusa spp.) 100 seedlings.
Isolation and characterization of Mexican jackfruit (Artocarpus
heterophyllus L.) seeds starch in two mature stages.
A especie Artocarpus
altilis (Parkinson) Fosberg, comumente conhecida como fruteira-pao, e originaria das ilhas da Oceania.
The objectives of this study were to determine the following: (1) leaf litter decomposition rates for four commonly planted horticultural agroforestry tree species (Artocarpus
heterophyllus, Mangifera indica, Zizyphus jujuba, and Litchi chinensis) in the dry season (from December to May with average monthly rainfall of 45 mm) and wet season (from June to November with average monthly rainfall of 240 mm), (2) return rates of N, P, and K to the soil for these species in the dry and wet seasons, and (3) the best species to use on the basis of nutrient return through leaf litter decomposition.