Manilkara zapota


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Related to Manilkara zapota: sapodilla, Chikoo
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Noun1.Manilkara zapota - large tropical American evergreen yielding chicle gum and edible fruitManilkara zapota - large tropical American evergreen yielding chicle gum and edible fruit; sometimes placed in genus Achras
sapodilla plum, sapota, sapodilla - tropical fruit with a rough brownish skin and very sweet brownish pulp
fruit tree - tree bearing edible fruit
genus Manilkara, Manilkara - genus of large evergreen trees with milky latex; pantropical
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Sapoti--Although sapoti seedlings (Manilkara zapota) have been used as rootstock for the production of grafted nursery trees, other species are also suitable, such as M.
Efecto del almacenamiento de las semillas y la condicion de luz postsiembra sobre la germinacion y algunas caracteristicas morfologicas de plantas de nispero (Manilkara zapota (L.) P.
Talisia olivaeformis (H.B.K.) Radlk Chrysophyllum mexicanum Bramdegee sapotaceae Manilkara zapota (L.) Royen Pouteria sapota (Jacq.) H.E.
In Vitro Anti- Inflammatory Activity of Mangifera indica and Manilkara zapota Leaf Extract.
SAPODILLA (Manilkara zapota): A tropical American species that produces abundant, juicy, sweet fruit for much of the year.
Similarly, Oliveira, Afonso, and Costa (2011), for sapodilla (Manilkara zapota L.) lyophilized powder, found a higher value of moisture content in the molecular monolayer applying the model of BET.
Velraj, Optimization of biodiesel production from Manilkara zapota (L.) seed oil using Taguchi method., Fuel, 140, 90 (2015).
Thus, it becomes relevant to know what the benefits of Manilkara zapota aqueous leaf extract has on uric acid levels as well as to know what causes the potential property of the plant to lower uric acid levels if there are any.
Mango Mangifera indica, nasberry Manilkara zapota, tamarind Tamarindus indica, neem Azadirachta indica and other plants with ornamental, medicinal and/or nutritional value are commonly found at residential gardens and farms, and also provide food to the parrot.
La abundancia de arboles como el ramon (Brosimum alicastrum), zapote (Manilkara zapota) y moraceas como Ficus sp., en los sitios de muestreo pudo favorecer la alta abundancia de murcielagos frugivoros, debido a que la disponibilidad de alimento influye sobre el tamano y la complejidad de los ensambles de murcielagos (Dumont 2003).
En la selva se encuentran las especies maderables, el chicozapote (Manilkara zapota), ademas de las comestibles y las medicinales; en la sabana habita el palo de tinte (Haematoxylon campechanum), y en la costa abunda la pesca.