It also includes Securidaca longepedunculata (violet tree or Ipeta); Senna alata (candle bush or Asurun oyinbo); Senna podocarpa (Asurun ijebu); Sida acuta (broomweed or Isekotu); leaves of Spondias mombin
(hog plum or Iyeye); Uvaria chamae (Eruju); bitter leaf; and Xylopia aethiopica (Ethiopian pepper or Eeru).
BSJ: Young secondary forest, BSI: Intermediate secondary forest, BSA: Advanced secondary forest, BT: Preserved tropical forest Familia Especie BSJ Sin Con rebrote rebrote Acanthaceae Bravaisia berlandieriana 0 0 Anacardiaceae Astronium graveolens 23 4 Anacardiaceae Metopium brownei 22 3 Anacardiaceae Spondias mombin
22 3 Anacardiaceae Spondias sp.
is a tree (Anacardiaceae) native to the tropical Americas.
This result was similar to those found by Oliveira, Costa, and Afonso (2014) who obtained 8.51% for the lyophilized yellow mombin (Spondias mombin
L.) pulp powder; and Fontes, Silva, Sampaio-Neta, Costa, and Rodrigues (2014), which obtained 7.48, 5.17 and 5.26% of hygroscopicity for powders of prebiotic juice of pineapple, melon and orange, respectively.
, also known as tapereba, is a perennial fruit in process of domestication.
The type species, Spondias mombin
, of Mexico to Bolivia and eastern Brazil, and six other species, were sampled.
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capuli (Cav.) McVaugh [Rosaceae]), yellow mombin (Spondias mombin