Spondias purpurea


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Related to Spondias purpurea: jocote, Spanish plum, Red Mombin
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Noun1.Spondias purpurea - common tropical American shrub or small tree with purplish fruit
mombin - purplish tropical fruit
fruit tree - tree bearing edible fruit
genus Spondias, Spondias - tropical trees having one-seeded fruit
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Haden", "Rosa" and "Tommy Atkins", Opuntia ficus indica, Pereskia bahiensis, Psidium guajava, Spondias lutea, Spondias purpurea and Spondias tuberosa are hosts of frugivorous flies in the region.
Commonly referred to as Spanish plum, Spondias purpurea is a species that belongs to the cashew family, Anacardiaceae, that is native to tropical regions of the Americas.
Cauliflora Coliflor Hylocereus undatus Pitahaya Mangifera indica Mango Spondias purpurea Jocote de corona Anacardium occidentale Jocote maranon Spathiphyllum blandum Gushnay Jacaranda mimosifolia Jacaranda Bur ser a simaruba Indio desnudo Chenopodium ambrosoides Ap azote Cucurbita fid folia Pepitoria Sechium edule Guisquil Cupressus lusitanica Cipres Equisetum hyemale Cola de caballo Ricinus communis Higuerillo Crotolaria longirostrata Chipilin Inga spp.
Se identificaron cuatro variedades de Spondias purpurea para la region (dos Criollas y dos Tuxpana).
cotinifolia, Forchhammeria pallida, Hura polyandra, Inga eriocarpa, Jacquinia pungens, Licania arborea, Lysiloma microphyllum, Lonchocarpus eriocarinalis, Pseudobombax ellipticum, Sapindus saponaria, Sideroxylon capiri, Spondias purpurea, Tabebuia chrysantha, T.
In this study, a new species of Calophya associated with hog plum, Spondias purpurea L.
Variants of Spondias purpurea or abales are crops widely used and managed by the Maya of the Yucatan peninsula, Mexico, where the highest number of variants of this species (32) has been reported for Mexico.
Production systems of Spondias purpurea (Anacardiaceae) in Central West Mexico.
Spondias purpurea (Anacardiaceae) is a tropical species whose physiological, anatomical, and agronomic plasticity allows it to grow in soils that would be otherwise unsuitable for conventional agriculture, as well as at a wide range of altitudes and in different climates.
Domestication and the distribution of genetic variation in wild and cultivated populations of the Mesoamerican fruit tree Spondias purpurea L.