Malay apple

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(Bot.) a myrtaceous tree (Eugenia Malaccensis) common in India; also, its applelike fruit.

See also: Malay

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Malay apple, otherwise known as Syzygium malaccense, is a specie of flowering tree native to Malesia and Australia.
The organic compost was prepared with dry leaves (mixture of leaves from Syzygium malaccense, Inga edulis, Mangifera indica and Zoysia japonica) and bovine manure at a ratio of 3:1 by volume.
Trees that were compatible with the conditions on Pasay Road were bignay and auili; bagilumbang, alagaw and talisay were suitable for Roxas Boulevard; while exotic trees Syzygium malaccense or Malay apple, Cratoxylum formosum or pink mempat and Ficus elastica or rubber fig were expected to survive despite the air pollution on Taft Avenue.
Mangueiras (Mangifera indica), ficus (Ficus benjamina) e jambeiros (Syzygium malaccense), juntos, representam mais da metade (57,41%) das arvores existentes nas vias urbanas, o que foge ao recomendado pela literatura.
Propagacao de jambeirovermelho (Syzygium malaccense L.) por estaquia de ramos herbaceos.