mamey sapote


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mamey sapote

n.
See sapote.
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CAT activity has been reported in mamey sapote (Pouteria sapota) and pitahaya (Hylocereus undatus) in refrigeration and then transferred to room temperature, indicating that the activity of this enzyme can be increased or maintained with no change during ripening (ALIA et al., 2005; BALOIS-MORALES et al., 2008).
Huber, "Ripening and quality responses of mamey sapote fruit to postharvest wax and 1-methylcyclopropene treatments," Postharvest Biology and Technology, vol.
Reponses of mamey sapote (Pouteria sapota) trees to continuous and cyclical flooding in calcareous soil.--Sci.
One such fruit, the mamey sapote, was extravagantly praised by Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo in his description of the New World's natural resources, Sumario de la natural historia de las Indias (1526), as "a graceful and elegant fruit, of very soft taste ...
While rambutan and other fruits such as mamey sapote (mam-EY sa-PO-tey), lychee, longan, carambola, mangosteen, and sapodilla may not be typical stateside fare, they are often the center of attention at TARS.
The company also produces exotic tropical fruits for local consumption such as mangoes, bananas, avocados, mamey sapote, sapodilla, sugar apple, star fruit, as well as green bananas.
Field trials to attract fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in commercial sapodilla, mamey sapote and carambola orchards in Puerto Rico.
But in south Florida, growers are not only producing guava, carambola, mango, papaya, and citrus, but also pitaya, sapodilla, lychee, longan, and mamey sapote. So researchers at the U.S.