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sour·sop

 (sour′sŏp′)
n.
1. A tropical American evergreen tree (Annona muricata) widely cultivated for its spiny, yellow-green fruit with tart edible pulp.
2. The fruit of this tree. In both senses also called guanabana.

soursop

(ˈsaʊəˌsɒp)
n
1. (Plants) a small West Indian tree, Annona muricata, having large spiny fruit: family Annonaceae
2. (Cookery) the fruit of this tree, which has a tart edible pulp. Compare sweetsop
[C19: so called because of the flavour and consistency of the pulp]

sour•sop

(ˈsaʊərˌsɒp, ˈsaʊ ər-)

n.
1. the large, dark green, slightly acid, pulpy fruit of a small West Indian tree, Annona muricata, of the annona family.
2. the tree itself.
[1660–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.soursop - small tropical American tree bearing large succulent slightly acid fruitsoursop - small tropical American tree bearing large succulent slightly acid fruit
guanabana, soursop - large spiny tropical fruit with tart pulp related to custard apples
custard apple, custard apple tree - any of several tropical American trees bearing fruit with soft edible pulp
2.soursop - large spiny tropical fruit with tart pulp related to custard apples
custard apple - the fruit of any of several tropical American trees of the genus Annona having soft edible pulp
Annona muricata, prickly custard apple, soursop, soursop tree - small tropical American tree bearing large succulent slightly acid fruit
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Dietary fibre content, phenolic compounds and antioxidant activity in Soursops (Annona muricata L).
2005) reported antioxidant activity determined by DPPH in the pulp of tropical fruits (passion fruit, blackberry, pineapple, soursop, mango, grape) in the range of 174.
Add to that the islands' plentiful coconuts, pumpkins, mangoes, papayas, soursops and chilies, and you have a fairly diverse range of dishes at hand.
lt;<Dietary fibre content, phenolic compounds and antioxidant activity in soursops (Annona muricata L.
02611M and color parameters inside the soursop with Malathion for each time period evaluated are presented.
Tropical fruit grows in abundance, from mangoes and papayas to the lesser known custard apples and soursops.
Apart from sampling locally grown papayas, mango, soursops, passionfruit and guavas, foodies are in for a palate-fest.
Some of the fruit crop seedlings which are to be made available include guavas, mangoes, breadfruits, naseberries, ackees, cashews, nutmegs, soursops, jackfruits, avocados, tamarinds, june plums and otaheite apples.
These foods include mushrooms, mangos, tomatoes, lemons, oranges, orange kinkans (kumquats), tea, garlic, guavas, papayas, acai and soursops (ARuomA et al.
The consume of soursop fruit has increased in the last years because in the pulp has been identified some bioactive compounds as polyphenols and acetogenins which are associated with prevention of diverse pathologies, such as neurodegeneration, cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular, and anti-inflammatory diseases (ANDRADE AND FASOLO, 2014; CORTES et al.