wild mango


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Related to wild mango: wild mango tree, Bush mango
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Noun1.wild mango - African tree with edible yellow fruit resembling mangoswild mango - African tree with edible yellow fruit resembling mangos; valued for its oil-rich seed and hardy green wood that resists termites
dika nut - edible oil-rich seed of wild mango
fruit tree - tree bearing edible fruit
genus Irvingia, Irvingia - wild mango
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Amatullah Lokhand, meanwhile, shared her team's menu which included 'hibiscus tea with wild mango fusion of ginger soda' and 'Mango chia seed and coconut pudding'.
New York, NY, April 25, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Shine Soaps, a natural soap producing company that is already known for evoking high-flying deeds when it comes to making available real natural products with a difference, proudly announces the launch of their two new sets of products, Liquid soaps - Lemon Morning and Tropical Mango, as well as Whipped Butters - Citrus Day and Wild Mango.
Infused with wild mango, this lipstick also has softening properties to give you that perfect pout.
There are dozens of delicacies served during both Kaamatan and Gawai but the most common are bambangan (a seasonal wild mango fruit) and butod (sago grub) for the former, and pansoh manok or lemongrass chicken cooked in bamboos.
It contains wild mango butter to nourish and soften the skin, and mango oil - which is rich in fatty acids - to protect against dehydration and help restore suppleness.
Researchers at the university have discovered that wild mango could be used as a possible healthier alternative to cocoa butter.
Located about 10km from Mana's eastern boundary at the Ruckomeshi river, the lodge consists of 12 wood and thatch chalets secluded amongst riverine figs, wild mango and albida trees overlooking the river.
The first prize of a cheque for CFA1m ($1,800) was awarded to the Terroir Gabon Group for its project to manufacture and market a chocolate substitute made from odika (wild mango) kernels.
serpentina (diptera: Tephritidae) on a wild mango tree (Mangifera indica) harboring three mcphail traps.
In the same vein, [7] reported that fungal lipases of Aspergillus and Penicillium species were responsible for the lipid hydrolysis of wheat grains, while [8] reported the lipolytic activity of some moulds on wild mango (Irvingia gabonensis).
serpentina (Diptera: Tephritidae) on a wild mango tree (Mangifera indica) harbouring three McPhail traps, lnsect Science and its Application 10 (3): 309-318.
The strongest being in one accession of the wild mango species Mangifera laurina (Akem, Grice et al., 2007; Grice e Bally, 2007).