Annona cherimola Mill. (Custard apple): a review on its ...

2017-7-31 · Annona cherimola Mill., commonly known as Custard apple has recently gained attention of researchers because of copious anticancer bioactive chemicals and nutrients. Plants of the Annonaceae family have a long history of medicinal use in the treatment of several disease conditions such as epilepsy, cardiac diseases, pathogenic infections, hemorrhage, ulcer, cancer, liver disorders and other ...

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Annona cherimola Mill - World Agroforestry Centre

2015-3-20 · Annona cherimola Annonaceae Mill ECOLOGY The cherimoya is subtropical or mild-temperate and does not succeed in the lowland tropics. It requires long days. In Colombia and Ecuador, it grows naturally at elevations between 1 400-2 000 m where the temperature ranges between 17-20 deg. C.

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Annona cherimola Mill.) and Atemoya Annona atemoya)

2020-6-4 · The Annona genus is part of the Annonaceae family, which comprises more than 119 species, and among them, 109 are native of tropical America [8]. Annona cherimola Mill (Cherimoya), which literally means “cold seeds”, is a small domesticated tree

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Annona cherimola {Annonaceae} Cherimoya, Custard

2020-10-24 · Annona cherimola Mill.. sect. Attae ; Common Name: Cherimoya, Custard Apple Family: Annonaceae Juss. Country of Origin: Andes of Peru' and Ecuador Description: The 'Cherimoya', a custard apple; woody tree to 8m high, briefly deciduous with sappy branches and luxuriant leathery leaves 25cm long, dull greem with pale veins, velvety on back; fragrant fleshy flowers 3cm long,

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Annona cherimola Mill. “chirimoya” (Annonaceae), una

2019-2-25 · Annona cherimola Mill. “custard apple” (Annonaceae), a fruit used for feeding in Ancient Peru, is described and illustrated in detail. Annona cherimola is found in the western slopes of Peru at 7o59’54.2” S, 78o40’09.1” W and 1632 m of altitude. We inquired about the common knowledge of

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Annona cherimola Mill. — The Plant List

Annona cherimola Mill. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Annona (family Annonaceae). The record derives from WCSP (in review) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details: Gard. Dict. ed. 8 5 1768.

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Cherimoya, Annona cherimola Mill., CUSTARD APPLE,

2019-4-2 · Cherimoya, Annona cherimola Mill., CUSTARD APPLE, Mao ye fan li zhi- Philippine Herbal Medicine - An illustrated compilation of Philippine medicinal herbs by Dr Godofredo Umali Stuart, with botanical information, chemical properties, folkloric applications and research studies

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Pollen development in Annona cherimola Mill.

2009-10-29 · In most flowering plants, pollen is dispersed as monads. However, aggregated pollen shedding in groups of four or more pollen grains has arisen independently several times during angiosperm evolution. The reasons behind this phenomenon are largely unknown. In this study, we followed pollen development in Annona cherimola, a basal angiosperm species that releases pollen in

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(Annona cherimola, Mill) - Ministerio MAG

2020-11-19 · (Annona cherimola, Mill) Opciones de consumo Es un fruto para consumir como “fruta fresca” o “fruta de mesa” y en ensaladas de frutas o agregando su pulpa a jugos de otras frutas. Rico en azúcares solubles y vitamina C, por lo que su pulpa, además

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Annona cherimola Mill. (Custard apple): a review on its ...

Annona cherimola Mill., commonly known as Custard apple has recently gained attention of researchers because of copious anticancer bioactive chemicals and nutrients. Plants of the Annonaceae family have a long history of medicinal use in the treatment of several disease conditions such as epilepsy, cardiac diseases, pathogenic infections, hemorrhage, ulcer, cancer, liver disorders and other ...

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Annona cherimola Mill.) and Atemoya Annona atemoya)

2020-6-4 · The Annona genus is part of the Annonaceae family, which comprises more than 119 species, and among them, 109 are native of tropical America [8]. Annona cherimola Mill (Cherimoya), which literally means “cold seeds”, is a small domesticated tree

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Annona cherimola {Annonaceae} Cherimoya, Custard

2020-10-24 · Annona cherimola Mill.. sect. Attae ; Common Name: Cherimoya, Custard Apple Family: Annonaceae Juss. Country of Origin: Andes of Peru' and Ecuador Description: The 'Cherimoya', a custard apple; woody tree to 8m high, briefly deciduous with sappy branches and luxuriant leathery leaves 25cm long, dull greem with pale veins, velvety on back; fragrant fleshy flowers 3cm long,

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Annona cherimola Mill. “chirimoya” (Annonaceae), una

2019-2-25 · Annona cherimola Mill. “custard apple” (Annonaceae), a fruit used for feeding in Ancient Peru, is described and illustrated in detail. Annona cherimola is found in the western slopes of Peru at 7o59’54.2” S, 78o40’09.1” W and 1632 m of altitude. We inquired about the common knowledge of

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Annona cherimola Miller - GBIF

Annona cherimola Name Synonyms Annona acutifolia Saff. Annona acutifolia Saff. ex R.E.Fr. Annona cheirimola Mill. Annona cherimola var. loxensis Linden Annona odorata Linden Annona pubescens Salisb. Annona tripetala Aiton Homonyms Annona cherimola Miller Common names Anona in Portuguese Anona-do-chile in Portuguese

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Cherimoya, Annona cherimola Mill., CUSTARD APPLE,

2019-4-2 · Cherimoya, Annona cherimola Mill., CUSTARD APPLE, Mao ye fan li zhi- Philippine Herbal Medicine - An illustrated compilation of Philippine medicinal herbs by Dr Godofredo Umali Stuart, with botanical information, chemical properties, folkloric applications and research studies

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Annona cherimola Mill. — The Plant List

Annona cherimola Mill. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Annona (family Annonaceae). The record derives from WCSP (in review) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details: Gard. Dict. ed. 8 5 1768.

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Annona cherimola Mill. (Custard apple): a review on its ...

Annona cherimola Mill is a large green fruit with black seeds widely known to possess toxic properties due to the presence of Annonaceous acetogenins. The present study investigates the anti ...

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Pollen development in Annona cherimola Mill.

2009-10-29 · In most flowering plants, pollen is dispersed as monads. However, aggregated pollen shedding in groups of four or more pollen grains has arisen independently several times during angiosperm evolution. The reasons behind this phenomenon are largely unknown. In this study, we followed pollen development in Annona cherimola, a basal angiosperm species that releases pollen in

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Annona cherimola Mill. - World Flora Online

Annona cherimola Mill., Gard. Dict., ed. 8, Annona no. 5. 1768.. Arbustos a árboles pequeños; ramas jóvenes tomentosas. Hojas elípticas, raramente lanceolado-elípticas u obovado-elípticas, 7.8 20.5 cm de largo y 3.2 11 cm de ancho, ápice obtuso a redondeado, base cuneada a obtusa y ligeramente decurrente, membranáceas, glabrescentes en la haz excepto muy escasamente puberulentas a lo ...

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Annona cherimola Mill. “chirimoya” (Annonaceae), una

2019-2-25 · Annona cherimola Mill. “custard apple” (Annonaceae), a fruit used for feeding in Ancient Peru, is described and illustrated in detail. Annona cherimola is found in the western slopes of Peru at 7o59’54.2” S, 78o40’09.1” W and 1632 m of altitude. We inquired about the common knowledge of

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Plants Profile for Annona cherimola (cherimoya)

Annona cherimola Mill. – cherimoya Subordinate Taxa. This plant has no children Legal Status. Wetland Status. Interpreting Wetland Status. Related Links. More Accounts and Images; ARS Germplasm Resources Information Network (ANCH9) Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ANCH4) ...

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Annona cherimola Mill. — The Plant List

Annona cherimola Mill. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Annona (family Annonaceae). The record derives from WCSP (in review) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details: Gard. Dict. ed. 8 5 1768.

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Annona cherimola Miller - GBIF

Annona cherimola Name Synonyms Annona acutifolia Saff. Annona acutifolia Saff. ex R.E.Fr. Annona cheirimola Mill. Annona cherimola var. loxensis Linden Annona odorata Linden Annona pubescens Salisb. Annona tripetala Aiton Homonyms Annona cherimola Miller Common names Anona in Portuguese Anona-do-chile in Portuguese

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Annona cherimola Mill. (Custard apple): a review on its ...

Annona cherimola Mill is a large green fruit with black seeds widely known to possess toxic properties due to the presence of Annonaceous acetogenins. The present study investigates the anti ...

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秘鲁番荔枝 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

2020-12-28 · 秘鲁番荔枝 A. cherimola 二名法 Annona cherimola Mill. 秘鲁番荔枝(学名: Annona cherimola ),别名毛叶番荔枝、冷子番荔枝,是一种番荔枝科的植物。它是一种常绿约三至九米高的枝叶密集的树或者灌木。原产于 ...

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Anona - Annona cherimola Mill. - Descrizione e Varietà

Anona Famiglia: Annonaceae. Annona cherimola Mill. Anona - Descrizione generale . L’ Anona è una pianta originaria del Sud America diffusa anche in Cile, California, Florida e diversi paesi del Mediterraneo. Appartiene alla famiglia delle Annonacee e al genere Annona che comprende circa 60 specie.. È una piccola pianta dalla forma tondeggiante con portamento eretto, chioma aperta e ...

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Annona cherimola — Wikipédia

2020-10-4 · Espèce Annona cherimola Mill., 1768 Classification phylogénétique Classification phylogénétique Clade Angiospermes Clade Magnoliidées Ordre Magnoliales Famille Annonaceae Le chérimolier (Annona cherimola) — appelé Cherimoya, Chirimoya, ou Churimoya en Amérique du Sud — est un arbre de la famille des Annonaceae donnant un fruit ...

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In vitro germination of cherimoya (Annona cherimola

2003-2-17 · 1. Introduction. Cherimoya, Annona cherimola Mill., is an economically important subtropical fruit species in southern Spain. Spain is world’s major producer of cherimoya, and ‘Fino de Jete’ is the leading cherimoya cultivar and there is an interest in its agronomic improvement.

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Nutritional and phytochemical composition of Annona ...

Annona cherimola Mill., commonly known as cherimoya, is a tropical fruit well known due to its tasty flavour. In the present study the antioxidant activity of pulp, peel and seeds of four cultivars from A. cherimola Mill. from Madeira Island (Madeira, Funchal, Perry Vidal and Mateus II) was analysed.

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