Annona Cherimola Mill

Annona cherimola Mill. - 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 Mill. Common names Cherimoya in German Chirimoya in language.

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(PDF) Annona cherimola Mill. "chirimoya" (Annonaceae), …

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 ...

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Changes in Sugars and Organic Acids in Cherimoya …

The Unusual Acid-Accumulating Behavior during Ripening of Cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.) is Linked to Changes in Transcription and Enzyme Activity Related to Citric and Malic Acid Metabolism. Molecules 2016, 21 (5), 398.

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[PDF] Pollen development in Annona cherimola Mill ...

Abstract Cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.) is a subtropical fruit tree highly dependent on pollination and in most parts of the world hand pollination is a common agricultural practice. However, … Expand

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Annona cherimola Mill. "chirimoya" (Annonaceae), una …

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. (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, …

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Reproductive barriers in Annona cherimola (Mill.)

Cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.) is a fruit crop native to inter-Andean valleys between Peru and Ecuador (Popenoe 1921), belonging to the basal family Annona-ceae. Its greenish flowers are borne single or in groups of two or three in the petiolar scars left after leaf abscission

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Cherimoya, Annona cherimola - Growables

Annona cherimola Mill, Agroforestree Database Cherimoya Botanical Art List of Growers and Vendor: Bibliography 1 Fruits of Warm Climates. Julia F. Morton, Miami, 1987. 2 Vieth, Robert. "Cherimoya." University of California …

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Characterization of Annona cherimola Mill. seed oil from ...

Characterization of Annona cherimola Mill. seed oil from Madeira Island: a possible biodiesel feedstock. Branco, P. C. Castilho, P. C. Rosa, M. F. Ferreira, J. Centro de Química da Madeira, Universidade da Madeira, Campus Universitário ...

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(Annona cherimola, Mill) - mag.go.cr

(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. | Plants of the World Online | Kew ...

Annona cherimola. Mill. This species is accepted, and its native range is W. South America. It is used as a poison and a medicine and for food. On this …

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Annona cherimola Mill. X Annona squamosa - UFV

cherimola Mill. X Annona squamosa L.) The present study had as the main objective the documentation and characterization of the different phenological stages, as well as the definition of the thermal requirements, of the atemoya tree for two agronomic seasons. From shoot

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Pollen development in Annona cherimola Mill. …

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 …

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Annona Cherimola - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Annona cherimola Mill Annona cherimola or cherimoya is believed to have originated in the highland Andes valley between Peru and Ecuador and is considered as the best of the Annonaceae fruits. Annona cherimola is known as cherimoya (Spanish), cherimolier (French), anona (Mexico), and noina ostrelia (Thailand).

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Value Chains of Cherimoya (Annona Cherimola Mill.) in a ...

Annona cherimola . Mill.) is one of the many edible fruit species in the . Annona . genus [1] that belongs to the Annonaceae family in the Magnoliales order [2]. It is a semi-deciduous, erect, but low-branched tree, frequently branched off at ground level [1,3]. The heart-shaped cherimoya fruit usually weighs between 150 and 500 g [4].

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Annona cherimola (cherimoya) - CABI.org

Agustín JA, 1997. El cultivo de la chirimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.) en el estado de Michoacán, México. Proceedings of the Interamerican Society for Tropical Horticulture, 41:152-161. Agustín JA, 1999. Advances in research on genetic …

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Annona cherimola Mill.

Galapagos Species List - Annona cherimola Mill. Map of specimen collection localities or observation records for this species in our collections database.

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Mapping genetic diversity of cherimoya (Annona …

This study focuses on cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.), an underutilized fruit tree species that belongs to the Annonaceae, a family included within the Magnoliales in the Eumagnoliid clade among the early-divergent angiosperms [10]. This Neotropical tree species still is in its initial stages of domestication [11] and it is

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Annona cherimola Mill - apps.worldagroforestry.org

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. (Custard apple): a review on its ...

Annona cherimola Mill., or the custard apple, is one of the species belonging to the Annonaceae family, is widely used in traditional medicine, and has been reported to be a valuable source of ...

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Cherimoya, Annona cherimola Mill., CUSTARD APPLE, Mao …

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 …

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Characterization of Annona cherimola Mill. Seed Oil from ...

On the Madeira Island, Annona cherimola Mill. is consumed as fresh fruit and part of the production is exported. Yet, since this is a very sensitive fruit, approximately half of the total production is lost and 500 tons of waste are produced every year and this is usually disposed off or used as fertilizer.

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Annona cherimola Mill. - conafor.gob.mx:8080

1 Annona cherimola Mill. 1. SELECCIÓN DE LA ESPECIE 1.1 Objetivos 1.1.1 Restauración y protección 1.1.2 Agroforestal 1.1.3 Urbano 1.1.4 Comercial Los árboles se cultivan en plantaciones y huertos familiares para la comercialización de los frutos (1).

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Annona cherimola Mill. - Purdue University

Annona cherimola Mill. Annonaceae Anona, Cherimoya, Chirimolla, Chirimoya, Custard Apple, Sherbet-fruit. NewCROP has Cherimoya information at: Cherimoya—Julia Morton, Fruits of warm climates. Atemoya—Julia Morton, …

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