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  • Annona cherimola

    Micropropagation and Determination of the in vitro Stability of Annona cherimola Mill. and Annona muricata L.. Zertifizierter Dokumentenserver der Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin. Proyeutu CHERLA (EU). Fomentu de Sistemes Sustentables de Produccin de Chirimoyo n'Amrica Llatina por aciu la Caracterizacin, Caltenimientu y Usu de la

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  • Anona Annona cherimola Mill. frutti esotici

    Descrizione: L'Anona oggi diffusa anche in Italia. una piccola pianta con portamento eretto, chioma aperta e sviluppo lento. Ad aprile si ha la maturazione dei frutti che contengono un seme bruno avvolto da una polpa bianca aromatica, butirrosa, con sapore simile all'ananas e alla banana.

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  • Integrated valorization of Annona cherimola Mill. seeds

    (Annona cherimola Mill.) seeds, which are lipid-rich (ca. 30%) and have a significant lignocellulosic fraction, were used as an example of a residue without any current valorization. Firstly, the lipid fraction was obtained by solvent extraction. Extraction yield varied from 13% to 28%, according to the extraction method and time,

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  • Cherimoya, Annona cherimola

    Annona cherimola Miller, the cherimoya, is thought to originate from cold but frost-free valleys of the Andes (southern Ecuador and northern Peru) at an altitude of between 700 and 2400 m. 3 The name Cherimoya originates from the Quechua word chirimuya, which means "cold seeds," because the plant grows at high altitudes and the seeds will germinate at higher altitudes.

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  • Cherimoya, Annona cherimola Mill., CUSTARD APPLE, Mao ye

    • Alkaloids / Annona cherimola x Annona squamosa / Leaves: Atemoya is an interspecific annonaceous hybrid between A. cherimola Mill. and A. squamosa L. Phytochemical screening yielded seven alkaloids, including two aporphine (annonaine and asimilobine), three oxoaporphine (lanuginosine, liriodenine, and lysicamine) and two proaporphine (pronuciferine and stepharine). The species is an important source

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  • Category:Annona cherimola

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  • GERMINATION OF ATEMOYA ( Annona Cherimola Mill. x A

    Germination of (Annona cherimola Mill. x A. squamosa L.) seeds treatments with plant growth regulators121 by using 500 mg L-1 GA 3 on seeds of atemoya cv. Gefner. Silva et al. (2007) detected 43% germination when 500 M GA 4+7 were applied onA. crassiflora seeds. This study aimed to evaluate the germination of atemoya

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  • Cherimoya

    Annona cherimola. Certainly the most esteemed of the fruits of the genus Annona (family Annonaceae), the cherimoya, A. cherimola Mill., because of its limited distribution, has acquired few colloquial names, and most are merely local variations in spelling, such as

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  • Value chains of cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.) in a

    Cherimoya (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].

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  • Annona cherimola {Annonaceae} Cherimoya, Custard Apple

    Family: Annonaceae Juss. 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, directly from woody branches, yellow or brown-tomentose outside,

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  • (Annona cherimola, Mill)

    (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 azcares solubles y vitamina C, por lo que su pulpa, adems

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  • A catechol oxidase AcPPO from cherimoya ( Annona cherimola

    The cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.), the most cultivated species of this family, is an exotic subtropical fruit native to South America . The organoleptic characteristics of this fruit make it very attractive for use in fresh-cuts, but, like many other fruits, the cherimoya is extremely susceptible to browning caused mainly by polyphenol oxidase (PPO) enzyme activity [4] .

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  • Annona cherimola

    References []. Miller, P., Gard. Dict. ed. 8 5 1768. The gardeners dictionary :containing the best and newest methods of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit, flower garden, and nursery, as also for performing the practical parts of agriculture, including the management of vineyards, with the methods of making and preserving wine, according to the present practice of the most skilful

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  • ITIS Standard Report Page: Annona cherimola

    Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in

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  • Annona cherimola Mill.

    Annona cherimola Mill. Annonaceae Anona, Cherimoya, Chirimolla, Chirimoya, Custard Apple, Sherbet-fruit. Food and feed crops of the United States. (also includes information on Annona diversifolia) Outside links: Cherimoya can be found in Lost Crops of the Incas from National Academy Press.

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  • Annona

    Annona species are taprooted, evergreen or semideciduous, tropical trees or shrubs. This fruit typically grows in areas where temperature does not drop below 28 F (-2 C), especially Cuba, Jamaica, and the Philippines. However, it has also been known to grow in certain areas of Florida.

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  • ANNONA CHERIMOLA Mill.

    ANNONA CHERIMOLA Mill. Familia: Annonaceae Cherimola, alude igualmente a su nombre popular Chirimoya. Descripcin: rbol pequeo, de 5-7 m de altura, con el tronco recto de corteza lisa y gruesa. Ramaje tendente a colgar, frondoso, emitiendo brotes anuales muy largos. Hojas persistentes, simples, enteras, de forma oblongo-lanceolada, de

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  • Annona cherimola

    L'Annona cherimola una pianta appartenente alla famiglia Annonaceae originaria degli altipiani andini di Per, Ecuador, Colombia e Bolivia, diffusa anche in Cile, California, Florida, Africa del sud e in vari paesi del Mediterraneo.

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  • Annona cherimola Mill.

    The cherimoya is a subtropical fruit belonging to the Annonaceae family (Schroeder, 1956). Other edible fruits of this genus are obtained from Annona squamosa, A. muricata, and A. atemoya, all subtropical, but with lower eating quality than cherimoya (Brown et al., 1988; Crdoba, 1961).

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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) (data supplied on 2012-03-23 ) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details: Gard. Dict. ed. 8 5 1768 .

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  • The Cherimoya (Annona Cherimola, Mill.). Continued

    The name cherimoya or one of its variants is sometimes applied to other species of Annona. From its habitat in South America, the cherimoya early spread northward into Mexico; much later it passed into the West Indies, the southern part of South America, and across the seas to the islands near the African coast, to the Mediterranean region, and to India, Polynesia, and Africa.

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  • Annona cherimola Mill.

    Annona cherimola Mill. 1. SELECCIN DE LA ESPECIE 1.1 Objetivos 1.1.1 Restauracin y proteccin 1.1.2 Agroforestal 1.1.3 Urbano 1.1.4 Comercial Los rboles se cultivan en plantaciones y huertos familiares para la comercializacin de los frutos (1). 1.1.5 Otros 2. DESCRIPCIN DE LA ESPECIE 2.1 Taxonoma 2.1.1 Nombre cientfico

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  • Annona cherimola

    Annona cherimola es un rbol perteneciente a la familia de las anonceas cuyo fruto comestible es la chirimoya o chirimoyo (del quechua chiri, fro, fra, muya, semillas, puesto que germina a elevadas altitudes). Es considerada una de las frutas tropicales ms apreciadas dentro del gnero.

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  • Annona cherimola

    The cherimoya (Annona cherimola ), also spelled chirimoya and called chirimuya by the Inca people, is an edible fruit-bearing species of the genus Annona from the family Annonaceae, which generally is thought to be native to Ecuador, Colombia, Peru and Bolivia then transported to the Andes and Central America. Today, cherimoya is grown in tropical regions throughout the world.

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  • Cherimoya – Wikipedia

    Mill. Cherimoya ( Annona cherimola ) ist eine Pflanzenart innerhalb der Familie der Annonengewchse (Annonaceae). Ursprnglich aus Sdamerika stammend, wird die Cherimoya als Obstbaum in den Subtropen und hheren Lagen der Tropen verbreitet angebaut.

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  • Cherimoya – Wikipedia

    Mill. Cherimoya ( Annona cherimola ) ist eine Pflanzenart innerhalb der Familie der Annonengewchse (Annonaceae). Ursprnglich aus Sdamerika stammend, wird die Cherimoya als Obstbaum in den Subtropen und hheren Lagen der Tropen verbreitet angebaut.

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