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Jackfruit, Artocarpus heterophylus, is not a host of Diaphorina citri (Homoptera: Psyllidae) in Florida.
reductase inhibitory components from heartwood of Artocarpus incisus: structure-activity investigations.
Leguminous and non-leguminous forage species used for the experiment Family Common name Botanical name Rhizophoraceae Dawata Carallia integerrima Euphorbiaceae Kebella Aporosa lindeliyana Boraginaceae Imbul Ceiba perntandra Moraceae Jak fruit Artocarpus heterophyllus Leguminoseae Ipil ipil Leucaena leucocephala Leguminoseae Glirizidia Gliricidia sepium Table 2.
Relative to other tribes in the country, plant mixtures were also noted to be more effective in treating a particular ailment, like the mixture of boiled leaves of Persea Americana, Artocarpus heterophyllus, Psidium guajava, Syzygium malaccense, and Chrysophyllum cainito is more effective to treat diarrhea.
Four different panels such as wood of Artocarpus hirsutus, fiber glass reinforced plastic (FRP), stainless steel (316L) and carbon steel which are widely used to construct ship hulls, boats and other structures were used for the present study.
Comments: Artonox is obtained from the dried heartwood of artocarpus lakoocha.
Efect of Artocarpus heterophyllus and Asteracanthus longifolia on glucose tolerance in normal human subjects and in maturity-onset diabetic patients.
The tree names Mo (the Jackfruit, Artocarpus integer) and Mai (Alstonia spectabilis) are respectively homonymous with Nage words for 'to want, desire' and 'come' (implying an act of inviting or beckoning).
Dominant tree species are Mussaenda philippica, Physalis angulata, Artocarpus blancoi, Albizia lebbeck, and Rubus rosaefolius.
jackfruit, Artocarpus heterophyllus; or pineapple, Ananas comosus
Cytotoxic effects of new geranyl chalcone derivatives isolated from the leaves of Artocarpus communis in SW 872 human liposarcoma cells.
Fry 2010a Cytotoxicity and polyphenol diversity in selected parts of Mangifera pajang and Artocarpus odoratissimus fruits.
citri, the species has adapted through evolutionary time possibly modifying its physiognomy, physiology and phenology in concordance with host and environmental variations (Hollis 1987; Halbert & Manjunath 2004; Hodkinson 2009; Tsagkarakis & Rogers 2010) to exploit a host range that includes more than 25 species in the Rutaceae (Sapindales) as well as Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam.