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Synonyms for baobab

African tree having an exceedingly thick trunk and fruit that resembles a gourd and has an edible pulp called monkey bread

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More recently, the baobabs have become important ecotourism values as the A.
The African and Madagascarian baobabs are threatened with depletion or extinction for some species.
Baobab tree can be propagated by seeds and vegetatively as well.
a Baobab producer based in Benin and Olympia, WA began collaborating with the Trade Hub to help advance Baobab's recognition and appreciation in the US market.
If through collaboration with Trade Hub we can open markets, create employment and revalue this resource, Atacora Essential could lead the charge for sustainable community development in Baobab producing regions.
Atacora Essential will be exhibiting at Expo West (Booth 1595), and Leslie Shages, Market Linkages Manager for West Africa Trade Hub will be in attendance helping to promote Baobab in the natural food industry.
The amount of ascorbic acid found in the baobab fruit pulp under investigation was 264.
This calibration curve was subsequently used to determine the mg AAE present in each gram of baobab fruit pulp.
2004), Chemical and Nutrient Analysis of Baobab (Adansonia digitata).