Mangifera indica

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Synonyms for Mangifera indica

large evergreen tropical tree cultivated for its large oval fruit

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Host plant Host species Kg of family sampled fruit Anacardiaceae Mangifera indica L.
Studies on the antidiabetic effects of Mangifera indica stem-barks and leaves on nondiabetic, type 1 and type 2 diabetic model rats.
Mangifera indica Linn is commonly grown in many parts of the world and the plant parts have been widely used to treat various ailments in traditional medicines (Sadakane et al.
Trees of Acacia nilotica followed by Mangifera indica were utilized for nesting by Cattle Egrets in the study area.
on Mangifera indica, 26-VI-2013; Saissetia coffeae (Walker), on Cycas sp.
Glucose absorption in gut may be inhibited by a compound or compounds present within the stems, as observed with Mangifera indica L.
Non L AA-15-07 Amaranthus dubius Thell W Leaves AA-23-07 Anacardiaceae Rhus vulgarius Meikle W Fruit AA-31-07 Mangifera indica L.
Methanolic leaf extract of Mangifera indica (MEMI) was subjected to bioactivity guided fractionation in order to identify the active antidiabetic constituent.
Alternately, glucose absorption in gut may be inhibited by a compound or compounds, as observed with Mangifera indica L.
Aim: The present study investigates the efficacy of Mangifera indica ethyl acetate extract (MIEE) and its bioactive compound, 313-taraxerol in the reversal of dexamethasone (DEX) induced insulin resistance in 3[beta]-adipocytes.
The site is at the boundary of tropical dry forest, tropical moist forest, and tropical premontane life zones (Tosi 1969), and contains a mosaic of mangroves (Avicennia, Rhizophora, Laguncularia), dry deciduous forest, semi-deciduous forests, mixed coconut (Cocos) forest, beaches, evergreen forest, pastures, and plantations of Tectona grandis and Mangifera indica (Vaughan et al.
Alternately, a compound or compounds may inhibit glucose absorption in gut, as observed with Mangifera indica L.
0 Table 6: Fruits available on the market for students Fruits Fruits (Scientific name) (Common name) Blackberries Rubus fruticosus Grape fruit Citrus paradise Tangerine Citrus reticulata Cantaloupe Cucumis melo Strawberries Fragaria ananassa Orange Citrus sinensis Apple Malus domestica Banana Musa acuminata Peach Prunus persica Pear Pyrus communis Apricot Prunus armeniaca Pine apple Ananas comosus Water melon Citrullus lanatus Mango Mangifera indica Pawpaw Carica papaya Guava Psidium guajava Grapes Vitis vinifera Lime/lemon Citrus aurantiifolia/ Citrus limon Passion fruit Passiflora edulis Fruits Participants' response (Common name) Available Blackberries [44.