Anacardium


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Trox, J., et al., Bioactive compounds in cashew nut (Anacardium occidentale L.) kernels: effect of different shelling methods.
Antitumor agents from the cashew (Anacardium occidentale) apple juice.
Antimicrobial properties of different parts of Semecarpus anacardium. Indian Drugs 1996; 33: 323-8.
Cashew nuts, Anacardium occidentale, are the fruits of a tropical tree, having a crescent-like shape.
33.6 in Anacardium occidentale [17]; 31.2 in Parkia biglobosa seeds [18]; 22.1 in endosperm of ripe coconut [19], 37.6 - 51.8 in six different varieties of dehulled Sphenostylis stenocarpa flour [20]; values from oil seeds such as 45.2 in pigeon pea [21], 53.4 (melon seed), 38.3 (pumpkin seed), and 53.6 (gourd seed) respectively [22]; and soy bean with 44.4 [23].
Influence of various carbohydrates on shoot developments in nodal cultures of different genotypes of Anacardium occidentale was reported (Gammas & Bessa 2006).
Anacardium occidentale L (Anacardiaceae), a fruit tree grown widely in tropical and sub-tropical areas is cultivated in Africa, south America, India, especially in costal districts of Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and West Bengal for its cashew nuts (Kernel).
Comparative assessment of DNA fingerprinting techniques (RAPD, ISSR and AFLP) for genetic analysis of cashew (Anacardium occidentals L.) accessions of India.
Evaluation of pilot scale cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) oil extraction process in Laboratorio de Ingenieria Quimica, Universidad de Carabobo
1978), and is similar to the concentration of sugar (77.7%) exuded at the EFNs of cashew (Anacardium occidentale) (Wunnachit et al.
Anacardium occidentale belongs to the family Anacardiaceae.