Anacardium occidentale

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Synonyms for Anacardium occidentale

tropical American evergreen tree bearing kidney-shaped nuts that are edible only when roasted

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FAMILY Origin in Fruits Mass PP Species N/I I/c (n) (kg) (n) ANACARDIACEAE Anacardium occidentale L.
With the aim of gaining insight into epidermal structure, composition, epicuticular wax, and function in relation to water-leaf surface interactions, we analyzed the adaxial and abaxial leaf surface of Anacardium occidentale L.
Antibacterial agents from the cashew Anacardium occidentales (Anacardiaceae) nut shell oil.
El objetivo fue evaluar el efecto nutraceutico del polvo de retonos y hojas de Anacardium occidentale en las dietas de pollitas ponedoras de reemplazo White Leghorn L-33.
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).
Anacardium occidentale belongs to the family Anacardiaceae.
13]C permitio identificar al compuesto 1 como el 5-[8'(Z),11'(Z),14-pentadecatrienil]resorcinol, aislado previamente a partir de Anacardium occidentale (Tyman JHP, 1979); al compuesto 2 como el 5-[8'(Z),11'(Z)-pentadecadienil]resorcinol, identificado previamente en Anacardium occidentale (Tyman JHP, 1979) y al 3 como el 5-[8'(Z)-pentadecenil]resorcinol, el cual ha sido registrado previamente como constituyente de Anacardium occidentale (Tyman JHP, 1979), Knema elegans (Spencer G et al.
50] = <100 [micro]g/ml) organic extracts include Anacardium occidentale, Annona reticulate, Garuga pinnata, Crateva religiosa, Cephalotaxus fortunei, Anogeissus pendula, Juniperus osteosperma, Dipterocarpus grandiflorus, Diospyros dichrophylla, Gnetum scandens, Mammea africana, Gonocaryum lobbianum, Strychnos aculeate, Melia azedarach, Mirabilis jalapa, Olax subscorpioidea, Ximenia americana, Pittosporum crassifolium, Plantago aristata, Albizia amara, and Strychnos potatorum.
Due to the difficulty of finding previously published data for leaf nutrient levels to compare with the results of this study, the results were compared to those reported by Crisostomo and Naumov (2009) for Anacardium occidentale L.