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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Entre as especies identificadas, produzem frutos comestiveis Anacardium occidentale, Mangifera indica, Licania rigida, Terminalia catappa, Tamarindus indica L., Psidium guajava, Syzygium malaccense e Citrus x limon, representando 12,74% dos especimes avaliados, e apenas Castanhola e Jambo ocorre nas duas cidades.
Mathew, "Synthesis of platinum nanoparticles using dried Anacardium occidentale leaf and its catalytic and thermal applications," Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, vol.
The two diets were made on the basis of standardized ileal digestible (SID) amino acids and consisted of a basal diet (T0) and dietary inclusion of 0.50 % of mixed powder of medicinal plant leaves (T1) (60% of Anacardium occidentale, 20% of Psidium guajava, and 20% of Morinda citrifolia), formulated to NRC [13] to meet nutrient requirements.
FAMILY Origin in Fruits Mass PP Species N/I I/c (n) (kg) (n) ANACARDIACEAE Anacardium occidentale L.
The highest concentration was noted in Anacardium occidentale (480 mgTAE/g) followed by Ceiba pentandra (420 mgTAE/g) and then Chlorophora excelsa (300 mgTAE/g).
Anesthetic, bactericidal, and insecticidal properties of extracts and phytochemicals derivatives from Anacardium occidentale have been reported by different authors [2-9].
Considering the importance of detailed studies in providing a better understanding and characterization of leaf morphology, this work analyzed the ultrastructural differences and compared the water repellency of the adaxial and abaxial sides of fresh leaves of Anacardium occidentale L.
Acute and subchronic toxicity of anacardium occidentale linn (anacardiaceae) leaves hexane extract in mice.