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Synonyms for Blighia

small genus of western African evergreen trees and shrubs bearing fleshy capsular three-seeded fruits edible when neither unripe nor overripe

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Bolger, "Hazard Assessment of Ackee Fruit (Blighia sapida)," Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal, vol.
Minott, "Trackinghypoglycins A and B over different maturity stages: Implications for detoxification of ackee (Blighia sapida K.D.
Udobi, "Potential Larvicidal Properties of Blighia sapida Leaf Extracts against Larvae of An.
Persad, "Pesticidal bioactivity of ackee (Blighia sapida Koenig) against three stored-product insect pests," Tropical Agriculture, vol.
Epidemic of fatal encephalopathy in preschool children in Burkina Faso and consumption of unripe ackee (Blighia sapida) fruit.
Hypoglycin A, B: biologically active polypeptides from Blighia sapida.
Proximate composition and possible industrial utilization of chemical Blighia sapida seed and seed oils.
Se realizo un diseno experimental para determinar el efecto de una solucion del arilo del fruto de Blighia sapida (Merey del Diablo), sobre la concentracion total de glucogeno en mejillones Geukensia demissa del Lago de Maracaibo, estado Zulia, Venezuela.
Palabras clave: Blighia sapida, arilo, Geukensia demissa, mejillon, glucogeno.
Bixaceae (achiote/ Fresh leaf (annatto) annatto/lip stick tree family) Blighia sapida Sapindaceae Fresh leaf (ackee, akee, or (soapberry family) achee) Bocconia frutescens Papaveraceae (poppy Fresh leaf L.
Among these species, three (Bridelia ferruginea, Blighia sapida, and Khaya senegalensis) were reported to be insecticide while four (Piliostigma thonningii, Lophira lanceolata, Tectona grandis, and Sorghum bicolor) were said to be dyes and insect repulsive (Table 6).
Among the plants used, Blighia sapida, Bridelia ferruginea, and Khaya senegalensis are even believed, and rightly so, to have insecticide properties by the Nago, the Ani, and the Bariba people (Table 6).
Akee apple fruit (Blighia sapida, Konig) is one of the popular small-scale tropical fruits and important crop but not as important as orange and mango fruits.
Adeyeye and Oyarekua [5] reported on the proximate composition and some nutritionally valuable minerals in the dehulled seeds and seed hull of Blighia sapida.
seed Sapindaceae Blighia sapida Konig seed Sapindaceae Euphoria longana Lam.