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Synonyms for Irvingia

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(Malvaceae), beans of Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam (Convolvulaceae), leaves of Irvingia gabonensis (Aubry.
Keywords: Biomass, Irvingia gabonensis, Kinetics, Isotherms, Thermodynamics.
The potential of Irvingia gabonensis: Can it contribute to the improvement the livelihoods of producers in Southern Cameroon?
"Ogbono" (Irvingia gabonensis) also shares the same food group with "ukpo" (Mucuna urens) and melon seed.
11 = 102 19-50 (Irvingia (2009) [29] gabonensis) Cissus (15) Oben et al.
Today, ICRAF works in more than 500 Cameroonian villages with more than 15 types of indigenous fruit trees, including safou (Dacryodes edulis) and bush mango (Irvingia gabonensis)." Ann Degrande, a socioeconomist with ICRAF in Cameroon, says some farmers plant these trees among other crops near their home, but many integrate them on larger (but still relatively small) cacao or coffee farms.
The project aims to promote the culture of plant Irvingia gabonensis highly appreciated for the consumption of fruit by the populations of four (04) villages in the periphery of the Tai National Park ie Tchetaly, Wonsealy, Gbliglo and Gnaboya.
Physicochemical and nutrient evaluation of African bush mango (Irvingia gabonensis) seeds and pulp.
Polyphenol Content and In Vitro Antioxidant Activity of methanol extract of Seeds of Irvingia gabonensis Baill of Nigerian Origin.
Then the Irvingia gabonensis, garcinia cambogia, fucoxanthin, and chromium go to work.
The popular African mango (AM) supplements are based on extracts from the seeds of Irvingia gabonensis.
Inhibition of Irvingia gabonensis seed extract (OB131) on adipogenesis as mediated via down regulation of the PPARgamma and leptin genes and up-regulation of the adiponectin gene.
Physico-chemical changes in African Mango (Irvingia gabonensis) during normal storage ripening.
Developing improved methods of processing and utilization of kernels of Irvingia gabonesis (var.
Irvingia kernels are used in soup making as they form an important part of the West and Central African diet.