Litchi chinensis


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Synonyms for Litchi chinensis

Chinese tree cultivated especially in Philippines and India for its edible fruit

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Development and significance of RAPD-SCAR markers for the identification of Litchi chinensis Sonn.
Key words: Antimicrobial finish, Azadirachata indica, Butea monosperma, Litchi chinensis and Aesthetic properties.
of broods Guava Psidium guajava 02 (*) Lychee Litchi chinensis 02 (*) Jackfruit Artocarpus heterophyllus 03 Mango Mangifera indica 09 Asian pear Pyrus pyrifolia 01 Loquat Eriobotrya japonica 01 Inclian blackbery Syzygium cumini 03 Kadamb Neolamarckia cadamba 02 (*) Mulberry Morus alba 04 27 Height of entrance Species of trees Average [+ or -] SD (range) Guava Psidium guajava 1.
These results are supported by Sharma and Grewel (1989) who studied propagation in Litchi chinensis sonn.
The long list of contented species includes lychee, or Litchi chinensis, perhaps best known for the flavorful ice cream you can often find at Asian restaurants.
Their botanic name is Litchi chinensis and they like an acid soil, so you should use an all-purpose coir or peat-based potting compost.
In response to consumer demands for products to enhance their sense of well-being, Laboratoires Serobiologiques (LS), the active ingredients business of Cognis Care Chemicals, has developed the multifunctional active Litchiderm LS 9704 (INCI: Butylene glycol and litchi chinensis pericarp extract), a lychee extract which protects and hydrates the skin, and leaves it feeling fruity-fresh.
Litchi chinensis needs winter cooling to stimulate its flowering, and it is cultivated in most parts of the world including Brazil and other Latin American countries (Diczbalis 2011; Paull & Duarte 2011).
All are descendants of China's Litchi chinensis, the source of every domesticated lychee on the planet.
The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of different seasons and two substrates on rooting of airs layers of Litchi chinensis Sonn, cultivar Bengal, to obtain seedlings for commercial cultivation.