calabura


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Synonyms for calabura

a fast-growing tropical American evergreen having white flowers and white fleshy edible fruit

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"Actually, the results of the study on muntingia calabura or the sarisa, it does contain anti-diabetic properties and it is very rich in antioxidants," she shared.
The species Guazuma ulmifolia, Muntingia calabura and Schinus terebinthifolius were responsible for 75% of the number of individuals, each one containing 221, 206 and 205 plants, respectively.
In a ceremony, 50 forest and fruit-tree seedlings such as bignay (Antidesma bunius), lipote (Syzigium curanii), kalumpit (Terminalia edulis), aratiles (Muntingia calabura) and duhat (Syzigium cumini) were planted by the signatories, their staff and children of World War II veterans and war heroes.
La familia Elaeocarpaceae estuvo representada por Muntingia calabura, especie reportada por Espina & Ordetx (1983) para Latinoamerica y no se encontraron citas de la especie como parte de la flora melifera del estado.
Com relacao a resposta ao acido giberelico, verifica-se, pelos resultados obtidos na especie em estudo, uma divergencia altamente significativa em comparacao com outras especies como Muntingia calabura L.
Otras especies arboreas como Pithecellobium multiflorum (Angolo), Muntingia calabura (Cerezo), Capparis mollis (Suno) y Celtis iguanaea (Palo blanco), fueron observadas en los alrededores de las areas de muestreo, en tanto que Tabebuia billbergii (Guayacan), Terminalia valverdae (Guarapo) y Cedrela sp.
Muntingia calabura also known as Jamaica cherry belongs to the family Elaeocarpaceae.
Como fuente de alimento de la pava aliblanca se ha mencionado a Prosopis chilensis (algarrobo), Acacia macracantha (faique) y Scutia spicata (lipe) (De Macedo 1979) y Muntingia calabura (cerezo), Pithecellobium excellsum (chaquiro), Ficus passiflora (higueron), Loxopterigium huasango (hualtaco), Cordia lutea (overo), Bursera graveolens (palo santo), Caricaparviflora (papaya silvestre) y Capparisavicennifolia (vichayo) (Lerner 2003); sin embargo, en ninguno de estos trabajos se abordan aspectos fenologicos de las especies mencionadas.
Em contrapartida, os substratos papel e areia (entre e sobre), nas temperaturas de 20 e 30[grados]C constantes, proporcionaram os menores indices de velocidade de germinacao em sementes de Muntingia calabura L.
Removing floral buds of early flowers, increased the probability of fruit set of later flowers in Calochortus leichtlinii (Holtsford 1985), increased ovary size of late flowers in Solanum carolinense (Solomon 1988) and increased ovary diameter of last-position flowers without modifying the number of anthers in Muntingia calabura (Bawa and Webb 1983).