Friday, February 17, 2012

postheadericon Cherry ( Prunus avium )


Fruit Warehouse | Cherry ( Prunus avium ) | Cherries contain anthocyanins, the red pigment in berries. Cherry anthocyanins have been shown to Reduced pain and inflammation in rats. The cultivated forms are of the species of wild cherry (P. avium) to the which most cherry cultivars belong, and the sour cherry (P. cerasus), the which is Mainly used for cooking.

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postheadericon Olive ( Olea europaea )


Fruit Warehouse | Olive ( Olea europaea ) | The olive tree, Olea Europaea, has been cultivated for olive oil, fine wood, olive leaf, and the olive fruit. Considerable research supports the health-giving benefits of consuming olives, olive leaf and olive oil (see external links below for research results). Olive leaves are used in medicinal teas. Olives are now being looked at for use as a renewable energy source, using waste produced from the olive plants as an energy source That Produces 2.5 times the energy generated by burning the same amount of wood.

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postheadericon Jambu Bol (Syzygium malaccense)

 
Fruit Warehouse | Jambu Bol (Syzygium malaccense) | The names of the regions in which bo guava, guava tuft (Min.), cashew bool (Sd.), nyambu bol (Bl.), rose bolo (Mak.), guava cake (Bug.). Also, guava Darsana, dersana, tersana (Jw., Md.); Kupa maaimu (Sulawesi); nutune, lutune, Lutu you, rutuul (Malachi) and others.

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postheadericon Star fruit vegetables ( Averrhoa bilimbi )

Fruit Warehouse | Star fruit vegetables ( Belimbing wuluh ) | Short main trunk and lower branches. Oval-shaped leaflets. The flowers are small, emerging directly from the stem with flower stalks hairy. Petals five, white, yellow or lilac. If the ripe fruit is yellow or pale yellow. Fruit skin shiny and thin.

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postheadericon Bouea macrophylla (Gandaria )


Fruit Warehouse | Bouea macrophylla  (Gandaria ) | The fruit (resembling a mango) are green in color and mature to an orange / yellow. The entire fruit, Including its single seed, is edible. Flowering and fruiting times differ for Thailand and Indonesia. The tree is native to Malaysia, West Java, Burma and North Sumatra.

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postheadericon Kecapi fruit


Fruit Warehouse | Kecapi fruit | Flowers in axillary panicles in the leaf, hairy, hung, up to 25 cm. Androgynous flowers, short-stemmed; bertaju 5 petals; crown 5 pieces, yellow green, breech lanceolate, 6-8 mm; faintly aromatic. Buni slightly flattened round fruit, 5-6 cm, yellow or reddish when ripe, fluffy like velvet. Grain seeds 2-5, large, slightly flattened oval, shiny reddish brown; pieces of red beans.

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postheadericon Kiwifruit


Fruit Warehouse | Kiwifruit | The fruit had a long history before it was commercialized as kiwifruit, and therefore had many other names. Actinidia deliciosa is native to southern China. The seeds were Planted in 1906 by a Wanganui nurseryman, Alexander Allison, with the vines first fruiting in 1910. The familiar cultivar Actinidia deliciosa 'Hayward' was developed by Hayward Wright in Avondale, New Zealand around 1924.

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postheadericon Palm fruit


Fruit Warehouse | Palm fruit ( Flacourtia inermis ) | Bouquet of flowers from the (mainly female flowers cob) tapped the palm sap. Soft seeds that are often traded on the roadside as the "fruit of palm" (nungu, Tamil language). There is also a palm seed is cut in small squares for a mixture of iced drinks are commonly found dawet sale palm coast area of East Java, Paciran, Lamongan. Dawet flavor iced drinks are delicious as palm sugar sap extracts derived from the original. Old fruit flesh, a yellowish and fibrous, can be eaten fresh or cooked first.

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postheadericon Lobi-lobi ( Flacourtia inermis )


Fruit Warehouse | Lobi-lobi  ( Flacourtia inermis ) | Lobbies (Flacourtia inermis) is a fruit tree that originated the tropical Asia including Malaysia. This annual plant is in English called batoko plum, and also planted in the New World tropics. Was planted as a shade tree and its fruit is taken. People call it lubi-lubi Minangkabau, Batak, and people call it balakko.

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postheadericon Jamblang ( Syzygium cumini )


Fruit Warehouse | Jamblang  ( Syzygium cumini ) | Low branching and called round or irregular. Located opposite leaves, stemmed 1 to 3.5 cm. Round leaf blade oblong to somewhat reverse egg oval oblong, 5-25 x 2-10 cm, base wedge-shaped or rounded, blunt tip or a bit melancip, flat-brimmed, menjangat thick with a thin edge and slightly translucent. Shiny dark green on top, leaves jamblang turpentine smell when crushed somewhat. Young leaves are pink.

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postheadericon Sugar-apple ( Annona squamosa )


Fruit Warehouse | Sugar-apple ( Annona squamosa ) | Including semi-green perennial deciduous shrub or tree That Reaches 8 m in height. Intermittent leaves, simple, javelin longitudinally, 7-12 cm long and 3-4 cm wide air.

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postheadericon Noni ( Morinda citrifolia )

 
Fruit Warehouse | Noni ( Morinda citrifolia ) | M. citrifolia Grows in shady forests as well as on open rocky or sandy shores. The plant bears flowers and fruits all year round. The fruit is a multiple fruit has a pungent odor That when ripening, and is also known as Hence cheese fruit or even vomit fruit. Sometimes it is called starvation fruit. Southeast Asians and Australian Aborigines consume the fruit raw with salt or cook it with curry. The smell of the fruit also attracts fruit bats, the which aid in dispersing the seeds.

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postheadericon Sapodilla ( Manilkara zapota )


Fruit Warehouse | Sapodilla ( Manilkara zapota ) | The fruit is a large ellipsoid berry, 4-8 cm in diameter, very much resembling a smooth-skinned potato and containing two to five seeds. The fruit has a high latex content and does not ripen until picked, whereupon the fruit softens to a firmness and appearance very similar to That of a fuzzy, brown-skinned kiwifruit.

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postheadericon Soursop ( Annona muricata )

Fruit Warehouse | Soursop ( Annona muricata ) | The fruit Becomes dry and is no longer good for concentrate. Other common names include: guanabana (Spanish), graviola (Portuguese), Brazilian pawpaw, guyabano, corossolier, guanavana, toge-banreisi, Bengal durian, jackfruit Blanda, soursop, jackfruit and Londa.

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postheadericon Guava ( Psidium guajava )


Fruit Warehouse | Guava ( Psidium guajava ) | Guava juice is very popular in Hawaii, Cuba, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Venezuela, Egypt, Mexico and South Africa. In Asia, a drink is made from an infusion of Guava fruits and leaves. In Brazil, the infusion made with Guava tree leaves (cha-de-goiabeira, ie "tea" of Guava tree leaves) is Considered medicinal. Guavas are rich in dietary fiber, vitamins A and C, folic acid, and the dietary minerals, potassium, copper and manganese.

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postheadericon Salak


Fruit Warehouse | Salak | The pulp is edible. The fruit inside consists of three lobes, each containing a large inedible seed. The lobes resemble, and have the consistency of, large peeled garlic cloves. The taste is usually sweet and acidic, but its apple-like texture can Vary from very dry and crumbly (salak from Yogyakarta) to moist and crunchy (barking Bali).

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postheadericon Kurma


Fruit Warehouse | Kurma | Fruit produced by a palm tree known as a date. Dates have a single grain size of about 2 to 2.5 cm long and 6-8 mm thick. Dates are grouped into three main groups: soft (eg 'Barhee', 'Halaw', 'Khadrawy', 'Medjool'), semi-dry (eg 'Dayri', 'Deglet Noor', 'Zahidi') and dry ( for example 'Thoory'). This type of fruit depends on the content of glucose, fructose and sucrose.

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postheadericon Pomegranate ( Punica granatum )

   
Fruit Warehouse | Pomegranate ( Punica granatum ) | The exact number of seeds in a pomegranate can Vary from 200 to about 1400 seeds, Contrary to some beliefs That all pomegranates have exactly the same number of seeds. The seeds are embedded in a white, spongy, astringent pulp. Insect pests of the pomegranate include the pomegranate butterfly can Virachola Isocrates and the leaf-footed bug Leptoglossus zonatus. Grows easily from seed Pomegranate, but is commonly propagated from hardwood cuttings 25-50 cm to avoid the genetic variation of seedlings.

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postheadericon Cantaloupe ( Cantalupensis )


Fruit Warehouse | Cantaloupe ( Cantalupensis  ) | The European cantaloupe is lightly ribbed, with a gray-green skin looks quite different from That That of the North American cantaloupe. It is a round melon with firm, orange, moderately sweet flesh and a thin, reticulated, light-brown Rind.

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postheadericon Lychee ( Litchi chinensis )


Fruit Warehouse | Lychee ( Litchi chinensis ) | The lychee is cultivated in China, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, Bangladesh and northern India (in particular Bihar, the which accounts for 75% of total Indian production). South Africa and the United States (Hawaii and Florida) also have commercial lychee production.Wild trees still grow in parts of southern China and on Hainan Island. Of lychee cultivation began in the region of southern China, Malaysia, and northern Vietnam. Unofficial records refer to lychee in China as far back as 2000 BCE.

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postheadericon Kelengkeng


Fruit Warehouse | Kelengkeng | Petiole 1-20 cm long, 0.5 to 3.5 cm leaf stalk children. Extends round the child leaves, the length lk. Petals five strands, up to 6 mm long. Of a round, yellowish brown, almost bare; smooth, grainy, rough or beronak berbintil, depending on its type. Pulp (arilus) thin white and somewhat translucent.

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postheadericon Starfruit ( Carambola )


Fruit Warehouse | Starfruit ( Carambola ) | The fruit has ridges running down its sides (usually five); in cross-section, it resembles a star, Hence its name. Carambola rich in antioxidants and vitamin C and low in sugar, sodium, and acid. A. carambola has both antioxidant and antimicrobial activities: Scavenging of NO by the fruit extract is dependent on concentration and stage of ripening. 


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postheadericon Pir ( Pear )


Fruit Warehouse | Pir ( Pear ) | Altitude trees are, can reach 10-17 feet, but most species are short trees with lush leaves. Flower diameter between 2 to 4 cm. Type of fruit pome fruit 1-4 cm in diameter on wild species, while the cultivated tree produces a large pear with a size of up to 18 × 8 cm. Various forms of fruits, most species produce fruit is round. Some species such as European pear-shaped fruit growing on the bottom and thinner at the base of the fruit. 


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postheadericon Carica Papaya


Fruit Warehouse | Carica Papaya | Carica papaya was the first fruit tree to have its genome deciphered. Originally from southern Mexico (Chiapas and Veracruz particularly), Central America, and northern South America, the papaya is now cultivated in most tropical countries. In cultivation, it Grows rapidly, fruiting within 3 years. It is, however, highly frost sensitive, limiting papaya production to tropical lands Papaya fruit is a rich source of Nutrients Such as provitamin A carotenoids, vitamin C, B vitamins, dietary minerals and dietary fiber. Papaya skin, pulp and seeds also contain a variety of phytochemicals, Including polyphenols.

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