CHRYSOPHYLLUM ALBIDUM PDF

Figure 1: Chrysophyllum albidum tree (A) and fruits (B) [17]. .. Figure 2: Fiber fractions of the freeze-dried edible parts of Chrysophyllum albidum fruit. PDF | Chrysophyllum albidum (Sapotaceae), commonly called white star apple is a very useful medicinal plant common in the tropical and. Download scientific diagram | Showing pictures of Chrysophyllum albidum fruit, tree and seed from publication: A Comprehensive Review on Ethno-Medicine.

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The absorbance of standard and test samples was also read.

Phytochemical screening of the edible parts of freeze dried Chrysophyllum albidum fruit. This study was designed to evaluate the nutritional and phytochemical contents of the albdium parts seed shell pericarp, fruit pulp and fruit-skin of C.

Three use categories food, medicinal and firewood emerged as having a high consensus degree among the informants in the region. This result is in line with the findings of Adejumo [ 49 ] who reported significant effects of different drying methods on crude fiber content of tomato powder and Oni et al. According to local socio-cultural considerations, there were several taboos regarding the species cultivation.

Pectin was determined by nitric acid extraction method and percentage content was calculated by non-enzymatic gravimetric method [ 34 chrysopyllum.

The annual rainfall ranges from to mm with 82 to rain days. Their study shows that this fruit contains saponins, tannins, triterpeniodsalkaloids, volatile oil, steroids, resins and balsam. Chrysophyllum fruits are seasonal fruits that usually fruit between December to April annually.

Fruits and fruit products are important part of food and contribute significantly to the food security of the society especially in terms of vitamins and micronutrients. Assessing forest products usage and local residents’ perception of environmental changes in peri-urban and rural mangroves of Cameroon, Central Africa.

For instance albium species was mentioned to be highly valued in traditional medicine and its fruits widely consumed in Nigeria [ 1935 ] as it was observed in our study area. The mean number of larvae per fruit was determined for each market. Influence of fruit acidity on infestation and damage to sweet orange Citrus sinensis Osbeck varieties by Ceratitis species Diptera: These metabolites are of great importance in phytomedicines development [ 21 ].

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A preliminary classification of the healing potential of medicinal plants, based on a rational analysis of an ethno pharmacological field survey among Bedouins in the Negev Desert, Israel. Thus, contrary to many other trees species, C. Chrysophyllum albidum white star applewhich is closely related to the African star apple Chrysophyllum africanum is distinguished by its pale yellow pericarp and light pink-coloured pulp.

Chrysopyllum constant weight was recorded and alkaloid content was determined by weight difference of the filter paper and expressed as a percentage of the sample analyzed.

Correspondence analysis revealed the specificity of each part in disease treatment. College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Koenig fruit traits in Benin: Preliminary investigations were carried out to determine: This implies that the fruit chrusophyllum might possess ability to suppress glycaemic response when taken with carbohydrate diet. In the orchard, insects identified on green fruits especially around the fruit stalk were the scale insects C.

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Therefore, it is important to develop sustainable strategies for the species conservation. Quantitative phytochemical constituents of the freeze dried edible parts of Chrysophyllum albidum fruit. A study of areas of cultivation and Marketing of Chrysophyllum albidum fruits in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

These essential minerals are important components of the daily diet. For example, national policies could consider planting this species along the roads in the southern Benin. Ascorbic chrysophyllm content of some Nigerian local fruits and vegetables.

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Informants were randomly selected from ten villages. African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems.

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Although the fruits of this species contribute to improve health, nutrition, food security and income of the local communities, the species could be further exploited in the region. Fruit-pulp had the highest lignin 3. Crude lipid contents were determined by the continuous soxhlet lipid extraction method was determined by the method of AOAC [ chrysopbyllum ]; the carbohydrate content was estimated by difference [ 28 ].

Chrysophyllum albidum commonly known as white star apple [1] is a forest fruit tree described by the Scottish botanist George Don. Macro elements content of the edible parts of freeze dried Chrysophyllum albidum fruit.

Not sampled during the first year due to logistic problems.

Nutrients Compositions and Phytochemical Contents of Edible Parts of Chrysophyllum albidum Fruit

LGH and TOL were chryslphyllum in the study design, proposal writing for data collection and, data analysis. Nigerian Trees, Keay, R. The disappearance of the current “old generation” might involve the loss of folk medicine on C. About 2 ml of the filterate was treated with 2 ml ethyl acetate starting with a drop. African star apple Chrysophyllum albidumG. Therefore, we suggest the development of a urban plan considering the conservation and maintenance of endogenous fruit tree species such as C.

Impact of fruit harvesting on Pentadesma butyracea regeneration and financial analysis of its products trade in Benin.

Lastly, informants of different age classes presented equal knowledge on C. Insect pests of Chrysophyllum albidum fruits in South Western Nigeria. Chrysophyllum trees usually grow approximately 10 to 20 meters height with round, pear shaped or sub-spherical shaped fruits that measure up to 3 cm diameter. Vegetation patterns and environmental gradients in Benin: Albidm Publications Conferences Register Contact.