ALLANBLACKIA FLORIBUNDA PDF

Allanblackia floribunda is an evergreen Tree growing to 25 m (82ft) by 20 m (65ft) at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) The flowers are pollinated by Insects. The useful plants of west tropical Africa, Vol 2. Names. Allanblackia floribunda Oliv. [family GUTTIFERAE]. Allanblackia parviflora A. Chev. [family GUTTIFERAE] . Native geographic distributions of (a) Allanblackia floribunda; (b) A. parviflora; and (c) A. stuhlmannii. Maps reprinted with permission from.

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Allanblackia floribunda

There are book citations related to Allanblackia floribunda Oliv. Flora of West Tropical Africa. The wood is locally floeibunda, but is of secondary importance. You will receive a range of benefits including: As shown for the case of the benzophenone derivatives, guttiferone E and F Section 2.

Such considerations may be particularly important for individuals at greater risk of cardiovascular disease or who have hypercholesterolemia. In the Region it is pounded and rubbed on the body to relieve painful conditions.

AllanblackiaClusiaceae, oil, seed, functional food, saturated fatty acid, stearic acid, oleic acid. Botanical characteristics of three species of Allanblackia of commercial interest [ 101112 ].

There are citation in web searches related to Allanblackia floribunda Oliv. Flore du Congo belge et du Ruanda-Urundi. An analytical key to the genera of African phanerogams. By the late 19th century, well-established colonial empires such as France, Britain, Belgium and Portugal had already laid claim to large areas of Africa, while developing imperial powers such as Germany and Italy had followed suit on a smaller scale. If you have important information about this plant that may help other users please add a comment or link below.

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Allanblackia floribunda – Useful Tropical Plants

Allanblackia floribunda 1, base of bole; 2, flowering twig; 3, fruit; 4, fruit in cross section showing seeds. Fruits are stored under a cover of leaves to allow the fruit pulp to disintegrate. Please view the copyright link for more information. In DR Congo a decoction of the bark or leaves is taken to treat asthma, bronchitis and cough. Implications for management of a genus newly subject to domestication for the edible oil industry.

Edible nuts of the world. Keeping the fruits for a few months on damp sites covered with banana leaves and buried partially and scarification of the seedcoat improve germination rates only slightly. In addition, the distributional areas of the species rarely overlap in nature, with trees of A. Allanblackia standard setting and sustainable supply chain management.

You can unsubscribe at anytime. Species of the genus Allanblackia Clusiaceae are currently the focus of a high degree of attention, due to interest in the consumption and commercial exploitation of the seed oils. Sweeney [ 6 ] and Ruhfel et al.

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Methods of propagation by cuttings and grafting are being developed[ ]. This article is an open access article distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution license http: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

There have been observations of seed borers.

Line drawings reprinted with permission from: Maps reprinted with permission from: Les fruitiers forestiers comestibles du Cameroun. Citation in scholarly articles.

Allanblackia seed oil shares some characteristics with shea butter from the seeds of Vitellaria paradoxa C. Author information Article notes Copyright and Floriibunda information Disclaimer.

Under natural conditions, trees start flowering after about 12 years. Vegetable Oils in Food Technology: Plant material from the Congo has been reported to contain abundant flavonins in the bark and roots, some tannins, and traces of steroids and terpenes[ ].