annona cherimola mill

Annona cherimola Mill - World Agroforestry

Annona cherimola Annonaceae Mill ECOLOGY The cherimoya is subtropical or mild-temperate and does not succeed in the lowland tropics. It requires long days. In Colombia and Ecuador, it grows naturally at elevations between 1 400-2 000 m

Annona cherimola - Mill. - Plants for a Future

Annona cherimola is a deciduous Tree growing to 9 m (29ft) by 9 m (29ft) at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 9 and is not frost tender. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils, prefers well-drained soil and can grow in heavy clay and nutritionally poor soils. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils and can grow in very alkaline soils.

Annona cherimola Mill.) and Atemoya Annona atemoya) Leaves

The Annona genus is part of the Annonaceae family, which comprises more than 119 species, and among them, 109 are native of tropical America [8]. Annona cherimola Mill (Cherimoya), which literally means “cold seeds”, is a small domesticated tree that produces heart-shaped and conical edible fruit.

Cherimoya, Annona cherimola Mill., CUSTARD APPLE, Mao ye ...

• Alkaloids / Annona cherimola x Annona squamosa / Leaves: Atemoya is an interspecific annonaceous hybrid between A. cherimola Mill. and A. squamosa L. Phytochemical screening yielded seven alkaloids, including two aporphine (annonaine and asimilobine), three oxoaporphine (lanuginosine, liriodenine, and lysicamine) and two proaporphine ...

Annona cherimola Mill. — The Plant List

Annona. Annona cherimola Mill. Annona cherimola Mill. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Annona (family Annonaceae). The record derives from WCSP (in review) (data supplied on 2012-03-23) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details: Gard. Dict. ed. 8 5 1768.

Annona cherimola Mill. — The Plant List

Annona cherimola Mill. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Annona (family Annonaceae). The record derives from WCSP (in review) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details: Gard. Dict. ed. 8 5 1768.

Annona cherimola - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Annona cherimola es un árbol perteneciente a la familia de las anonáceas cuyo fruto comestible es la chirimoya o chirimoyo (del quechua chiri, «frío, fría» y muya, «semillas», puesto que germina a elevadas altitudes). Es considerada una de las frutas tropicales más apreciadas dentro del género. Los frutos de anonáceas, entre ellos la chirimoya, presentan altas cualidades ...

(Annona cherimola, Mill) - Ministerio MAG

(Annona cherimola, Mill) Opciones de consumo Es un fruto para consumir como “fruta fresca” o “fruta de mesa” y en ensaladas de frutas o agregando su pulpa a jugos de otras frutas. Rico en azúcares solubles y vitamina C, por lo que su pulpa, además

Chirimoya (Annona cherimola Miller), frutal tropical y sub ...

Las especies más importantes del género Annona spp. son: Annona cherimola Mill., Annona muricata L., Annona squamosa L., Annona reticulata L., y el híbrido interespecífico Atemoya (A. cherimola x A. squamosa) (20, 29). Aunque se plantea que a Annona diversifolia Saff y Annona montana Macfad también se le atribuye importancia en varios ...

Annona cherimola Mill - World Agroforestry Centre

Annona cherimola Annonaceae Mill ECOLOGY The cherimoya is subtropical or mild-temperate and does not succeed in the lowland tropics. It requires long days. In Colombia and Ecuador, it grows naturally at elevations between 1 400-2 000 m

Nutritional and phytochemical composition of Annona cherimola Mill

Annona cherimola Mill., commonly known as cherimoya, is a tropical fruit well known due to its tasty flavour. In the present study the antioxidant activity of pulp, peel and seeds of four cultivars from A. cherimola Mill. from Madeira Island (Madeira, Funchal, Perry Vidal and

Annona cherimola Mill.) and Atemoya Annona atemoya)

The Annona genus is part of the Annonaceae family, which comprises more than 119 species, and among them, 109 are native of tropical America [8]. Annona cherimola Mill (Cherimoya), which literally means “cold seeds”, is a small domesticated tree that produces heart-shaped and conical edible fruit.

Annona cherimola (cherimoya) - CABI.org

Agustín JA, 1997. El cultivo de la chirimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.) en el estado de Michoacán, México. Proceedings of the Interamerican Society for Tropical Horticulture, 41:152-161. Agustín JA, 1999. Advances in research on genetic resources of cherimoya (Annona cherimola) in Michoacán state, Mexico. Acta Horticulturae, 497:189-193.

Radical scavenging, antioxidant and metal chelating activities of Annona cherimola Mill

Mar 01, 2012  Annona cherimola (Annonaceae), commonly known as cherimoya, is a species of exotic fruit found in different subtropical areas around the world, mainly in northern Peru and southern Ecuador (Gupta-Elera et al., 2010).

Annona cherimola Mill. — The Plant List

Annona cherimola Mill. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Annona (family Annonaceae). The record derives from WCSP (in review) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details: Gard. Dict. ed. 8 5 1768.

Annona cherimola Mill. - conafor.gob.mx:8080

1 Annona cherimola Mill. 1. SELECCIÓN DE LA ESPECIE 1.1 Objetivos 1.1.1 Restauración y protección 1.1.2 Agroforestal 1.1.3 Urbano 1.1.4 Comercial Los árboles se cultivan en plantaciones y huertos familiares para la comercialización de los frutos (1).

Annona cherimola Mill. ; cherimoya ; cherimoyer - 冷子番荔枝

Annona cherimola Mill. ; cherimoya ; cherimoyer 以 Annona cherimola Mill. ; cherimoya ; cherimoyer 進行詞彙精確檢索結果 出處/學術領域

Alberi da frutto: Anona - Agraria

Anona - Annona cherimola Mill. Atlante delle coltivazioni arboree - Alberi da frutto Generalità. L'Anona (Annona cherimola Mill.) e' una pianta originaria del Sud America (altopiani andini di Peru' ed Equador).

Chirimoya (Annona cherimola Miller), frutal tropical y sub

Las especies más importantes del género Annona spp. son: Annona cherimola Mill., Annona muricata L., Annona squamosa L., Annona reticulata L., y el híbrido interespecífico Atemoya (A. cherimola x A. squamosa) (20, 29). Aunque se plantea que a Annona diversifolia Saff y Annona montana Macfad también se le atribuye importancia en varios ...

Annona cherimola Miller - GBIF

Annona cherimola Name Synonyms Annona acutifolia Saff. Annona acutifolia Saff. ex R.E.Fr. Annona cheirimola Mill. Annona cherimola var. loxensis Linden Annona odorata Linden Annona pubescens Salisb. Annona tripetala Aiton Homonyms Annona cherimola Miller Common names Anona in Portuguese Anona-do-chile in Portuguese

ANNONA CHERIMOLA Mill. - ARBOLES ORNAMENTALES

ANNONA CHERIMOLA Mill.: Familia: Annonaceae Sinónimos: Annona tripetala Aiton, Annona pubescens Salisb. Nombre común: Chirimoyo. Lugar de origen: Zonas andinas de Perú, Ecuador, Colombia y Bolivia. Etimología: Annona procede de la versión latinizada del antiguo nombre antillano Anon o Hanon para la fruta de un guanábano. El epíteto específico cherimola

A Mesoamerican origin of cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.):

Apr 24, 2017  In this work, a large data set of 1,765 accessions of cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill, Annonaceae), an underutilized fruit tree crop native to the Neotropics and used as a food source by pre‐Columbian cultures, was collected from six different countries across the American continent and amplified with nine highly informative microsatellite ...

Annona cherimola Mill. - World Flora Online

Annona cherimola Mill., Gard. Dict., ed. 8, Annona no. 5. 1768.. Arbustos a árboles pequeños; ramas jóvenes tomentosas. Hojas elípticas, raramente lanceolado-elípticas u obovado-elípticas, 7.8 20.5 cm de largo y 3.2 11 cm de ancho, ápice obtuso a redondeado, base cuneada a obtusa y ligeramente decurrente, membranáceas, glabrescentes en la haz excepto muy escasamente

Nutritional and phytochemical composition of Annona ...

Annona cherimola Mill., commonly known as cherimoya, is a tropical fruit well known due to its tasty flavour. In the present study the antioxidant activity of pulp, peel and seeds of four cultivars from A. cherimola Mill. from Madeira Island (Madeira, Funchal, Perry Vidal and

Annona cherimola Mill. (Custard apple): a review on its ...

Jul 31, 2017  Annona cherimola Mill., commonly known as Custard apple has recently gained attention of researchers because of copious anticancer bioactive chemicals and nutrients. Plants of the Annonaceae family have a long history of medicinal use in the treatment of several disease conditions such as epilepsy, cardiac diseases, pathogenic infections, hemorrhage, ulcer,

Annona cherimola Mill. “chirimoya” (Annonaceae), una

Annona cherimola Mill. “custard apple” (Annonaceae), a fruit used for feeding in Ancient Peru, is described and illustrated in detail. Annona cherimola is found in the western slopes of Peru at 7o59’54.2” S, 78o40’09.1” W and 1632 m of altitude. We inquired about the common knowledge of

Annona cherimola Miller - GBIF

Annona cherimola Name Synonyms Annona acutifolia Saff. Annona acutifolia Saff. ex R.E.Fr. Annona cheirimola Mill. Annona cherimola var. loxensis Linden Annona odorata Linden Annona pubescens Salisb. Annona tripetala Aiton Homonyms Annona cherimola Miller Common names Anona in Portuguese Anona-do-chile in Portuguese

Annona cherimola Mill. - conafor.gob.mx:8080

1 Annona cherimola Mill. 1. SELECCIÓN DE LA ESPECIE 1.1 Objetivos 1.1.1 Restauración y protección 1.1.2 Agroforestal 1.1.3 Urbano 1.1.4 Comercial Los árboles se cultivan en plantaciones y huertos familiares para la comercialización de los frutos (1).

Chirimoya (Annona cherimola Miller), frutal tropical y sub ...

Las especies más importantes del género Annona spp. son: Annona cherimola Mill., Annona muricata L., Annona squamosa L., Annona reticulata L., y el híbrido interespecífico Atemoya (A. cherimola x A. squamosa) (20, 29). Aunque se plantea que a Annona diversifolia Saff y Annona montana Macfad también se le atribuye importancia en varios ...

ANNONA CHERIMOLA Mill. - ARBOLES ORNAMENTALES

ANNONA CHERIMOLA Mill.: Familia: Annonaceae Sinónimos: Annona tripetala Aiton, Annona pubescens Salisb. Nombre común: Chirimoyo. Lugar de origen: Zonas andinas de Perú, Ecuador, Colombia y Bolivia. Etimología: Annona procede de la versión latinizada del antiguo nombre antillano Anon o Hanon para la fruta de un guanábano. El epíteto específico cherimola

Cherimoya - Wikipedia

The cherimoya (Annona cherimola), also spelled chirimoya and called chirimuya by the Inca people, is an edible fruit-bearing species of the genus Annona from the family Annonaceae.They were believed to be native to Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Chile, spreading through cultivation to the Andes and Central America. But they have been found to have originated in

Alberi da frutto: Anona - Agraria

Anona - Annona cherimola Mill. Atlante delle coltivazioni arboree - Alberi da frutto Generalità. L'Anona (Annona cherimola Mill.) e' una pianta originaria del Sud America (altopiani andini di Peru' ed Equador).

Annona cherimola Mill. ; cherimoya ; cherimoyer - 冷子番荔枝

Annona cherimola Mill. ; cherimoya ; cherimoyer 以 Annona cherimola Mill. ; cherimoya ; cherimoyer 進行詞彙精確檢索結果 出處/學術領域

Annona cherimola - Wikipedia

Annona cherimola è una pianta appartenente alla famiglia Annonaceae originaria degli altipiani andini di Perù, Ecuador, Colombia e Bolivia, diffusa anche in Argentina, Cile, California, Florida, Israele, Africa del sud, Nuova Zelanda e in vari paesi del Mediterraneo.. Il suo frutto nella terra d'origine è chiamato chirimuya, da cui la traslitterazione italiana cirimoia, ma è volgarmente ...

Annona cherimola {Annonaceae} Cherimoya, Custard Apple

Annona cherimola Mill.. sect. Attae ; Common Name: Cherimoya, Custard Apple Family: Annonaceae Juss. Country of Origin: Andes of Peru' and Ecuador Description: The 'Cherimoya', a custard apple; woody tree to 8m high, briefly deciduous with sappy branches and luxuriant leathery leaves 25cm long, dull greem with pale veins, velvety on back; fragrant fleshy flowers

Phytochemical and Pharmacological potential of Annona ...

Annona cherimola Mill. (Annonaceae) is a fruit tree extensively used in Mexican traditional medicine for the treatment of diarrhea and cancer. Objectives: The present work reports the ...

CHERIMOYA Fruit Facts

Fruits: The compound fruit is conical or somewhat heart-shaped, 4 to 8 inches long and up to 4 inches in width, weighing on the average 5-1/2 to 18 ounces, but the largest fruits may reach 5 pounds in weight. The skin, thin or thick, may be smooth with fingerprint-like markings or covered with conical or rounded protuberances. The sweet, juicy, white flesh is melting, subacid and