GARCINIA PARVIFOLIA PDF
Nine xanthones, parvixanthones A-I (1–9), isolated from the dried bark of Garcinia parvifolia, were found to have a common 1,3,6,7-oxygenated. Brunei Cherry. Garcinia parvifolia. a.k.a. Asam aur aur. Cherry sized fruit with a red to yellow skin and a juicy, slightly tart white pulp. Highly esteemed in Borneo. Garcinia parvifolia (Miq.) Miq., Ann. Mus. Lugd. Bat. 1 (). Latin for ‘small leaves’. Synonyms Garcinia globulosa Ridl. Garcinia tetangies Boerl. Rhinostigma.
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Younger fruits are used to produce a sour gatcinia in other types of food, such as curry. Male flowers Photograph by: Last update on In other projects Wikispecies.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Description Small or medium sized tree a bit like the mangosteen in appearance. For the Malay fruit Kundang, see Bouea macrophylla. Garcinia hombroniana Seashore Mangosteen. Publisher Kampong Publications, California.
Clusia rosea Autograph Tree. Native to the island of Borneo, occurs naturally both in Brunei and Malaysia. The bark, wood, leaves, and fruit of the kundong tree are used by humans.
Garcinia parvifoliathe KundongBrunei cherry or Asam aur auris a tropical evergreen tree native to the island of Borneo. Not for the casual reader. Cherry sized fruit with a red to yellow skin and a juicy, slightly tart white pulp.
Highly esteemed in Borneo. The kundong propagates through seeds that take around six months to garvinia. Year ISBN Description The second edition of an excellent guide to the edible uses of plants, though it does not give any details of cultivation etc.
Each gagcinia has good quality pictures plus basic information on the ecology and uses of the plants. Garcinia intermedia Lemon Drop Mangosteen.
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Garcinia praniana Button Mangosteen. Close-up of the leaves Photograph by: Gives descriptions, photos and uses of a very wide range of fruit and other food-producing plants plus ornamentals.
Brunei Cherry – Garcinia parvifolia
Growing Environment Seems to prefer a humid tropical environment. Brunei Cherry Garcinia parvifolia a. Garcinia spicata Garcinia spicata. Clusia lanceolata Balsam Apple. Occasionally cultivated, but frequently grown as a dooryard tree throughout the region. CS1 German-language sources de Articles with ‘species’ microformats.
For the Australian fruit Quandong, see Santalum acuminatum. If you have any useful information about this plant, please leave a comment. In Borneo the bark of the tree is used to produce resinwhile the wood is used in furniture or for carving. The fruit is about the size of a cherry and looks similar to a purple mangosteenhence the nicknames Brunei cherry larvifolia with Borneo cherry and red mangosteen. Seeds are not available for the Brunei Cherry.