Mangifera indica


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Mangifera indica,

n See tree, mango.
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83% respectively (Table 1) whereas on the Mangifera indica the percentage was noted to be 71.
1) isolated from ethyl acetate extract of Mangifera indica (MIEE) was assessed for its effect on the reversal of insulin resistance as it showed promising anti-diabetic effect in an insulin sensitive model of 3T3L1 adipocytes (Sangeetha et al.
Total # Family/Species Part eaten individuals Anacardiaceae Anacardium excelsum S 10 Spondias mombin FP,B 66 Spondias purpurea FP 2 Mangifera indica ** FP 10 Bignoniaceae Tabebuia rosea F 2 Bombacaceae Ceiba aesculifolia FS,B,L 9 Ceiba pentandra S,B 4 Bombacopsis quinata FS,B 7 Ochroma pyramidale F 12 Caesalpiniaceae Schizolobium parahybum S,L,B 9 Delonix regia * F,S,L 206 Cassia grandis FS,B 8 Combretaceae Terminalia catappa * FS,L 498 Lythraceae Lagerstroemia speciosa * S 31 Meliaceae Cedrela odorata S 2 Swietenia macrophylla S 2 Fabaceae Pseudosamanea guachapele F,L,B 23 Lysiloma divaricatum S 7 Enterolobium cyclocarpum B,Li 4 Inga vera ES,L 18 Inga sp.
Mango butter is obtained from the seeds of the plant Mangifera indica, and it is a solid because stearic acid is the dominant fatty acid.
Mango butter is obtained from deshelled fruit kernels of the mango tree, Mangifera indica, native to sub-continental India and the tropics.
Mango (kernel) oil INCI: Mangifera Indica (EU), Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Oil (US) Graisse de manque (Fr) 0il composition (Fatty Acid composition in %, typical) C16 7 C18 38 C18:1 45 C18:2 5 C20 2 Melting point: 34-43 C
In Africa, Rastrococcus invadens Williams and Rastrococcus iceryoides Green are regarded as 2 important exotic mealybug species native to Southern Asia that commonly infest mango, Mangifera indica Linnaeus (Anacardiaceae).
Our study demonstrates that mangiferin, a gluosylxanthone, present in the Mangifera indica protected mice against the radiation-induced sickness and mortality and the optimum protective dose of 2 mg/kg was 1/200 of L[D.
In case of dental problems one kaviraj use roots of Areca catechu in combination with the root of Mangifera indica, root of Aegle marmelos and root of Syrygium cumini.