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mangosteen

A tropical fruit that grows on an evergreen tree Garcinia mangostana Linn., found in Indonesia and Indochina. Its hull has been used as a traditional medicine in Thailand. Extracts from the hull have antioxidant, antihistaminic, and anti-inflammatory effects in laboratory experiments.
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Induksi mutasi pada kultur in vitro tanaman manggis (Garcinia mangostana L.) dengan iradiasi sinar gamma.
One week's B&B starts at pounds 1089 at Alila Manggis and pounds 1289 at the luxury Anatara Seminyak, flying from Heathrow.
Christians also complained about an April 6 incident at a house in the Jakarta community of Pasar Manggis. Members of the FPI and local residents attacked the house, which was sometimes used for HKBP Church activities.
Our teacher's year-round, two and five-day cookery courses at the Serai at Manggis attract as many men as women and appeal to all levels of skill.
The land sold on the island were Taman Manggis to KLIDC (0.44ha), Bayan Mutiara to Ivory (40.8ha), Gurney Drive to Zenith (44ha), Permatang Damar Laut to SRS (1,800ha), Bayan Bay to Ideal (9.88ha), Bayan Lepas to Temasek (2.64ha), Pulau Jerejak to Ideal (32ha) and Peel Avenue to Island Hospital (2.56ha).
Mundu Leaf Garcinia hombroniana Pierre Manggis hutan Leaf Stem LAURACEAE Cinnamomum altissimum Kosterm.