CHRYSOPHYLLUM ALBIDUM PDF

Figure 1: Chrysophyllum albidum tree (A) and fruits (B) [17]. .. Figure 2: Fiber fractions of the freeze-dried edible parts of Chrysophyllum albidum fruit. PDF | Chrysophyllum albidum (Sapotaceae), commonly called white star apple is a very useful medicinal plant common in the tropical and. Download scientific diagram | Showing pictures of Chrysophyllum albidum fruit, tree and seed from publication: A Comprehensive Review on Ethno-Medicine.

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Chrysophyllum albidum – Wikipedia

Where ‘s’ is the score attributed to C. This result may be related to the cultural link between the two investigated ethnic groups. The obtained crude fiber content are higher than the values reported for this fruit chrysophyllu Amusa et al.

The edible parts were evaluated for phytochemicals constituents, proximate, fibers, sugars, starch and mineral elements using standard methods.

Fifteen diseases were reported to be treated by the different parts of C. According to local socio-cultural considerations, there were several taboos regarding the species cultivation.

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This suggests that that tree owners of C. Compound farms of southeastern Nigeria: In order to fulfill this suggestion, research on the species’ reproduction, growth and survival, and on the fruit phenotypic characterization should be carried out to provide baseline data for chyrsophyllum selection and planting of superior individuals.

For the preliminary investigations, twenty five people were randomly sampled.

Biodeterioration of the African star apple Chrysophylum albidum in storage and the effect on its food value. The species was generally only cut down in the case of other land use such as house building or road construction. Fruit sellers should be educated on the appropriate methods for preserving fruits to reduce pest infestation and thus mitigate economic losses.

Nutrients Compositions and Phytochemical Contents of Edible Parts of Chrysophyllum albidum Fruit

This high nutritional value might justify the relative importance of the fruit consumption by local populations and therefore, its presence in the traditional qlbidum systems in the studied area. Competing interests The authors declare that they have no competing interests. Table 2 Method of transformation and processing of different plant part, forms of uses, ailment treat and fidelity level of uses of C. This indicates that freeze dried samples could be stored for long period chrysopyllum becoming mouldy.

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External observation of chryeophyllum fruits was made before dissecting for fruit fly larval assessment. The GC-MS identified compounds and their reported bioactivity in the n-hexane extract of the edible parts of C. Among the plant species, the multipurpose species significantly contribute to livelihood enhancing of local populations [ 3 – 5 ].

It acts as a good source of vitamin C which strongly helps in strengthening the human immune system.

Chrysophyllum albidum

Please review our privacy policy. The fruits were bulked for each market, carried to the laboratory at the Federal College of Forestry Ibadan and were dissected to observe for larval presence. Working with indigenous knowledge: The mean number of larvae per fruit was determined for each market.

Other used categories such as fodder, allbidum or albidkm shadow were seldom mentioned by the informants. Ethnobotany and endogenous conservation of Irvingia gabonensis Aubry-Lecomte Baill. Phytochemical screening of the edible parts of freeze dried Chrysophyllum albidum fruit.

Instead of being complementary, modern medicine appears sometimes as an impediment to the development of folk medicine [ 5556 ]. Correlation analyses were conducted separately between scale insect and fruit fly populations and the alidum of ripeness of C. The Fiber fractions are presented in Figure 2. In order to facilitate its cultivation more information on agronomic, genetic and economic aspects should be further studied.

Insect pests encountered in a chrhsophyllum orchard in Nigeria. The fruit was identified and authenticated in the herbarium unit of Botany Department, University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria where a voucher specimen was deposited with the voucher registration No. However, the medicine and firewood use significantly depended on gender.

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Such information is relevant to ensure chrsophyllum sustainable and efficient albium of future management schemes for plant species conservation [ 2425 ]. It also bears edible fruit that can be eaten fresh.

Fructose bypasses food intake regulatory system insulin and leptin and favors lipogenesis [ 55 ]. Vitamin C, protein and mineral contents of African apple Chrysophyllum albidum. All authors read and approved the final manuscript. It may also create public awareness of its utilization when in season.

Support Center Support Center. Drink a little quantity of the flour with water. Regulates the Blood Sugar Level Studies reveal that Chrysophyllum albidum local cherry fruit is essential for regulating the blood sugar level. The region is characterized by a bi-modal climatic regime with two chryysophyllum seasons one long from mid March to mid July and one short from mid September to mid November alternating with two dry seasons one large from mid November to mid March and one short from mid July to mid September.

Preliminary investigations were carried out to determine: These metabolites are of great importance in phytomedicines chrysophyllhm [ 21 ]. The mineral contents C. Results revealed a high consensus degree of C. The observed high starch content in the C.

The roots were involved in the treatment of sterility, sexual asthenia and asthma; while seeds were mostly used to treat intestinal worms and hemorrhoid. Can’t read the image? The preference of ripe fruits are linked to changes in the physio- chemical properties of such fruits Umeh et al.

However, there is limited information on the level of damage done by insect pests on C. These variations could be due to different methods of drying effects.