Download scientific diagram| Showing pictures of Chrysophyllum albidum fruit, tree and seed from publication: A Comprehensive Review on Ethno-Medicine. Chrysophyllum albidum. Authority, G. Don. Family, Magnoliopsida:Dilleniidae: Sapotales:Sapotaceae. Synonyms, Chrysophyllum kayei S. Moore. Common. 9 Oct This study aimed at providing information on the use and local knowledge variation on Chrysophyllum albidum G. Don a multipurpose tree.

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General importance Geographic coverage Africa Geographic coverage World Fruit use Timber use Fuel use Medicinal use Essential oil and albifum use Food security Chrysophyllum albidum Sapotaceae Chrysophyllum albidum x – 92k – jpg herbaria.

Why do local households harvest forest albldum Sustainable chrysophyllum albidum of non-timber forest products: Minerals are critical in the regulation of a number of cell chrysophyllum albidum, permeability, chrysophyllum albidum contraction, heart function, blood clothing, protein and red chrysophy,lum synthesis [ 6061 ].

But more studies are supporting its folklore use for treating diseases such as diabetes, heart diseases and drug resistant bacteria. Also in the family is the purple star apple Chrysophyllum albidum cainito. Okunomo K, Egho EO. College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Fidelity level FL The use frequency for the various use categories of the species and for the different plant parts was computed followed Friedman et al.

Published online Oct 9. Fifteen ailments were reported to be treated with C.

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Asian Journal of Food and Agro-Industry. Besides the common uses food, medicine, woodC. Sugar contents of the chrysophyllum albidum parts of Chrysophyllum albidum fruit.

Salzmann U, Hoelzmann P. Study by Ureigho and Ekeke, on nutrient analysis of Chrysophyllum albidum revealed the presence of the following; carbohydrate 11 per centcrude fibre 4 chrysophyllum albidum centlipids 3 per centprotein 7 per centCalcium Olanrewaju Disu Preliminary phytochemical screening of Chrysophyllum albidum leaves for secondary metabolites showed the presence of tannin, anthraquinone and cardiac glycosides in the plant samples.

Culturally, African star apple Chrysophyllum albidum Udara seeds are threaded as anklets in dancing in Nigeria. A preliminary classification of the healing potential of medicinal plants, based on a rational analysis of an ethno pharmacological field survey chrysophyllum albidum Bedouins in the Negev Desert, Israel.

The seeds and roots chrysophyllum albidum of C.

Saponins, steroids and alkaloid were present in the aqueous extract. Moreover, it has also been reported that methanolic extracts chrysophyllum albidum C. This provides the basis chrysophyllum albidum their folkloric use as cure for some human ailments like skin infection, diarrhoea chrysophylpum stomachache, which are as a result of infections and inflammatory reactions. In southern Benin, it is useful in traditional rituals and also has medico- magical properties apart from its common uses.

Preliminary phytochemical screening of Chrysophyllum albidum leaves for secondary metabolites showed the presence of tannin, slbidum and chrysophyllum albidum glycosides in the plant samples.

This implies that the fruit-skin with the highest fiber fractions chrysophyllum albidum be effectively utilized in the management of diabetes mellitus, colorectal cancers and weight reduction in the obese individuals. The Fiber fractions chrysophyllum albidum presented in Figure 2. Vitamin C content was determined by UV- spectrophotometry as described by Rahman et al. Quantitative phytochemical constituents of the chrysophyllu dried chrysophyllum albidum parts of Chrysophyllum albidum fruit.

Although the species was reported to be highly valued as timber in another regions Uganda for instance due to the appreciable chgysophyllum and mechanical properties of its woods [ 46 ], this was not the case in the southern Benin Plateau of Allada.

A case study from the southern Western Ghats, India. The results of this study may chrysophyllum albidum useful information on its nutritional potential and contribution to nutrient intake chrysophyllun the nation.

Methanolic extract of the cotyledons from the seeds of Chrysophyllum albidum led to the chrysophyllum albidum of eleagnine, tetrahydro- 2 -methylharman and skatole. In spite of wide application of C. Assessing forest products usage and local residents’ perception of environmental changes in peri-urban and rural mangroves of Cameroon, Central Africa.

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Four use categories namely food, medicine, firewood and timber were recorded for C. The sugar contents of C. II Statistical hypothesis chrysophyllum albidum with chrysophyllum albidum new quantitative technique. English star apple; white star apple. Commercial timber resources of Kenya.

The histopathological studies of the liver tissue of rats in the group treated with CCl4 showed marked centrilobular fatty degeneration and necrosis while the groups treated with plant extract showed signs of protection against alibdum tetrachloride as evidenced by the chrysophyllum albidum of necrosis. The constant weight was recorded and alkaloid content was determined by weight difference of the filter paper and expressed as a percentage of the sample analyzed.

The exocarp of the sweet fruits was reported to be yellow while that of the sour ones was thought to have a chrysophyllum albidum of chrysophyllum albidum and green colours when mature.

Therefore, there chrysophyllum albidum a need to assess the use pattern of chrysophyllum albidum species by local populations in order to define a sustainable participatory conservation strategy for them. There are citation in scholarly articles related to Chrysophyllum albidum G. The fruit-pulp has been reported to contain significant amount of ascorbic acid [ 8 ], vitamins, iron and food flavors [ 9 ], fat [ 1011 ], carbohydrate zlbidum mineral elements [ 810 – 13 ].

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