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Thursday, December 23

  1. page Papaya tree edited ...  Papaya Introduction carica The papaya is known as a fruit of the plant Carica papaya…
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    Papaya
    Introduction
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    The papaya is known as a fruit of the plant Carica papaya , in the genus Carica . Carica
    papaya comes
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    as "carica papaya andpapaya”. It is a genus of carica .The hightlarge tree like plant with a single stem that grow from 5 to 10 meters. The height of carica
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    to 33 feet Papaya tree is small tree containing soft word. The leaves stay on long, empty stems forming a palm like cluster at the top.feet. Furthermore, the neural
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    trees are knowknown for producing
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    good fruit. originatingIt is a large tree-like plant, with a single stem growing from 5 to 10 meters (16 to 33 ft) tall, with spirally arranged leaves confined to the tropicstop of the Americas,trunk. The lower trunk is now widely cultivated around the world, particularly in the tropical climates of Asia, Africaapparently blemish when leaves and Polynesia. After the banana it is possibly the most widely cultivated tropical fruit crop due mainly to its popularity as a food, but also as a medicinal source.were borne. The size andleaves are large, 50–70 centimeters (20–28 in) diameter, deeply palmate lobed with 7 lobes. The tree is usually unbranched. The flowers are similar in shape to the flowers of the papaya depends on the variety Plumeria , but most are round, pear-shaped or oval. They measure from 10cm to 50cmmuch smaller and can weigh from 200g to more than 3kg. The firm flesh is either yellow or orange, dependingwax-like. They appear on variety and there is an abundance of tart and edible black seeds contained within the central cavityaxils of the leaves, maturing into the large 15–45 centimeters long, and also 10–30 centimeters diameter fruit. The fruit 1976.is full-grown when it feels soft like a ripe avocado or a bit softer and its skin has reached amber to orange color.
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    Figure 2 The Shapes of Papaya Fruit Are Related to the Sex of the Flower Types of Papaya Plants.Hermaphrodites Produce Elongated Fruits (a), While Females Produce Rounded Fruits (B).
    Products
    The papaya was said to have arrived in Australia around 1875 from tropical America when a British physician discovered the medicinal value of papaya and started treating patients with it in a Brisbane hospital. Over a century later production has grown and a significant horticultural industry now exists.Production of papaya in Australia occurs in northern and central Queensland, northern Western Australia and the Northern Territory (PA 2009). Close to 94% of Australian papaya is produced in the wet tropics of far north and central Queensland, with a further 5% in north Western Australia and 1-2% in the Northern Territory (Wilkinson 2009) (see Figures 1 and 2).Whilst Australian papaya production is only very small in comparison to other countries, the industry is still estimated to be worth around $20 million annually.In 2006, cyclone Larry devastated the industry, ripping trees out of the ground with a total loss of between 65% and 95% of fruit-bearing trees. Since then,government support and an Australian Industry Strategic Plan has been implemented to ensure the industry recovers and exceeds it former production levels into the future (PA 2009).The_papaya_was_said_to_have_arrived_in_AThe_papaya_was_said_to_have_arrived_in_A
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    Figure 1 Papaya production by state (‘000 tonnes) (ABS 2008) Figure 2 Papaya production regions within Australia (ABS 2008)
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    Other products made from papaya is
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    milky latex thatMilky latex, it is abtainedobtained from the frruitfruit of the papaya treewhich has numerous medicinalmany medical uses and
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    the best vermifuges .'Papain'isvermifuges.’Papain'is also made from the latex and
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    ingredient in manufactringmanufacturing known as the chewing gum.somegum. Some people claim that this milky
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    hastening the deaydecay of muscular fibres.Allfibers. All the parts ofin the tree
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    and skin diseas.disease.
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    is used infor skin products forin support of a natural
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    Papaya is beneficialhelpful for skin
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    the skin, and vitamin c
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    facial peel. Beta-carotene,Beta-carotene protects the skin and elasticity.elasticity
    Harmful Impact
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    Figure 4. Queensland fruit fly - Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt).
    Photograph ©Paul Zbrowski.
    Bactrocera papayae Drew Drew and Hancock
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    was first detectedidentified from green
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    fruit fly is endemicwas widespread to southern
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    It is establishedrecognized in IrianIran Jaya, Papua
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    of Queensland..
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    Therefore, this tree is
    more advantage than disadvantage from this tree.Basicallydisadvantage. Especially it helps to use for sickthe ill people and it’s makeits makes your body cool every time. now theycool. In addition, there are many scientists making medicine from thepapaya fruit and
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    for some medicinine.medicine.
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    References
    Web sites Use
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    ^Green Papaya Salad Recipe - ThaiTable.com
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Tuesday, December 21

Friday, December 17

  1. page Avocado edited ... My plant is the Persea Americana (Faucon, 2005) also known as the avocado to the general. The …
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    My plant is the Persea Americana (Faucon, 2005) also known as the avocado to the general. The avocado looks like a mango; the skin is bumpy, which is either green or black, and the inside flesh of the avocado is yellow with a green outline. The avocado has a vegetable taste.
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    Avocado (http://recipes.terra-organics.com,(recipes.terra-organics.com, n.d.).
    Environmental Conditions & Location
    The avocado tree can commonly be found in mild-winter areas of California, Florida, and Hawaii. In the world the avocados are mostly found in Mexico, Rio Grande, Peru, California, Florida, and Hawaii.
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    hot spots (http://broncofitnesscenter.blogspot.com,(broncofitnesscenter.blogspot.com, n.d.).
    How to get this Plant & Which Part of the Plant is used
    The avocados are harvested then used as an ingredient in food and drinks like salads, shakes, desserts etc… The inside flesh of the avocado is used in the recipe creations of salads, shakes, etc…
    {http://gliving.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/10/mango-avocado-salad-vanessa.jpg} mango avocado salad vanessa GreenChef Vanessa Sherwood | Mango Avocado Salad
    Avocado salad (http://gliving.com,(gliving.com, n.d.).
    Making of the Product
    The avocados are harvested from an avocado tree once they reach a certain pulp dryness. They are harvested using long metallic or wooden hooks (FAO, 2010).
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    From the market they can be bought by the public and used in many tasty treats and dishes.
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    Avocado shake (http://lauradstern.com,(lauradstern.com, n.d.).
    Beneficial Impacts
    Avocados are used for oil products, food dishes and tasty treats. This fruit is used by chefs in restaurants and also people who enjoy eating avocado. It is said that those who eat healthy whilst also eating avocados will gain smoother skin, more glossy or shining hair, as well as other physical and mental improvements (Klein, 2010). Avocado oil can replace other herbal skin care products because it can decrease the amount of aging areas, aid sun damage, create smoother skin, etc…(Ageless, 2010)
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    Avocado oil (http://www.avorofoods.com/,(avorofoods.com/, n.d.).
    Harmful Impacts
    People who experience allergic reactions towards avocados may experience laxative symptoms, so these people will not be able to use or consume these products. If you are taking drugs such as aspirin that are blood thinners it will decrease the effect of the drugs (Mansi, 2008). Other oil products are available to replace avocado oil due to the fact that some people may be allergic to the avocado fruit. Also, other ice creams or shakes may replace avocado treats because of the allergic reaction as well.
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    References
    Klein, D.K. (2010). Avocado -- the fruit that would make butter and meat obsolete. 11, Retrieved from http://www.living-foods.com/articles/avocadoarticle.html
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    from http://www.crfg.org/pubs/ff/avocado.html
    Dorantes et.al, L.D et.al. (2010). Chapter xxx avocado: post harvest operation. Retrieved from http://www.fao.org/inpho/content/compend/text/ch30/ch30_02.htm
    Mansi, M. (2008). Superfoods: avocados - a high calorie fruit good for you!. Retrieved from http://dailytiffin.blogspot.com/2008/07/avocados-high-calorie-fruit-good-for.html
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