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determination of the host status of the 'persian' lime (citrus latifolia tanaka) for anastrepha ludens (loew) (diptera: tephritidae).field and laboratory no-choice oviposition tests were performed to determine whether the 'persian' lime (citrus latifolia tanaka) is a host of anastrepha ludens loew (diptera: tephritidae). trapping and fruit sampling were performed to determine adult population densities and the level of infestation in the two lime orchards. additionally, unharvested and harvested limes were exposed to sexually mature flies and the number of eggs laid and the immature developmental rates were determined. as a c ...201526470106
species or genotypes? reassessment of four recently described species of the ceratocystis wilt pathogen, ceratocystis fimbriata, on mangifera indica.ceratocystis wilt is among the most important diseases on mango (mangifera indica) in brazil, oman, and pakistan. the causal agent was originally identified in brazil as ceratocystis fimbriata, which is considered by some as a complex of many cryptic species, and four new species on mango trees were distinguished from c. fimbriata based on variation in internal transcribed spacer sequences. in the present study, phylogenetic analyses using dna sequences of mating type genes, tef-1α, and β-tubuli ...201525822187
natural enemies of the frankliniella complex species (thysanoptera: thripidae) in ataulfo mango agroecosystems.a field survey was conducted in ataulfo mango (mangifera indica l.) orchards in chiapas, mexico, with the objective of determining the natural enemies of the frankliniella complex species (thysanoptera: thripidae). seven species of this genus feed and reproduce in large numbers during the mango flowering. two representative orchards were selected: the orchard "tres a" characterized by an intensive use of agrochemicals directed against thrips, and the orchard "la escondida" that did not spray ins ...201526246440
antiarthritic activity of a polyherbal formulation against freund's complete adjuvant induced arthritis in female wistar rats.to formulate a polyherbal formulation and evaluate its antiarthritic activity against freund's complete adjuvant induced arthritis in female wistar rats.201526229343
bio-catalysis of mango industrial waste by newly isolated fusarium sp. (pstf1) for pectinase production.the dried mango fruit processing industrial waste (miw) used as carbon source for the production of pectinase from fungal strains. eight fungal strains were isolated from miw and screened for their ability to produce pectinase by pectin clear zone (pcz) technique. fusarium sp. (pstf1) showed highest pcz value of 52 mm. the physico-chemical characteristics of the medium were standardized for high production of pectinase. the highest production of pectinase in submerged fermentation observed at te ...201528324397
niche partitioning among two ceratitis rosa morphotypes and other ceratitis pest species (diptera, tephritidae) along an altitudinal transect in central tanzania.two standard parapheromones, trimedlure (routinely used for monitoring ceratitis rosa and ceratitis capitata) and terpinyl acetate (routinely used for monitoring ceratitis cosyra) were compared with enriched ginger root oil (ego) lure for detecting and monitoring the presence and relative population abundance of these particular pest species. standard yellow fruit fly traps were used for the comparison, which was conducted at 10 sites along an altitudinal transect ranging from 540 to 1650 masl o ...201526798271
seasonal abundance of mango fruit flies (diptera: tephritidae) and ecological implications for their management in mango and cashew orchards in benin (centre & north).we report the results of a large-scale (six orchards) and long-term (5-yr) study on seasonal population fluctuations of fruit flies (diptera tephritidae) in mango (2005-2009) and cashew (2007-2009) orchards in the borgou department, benin.during the five consecutive years of mango fruit fly monitoring, 25 tephritid species were captured including three species of bactrocera, 11 of ceratitis, and 11 of dacus, which is represented by 2,138,150 specimens in mango orchards. we observed significant d ...201526453710
high-quality complete genome sequence of microbacterium sp. subg005, a plant pathogen.microbacterium sp. subg005 is a gram positive bacterium, isolated from infected leaf of mangifera indica l. in rajkot (22.30°n, 70.78°e), gujarat, india. the genome sequencing of microbacterium sp. subg005 is having type i secretion system genes of pathogenicity as well as heavy metal resistance unique genes. the genome size is 7.01 mb with g + c content of 64.80% and contains rrna sequences. genome sequencing analysis provides information about the microbe role in host-pathogen interaction. the ...201526484276
population structure and cryptic genetic variation in the mango fruit fly, ceratitis cosyra (diptera, tephritidae).the fruit fly ceratitis cosyra is an important agricultural pest negatively affecting the mango crop production throughout africa and also feeding on a variety of other wild and cultivated hosts. the occurrence of deeply divergent haplotypes, as well as extensive morphological variability, previously suggested possible cryptic speciation within ceratitis cosyra. here we provide the first large-scale characterisation of the population structure of ceratitis cosyra with the main objective of verif ...201526798276
status of bactrocera invadens (diptera: tephritidae) in mango-producing areas of arba minch, southwestern ethiopia.bactrocera invadens, the asian fruit fly, was first reported in kenya in 2003, and it spread fast to most tropical countries in africa. to our knowledge, there is no detailed data on the fruit damage and status of fruit flies in arba minch and elsewhere in ethiopia. hence, information on the species composition and pest status of the fruit fly species is urgent to plan management strategies in the area. fruit flies were captured using male parapheromone-baited traps. matured mango (mangifera ind ...201525612742
a new adult diet formulation for sterile males of anastrepha ludens and anastrepha obliqua (diptera: tephritidae).a new adult diet formulation was evaluated for sterile anastrepha ludens (loew) and anastrepha obliqua (macquart) males at the emergence and release facility of fruit flies in mexico. the formulation consists of hydrolyzed protein, sugar, juvenile hormone analogue methoprene, and water. the proportion of the ingredients between the solute (4% hydrolyzed protein and 96% sugar) and solvent (10% methoprene and 90% water) was 5:1. this new formulation was called the 1:24 formulation. the main object ...201526470310
effect of dietary ethanol extracts of mango (mangifera indica l.) on lipid oxidation and the color of chicken meat during frozen storage.the aim of this study was to evaluate the dietary effect of mango extracts on lipid stability and the coloring of broiler chicken breast meat during frozen storage. the treatments consisted of broiler chicken diet without antioxidants (control) and diets containing antioxidants: 200 ppm of butylated hydroxytoluene (bht), 200 ppm of mango peel extract (mpe), 400 ppm of mpe, 200 ppm of mango seed extract (mse), and 400 ppm of mse. the broiler breasts were stored for 90 days and analysis of lipid o ...201526475070
surfactant mediated extraction of total phenolic contents (tpc) and antioxidants from fruits juices.the aim of this study was to enhance the extraction of total phenolic contents (tpc) and antioxidants from fruit juices by the application of surfactants formulations instead of conventional solvents (methanol, ethanol and acetone). a variety of fruit infusions: apple red delicious (apple (rd)) (malus domestica), mcintosh apple (apple (i)) (malus pumila), sweet lemon (citrus limetta) and mango (magnifera indica) were studied. effect of water, organic solvents and five different aqueous surfactan ...201525952870
mango (mangifera indica l.) malformation: a malady of stress ethylene origin.mango malformation is a major constrain in mango production worldwide causing heavy economic losses depending on cultivar type and susceptibility. the malady has variously been ascribed to be acarological, viral, fungal and physiological in nature. here, we discuss the ethylene origin nature of malady. there are indications that most of the symptoms of mango malformation resemble with those of caused by ethylene effects. multiple evidence reports of putative causal agents including fusarium mang ...201525648881
anti-inflammatory effects of aqueous extract of mangifera indica in wistar rats.recent studies in standard laboratories have indicated that a typical mango stem bark aqueous extract (magnifera indica linn) possess anti-malaria and anti-fever properties. recent information also exists in the literature, suggesting its potency as a very effective anti-inflammatory plant extract. this study will therefore contribute immensely to the systemic search for a useful, less toxic and natural bioactive medicinal compound.201525473801
analysing growth and development of plants jointly using developmental growth stages.plant growth, the increase of organ dimensions over time, and development, the change in plant structure, are often studied as two separate processes. however, there is structural and functional evidence that these two processes are strongly related. the aim of this study was to investigate the co-ordination between growth and development using mango trees, which have well-defined developmental stages.201525452250
the effects of mangiferin (mangifera indica l) in doxorubicin-induced cardiotoxicity in rats.the cardiotoxicity effect of doxorubicin (dox), a widely used antitumor agent has restricted its clinical application. the aim of the current study was to explore the potential protective effect of mangiferin, a naturally occurring glucosylxanthone, that have antioxidant activity by its iron-complexing ability in mitochondria, against dox-induced cardiac toxicity in rats in comparison with other antioxidants namely sylimarin (syl) and vitamin e (vite).201525426848
degradation pattern and risk assessment of carbendazim and mancozeb in mango fruits.a supervised field trial was conducted at four different agroclimatic locations in india to evaluate the dissipation pattern and risk assessment of carbendazim and mancozeb in mango fruits following foliar application of mixed formulation of carbendazim 12% and mancozeb 63% fungicide (saaf-75wp) at recommended dose (90 + 472.5) and double the recommended dose (180 + 945 g a.i. ha(-1)). average initial deposition of carbendazim was in the range of 1.12 to 2.7 and 1.95 to 4.09 mg kg(-1) and for ma ...201525407993
mango (mangifera indica l.) cv. kent fruit mesocarp de novo transcriptome assembly identifies gene families important for ripening.fruit ripening is a physiological and biochemical process genetically programmed to regulate fruit quality parameters like firmness, flavor, odor and color, as well as production of ethylene in climacteric fruit. in this study, a transcriptomic analysis of mango (mangifera indica l.) mesocarp cv. "kent" was done to identify key genes associated with fruit ripening. using the illumina sequencing platform, 67,682,269 clean reads were obtained and a transcriptome of 4.8 gb. a total of 33,142 coding ...201525741352
phytochemical and in vitro and in vivo biological investigation on the antihypertensive activity of mango leaves (mangifera indica l.).the aim of this study was to investigate the antihypertensive effect of leaves mangifera indica l. using in vitro and in vivo assays.201525724882
physico chemical characterization and the effect of processing on the quality characteristics of sindura, mallika and totapuri mango cultivars.mango (magnifera indica l) is grown in the tropical and sub tropical regions of india. the fruit has a high commercial value depending on the color, flavor and pulp characteristics of the cultivar. sindura, mallika and totapuri cultivars grown in southern karnataka were investigated for the physical chemical characteristics and the effect of processing on the quality characteristics. sindura, mallika and totapuri mango cultivars had significantly different physico chemical and compositional char ...201525694717
residue levels and dissipation behaviors for trifloxystrobin and tebuconazole in mango fruit and soil.an evaluation of residue levels of trifloxystrobin and tebuconazole was carried out on mango fruits after treatments with the combined formulation, trifloxystrobin (25 % w/w) and tebuconazole (50 % w/w), at standard and double doses of 250 + 500 and 500 + 1000 g a.i. ha(-1), respectively. extraction and purification of the mango fruit samples were carried out by the quechers method after validating the analytical parameters. determination of the fungicides was carried out by gas chromatography ( ...201525663402
mangiferin ameliorates the intestinal inflammatory response and the impaired gastrointestinal motility in mouse model of postoperative ileus.our previous study has shown that mangiferin (mgf), a glucosylxanthone from mangifera indica, exerts gastrointestinal prokinetic action involving a cholinergic mechanism. postoperative ileus (poi) is a temporary disturbance in gastrointestinal motility following surgery, and intestinal inflammatory response plays a critical role in the pathogenesis of poi. the present study investigated to know whether mgf having anti-inflammatory and prokinetic actions can ameliorate the intestinal inflammation ...201525653124
uni-dimensional double development hptlc-densitometry method for simultaneous analysis of mangiferin and lupeol content in mango (mangifera indica) pulp and peel during storage.mango (mangifera indica) fruit is one of the important commercial fruit crops of india. similar to other tropical fruits it is also highly perishable in nature. during storage/ripening, changes in its physico-chemical quality parameters viz. firmness, titrable acidity, total soluble solid content (tssc), carotenoids content, and other biochemicals are inevitable. a uni-dimensional double-development high-performance thin-layer chromatography (uddd-hptlc) method was developed for the real-time mo ...201525624210
bioaccessibility of polyphenols associated with dietary fiber and in vitro kinetics release of polyphenols in mexican 'ataulfo' mango (mangifera indica l.) by-products.the biological properties of polyphenol (pp) depend on its bioaccessibility and bioavailability. therefore, part of pp released from the food matrix in the gastrointestinal tract through enzymatic hydrolysis is at least partially absorbed. the aim of this study is to determine the bioaccessibility of pp associated with dietary fiber (df) and the kinetics release of pp in mango (mangifera indica l.) 'ataulfo' by-products by an in vitro model. soluble and insoluble df values were 7.99 and 18.56% i ...201525608953
influence of different desapping agents on the incidence of sapburn, ripening behaviour and quality of mango.sapburn injury in mango is regarded as the most serious problem as it reduces the aesthetic appeal and downgrade the fruit quality with considerable economic losses. for the control of sapburn injury, physiologically mature mango fruits of cv. chausa were harvested along with 5-8 cm stalk attached. immediately after harvesting, fruits were de-stemmed and treated with different desapping agent solutions [calcium hydroxide (1 %), sodium hydroxide (1 %), alum (0.5 and 1 %)] by dipping them for 5 mi ...201525593366
utilization of physicochemical variables developed from changes in sensory attributes and consumer acceptability to predict the shelf life of fresh-cut mango fruit.sensory evaluation is the ideal tool for shelf-life determination. with the objective to develop an easy shelf-life indicator, color (l*, a*, b*, chroma and hue angle), total soluble solids (tss), firmness (f), ph, acidity, and the sensory attributes of appearance, brightness, browning, odor, flavor, texture, color, acidity and sweetness were evaluated in fresh cut mangoes (fcm) stored at 5, 10, 15 and 20 °c. overall acceptability was evaluated by consumers. correlation analysis between sensory ...201525593365
a novel method to augment extraction of mangiferin by application of microwave on three phase partitioning.this work reports a novel approach where three phase partitioning (tpp) was combined with microwave for extraction of mangiferin from leaves of mangifera indica. soxhlet extraction was used as reference method, which yielded 57 mg/g in 5 h. under optimal conditions such as microwave irradiation time 5 min, ammonium sulphate concentration 40% w/v, power 272 w, solute to solvent ratio 1:20, slurry to t-butanol ratio 1:1, soaking time 5 min and duty cycle 50%, the mangiferin yield obtained was 54 m ...201528626691
novel strategies for capturing health-protective mango phytochemicals in shelf stable food matrices.cost-effective methods for concentration and stabilization of otherwise perishable mango fruit phytoactives into shelf stable high protein ingredients were developed to combat stunting (malnutrition) in rural africa. mango juices complexed with sunflower oil and protein-rich legume flours yielded carotenoid-enriched oils and pelleted polyphenol-enriched flour matrices. carotenoids from juices were concentrated 9-10 times in the fortified sunflower oil. protein-rich soy and peanut flours captured ...201525519247
identification of new phytoconstituents and antimicrobial activity in stem bark of mangifera indica (l.).mangifera indica, commonly called mango or amra belonging to a family of anacardiaceae, is an important medicinal plant widely used in a variety of ayurvedic preparations. extract of its bark, leaves, flowers and kernels are being extensively used for curing various chronic diseases. mango wood is used in yagya as base fire through which medicated smoke is generated. three new compounds have been isolated from methanolic and hexane extracts of stem bark: 1,2-benzenedicarboxylic acid, mono(2-ethy ...201525555263
uv-b irradiation alleviates the deterioration of cold-stored mangoes by enhancing endogenous nitric oxide levels.effects of uv-b radiation on chilling injury, ripening and endogenous nitric oxide (no) levels in mango fruit were evaluated. chilling injury index, ion leakage, and malondialdehyde (mda) content of the fruit pretreated with 5kjm(-2) uv-b for 4h were significantly lower than those of the control during fruit ripening at ambient temperature following cold storage at 6°c for 10days. fruit firmness of the mangoes irradiated with uv-b was significantly higher than the control during the ripening per ...201525236246
development and validation of an hplc method for the determination of alk(en)ylresorcinols using rapid ultrasound-assisted extraction of mango peels and rye grains.exhaustive extraction of alk(en)ylresorcinols (ars) from biological matrices is a prerequisite for economic screening of extensive plant collections including their rapid quantitation. for this purpose, an ultrasound-assisted extraction protocol was developed to facilitate the liberation of ars from mango peels (mangifera indica l.) and rye grains (secale cereale l.). while maintaining or even improving the extraction efficiency of the analytes, the duration of analytical extraction was shortene ...201525236225
simultaneous ultrasound-assisted water extraction and β-cyclodextrin encapsulation of polyphenols from mangifera indica stem bark in counteracting tnfα-induced endothelial dysfunction.this study proposes an alternative technique to prevent heat degradation induced by classic procedures of bioactive compound extraction, comparing classical maceration/decoction in hot water of polyphenols from mango (mangifera indica l.) (mi) with ultrasound-assisted extraction (uae) in a water solution of β-cyclodextrin (β-cd) at room temperature and testing their biological activity on tnfα-induced endothelial dysfunction. both extracts counteracted tnfα effects on eahy926 cells, down-modulat ...201525589236
antidiarrhoeal activity of aqueous extract of mangifera indica l. leaves in female albino rats.mangifera indica l. leaves have a long history of indigenous use, as an antidiarrhoeal agent among others, without any scientific study that has substantiated or refuted this claim. therefore, the aims of this study were to determine the secondary metabolites in the aqueous extract of mangifera indica leaves and its acclaimed antidiarrhoeal activity in rats.201525575467
anti-diabetic effect of dietary mango (mangifera indica l.) peel in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.in the present study, the composition of mango peel powder (mpp) collected from the mango pulp industry was determined and the effect of mpp on ameliorating diabetes and its associated complications was studied.201524917522
effects of sonication and ultraviolet-c treatment as a hurdle concept on quality attributes of chokanan mango (mangifera indica l.) juice.the growing demand for fresh-like food products has encouraged the development of hurdle technology of non-thermal processing. in this study, freshly squeezed chokanan mango juice was treated by paired combinations of sonication (for 15 and 30 min at 25 ℃, 40 khz frequency) and uv-c treatment (for 15 and 30 min at 25 ℃). selected physicochemical properties, antioxidant activities, microbial inactivation and other quality parameters of combined treated juice were compared to conventional thermal ...201524854293
physiologic and metabolic benefits of formulated diets and mangifera indica in fluoride toxicity.fluorosis is a major health problem affecting normal physiological and metabolic functions in people living in endemic fluoride areas. the present work was aimed at investigating the role of basal, high carbohydrate low protein (hclp) and high protein low carbohydrate (hplc) diets and mangifera indica fruit powder as a food supplement in fluoride-induced metabolic toxicity. exposure to fluoride resulted in elevation of plasma glucose levels, acp, alp, sgpt, sgot, and hepatic g-6-pase activities, ...201525166890
modulatory effect of mangifera indica against carbon tetrachloride induced kidney damage in rats.there is little scientific evidence on the local use of mangifera indica in kidney diseases. this study investigated the reno-modulatory roles of the aqueous stem bark extract of mangifera indica (miase) against ccl4-induced renal damage. rats were treated intragastrically with 125, 250 and 500 mg/kg/day miase for 7 days before and after the administration of ccl4 (3 ml/kg of 30% ccl4, i.p.). serum levels of electrolytes (na+, k+, cl(-), hco3(-)), urea and creatinine were determined. renal tissu ...201527486379
dominant viral pathologies in the extensive and semi-intensive animal breeding and their treatment mode in ethno veterinary medicine in benin.this study aims to identify the dominant viral animal pathologies and to list the traditional recipes used by the breeders for their treatment.201527047056
probing the catalytic promiscuity of a regio- and stereospecific c-glycosyltransferase from mangifera indica.the catalytic promiscuity of the novel benzophenone c-glycosyltransferase, micgt, which is involved in the biosynthesis of mangiferin from mangifera indica, was explored. micgt exhibited a robust capability to regio- and stereospecific c-glycosylation of 35 structurally diverse druglike scaffolds and simple phenolics with udp-glucose, and also formed o- and n-glycosides. moreover, micgt was able to generate c-xylosides with udp-xylose. the ogt-reversibility of micgt was also exploited to generat ...201526331569
[textual research on amara (mangifera indica linn), butea monsperma (lam) kuntze, and ferula asatoitida l].in the buddhist canons, there are lots of medicines imported from abroad recorded. the dictionary works of such buddhist canons give detailed annotations and explanations to all these foreign medicines, from which we can investigate the features of all these medicines. it is also clear that these three medicines were imported into china no later than the tang dynasty. amara was originally grown in the xi yu (western region) , now called mango. its form and connotation appeared no later than the ...201526268251
describing quality and sensory attributes of 3 mango (mangifera indica l.) cultivars at 3 ripeness stages based on firmness.to determine the ideal ripening stage for consumption of the mango cultivars, "ataulfo," "haden," and "tommy atkins"; fruits at 3 flesh firmness levels (ripeness stages) were evaluated by a trained panel using descriptive analysis after instrumental measurements were made. after harvest, all fruits were ripened to allow softening and quality and sensory attribute changes. ripening changes during softening of ataulfo mangos were expressed by a characteristic increase in the perception of "tropica ...201526257310
validation of ethnomedicinal potential of tinospora cordifolia for anticancer and immunomodulatory activities and quantification of bioactive molecules by hptlc.tinospora cordifolia (willd.) miers ex hook. f. & thomas. (menispermaceae) is one of the most widely used plants in various traditional medicinal systems including "ayurveda". the plant is used for the treatment of jaundice, rheumatism, urinary disorder, skin diseases, diabetes and anemia. the phytoconstituents present in the plant belongs to different class of compounds such as alkaloids, diterpenoids lactones, glycosides, steroids, phenol, aliphatic compounds and polysaccharides.201526253577
pollination services of mango flower pollinators.measuring wild pollinator services in agricultural production is very important in the context of sustainable management. in this study, we estimated the contribution of native pollinators to mango fruit set production of two mango cultivars mangifera indica (l). cv. 'sala' and 'chok anan'. visitation rates of pollinators on mango flowers and number of pollen grains adhering to their bodies determined pollinator efficiency for reproductive success of the crop. chok anan failed to produce any fru ...201526246439
antioxidant and enzymatic responses to oxidative stress induced by pre-harvest water supply reduction and ripening on mango (mangifera indica l. cv. 'cogshall') in relation to carotenoid content.the effects of a reduction in water supply during fruit development and postharvest fruit ripening on the oxidative status and the antioxidant defense system were studied in the mango fruit (mangifera indica l.) cv. cogshall. changes in non-enzymatic (ascorbate) and enzymatic (sod, cat, apx, mdhar, dhar and gr) antioxidants, as well as oxidative parameters (h2o2 and mda) and major carotenoids, were measured in unripe and ripe fruits from well-irrigated and non-irrigated trees. under non-limiting ...201526232564
mangiferin inhibits renal urate reabsorption by modulating urate transporters in experimental hyperuricemia.mangiferin, a natural glucosyl xanthone from the leaves of mangifera indica l., was previously shown to exert potent hypouricemic effects associated with inhibition of the activity of xanthine dehydrogenase/oxidase. the present study aimed to evaluate its uricosuric effect and possible molecular mechanisms underlying the renal urate transporters responsible for urate reabsorption in vivo. mangiferin (1.5-24.0 mg/kg) was administered intragastrically to hyperuricemic mice and rats induced by the ...201526228630
sequence diversity and differential expression of major phenylpropanoid-flavonoid biosynthetic genes among three mango varieties.mango fruits contain a broad spectrum of phenolic compounds which impart potential health benefits; their biosynthesis is catalysed by enzymes in the phenylpropanoid-flavonoid (pf) pathway. the aim of this study was to reveal the variability in genes involved in the pf pathway in three different mango varieties mangifera indica l., a member of the family anacardiaceae: kensington pride (kp), irwin (iw) and nam doc mai (ndm) and to determine associations with gene expression and mango flavonoid p ...201526220670
development of est-ssr and trap markers from transcriptome sequencing data of the mango.mango is one of the most commercially important fruit crops in tropical and subtropical regions. to increase the efficiency of breeding strategies, two est-derived marker systems were developed in the present study using information from the mango fruit transcriptome. using simple sequence repeats, 218 of 230 primer pairs showed stable amplification for 7 mango genotypes with amplicons ranging from 84 to 160 bp; 93 of the primer pairs yielded polymorphic products. the proportion of polymorphic b ...201526214472
mangiferin mitigates gastric ulcer in ischemia/ reperfused rats: involvement of ppar-γ, nf-κb and nrf2/ho-1 signaling pathways.mangiferin (mf), a xanthonoid from mangifera indica, has been proved to have antisecretory and antioxidant gastroprotective effects against different gastric ulcer models; however, its molecular mechanism has not been previously elucidated. therefore, the aim of this study was to test its modulatory effect on several signaling pathways using the ischemia/reperfusion model for the first time. animals were treated with mf, omeprazole (omp), and the vehicle. the mechanistic studies revealed that mf ...201526196679
modulatory potentials of the aqueous stem bark extract of mangifera indica on carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatotoxicity in rats.among yoruba herbalists (southwest nigeria), hot water infusion of mangifera indica l. ( máng guǒ) stem bark is reputedly used for the treatment of fever, jaundice and liver disorders. the present study, therefore, investigates the protective effects and mechanism(s) of chemopreventive and curative effects of 125-500 mg/kg/day of mangifera indica aqueous stem bark extract (miase) in acute ccl4-induced liver damage in rats. rats were treated intragastrically with 125, 250 and 500 mg/kg/day of mia ...201526151020
enhancing antioxidant activity, microbial and sensory quality of mango (mangifera indica l.) juice by γ-irradiation and its in vitro radioprotective potential.gamma irradiation is an effective method currently being used for microbial decontamination and insect disinfestations of foods. in the present study, mango (mangifera indica l.) juice was irradiated at doses of 0, 1.0, 3.0 and 5.0 kgy and microbial load, total polyphenols, flavonoids, ascorbic acid content, antioxidant activities, colour and sensory properties were evaluated immediately after irradiation and also during storage. microbiological assay of the fresh and stored mango juice showed b ...201526139871
comparative assessment of phenolic content and in vitro antioxidant capacity in the pulp and peel of mango cultivars.mango (mangifera indica l.), also called "the king of fruits", is one of the most popular fruits in tropical regions. pulp and peel samples of mango cultivars were analyzed to estimate total phenolic, total flavonoid and total anthocyanin contents. phenolic acids, hydrophilic peroxyl radical scavenging capacity (hydro-psc) and oxygen radical scavenging capacity (orac) in vitro were also determined. total phenolics and flavonoid contents were found maximum in the peel of xiao tainang and da taina ...201526075869
mangiferin ameliorates aluminium chloride-induced cognitive dysfunction via alleviation of hippocampal oxido-nitrosative stress, proinflammatory cytokines and acetylcholinesterase level.mangiferin is a phytochemical primarily present in the stem, leaves and bark of mangifera indica. it offers neuroprotection mainly through inhibition of oxidative stress, and decreasing proinflammatory cytokines level in the brain. aluminium has been reported to cause oxidative stress-associated damage in the brain. in the present investigation, protective effect of mangiferin against aluminium chloride (alcl3)-induced neurotoxicity and cognitive impairment was studied in male swiss albino mice. ...201526004900
wild edible plant species utilized by a subsistence farming community in obalanga sub-county, amuria district, uganda.farming communities have continuous interactions with their environment. subsistence farmers are particularly vulnerable to the vagaries of weather. these are pre-requisites for increased wild edible plant consumption. this study mainly focused on indigenous knowledge regarding identity and use of wild edible plant species by the subsistence farmers of obalanga.201525971428
inter-regional mating compatibility among bactrocera dorsalis populations in thailand (diptera,tephritidae).mating compatibility among recently colonized (wildish) populations of bactrocera dorsalis (hendel) from different geographic origins in thailand was assessed through inter-regional mating tests. outdoor octagonal nylon screen field cages containing single potted mango trees (mangifera indica l.) were used. sexual compatibility was determined using the index of sexual isolation (isi), the male relative performance index (mrpi), and the female relative performance index (frpi). the isi values ind ...201526798264
change in the chemical profile of mangifera indica leaves after their metabolism in the tropidacris collaris grasshopper.this present work addresses research on the discovery of new compounds from natural sources. it is based on a study of mangifera indica leaf metabolism by the tropidacris collaris grasshopper. we found that the grasshopper hydrolyzed the flavonoid isoquercitrin to quercetin when the o-glycosidic bond was broken and sugar released as a probable energy source for the insect. there was not, however, hydrolysis of the major compound in the leaves, mangiferin, which contains the c-glycosidic bond. al ...201526749802
factors influencing oral bioavailability of thai mango seed kernel extract and its key phenolic principles.mango seed kernel extract (mske) and its key components (gallic acid, ga; methyl gallate, mg; and pentagalloyl glucopyranose, pgg) have generated interest because of their pharmacological activities. to develop the potential use of the key components in mske as natural therapeutic agents, their pharmacokinetic data are necessary. therefore, this study was performed to evaluate the factors affecting their oral bioavailability as pure compounds and as components in mske. the in vitro chemical stab ...201526633325
evaluation of the fatty acid composition of the seeds of mangifera indica l. and their application.mango (mangifera indica l.), an edible fruit, is one of the main agricultural products in many tropical regions. mango varieties differ in not only fruit shape but also aroma, which is an important characteristic. although the fruit has many uses, the seeds are discarded as waste. therefore, this study aimed to estimate the fatty acid content of seed oil of mangoes from different cultivation areas (miyazaki, japan, and taiwan), and to evaluate their application in cosmetics. five fatty acids wer ...201525948136
comparative study of growth traits and haematological parameters of anak and nigerian heavy ecotype chickens fed with graded levels of mango seed kernel (mangifera indica) meal.one hundred fifty anak and 120 nigerian heavy local ecotype (nhle) chickens were used to study the effects of feeding graded levels of mango seed kernel meal (mkm) replacing maize diet on growth traits and haematological parameters. a 2 × 5 factorial arrangement was employed: two breeds and five diets. the birds were randomly allocated to five finisher diets formulated such that mkm replaced maize at 0, 10, 20, 30 and 40% (t1, t2, t3, t4 and t5) inclusion levels, respectively. the effect of bree ...201525939914
ethanol extract of mango (mangifera indica l.) peel inhibits α-amylase and α-glucosidase activities, and ameliorates diabetes related biochemical parameters in streptozotocin (stz)-induced diabetic rats.peel is a major by-product during processing of mango fruit into pulp. recent report indicates that the whole peel powder ameliorated diabetes. in the present study, ethanolic extract of mango peel was analysed for its bioactive compounds, evaluated for α-amylase and α-glucosidase inhibitory properties, oral glucose tolerance test, antioxidant properties, plasma insulin level and biochemical parameters related to diabetes. in addition to gallic and protocatechuic acids, the extract also had chlo ...201526604360
estrogen modulation properties of mangiferin and quercetin and the mangiferin metabolite norathyriol.mango fruit contain many bioactive compounds, some of which are transcription factor regulators. estrogen receptor alpha (erα) and beta (erβ) are two regulators of gene transcription that are important in a variety of physiological processes and also in diseases including breast cancer. we examined the ability of the mango constituents quercetin, mangiferin, and the aglycone form of mangiferin, norathyriol, to activate both isoforms of the estrogen receptor. quercetin and norathyriol decreased t ...201525940566
mango (mangifera indica l.) germplasm diversity based on single nucleotide polymorphisms derived from the transcriptome.germplasm collections are an important source for plant breeding, especially in fruit trees which have a long duration of juvenile period. thus, efforts have been made to study the diversity of fruit tree collections. even though mango is an economically important crop, most of the studies on diversity in mango collections have been conducted with a small number of genetic markers.201526573148
identification of target proteins of mangiferin in mice with acute lung injury using functionalized magnetic microspheres based on click chemistry.prevention of the occurrence and development of inflammation is a vital therapeutic strategy for treating acute lung injury (ali). increasing evidence has shown that a wealth of ingredients from natural foods and plants have potential anti-inflammatory activity. in the present study, mangiferin, a natural c-glucosyl xanthone that is primarily obtained from the peels and kernels of mango fruits and the bark of the mangifera indica l. tree, alleviated the inflammatory responses in lipopolysacchari ...201526488336
impact of ph and total soluble solids on enzyme inactivation kinetics during high pressure processing of mango (mangifera indica) pulp.this study was undertaken with an aim to enhance the enzyme inactivation during high pressure processing (hpp) with ph and total soluble solids (tss) as additional hurdles. impact of mango pulp ph (3.5, 4.0, 4.5) and tss (15, 20, 25 °brix) variations on the inactivation of pectin methylesterase (pme), polyphenol oxidase (ppo), and peroxidase (pod) enzymes were studied during hpp at 400 to 600 mpa pressure (p), 40 to 70 °c temperature (t), and 6- to 20-min pressure-hold time (t). the enzyme inact ...201526444301
mango (mangifera indica l.) by-products and their valuable components: a review.the large amount of waste produced by the food industries causes serious environmental problems and also results in economic losses if not utilized effectively. different research reports have revealed that food industry by-products can be good sources of potentially valuable bioactive compounds. as such, the mango juice industry uses only the edible portions of the mangoes, and a considerable amount of peels and seeds are discarded as industrial waste. these mango by-products come from the trop ...201525863626
medicinal properties of mangiferin, structural features, derivative synthesis, pharmacokinetics and biological activities.the identification of biologically active and potentially therapeutically useful pharmacophores from natural products has been a long-term focus in the pharmaceutical industry. the recent emergence of a worldwide obesity and type ii diabetes epidemic has increased focus upon small molecules that can modulate energy metabolism, insulin sensitivity and fat biology. interesting preliminary work done on mangiferin (mgf), the predominant constituent of extracts of the mango plant mangifera indica l., ...201525827900
comparative study of the methane production based on the chemical compositions of mangifera indica and manihot utilissima leaves.leaves of mangifera indica (mi, mango leaves) and manihot utilissima (mu, cassava leaves) are available in tropical regions and are the most accessible vegetal wastes of kinshasa, capital of democratic republic of congo. these wastes are not suitably managed and are not rationally valorized. they are abandoned in full air, on the soil and in the rivers. they thus pollute environment. by contrast, they can be recuperated and treated in order to produce methane (energy source), organic fertilizer ...201525825684
atheromic and lymphoplasmacytic effects of mangifera indica methanolic leaf extract on the heart of chinchilla rabbits.the aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of methanol extract of mangifera indica on serum concentration of creatine kinase, total white blood cell (wbc) count and lymphocyte counts and the micro-anatomical architecture of the heart in chinchilla rabbits in order to find its safe and toxic levels. a total of 24 chinchilla rabbits aged 10-14 weeks, divided into four experimental groups were orally administered the doses of none, 500, 1000 and 1500 mg/kg body weight of the methanol extract ...201525803074
inhibition of secretary pla₂--vrv-pl-viiia of russell's viper venom by standard aqueous stem bark extract of mangifera indica l.the aqueous extract of mangifera indica is known to possess anti-snake venom activities. however, its inhibitory potency and mechanism of action on multi-toxic phospholipases a2s, which are the most toxic and lethal component of snake venom is still unknown. therefore, this study was carried out to evaluate the modulatory effect of standard aqueous bark extract of m. indica on vrv-pl-viiia of indian russells viper venom. mangifera indica extract dose dependently inhibited the giib spla2 (vrv-pl- ...201525801252
in vitro studies on mangiferin protection against cadmium-induced human renal endothelial damage and cell death via the map kinase and nf-κb pathways.the therapeutic effects of the natural antioxidant mangiferin (a xanthonoid and potent oxygen free radical scavenger), which is widely distributed in mango fruit, against cdcl(2)-induced toxicity in human renal glomerulus endothelial cells (hrgec) were investigated. the viability of hregcs that were treated with cdcl(2) (25 µ mol) and co-treated with mangiferin (75 µ mol) for 24 h was measured by crystal violet dye. the exposure of human glomerulus renal endothelial cells to cadmium promotes a p ...201625798666
pollution response score of tree species in relation to ambient air quality in an urban area.multivariate statistical techniques were employed on twelve leaf traits in four selected common tree species (mangifera indica l., polyalthia longifolia sonn., ficus benghalensis l. and psidium guajava l.) to evaluate their responses with respect to major air pollutants in an urban area. discriminant analysis (da) identified chlorophyll/carotenoid ratio, leaf dry matter content, carotenoids, net water content and ascorbic acid as the major discriminating leaf traits, which varied maximally with ...201626508430
in vitro activation of enos by mangifera indica (careless™) and determination of an effective dosage in a randomized, double-blind, human pilot study on microcirculation.mangifera indica fruit preparation (careless™) activates the evolutionary conserved metabolic sensors sirtuin 1 and adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase, which have been identified as playing a key role in microcirculation and endothelial function. here, an acute effect of a single dose of 100 mg or 300 mg careless™ on microcirculation was investigated in a randomized, double-blind, crossover pilot study in ten healthy women to determine the effective dosage. microcirculation and end ...201626584454
antihepatotoxic efficacy of mangifera indica l. polysaccharides against cyclophosphamide in rats.the present study aims to evaluate the possible protective role of polysaccharides extracted from the egyptian mango mangifera indica l. (mps) and/or silymarine against cyclophosphamide (cp) toxicity in male albino rats. the mps and/or silymarin significantly decreased the activities of serum asat and alat. however, mps (1000 mg/kg) normalized their activities towards the normal levels recording 28.75 and 78.75 u/ml respectively. the recorded data also showed the antioxidant effect of mps by dec ...201626615121
data on changes in the fatty acid composition during fruit development and ripening of three mango cultivars (alphonso, pairi and kent) varying in lactone content.data in this article presents fatty acid composition of three mango cultivars; alphonso, pairi and kent through fruit development and ripening. change in the ω-6 and ω-3 fatty acids level during mango fruit development and ripening is depicted. also, data on aroma volatile 'lactones' composition from pulp and skin tissues of these cultivars at their ripe stage, respectively is provided. statistical data is also shown, which correlates modulation in lactone content with that of fatty acid composi ...201627722190
evaluation of four protein extraction methods for proteomic analysis of mango peel.the peel of mango (mangifera indica l.) is a special plant tissue that contains many compounds that interfere with protein extraction. a successful separation with two-dimensional electrophoresis (2-de) is the key step for proteomic analysis. to evaluate the efficiencies of mango peel protein extraction for 2-de, four extraction methods were tested: 1) 2-d clean-up kit, 2) trichloroacetic acid/acetone precipitation, 3) phenol extraction, 4) phenol with methanol/ammonium acetate precipitation. th ...201627706672
spatial variance of physicochemical properties within mangos and the effect of initial ripeness stage on the quality of fresh-cut mangos.this study aimed to assess the spatial variation in physicochemical properties within individual mangos, as well as to investigate the influence of initial ripeness level on physicochemical characteristics of fresh-cut mangos. individual mangos were evaluated at 12 specific flesh positions in the inner and outer sides. mango cubes of 1.5 cm prepared from three firmness stages were monitored for changes during 9 days of storage at 5 °c.201626699838
mangiferin alleviates lipopolysaccharide and d-galactosamine-induced acute liver injury by activating the nrf2 pathway and inhibiting nlrp3 inflammasome activation.mangiferin, a glucosylxanthone from mangifera indica, has been reported to have anti-inflammatory effects. however, the protective effects and mechanisms of mangiferin on liver injury remain unclear. this study aimed to determine the protective effects and mechanisms of mangiferin on lipopolysaccharide (lps) and d-galactosamine (d-galn)-induced acute liver injury. mangiferin was given 1h after lps and d-galn treatment. the results showed that mangiferin inhibited the levels of serum alt, ast, il ...201626668000
the standard aqueous stem bark extract of mangifera indica l. inhibits toxic pla2 - nn-xib-pla2 of indian cobra venom.the aqueous extract of mangifera indica is known to possess diverse medicinal properties, which also includes anti-snake venom activities. however, its inhibitory potency and mechanism of action on multi-toxic snake venom phospholipases a2s are still unknown. therefore, the objective of this study was to evaluate the modulatory effect of standard aqueous bark extract of m. indica on nn-xib-pla2 of indian cobra venom. the in vitro spla2, in situ hemolytic and in vivo edema inhibition effect were ...201627275129
molecular and morphological diversity in locally grown non-commercial (heirloom) mango varieties of north india.mango (mangifera indica l.) has been cultivated and conserved in different agro-ecologies including malihabad region in northern part of india, that is well known for housing diverse types (heirloom and commercial varieties). in the present study, 37 mango types comprising of 27 heirloom varieties from malihabad region and 10 commercial varieties grown in north and eastern india were assessed for morphological attributes and molecular diversity. the employed ssr markers amplified 2-13 alleles in ...201627097441
molecular cloning and characterization of o-methyltransferase from mango fruit (mangifera indica cv. alphonso).flavour of ripe alphonso mango is invariably dominated by the de novo appearance of lactones and furanones during ripening. of these, furanones comprising furaneol (4-hydroxy-2,5-dimethyl-3(2h)-furanone) and mesifuran (2,5-dimethyl-4-methoxy-3(2h)-furanone) are of particular importance due to their sweet, fruity caramel-like flavour characters and low odour detection thresholds. we isolated a 1056 bp complete open reading frame of a cdna encoding s-adenosyl-l-methionine-dependent o-methyltransfe ...201627039187
comparison of anti-inflammatory mechanisms of mango (mangifera indica l.) and pomegranate (punica granatum l.) in a preclinical model of colitis.tannin-rich fruits have been evaluated as alternative prevention strategies for colorectal cancer based on their anti-inflammatory properties. this study compared tannin-rich preparations from mango (rich in gallotannins) and pomegranate (rich in ellagitannins) in the dextran sodium sulfate-induced colitis model.201627028006
chemical profile of mango (mangifera indica l.) using electrospray ionisation mass spectrometry (esi-ms).mangifera indica l., mango fruit, is consumed as a dietary supplement with purported health benefits; it is widely used in the food industry. herein, the chemical profile of the ubá mango at four distinct maturation stages was evaluated during the process of growth and maturity using negative-ion mode electrospray ionisation fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (esi(-)ft-icr ms) and physicochemical characterisation analysis (total titratable acidity (ta), total soluble sol ...201626988473
the anti-inflammatory activity of standard aqueous stem bark extract of mangifera indica l. as evident in inhibition of group ia spla2.the standard aqueous stem bark extract is consumed as herbal drink and used in the pharmaceutical formulations to treat patients suffering from various disease conditions in cuba. this study was carried out to evaluate the modulatory effect of standard aqueous bark extract of m. indica on group ia spla2. m. indica extract, dose dependently inhibited the gia spla2 (nn-xia-pla2) activity with an ic50 value 8.1 µg/ml. m. indica extract effectively inhibited the indirect hemolytic activity up to 98% ...201626959323
neomangiferin modulates the th17/treg balance and ameliorates colitis in mice.anemarrhena asphodeloides (liliaceae family) and mangifera indica l. (anacardiaceae family) contain neomangiferin as the main active constituent and have been used to treat inflammation, asthma, and pain.201626926174
mangiferin protect myocardial insults through modulation of mapk/tgf-β pathways.mangiferin, a xanthone glycoside isolated from leaves of mangifera indica (anacardiaceae) is known to modulate many biological targets in inflammation and oxidative stress. the present study was designed to investigate whether mangiferin exerts protection against myocardial ischemia-reperfusion (ir) injury and possible role of mitogen activated protein kinase (mapks) and transforming growth factor-β (tgf-β) pathways in its cardioprotection. male albino wistar rats were treated with mangiferin (4 ...201626921754
enzymatic synthesis of acylphloroglucinol 3-c-glucosides from 2-o-glucosides using a c-glycosyltransferase from mangifera indica.a green and cost-effective process for the convenient synthesis of acylphloroglucinol 3-c-glucosides from 2-o-glucosides was exploited using a novel c-glycosyltransferase (micgtb) from mangifera indica. compared with previously characterized cgts, micgtb exhibited unique de-o-glucosylation promiscuity and high regioselectivity toward structurally diverse 2-o-glucosides of acylphloroglucinol and achieved high yields of c-glucosides even with a catalytic amount of uridine 5'-diphosphate (udp). the ...201626918309
kinetics and quality of microwave-assisted drying of mango (mangifera indica).the effect of microwave-assisted convective air-drying on the drying kinetics and quality of mango was evaluated. both microwave power and pretreatment time were significant factors but the effect of power was more profound. increase in microwave power and pretreatment time had a positive effect on drying time. the nonenzymatic browning index of the fresh samples increased from 0.29 to 0.60 while the ascorbic acid content decreased with increase in microwave power and time from 3.84 mg/100g to 1 ...201626904667
dissipation kinetics and risk assessment of thiamethoxam and dimethoate in mango.thiamethoxam and dimethoate are two insecticides used to control hoppers and inflorescence midges in mango. thiamethoxam (0.008 and 0.016%) and dimethoate (0.06 and 0.12%) were sprayed on dashehari mango trees during the pre-mature stage of fruit (first week of may) to study their dissipation kinetics and risk assessment in mango fruit. thiamethoxam dissipated in fruit from 1.93 and 3.71 mg kg(-1) after 2 h of spraying to 0.08 and 0.13 mg kg(-1) after 20 days of spraying at single and double dos ...201626879986
single nucleotide polymorphism analysis reveals heterogeneity within a seedling tree population of a polyembryonic mango cultivar.within a polyembryonic mango seedling tree population, the genetic background of individuals should be identical because vigorous plants for cultivation are expected to develop from nucellar embryos representing maternal clones. due to the fact that the mango cultivar 'hôi' is assigned to the polyembryonic ecotype, an intra-cultivar variability of ethylene receptor genes was unexpected. ethylene receptors in plants are conserved, but the number of receptors or receptor isoforms is variable regar ...201627093244
mangiferin: a promising anticancer bioactive.of late, several biologically active antioxidants from natural products have been investigated by the researchers in order to combat the root cause of carcinogenesis, in other words, oxidative stress. mangiferin, a therapeutically active c-glucosylated xanthone, is extracted from pulp, peel, seed, bark and leaf of mangifera indica. these polyphenols of mangiferin exhibit antioxidant properties and tend to decrease the oxygen-free radicals, thereby reducing the dna damage. indeed, its capability ...201627088726
factors affecting ethylene and carbon dioxide concentrations during ripening: incidence on final dry matter, total soluble solids content and acidity of mango fruit.ripening of climacteric fruits is associated with pronounced changes in fruit gas composition caused by a concomitant rise in respiration and ethylene production. there is a discrepancy in the literature since some authors reported that changes in fruit gas compositions differ in attached and detached fruits. this study presents for the first time an overview of pre- and post-harvest factors that lead to variations in the climacteric respiration and ethylene production, and attempts to determine ...201627085177
in vitro anticancer potential of baco3 nanoparticles synthesized via green route.green synthesis of nanoparticles is a growing research area because of their potential applications in nanomedicine. barium carbonate nanoparticles (baco3 nps) were synthesized using an aqueous extract of mangifera indica seed as a reducing agent. these particles were characterized by fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (ft-ir), x-ray diffraction (xrd), transmission electron microscopy (tem), selected area electron diffraction (saed), energy-dispersive-x-ray (edx) and x-ray photoelectron spe ...201626803273
mangiferin inhibits macrophage classical activation via downregulating interferon regulatory factor 5 expression.mangiferin is a natural polyphenol and the predominant effective component of mangifera indica linn. leaves. for hundreds of years, mangifera indica linn. leaf has been used as an ingredient in numerous traditional chinese medicine preparations for the treatment of bronchitis. however, the pharmacological mechanism of mangiferin in the treatment of bronchitis remains to be elucidated. macrophage classical activation is important role in the process of bronchial airway inflammation, and interfero ...201627277156
potentials of mangifera indica in the treatment of depressive-anxiety disorders: possible mechanisms of action.mangifera indica (anacardiaceae) is an important herb in the traditional african and ayurvedic medicines. the stem barks are used in the treatment of hypertension, insomnia, tumour, depression, rheumatism and as a tonic. this study was carried out to investigate antidepressant- and anxiolytic-like effect of the hydroethanol stem bark extract of m. indica (hemi) in mice.201627276531
chemical constituents of mangifera indica and their antiausterity activity against the panc-1 human pancreatic cancer cell line.human pancreatic cancer cell lines such as panc-1 have an altered metabolism, enabiling them to tolerate and survive under extreme conditions of nutrient starvation. the search for candidates that inhibit their viability during nutrition starvation represents a novel antiausterity strategy in anticancer drug discovery. a methanol extract of the bark of mangifera indica was found to inhibit the survival of panc-1 human pancreatic cancer cells preferentially under nutrient-deprived conditions with ...201627466882
the effect of blow flies (diptera: calliphoridae) on the size and weight of mangos (mangifera indica l.).pollination has a great effect on the yield of fruit trees. blow flies are considered as an effective pollinator compared to hand pollination in fruit orchards. therefore, this study was designed to evaluate the effect of different pollination methods in mango orchards.201627441107
optimisation of gellan gum edible coating for ready-to-eat mango (mangifera indica l.) bars.the optimisation of an edible coating based on low acyl (l)/high acyl (h) gellan gum for ready-to-eat mango bars was performed through a central composite rotatable design (ccrd). the independent variables were the concentration of gellan (l/h90/10) and the concentration of ca(2+) in the coating solution, as well as the storage time after coating application. the response variables studied were the coating thickness, mango bars firmness, syneresis, and colour alterations. gellan concentration wa ...201626657585
urinary metabolites from mango (mangifera indica l. cv. keitt) galloyl derivatives and in vitro hydrolysis of gallotannins in physiological conditions.the absorption, metabolism, and excretion of mango galloyl derivatives (gd) has not yet been investigated in humans, and studies investigating repeated dosages of polyphenols are limited.201626640139
image based mango fruit detection, localisation and yield estimation using multiple view geometry.this paper presents a novel multi-sensor framework to efficiently identify, track, localise and map every piece of fruit in a commercial mango orchard. a multiple viewpoint approach is used to solve the problem of occlusion, thus avoiding the need for labour-intensive field calibration to estimate actual yield. fruit are detected in images using a state-of-the-art faster r-cnn detector, and pair-wise correspondences are established between images using trajectory data provided by a navigation sy ...201627854271
data on enterobacteria activity on biofilm formation at surface mango fruit (mangifera indica l.) cv ataulfo.abiotic factors influenced the capacity of the strains to form biofilms. classification of the adhesion type is related with the optical density measured on the biofilm formation of tested strains. the relationship between the biofilm formation in real values with theoretical values of the strains was used to determine the mechanism involved during mixed cultures.201627833933
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