Mangifera: Mango, Mangifera, Mangifera Indica, Mangifera Caesia, Mangifera Odorata, Mangifera Casturi, Mangifera Sylvatica, Mangifera Foetida

Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Mango, Mangifera, Mangifera Indica, Mangifera Caesia, Mangifera Odorata, Mangifera Casturi, Mangifera Sylvatica, Mangifera Foetida, Mangifera Altissima, Mangifera Campnospermoides, Mangifera Acutigemma, Mangifera Austro-Indica, Mangifera Lalijiwa, Mangifera Austro-Yunnanensis, Mangifera Monandra, Mangifera Blommesteinii, Mangifera Rufocostata, Mangifera Transversalis, Mangifera Sumbawaensis, Mangifera Magnifica, Mangifera Pedicellata, Mangifera Persiciformis, Mangifera Andamanica, Mangifera Dewildei, Mangifera Nicobarica, Mangifera Collina, Mangifera Orophila, Mangifera Paludosa, Mangifera Pajang, Mangifera Macrocarpa, Mangifera Bullata, Mangifera Superba, Mangifera Pentandra, Mangifera Similis, Mangifera Zeylanica, Mangifera Dongnaiensis, Mangifera Parvifolia, Mangifera Taipa, Mangifera Minutifolia, Mangifera Rubropetala, Mangifera Hiemalis, Mangifera Gracilipes, Mangifera Flava, Mangifera Siamensis, Began Phali. Excerpt: Began Phali is a mango variety from Sindh . The fruit shape is obliquely oval, Size is big, length about 14 cm. Breadth 9.1 cm Thickness 8.2 cm. Weight 22.0 oz. Base obliquely flattened. Cavity not prominent. Stalk inserted obliquely. Shoulders ventral typically razed, broader and much more higher than dorsal. Back almost rounded. Skin color dark green and glazy when unripe. Yellowish light green with very light crimson patches when ripe. Surface smooth, shining. Dots small distinct. Glands small, crowded. A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at Mangifera Mangifera is a genus of flowering plants in the cashew family, Anacardiaceae . It contains approximately 69 species, with the most well-known being the Common Mango ( Mangifera indica ). The center of diversity is in subtropical and tropical Asia at latitudes between the equator and 69°N, while the highe...