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Artocarpus integrifolia L. Stokes Vernacular names Indonesia: chempedak, campedak Malay , baroh Lingga Malaysia: chempedak cultivated , bankong wild , baroh Johor Burma: sonekadat Thailand: champada. It is also cultivated in these areas as well as in western Java. Uses The fleshy perianths which surround the seeds are eaten fresh or cooked. The flesh, typically yellow or orange, sometimes white to pinkish, is soft and mushy with a strong and very characteristic odour.

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The Artocarpus integer Thunb. The leaves, on a cm long petiole, are alternate, simple, elliptic-ovate with entire margin and pointed apex, cm long and cm broad, coriaceous, glossy intense green above, pale green and pubescent below.

Solitary unisexual inflorescences on the plant itself directly from the trunk or from the branches cauliflory on short leafy shoots, the male ones are cylindrical racemes of cm of length and 1 cm of diametre, with tiny yellowish flowers, the female ones are globose or ellipsoid racemes with several tubular flowers.

The fruit, on a cm long peduncle, is a syncarp aggregation of more fruits grown together and merged globose to oblong-cylindrical, cm long and of cm of diametre, with the surface covered by short pyramidal tubercles, of yellowish to orange yellow colour, emitting an intense unpleasant odour when ripe, similar to that of the Durian Durio zibethinus L. The seeds, per fruit, are ovoid slightly flattened of pale brown colour, cm long and 1,,5 cm broad, surrounded by a fleshy aril of greenish, yellow or orange colour, edible.

Requires an exposition in full sun, but during the first phase of growth, and deep and rich of organic substance soils, slightly acidic to neutral.

An element gnawed by the forest animals. The seeds, rich of carbohydrates, proteins, fibres and minerals, are consumed boiled in salted water and peeled, of taste similar to the Water chestnut Eleocharis dulcis , roasted or fried; also the flour has a high nutritional value and can replace in part that of wheat in the preparation of the bread. Leaves and fruits are utilized in the animal feeding; the wood, of intense yellow colour and of excellent quality, is used in the constructions, in the fabrication of furniture, boats, tools and everyday objects, from the wood they get also a yellow dye used for colouring the cowl of the Buddhist monks.

Various parts of the plant are utlized in the traditional medicine of the local populations for various pathologies; from the leaves they have gotten an hydrocarbon, the stilbene, with anti-malarial properties. Its ornamental characteristics are not to be undervalued Synonyms: Radermachia integra Thunb. Stokes ; Artocarpus jaca Miq. Kuntze

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Artocarpus integer

Hay muchas variedades, aunque pocas han sido nombradas. Los arilos , comestibles carnosos rodean las grandes semillas no comestibles formando una capa gruesa. Es de color blanco amarillento a naranja, dulce y fragante, suave, resbaladizo y viscosa en la lengua y un poco fibrosa. El sabor de la fruta es similar a la jackfruit y fruta de pan con un toque de durian. Las semillas son esferas aplanadas o alargadas, que miden cm de longitud. La carne puede ser consumida fresca o ser luego de procesada. Las semillas pueden prepararse fritas, hervidas o a la plancha y luego se pelan y se comen con un poco de sal.

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The Artocarpus integer Thunb. The leaves, on a cm long petiole, are alternate, simple, elliptic-ovate with entire margin and pointed apex, cm long and cm broad, coriaceous, glossy intense green above, pale green and pubescent below. Solitary unisexual inflorescences on the plant itself directly from the trunk or from the branches cauliflory on short leafy shoots, the male ones are cylindrical racemes of cm of length and 1 cm of diametre, with tiny yellowish flowers, the female ones are globose or ellipsoid racemes with several tubular flowers. The fruit, on a cm long peduncle, is a syncarp aggregation of more fruits grown together and merged globose to oblong-cylindrical, cm long and of cm of diametre, with the surface covered by short pyramidal tubercles, of yellowish to orange yellow colour, emitting an intense unpleasant odour when ripe, similar to that of the Durian Durio zibethinus L. The seeds, per fruit, are ovoid slightly flattened of pale brown colour, cm long and 1,,5 cm broad, surrounded by a fleshy aril of greenish, yellow or orange colour, edible. Requires an exposition in full sun, but during the first phase of growth, and deep and rich of organic substance soils, slightly acidic to neutral.

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