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Canarium indicum

L., 1759

Nangaille


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Classification/taxinomie :
Famille : Burseraceae ;
Synonymes : x (=) basionyme, Canarium commune L. 1767 ;

Synonymes français : noix de nangaille, amande de Java, noix canari ou noix de kanari, noyer de kanari, nangai, nagae ;

Nom(s) anglais et/ou international(aux) : Galip nut, Java almond, canarium nut ;


Comestibilité : fruit

- rapport de consommation et comestibilité/consommabilité inférée (partie(s) utilisable(s) et usage(s) alimentaire(s) correspondant(s)) :

Fruit (grainesµ(dp*)µ, dont extraitµ(dp*)µ {huileµ0(+x)µ}) comestibleµ0(+x)µ.


Précautions à prendre

Précautions à prendre :

néant, inconnus ou indéterminés.


Vendeurs graines : rarepalmseeds.com

Illustration(s) (photographie(s) et/ou dessin(s)):

Illustration
Illustration

Par Ko?hler F.E. (Medizinal Pflanzen, vol. 2: t. 188, 1890), via plantillustrations.org



Liens, sources et/ou références : Wikipedia ; WIKIPEDIA : Canarium (en anglais) ;

dont classification : "The Plant List" (en anglais) ; 848"GRIN" (en anglais) ; INPI (recherche, en anglais) ;

dont Google (recherche de/pour) "Canarium indicum" : pages , images | "Nangaille" : pages ;

dont livres et bases de données : 0"FOOD PLANTS INTERNATIONAL" (en anglais) ;

dont biographie/références de "FOOD PLANTS INTERNATIONAL" :

Galip references ; Altschul, S.V.R., 1973, Drugs and Foods from Little-known Plants. Notes in Harvard University Herbaria. Harvard Univ. Press. Massachusetts. no. 1981 ; Ambasta S.P. (Ed.), 2000, The Useful Plants of India. CSIR India. p 100 (As Canarium commune) ; Amoen. acad. 4:143. 1759 ; Barrau, J., 1976, Subsistence Agriculture in Melanesia. Bernice P. Bishop Museu, Bulletin 219 Honolulu Hawaii. Kraus reprint. p 53 (As Canarium commune and Canarium nungi) ; Barrau, J., 1976, Subsistence Agriculture in Polynesia and Micronesia. Bernice P. Bishop Museu, Bulletin 223 Honolulu Hawaii. Kraus reprint. p 56 (As Canarium commune) ; Bircher, A. G. & Bircher, W. H., 2000, Encyclopedia of Fruit Trees and Edible Flowering Plants in Egypt and the Subtropics. AUC Press. p 78 (As Canarium amboinense and Canarium commune) ; Blackwood, B., 1935, Both sides of Buka Passage. Oxford. page 278-280. ; Borrell, O.W., 1989, An Annotated Checklist of the Flora of Kairiru Island, New Guinea. Marcellin College, Victoria Australia. p 60, 100+7, 180 ; Bremness, L., 1994, Herbs. Collins Eyewitness Handbooks. Harper Collins. p 41 ; Brouk, B., 1975, Plants Consumed by Man. Academic Press, London. p 222 (As Canarium commune) ; Brown, Useful Plants of the Philippines. p 244 ; Bourke, M., 1995, Edible Indigenous Nuts in Papua New Guinea. In South Pacific Indigenous Nuts. ACIAR Proceedings No 69, Canberra. p 46 ; Burkill, I.H., 1935, Canarium A dictionary of the economic products of the Malaya Peninsula. Vol 1 pp 430-437. London Cown Agents. ; Burkill, I.H., 1966, A Dictionary of the Economic Products of the Malay Peninsula. Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Vol 1 (A-H) p 433 (As Canarium commune) ; Connell, J., 1977, Hunting and Gathering: the forage economy of the Siwai of Bougainville. Australian National University Development Studies Centre Occasional Paper No 6 pages 11-13 ; Corner, Kedondong family Burseraceae. p177-178 ; Coronel, R.E., 1982, Fruit Collections in the Philippines. IBPGR Newsletter p 9 (As Canarium commune) ; Darley, J. J., 1993, Know and Enjoy Tropical Fruit. P & S Publishers. p 78 ; Elevitch, C.R.(ed.), 2006, Traditional Trees of the Pacific Islands: Their Culture, Environment and Use. Permanent Agriculture Resources, Holualoa, Hawaii. p 209 ; Facciola, S., 1998, Cornucopia 2: a Source Book of Edible Plants. Kampong Publications, p 62 (As Canarium commune) ; Flowerdew, B., 2000, Complete Fruit Book. Kyle Cathie Ltd., London. p 245 (As Canarium commune) ; French, B.R., 1986, Food Plants of Papua New Guinea, A Compendium. Asia Pacific Science Foundation p 163 ; French, B.R., 2010, Food Plants of Solomon Islands. A Compendium. Food Plants International Inc. p 164 ; Guppy, H.B., 1887, The Solomon Islands and their Natives, London. ; Havel, J.J., 1975, Forest Botany, Volume 3 Part 2 Botanical taxonomy. Papua New Guinea Department of Forests, p 126 ; Hedrick, U.P., 1919, (Ed.), Sturtevant's edible plants of the world. p 148 ; Henderson, C.P. and I.R. Hancock, 1988, A Guide to the Useful Plants of the Solomon Islands. Res. Dept. Min of Ag. & Lands. Honiara, Solomon Islands. p 66 ; Jardin, C., 1970, List of Foods Used In Africa, FAO Nutrition Information Document Series No 2.p 32 (As Canarium commune) ; Johns, R.J.,1976, Canarium. in Common Forest Trees of PNG Part 5 p 191 Forestry College, Bulolo ; Kiple, K.F. & Ornelas, K.C., (eds), 2000, The Cambridge World History of Food. CUP p 1792 (As Canarium commune) ; Leenhouts, P.W., 1955, Canarium on the Pacific. Bernice P.Bishop Museum Bulletin 216. p 26 ; Leenhouts, P.W., 1955, Florae Malesianae Precursors XI New Taxa in Canarium. Blumea 8(1):184- ; Leenhouts, P.W., 1955, Flora Malesiana ser 1 Vol 5(2):249-327 ; Leenhouts, P.W., 1959, Blumea 9 :275 - 475. ; Leenhouts, P.W., 1955, Canarium on the Pacific. Bernice P.Bishop Museum Bulletin 216. p 27 (As Canarium nungi) ; Lepofsky, D., 1992, Arboriculture in the Mussau Islands, Bismarck Archipelago. Economic Botany, Vol 46, No. 2, pp. 192-211 ; Massal, E. and Barrau, J., 1973, Food Plants of the South Sea Islands. SPC Technical Paper No 94. Nounea, New Caledonia. p 32 (As Canarium nungi) ; Menninger, E.A., 1977, Edible Nuts of the World. Horticultural Books. Florida p 27 (As Canarium commune) ; Menninger, E.A., 1977, Edible Nuts of the World. Horticultural Books. Florida p 27 (As Canarium nungi) ; Menninger, E.A., 1977, Edible Nuts of the World. Horticultural Books. Florida p 27 ; Ogan, E., 1972, Business and Cargo: socioeconomic change among the Nasioi of Bougainville. New Guinea Research Bulletin No 44 Canberra. Pages 37, 131 ; Oliver, D.L.,1955, A Solomon Island Society: Kinship and Leadership among the Siwai of Bougainville. Beacon. pages 28, 298, 311, 344- 347 ; Owen, S., 1993, Indonesian Food and Cookery, INDIRA reprints. p 68 ; Parkinson, R.F.,1907, Thirty Years in the South Seas., Stuttgart. (English trans. N.C.Barry) p 438 ; Peekel, P.G., 1984, (Translation E.E.Henty), Flora of the Bismarck Archipelago for Naturalists, Division of Botany, Lae, PNG. p 281, 280 ; Powell, J.M., Ethnobotany. In Paijmans, K., 1976, New Guinea Vegetation. Australian National University Press. p 108 ; Ross, H.M.,1973, Baegu. Social and ecological organisation in Malaita, Solomon Islands. Illinois Studies in Anthropology No. 8 Urbana p 43. ; Scheffler,H.W., 1965, Choiseul Island Social Structure, Berkley and Los Angeles p 4. ; Smith, A.C., 1985, Flora Vitiensis Nova: A New flora of Fiji, Hawai Botanical Gardens, USA Vol 3 p 473 ; Soepadmo, E. and Wong, K. M., 1995, Tree Flora of Sabah and Sarawak. Forestry Malaysia. Volume One. p 48 ; Solomon, C., 2001, Encyclopedia of Asian Food. New Holland. p 191 ; Staples, G.W. and Herbst, D.R., 2005, A tropical Garden Flora. Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu, Hawaii. p 207 ; The Pacific Islands Food Composition Tables http://www.fao.org/docrep No F072 ; USDA, ARS, National Genetic Resources Program. Germplasm Resources Information Network - (GRIN). [Online Database] National Germplasm Resources Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland. Available: www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/econ.pl (10 April 2000) ; Verheij, E. W. M. and Coronel, R.E., (Eds.), 1991, Plant Resources of South-East Asia. PROSEA No 2. Edible fruits and nuts. Pudoc Wageningen. p 320 ; Walter, A & Sam, C., 1995, Indigenous Nut Trees in Vanuatu: Ethnobotany and Variability. In South Pacific Indigenous Nuts. ACIAR Proceedings No 69. Canberra. p 57 ; Walter, A. & Sam C., 2002, Fruits of Oceania. ACIAR Monograph No. 85. Canberra. p 131 ; Wickens, G.E., 1995, Edible Nuts. FAO Non-wood forest products. FAO, Rome. p 59, 111 ; www.pngplants.orgReferencesClick on fields to expand themReferences in bold print mention edibilityGalip nut, Java almond, Common namesCanarium indicumScientific name><AuthorityL.BurseraceaeFamily List ViewSearchShow AllPrint-Friendly ViewSearch by Nutritional ValueMenuPlease Note




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