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- Soursop (also called graviola, guyabano, and in Hispanic America, guanábana) is the fruit of Annona muricata, a broadleaf, flowering, evergreen tree. It...
- Graviola Ewing (6 September 1930 – 27 March 2020) was a Guatemalan sprinter. She competed in the women's 100 metres at the 1952 Summer Olympics. She was...
- flowers, leaves and stem from jambu (Acmella oleracea), contains spilanthol Graviola oil, derived from Annona muricata Tu****ã oil, from Astrocaryum aculeatum...
- custard apple (A. reticulata), cherimoya (A. cherimola), soursop/guanábana/graviola (A. muricata), sweetsop (A. squamosa), ilama (A. diversifolia), soncoya...
- moaensis Annona montana Macfad. – mountain soursop Annona muricata – soursop, graviola Annona nitida Annona nutans Annona oligocarpa Annona paludosa Annona papilionella...
- "no studies have shown the efficacy of this costly product". Soursop (or Graviola) – According to the US Federal Trade Commission soursop extract is among...
- Weatherborn), athletes (Roy Fearon, Salomón Rowe, Octavio Guillespie and Lidia Graviola Ewing), soccer players (Ricardo Clark, Jorge Lynch, Jerry Slosher, Royston...
- benzylisoquinoline alkaloid isolated from Annona muricata (commonly known as soursop, graviola, guanabana, paw-paw and sirsak), a plant commonly used in folk medicine...
- Diméglio, 85, French politician. Mirna Doris, 79, Italian singer, cancer. Graviola Ewing, 89, Guatemalan Olympic sprinter (1952). Carl Friedman, 67, Dutch...
- as fruit. Juices and ice creams are made from them, including acerola, graviola, fruta de conde (also referred to as ata in Spanish and as sugar-apple...