Definition of Sapota. Meaning of Sapota. Synonyms of Sapota

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Definition of Sapota

Sapota
Sapota Sa*po"ta, n. [NL., from Sp. sapote, zapote. See Sapodilla.] (Bot.) The sapodilla.

Meaning of Sapota from wikipedia

- Nispero achras (Mill.) Aubrév. Pouteria mammosa (L.) Cronquist Sapota achras Mill. Sapota zapotilla (Jacq.) Coville ex Safford Vitellaria mammosa (L.) Radlk...
- Pouteria sapota, mamey sapote, is a species of tree native to Cuba and Central America, naturally ranging from southern Cuba to southern Costa Rica, plus...
- Casimiroa edulis, with English common names casimiroa, white sapote, white soapapple, and Mexican apple, and known as cochitzapotl in the Nahuatl language...
- obtusifolia Willd. Diospyros obtusifolia ****h Diospyros revoluta Poir. Diospyros sapotanigera DC. Diospyros tliltzapotl Sessé & Moc. Sapota nigra J.F.Gmel....
- Madhuca insignis is a species of plant in the Sapotaceae family. It is endemic to India. It had been declared extinct due to habitat loss. However, a Madhuca...
- For black apple cultivar in the U.S. see Arkansas Black Pouteria australis, also known by the synonym Planchonella australis, is a medium to tall rainforest...
- Sari-clad woman in Mysore, India, balancing a basket of chikku (or sapota; a type of fruit) on her head....
- uses. Species noted for their edible fruits include Manilkara (Sapodilla, sapota), Chrysophyllum cainito (star-apple or golden leaf tree), and Pouteria (abiu...
- the Magnoliaceae family Mammea americana, in the Calophyllaceae family Pouteria sapota, in the Sapotaceae family African mammey apple, Mammea africana...
- campechiana) is native to Mexico and Central America. Mamey sapote (Pouteria sapota) is from southern Mexico to northern South America. Green sapote (Pouteria...
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