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Anona is a genus of Annonaceae.
- synonym: genus Anona
- kingdom: Plantae
- phylum: Tracheophyta
- class: Magnoliopsida
- order: Magnoliales
- family: Annonaceae
- genus: Annona
- species Anona ampla
- species Anona cochabambensis
- species Anona coloradensis
- species Anona costaricana
- species Anona eolignitica
- species Anona glabraformis
- species Anona guppyi
- species Anona infestans
- species Anona prereticulata
- species Anona robertsi
- species Anona robusta
- species Anona saraviana
- species Anona sphaerocarpoides
- species Anona texana
- species Anona wilcoxiana
- species Anona winslowiana
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Anona is a genus, described by Linnaeus in 1927.
- "Anona" is a popular song written by Vivian Grey in 1903, both as an intermezzo and a vocal number. Popular in its day, it was recorded a number of times.
- "Anona" is a musical single of Edison Concert Band.
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Phrases with Anona
- Anona obovata
- species Anona obovata
- Genus Anona
- Baccha Anona
- Agapema Anona
- Saturnia Anona
- Ocyptamus Anona
- Species Baccha Anona
- Agapema Galbina Anona
- Species Agapema Anona
- Species Ocyptamus Anona
- Glenea Mathematica Anona
- Subspecies Agapema Galbina Anona
- Subspecies Glenea Mathematica Anona
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by John Claudius Loudon
Anona is a South American word that signifies a mess, or dish of food, to be eaten with a spoon. Uvaria is from wra, a grape, to which, however, the fruit has little resemblance. The German name, Flaschenbaum, flask tree, is given from the ...
by John Claudius Loudon
Anona is a South American word, that signifies a mess, or dish of food, to be eaten with a spoon. Linmeui, in applying this word, says, " aunona [spelling it with two ns] and guanabanus are barbarous words ; that the sound, however, may be ...
Popol Vuh (2012)
The Sacred Book of the Maya
The anona is the collective name for a variety of tropical fruits of the genus Anona. It has a yellowish-green skin with a very sweet yellowish-white pulp and black seeds. 466 Spondias purpurea. A species of sour yellow plum. Its Spanish ...
by John Christopher Willis
Anona Linn. Anonaceae (6). 60 sp. trop. Am., Afr., As. Frt. compound, often very large, made up of the individual berries derived from the separate cpls., sunk in, and ...
by G. Rehm
cabeça de negro soncoya atier, tête de nègre anona rosada, soncoya, toreta, manirote, catagüire, turagua Annona reticulata L. coraçäo de boi, graviola bullock's heart coeur de boeuf, anone réticulée Netzannone ...
Volume 1: North America by M.M. Grandtner
anona, anona cimarona, ...
The Gardeners Dictionary (1735)
Containing the Methods of Cultivating and Improving the Kitchen, Fruit and Flower Garden, as Also the Physick Garden, Wilderness, Conservatory, and Vineyard by Philip Miller
Aparine Apios Apium Apocynum Apple-trees, vide Malus Sweet-apple, vide A nona Custard-apple, vide Anona Male Balsam-apple, vide Momordica Paradise- apple, vide Malus Star-apple, vide Anona Sowre-apple, vide Anona Water-apple, ...
by Sir George Watt
ANONA reticulata The Bullock's Heart. Anogeissus pendula, Edgw.,- El. Br. Ind., II , 451. Syn. — CONOCARPUS MYRTIFOLIA,Watf. Vera. — Dhdu, dhdukra, kala dhdukra, MeywaR; The lesser dhauk, Ulwar; Kardahi, Hind. Habitat. — A small ...
A Maldivian Dictionary (2003)
by Christopher Hanby Baillie Reynolds
soursop, anona muricata, cf. ata 2 [ S.
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Mexico: guela biicho, guela bixhu, quela picho Guatemala: anona de monte, annona A. arenaria Thonn. Congo: ololo, tchilolo, mulolo A. cherimola Miller English: custard apple Latin America: cherimoya, chirimoya, cherimalla Japan: cherimoa ...
by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji
ANONA squamosa- Dye. — The dry unripe fruit yields a black dye, and the fresh leaves a fairly good quality of indigo. Tan.— § " The leaves and young twigs are largely used for tanning. " (E. A. Fraser, Rdjputana.) Fibre.
A dictionary of science, literature and art, ed. by W.T. Brande assisted by J. Cauvin. ed. by W.T. Brande and G.W. Cox.3 vols (1865)
by William Thomas Brande
Anona (Menona, the Malayan name of the custard apple). A genus of Exogenous trees, representative of the Anonacrie, found in hot latitudes, with large roundish pulpy fruit, which in some species is used as food. The custard apple, so named ...
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