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17 FRUITS FOR TROPICAL HUMID REGIONS Botany Araca-boi is a shrub of 3-5 m height. Leaves are simple, opposite, elliptical-oval in shape, 8-20 x 3-10 em in size. Inflorescence is racemose, 4-10 mm in width bearing 3-8 flowers. The flower has 4 white petals, 75-150 stamens and one pistil. The ovary is multilocular. The fruit is globose-depressed. The fruit is 50-100 g in weight, 5-10 cm longitudinal diameter, yellowish in colour with velvety rind on ripening. The pulp is aromatic, light yellowish in colour, succulent, and slightly fibrous.

Cultural requirements for Baccaurea have to b~ standardized. The trees are planted at 7-9 m spacing. In Malaysia, flowering occurs in January-February and the fruits mature during July-August. In Java, fruits are harvested during January-March. On ripening, the fruit skin turns brownish yellow but the internal colour remains white (Morton, 1987; Verheij and Coronel, 1991). 11. BAKURI Bakuri or bacuri (Platonia insignis Mart. syn. Platonia esculenta (Arruda) Rickett and Stafleu) belongs to the family Guttiferae.

In Fiji, varieties of seedless and seeded breadfruit are separated into 8 classes by leaf form. The important varieties in Tahiti are, Aravei, Havana, Maohi, Paea, Pei, Pucro, Rare, Rare Aumee, Rare Autia, Tatara, Vai Paere, Maopo and Pyou (Morton, 1987). Great diversity occurs with regard to growth and fruiting in Vanuatu, mainly in the north of archipelago (Walter and Sam, 2002). , 1992). A list of institutions having collections of breadfruit germplasm is given in Table 2. Table 2 : Institutions with collections of breadfruit germplasm Country/lnstitution Brazil Colombia Costa Rica, CATIE Costa Rica, ANAl Fed.

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