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Author: (no author listed)

Title: What is a pawpaw.

Source: Farmers-Consum-Mark-Bull. Atlanta, Ga. : Department of Agriculture. Oct 3, 1984. v. 70 (40) p. 12.


Author: (no author listed)

Title: Corwin Davis -- Merit Award, 1984.

Source: Annu-Rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. Hamden, Conn.: The Association. 1984. (75th) p. 10-11. ill.


Author: (no author listed)

Title: Annona spp., 1970-1980.

(subtitle) Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux. Annotated Bibliographies. Plant series, 0141-9521; no. 13/81.

Source: Farnham Royal England : Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, 1981. 13 leaves


Author: (no author listed)

Title: Be the first on your block to own a pawpaw tree (Nutritive value, persimmons, quinces, gooseberries)

Source: Prevent, Feb 1976, 28 (2) : 118-121, 124-125.


Author: Abo-El-Dahab, M.D.; El-Goorani, M.A.

Title: Market and storage diseases of Annona squamosa L. fruits in U.A.R. (Egypt). (Sugar-apple, Plant diseases)

Source: Phytopathol-Mediter, Jan 1971, 10 (1) : 107-109.


Author: Adeyemi, I.A.; Soluade, E.O.

Title: Development and quality evaluation of pawpaw-ogi.

Source: Plant-foods-hum-nutr. Dordrecht : Kluwer Academic. Nov 1993. v. 44 (3) p. 213-220.


Author: Afrikhodzhaev, H.A.; Khamodkhodzhaev, S.A.; Shtonda, N.I.

Title: Polysaccharides of Asimina triloba.

Source: Chem-Nat-Compd. New York, N.Y. : consultants Bureau. Sept/Oct 1985 (pub. 1986). v. 21 (5) p. 661-662.


Author: Ahmed, S.; Grainge, M.; Hylin, J.W.; Mitchell, W.D.; Litsinger, J.A.

Title: Investigating the feasibility of using botanical materials for pest control under traditional farming systems: A suggested approach.

Source: Schriftenr-Ges-Tech-Zusammenarbeit. Eschborn (W.Ger.) : Die Gesellschaft. 1984. (161) p. 545-550.


Author: Alique, R.; Zamorano, J.P.; Calvo, M.L.; Merodio, C.; Plaza, J.L. de la.

Title: Tolerance of cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.) to cold storage.

Source: J-Am-Soc-Hortic-Sci. Alexandria, Va.: May 1994. v. 119 (3) p. 524-528.


Author: Alkofahi, A.; Rupprecht, J.K.; Anderson, J.E.; McLaughlin, J.L.; Mikolajczak, K.L.; Scott, B.A.

Title: Search for new pesticides from higher plants.

Source: A-C-S-Symp-Ser-Am-Chem-Soc. Washington, D.C. : The Society. 1989. v. 387 p. 24-43.


Author: Allan, P.

Title: Maximising papaw production under suboptimum climatic conditions

Source: Gewasprod-Crop-Prod, 1977, 6: 41-44.


Author: Atger, C.; Edelin, C.

Title: Preliminary data on the comparative architecture of root systems and crowns.

Source: Can-j-bot. Ottawa: National Research Council of Canada, 1951-. July 1994. v. 72 (7) p. 963-975.


Author: Autissier, L.; Bertrand, P.; Gesson, J.P.; Renoux, B.

Title: 1H NMR analysis and conformation of bis-tetrahydrofurans related to annonaceous acetogenins.

Source: Tetrahedron-lett. Oxfors: Elsevier Science Ltd. June 6, 1994. v. 35 (23) p. 3919-3922.


Author: Barrett, T.

Title: The pawpaw a checkered past and promising future.

Source: Small-farm-today. Columbia, Mo.: Missouri Farm Publishing Inc. June 1994. v. 11 (3) p. 55-56.


Author: Bekey, R.

Title: Cherished cherimoya.

Source: Calif-Grow. Fallbrook, Calif. : Rancher Publications. Apr 1989. v. 13 (4) p. 20, 22. ill.


Author: Bertrand, P.; Gesson, J.P.

Title: Approach to the synthesis of annonaceous acetogenins from D-glucose.

Source: Tetrahedron-Lett. Oxford: Pergamon Press. Sept 1, 1992. v. 33 (36) p. 5177-5180.


Author: Bonnerk, F. T.; Halls, L.K.

CA: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture

Title: Asimina Adans. -- pawpaw. (Seed production)

Source: Agric-Handb-U-S-Dep-Agric, 1974, 450: 238-239.


Author: Bories, C.; Loiseau, P.; Cortes, D.; Myint, S.H.; Hocquemiller, R.; Gayral, P.; Cave, A.; Laurens, A.

Title: Antiparasitic activity of Annona muricata and Annona cherimolia seeds.

Source: Plant-Med. Stuttgart, W. Ger.: Georg Thieme Verlag. Oct 1991. v. 57 (5) p. 434-436.


Author: Brown, B.I.; Scott, K.J.; Mayer, D.G.

Title: Control of ripe fruit rots of guava, lychee and custard apple by postharvest prochloraz dips.

Source: Singapore-J-Primary-Ind. Singapore : Primary Production Department. Jan 1984. v. 12 (1) p. 40-49.


Author: Brown, B.I.; Wong, L.S.; George, A.P.; Nissen, R.J.

Title: Comparative studies on the postharvest physiology of fruit from different species of Annona (custard apple).

Source: J-Hortic-Sci. Ashford: Headley Brothers Ltd. July 1988. v. 63 (3) p. 521-528.


Author: Bruinsma, J.; Paull, R.E.

Title: Respiration and ethylene production in post-harvest soursop fruit (Annona muricata l.).

Source: Proc-Easter-Sch-Agric-Sci-Univ-Nottingham. London : Butterworths. 1985. (39th) p. 33-338.


Author: Bursar, T.A.; Coley, P.D.

Title: The consequences of delayed greening during leaf development for light absorption and light use efficiency.

Source: Plant-Cell-Environ. Oxford : Blackwell Scientific Publications. Oct 1992. v. 15 (8) p. 901-909.


Author: Callaway, M. Brett.

Title: The pawpaw (Asimina triloba).

Source: Frankfort, Ken.: Kentucky State Univ., 1990. ii, 22 p.: ill.


Author: Callaway, M.B.

Title: The pawpaw.

Source: Annu-rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. Hamden, Conn.: The Association. 1992. (83rd) p. 106-119.


Author: Callaway, M.B.

Title: Current research for the commercial development of pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal].

Source: HortScience. Alexandria, Va.: American Society for Horticultural Science. Feb 1992. v. 27 (2) p. 90, 191.


Author: Callaway, M.B.; Callaway, D.J.

Title: Our native pawpaw: the next new commercial fruit?

Source: Arnoldia. Jamaica Plain, Mass.: Arnold Arboretum. Fall 1992. v. 52 (3) p. 29-29.


Author: Campbell, C.W.; Phillips, R.L.

Title: The atemoya.

Source: Fruit-Crops-Facts-Sheet. Gainesville, Fla. : University of Florida, Agricultural Extension Service. 1980. (64) 3p.


Author: Cassady, J.M.; Baird, W.M.; Chang, C.J.

Title: Natural products as a source of potential cancer chemotherapeutic and chemopreventive agents.

Source: J-Nat-Prod. Pittsburgh, Pa.: American Society of Pharmacognosy. Jan/Feb 1990. v. 53 (1) p. 23-41.


Author: Cave, A.; Cortes, D.; Figadere, B.; Hocquemiller, R.; Laprevote, O.; Laurens, A.; Leboeuf, M.

Title: Recent advances in the acetogenins of Annonaceae.

Source: Recent-adv-phytochem. New York: Plenum, 1968-. 1993. v. 27 p. 167-202.


Author: Cepleanu, F.; Hamburger, M.O.; Sordat, B.; Msonthi, J.D.; Gupta, M.P.; Saadou, M.; Hostettmann, K.

Title: Screening of tropical medicinal plants for molluscicidal, larvicidal, fungicidal and cytotoxic activities and brine shrimp toxicity.

Source: Int-j-pharmacogn. Lisse, Metherlands: Swets & Zeitlinger B.V., 1991. July 1994. V. 32 (3) p. 294-307.


Author: Chang, F.R.; Wu, Y.C.; Duh, C.Y.; Wang, S.K.

Title: Studies on the acetogenins of Formosan annonaceous plants. II. Cytotoxic acetogenins from Annona reticulata.

Source: J-nat-prod. Downers Grove, Ill. : American Society of Pharmacognosy. Oct 1993. v. 56 (10) p. 1688-1694.


Author: Cherry, J.P.; Duncan, N.

Title: Adopting a horticultural orphan: Research efforts to domesticate the pawpaw, Asimina triloba, United States.

Source: Agric-Res-U-S-Dep-Agric-Res-Serv. Washington, D.C. : The Administration. apr 1983. v. 31 (10) p. 7. ill.


Author: Clark, P.

Title: Espaliering the cherimoya.

Source: J-Calif-Rare-Fruit-Grow. Fullerton, Calif. : California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. 1989. v. 21 p. 1-4.


Author: Clift, C.

Title: Experience with rootstocks of Annonaceae, Sapotaceae and Moraceae by the Rare Fruit Council, International (Miami Chapter).

Source: Proc-Am-Woc-Hortic-Sci-Trop-Reg-Annu-Meet. (v.p.) : The Society. 1983. v. 27 (pt.A) p. 53-56.


Author: Clift, C.

Title: A survey of the potential for breeding in the Annonaceae family

Source: Fruit-Var-J, Apr 1977, 31 (2) : 45-47. Ref.


Author: Colman-Saizarbitoria, T.; Zambrano, J.; Ferrigni, N.R.; Gu, Z.M.; Ng, J.H.; Smith, D.L.; McLaughlin, J.L.

Title: Bioactive annonaceous acetogenins from the bark of Xylopia aromatica.

Source: J-nat-prod. Downers Grove, Ill.: American Society of Pharmacognosy. Apr. 1994. V. 57 (4) p. 468-493.


Author: Condit, R.; Hubbell, S.P.; Foster, R.B.

Title: Density dependence in two understory tree species in a neotropical forest.

Source: Ecology. Tempe, Ariz.: Ecological Society of America, 1920-. Apr 1994. v. 75 (3) p. 671-680.


Author: Cortes, D.; Figadere, B.; Cave, A.

Title: Bis-tetrahydrofuran acetogenins from Annonaceae.

Source: Phytochemistry6. Oxford: Pergamon Press. Apr 1993. v. 32 (6) p. 1467-1473.


Author: Cortes, D.; lMyint, S.H.; Dupong, B.; Davoust, D.

Title: Bioactive acetogenins from seeds of Annona cherimolia.

Source: Phytochemistry. Oxford : Pergamon Press. Apr 1993. v. 32 (6) p. 1475-1482.


Author: Cortes, D.; Myint, S.H.; Laurens, A.; Hocquemiller, R.; Cave, A.

Title: Corossolone and corossolin: two novel cytotoxic acetogenins from Annona muricata.

Source: Plant-Med. Stuttgart, W.Ger. : Georg Thieme Verlag. Dec 1990. v. 56 (6) p. 561.


Author: Damman, H.

Title: Facilitative interactions between two lepidopteran herbivores of Asimina.

Source: Oecologia. Berlin, W.Ger.: Springer International. 1989. v. 78 (2) p. 214-219.


Author: Damman, H.

Title: The osmaterial glands of the swallowtail butterfly Eurytides marcellus as a defence against natural enemies.

Source: Ecol-Entomol. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications. Aug 1986. v. 11 (3) p. 261-265.


Author: Damman, H.; Feeny, P.

Title: Mechanisms and consequences of selective oviposition by the zebra swallowtail butterfly.

Source: Anim-Behav. London: Bailliere Tindall. Apr 1988. v. 36 (2) p. 563-573. ill.


Author: Daou, A.J.; Daou, S.

Title: Arthur cherimoya tree.

Source: Plant-Pat-U-S-Pat-Trademark-Off. Washington, D.C. : The Office. Apr 9, 1991. (7491) 2 p. plates.


Author: Davis, C.

Title: Pawpaw.

Source: Annu-rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. Hamden, Conn.: The Association. 1992. (83rd) p. 105.


Author: Davis, C.

Title: What's new in pawpaws.

Source: Annu-Rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. Hamden, Conn. : The Association. 1985. (76th) p. 31.


Author: Davis, C.

Title: The Paw Paw in southern Michigan (Asimina triloba).

Source: Calif-Rare-Fruit-Grow-Yearb. Fullerton : California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. 1982. v. 14 p. 38-41.


Author: Davis, C.

Title: Update on papaws Asimina triloba.

Source: Annu-Rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. s.l., The Association. 1979. (70th) p. 82-84.


Author: Davis, C.

Title: Pawpaw and problems (as an ornamental plant).

Source: North-Am-Pomona, Fall 1977, 10 (4) : 216-217.


Author: Davis, C.

Title: Pawpaws. (Culture)

Source: Annu-Rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc, 1973, 64th: 17-18.


Author: Degli-Esposti, M.; Ghellia, A.; Ratta, M.; Cortes, D.; Estornell, E.

Title: Natural substances (acetogenins) from the family Annonaceae are powerful inhibitors of mitochondrial NADH dehydrogenase (Complex I).

Source: Biochem-j. London: Biochemical Society, c1984. July 1, 1994. V. 301 (pt.1) p. 161-167.


Author: Duckworth, B.R.

Title: The Paw Paw in Ohio (Annonaceae).

Source: Calif-Rare-Fruit-Grow-Yearb. Fullerton: California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. 1982. v. 14 p. 44-45.


Author: Duret, P.; Gromek, D.; Hocquemiller, R.; Cave, A.; Cortes, D.

Title: Isolation and structure of three new bis-tetrahydrofuran acetogenins from the roots of Annona cherimolia.

Source: J-nat-prod. Downers Grove, Ill.: American Society of Pharmacognosy. July 1994. v. 57 (7) p. 911-916.


Author: Durodola, J. I.

Title: Viability and transplantability of developed tumour cell treated in vitro with antitumour agent C/M2 isolated from a herbal cancer remedy - of Annona senegalensis

Source: Plant-Med, Dec 1975, 28 (4) : 359-362.


Author: Ekundayo, O.

Title: A review of the volatiles of the Annonaceae.

Source: J-Essent_oil_Res-JEOR. Wheaton, Ill.: Allured Publishing Company. Sept/Oct 1989. v. 1 (5) p. 223-245.


Author: Escribano, M.I.; Merodio, C.

Title: Modifidcation in polyamine levels of cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.) fruit during the initial state of storage at chilling temperature.

Source: Acta-hortic. Wageningen: International Society for Horticultural Science. June 1993. (343) p. 279-280.


Author: Fang, X.-P.; Reiser, M.J.; Gu, Z.-M.; Xhao, G.-X.; McLaughlin, J.L.

Title: Annonaceous acetogenins: An updated review

Source: Phytochemical Anal., 1993, v. 4, p. 27-48 (part 1) and 49-67 (part 2).


Author: Fang, X.P.; Gu, Z.M.; Rieser, M.J.; Gui, Y.H.; McLaughlin, J.L.; Nonfon, M.; Lieb, F.; Moeschler, H.F.; Wendisch, D.

Title: Structural revisions of some non-adjacent bis-tetrahydrofuran Annonaceaous acetogenins.

Source: J-nat-prod. Downers Grove, Ill.: American Society of Pharmacognosy. July 1993. v. 56 (7) p. 1095-1100.


Author: Farooqi, A.A.; Parvatikar, S.R.; Nalawadi, U.G.

Title: Preliminary studies on the problem of fruit-set in Annona regiculata L. i. floral biology

Source: Mysore-J-Agr-Sci, 1970, 4 (1) : 44-53.


Author: Fernandes-da-Silva, P.G.; Zucoloto, F.S.

Title: The influence of host nutritive value on the performance and food selection in Ceratitis capitata (Diptera, Tephritidae).

Source: J-insect-physiol. Exeter : Pergamon Press. Oct 1993. v. 39 (10) p. 883-887.


Author: Finneseth, C.H.; Layne, D.R.; Geneve, R.L.

Title: Morphological development of the North American pawpaw during germination and seedling emergence

Source: HortScience, Vol. 33(5):802-805, August 1998.


Author: Fontana, J.D.; Almeida, E.R.A.; Baron, M.; Guimaraes, M.F.; Deschaps, F.C.; Schwartsmann, G.; Cervi, A.C.; Zanette, F.; Vilegas, J.; Lancas, F.M.

Title: Screening of acetogenin-producing plants in Brazilian flora: Annona and Rollinia seed oil as a source of the bioactive compounds and subproducts.

Source: Appl-biochem-biotechnol. Totowa, N.J.: Humana Press. Spring 1994. v. 45/46 p. 295-313.


Author: Gazit, S.; Galon, I.; Podoler, H.

Title: The role of nitidulid beetles in natural pollination of annona in Israel Sugar apple.

Source: J-Am-Soc-Hortic-Sci. Alexandria, The Society. Sept 1982. v. 107 (5) p. 849-852. ill.


Author: George, A.P.; Campbell, J.

Title: Hand pollination in subtropical Australia.

Source: Calif-Grow. Fallbrook, Calif. : The Tanis Group, Inc. Feb 1991. v. 15 (2) p. 36-38.


Author: George, A.P.; Nissen, R.J.

Title: Effects of environmental variables and cropping on plant water status of custard apple (Annona cherimola X Annona squamosa).

Source: J-Hortic-Sci. Ashford : Headley Brothers Ltd. July 1992. v. 67 (4) p. 445-455.


Author: George, A.P.; Nissen, R.J.

Title: Effects of cincturing, defoliation and summer pruning on vegetative growth and flowering of custard apple (Annona cherimola X Annona squamosa) in subtropical Queensland.

Source: Aust-J-Exp-Agric. Melbourne : Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization. 1987. v. 27 (6) p. 915-918.


Author: George, A.P.; Nissen, R.J.; Campbell, J.A.

Title: Pollination and selection in Annona species (cherimoya, atemoya and sugar apple).

Source: Acta-Hortic. Wageningen: International Society for Horticultural Science. Oct. 1992. v. 1 (321) p. 178-185.


Author: Gomez, M.C.

Title: The cherimoya.

Source: Calif-Rare-Fruit-Grow-Yearb. Fullerton : California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. 1983. v. 15 p. 5-29.


Author: Gottsberger, G.

Title: Comments on flower evolution and beetle pollination in the genera Annona and Rollinia (Annonaceae).

Source: Plant-Syst-Evol. Wien: Springer. 1989. v. 167 (3/4) p. 189-194.


Author: Gottsberger, G.

Title: Beetle pollination and flowering rhythm of Annona spp. (Annonaceae) in Brazil.

Source: Plant-Syst-Evol. Wien : Springer. 1989. v. 167 (3/4) p. 165-187.


Author: Gottsberger, G.

Title: Contributions to the biology of Annonaceae flowers

Source: Osterr-Bot-Z, 1970, 118 (3) : 237-279.


Author: Greller, A.M.; Buegler, R.; Johnson, E.; Matarazzo, R.; Anderson, K.

Title: Two unusual plant communities in Totenville, Staten Island, New York, with Celtis occidentalis and Asiminia triloba.

Source: Bull-Torrey-Bot-Club. Bronx, N.Y. : The Club. Oct/Dec 1992. v. 119 (4) p. 446-457.


Author: Gu, Z.M.; Fang, X.P.; Hui, Y.H.; McLaughlin, J.L.

Title: 10-, 12-, and 29-hydroxybullatacinones: new cytotoxic annonaceous acetogenins from Annona bullata Rich (Annonaceae).

Source: Nat-toxins. New York, NY: Wiley-Liss, Inc. 1994. v. 2 (2) p. 49-55.


Author: Gu, Z.M.; Fang, X.P.; Miesbauer, L.R.; Smith, D.L.; McLaughlin, J.L.

Title: 30-, 31-, and 32-Hydroxybullatacinones: bioactive terminally hydroxylated annonaceous acetogenins from Annona bullata.

Source: J-Nat-Prod. Downers Grove, Ill.: American Society of Pharmacognosy. June 1993. v. 56 (6) p. 870-876.


Author: Guinet, P.; Le-Thomas, A.

Title: Current knowledge and interpretation of the pollen characters in Annonaceae and Leguminosae, subfamily Mimosoideae.

Source: Rev-Palaeobot-Palynol. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers, B.V. Oct 23, 1990. v. 64 (a/4) p. 109-127.


Author: Gutierrez, M.; La-Hoz, J.M.; Sola, M.M.; Pascual, L.; Vargas, A.M.

Title: Postharvest changes in total soluble solids and tissue pH of cherimoya fruit stored at chilling and non-chilling temperatures.

Source: J-hortic-sci. Ashford: Headley Brothers Ltd. May 1994. v. 69 (3) p. 459-463.


Author: Hayat, M.A.; Canright, J.E.

Title: The developmental anatomy of the Annonaceae. II. well-developed seedling structure

Source: Bot-Gaz, Sept 1968, 129 (3) : 193-205.


Author: Hisham, A.; Sunitha, C.; Sreekala, U.; Pieters, L.; Bruyne, T. de.; Heuvel, H. van den.; Claeys, M.

Title: Reticulacinone, an acetogenin from Annona reticulata.

Source: Phytochemistry-Oxford. Oxford: Elsevier Science Ltd. Mar 1994. v. 35 (5) p. 1325-1329.


Author: Holanda, L.F.F. de; Maia, G.A.; Martins, C.B.; Fe, J. de A.M.

Title: Study of processing and stability of soursop pulp and nectar (Annona muricata L.) Effects of storage. Estudo do processamento e establidade da polpa e nectar da graviola (Annona muricata L.).

Source: Cienc-Agron. Fortaleza, Centro de Ciencias Agrarias da Universidade Federal do Ceara. Jan/June 1980. v. 10 (1) p. 137-140.


Author: Holanda, L.F.F. de; Maia, G.A.; Martins, C.B.; Fe, J. de A.M.

Title: Study of the processing and stability of custard apple pulp and nectar (Annona squamosa L.) Effects of storage. Estudo do processamento e estabilidade da polpa e nectar da ata (Annona squamosa, L.).

Source: Cienc-Agron. Fortaleza, Centro de Ciencias Agrarias da Universidade Federal do Ceara. Jan/June 1980. v. 10 (1) p. 137-140.


Author: Huang, H.:Layne, D.R.; Peterson, R.N.

Title: Using isozyme polymorphisms for identifying and assessing genetic variation in cultivated pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal]

Source: J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 122(4):504-511. 1997.


Author: Huang, H.; Layne, D.R ; Peterson, R.N

Title: Identification of Pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal] Cultivars and Advanced selections by Isozyme Polymorphisms: Utility and Limitations

Source: 87th Ann. Rpt. N. Nut Growers Assoc. 1996.


Author: Huang, H.; Layne, D.R.; Peterson, R.N.

Title: Using isozyme polymorphisms for identifying and assessing genetic variation in cultivated pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal]

Source: J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 122(4):504-511. 1997.


Author: Huang, H.; Layne, D.R.; Riemenschneider, D.E.

Title: Genetic diversity and geographic differentiation in pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal] populations from nine states as revealed by alozyme analysis

Source: J. Amer Soc. Hort. Sci. 123(4):635-641. 1998.


Author: Hubbert, C.A.

Title: Technical aspects of marketing fresh fruit and vegetables the Queensland experience.

Source: Aspects-Appl-Biol. Wellesbourne, Warwick: The Association of Applied Biologists. 1989. (20) p. 23-31.


Author: Hui, Y.H.; Liu, Y.M.; Anderson, J.E.; Smith, D.L.; Chang, C.J.; McLaughlin, J.L.

Title: Bullatacin and bullatacinone: two highly potent bioactive acetogenins from Annona bullata.

Source: J-Nat-Prod. Pittsburgh, Pa.: American Society of Pharmacognosy. May/June 1989. v. 52 (3) p. 463-477.


Author: Hui, Y.H.; Wood, K.V.; McLaughlin, J.L.

Title: Bullatencin, 4-deoxyasimicin, and the uvariamicins: additional bioactive annonaceous acetogenins from Annona bullata Rich. (Annonaceae).

Source: Nat-toxins. New York, NY: Wiley-Liss, Inc. 1992. v. 1(1) p. 4-14.


Author: Hui, Y.HY.; Rupprecht, J.K.; Anderson, J.E.; Wood, K.V.; McLaughlin, J.L.

Title: Bullatalicinone, a new potent bioactive acetogenin, and squamocin from Annona bullata (Annonaceae).

Source: Phytother-Res-PTR. Sussex : John Wiley & Sons. June 1991. v. 5 (3) p. 124-129.


Author: Islam, M.N.; Colon, T.; Vargas, T.

Title: Effect of prolonged solar exposure on the vitamin C contents of tropical fruits.

Source: Food-chem. Essex: Elsevier Applied Science Publishers. 1993. v. 48 (1) p. 75-78.


Author: Jacobson, M.

Title: Botanical pesticides, past, present, and future.

Source: A-C-S-Symp-Ser-Am-Chem-Soc. Washington, D.C. : The Society. 1989. v. 387 p. 1-10.


Author: Jacquart, E.M.; Armentano, T.V.

Title: Spatial and temporal tree responses to water stress in an old-growth deciduous forest.

Source: Am-Midl-Nat. Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame. Jan 1992. v. 127 (1) p. 158-171.


Author: Jagadeesh, A.

Title: Some plants to promote afforestation and their multiple uses.

Source: Stud-Environ-Sci. Amsterdam: Elsevier Scientific Publilshing Co. 1984. v. 25 p. 227-232.


Author: Jagadeesh, A.

Title: Pollution-free pesticides.

Source: Stud-Environ-Sci. Amsterdam: Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co. 1984. v. 25 p. 679-682.


Author: Johnson, G.P.; Nicely, K.A.

Title: The Magnoliales of Kentucky.

Source: Trans-Ky-Acad-Sci. Louisville, Ky. : The Academy. Mar 1990. v. 51 (1/2) p. 14-17. maps.


Author: Johnson, H.A.; McLaughlin, J.L.; Gordon, J.

Title: Monthly variations in biological activity of Asimina triloba (The North American pawpaw tree).

Source: Progress in New Crops: Proceedings of the Third National New Crops Symposium (J. Janick, ed.), John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1996, p. 609-614


Author: Jones, C.A.

Title: First record of pawpaw consumption by the Florida mouse.

Source: Fla-Sci. Orlando, Fla.: Florida Academy of Sciences. Winter 1989. v. 51 (1) p. 7.


Author: Jordan, M.; Botti, C.

Title: Tropical and subtropical small fruits.

Source: Biotechnol-Agric. Wallingford, Oxford, UK : CAB International. 1992. (8) p. 513-531.


Author: Jossang, A.; Dubaele, B.; Cave, A.; Bartoli, M.H.; Beriel, H.

Title: Annomontacine: a new cytotoxic acetogenin, monotetrahydrofuran gamma-lactone from Annona montana.

Source: J-Nat-Prod. Downers Grove, Ill. : American Society of Pharmacognosy. July/Aug 1991. v. 54 (4) p. 967-971.


Author: Kitajima, E.W.; Martins, C.R.F.; Santos, A.A.

Title: Identification of a rhabdovirus in soursop (Annona muricata).

Source: Plant-Dis. St. Paul, Minn. : American Phytopathological Society. Mar 1993. V. 77 (3) p. 276-278.


Author: Kordylas, J.M.

Title: Biotechnology for production of fruits, wines, and alcohol.

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Author: Thomson, P.H.

Title: The Paw Paw (Asimina triloba, culture, North America, history, varieties).

Source: Calif-Rare-Fruit-Grow-Yearb. Fullerton: California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. 1982. v. 14 p. 5-31.


Author: Toll-Jubes, J.; Martinez, H.; Padilla, E.; Oste, C-A.

Title: Effects of mechanical scarification, seed position and gibberelic acid on germination in Cherimoya (Annona cherimolia Mill)

Source: Rev-Agron-Noroeste-Argent, 1975, 12 (1/2) : ;161-172. Ref. Eng. sum.


Author: Tsay, L.M.; Wu, M.C.

Title: Studies of the postharvest physiology of sugar apple.

Source: Acta-Hortic. Wageningen : International Society for Horticultural Science. Dec 1989. (258) p. 287-294.


Author: Udem, S.; Madubunyi; Asuzu, I.U.; Anika, S.M.

Title: Trypanocidal effects of some tropical plant extracts -- a review.

Source: Acta-hortic. Wageningen: International Society for Horticultural Science. Nov. 1993. (344) p. 538-543.


Author: Vu-Thi-Tam.; Bui-Chi-Hieu.; Chappe, B.

Title: Squamocin and rolliniastatin I from the seeds of Annona reticulata.

Source: Planta-med. Stuttgart: George Thieme Verlag, Dec 1993. v. 59 (6) p. 576.


Author: Vu-Thi-Tam.; Chaboche, C.; Figadere, B.; Chappe, B.; Bui-Chi-Hieu.: Cave, A.

Title: First synthesis of a new acetogenin of Annonaceae, reticulatamol: activated tin hydride with enhanced reducing ability.

Source: Tetrahedron-lett. Oxford: Elsevier Science Ltd. Feb 7, 1994. v. 35 (6) p. 883-886.


Author: Waha, M.

Title: Sporoderm development of pollen tetrads in Asimina triloba (Annonaceae).

Source: Pollen-Spores. Montpellier: Museum national d'histoire naturelle. 1987. V. 29 (1) p. 31-43. ill.


Author: Walker, J.W.

Title: Pollen morphology, phytogeography, and phylogeny of the Annonaceae

Source: Gray-Herb-Harvard-Univ-Contrib, July 30, 1971, 202, 130 p.


Author: Walker, J.W.

Title: Unique type of angiosperm pollen from the family Annonaceae

Source: Science, May 7, 1971, 172 (3983) : 565-567.


Author: Warthen, D.; Gooden, E.L.; Jacobson, M.

Title: Tumor inhibitors: liriodenine, a cytotoxic alkaloid from Annona glabra

Source: J-Pharm-Sci, May 1969, 58 (5) : 637-638.


Author: Wilbur, R.L.

Title: Taxonomic and nomenclatural observations in the eastern North American genus Asimina (Annonacea)

Source: Elisha-Mitchell-Sci-Soc-J, Summer 1970, 86 (2) : 88-96.


Author: Wills, R.B.H.; Poi, A.; Greenfield, H.; Rigney, C.J.

Title: Postharvest changes in fruit composition of Annona atemoya during ripening and effects of storage temperature on ripening (Custard apple).

Source: Hortscience. Alexandria : American Society for Horticultural Science. Feb 1984. v. 19 (1) p. 96-97. ill.


Author: Willson, M.F.; Schemske, D.W.

Title: Pollinator limitation, fruit production, and floral display in pawpaw (Asimina triloba).

Source: Bull-Torrey-Bot-Club. Bronx, The Club. July/Sept 1980. v. 107 (3) p. 401-408. ill.


Author: Wilson, A.

Title: Flavonoid pigments in swallowtail butterflies.

Source: Phytochemistry. Oxford : Pergamon Press. 1986. v. 25 (6) p. 1309-1313.


Author: Wyllie, S.G.; Cook, D.; Brophy, J.J.; Richter, K.M.

Title: Volatile flavor components of Annona atemoya (custard apple).

Source: J-Agric-Food-Chem. Washington, D.C. : American Chemical Society. Sept/Oct 1987. v. 35 (5) p. 768-770


Author: Young, D.R.

Title: Crown architecture, light interception, and stomatal conductance patterns for sympatric deciduous and evergreen species in a forest understory.

Source: Can-J-Bot-J-Can-Bot. Ottawa, Ont. : National Research Council of Canada. Dec 1985. v. 63 (12) p. 2425-2429.


Author: Young, D.R.; Yavitt, J.B.

Title: Differences in leaf structure, chlorophyll, and nutrients for the understory tree Asimina triloba.

Source: Am-J-Bot. Baltimore, Md.: Botanical Society of America. Oct. 1987. v. 74 (10) p. 1487-1491.


Author: Young, H.; Paterson, V.J.

Title: The flavour of exotic fruit.

Source: Dev-Food-Sci. Amsterdam: Elsevier Scientific Publications. 1990. v. 3C p. 281-326.


Author: Zhao, G.; Gui, Y.; Rupprecht, J.K.; McLaughlin, J.L.; Wood, K.V.

Title: Additional bioactive compounds and trilobacin, a novel highly cytotoxic acetogenin, from the bark of Asimina triloba.

Source: J-Nat-Prod. Downers Grove, Ill.: American Society of Pharmacognosy. Mar 1992. v. 55 (3) p. 347-356.


Author: Zhao, G.X.; Rieser, M.J.; Hui, Y.H.; Miesbauer, L.R.; Smith, D.L.; McLaughlin, J.L.

Title: Biologically active acetogenins from stem bark of Asimina triloba.

Source: Phytochemistry-Oxford. Oxford; New York: Perghamon Press, 1961-. July 1993. v. 33 (5) p. 1065-1073.

 


Author: Zimmerman, G.A.

Title:  The papaw.

Source: Northern Nut Growers Assn. Annu. Rep. 1938. v. 29:99-102.

 


Author: Zimmerman, G.A.

Title: Hybrids of the American pawpaw.

Source: J. Hered, 1941. v. 32:83-91.

 


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