Kinds of fruits

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a different kinds of fruits for children in philippines


  • 1. Mary DianRose M.Fabela

2. TAGOLOAN COMMUNITY COLLEGEBaluarte, Tagoloan Misamis Oriental IT 101: Computer Concepts and Fundamentals POWERPOINTPRESENTATIONSubmitted By:Mary Dian Rose M. FabelaSubmitted To:Mr. Hernono B. Lopez Jr. 3. MangoThe mango is thenational fruit of thePhilippines and isconsidered the apple ofthe tropics. It is knownworldwide and is a majorexport product. Ripe oneshave yellow skin andflesh. This is whenmangoes are at theirsweetest. Two varietiesare commonly grown, thesweeter manggang pikoand the fleshier manggangkalabaw. Those fromGuimaras is said to be thesweetest in the world.Other regions in thePhilippines which producelarge quantities ofmangoes for export areZambales, Davao andCebu. 4. RambutanRambutan is native toSoutheast Asia and theMalay Archipelago andgrown in Laguna, parts ofMindanao, PanayIsland, Mindoro andBatangas. The name is aMalay wordrambut, which meanshair. The egg-size fruithas claret skin thatresembles scaly leathercovered with soft red-green spines. Rambutanhas translucent, pearly-white meat coveringbrown seeds. 5. AvocadoThe avocado is apear-shaped fruit withdark, shiny purple orgreen skin. Thesoft, creamy, thickflesh covers a singleovoid to round seed.The custard-like fleshtastes almost blandand said to lowercholesterol levels.Avocadoes are used incooking, salads, icecream and otherdesserts. 6. LanzonesLanzones grows inbunches resembling paleblonde grapes with bitterseeds. It is native toWestern Malaysia. Thetartly-sweet firm fruithas about five sectionscovered in cream-coloredskin with white sap thatcan discolor your fingers.Lanzones from Camiguinin Mindanao is said to bethe sweetest and holdsan annual harvestfestival. It also grows inLaguna, parts ofQuezon, Batangas, Cagayan de Oro and Butuan. 7. DurianDurian is the king of alltropical fruits, native toBrunei, Indonesia andMalaysia and grown inMindanao. It has dark khakior dull green skin withthick, short, pointed spinesand a very pungent odor. Itsflesh is golden, sweet andbutter-soft. Some considerthis an aphrodisiac. Durianis made into candiedsweets, ice cream andcakes. Local eaters washoff the taste by placingsome water in the husk anddrinking it. They also washtheir hands on water-filledhusks. 8. LangkaLangka or jackfruitcomes fromSouthwestern India, SriLanka, Bangladesh andthe Philippines and alsoin Australia. It is thelargest tree-born fruit inthe world, growing up to20 inches in diameterand weigh up to 40 kilos.The yellow fleshconsists of sweet bulbscovering oblong seedsthat are edible whenboiled. It can be eatenraw or sliced and addedto turon, guinatan andmade into jam and addedto halo-halo. 9. AtisAtis or sugar apple orcustard apple wasintroduced by theSpaniards around 1590.The round fruit is smallwith lumpy dull-greenscales. Atis hassweet, creamy flesh withnumerous black seeds. Ithas a very short shelf lifeand should be eaten assoon as it ripens but issweeter when left toripen on the tree. 10. WatermelonWatermelons arejuicy, sweet andcrunchy, with plenty ofpits. Watermelongrows on ground-crawling vines, its fruitround or oblong, withgreen skin and with orwithout dark greenwavy stripes. The fleshis either red or yellow.They can be eatenfresh or scooped intoballs and added tosummer fruit compote. 11. SantolSantol is a popularsummer fruit in thePhilippines but isnative to Malaysia.This yellowishfuzzy round fruitshas five to sixwhite juicy pulpscovering big seeds.It can be eatenraw or made intomarmalade. 12. BananaHigh vitamin andmineralcontent, particularly potassium, easilydigested, increasesfatburning, researchsuggests theylower risk ofcolorectal andkidneycancer, B6, vitaminC, B5, B2, folate, manganese, potassium, copper, magnesi 13. PineapplePromotes jointhealth, reducesinflammation, diuretic, digestive aid, cleanserof mucus, mildlaxative, calcium, vitamin C, folicacid, magnesium, manganese, beta carotene. 14. BayabasThe plant issomewhat hairyreaches a height of 8inches. Ripe fruit iseaten as vegetableand used as seasoningfor sinigang and alsoused in themanufacture of jellies.Leaves in the form ofdecoction for washingulcers and woundsand alsoantidiarrhetic. 15. CacaoCultivated for itsseeds which areused in themanufacture ofcacao, chocolate, cacao butter. Cacaobutter is used inthe manufacture ofconfections, toiletpreparations andcosmetic ointmentsor coating pills andpreparingsuppositories. 16. SampalokThe tree is cultivated forits many uses. Leavesare used in dyeing.Tamarind pulp obtainedcitric acid, 9.40, tartaricacid 1.55, malic acid0.45, bitartrate of potash3.25, sugar 12.5, gum 4.7vegetable jelly6.25, parenchyma34.35, and water 27.55.Seeds containtannin, fixed oil, andinsoluble matter. andbark of old trees contains7% tannin. 17. Thankyou forviewing!Created By: DIAN