Artocarpus integer
[Chempedak]

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The young plant:

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The germinating seeds with the roots appear to be yellow in colour.

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The whole fruit (syncarp) which is formed by multiple fruits has a very pungent even before it is pried open. Its skin is rather sticky. The fresh of the individual fruit is yellow and much softer but more pungent than a similar fruit from the same family, Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus). Each fruit has a large seed.

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