Garcinia cymosa
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The young plant:

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A germinating seed:

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In October 2014, I came across a newly cut tree stump. Except for the tree stump, all the other parts of the plant were gone. The bark appeared to release a lot of thick sticky latex when cut. The latex is probably white in colour when first release and gradually turned yellowish over time.

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Read my encounter with this tree.

Publications:

1. M. Dwi Wiwik Ernawati, Yusnelti and Afrida. Isolation of antibacterial compounds from Garcinia cf cymosa. J Natural Sci Res 2014;4(4):23-25. | Read article |

2. Yuliar, Yunazar Manjang, Sanusi Ibrahim, Sjamsul Arifin Achmad. Phenolic Constituents from the tree barks of Garcinia cf cymosa and their antioxidant and antibacterial activities. Malaysian J Fundamental Appl Sci 2013;9(3):115-118. | Abstract | Read article |

3. Elfita E, Muharni M, Latief M, Darwati D, Widiyantoro A, Supriyatna S, Bahti HH, Dachriyanus D, Cos P, Maes L, Foubert K, Apers S, Pieters L. Antiplasmodial and other constituents from four Indonesian Garcinia spp. Phytochemistry 2009;70(7):907-912. | Abstract |