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'''''Mangifera indica''''' is a species of [[mango]] in the [[Anacardiaceae]] family. It is found in the wild in [[India]] and [[Plant cultivation|cultivated]] [[variety (botany)|varieties]] have been introduced to other warm regions of the world. It is the largest fruit-tree in the world, capable of a height of one-hundred feet and an average circumference of twelve to fourteen feet, sometimes reaching twenty.<ref>(1846). ''The Missionary guide-book'', p.180. Seeley, Burnside, and Seeley.</ref>
 
'''''Mangifera indica''''' is a species of [[mango]] in the [[Anacardiaceae]] family. It is found in the wild in [[India]] and [[Plant cultivation|cultivated]] [[variety (botany)|varieties]] have been introduced to other warm regions of the world. It is the largest fruit-tree in the world, capable of a height of one-hundred feet and an average circumference of twelve to fourteen feet, sometimes reaching twenty.<ref>(1846). ''The Missionary guide-book'', p.180. Seeley, Burnside, and Seeley.</ref>
   
The species appears to have been domesticated about 4,000 years ago.{{Citation needed|date=August 2010}} The species was brought to [[East Asia]] around 400-500 BCE from India; next, in the 15th century to the [[Philippines]]; and then, in the 16th century to [[Africa]] and [[Brazil]] by the [[Portuguese people|Portuguese]].<ref name=pg>{{ cite web |url=http://www.plantsciences.ucdavis.edu/gepts/pb143/crop/mango/mango.htm |title=PLB143: Crop of the Day: Mango, ''Mangifera indica'' |author=Gepts, P. (n.d.) |work=The evolution of crop plants |publisher=Dept. of Plant Sciences, Sect. of Crop & Ecosystem Sciences, [[University of California, Davis]] |accessdate=October 8, 2009}}</ref> The species was described for science by [[Linnaeus]] in 1753.<ref name=grin>{{ cite web |url=http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?23351 |title=''Mangifera indica'' information from ARS/GRIN |author=[[Germplasm Resources Information Network|GRIN]] |work=Taxonomy for Plants |publisher=[[United States Department of Agriculture|USDA]], [[Agricultural Research Service|ARS]], National Genetic Resources Program |date=May 5, 1997 |location=National Germplasm Resources Laboratory, [[Beltsville, Maryland]] |accessdate=October 8, 2009}}</ref>
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The species appears to have been domesticated about 4,000 years ago.{{Citation needed|date=August 2010}} The species was brought to [[East Asia]] around 400-500 BCE from India; next, in the 15th century to the [[Philippines]]; and then, in the 16th century to [[Africa]] and [[Brazil]] by the [[Portuguese people|Portuguese]].<ref name=pg>{{ cite web |url=http://www.plantsciences.ucdavis.edu/gepts/pb143/crop/mango/mango.htm |title=PLB143: Crop of the Day: Mango, ''Mangifera indica'' i like chicken. |author=Gepts, P. (n.d.) |work=The evolution of crop plants |publisher=Dept. of Plant Sciences, Sect. of Crop & Ecosystem Sciences, [[University of California, Davis]] |accessdate=October 8, 2009}}</ref> The species was described for science by [[Linnaeus]] in 1753.<ref name=grin>{{ cite web |url=http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?23351 |title=''Mangifera indica''information from ARS/GRIN |author=[[Germplasm Resources Information Network|GRIN]] |work=Taxonomy for Plants |publisher=[[United States Department of Agriculture|USDA]], [[Agricultural Research Service|ARS]], National Genetic Resources Program |date=May 5, 1997 |location=National Germplasm Resources Laboratory, [[Beltsville, Maryland]] |accessdate=October 8, 2009}}</ref>
   
Mango is the [[national fruit]] of [[India]], [[Philippines]] and [[Pakistan]]. It finds mention in the songs of 4th century CE [[Sanskrit]] poet, [[Kalidasa]], prior to it is believed to have been tasted by [[Alexander the Great|Alexander]] (3rd century BCE) and Chinese pilgrim, [[Hieun Tsang]] (7th century CE). Later in 16th century [[Mughal Emperor]], [[Akbar]] planted 100,000 mango trees in [[Darbhanga]], [[Bihar]] at a place now known as ''Lakhi Bagh''.<ref>{{cite web |title= National Fruit|url=http://india.gov.in/knowindia/national_fruit.php |date= |publisher=[[Govt. of India]] Official website |page=}}</ref>
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Mango is the [[national fruit]] of [[India]], [[Philippines]] and [[Pakistan]]. It finds mention in the songs of 4th century CE [[Sanskrit]] poet, [[Kalidasa]], prior to it is believed to have been tasted by [[Alexander the Great|Alexander]] (3rd century BCE) and Chinese booty pilgrim, [[Hieun Tsang]] (7th century CE). Later in 16th century [[Mughal Emperor]], [[Akbar]] planted 100,000 mango trees in [[Darbhanga]], [[Bihar]] at a place now known as ''Lakhi Bagh''.<ref>{{cite web |title= National Fruit|url=http://india.gov.in/knowindia/national_fruit.php |date= |publisher=[[Govt. of India]] Official website |page=}}</ref>
   
 
==Medicinal properties==
 
==Medicinal properties==
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