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The '''jackfruit''' (alternately '''jack tree''', '''jakfruit''', or sometimes simply '''jack''' or '''jak'''; '''''Artocarpus heterophyllus'''''),<ref name=tba>{{ cite web |url=http://www.tropical-biology.org/research/dip/species/Artocarpus%20heterophyllus.htm |title=''Artocarpus heterophyllus'' |publisher=Tropical Biology Association |date=page last updated October 2006 |accessdate=November 23, 2012}}</ref> is a species of [[tree]] in the ''[[Artocarpus]]'' genus of the [[mulberry]] family (''[[Moraceae]]''). It is native to parts of [[South Asia|South]] and [[Southeast Asia]], and is believed to have originated in the southwestern rain forests of India, in present-day [[Kerala]], coastal [[Karnataka]] and [[Maharashtra]].<ref>{{cite book|last=Boning|first=Charles R.|title=Florida's Best Fruiting Plants: Native and Exotic Trees, Shrubs, and Vines|year=2006|publisher=Pineapple Press, Inc.|location=Sarasota, Florida|page=107}}</ref> The jackfruit tree is well suited to tropical [[lowland]]s, and its fruit is the largest tree-borne fruit,<ref name=kaetf>{{ cite web |url=http://knowandenjoytropicalfruit.com/chapters/jackfruit-and-breadfruit-relatives/ |title=Jackfruit, Breadfruit & Relatives |publisher=Know & Enjoy Tropical Fruit |year=2012 |accessdate=November 23, 2012}}</ref> reaching as much as {{convert|80|lb}} in weight, {{convert|36|in|cm|-1}} in length, and {{convert|20|in|cm|-1}} in diameter.<ref name=crfg>{{ cite web |url=http://www.crfg.org/pubs/ff/jackfruit.html |title=JACKFRUIT Fruit Facts |publisher=California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. |year=1996 |accessdate=November 23, 2012}}</ref>
 
The '''jackfruit''' (alternately '''jack tree''', '''jakfruit''', or sometimes simply '''jack''' or '''jak'''; '''''Artocarpus heterophyllus'''''),<ref name=tba>{{ cite web |url=http://www.tropical-biology.org/research/dip/species/Artocarpus%20heterophyllus.htm |title=''Artocarpus heterophyllus'' |publisher=Tropical Biology Association |date=page last updated October 2006 |accessdate=November 23, 2012}}</ref> is a species of [[tree]] in the ''[[Artocarpus]]'' genus of the [[mulberry]] family (''[[Moraceae]]''). It is native to parts of [[South Asia|South]] and [[Southeast Asia]], and is believed to have originated in the southwestern rain forests of India, in present-day [[Kerala]], coastal [[Karnataka]] and [[Maharashtra]].<ref>{{cite book|last=Boning|first=Charles R.|title=Florida's Best Fruiting Plants: Native and Exotic Trees, Shrubs, and Vines|year=2006|publisher=Pineapple Press, Inc.|location=Sarasota, Florida|page=107}}</ref> The jackfruit tree is well suited to tropical [[lowland]]s, and its fruit is the largest tree-borne fruit,<ref name=kaetf>{{ cite web |url=http://knowandenjoytropicalfruit.com/chapters/jackfruit-and-breadfruit-relatives/ |title=Jackfruit, Breadfruit & Relatives |publisher=Know & Enjoy Tropical Fruit |year=2012 |accessdate=November 23, 2012}}</ref> reaching as much as {{convert|80|lb}} in weight, {{convert|36|in|cm|-1}} in length, and {{convert|20|in|cm|-1}} in diameter.<ref name=crfg>{{ cite web |url=http://www.crfg.org/pubs/ff/jackfruit.html |title=JACKFRUIT Fruit Facts |publisher=California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. |year=1996 |accessdate=November 23, 2012}}</ref>
   
The jackfruit tree is widely cultivated in tropical regions of [[India]], [[Bangladesh]], [[Nepal]], [[Sri Lanka]], [[Vietnam]], [[Thailand]], [[Malaysia]], [[Indonesia]], and the [[Philippines]]. Jackfruit is also found across [[Africa]] (e.g., in [[Cameroon]], [[Uganda]], [[Tanzania]], and [[Mauritius]]), as well as throughout [[Brazil]] and in Caribbean nations such as [[Jamaica]].
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The jackfruit tree is widely cultivated and popular food item in tropical regions of [[India]], [[Bangladesh]], [[Nepal]], [[Sri Lanka]], [[Vietnam]], [[Thailand]], [[Malaysia]], [[Indonesia]], and the [[Philippines]]. Jackfruit is also found across [[Africa]] (e.g., in [[Cameroon]], [[Uganda]], [[Tanzania]], and [[Mauritius]]), as well as throughout [[Brazil]] and in Caribbean nations such as [[Jamaica]].
   
 
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Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 06:29:16 PM
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Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 06:29:16 PM #101712
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