1.2- Main species of Family Moraceae with Edible fruits on the World 1.2.1- Edible fruits from Tribe Artocarpeae +Edible Fruits from GenusArtocarpusJ.R.Forst. & G.Forst. - Vietnamese: Chi Mít Artocarpusis a genus of approximately 60 trees and shrubs of Southeast Asian and Pacific origin, belonging to the mulberry family, Moraceae. Most species of Artocarpus are restricted to Southeast Asia; a few cultivated species are more widely distributed, especially Breadfruit A. altilis and Jackfruit A. heterophyllus, which are cultivated throughout the tropics. Breadfruit and jackfruit are cultivated widely in the tropical Southeast Asia. Other species are cultivated locally for their timber, fruit or edible seeds. Anjily, A. hirsutus, is grown for fruit and timber in the Western Ghats. Several species in the genus bear edible fruit and are commonly cultivated: - Breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis) – Vietnamese: Sa ke (Sa kê) or Xa ke (Xa kê). - Breadnut (Artocarpus camansi) – Vietnamese: Cay banh mi lay hat New Guinea (Cây bánh mì lấy hạt New Guinea). - Cempedak (Artocarpus integer) – Vietnamese: Mit To Nu (Mít Tố Nữ). - Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) – Vietnamese: Mit (Mít). - Kwai muk (Artocarpus hypargyreus) – Vietnamese: Mat Tau (Mít Tàu). - Lakoocha (Artocarpus lakoocha) – Vietnamese: Mit Rung (Mít Rừng). - Pudau (Artocarpus kemando) – Vietnamese: Mit Rung Ma Lai (Mít Rừng Mã Lai). - Anjily (Artocarpus hirsutus) – Vietnamese: Mit Rung Vang Ma Lai (Mít Rừng Vàng Mã Lai). - Chaplaish (Artocarpus chama) – Vietnamese: Mit Nai Qua Vang (Mít Này Quả Vàng). - Marang (Artocarpus odoratissimus) - Vietnamese: Mit Nay (Mít Này). + Edible Fruits from Genus Treculia Decne. Ex Trécul - Vietnamese: Chi Cay banh mi Chau Phi (Chi Cây bánh mì Châu Phi). - Species Treculia africana – Vietnamese: Cay banh mi Chau Phi (Cây bánh mì Châu Phi). 1.2.2- Edible fruits from Tribe Dorstenieae + Edible Fruits from GenusBrosimum Sw. – Vietnamese: Chi Cay banh mi lay hat Nam My (Chi Cây bánh mì lấy hạt Nam Mỹ). - Species Breadnut (Brosimum alicastrum) - Vietnamese: Cay banh mi lay hat Nam My (Cây bánh mì lấy hạt Nam Mỹ). 1.2.3- Edible fruits from Tribe Ficeae + Edible Fruits from GenusFicusL. (Vietnamese: Chi đa,sung, sanh, si, đề) With many species have edible fruits but not be important. 1.2.4- Edible Fruits from Tribe Moreae + Edible Fruits from GenusMorus L. (Vietnamese: Chi Dâu tầm). With many species have edible fruits but not be important.
3- The fruits from Family Moraceae in Vietnam
In Vietnam there are over 10 known genera and approximately 140 species of Family Moraceae widely distributed throughout the country, including wild plants and trees, many species of high economic value. The Fruits from Family Moraceae in Vietnam are: