• The seeds of A. pavonina are rich in proteins, crude fat, and minerals, with low levels of antinutrients detected.
• The methanol extract of the seeds of A. pavonina has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.
• A. pavonina seed extract has potential blood pressure lowering effects.
The ethanolic leaf extract of this tropical tree possesses significant anti-inflammatory activity.
The stem-bark extracts demonstrated significant antioxidant activity. The seed powder (at 0.1% and 1% w/w) reduced the infection of root-infecting fungi. Galactomannans of A. pavonina can be used as edible coatings for different tropical fruits. The seed oil can be applied in oil-in-water (o/w) emulsions.
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