The Bael, Aegle marmelos (family: Rutaceae), also known as Bengal quince or stone apple, grown in the arid regions of India is a tree that grows on barren lands but is endowed with lots of goodness. It is an important aromatic medicinal plant of Indian origin and bears round yellow orange colour pulpy nutritious fruits. Due to lack of information, this fruit is highly underutilized.
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- Parichha *S (2004). Bael (Aegle Marmelos) Nature's Most Natural Medicinal Fruit Orissa Review.
- Article on bael - (http://www.ijcpr.com/PDF,IJCPR/Vol2/Issue1/IJCPR,Vol2,Issue1,Article3.pdf)
- Antioxidant property - (http://www.ijddr.in/Dacuments/4/3.pdf)
Latest Publications and Research on Bael - The Ultimate Medicinal Summer FruitScreen-printing of flexible semi-transparent electrodes and devices based on silver nanowire networks. - Published by PubMed
Photoacoustic Sensing of Trapped Fluids in Nanoporous Thin Films: Device Engineering and Sensing Scheme. - Published by PubMed
Synergistic combination of natural bioadhesive bael fruit gum and chitosan/nano-hydroxyapatite: A ternary bioactive nanohybrid for bone tissue engineering. - Published by PubMed
DNA scission and LDL cholesterol oxidation inhibition and antioxidant activities of Bael (Aegle marmelos) flower extracts. - Published by PubMed
Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of marmelosin from Bael (Aegle marmelos L.); Inhibition of TNF-a mediated inflammatory/tumor markers. - Published by PubMed