The palm family of order Arecales, subclass Arecidae, class Liliopsida.
A plant genus of the family ARECACEAE. It is a tropical palm tree that yields a large, edible hard-shelled fruit from which oil and fiber are also obtained.
A cluster of FLOWERS (as opposed to a solitary flower) arranged on a main stem of a plant.
The science dealing with the earth and its life, especially the description of land, sea, and air and the distribution of plant and animal life, including humanity and human industries with reference to the mutual relations of these elements. (From Webster, 3d ed)
Deoxyribonucleic acid that makes up the genetic material of plants.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
The relationships of groups of organisms as reflected by their genetic makeup.
A plant genus of the family ARECACEAE that should not be confused with ACORUS CALAMUS.
The fleshy or dry ripened ovary of a plant, enclosing the seed or seeds.
The reproductive organs of plants.
Expanded structures, usually green, of vascular plants, characteristically consisting of a bladelike expansion attached to a stem, and functioning as the principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration. (American Heritage Dictionary, 2d ed)
The study of the similarities and differences in the structures of homologous tissues across various species.
The study of the structure of various TISSUES of organisms on a microscopic level.
Supplies used in building.
A branch of biology dealing with the structure of organisms.
A plant order of the subclass Dilleniidae, class Magnoliopsida. It includes 18 families, approximately 175 genera, and 3,400 species. Its members are mostly tropical trees and shrubs.
A plant genus of the family HYDRANGEACEAE. Members contain hydrangenol, thunberginols, hydramacrosides A and B, and secoiridoid glucosides.
A plant genus of the family VITACEAE. Cissus rufescence gum is considered comparable to TRAGACANTH.
A country spanning from central Asia to the Pacific Ocean.
A plant genus of the family ARECACEAE. Members contain ARECOLINE and CATECHIN. The leaves and nuts have been used as masticatories, stimulants, and astringents in traditional medicine. The common name of betel is also used for PIPER BETLE. The common name of catechu is sometimes used for ACACIA CATECHU.
Celestial bodies orbiting around the sun or other stars.
The cycle by which the element carbon is exchanged between organic matter and the earth's physical environment.
Component of the NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH. Through basic and clinical biomedical research and training, it conducts and supports research into the nature of the aging process and diseases associated with the later stages of life. The Institute was established in 1974.
Planet that is the third in order from the sun. It is one of the four inner or terrestrial planets of the SOLAR SYSTEM.
The gaseous envelope surrounding a planet or similar body. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
PLANTS, or their progeny, whose GENOME has been altered by GENETIC ENGINEERING.
Proteins found in plants (flowers, herbs, shrubs, trees, etc.). The concept does not include proteins found in vegetables for which VEGETABLE PROTEINS is available.
The usually underground portions of a plant that serve as support, store food, and through which water and mineral nutrients enter the plant. (From American Heritage Dictionary, 1982; Concise Dictionary of Biology, 1990)
The functional hereditary units of PLANTS.
A technique of inputting two-dimensional images into a computer and then enhancing or analyzing the imagery into a form that is more useful to the human observer.
Common name for one of five species of small PARROTS, containing long tails.
Non-native organisms brought into a region, habitat, or ECOSYSTEM by human activity.
Warm-blooded VERTEBRATES possessing FEATHERS and belonging to the class Aves.
The encapsulated embryos of flowering plants. They are used as is or for animal feed because of the high content of concentrated nutrients like starches, proteins, and fats. Rapeseed, cottonseed, and sunflower seed are also produced for the oils (fats) they yield.
A plant genus of the family ASTERACEAE. Members contain galegine (GUANIDINES).
Organizations established by endowments with provision for future maintenance.
The lone species in the genus Nyctereutes, family CANIDAE. It is found in the woodland zone from southeastern Siberia to Vietnam and on the main islands of Japan.
The common orally transmitted traditions, myths, festivals, songs, superstitions, and stories of all peoples.
A voluntary contract between two or more dentists who may or may not share responsibility for the care of patients, with proportional sharing of profits and losses.
Woody, usually tall, perennial higher plants (Angiosperms, Gymnosperms, and some Pterophyta) having usually a main stem and numerous branches.
The teaching ascribed to Gautama Buddha (ca. 483 B.C.) holding that suffering is inherent in life and that one can escape it into nirvana by mental and moral self-purification. (Webster, 3d ed)
The family Phocidae, suborder PINNIPEDIA, order CARNIVORA, comprising the true seals. They lack external ears and are unable to use their hind flippers to walk. It includes over 18 species including the harp seal, probably the best known seal species in the world.

Characterization of a defensin gene expressed in oil palm inflorescences: induction during tissue culture and possible association with epigenetic somaclonal variation events. (1/237)

From differential display studies performed on oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) tissue cultures bearing or lacking an epigenetic homeotic flowering abnormality, known as mantled, EGAD1, a gene coding for a putative plant defensin, has been identified and characterized. In whole plants, transcripts of the EGAD1 gene were detected only in inflorescences. The closest characterized relative of the oil palm EGAD1 gene is the Petunia PPT gene, which is expressed principally in the pistil of the flower. The 77 amino acid polypeptide encoded by the EGAD1 gene displays strong similarities with a number of plant defensin proteins, which are thought to play a protective role and which have been shown in some cases to possess antifungal properties. Oil palm tissue cultures exhibit a generally strong induction of accumulation of EGAD1 transcripts, which were detected to differing extents at all stages of the tissue culture regeneration process. The 5' flanking region of the EGAD1 gene was found to contain two different types of potential cis-acting DNA element previously identified in the promoters of plant defence-related genes, which may explain the observed expression in tissue cultures. At the callus stage of the in vitro regeneration procedure, a differential accumulation of EGAD1 transcripts was observed which correlated with the presence or absence of the mantled flowering abnormality. EGAD1 gene expression may therefore be a marker of epigenetic somaclonal variation events.  (+info)

Thermal stability of peroxidase from the african oil palm tree Elaeis guineensis. (2/237)

The thermal stability of peroxidase from leaves of the African oil palm tree Elaeis guineensis (AOPTP) at pH 3.0 was studied by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), intrinsic fluorescence, CD and enzymatic assays. The spectral parameters as monitored by ellipticity changes in the far-UV CD spectrum of the enzyme as well as the increase in tryptophan intensity emission upon heating, together with changes in enzymatic activity with temperature were seen to be good complements to the highly sensitive but integral method of DSC. The data obtained in this investigation show that thermal denaturation of palm peroxidase is an irreversible process, under kinetic control, that can be satisfactorily described by the two-state kinetic scheme, N -->(k) D, where k is a first-order kinetic constant that changes with temperature, as given by the Arrhenius equation; N is the native state, and D is the denatured state. On the basis of this model, the parameters of the Arrhenius equation were calculated.  (+info)

Purification and characterization of 31-kDa palm pollen glycoprotein (Ela g Bd 31 K), which is recognized by IgE from palm pollinosis patients. (3/237)

A basic glycoprotein, which was recognized by IgE from oil palm pollinosis patients, has been purified from oil palm pollen (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.), which is a strong allergen and causes severe pollinosis in Malaysia and Singapore. Soluble proteins were extracted from defatted palm pollen with both Tris-HCl buffer (pH 7.8) and Na-acetate buffer (pH 4.0). The allergenic glycoprotein was purified from the total extract to homogeneity with 0.4% yield by a combination of DEAE- and CM-cellulose, SP-HPLC, and gel filtration. The purified oil palm pollen glycoprotein with molecular mass of 31 kDa was recognized by the beta1-2 xylose specific antibody, suggesting this basic glycoprotein bears plant complex type N-glycan(s). The palm pollen basic glycoprotein, designated Ela g Bd 31 K, was recognized by IgE of palm pollinosis patients, suggesting Ela g Bd 31 K should be one of the palm pollen allergens. The preliminary structural analysis of N-glycans linked to glycoproteins of palm pollens showed that the antigenic N-glycans having alpha1-3 fucose and alpha1-2 xylose residues (GlcNAc(2 to approximately 0)Man3Xyl1Fuc(1 to approximately 0)GlcNAc2) actually occur on the palm pollen glycoproteins, in addition to the high-mannose type structures (Man(9 to approximately 5)GlcNAc2).  (+info)

Polyphenol-enriched extract of oil palm fronds (Elaeis guineensis) promotes vascular relaxation via endothelium-dependent mechanisms. (4/237)

Plant-based polyphenolic compounds have been reported to possess cardiovascular health benefits. Several dietary sources, including herbs and spices, fruits and vegetables, and tea and wine, contain an array of biologically active compounds that have been shown to be effective in retarding oxidation of low-density lipoproteins (LDL) and promoting vascular relaxation. In the present study four different plant sources, both edible and non-edible, were evaluated for potential activity. Organic extracts enriched in polyphenols were prepared from palm fronds (Elaesis guineensis); lemongrass (Cymbopogon citrates); papaya shoots (Carica papaya) and green chilli (Capsicum frutescenes) and tested for their ability to prevent in vitro oxidation of LDL, and for potential vascular relaxation actions. Rings of rat thoracic aorta and isolated perfused mesenteric vascular beds were mounted in organ baths, contracted using a half-maximal dose of noradrenaline and exposed to cumulative additions of test extracts. Palm frond extract resulted in considerable relaxation (>75%) in both preparations and was found to be endothelium-dependent as removal of endothelium or inhibition of endogenous nitric oxide (NO) led to a total loss in relaxant activity. Lemongrass extract caused a greater relaxation action in the mesenteric preparation compared to aortic rings, and appears to be mediated via NO-independent and non-prostanoid mechanisms. Of the extracts tested, palm fronds also demonstrated the highest antioxidant capacity, as determined by the ferric reducing activity/potential assay, and resulted in a significant delay (P < 0.05) in the oxidation of LDL. Collectively, these preliminary findings lend further support to the potential cardiovascular actions of plant polyphenols and also identify oil palm fronds as containing constituents that promote vascular relaxation via endothelium-dependent mechanisms.  (+info)

Palm fruit in traditional African food culture. (5/237)

The centre of origin of the oil palm is the tropical rain forest region of West Africa. It is considered to be the 200-300 kilometre wide coastal belt between Liberia and Mayumbe. The oil palm tree has remained the 'tree of life' of Yoruba land as well as of other parts of southern West Africa to which it is indigenous. The Yoruba are adept at spinning philosophical and poetical proverbs around such ordinary things as hills, rivers, birds, animals and domestic tools. Hundreds of the traditional proverbs are still with us, and through them one can see the picture of the environment that contributed to the moulding of the thoughts of the people. Yoruba riddles or puzzles were also couched in terms of the environment and the solutions to them were also environmental items. They have a popular saying: A je eran je eran a kan egungun, a je egungun je egungun a tun kan eran: 'A piece of meat has an outer layer of flesh, an intermediate layer of bone and an inner layer of flesh'. What is it? A palm fruit: it has an outer edible layer, the mesocarp; then a layer of shell, inedible, and the kernel inside, edible. The solution to this puzzle summarises the botanical and cultural characteristics of the palm fruit.  (+info)

Palm fruit chemistry and nutrition. (6/237)

The palm fruit (Elaies guineensis) yields palm oil, a palmitic-oleic rich semi solid fat and the fat-soluble minor components, vitamin E (tocopherols, tocotrienols), carotenoids and phytosterols. A recent innovation has led to the recovery and concentration of water-soluble antioxidants from palm oil milling waste, characterized by its high content of phenolic acids and flavonoids. These natural ingredients pose both challenges and opportunities for the food and nutraceutical industries. Palm oil's rich content of saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids has actually been turned into an asset in view of current dietary recommendations aimed at zero trans content in solid fats such as margarine, shortenings and frying fats. Using palm oil in combination with other oils and fats facilitates the development of a new generation of fat products that can be tailored to meet most current dietary recommendations. The wide range of natural palm oil fractions, differing in their physico-chemical characteristics, the most notable of which is the carotenoid-rich red palm oil further assists this. Palm vitamin E (30% tocopherols, 70% tocotrienols) has been extensively researched for its nutritional and health properties, including antioxidant activities, cholesterol lowering, anti-cancer effects and protection against atherosclerosis. These are attributed largely to its tocotrienol content. A relatively new output from the oil palm fruit is the water-soluble phenolic-flavonoid-rich antioxidant complex. This has potent antioxidant properties coupled with beneficial effects against skin, breast and other cancers. Enabled by its water solubility, this is currently being tested for use as nutraceuticals and in cosmetics with potential benefits against skin aging. A further challenge would be to package all these palm ingredients into a single functional food for better nutrition and health.  (+info)

Phytonutrient deficiency: the place of palm fruit. (7/237)

The oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) is native to many West African countries, where local populations have used its oil for culinary and other purposes. Large-scale plantations, established principally in tropical regions (Asia, Africa and Latin America), are mostly aimed at the production of oil, which is extracted from the fleshy mesocarp of the palm fruit, and endosperm or kernel oil. Palm oil is different from other plant and animal oils in that it contains 50% saturated fatty acids, 40% unsaturated fatty acids, and 10% polyunsaturated fatty acids. The fruit also contains components that can endow the oil with nutritional and health beneficial properties. These phytonutrients include carotenoids (alpha-,beta-,and gamma-carotenes), vitamin E (tocopherols and tocotrienols), sterols (sitosterol, stigmasterol and campesterol), phospholipids, glycolipids and squalene. In addition, it is recently reported that certain water-soluble powerful antioxidants, phenolic acids and flavonoids, can be recovered from palm oil mill effluent. Owing to its high content of phytonutrients with antioxidant properties, the possibility exists that palm fruit offers some health advantages by reducing lipid oxidation, oxidative stress and free radical damage. Accordingly, use of palm fruit or its phytonutrient-rich fractions, particularly water-soluble antioxidants, may confer some protection against a number of disorders or diseases including cardiovascular disease, cancers, cataracts and macular degeneration, cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease. However, whilst prevention of disease through use of these phytonutrients as in either food ingredients or nutraceuticals may be a worthwhile objective, dose response data are required to evaluate their pharmacologic and toxicologic effects. In addition, one area of concern about use of antioxidant phytonutrients is how much suppression of oxidation may be compatible with good health, as toxic free radicals are required for defence mechanisms. These food-health concepts would probably spur the large-scale oil palm (and monoculture) plantations, which are already seen to be a major cause of deforestation and replacement of diverse ecosystems in many countries. However, the environmental advantages of palm phytonutrients are that they are prepared from the readily available raw material from palm oil milling processes. Palm fruit, one of only a few fatty fruits, is likely to have an increasingly substantiated place in human health, not only through the provision of acceptable dietary fats, but also its characteristic protective phytonutrients.  (+info)

Genetic diversity and recruitment of the tropical palm, Euterpe edulis Mart., in a natural population from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. (8/237)

The genetic diversity and recruitment of plants of heart-of-palm tree (Euterpe edulis Mart.) were investigated in a natural population located in Southern Brazil. Five categories of plants, from seedlings to adults, were analysed using 16 allozymic loci. The results showed an average population level of genetic diversity (He=0.278) greater than the average of plant species already studied. The recruitment process of E. edulis is related to its genetic characteristics. A significant increase in the heterozygote frequency towards the adult stages was observed at three loci (Pgdh-2, G6pdh-1 and Mdh-1). This suggests the possible action of natural selection in promoting such heterozygote increase. In the same way, a linear increase in allele frequencies was observed at four loci (Prx-3, Prx-4, Pgdh-2 and G6pdh-1), indicating that recruitment is also related to a greater survival of individuals that are carriers of certain alleles. The maintenance of high diversity levels, as well as the increase in the heterozygote frequency, are positive aspects for in situ conservation. Furthermore, an increase in heterozygote frequency is favourable to the management of the species, since the maintenance of a stock of reproductive individuals with high heterozygosity levels favours the maintenance of the population dynamic and structure.  (+info)

Date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) is a major fruit tree in the Middle East and it is a plant considered to be tolerant to a variety of abiotic stresses, including salinity. However, the physiological basis of its salinity tolerance is not fully known. The objective of this study was to screen Omani date palm cultivars for tolerance or susceptibility to salt stress. Seedlings from 10 commercially important date palm cultivars were subjected to 240 mM NaCl, and several physiological parameters related to salinity tolerance traits were evaluated upon treatment. The cultivars were divided into two groups based on the dry weight (DW) of their leaf and root tissues, a parameter which was used as an indication of healthy growth. The results revealed that photosynthesis, electrolyte leakage (EL), and the shoot K+/Na+ ratio were all significantly reduced in the susceptible cultivars. In addition, the relative water content was higher in the tolerant cultivars in comparison with the susceptible ones. These
BACKGROUND: In the Middle East and North Africa, traditional medicine has labelled date palm fruit (Phoenix dactylifera L.) as milk-increasing fruit. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of dates on the amount of prolactin, insulin-like
Fulltext - Effects of Different Dietary Levels of Palm Pollen (Phoenix dactylifera L.) On the Humoral Immunity and Hematology of Broiler Blood
TY - JOUR. T1 - Draft genome sequence of the endophytic Bacillus aryabhattai strain squ-r12, identified from Phoenix dactylifera L. Roots. AU - Yaish, Mahmoud W.. PY - 2017/8/1. Y1 - 2017/8/1. N2 - Bacillus aryabhattai strain SQU-R12 was isolated from date palm seedlings, where it showed a growth-promoting capacity by being able to synthesize indole-3-acetic acid phytohormone and reduce ethylene biosynthesis by producing 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid deaminase. The draft genome sequence of this strain is reported here.. AB - Bacillus aryabhattai strain SQU-R12 was isolated from date palm seedlings, where it showed a growth-promoting capacity by being able to synthesize indole-3-acetic acid phytohormone and reduce ethylene biosynthesis by producing 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid deaminase. The draft genome sequence of this strain is reported here.. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=85027421165&partnerID=8YFLogxK. UR - ...
Oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) is a plantation commodity that has an important role in various aspects of life in Indonesia, especially the domestic economy. This is supported by the increasing demand for world palm oil for food needs (edible oil), industrial (oleochemical), and alternative energy sources based on biodiesel. The development of the palm oil industry requires several efforts to achieve increased national productivity, one of which is the utilization of quality seeds supported by the availability of genetic resources (germplasm) that have a high level of genetic diversity. Efforts that can be made for the development of oil palm in Indonesia is through the characterization of oil palm intoduction from abroad. Considering this, further research on genetic distance analysis of palm oil accession introduced from Cameroon is based on morphological characters to produce parent elders that can produce heterosis properties. ...
Depression is a mental disorder that affects 300 million people of all ages worldwide, but fewer than half of those with the condition receive adequate treatment. In addition, the high pharmacological refractoriness (affecting 30%-50% of patients) and toxicity of some classical antidepressants support the pursuit of new therapies. People with this condition show depressed mood, loss of pleasure, high levels of oxidative stress, and accelerated biological aging (decreased telomere length and expression of the telomerase reverse transcriptase (TERT), the enzyme responsible for telomere maintenance). Because of the close relationship between depression and oxidative stress, nutraceuticals with antioxidant properties are excellent candidates for therapy. This study represents the first investigation of the possible antidepressant and antiaging effects of commercial samples of clarified açaí (|i|Euterpe oleracea|/i|) juice (EO). This fruit is rich in antioxidants and widely
Dates, the fruits of the date palm tree (Phoenix dactylifera L.), are a major staple food in arid areas of North Africa and the Middle East, and the date crop plays a central role in the economy and social life of these regions (Janick et al., 2008; Botes et al., 2002; El-Deek et al., 2010). There are more than 3000 date varieties in the world. Iran, Irak, Morocco and Tunisia have the most diversified germplasm (Zaid et al., 2002; Abdelmajid, 2005). While date palms are primarily cultivated for food, some local varieties are traditionally grown for animal consumption (Williams, 1978).. The date palm is an evergreen palm tree that can reach 15-40 m in height. Its fasciculated root system can grow to a depth of 6 m (Zaid et al., 2002). The stem, or stipe, is cylindrical, straight, up to 1-1.1 m in diameter. The date palm bears 100-120 large fronds, 4-7 m long. Phoenix dactylifera is a dioecious species with male and female plants. A female tree bears about 12 inflorescences per year. These ...
In the present study, physiological, biochemical and molecular analyses were performed using fruits from various stages of fruit development. Physiological and biochemical analyses included measurements of carotenoid, FAC (fatty acid composition) and ethylene production. UV-Vis spectrophotometer, gas chromatography mass spectrophotometry (GCMS) and GC equipped with flame ionization detector (FID) were used to estimate and quantify the β-carotene content, FAC and ethylene production from the fruit mesocarp from young until the ripening stages. Results showed that changes in the β-carotene content, FAC and ethylene production throughout the fruit developmental stages from young until ripening were significant (p,0.001). Both accumulation of the β-carotene and ethylene production increased as the fruits developed and reached the maximum at the ripest stage used in this study. Similarly, changes in the FAC was observed especially in palmitic, oleic, stearic and linoleic acid throughout the fruit ...
In this work, two methods based on microwave-assisted extraction techniques for the extraction of both anthocyanins and total phenolic compounds from acai have been developed. For that, a full factorial design (Box-Behnken design) has been used to optimize the following four variables: solvent composition (25-75% methanol in water), temperature (50-100 degrees C), pH (2-7), and sample/solvent ratio (0.5 g: 10 mL-0.5 g: 20 mL). The anthocyanins and total phenolic compounds content have been determined by ultra high-pressure liquid chromatography and Folin-Ciocalteu method, respectively. The optimum conditions for the extraction of anthocyanins were 38% MeOH in water, 99.63 degrees C, pH 3.00, at 0.5 g: 10 mL of ratio, while for the extraction of total phenolic compounds they were 74.16% MeOH in water, 99.14 degrees C, pH 5.46, at 0.5 g: 20 mL of ratio. Both methods have shown a high repeatability and intermediate precision with a relative standard deviation lower than 5%. Furthermore, an ...
INTRODUCTION. Archontophoenix alexandrae, commonly known as king palm, is endemic to the tropical forests of eastern Australia. King palm has been shown as an alternative species in heart-of-palm production, due to the exhaustion of natural reserves of Euterpe edulis Mart. in the Atlantic forest, or due to the continuous extraction of Euterpe oleraceae Mart. from the Amazon forest (Ramos and Heck, 2003; Bovi and Spiering, 2004). A. alexandrae produces heart-of-palm (locally known as palmito) of the noblest type, with higher quality and superior flavour when compared to that of Euterpe oleracea Mart. (açaí palm), which currently supplies more than 80% of the palmito traded in the international market (Bovi, 1998).. Residues from palmito processing, according to Ribeiro (1996), comprise 80-90 % of total palm weight, with some variations depending on the species. In spite of increasing interest in the utilization of industrial residues as well as in residue valorisation studies (Silva et al., ...
Eureka!! My Areca Palm Tree ( Dypsis lutescens ) is seeding and they are almost done. I have been waiting for this Palm Tree to seed for a long time now. The Areca Palm Tree is one of my favorite types of Palm Tree. I always smile when I hear someone call it the Eureka Palm Tree. It is a very common mispronunciation. The name is Areca Palm Tree ( Ah-reek-ah). I noticed that the seeds of my Areca Palm are almost gold in color. That means they are pretty much ready to be picked. I will wait a little bit longer before I pick them though. I usually like to wait until they fall on the ground themselves. If you would like to see my other Areca Palm Tree post then click here. For now here are some pictures of Areca Palm Tree seeds ...
Abstract : The present study demonstrates a procedure for the rapid development of a high number of somatic embryos from embryogenic suspension culture. This method might be efficient for mass propagation of Ph nix dactylifera L. Embryogenic callus placed in liquid medium with 10-5 M ABA yielded an average 72 embryos per 100 ml of culture medium within 2 months, while those placed on solid medium yielded an average of 33, 20 and 16 embryos per 100 ml of culture medium respectively for 10-7, 10-6 and 10-5 M ABA after 4 months. The combination of 2,4-DIchlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) (4.5 × 10-7 M), glutamine (6.7 × 10-4 M), and ABA (10-5 M) (L8 liquid medium) showed a beneficial effect on somatic embryos production compared to 2,4-<sc>D</sc> and glutamine alone, while this combination significantly ( p < 0.05) increased the accumulation of storage proteins (144 and 138 mg g-1 DW respectively for Jihel and Bousthami noir cultivars) in somatic embryos. The somatic embryos which ...
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This paper summarizes our studies on metal and metalloid uptake by the date palm, Phoenix dactylifera L., a tree of considerable importance in arid regions. The typical concentrations of 17 elements in the date palm are summarized and compared with existing data in the scientific literature. The role and toxicity of these elements are considered. Issues encountered by us during sample collection, pre-treatment and chemical analysis are described. Future studies are suggested.
Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) symbiosis can improve date palm growth and alleviate drought-related impacts than non-mycorrhizal plants due to the ability of AMF for modifying plant metabolism and physiology. Date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) is an important agricultural and commercial crop in the North of Africa and Middle Eastern countries. During the last decade, date palm plantations were subjected to degradation due to an extensive exploitation and to drastic environmental conditions such as drought. Currently, there is a growing interest in the valorization of water due to environmental problems and economic aspects. The use of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) can offer a possibility to overcome these problems. The objective of this study was to study the influence of different Glomus species-Glomus intraradices, G. mosseae and Complex Aoufous (native AMF)-on the development of date palm grown under two water regimes (optimal irrigation, 75 % of field capacity or water deficit, 25 % of ...
Attalea vitrivir Zona (synonym Orbignya oleifera) is one of the six species of Arecaceae known as ?babassu?. This species is used to make cosmetics, food, and detergents due to the high concentration of oil in the seeds. It is found only in fragmented areas of southern Bahia State and northern Minas Gerais State, southeast Brazil, and this fragmentation has affected both its ecological and genetic characteristics. We evaluated the genetic diversity and population genetic structure of A. vitrivir in six areas of two different regions at the extremes of its geographical range, in order to gain a better understanding of the factors that affect the distribution and partitioning of its diversity. Nine inter simple sequence repeat (ISSR) markers amplified 74 polymorphic bands, resulting in large diversity values (Shannon diversity index, 0.37-0.47; intrapopulation genetic diversity, 0.25-0.34). Analysis of molecular variance (AMOVA) revealed considerable differentiation between sampling sites (30.03%) ...
Cellulose nanocrystals (SCNCs) were synthesized from macerated fibers isolated from leaflets of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.). The resultant SCNCs were characterized by optical, scanning and transmission electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction (XRD), Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) and thermogravimetric analysis (TGA). H2SO4-hydrolysis helped isolation of SCNCs with high crystallinity by removing the amorphous regions of the cellulosic microfibril. The SCNCs in an acidic solution were aggregated to form bigger architectures. The SCNCs exhibited a principle sharp peak around 2θ = 21.25° related to the cellulose-I structure. The crystallinity index of the SCNCs was found to be high (85.5%). The average crystallite size of the SCNCs was 2.7 nm. The FTIR results confirmed high purity of the SCNCs conforming to cellulose I. The TGA showed that about 59.13% of the SCNCs mass was lost up to 500°C. Based on the results, the leaflets are suitable precursor for SCNCs synthesis.
Palms are an economically important group of plants and support major agronomic and horticultural industries, quite apart from their regional use in the cultures of many tropical countries as sources of food, fibre, and building materials. Although easily recognized and limited by a lack of secondary growth, they range widely in size, life form, and habitat. This book provides a survey of the structure and vegetative anatomy of members of the palm family (Arecaceae or Palmae) and uses the most recent molecular phylogenetic treatment of the family as the basis for interpreting the systematic and ecological significance of anatomical characters. The first section starts with a description of the often distinctive anatomical techniques used, followed by the principles of palm development, a series of chapters on the microscopic anatomy of all the main organs, and finally an analysis of how these structures might have evolved. The second section documents the systematic anatomical variation found in the
Over-view of the Oil Palm Industry in in Ghana George Kojo Yawson CSIR-Oil Palm Research Institute, Kade . Introduction: oil palm, areas in W. Africa and cultivation in Ghana • The oil palm Elaeis guineensis Jacq. ranks among the most important oil producing crops in Sub-saharan Africa, and is one of the most important sources of edible oil. • The oil palm belt in Africa runs through the. Get Price ...
(2011) Al-Senaidy, Ismael. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences. Peroxidase from date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) leaves was purified to homogeneity and characterized biochemically. The enzyme purification included homogenization, extraction of pigments followed by consecutive chromatographies ...
ylation is one of the main regulators of acetyl-CoA carboxylase, fatty acid synthase complex and stearoyl-ACP-desaturase in increasing the oleic acid level between oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq. var. Tenera) low and high oleic acid varieties. This study utilised advanced proteomic techniques to isolate, detect and identify chromoplast-based phosphorylated proteins associated with the fatty acid biosynthesis pathway. Sub-organelle isolation using differential centrifugation enriched the chromoplast fraction that contained the fatty acid biosynthetic enzymes before their protein extraction. Gel-based and non-gel based mass spectrometry techniques were then employed to separate and improve the identification of key fatty acid biosynthetic enzymes. Protein expression was analysed using isobaric labelling strategy. Five key enzymes, namely the β-ketoacyl-ACP reductase (EC 1.1.1.100), β-hydroxyacyl-ACP dehydrogenase (EC 4.2.1.58 and 4.2.1.59), 3-enoyl-ACP reductase (EC 1.3.19), β-ketoacyl-ACP ...
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. The authors are grateful for the financial support from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NO. 21676223 and NO. 21506177), President Fund of Xiamen University (NO. 20720160087 and NO. 20720160077), the Natural Science Foundation of Fujian Province of China (NO. 2016J01077 and NO. 2015J05034), and the Fujian Provincial Development and Reform Commission, China (NO. 2015489).. REFERENCES CITED. Bendahou, A., Dufresne, A., Kaddami, H., and Habibi, Y. (2007). Isolation and structural characterization of hemicelluloses from palm of Phoenix dactylifera L., Carbohyd. Polym.68(3), 601-608. DOI: 10.1016/j.carbpol.2006.10.016. Blumenkrantz, N., and Asboe-Hansen, G. (1973). New method for quantitative determination of uronic acids, Anal. Biochem. 54(2), 484-489. DOI: 10.1016/0003-2697(73)90377-1. Devallencourt, C., Saiter, J., and Capitaine, D. (1996). Characterization of recycled celluloses: Thermogravimetry/Fourier transform infra-red coupling and thermogravimetry ...
The objective of this experiment was to study the optimum doses fertilizer of Nitrogen and Phosphorus for oil palm seedling (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) in main nursery. This experiment was carried out at IPB Experimental ...
Othman, N.; Mohamed, Z.; Verweij, J.J.; Huat, L.B.; Olivos-Garcia, A.; Yeng, C.; Noordin, R. (2010) Application of real-time polymerase chain reaction in detection of entamoeba histolytica in pus aspirates of liver abscess patients. Foodborne Pathogens and Disease, 7 (6). pp. 637-641. ISSN 1535-3141. Syahmi, A.R.M.; Vijayarathna, S.; Sasidharan, S.; Latha, L.Y.; Kwan, Y.P.; Lau, Y.L.; Shin, L.N.; Chen, Y. (2010) Acute oral toxicity and brine shrimp lethality of elaeis guineensis Jacq., (Oil Palm Leaf) methanol extract. Molecules, 15 (11). pp. 8111-8121. ISSN 1420-3049. Torey, A.; Sasidharan, S.; Yeng, C.; Latha, L.Y. (2010) Standardization of cassia spectabilis with Respect to authenticity, assay and chemical constituent analysis. Molecules, 15 (5). pp. 3411-3420. ISSN 1420-3049. Yeng, C.; Osman, E.; Mohamed, Z.; Noordin, R. (2010) Detection of immunogenic parasite and host-specific proteins in the sera of active and chronic individuals infected with Toxoplasma gondii. Electrophoresis, 31 ...
The total phenol, anthocyanin, total flavonoid contents and mineral contents of the date (Phoenix dactylifera L.) fruits provided from three different countries were determined. While total phenol contents of date fruits change between 12.5 mg GA/ g (Morocco) and 23.3 mg GA/g (Saudi Arabia), anthocyanin contents ranged from 7.3 mol/g (Iran) to 10.1 mol/g (Saudi Arabia). While Ca contents of fruits change between 739.28 mg/Kg (Iran) to 1486.95 mg/Kg (Morocco), K contents of samples varied from 8039.28 mg/Kg (Saudi Arabia) to 11025.18 mg/kg (Morocco). While Fe contents of fruits change between 13.13 mg/kg (Saudi Arabia) and 17.00 mg/kg (Morocco), Zn contents were found between 5.57 mg/kg (Iran) and 6.48 mg/kg (Saudi Arabia). In addition, Cu cntents ranged from 2.49 mg/kg (Iran) to 3.48 mg/kg (Saudi Arabia ...
The total phenol, anthocyanin, total flavonoid contents and mineral contents of the date (Phoenix dactylifera L.) fruits provided from three different countries were determined. While total phenol contents of date fruits change between 12.5 mg GA/ g (Morocco) and 23.3 mg GA/g (Saudi Arabia), anthocyanin contents ranged from 7.3 mol/g (Iran) to 10.1 mol/g (Saudi Arabia). While Ca contents of fruits change between 739.28 mg/Kg (Iran) to 1486.95 mg/Kg (Morocco), K contents of samples varied from 8039.28 mg/Kg (Saudi Arabia) to 11025.18 mg/kg (Morocco). While Fe contents of fruits change between 13.13 mg/kg (Saudi Arabia) and 17.00 mg/kg (Morocco), Zn contents were found between 5.57 mg/kg (Iran) and 6.48 mg/kg (Saudi Arabia). In addition, Cu cntents ranged from 2.49 mg/kg (Iran) to 3.48 mg/kg (Saudi Arabia ...
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20. Arecaceae (PALMAE) 棕榈科 zong lü ke Authors: Shengji Pei, Sanyang Chen, Lixiu Guo, John Dransfield & Andrew Henderson Stems solitary or clustered, short and subterranean, erect, or climbing. Leaves pinnate, palmate, or costapalmate, spirally or rarely distichously arranged, sometimes spiny; sheaths usually open, sometimes closed and forming crownshafts, in climbing plants usually with knees and sometimes with flagella; petioles short or absent to elongate, smooth, spiny, in palmate leaves with a hastula at apex, rarely hastula absent; rachis short to elongate, absent in palmate leaves, sometimes extended into a whiplike climbing organ (cirrus); pinnae in pinnate leaves either regularly or irregularly arranged along rachis, spreading in 1 or several planes, variously shaped, mostly reduplicate, rarely induplicate, sometimes jagged or lobed at apices, rarely gray abaxially; segments in palmate leaves variously arranged, single or multi-fold, split to varying degrees, mostly induplicate, ...
Experts have orientated the general public about the rare fruits sexual performances among old and young people. Two experts on Monday in Lagos, advised men to eat dates fruit, saying its consumption would enhance their sexual performance and increase their libido.They told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that dates fruit, when taken appropriately by men, could also improve health conditions in many other ways. Dr Aminu Kazeem, a srxual health therapist who works at Energy for Sex Clinic in Lagos said men who had performance problems should incorporate dates in their diet. He said a date fruit is a one-seeded fruit of the date palm tree, which is botanically known as Phoenix dactylifera and belongs to the family of Palmae (Arecaceae) plant.The common English names are dried dates, dates, date palm, etc; usually oblong, with varying sizes, shapes, colours, consistencies and quality. Eating dates will promote sperm quality and quantity as it is one of the best natural fruits used for male fertility.
Date palm (,jats:italic,Phoenix dactylifera,/jats:italic, L.) is a major fruit crop of arid regions that were domesticated ∼7,000 y ago in the Near or Middle East. This species is cultivated widely in the Middle East and North Africa, and previous population genetic studies have shown genetic differentiation between these regions. We investigated the evolutionary history of ,jats:italic,P. dactylifera,/jats:italic, and its wild relatives by resequencing the genomes of date palm varieties and five of its closest relatives. Our results indicate that the North African population has mixed ancestry with components from Middle Eastern ,jats:italic,P. dactylifera,/jats:italic, and ,jats:italic,Phoenix theophrasti,/jats:italic,, a wild relative endemic to the Eastern Mediterranean. Introgressive hybridization is supported by tests of admixture, reduced subdivision between North African date palm and ,jats:italic,P. theophrasti,/jats:italic,, sharing of haplotypes in introgressed regions, and a ...
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Consisting of green coffee extract (coffea arabica)(bean), green tea extract (leaf), broccoli sprout concentrate (sprout), onion extract (bulb), apple extract (fruit), acerola extract (fruit), camu camu concentrate (fruit), quercetin (sophora japonica L.)(flower), tomato concentrate (fruit), broccoli concentrate (floret and stems), acai concentrate (euterpe oleracea mart)(fruit), basil concentrate (leaf), cinnamon concentrate (cinnamomum cassia/burmannii blend)(bark), garlic concentrate (clove), oregano concentrate (leaf), turmeric extract (rhizome), carrot concentrate (root), elderberry concentrate (sambucus nigra)(fruit), mangosteen concentrate (fruit), blackberry concentrate (fruit), blackcurrant extract (fruit), blueberry extract (fruit), chokeberry concentrate (aronia melanocarpa)(fruit), raspberry concentrate (berry), sweet cherry concentrate (fruit), spinach concentrate (leaf), kale concentrate (leaf), bilberry extract (fruit), brussel sprout concentrate (brassica oleracea ...
Mabola plum (Parinari curatellifolia) is another tradi- tional African multi-purpose plant with medicinal uses for its Baobab (Adandonia digitata) has a long history of bark, cosmetic uses for its oil, and beverage use for its traditional use in ancient Egypt as a treatment against yellow, plum-like fruit. The fruit pulp contains vitamin C, fevers, dysentery, and bleeding wounds, and it has a long sugar, and mineral ions, making it a valuable basis for soft history of nutritional and medical use in Africa. The pulp, rich in vitamin C,is used today to make drinks, The açai berry (Euterpe oleracea Mart), native to the because it is dissolved easily in water and has a pleasing Amazon rain forests and a traditional staple of Amazo- taste. Fermented milk drinks and iced drinks using the nian diets, has drawn attention to itself recently, pulp also are popular. The Baobabs anti-oxidant and particularly in the United States. This small black berry anti-inflammatory properties make it valuable for a ...
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References. Abreu SAB. 2001. Biologia reprodutiva de Mauritia flexuosa L. f. (Arecaceae) em vereda no município de Uberlândia-MG. MSc Thesis, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, Brazil. [ Links ] Adams C, Motta RS, Ortiz RA, Reid J, Aznar CE, Sinisgalli PAA. 2008. The use of contingent valuation for evaluating protected areas in the developing world: Economic valuation of Morro do Diabo State Park, Atlantic Rainforest, São Paulo State (Brazil). Ecological Economics 66: 359-370. [ Links ] Arrow K, Solow R, Portney PR, Leamer EE, Radner R, Schuman H. 1993. Report of the NOAA panel on contingent valuation. http://www.darrp.noaa.gov/library/pdf/cvblue.pdf . 1 mar. 2015. [ Links ] Ayres M, Ayres JRM, Ayres DL, Santos AS. 2007. Bioestat 5.0: aplicações estatísticas nas áreas das ciências biológicas e médicasBelém, Sociedade Civil Mamirauá. [ Links ] Baldauf C, Santos FAM. 2013. Ethnobotany, traditional knowledge, and diachronic changes in non-timber forest products management: a case ...
Palm Trees comes with 78 cards that represent fronds and coconuts. All of the cards have rules telling you the crazy ways you have to hold them: between thumb and pinky only, palm and index finger only, cant touch other cards, and more. Pick challenging cards for your opponents, and hope they drop their cards! The best tree wins! To add to the fun, Palm Trees includes trunk tattoo sleeves to wear on your tree-arm! Palm Trees can also be played in teams of two. One player is growing palm trees in both their hands, while their partner places the cards into those trees. Be the first team to place six cards in each tree to win!
Since palm oil contains more saturated fats than oils made from canola, corn, linseed, soybeans, safflower, and sunflowers, it can withstand extreme deep-frying heat and resists oxidation.[5] It contains no trans fat, and its use in food has increased as food-labelling laws have changed to specify trans fat content. Oil from Elaeis guineensis is also used as biofuel. Human use of oil palms may date back to about 5,000 years in coastal west Africa. Palm oil was also discovered in the late 19th century by archaeologists in a tomb at Abydos dating back to 3000 BCE.[6] It is thought that Arab traders brought the oil palm to Egypt.[7]. Elaeis guineensis is now extensively cultivated in tropical countries outside Africa, particularly Malaysia and Indonesia which together produce most of the world supply. ...
Palm-wine is an alcoholic beverage obtained from the fermentation of the sugary sap of various palm species in Nigeria. It is usually obtained from Raphia vinifera, Raphia hookeri, and Elaeis guineensis by methods described by Bassir (1965), Faparusi (1966) and Okafor (1972). Raphia palms usually yield more sap than oil palms although raphia palms can only be tapped once in its life time because its terminal inflorescence is destroyed during tapping (Okafor, 1977).. The presence of various microorganisms especially the bacteria and yeasts responsible for the fermentation of palm-wine has been reported by Bassir (1962), Faparusi (1966) and Okafor (1977). During fermentation, the sugars in the palm-sap are metabolized to alcohol and organic acids with the result that the sap loses its sweetness (Okafor, 1975). The types of bacteria present appear to depend on the stage of fermentation and the composition of the sap (Bassir, 1962; Okafor, 1977). Although alcohol production is common among yeasts, ...
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Experimental strategy of the normalized process. The main objective of this study was to construct a normalized library with approximately equal representation of all the mRNA sequences in order to increase the chances of identifying rare genes in embryoid tissues. The normalized cDNA library denoted EON was constructed based on the reassociation kinetics reaction. Effectiveness of the normalization process was confirmed through direct sequencing and dot blot analysis. Direct sequencing of 1,007 randomly picked ESTs demonstrated changes in the redundancy level of certain genes in EON library compared to the standard EO library. Frequency of genes, such as ribosomal protein, metallothionein-like protein, lipid transfer protein homolog and cys-peroxiredoxin, which were reported to be highly abundant in the standard EO library were reduced in the EON library. The frequency of low abundance genes like pectinesterase, early nodulin, PBS lyase HEAT-like repeat-containing protein and crumpled leaf were ...
Experimental strategy of the normalized process. The main objective of this study was to construct a normalized library with approximately equal representation of all the mRNA sequences in order to increase the chances of identifying rare genes in embryoid tissues. The normalized cDNA library denoted EON was constructed based on the reassociation kinetics reaction. Effectiveness of the normalization process was confirmed through direct sequencing and dot blot analysis. Direct sequencing of 1,007 randomly picked ESTs demonstrated changes in the redundancy level of certain genes in EON library compared to the standard EO library. Frequency of genes, such as ribosomal protein, metallothionein-like protein, lipid transfer protein homolog and cys-peroxiredoxin, which were reported to be highly abundant in the standard EO library were reduced in the EON library. The frequency of low abundance genes like pectinesterase, early nodulin, PBS lyase HEAT-like repeat-containing protein and crumpled leaf were ...
In Africa, the sap used to create palm wine is most often taken from wild datepalms such as the silver date palm (Phoenix sylvestris), the palmyra, and the jaggery palm (Caryota urens), or from oil palm such as the African Oil Palm (Elaeis guineense) or from Raffia palms, kithul palms, or nipa palms. In part of central and western Democratic Republic of the Congo, palm wine is called malafu. Palm wine tapping is mentioned in the novel Things Fall Apart by the Nigerian writer Chinua Achebe and is central to the plot of the novel The Palm Wine Drinkard by Nigerian author Amos Tutuola. Palm wine plays an important role in many ceremonies in parts of Nigeria such as among the Igbo (or Ibo) peoples, and elsewhere in central and western Africa. Guests at weddings, birth celebrations, and funeral wakes are served generous quantities. Palm wine is often infused with medicinal herbs to remedy a wide variety of physical complaints. As a token of respect to deceased ancestors, many drinking sessions begin ...
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Acai berries come from açaí palm trees which belong to the genus Euterpe, and is from the species Euterpe oleracea. Acai palms generally grow to a height of about eighty feet and have branches about 8 feet long that are full of pinnate leaves. As the acai berry has gained in popularity so has the cultivation of fruits of the tree. Acai berries are small purplish berries that look very similar to grapes. These berries are grown on stems that generally contain about 800 berries each. The trees produce two crops each year. The berries have a seed in the middle of the fruit surrounded by a pulpy flesh.. For many natives of brazil the acai berry makes up a large portion of their diet. It is an integral component of smoothies, juices, and sodas in the region. Additionally açaí can be served in cuias which are a type of gourd. When they make the drink it can be made as sweet as ones taste prefer. Others in brazil like to eat ice cream that has the flavor of the acai.. The acai berry is also the ...
Fractional Distillation of Bio-Oil Produced by Pyrolysis of Açaí (Euterpe oleracea) Seeds. By Douglas Alberto Rocha de Castro, Haroldo Jorge da Silva Ribeiro, Caio Campos Ferreira, Márcio de Andrade Cordeiro, Lauro Henrique Hamoy Guerreiro, Anderson M. Pereira, W. G. dos Santos, Marcelo Costa Santos, Fernanda B. de Carvalho, Jose Otavio Carrera Silva Junior, R. Lopes e Oliveira, Sergio Duvoisin, Luiz Eduardo Pizarro Borges and Nélio Teixeira Machado. In this work, the seeds of açaí (Euterpe oleracea, Mart), a rich lignin-cellulose residue, has been submitted to pyrolysis to produce a bio-oil-like fossil fuels. The pyrolysis carried out in a reactor of 143 L, 450°C, and 1.0 atm. The morphology of Açaí seeds in nature and after pyrolysis is characterized by SEM, EDX, and XRD. The experiments show that bio-oil, gas, and coke yields were 4.38, 30.56, and 35.67% (wt.), respectively. The bio-oil characterized by AOCS, ASTM, and ABNT/NBR methods for density, kinematic viscosity, and acid ...
Other articles where Orbignya is discussed: Amazon River: Plant life: …of palms-of the genera Mauritia, Orbignya, and Euterpe. Myrtles, laurels, bignonias, figs, Spanish cedars, mahogany, and rosewoods are also common. They support a myriad of epiphytes (plants living on other plants)-such as orchids, bromeliads, and cacti-as well as
260,000. We will develop a microelectronics platform system to better understand the phenotypic expression of stress on palm trees and its relation to plant injury and red palm weevil (RPW) infestation. This is an interdisciplinary project integrating fabrication of sensors and wireless front- and back-end circuits to monitor and protect palm trees from RPW.. ...
Melastoma is a genus of the Family Melastomataceae and Order Myrtales. There are about 50 species of Melastoma. The most common is Melastoma malabahricum. In the old days, village children used to chew the fruits and then cheerfully showed their purple to pink tongues. Those were the days when children lives were blended intimately with nature. It is in stark contrast with todays children, whose lives revolve around the computers and are oblivious to the surroundings ...
ABSTRACT: Some large-seeded plants depend heavily on agoutis for seedling recruitment. The importance of Dasyprocta leporina as seed disperser of the Atlantic Forest palm Astrocaryum aculeatissimum was evaluated using camera-traps and seed removal experiments. Agoutis were registered at 67% of the records obtained through the monitoring of mature fruits; palms were visited from 07:00 to 18:45 h. Dispersal distances ranged from 0.5 to 48.7 m (mean ± sd = 6.8 ± 9.1 m) and most of the removed seeds were buried (57.8%). These results corroborate the importance of agoutis for the seed dispersal of Astrocaryum palms.. RESUMO: A cutia Dasyprocta leporina (RODENTIA: DASYPROCTIDAE) como dispersora de sementes da palmeira Astrocaryum aculeatissimum. Algumas plantas de sementes grandes são fortemente dependentes de cutias para o recrutamento de suas plântulas. A importância de Dasyprocta leporina como dispersora de sementes da palmeira da Mata Atlântica Astrocaryum aculeatissimum foi avaliado com o ...
Chagas disease, caused by Trypanosoma cruzi affects about 6-8 million people worldwide. Although transmission by triatomine insects has been controlled, other means of transmission maintain the infection. These forms of transmission are responsible for introducing Chagas disease in other non-endemic countries of the world. Thus, Chagas disease, nowadays is a worldwide health problem. In Brazil, acai pulp and sugarcane juice have been associated with Chagas disease outbreaks. The difficulties in isolation of the parasite from foods are hampering source tracking which could allow the confirmation of an implicated food commodity in these outbreak investigations. To address this scientific gap, we evaluated the performance of real-time PCR (qPCR) for detecting T. cruzi in acai pulp and sugarcane juice. All experiments were performed with acai pulp and sugarcane juice samples contaminated with different concentrations of T. cruzi. In assays with qPCR, the results showed that the ideal procedure for ...
New research from the University of Minnesotas Institute on the Environment and Stanford University shows that freshwater stream ecosystems are highly vulnerable to oil palm plantation expansion.. The three-year study compared streams draining watersheds dominated by four land uses - intact forest, manually logged forest, community agroforest and oil palm plantation - in West Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo, which is ground zero for palm oil production.. Kimberly Carlson, an IonE postdoctoral scholar and lead author on the study, says the research yielded some unexpected findings. First, oil palm plantation land use seems to have a greater effect on streams than community agroforest or low-impact logging. Researchers were also surprised to discover that a stream in a mature, closed-canopy oil palm plantation was almost as hot as, and yielded even more sediment than, a stream draining a watershed recently cleared for oil palm.. The study, published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: ...
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I am appalled to see that once more (Hodel message to Ron Vanderhoff in Palmtalk 03/12/10) is repeated this erroneous idea that keeping palms in healthy conditions could avoid or reduce RPW infestation. RPW is perfectly capable to infest well cared Phoenix canariensis. The infestation of Phoenix canariensis by this pest (as in part for other palm species) is not at all based on the prior existence of wounds.. Any palms owner of public or private gardens in infested municipalities of southern Europe knows perfectly that the good state of their palms had not permitted at all to avoid their infestation. Examples that demonstrate that RPW can perfectly infest well cared Phoenix canariensis can unfortunately be counted now by hundreds of thousands in Southern Europe. More than three years ago, we have established the main modality of infestation of adult Phoenix canariensis that clearly demonstrates how palms, well cared or not, are infested (4 published papers). I am desperate to see than, after ...
The study was conducted during 2015/2016 in two districts of Afar Regional State which were purposively selected based on their experiences on date palm production and locations relative to Awash River. Objectives of the study were evaluating the existing production practices and constraints of date palm production to generate baseline information for further researches and extension. A total of 117 household heads were interviewed using structured and semistructured questionnaires. Key informant interviews, focus group discussions, and direct observations of date palm plantations have been also conducted. The study was designed to address date palm production along the value chain. The majority of household heads were male, married, and illiterate. About 94.19% of household heads allocated less than one hectare of land for date palm production and had 21–40 years (77.8%) of experience. Seeds (90.6%) were dominantly used for propagation, which are not appropriate for date palm
High concern after the discovery of palm infested by the red palm weevil in California. Michel Ferry. INRA. Email: [email protected] In august of this year, trimmers found in Laguna Beach that a drying Phoenix canariensis that they planned to remove was infested by a weevil. Early in October, it was officially confirmed that this weevil was Rhynchophorus ferrugineus. In the same area, another infested Phoenix canariensis has been detected in november. These two palms were already established for a long time. Consequently, they have been infested by flying weevils coming from other infested ones. Furthermore, they have been detected at a very forward stage of infestation and, so have had enough time to become intense dispersal focus of the pest. The pest is certainly present in this area for at least one year. All the palms around the virulent spot of Laguna Beach have to be considered as infested.. This situation is very worrying because the red palm weevil is killer of many palm species. ...
The work examined the effect of mixed cultural fermentation on the nutritional quality of date palm fruits (Phoenix dactylifera). This was done by isolating microorganism from samples subjected to natural fermentation. The isolated organisms were thereafter used as starter culture in a five day controlled fermentation. Lactobacillus delbrueckii and Bacillus pumilus were identified as the predominant microorganisms and were used as starter culture. pH, titratable acidity, proximate, amino acid and mineral composition of the fermented samples were determined. The sample fermented with mixed culture gave best nutritional value of 15.3% protein as compared to the 9.62% and 11.61% yield in B. pumilus and L. delbrueckii, respectively, on the fifth day of fermentation. Arginine was found to be on the high side among the amino acids discovered and the mineral composition of the products gave an appreciable amount of sodium, potassium and calcium.   Key words: Fermentation, Nutritional quality
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Background: Herbal remedies of Adenia cissampe/oides, Terminalia ivorensis, and Elaeis guineensis among others have been used in Ghana for the treatment of various ailments including malaria. However, most of these remedies have not been scientifically investigated. Objective: This study, therefore, seeks to investigate the anti-plasmodial activity of these plants. Materials and Methods: The ethanolic extracts of A. cissampeloides stem, T. ivorensis stem bark, and E. guineensis leaves were tested for in vitro anti-plasmodial activitv against chloroquine-resistant strains of Plasmodium falciparum. Thin blood films were used to assess the level of parasitemia and growth inhibition of the extracts. Results: The IC50 of A. cissampeloides, T. ivorensis, and E. guineensis were 8.521, 6.949, and 1.195 Ilg/ml, respectively, compared to artesunate with IC50 of 0.031 Ilg/ml. Conclusion: The result of this study appears to confirm the folkloric anti-malarial use these plants ...
Seed specimens. A variety of seed specimens, including castor bean (Ricinus communis) and date palm (Phoenix dactylifera), held at the Natural History Museum, London, UK. - Stock Image C016/5846
TY - JOUR. T1 - Isolation of a cDNA clone encoding an acyl-acyl carrier protein thioesterase from the mesocarp of oil palm (Elaeis guineensis). AU - Abrizah, O. AU - Lazarus, CM. AU - Stobart, AK. PY - 1999. Y1 - 1999. M3 - Article (Academic Journal). VL - Special Edition. SP - 81. EP - 86. JO - Journal of Oil Palm Research. JF - Journal of Oil Palm Research. SN - 1511-2780. ER - ...
South American Palm Weevil invades Pacific Beach trees - It appears a palm weevil infestation that has been moving up from the U.S.-Mexico border has finally found its way to Pacific Beach. Evidence of that is a dead palm at 1830 Reed Ave. that ha...
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Scardovia Wiggsiae and the Other Microorganisms in Severe Early Childhood Caries. Preparation of Fibre Fortified Basundi Using Date Fruit (Phoenix dactylifera). Bacteriological Quality of Milk in Raw Bovine Bulk Milk in the Selected Milk Collection Centers: Smallholder Dairy Processing Ethiopia. Immunodeficiency and Microbial Infections. Pharmacy Compounding Quality Control and Pharmaceutical Development Strategies for Seventeen alpha Hydroxyprogesterone Caproate in Prevention of Preterm Delivery. Reduction of Bitterness and Enhancing Palatability of Cetirizine Oral Liquid Dosage Forms by Cyclodextrins. Articles related to microorganisms are open access to read here.
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The Sylvester Date Palm is a hardy, easy-to-care-for palm which can withstand cold freezes and times of drought; it is also fit for zones 7 to 11. This plant originally hails from India and graces many luxury resorts and golf courses. It has large, green and silver fronds that, when properly pruned, produce diamond-shaped knobs. These spectacular trees grow from 50 to 60 feet with a radius of 10 to 15 feet. They prefer moderate to high sun exposure, and when small enough may be potted and taken indoors during cooler temperatures. This tree is slow-growing in addition to being saltwater tolerant, and like other palms does well with a yearly fertilization program. In fact, most nutritional deficiencies in mature palm trees can be prevented by following a yearly fertilization program; fertilize only during the April-to-September growing season with a complete granular fertilizer. Palms that are newly planted should not be fertilized until after they have put out a new spear.. ...
Ficus deltoidea is one of the well-known medicinal plants in Malaysia that is traditionally used by the Malay community to treat various ailments and for maintenance of female reproductive health. The objective of this study is to evaluate the potential protective roles of Ficus deltoidea against BPA-induced toxicity of the pituitary-ovarian axis in pre-pubertal female rats. In this study, four groups of pre-pubertal female Sprague Dawley rats were administered with the followings by oral gavage for a period of six weeks: NC (negative control- treated with vehicle), PC (positive control-treated with BPA at 10 mg/kg/BW), F (treated with Ficus deltoidea at 100 mg/kg/BW, then exposed to BPA at 10 mg/kg/BW) and FC (Ficus deltoidea control - treated with Ficus deltoidea at 100 mg/kg/BW). Daily vaginal smear, ovarian follicular development as well as gonadotropin and sexual-steroid hormone levels were determined. The findings showed that Ficus deltoidea demonstrated preventive role against BPA-induced
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NUTRILITE Natural Multi Carotene is a food supplement with a carotenoid mixture from naturally derived sources.. These capsules contain a special carotenoid complex, from three naturally derived sources: Dunaliella salina algae, palm oil (Elaeis guineensis) and marigold (Tagetes erecta).. This complex contains beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, and lutein, a complex of carotenoids similar to what is found in a mixture of various fruits and vegetables.. ...
Genetic determinism of the fatty acid composition of palm oil in Elaeis (E. guineensis Jacq. and E. oleifera (H.B.K) Cortès) by genetic mapping and differential expression analysis of candidate genes : [W550]. Montoya Carmenza, Cuellar Térésa, Lopes Ricardo, Summo Marilyne, Bittencourt Daniela, Pinaglia Céline, Rivallan Ronan, Espeout Sandra, Pitollat Bertrand, Flori Albert, Villeneuve Pierre, Pina Michel, Cochard Benoît, Cros David, Herrero Javier, Omoré Alphonse, Zambrano Jorge, Syaputra Indra, Alarcón Wilmar Hernán, Nouy Bruno, Amblard Philippe, Leroy Thierry, Ritter Enrique, Billotte Norbert. 2014. In : Plant and Animal Genomes Conference XXII Conference, San diego, United States, San Diego, United States, January 11-15, ...
Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) are the most proficient and versatile users of tools in the wild. How such skills become integrated into the behavioural repertoire of wild chimpanzee communities is investigated here by drawing together evidence from three complementary approaches in a group of oil-palm nut- ( Elaeis guineensis) cracking chimpanzees at Bossou, Guinea. First, extensive surveys of communities adjacent to Bossou have shown that population-specific details of tool use, such as the selection of species of nuts as targets for cracking, cannot be explained purely on the basis of ecological differences. Second, a 16-year longitudinal record tracing the development of nut-cracking in individual chimpanzees has highlighted the importance of a critical period for learning (3-5 years of age), while the similar learning contexts experienced by siblings have been found to result in near-perfect (13 out of 14 dyads) inter-sibling correspondence in laterality. Third, novel data from field experiments
Recent analysis of palm wine, a traditional drink fermented mainly by yeasts, revealed the presence of several chemicals that were not products of yeast fermentation. The chemicals included styrene, benzene, trimethyldioxolane, dichloromethane, methylene fluoride, dichloroethanol, benzylisoquinoline and tetraacetyl-d-xylonic nitrile. A review of the concentrations of these compounds in palm wine found that the benzene concentrations in all samples reviewed ranged from 56-343 ppm and were within permissible limits, whereas the styrene values (1505-5614 ppm) in all the palm wine samples evaluated were well over the recommended concentration that is immediately dangerous to life or health. Other chemical compounds evaluated varied according to location or sample source. The concentrations obtained are estimates only and a quantitative study needs to be carried out before the impact of these chemicals on health is evaluated. A search on The PubChem Project, the open chemical database, showed the description
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Oil palm calyx is a solid waste in the oil palm industry which is yet to find economic usage. This study aimed to determine the feasibility of recovering phospholipids from the oil palm calyx. Preliminary functional property of calyx phospholipids was determined using emulsion stability. Results indicated that oil palm calyx had 14% total lipids when extracted with methanol and 62.3% of lipids were acetone insoluble lipids (phospholipids). Methanol extracted phospholipids showed that the highest concentration of total phospholipids (1971 mg/L) with phosphatidylcholine (PC) have been the predominant phospholipid. The calyx phospholipids stabilized oil in water emulsion at 2% concentration. The study serves as a foundation on the positive usage of oil palm calyx in producing industrial phospholipids. Key words: Oil palm, lecithin, phospholipids, waste, palm calyx oil.
These values were 15 to 30 percent less than the concentrations of digestible and metabolizable energy in soybean meal. Stein said that the reduced energy concentration in copra and palm kernel products, like the reduced protein concentration, is due to the high fiber concentration in these ingredients.. We have high concentrations of NDF, in particular, in the palm kernel products, Stein said. That limits the inclusion rate in diets for pigs. And that is the biggest drawback to these ingredients.. Stein added that establishing inclusion rates in diets for weanling pigs and for growing-finishing pigs and sows is a possible direction for future research.. The study, Amino acid digestibility and concentration of digestible and metabolizable energy in copra meal, palm kernel expellers, and palm kernel meal fed to growing pigs, was published in the Journal of Animal Science and was co-authored by Won Seok Ju, a former visiting scholar in the Stein Monogastric Nutrition Laboratory at U of I, ...
Palm oil extraction line: 1. Raw materials receiving of palm oil extraction machine : Fresh palm fruit bunch will be loaded on a slope. Under the slope, there are some cages to receive the palm fruits. 2.Sterilizing of palm oil extraction machine :...
Instructions for use: Apply with your fingers the skins warmth allows for perfect blending Wear it under powder blushes to create more luminosity and intensity 14g/ 0.5oz. Ingredients: Polymethyl Methacrylate, Triethylhexanoin, Dimethicone, Cetyl Ethylhexanoate, Hydrogenated Polydecene, Polyethylene, Sorbitan Sesquiisostearate, Microcrystalline Wax/Cera Microcristallina/Cire Microcristalline, Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax/Candelilla Cera/Cire De Candelilla, C10-30 Cholesterol/Lanosterol Esters, Sodium Magnesium Silicate, Glycerin, Tocopherol, Euterpe Oleracea Fruit Oil, Safflower Oil/Palm Oil Aminopropanediol Esters, Water/Aqua/Eau, Sodium Hyaluronate, [+/ (May Contain/Peut Contenir): Mica, Titanium Dioxide (Ci 77891), Iron Oxides (Ci 77491), Iron Oxides (Ci 77492), Iron Oxides (Ci 77499), Bismuth Oxychloride (Ci 77163), Carmine (Ci 75470)]
Whitening & Wrinkle improvement function Hydrogel eye patch filled with hydration and coconut oil barrier to prevent from drying out Coconut oil hydrogel eye patch delivers intense hydration around sagging eye area. Large size patch treats not only under eye wrinkles, but also around eyes and sagging cheek areas, referred as apple zone. Hippophae Rhamnoides Fruit Extract and Euterpe Oleracea Fruit Extract revitalize and brighten up under eye area.
Huang CH, Adeni DSA, Johnny Q, Vincent M. 2018. Production of bioethanol from sago hampas via Simultaneous Saccharification and Fermentation (SSF). Nusantara Bioscience 10: 240-245. Sago hampas is an inexpensive, renewable and abundant agro-industrial residue that can be exploited to produce bioethanol. In this study, ethanol production was performed via simultaneous saccharification and fermentation (SSF) on fresh sago hampas at 2.5%, 5.0% and 7.5% (w/v) feedstock loadings with the aid of amylolytic enzymes, cellulolytic enzymes and Saccharomyces cerevisiae, under anaerobic condition for five days with a constant agitation of 150 rpm and ambient temperature. Results obtained indicated that SSF with 5.0% (w/v) sago hampas loading produced the highest ethanol yield at 17.79 g/L (79.65% Theoretical Ethanol Yield, TEY), while SSF using 2.5% and 7.5% (w/v) sago hampas produced ethanol at only 8.38 g/L (75.00% TEY) and 23.28 g/L (69.48% TEY), respectively. Total biomass reduction was recorded between ...
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A frond is a large, divided leaf.[1] In both common usage and botanical nomenclature, the leaves of ferns are referred to as fronds[2] and some botanists restrict the term to this group.[3] Other botanists allow the term frond to also apply to the large leaves of cycads, as well as palms (Arecaceae) and various other flowering plants, such as mimosa or sumac.[4][5] Frond is commonly used to identify a large, compound leaf, but if the term is used botanically to refer to the leaves of ferns and algae it may be applied to smaller and undivided leaves. Fronds have particular terms describing their components. Like all leaves, fronds usually have a stalk connecting them to the main stem. In botany, this leaf stalk is generally called a petiole, but in regard to fronds specifically it is called a stipe, and it supports a flattened blade (which may be called a lamina), and the continuation of the stipe into this portion is called the rachis. The blades may be simple (undivided), pinnatifid (deeply ...
Peach palm (Bactris gasipaes Kunth) is the a Neotropical palm domesticated by Native Americans. Its domestication resulted in a set of landraces (var. gasipaes), some with very starchy fruit used for fermentation, others with an equilibrium of starch and oil used as snacks. Which of the three wild types (var. chichagui) was involved and where the domestication process began are unclear, with three hypotheses under discussion: an origin in southwestern Amazonia; or in northwestern South America; or multiple origins. We reevaluate one of the wild types, defining it as the incipient domesticate, and then evaluate these hypotheses using the Brazilian peach palm Core Collection and selected herbaria samples to: 1) model the potential distributions of wild and domesticated populations; 2) identify the probable origin of domestication with a phylogeographic analysis of chloroplast DNA sequences; and 3) determine the dispersal routes after domestication using spatial analysis of genetic diversity based on 17
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Weevils on sago palms cause extensive damage and many gardeners are asking how to control palm weevils. Click the article that follows for more information about palm weevil damage and sago palm weevil control.
Kuboraums Ceremony Capsule Collection is an ensemble of eight sunmaskes, as they call them, featuring hand painted white blossoms, vividly coloured hibiscus flowers, palm fronds and softer pastel coloured rose petals on the highest quality Mazzucchelli acetate.. Each maske is meticulously hand drawn by their creator, designer Livio Graziottin, and numbered in a highly limited edition, signed by hand. Graziottin thinks of the pieces as Wearable Drawings for a decadent Ceremonial grandeur.. Kuboraum is no logo.. The name Kuboraum, german for cubic rooms, summarizes the brands conception of eyewear as providing a personal room or space for the wearer to express themselves truly, a new dimension where they can feel at ease, comfortable with themselves and the world around them.. Kuboraum are masks designed on the face of those who wear them, masks that highlight personality and emphasize character. The mask is synonymous with mockery, with game. Kuboraum eyewear is not an inanimate and ...
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Bottle Palm Seeds (Hyophorbe lagenicaulis) Price for Package of 3 seeds. Hyophorbe lagenicaulis, the bottle palm or palmiste gargoulette, is a species of flowering plant in the Arecaceae family. It is native to Round Island, Mauritius.
The development and the utilization of starch as a packaging material which is eco-friendly, renewable and biodegradable have increased in recent years. In this study, cassava starch was modified into composites by adding glycerol as plasticizer and oil palm empty fruit bunches (OPEFB) microcrystalline cellulose (MCC) as fillers. The MCC was prepared via the pulping process of OPEFB and acid hydrolysis. The composites were cast into films by varying glycerol and MCC compositions. The effect of glycerol and OPEFBMCC loading on tensile properties and water absorption of composite was investigated. The results showed that MCC content at 10% created denser composite surface and enhanced the interfacial adhesion which led the tensile strength to increase but the elongation at break decreased. The filler loading also reduced the diffusion of water molecules and water absorption. However, the addition of glycerol in cassava starch composite to any MCC composition lowered the tensile strength but ...
Coconut (C. Nucifera) is a member of the Arecaceae (Palmae) family and the subfamily Cocoideae.. Nowadays, it seems that all that surrounds us is made of coconuts! There is coconut milk, cream, coconut flour, coconut butter, coconut oil, coconut water, and coconut soy sauce.. The coconut flesh is extremely rich in healthy fatty acids. The composition of fat can be different as a result of the various types and processing methods of the oil.. Yet, about 90% of the coconut oil is made of medium-chain saturated fatty acids, and the rest is a combination of monounsaturated fatty acids and poly-unsaturated fatty acids.. Medium-chain saturated fatty acids (MCFAs) are easily digested, absorbed, and used by the body, and they support neurological health and as an energy source, as they easily cross the blood-brain barrier in its unbound form.. The virgin (unrefined) coconut oil is pure, natural, delicious, affordable, and readily available, and has numerous beneficial qualities, like:. ...
Coconut, also known as C. nucifera scientifically, comes from the Arecaceae (Palmae) family. The sub family is cocoideae.. The coconut flesh contains healthy fatty acids. 90% of the fats are medium chain fatty acids. It has very little of poly and mono unsaturated fatty acids.. Why are medium chain fatty acids so good?. It improves neurological health. This is because it can clear the blood brain barrier and that too in its free form. Apart from this, they are easily digested, and utilized by the body.. Unrefined coconut oil is easily available and does not cost much.. The other benefits are:. - An antioxidant. - Anti-inflammatory. - Nontoxic to humans and animals. - Anti-carcinogenic. - Anti-microbial/ Infection fighting. - Improves nutrient absorption. The uses of coconut oil for personal care:. - Age Spots : they fade away upon application of coconut oil. - After Shave: it does not clog pores after shaving and helps with razor burns. - Baldness : apply coconut oil along with rosemary, castor ...
Cocos nucifera L. (coconut) belongs to the Arecaceae family and is the only accepted species in the Cocos genus. Coconut is one of the worlds most versatile economically important tropical crops and is well known for its commercial and industrial applications in tropical and subtropical areas, such as in food and beverages and as a source of wood and handicrafts [1]. The pulp (endosperm) of the coconut is initially suspended in the water phase of the coconut [2], which is a liquid endosperm. As development continues, the liquid endosperm is gradually deposited to the coconut inner wall, becoming the edible coconut pulp (solid endosperm). In mature coconut, the pulp (28% weight) is surrounded by a hard protective shell (12% weight), which is covered by a thick husk (35% weight) [3].. Oil extracted from coconut pulp is widely applied in cooking, soaps and cosmetics. Coconut is one of the few plants that store medium chain-length fatty acids (MCFAs) as the major portion of their energy reserves in ...
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Main articles: List of Arecaceae genera by taxonomic groups and List of Arecaceae genera by alphabetical order ... "Arecaceae - Wiktionary". en.wiktionary.org. Retrieved 2019-09-04.. *^ "areca - Wiktionary". en.wiktionary.org. Retrieved 2019- ... The word Arecaceae is derived from the word areca with the suffix "-aceae".[6] Areca is derived from Portuguese, via Malayalam ... Hahn, W.J. (2002). A Molecular Phylogenetic Study of the Palmae (Arecaceae) Based on atpB, rbcL, and 18S nrDNA Sequences ( ...
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Arecaceae. In: Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica, B.E. Hammel, M.H. Grayum, C. Herrera & N. Zamora (eds.). Monogr. Syst. Bot. ...
Arecaceae. In: Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica, B.E. Hammel, M.H. Grayum, C. Herrera & N. Zamora (eds.). Monographs in ... Calyptrogyne is a genus in the palm family (Arecaceae). The distribution of this genus is Central America, Colombia, and ...
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Arecaceae indet. Charophyta indet. List of dinosaur-bearing rock formations List of stratigraphic units with few dinosaur ...
The Coryphoideae is one of five subfamilies in the palm family, Arecaceae. It contains all of the genera with palmate leaves, ... "Arecaceae Bercht. & J. Presl, nom. cons. subfam. Coryphoideae". Germplasm Resources Information Network. United States ... Henderson, Andrew J.; Bacon, Christine D. (2011-10-01). "Lanonia (Arecaceae: Palmae), a New Genus from Asia, with a Revision of ... Bernal, Rodrigo; Galeano, Gloria (2013-11-08). "Sabinaria , a new genus of palms (Cryosophileae, Coryphoideae, Arecaceae) from ...
Arecaceae indet. Astrapotheriidae indet. Iniidae indet. Litopterna indet. Orophodontidae indet. Platanistoidea indet. Squalidae ...
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"Arecaceae Bercht. & J. Presl, nom. cons. subfam. Coryphoideae tribe Corypheae". Germplasm Resources Information Network. United ...
Arecaceae Bercht. & J.Presl, nom. cons. (=Palmae Juss., nom. cons.) Commelinales Mirb. ex Bercht. & J.Presl Hanguanaceae Airy ...
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The following lists the range of preference observed in this study: 22.7% Jessenis polycarpa (Arecaceae), 7.9% Ocotea no. 1 ( ... Convolvulaceae); Jessenia bataua (Arecaceae); Psychotrian axillaris (Rubiaceae); Guatteria elata (Annonaceae); Virola sp. ( ... Arecaceae); 6.53% Heterostemon conjugatus (Caesalbiniaceae); 5.10% Coussarea sp. (Rubiaceae); 5.02% Ficus sp. (Moraceae); 4.53 ... Arecaceae (8.68%); Caesalpiniaceae (7.85%) Rubiaceae (5.10%); Chrysobalanaceae (4.41%); Annonaceae (4.19%); Cecropiaceae (4.03 ...
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... is a species of palm tree in the family Arecaceae. It is a small tree, up to 5 m (16 ft) tall, swollen at base ... Liao, Jih-Ching (2000). "Palmae (Arecaceae)". In Huang, Tseng-chieng (ed.). Flora of Taiwan. 5 (2nd ed.). Taipei, Taiwan: ...
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Zona, Scott (December 1996). "Roystonea (Arecaceae: Arecoideae)". Flora Neotropica. 71: 1-35. no Henderson, Andrew; Gloria ... Arecaceae): evidence from plastid DNA phylogeny". Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 151 (1): 15-38. doi:10.1111/j.1095- ... Arecaceae) and Their Relationships to Biogeography and Conservation". The Botanical Review. 74 (1): 78-102. doi:10.1007/s12229- ... Arecaceae)". Oryx. 41 (3): 300-05. doi:10.1017/S0030605307000404. "Roystonea oleracea". Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: World ...
Roncal, Julissa; Scott Zona; Carl E. Lewis (2008). "Molecular Phylogenetic Studies of Caribbean Palms (Arecaceae) and Their ... Tropicos, distribution, Roystonea dunlapiana Zona, Scott (December 1996). "Roystonea (Arecaceae: Arecoideae)". Flora Neotropica ... Arecaceae): evidence from plastid DNA phylogeny". Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 151 (1): 15-38. doi:10.1111/j.1095- ...
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Zona, Scott (December 1996). "Roystonea (Arecaceae: Arecoideae)". Flora Neotropica. 71: 1-35. Cook, O.F. (1900). "The Method of ... Arecaceae)". Oryx. 41 (3): 300-05. doi:10.1017/S0030605307000404. "Roystonea princeps". Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: World ...
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Arecaceae Schutz-sch.) a new species for the flora of Vietnam [Abstract in English]". Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology ... Plectocomia pierreana is a species of liana in the Arecaceae, or palm tree, family. It is a spiny climber, with either a single ... Pei Shengji (裴盛基); Chen Sanyang (陈三阳); Guo Lixiu (郭丽秀); Henderson, Andrew (1991). "Arecaceae (Palmae), 棕榈科 zong lü ke" (PDF). ...
Proctor, G.R. (2005). "Arecaceae (Palmae)" (PDF). In Acevedo-Rodríguez, Pedro; Strong, Mark T (eds.). Monocots and Gymnosperms ... Arecaceae) and Their Relationships to Biogeography and Conservation". The Botanical Review. 74 (1): 78-102. doi:10.1007/s12229- ...
Proctor, G.R. (2005). "Arecaceae (Palmae)" (PDF). In Acevedo-Rodríguez, Pedro; Strong, Mark T (eds.). Monocots and Gymnosperms ... Roncal, Julissa; Scott Zona; Carl E. Lewis (2008). "Molecular Phylogenetic Studies of Caribbean Palms (Arecaceae) and Their ... Zona, Scott (December 1996). "Roystonea (Arecaceae: Arecoideae)". Flora Neotropica. 71: 1-35. ... Arecaceae): evidence from plastid DNA phylogeny". Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 151 (1): 15-38. doi:10.1111/j.1095- ...
latest Arecaceae or Palmae classification]. *Hahn, W.J. 2002. A Molecular Phylogenetic Study of the Palmae (Arecaceae) Based on ... Main articles: List of Arecaceae genera by taxonomic groups and List of Arecaceae genera by alphabetical order ... "Arecaceae - Wiktionary". en.wiktionary.org. Retrieved 2019-09-04.. *^ "areca - Wiktionary". en.wiktionary.org. Retrieved 2019- ... The word Arecaceae is derived from the word areca with the suffix "-aceae."[6] Areca is derived from Portuguese, via Malayalam ...
Arecaceae in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on ... For more multimedia, look at Arecaceae on Wikimedia Commons. (en) - (Please translate this into azərbaycanca.) ... A New Phylogenetic Classification of the Palm Family, Arecaceae. Kew Bulletin 60 (4): 559-569. JSTOR Stable PDF. Reference page ... Familia: Arecaceae Subfamiliae: Arecoideae - Calamoideae - Ceroxyloideae - Coryphoideae - Nypoideae. Genera (184): ...
A New Phylogenetic Classification of the Palm Family, Arecaceae. Kew Bulletin 60 (4): 559-569. JSTOR Stable PDF. Reference page ... Arecaceae in The Orders and Families of Monocotyledons. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2013 Sept. 14. ... Familia: Arecaceae Subfamiliae: Arecoideae - Calamoideae - Ceroxyloideae - Coryphoideae - Nypoideae. Genera (184): ... A new subfamily classification of the palm family (Arecaceae): evidence from plastid DNA phylogeny. Botanical Journal of the ...
This book provides a survey of the structure and vegetative anatomy of members of the palm family (Arecaceae or Palmae) and ... The Anatomy of Palms: Arecaceae - Palmae. P. Barry Tomlinson, James W. Horn, and Jack B. Fisher. Abstract. Palms are an ... This book provides a survey of the structure and vegetative anatomy of members of the palm family (Arecaceae or Palmae) and ... This book provides a survey of the structure and vegetative anatomy of members of the palm family (Arecaceae or Palmae) and ...
Retrieve key for ARECACEAE Return to the Jepson Interchange main page Return to treatment index page Glossary University & ... ARECACEAE PALM FAMILY. Elizabeth McClintock. Shrub, tree, evergreen, monoecious, dioecious, or flowers bisexual. Stem: trunk ...
List of Arecaceae or Palmae genera arranged alphabetically. Source: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Contents: Top 0-9 A B C D E F G ...
Arecaceae (PALMAE) 棕榈科 zong lü ke Authors: Shengji Pei, Sanyang Chen, Lixiu Guo, John Dransfield & Andrew Henderson Stems ...
Ulloa Ulloa, C., P. Acevedo-Rodríguez, S. G. Beck, M. J. Belgrano, R. Bernal, P. E. Berry, L. Brako, M. Celis, G. Davidse, S. R. Gradstein, O. Hokche, B. León, S. León-Yánez, R. E. Magill, D. A. Neill, M. H. Nee, P. H. Raven, Stimmel, M. T. Strong, J. L. Villaseñor Ríos, J. L. Zarucchi, F. O. Zuloaga & P. M. Jørgensen. 2017. An integrated assessment of vascular plants species of the Americas. Science 358: 1614-1617, f. 1-4 ...
Arecaceae).(Report, Author abstract) by The Botanical Review; Biological sciences Botany Analysis Anatomy Physiological ... Three new genera of arecoid palm (Arecaceae) from eastern Malesia. Kew Bulletin, 69: 1-18. Henderson, A. 1990. Arecaceae. Part ... A revision of Leopoldinia (Arecaceae). Phytotaxa, 32: 1-17. Henderson, A, J., & Bacon, C. D. 2011. Lanonia (Arecaceae: Palmae ... Arecaceae of Papua. The ecology of Papua. 6: 359. Baker, W.J., & Dransfield, J. 2014. New rattans from New Guinea (Calamus, ...
Arecaceae Schultz Schultzenstein 棕榈科 Arecaceae. Corypha umbraculifera. Credit: Xiangying Wen ...
Palmeiras (Arecaceae) em Santa Catarina, Sul do Brasil. Revista Brasileira de Agroecologia 2018; 13(5): 262-263. [ Links ] ... Palms belong to one of the largest plant families (Arecaceae) and represent a vital element of forest ecosystems, in terms of ... Elias GA, Gasper AL, Lima JMT, Soares KP, Molz M, Santos R. Community structure of large native arborescent palms (Arecaceae) ... Elias GA, Gasper AL, Lima JMT, Lodetti G, Santos R. Native understory palms (Arecaceae) of the Atlantic Forest in Santa ...
Flora Brasileira: Arecaceae (Palms). Nova Odessa: Instituto Plantarium. 384 p. [ Links ] Mares, M.A., Ernest, K.A. and ... Seed dispersal and spatial distribution of . Attalea geraensis (Arecaceae) in two remnants of Cerrado in Southeastern ... Geographical ecology of the palms (Arecaceae): determinants of diversity and distributions across spatial scales. Annals of ... Densidade de sementes e remoção em Syagrus loefgrenii Glassman (Arecaceae) no Cerrado brasileiro ...
Bayton, R.P., 2007, A revision of Borassus L. (Arecaceae), Kew Bulletin 62(4), 561-585. [ Links ]. ... recent treatment including some of the South African Arecaceae was in Flora Zambesiaca (Dransfield 2010). This included B. ... Dransfield, J., 2010, Arecaceae (Palmae), Flora Zambesiaca 13(2), 35-69. [ Links ]. ...
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Palm (Arecaceae) somatic embryogenesis. *Joseph Francis Ree, Miguel Guerra. *In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant ... Arecaceae) for somaplant regeneration and cryobanking}, author={Achuthan Sudarsanan Hemanthakumar and Thankappan Suvarna ... Arecaceae) for somaplant regeneration and cryobanking. @inproceedings{Hemanthakumar2013UtilizationOZ, title={Utilization of ...
Cocos (coconut palm); Cocos nucifera (Coconut); Arecaceae (palms); Arecales; Commelinids; Monocots; Angiosperms; Spermatophytes ... Cocos (coconut palm); Cocos nucifera (Coconut); Arecaceae (palms); Arecales; Monocots; Commelinids; Angiosperms; Spermatophytes ... Sabal minor (dwarf palmetto); Sabal (palmetto); Arecaceae (palms); Arecales; Commelinids; Monocots; Angiosperms; Spermatophytes ... Sabal minor (dwarf palmetto); Sabal (palmetto); Arecaceae (palms); Arecales; Commelinids; Monocots; Angiosperms; Spermatophytes ...
2.3.1 Family : Arecaceae (Palms). *2.4 Order : Boraginales. *2.5 Family: Boraginaceae. *2.6 Order : Brassicales *2.6.1 Family ...
Arecaceae spp.. Paysandisia archon. South America. 2002. widely distributed. Rhynchophorus ferrugineus. probably India. 2004. ... Arecaceae spp.. Accidentally introduced in the last decade of the twentieth century in Europe, the Paysandisia archon ( ... Besides palm trees, the insect attacks other Arecaceae species, including those usually planted in parks, gardens, and ... The moth larvae feed on host plants belonging to the Arecaceae family. Palms attacked by this pest manifest specific signs and ...
Arecaceae (Palm Family). USDA Symbol: SAMI8. Image Information. Photographer: Cressler, Alan. County: Laurens. State: GA. ...
Arecaceae (Palm Family). Synonym(s): Brahea serrulata, Corypha repens, Serenoa serrulata. USDA Symbol: SERE2. USDA Native ... The Saw Palmetto is a member of the family Arecaceae, the palm family, which includes evergreen trees and shrubs and sometimes ... Reslit 2664 - Post-fire canopy recovery in two fire-adapted palms, Serenoa repens and Sabal etonia (Arecaceae) (2006) W. G. ...
El rol de los cánidos silvestres en la dispersión de semillas de Washingtonia robusta (Arecaceae) en oasis del desierto ... Felger, R., & Joyal, E. (1999). The palms (Arecaceae) of Sonora, Mexico. Aliso: A Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Botany ... The role of wild canids in the seed dispersal of Washingtonia robusta (Arecaceae) in Sonoran Desert oases Lucila Armenta-Méndez ... 2018). A Hollywood palm icon unmasked: clinal variation in Washingtonia (Arecaceae) of Peninsular California. Botanical Journal ...
ARECACEAE PALM FAMILY. Elizabeth McClintock. Shrub, tree, evergreen, monoecious, dioecious, or flowers bisexual. Stem: trunk ...
Euterpe (Martius, 1823), a genus from Central and South America, has species with high economic importance in Brazil, because of their palm heart and fruits, known as açaí berries. Breeding programs have been conducted to increase yield and establish cultivation systems to replace the extraction of wild material. These programs need basic information about the genome of these species to better explore the available genetic variability. The aim of this study was to compare E. edulis (Martius, 1824), E. oleracea (Martius, 1824) and E. precatoria (Martius, 1842), with regard to karyotype, type of interphase nucleus and nuclear DNA amount. Metaphase chromosomes and interphase nuclei from root tip meristematic cells were obtained by the squashing technique and solid stained for microscope analysis. The DNA amount was estimated by flow cytometry. There were previous reports on the chromosome number of E. edulis and E. oleracea, but chromosome morphology of these two species and the whole karyotype of E.
Palm (Arecaceae)[edit]. Hoyts New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations[edit]. Quotes reported in Hoyts New Cyclopedia Of ... 1.2.18 Palm (Arecaceae) *1.2.18.1 Hoyts New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations ...
Texto completo: Disponível Coleções: Bases de dados internacionais Base de dados: MEDLINE Assunto principal: Arecaceae Limite: ... Texto completo: Disponível Coleções: Bases de dados internacionais Base de dados: MEDLINE Assunto principal: Arecaceae Limite: ... Ten years from propagule to mature plant of Butia purpurascens Glassman (Arecaceae): an endemic and endangered palm of the ... Ten years from propagule to mature plant of Butia purpurascens Glassman (Arecaceae): an en ...
Arecaceae/anatomy & histology , Plant Stems/anatomy & histology , Trees , Arecaceae/cytology , Arecaceae/growth & development ... Full text: Available Index: LILACS (Americas) Main subject: Trees / Plant Stems / Arecaceae Language: English Journal: Rev. ... Stem anatomical characteristics of the climbing palm Desmoncus orthacanthos (Arecaceae) un Stem anatomical characteristics of ... the climbing palm Desmoncus orthacanthos (Arecaceae) under two natural growth conditions in a tropical forest ...
Ten years from propagule to mature plant of Butia purpurascens Glassman (Arecaceae): an endemic and endangered palm of the ... Ten years from propagule to mature plant of Butia purpurascens Glassman (Arecaceae): an en ... Brazilian Cerrado / Dez anos entre o propágulo e a planta madura de Butia purpurascens Glassman (Arecaceae): uma palmeira ...
Pollen morphology of Sabinaria magnifica (Cryosophileae, Coryphoideae, Arecaceae). Posted on May 7, 2015 by WDG ...
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  • List of Arecaceae or Palmae genera arranged alphabetically. (wikipedia.org)
  • The date palm is a member of the palm family, Arecaceae (sometimes known by the alternative name Palmae ). (newworldencyclopedia.org)
  • The Arecaceae are a botanical family of perennial flowering plants in the monocot order Arecales . (wikipedia.org)
  • Review of Vegetative Branching in the Palms (Arecaceae). (thefreelibrary.com)
  • Abstract Vegetative branching is common in the palms (Arecaceae). (thefreelibrary.com)
  • While similar vegetative branching types exist in the palms (Arecaceae Bercht. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • Endangerment of Colombian palms (Arecaceae): change over 18 years. (iucn.org)
  • Conservation status of palms (Arecaceae) in Ecuador. (iucn.org)
  • We explored the power of 14 socioeconomic factors for predicting differences in traditional knowledge about palms (Arecaceae) at the personal, household, and regional levels in 25 locations in the Amazon, Andes, and Choc of northwestern South America. (ecologyandsociety.org)
  • The genus Licuala (Arecaceae, Coryphoideae) in Thailand. (iucn.org)
  • Chambeyronia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Arecaceae . (wikipedia.org)
  • Attalea vitrivir Zona (synonym Orbignya oleifera) is one of the six species of Arecaceae known as ?babassu? (embrapa.br)
  • Here we tested 21 microsatellite loci known from three species of the family Arecaceae in three native populations of S. romanzoffiana in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, in southern Brazil. (geneticsmr.com)
  • We conclude that various microsatellite markers developed for other species of the family Arecaceae are suitable for molecular analysis of S. romanzoffiana populations. (geneticsmr.com)
  • The Arecaceae are notable among monocots for their height and for the size of their seeds, leaves, and inflorescences. (wikipedia.org)
  • A new subfamily classification of the palm family (Arecaceae): evidence from plastid DNA phylogeny. (wikimedia.org)
  • A New Phylogenetic Classification of the Palm Family, Arecaceae. (wikimedia.org)
  • The Saw Palmetto is a member of the family Arecaceae, the palm family, which includes evergreen trees and shrubs and sometimes vines. (wildflower.org)
  • Arecaceae is a family of monocotyledon flowering plants . (newworldencyclopedia.org)
  • Alice: Population genetic structure of Attalea vitrivir Zona (Arecaceae) in fragmented areas of southeast Brazil. (embrapa.br)
  • Arecaceae), na região do Pantanal de Poconé, Mato Grosso, Brasil Arthropods associated with the canopy of the palm Attalea phalerata Mart. (core.ac.uk)
  • Copernicia y Washingtonia son dos de los géneros de Trachycarpeae para los cuales no ha sido propuesta una clasificación subtribal debido a la carencia de resolución en los estudios filogenéticos. (bvsalud.org)
  • The word Arecaceae is derived from the word areca with the suffix "-aceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • Ten years from propagule to mature plant of Butia purpurascens Glassman (Arecaceae): an endemic and endangered palm of the Brazilian Cerrado. (bvsalud.org)
  • User andrzejkabe uploaded this Palm Tree - Arecaceae Asian Palmyra Palm Tree Leaf Plant Stem PNG image on June 12, 2017, 10:16 pm. (favpng.com)
  • Arecaceae)/DNA de alta qualidade isolado a partir do cortex de Euterpe edulis Mart. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • este estudio investigo la composicion quimica y el potencial antioxidante de un extracto del fruto de Euterpe edulis rico en antocianinas (LPEF) y sus efectos en la esteatosis hepatica en ratones apoE -/- knockout con dislipidemia. (isciii.es)
  • los resultados indicaron que la pulpa de E. edulis es rica en antocianinas, y que el consumo de LPEF en la dieta puede reducir la severidad de la esteatosis hepatica en ratones apoE -/- , un efecto que es potencialmente mediado por la actividad antioxidante de este extracto y la modulacion en los niveles sericos de trigliceridos. (isciii.es)
  • El género Desmoncus (subfamilia Arecoideae, subtribu Bactridinae) se distribuye en América desde Veracruz, Mexico , hasta Brasil y Bolivia . (bvsalud.org)
  • Arecaceae in The Orders and Families of Monocotyledons. (wikimedia.org)
  • Trees are masters of engineering - Mother Nature really has a handle on things, and this is especially true with the tall slender members of the botanical family Arecaceae. (treehugger.com)
  • Display as a link instead, × Family: Arecaceae / Palmae Ruffled Fan palm Origin: SE Asia, Pacific. (moiseslevy.com)
  • Areca palm belongs to the family: Arecaceae. (jagtapnursery.shop)
  • Cocos nucifera, is a member of the family Arecaceae. (blackswhotravel.com)
  • This site complies with the Arecaceae family of plants like information: verify here. (donaldpass.store)
  • Chamaedorea es el nombre genérico que deriva de las palabras griegas chamai , que significa "sobre el terreno", y dorea , que significa "regalo", posiblemente en referencia a las frutas fácilmente alcanzables. (gardenatlas.net)
  • User RagnaOfZodiac uploaded this Palm Sunday Clipart - Palm Branch Arecaceae Palm Sunday Palm-leaf Manuscript Clip Art PNG PNG image on April 15, 2017, 3:22 am. (favpng.com)
  • Pandanaceae can be differentiated from Arecaceae by their leaf development. (reading.ac.uk)
  • Anatomía y usos de las hojas maduras de tres especies de Sabal (Arecaceae) de la Península de Yucat n, México. (crwflags.com)
  • We quanti-fied global patterns of tree palm relative abundance to help improve understanding of tropical forests and reduce uncertainty about these ecosystems under climate change.Location: Tropical and subtropical moist forests.Time period: Current.Major taxa studied: Palms (Arecaceae).Methods: We assembled a pantropical dataset of 2,548 forest plots (covering 1,191. (embrapa.br)
  • We are proud to announce that we have been certified with another National Plant Collection status from Plant Heritage, this time for our Arecaceae (hardy & half-hardy). (botanic.co.uk)