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2012-03-01 08:00:00

The Life Sciences Magazine EurekaMag.com publishes insights into specific subjects of all areas of natural science. The latest review covers Palindrome which is is a sequence of DNA units that can be read the same way in either direction, Coconut Palm Sugar which is made from the sap of coconut palms and may be sold as coconut sugar, and Mistral which is a strong, cold and usually dry regional wind in France, which accelerates when it passes through the valleys of the Rhone and the Durance...

2012-03-02 02:50:00

The Coconut Water Craze has hit Hollywood full-force. With powerful investors like Madonna, Demi Moore and others investing millions in this product, what's the secret behind the product? Health and Wellness portal BeWellBuzz.com has answers. Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) March 01, 2012 As the Academy Awards post-Oscar parties kicked off last Sunday evening, many of Hollywood´s silver screen stars prepared for a night of partying with a dose of Coconut Water. It´s the health-crazed...

2011-12-09 11:00:00

The Worldâs First Coconut Water Coffee Drink Takes âœBest New Beverageâ At the 2011 Bevnet Awards Santa Monica, Ca (PRWEB) December 09, 2011 Just when you thought the coconut water trend couldnât get any bigger, coconut water beverages swept the 2011 Bevnet Awards on Tuesday night. Most notably, Coco Café which launched in September 2011 took home top honors for Best New Beverage. Aside from increased energy and...

2011-10-21 11:00:00

O.N.E. Coconut Water today announced it is donating $10,000 to nonprofit Whole Planet Foundation to help alleviate poverty worldwide. The companyâs contribution will help fund the Foundationâs mission to provide poor entrepreneurs in developing countries with a chance to lift themselves out of poverty through micro-credit. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 21, 2011 O.N.E. Coconut Water today announced it is donating $10,000 to nonprofit Whole Planet Foundation to...

2011-08-02 00:00:30

New Book Release; A Tropical Island Paradise where a rattan hammock calls your name and a rum and coke in your hands a pretty girl by your side. Put on your sandals and come with me on my adventure through Sogod Bay to a jungle Island Paradise from being a Palm Beach Florida Taxi Driver to being a Coconut Farmer on a Island in the southern Philippines, a husband, a father, and a member of a community and patriarch of a large family in the jungle. http://www.MyHomeintheJungle.com Palm Beach,...

2011-06-27 09:25:00

Written in coconut DNA are two origins of cultivation, several ancient trade routes, and the history of the colonization of the Americas By Diana Lutz, Washington University in St. Louis The coconut (the fruit of the palm Cocos nucifera) is the Swiss Army knife of the plant kingdom; in one neat package it provides a high-calorie food, potable water, fiber that can be spun into rope, and a hard shell that can be turned into charcoal. What's more, until it is needed for some other purpose it...

Latest Coconut Reference Libraries

2009-03-27 18:01:18

The Asian Palmyra Palm, Borassus flabellifer, is a plant in the Borassus genus. Other names for the tree are the toddy palm, sugar palm, and Cambodian palm. It is a vigorous tree, living 100 years or more. It is held aloft at 98 feet high on a large, sturdy trunk that resembles a coconut, and is ringed with leaf scars. The leaves create a canopy of several dozen fronds spreading across 10 feet. Growth of these trees is slow in the beginning, but speeds up as it begins to mature. It is...

2009-03-27 17:56:59

The African Fan Palm, Borassus aethiopium is an African palm of the Borassus genus. It has a numerous list of English terms for the plant including African palmyra palm, deleb palm, ron palm, toddy palm, black rhun palm, ronier palm (French term), and others. Its African names are even more numerous. The tree offers many practical uses such as edible fruit, fiber from leaves, and termite-proof wood for construction. At least two varieties of this species exist, bagamojensis and...

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