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The African and South American oil palm, Elaeis guineensis and Elaeis oleifera, respectively, are farmed in tropical regions throughout the globe to obtain palm oil.
Introduction to Palm Oil --The consumption of palm oil began X years ago, which is obtained from the fruits of the oil palm tree, also known as the Elaeis Guinnesis tree, which originated in West Guinea.
0 (Butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, elaeis guineensis (palm) butter, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, vaccinium macrocarpon (cranberry) fruit) BioChemica Avocado Butter--Ultra Refined (HallStar) (Persea 14.
The nine next most common diet species together represented an additional 46% of the total: Delonix regia--9% (Family: Caesalpiniaceae), Mangifera indica--6% (Family: Anacardiaceae), Tectona grandis--6% (Family: Verbenaceae), Pithecellobium saman--5% (Family: Fabaceae), Cocos nucifera--5% (Family: Palmae), Guazuma ulmifolia--4% (Family: Sterculiaceae), Elaeis guineensis--4% (Family: Palmae), Bombacopsis quinata--4% (Family: Bombacaceae), and Spondias mombin--3% (Family: Anacardiaceae).
glaucum unguicilata unguicculata CONTEXT LOCUS B4C Layer 1 -- -- -- Layer 2 -- -- -- Layer 3 -- -- -- B4C Total 0 0 0 LOCUS B5C Horizon 1 -- -- -- Horizon 2 -- -- -- Horizon 3 1 -- 2 B5C Total 1 0 2 LOCUS 13613 Horizon 1 -- -- -- Horizon 2 -- 1 Horizon 3 -- -- 0 Horizon 4 -- 15 6 B6B Total 0 16 16 TOTAL 1 16 11 ALL SITES Unidentifiable Total Seed CONTEXT Fabaceae Seed Fragments Count LOCUS B4C Layer 1 -- -- 0 Layer 2 -- -- 0 Layer 3 -- 1 1 B4C Total 0 1 1 LOCUS B5C Horizon 1 -- 14 14 Horizon 2 -- -- 4 Horizon 3 -- 25 28 B5C Total 0 43 46 LOCUS 13613 Horizon 1 -- -- 0 Horizon 2 5 Horizon 3 11 3 Horizon 4 6 48 B6B Total 922 56 TOTAL 9 66 103 ALL SITES Elaeis cf.
Common tree species included Spondias monbin, Hyeronima alchorneoides, Elaeis oleifera, Socratera exorrhiza, and Ochroma pyramidale; common understory shrubs, vines, and small trees included Apebia tiboubou, Heliconia spp.
palm kernel (Family Euphorbiaceae; Elaeis guineensis, Jacq), radish (Family Brassicaceae; Raphanus sativus L.
The African and South American oil palm plants, Elaeis guineensis and Elaeis oleifera, respectively, are farmed in tropical regions throughout the globe to obtain palm oil.
INCI: Prunus americana (apricot) kernel oil, fragaria vesca (strawberry) seed oil, sarnbucus nigra (elderberry) seed oil, rubus idaeus (raspberry) seed oil, elaeis guineensis (palm) oil
Patches of Elaeis oleifera in the central-western Amazon basin are often associated with terra preta do indio, soils rich in organic matter and carbonized wood that indicate ancient settlements (Henderson, 1995).
Premier Specialties, Middlesex, NJ, offers sustainable Palm Kernel Oil harvested and produced in Central America from the Elaeis Ofeifera species, which is different than the universally used palm oil from Southeast Asia.
elata, Elaeis guineensis, Metroxylon sagu, Oreodoxa regia, Phoenix canariensis, P.
2006), and also as a hyperparasitoid of Chetogena scutellaris Wulp (Diptera: Tachinidae) parasitizing Opsiphanes invirae Hubner (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) caterpillars, which defoliate Elaeis guineensis Jacq (Arecales: Arecaceae) in the Para, Brazil (Tinoco et al.