African oil palm


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Related to African oil palm: Elaeis guineensis
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oil palm of Africa

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The number of Elaeidobius kamerunicus pollinating weevils visiting male inflorescences on each of the 7 d of during the anthesis period of the African oil palm.
The number of Elaeidobius kamerunicus pollinating weevils per spikelet on each of the first 6 d of the anthesis period of male inflorescences of the African oil palm.
The number of Elaeidobius kamerunicus pollinating weevils visiting male inflorescences at various hours of the 3rd day of anthesis of male inflorescences of the African oil palm.
The number of Elaeidobius kamerunicus pollinating weevils per spikelet at various hours of the 3rd day of anthesis of male inflorescences of the African oil palm.
Long essential in many West and Central African societies, the African oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.
Today semi-wild, or subspontaneous, stands of African oil palm dominate the area as secondary vegetation in the Atlantic forest (mata atlantica) biome.
This study addresses that deficiency with an environmental history of the African oil palm in Bahia.
The African oil palm emerged from the forest-savannah ecotone in West Africa's Gulf of Guinea region.
With the objective of studying the different situations in which the palm trees are used we will present the case of the African oil palm as an example of a crop with an important investment in the development of plant breeding, machinery, agrochemicals, tissue culture, oil fractionation and oil chemistry (CORLEY & TINKER, 2003); and more recently in molecular genetics and genetic engineering.
The African oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) is endemic of the tropical rain forests of the central and western Africa, spreading over Angola, Cameroon, Congo, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Nigeria and Zaire.
The African oil palm is the oil crop of highest yield, with yield averages of 3-4 tons per hectare by year of mesocarp oil.
far below the 80% obtained for African oil palm seeds (Nunes et al.
Key words: African oil palm, agricultural land, capuchins, Cebus capucinus, diet, habitar use, living fence rows.
Diet: The study troop consumed 24 species of plants, including four agricultural plants: African oil palm fruit (Elaeis guineensis), mango (Mangifera indica), coconut (Cocos nucifera), and bananas (Musa sp.
Agricultural plants (mangos, African oil palm, and bananas) in our study probably replaced many plant species found by Chapman and Fedigan (1990).
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