Yen Aleurites moluccana
FOH/TP15 Gl spit 7 (1-4) P.J.
Some 25,000 people live in Badar, growing wet rice alongside the river, or cultivating candlenut (Aleurites moluccana
) and other pr oducts in smallholdings cut out of the hillsides.
Table - 6 Prices of spices in Jakarta, July 1998 Spices Rp/kilogram Nutmeg 30,000 Cloves 8,000 Samiloto leaf 2,000 Ginger 5,000 Cinnamon 4,000 Aleurites moluccana
10,000 White pepper 100,000 Lemongrass 35,000 Curcuma 1,500
HAWAII: candlenut (Aleurites moluccana
)--kukui, designated in 1959.
These include a bone of the Polynesian rat, Rattus exulans; a nutshell of the kukui tree, Aleurites moluccana; a charred fragment of a tentatively identified sweet potato tuber, Ipomoea batatas; wood charcoal identified as breadfruit, Artocarpus altilis; a piece of gourd, Lagenaria siceraria; and wood charcoal identified as k[bar.i], Cordyline fruticosa.
Nutshells of the kukui tree, Aleurites moluccana, are a common component of archaeological sites, typically as readily identifiable charred fragments.
Deionized water 64.65 Disodium EDTA 0.10 Glycereth-26 2.50 Carbomer 15.00 Magnesium aluminum silicate (and) cellulose gum 1.00 PEG-40 Stearate 1.00 Carthamus tinctorius 8.00 (Safflower) seed oil Aleurites moluccana
seed oil 2.00 Glyceryl stearate (and) PEG-100 stearate 1.50 Cyclomethicone 0.75 Zenibee Cream (Zenitech) 2.00 (Octyl dodecanol, beeswax) Triethanolamine 0.25 Tocopheryl acetate 0.25 Propylene glycol (and) diazolidinyl urea (and) methylparaben (and) propylparaben 1.00 PROCEDURE: Combine phase A to 75[degrees]C.
An estimate of site establishment yielded by the model-based analysis, supported by the age of an Aleurites moluccana nutshell dated by Spriggs, indicates that O 18 was established several centuries after the islands were first settled by Polynesians.
fallax -24.9 wood charcoal Beta-208591 (2) Aleurites moluccana -25.7 nutshell Beta-246786 (3) (4) Sida cf.
These include seeds, seed cases and fruit stones of Aleurites moluccana
(candlenut), Barringtonia spp., Canarium indicum, Cocos nucifera (coconut), Inocarpus fagiferus (Tahitian chestnut), Pandanus spp.