babassu palm


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Related to babassu palm: Orbignya phalerata
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Noun1.babassu palm - tall feather palm of northern Brazil with hard-shelled nuts yielding valuable oil and a kind of vegetable ivorybabassu palm - tall feather palm of northern Brazil with hard-shelled nuts yielding valuable oil and a kind of vegetable ivory
feather palm - palm having pinnate or featherlike leaves
genus Orbignya, Orbignya - palms of southern Mexico to northern South America: babassu palm
babassu nut - hard-shelled nut of the babassu palm
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We only use rare and mineral-rich ingredients from seaweed (Algae Extract - that is harvested from the sea) along with a combination of essential amino acids and oils, like Apricot Kernel Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, Babassu Palm Kernel Oil.
Tests using blends of conventional jet fuel with alternative biofuels began in 2008 with a Virgin Atlantic Airways flight that used coconut and babassu palm oil.
Two new natural emollients that are derived from 100% natural plant sources, rich in essential fatty acids are: Lipobutter[R] Refined Organic Babassu, obtained from the seeds of the Babassu palm tree, native to South America particularly Brazil.
Subsistence benefits from the Babassu palm (Orbignya martiana).
British billionaire Branson said at the time it was unlikely the nut of the wild growing babassu palm would play a key role as airlines turn to renewable fuel sources to cut the industry's greenhouse gas emissions.
A Virgin Atlantic Boeing 747, powered in part by coconut oil and the nuts from the Brazilian babassu palm, took off from Heathrow Airport and, 40 minutes later, landed in Amsterdam.
British billionaire Branson said, however, it was unlikely the nut of the wild growing babassu palm would play a key role as airlines turn to renewable fuel sources to cut the industry's greenhouse gas emissions.
Professor Jose Domingos Fontana told me that the use of babassu palm (babacu) is being explored in the states of Ceara and Piaui, as well as dende palm in the Amazonian states.
The shifting cultivator peasants in Sao Manoel integrate swidden fields for annual cropping, the extraction of babassu palm products, and pastures for cattle ranching.