Borassus flabellifer


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Noun1.Borassus flabellifer - tall fan palm of Africa and India and Malaysia yielding a hard wood and sweet sap that is a source of palm wine and sugar; leaves used for thatching and weaving
fan palm - palm having palmate or fan-shaped leaves
bassine - coarse leaf fiber from palmyra palms used in making brushes and brooms
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Kalu Bariki and his brother Narayan told me the palm leaves they use are undamaged new growth cut from the very top of palmyra palm trees (Borassus flabellifer).
Crystalline sugar (talmishri) prepared from sap of Borassus flabellifer was added to macerated roots of Bombax ceiba and fruits of Myristica fragrans.
The most common species is the lontar palm (Borassus flabellifer), scattered in patches throughout the reserve.
Phoenix datylifera y Borassus flabellifer presentan la vaina de fibras esclerenquimaticas que rodea el haz vascular como la observada en esta variedad, pero Cocos sp.
/ kg gum of Acacia nilotica was fried in / kg ghee (clarified butter) and then the gum was powdered and mixed with tal mishri (crystalline sugar obtained from sap of Borassus flabellifer) and 250 ml water.
18 Blumea obliqua (L.) Asteraceae Herb Druce 19 Borassus flabellifer Arecaceae Tree L.
ferrugineus include 40 species of palms (Naturjardins 2013), which include Areca catechu, Arenga pinnata, Borassus flabellifer, Caryota maxima, C.
Throughout South Asia, sap is extracted from inflorescences of the sugar palm Arenga pinnata (Miller, 1964; Mogea et al., 1991), the palmyra palm Borassus flabellifer (Dissanayake, 1986; Khieu, 1996), the solitary fish tail palm Caryota urens (Dissanayake, 1977, 1986), the coconut Cocos nucifera (Kitze & Johnson, 1975), the mangrove palm Nypa fruticans (Fong, 1989; Miah et al., 2003), and from the upper part of the stem in sugar date palm Phoenix sylvestris (Kitze & Johnson, 1975).
Plants that were cultivated for their edible fruits included Mangifera indica L., Annona squamosa L., Borassus flabellifer L., Cocos nucifera L., Carica papaya L., Terminalia belerica (Gaertn.) Roxb., Terminalia chebula Retz., Phyllanthus emblica L., Tamarindus indica L., and Punica granatum L.
One teaspoonful of juice obtained from crushed leaves is taken thrice daily with talmishri (crystalline sugar prepared from sap of Borassus flabellifer L.
pinnata (Wurmb) Merr., Borassus flabellifer (Mart.) Warb., Borassus sp., Brahea armata S.Watson, Butia capitata (Mart.) Becc, Calamus merrillii, Caryota cumingii Lodd.