count Genus No Lateral branching axillary Calamus 263/521 40 210 Eleiodoxa 1/1 1 Eremospatha 11/11 11 Eugeissona 6/6 Korthalsia 28/28 Laccosperma 6/6 6 Lepidocaryum 1/1 1 Mauritia 2/2 2 Mauritiella 4/4 4 Metroxylon
7/7 6 1 Myrialepis 1/1 Oncocalamus 5/5 5 Pigafetta 2/2 2 Plectocomia 15/15 15 Plectocomiopsis 6/6 6 Ruphia 19/20 8 11 Salacca 22/23 21 Calamoideae 399/659 58 292 A.
Evaluating sago palm (Metroxylon
sagu Rottb.) photosynthetic performance in waterlogged conditions: utilizing pulse-amplitude-modulated (PAM) fluorometry as a waterlogging stress indicator.
They also damage the sago palm (Metroxylon
sagu Rottb.; Arecaceae), the solitary sugar palm (Arenga pinnata (Wurmb) Merrill.; Arecaceae), the oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.; Arecaceae), the large-leaved palm (Corypha gebanga Zelfst; Arecaceae), the silver date palm (Phoenix sylvestris (L.)Roxb.; Arecaceae), and the African fan palm (Borassus flabellifer L.; Arecaceae) (Leefmans 1920).
(2014) "Farmer empowerment to increase productivity of sago (Metroxylon
sago spp) farming." International Journal on Advanced Science.
Sugarcane bagasse (Saccharum officinarum spp.) and corncob (Earlivee sweet corn) were collected from a local market, whereas the pith waste of sago (Metroxylon
sagu) was collected from a local sago starch-processing factory.
Kaimur, "Application of Peleg's equation in desorption studies of food systems: a case study with sago (Metroxylon
Sagu rottb.) starch," Drying Technology, vol.
The Effect of Elevation Gradient on the Phenological Aspect of Growth and Production of Sago Palm (Metroxylon
Reducing ammonia loss from urea and improving soil exchangeable ammonium and available nitrate in non-water logged soils through mixing zeolite and sago (Metroxylon
sagu) waste water.
'Sago', known as lumbya among Manobos, is starch extracted from the spongy center or pith of sago palm (metroxylon
sagu), which is found in tropical lowland forest and freshwater swamps of Agusan Marsh.
Native sago starch (Metroxylon
sagu) powder was purchased from local market at Kuching (Sarawak, Malaysia).
The decrease in peroxidase activity with Co2+ and Zn2+ ions was also observed for isozymes of Metroxylon
sagu (Onsa et.
(CP=56.0%); rice bran, Oryza sativa (CP=6.1%); wheat flour, Triticum aestivum (CP=16.4%); tapioca flour, Metroxylon
sago (CP=3.1%); soluble fish protein hydrolysate (CP=75.3%) purchased from the local market of Karachi.