Phoenix dactylifera


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Noun1.Phoenix dactylifera - tall tropical feather palm tree native to Syria bearing sweet edible fruitPhoenix dactylifera - tall tropical feather palm tree native to Syria bearing sweet edible fruit
date - sweet edible fruit of the date palm with a single long woody seed
feather palm - palm having pinnate or featherlike leaves
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The Phoenix dactylifera, commonly known as the date palm, has been a staple food source of the Middle East and Indus Valley region for thousands of years.
It was first reported from India in 1891 on coconut palm, Cocos nucifera (Lefroy, 1906), and then found on date palm, Phoenix dactylifera (Lal, 1917; Buxton, 1918).
Najamuddin Solangi delivered his 2nd PhD Seminar on 'Micropropagation of some Elite Cultivars of Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera 1.
Phoenix Dactylifera & Phonenix Reclinata: Date palm varieties
Therefore, (Phoenix Dactylifera L.) seeds substantially removed zinc ions under optimum conditions.
It was believed in previous scientific works that the date palms from the Middle East and North Africa are genetically different, despite their one origin, as they belong to one species 'Phoenix dactylifera'.
Under the Environmental and Biological Resources sector, the award was shared by Karima al Bulushi and Buthayna al Ghafri, for their projects, 'Optimisation and economic evaluation of the supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of waxes from waste date palm (Phoenix dactylifera) leaves' and 'Photocatalytic microbial removal and degradation of organic contaminants of water using PES fibres', respectively.
Another, the date palm (Phoenix dactylifera), loves the blaze of Southwest deserts as it harkens back to its roots in North Africa, while Trachycarpus thrives in the cool summers and wet winters of the Northwest.
The date fruits (Phoenix dactylifera L.) are important economic commodity that is regularly consumed by Middle East populations for the health benefits and pleasant taste.
fruit from the Ajwa date (Phoenix dactylifera L) palm to treat local
Date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) belongs to the family Arecaceae (2n = 36) and has a socioeconomic significance.
The dates (Phoenix dactylifera L.) are sugar rich fresh fruits mainly cultivated in Middle East countries and used as human food in almost all over the world.

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