Palmyra palm

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Palmyra palm:

see palmpalm,
common name for members of the Palmae, a large family of chiefly tropical trees, shrubs, and vines. Most species are treelike, characterized by a crown of compound leaves, called fronds, terminating a tall, woody, unbranched stem.
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Borassus flabelliformis, from Plants of the Coast of Coromandel, artist unknown, 1795.
Greater proportion of unifloral loads were obtained during March-April (spring-summer) and November-January (winter) derived from Borassus flabellifer and Brassica nigra, Phoenix sylvestris respectively.
Rajulu, "Structural characterization and tensile properties of Borassus fruit fibers," Journal of Applied Polymer Science, vol.
However, there is a decline in the consumption of some wild edible plant species that were used during periods of drought and famine such as the young seedling of Borassus aethiopum and the young stem of Phoenix reclinata which gradually lead to the fade-away of the indigenous knowledge associated with them.
Patil, "Evaluation of anti-inflammatory activity of ethanolic extract of Borassus flabellifer L.
It is widely accepted and regularly repeated among scholars that there are two types of palm leaves that were historically used as writing supports in manuscripts from the Indonesian archipelago: leaves of the sugar, or toddy, palm (Borassus flabellifer) and those of the nipa palm (Nypafruticans).
Por ejemplo, generos como Borassus, Brahea, Caryota, Copernicia, Phoenix, Rhaphis, Sabal, Syagrus, Trachycarpus y Washingtonia poseen caracteristicas como: tronco aereo y alargado con las bases de las hojas persistentes y peciolos acanalados.
SugaVida is derived from the sap of the Palmyra palm tree (Borassus flabellifer), which is grown organically and harvested sustainably in Southeast India, supporting local producers and biodiversity in Indian farming communities.
Brown sugar is a natural sweetener derived from the sap of palm trees, like aren (Arenga pinnata (Wurmb) Merrill), coconut (Cocos nucivera), and siwalan (Borassus flabellifer L).Productivity of sap from the aren (Arenga pinnata (Wurmb) Merrill) was the highest among the sap of coconut (Cocos nucivera), siwalan (Borassus flabellifer L).