The reattachment of fronds
as a growth strategy for some marine algae is considered fundamental as part of a propagation technique that has the capacity to repopulate and recover historic harvesting volumes for C.
[10.] Hassim HA, Lourenco M, Goh YM, Baars JJP, Fievez V Rumen degradation of oil palm fronds
is improved through pre-digestion with white rot fungi but not through supplementation with yeast or enzymes.
Management of the plantation results in the creation of a bare area around the palm trunk ('weeded circle') and a linear pile of pruned fronds
in every second row ('frond
Leaf blight: trunk of foxtail palm has arching fronds
,which are infected when plant is young due to which leaf spots occur that matures to blights.
Developed and marketed by AA Real Estate Development, M.State by Ocean Breeze sits on the very tip of the frond
and has been inspired by the interplay between light and water to offer a vision of Palm Jumeirah living at its very best.
It added that it is set to create a new, lakeside residential complex of more than 1,400 apartments and villas - Jumeirah Heights Fronds
- at the northern edge of its high-end Jumeirah Islands community in Dubai.
Table elaborates the CHN %age of raw date frond
and the AC prepared at different activation temperatures.
For paired comparisons of replicates in enclosed and exposed environments, 2 to 5 recordings of 120 s were collected each day of testing from each frond
in each environment.
The first was the change in length of each frond
; the second was the change in area.
There were no significant differences between the ecosystems for all variables: frond
biomass, rhizome biomass, necromass, frond
density, and frond
length (see Table 3).
After each treatment, 1.0 g fresh mass (FM) of frond
discs for each replicate (n = 3) was removed and placed in flasks containing distilled water for 180 min under a PPFD of 20 [micro]mol [m.sup.-2] [s.sup.-1] at 25 [+ or -]