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Coconut
Category: Cocos nucifera

 

 

 

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coconut
NOUN: 1 the drupaceous fruit of the coconut palm whose outer fibrous husk yields coir and whose nut contains thick edible meat and coconut milk
  2 the edible meat of the coconut
ADJECTIVE: 3  
ETYMOLOGY:  
First Known Use: 1516
Merriam Webster OnLine® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition.
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Coconut
Coconut.

Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera)

Kingdom: Plantae
  Angiosperms
  Monocots[1]
: Commelinids
Order: Arecales
Family: Arecaceae
Subfamily: Arecoideae
Tribe: Cocoeae
Genus: Cocos
Species:

C. nucifera'

Cocos nucifera
L.

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coconut diagram
coconut diagram
Layers of the coconut fruit
(1) Exocarp / Epicarp
(2) Mesocarp
(3) Endocarp
(4) Endosperm
(5) Embryo

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The range of the natural habitat of the coconut palm tree delineated by the red line (based on information in Werth 1933,[22] slightly modified by Niklas Jonsson)
coconut diagram
The range of the natural habitat of the coconut palm tree delineated by the red line
(based on information in Werth 1933,[22] slightly modified by Niklas Jonsson)

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The Cranberry Harvest on the Island of Nantucket, 1880, Jonathan Eastman Johnson.

Palm Tree

http://diaryofanutritionist.com/2010/03/01/saturated-fats-cooking-with-coconut-butter-or-butter/

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