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Date palm - Wikipedia

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Phoenix dactylifera, commonly known as date or date palm, is a flowering plant species in the palm family, Arecaceae, cultivated for its edible sweet fruit. Although its place of origin is unknown b...

Common Name: Date Palm | Scientific Name: Phoenix Dactylifera ...

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The plant and its sugary fruit has its start in ancient Mesopotamia. In fact, the word in Hebrew for date, tamar or tamarah is still used as a name for female ...

origin, geographical distribution and nutritional values of date palm

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The exact origin of the date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) is considered to be lost in ... The Jews consider the date as one of the seven holy fruits and they ...

The Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.): Overview of Biology, Uses ...

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From its center of origin, date cultivation spread through out the Arabian Peninsula, ... The name of date palm originates from its fruit; “phoenix” from the Greek ...

chapter i: botanical and systematic description of the date palm

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The botanical name of the date palm, Phoenix dactylifera L., is presumably derived ... Besides date palm, five of the above species bear edible fruit (P. atlantica ...

Scientific Name of Date | In other Languages - Compare Fruits

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Botanical name of Date? What is Date called in other languages?

date palm | plant | Britannica.com

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Jun 23, 2016 ... The date is a one-seeded fruit, or berry, usually oblong but varying much in .... The scientific name of the date palm is Phoenix dactylifera.

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It has long been grown on the French Riviera, in southern Italy, Sicily and Greece , though the fruit does not reach ...

Date Palm - Phoenix dactylifera - Details - Encyclopedia of Life

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The Ancient Egyptians used the fruits to make into date wine, and ate them at harvest ..... The species name dactylifera "date-bearing" comes from Ancient Greek ...

Dates: The Sticky History of a Sweet Fruit | National Geographic ...

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Jun 18, 2015 ... Dried dates for sale at an open-air market in Istanbul, Turkey. ... the birth of the date industry through scenes of another birth, the Nativity. .... the “Nature's Delight ” brand name and to position dates as “nature's power fruit.