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conservation at a botanic garden: A case study of the keys thatch palm Palms 55 93 101 Griffith, M.P. Noblick, L.R. Dowe, J.L. Husby, C.E. Calonje, M. 2008 Cyclone tolerance in new world Arecaceae: Biogeographic variation and abiotic natural selection Ann. Bot

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.g., tomato (Solanaceae), celery (Apiaceae), olive (Oleaceae), date palm (Arecaceae), asparagus (Liliaceae), and beet (Chenopodiaceae), most are sensitive, and some are very sensitive (glycophytes, non-halophytes), e.g., pea, bean, chickpea, onion, citrus, and

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-release formulations; some also contain micronutrients. Consumers also have access to specialty fertilizers for palms (Arecaceae) (8N–0.9P–10K–4Mg) that have been formulated based on UF–IFAS research ( Broschat, 2001 ). A wide variety of fertilizer products are

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.C. Santos, J.M.A. Vasconcelos, G.S. Lima, N.B.C. Patrocínio, M.C.A. Macedo, D. Vasconcelos, S.M.M. 2015 Cocos nucifera (L.) ( Arecaceae ): A phytochemical and pharmacological review Braz. J. Med. Biol. Res. 48 11 953 964 doi: https

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