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14 February 2019

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Also, it looks like creamed coconut is some kind of coconut extract, but that it is used for food rather than creams, health food products and such. The bubbles should surely either be placed in the centre of the country they represent or attempt to show where the cultivation actually is concentrated. He studied film directing under and screenwriting under. I honestly think this paragraph should be removed, partly because it's almost unsourcable and partly because it's a plain wikihow topic.

It is not that long and it is about food, like most of this article. This has become a very popular term in modern day pop-culture. You may wish to browse through for further ideas.

External Item Descriptions : bindingofisaac - I would also like to know how much coconut water is found in the adverage ripe large brown coconut, and how much edible matter can be found in such a coconut.

The introduction of this article says a coconut is not a nut. Further down the page, it is described as a dry nut or drupe. Can someone please clarify and correct. Is there anyone out there that really knows their nuts and can resolve all this nut confusion. In general English usage, a nut is a large seed suitable for use as food. In botanical usage, a nut is a certain sort of fruit, containing a single seed. Thus, the nut large seed of a coconut is a nut, but the entire fruit including the husk is not a nut. That's a very interesting comment, does anyone have a reliable reference for this. It strikes me as the sort of information that could easily be an. It claims : Coconut water was found to be sterile, non-pyrogenic, non-hemolytic and non-antigenic. Results of experiments with rabbits, rats, and dogs indicated that coconut water is non-toxic and given by intravenous infusion does not cause significant change in the electrolyte composition, osmolarity and pH of the blood. Initial tolerance studies among 9 human volunteers revealed that there was no significant change in electrolyte composition of the blood, in blood pressure, pulse rate or respiration indicating that coconut water could be a safe and useful intravenous fluid. As of now their are 10 coconuts and each one has its own step. It is very similar to the term bases. This has become a very large term in modern day pop-culture and should be added somewhere to the coconut page because it has a large significance. Can't find a single source for this claim. Swinging a cleaver to it just looks too dangerous. However, this doesn't appear too encyclopedic to me. I honestly think this paragraph should be removed, partly айзек мод external item descriptions it's almost unsourcable and partly because it's a plain wikihow topic. This section, even though it has a wikihow flavour, gives a good image of how it is done. Depending on how tall the tree is, it would be easy. When coconuts fall in my front yard, they are well over 3 pounds. Coconuts are usually offered to the gods, and a coconut is smashed on the ground or on some object as part of an initiation or inauguration of building projects, facility, ship, etc. It is practised thorughout India by Hindus. First, I think this ought to be verified and, if it's correct, expanded upon a bit for instance explaining айзек мод external item descriptions there is any scientific merit to it. Also I'd like to make sure that jobran is just a word for rat, in which case the article should simply say rats. Years, decades, and centuries can be linked if they provide for the article. For example, instead of 18mm, use 18 mm, which when you are editing the page, should look like: 18 mm. Please see if anything can be expanded upon. Certain phrases should specify exactly who supports, considers, believes, etc. You may wish to try Tony1's. This article has 13 additive terms, a bit too much. You may wish to browse through for further ideas. I'd like to see a citation on this actually being done. Would you like citation on people throwing coconuts too. If it wasn't ever done, keep that nonsense out of the uses section. And the non-fact that heavy objects can be thrown shouldn't be in the article in the first place, so removed it all. If that's your only objection would you stand for having that re-inserted if I were to actually make one. Actually officer I'm doing this for an encyclopedia entry. Just like if I were to actually make earmuffs out of hamburgers wouldn't belong into an encyclopedia either. There were similar edits to topics such as fork, fire extinguisher, shovel, scissors, crowbar, tire iron, chair. The point is we don't need citations for pointless facts because we don't need pointless facts in the first place. I don't know much about it, but these come to mind: coconut oil, palm oil, palm kernel oil, palm fruit oil. There's already a article, so it shouldn't be too hard to summarize here. I remember eating food prepared with it when I was a child and there was shortage of soybean oil. The heat will crack the shell as well as loosen the flesh, enough so that it will almost fall off. ««When viewed on end, the endocarp and germination pores resemble the face of a monkey, the Portuguese word for which is macaco, sometimes abbreviated to coco, hence the name of the fruit. »» Macaco monkey has nothing to do with coco. The origin of the name is from Coco or Côca a carved vegetable lamp from Portuguese folklore. It is also a witch or a kind of boogyman or ghost. This is the origin of the name. Check the Portuguese page or. Any Portuguese or Spanish dictionary gives the айзек мод external item descriptions. The meaning of coco as derived from macaco was taken from which sources. Because the page had it correct, it derives from coco or côca the word for a scarey boogyman or ghost. I am reverting it back to the original meaning. Have you ever looked at the coconut. You will clearly see the ghostly face that must have inspired the name. There's no rush to do this; I just wanted to give interested parties a heads-up. Why I chose to mention it on this page first is anyone's guess. Does anyone have any suggestions or comments regarding where the pics, nutrient tables, headings, etc are. I ask because of Thomas27's spacing change айзек мод external item descriptions I'm wondering if all my efforts to make it look pretty are for naught because it only works on my browser. Will it germinate at all if dehusked. I live in south florida trasure coast and have had nothing but bad luck trying to grow a coconut. I've had two sprout to about 5 inches, then die on me. Unless we are prepared to dedicate similar space to growth in every nation on Earth this should be deleted. I think that the content should be trimmed a bit and the limits and issues of growing coconuts in other areas of the world be added. Also, the vast majority of the article is about coconuts in the world. A global view tag would only be necessary if the article talked mostly about coconuts in the U. It is not necessary when there is simply айзек мод external item descriptions section on a particular area. Say with information from other parts of the world. I don't think we should get rid of it entirely as the coconut palm appears to be a plant that is widely used as an indicator of climate because it is a very widespread and important in the tropics worldwide, b sensitive to cold and has a high requirement for year-round warmth and c a commonly grown and well-known ornamental plant. Good references need to be found and duplicate material needs to be removed, especially in the uses section. I think that the uses section needs heavy editing, references and should be in paragraph form. Finally, there is the question of whether other articles should be merged with this article. I think that should not be merged because it is a big article, well referenced and it is not discussed much in this article. It is not that long and it is about food, like most of this article. One problem is that it seems to be talking about creamed coconut rather than coconut cream, even though the article itself claims that the food is coconut cream. I would think that a coconut extract would be called coconut cream and that a food would be called creamed coconut. I searched online and found that coconut cream seems to be used for both products. Also, it looks like creamed coconut is some kind of coconut extract, but that it is used for food rather than creams, health food products and such. I already merged and redirected and. I think that it is silly for those to be separate articles because they are just names for immature coconuts and their use, in the case of tender coconut. Also, they were very short, unreferenced articles. I do not plan to work on this article further and it is not on my watchlist, so if you want to contact me you will need to do so on my talk page. As of now there are 10 coconuts and each one has its own step. The term for completing each level is refered to as breaking the coconut. This has become a very popular term in modern day pop-culture. So now we know how King Arthur and Patsy found those coconuts. I ask this cos I'm writing a story about some castaways who crash into an island and all they can find to eat is six trees full of coconuts and the fish in the sea that they can catch with the fishing rod they brought with them. I would also like to know how much coconut water is found in the adverage ripe large brown coconut, and how much edible matter can be found in such a coconut. Coconut is New Zealand slang for a Tongan, or other person of Polynesian descent, although usually not Maori. Coconut is also the title of a song by Harry Nilsson. Coconut is also the title of an In Reverie b-side track by Saves the Day. Coconut is also used as a slang term for breasts. Kid Creole's backing singers were known as his Coconuts. We have 150,000 palm trees in this research plantation and there is only one which has three heads like this. We are going to multiply the tree about 150 times to see if the progeny have three or even four heads. The bubbles should surely either be placed in the centre of the country they represent or attempt to show where the cultivation actually is concentrated. If they are placed as they are, non-centrally but apparently randomly, it is rather misleading as it may be interpreted as the location where the coconuts are grown. For example Brazil's bubbles have been placed in the far south of the country where the climate is too cold for the coconut while China's have been placed north of Shanghai where it is similarly too cold. Indonesia is a large producer of coconut. Coconut has been spread to 80% of these areas by human farmers in historical times. Though some of these areas have coconut farming, others have not. Almost the entire coast of Somalia has no coconut farming, while further north in Oman, and Dubai, coconut are grown extensively, the latter use it for landscaping purposes, similar to Florida. The map shows Somalia as natural distribution area of coconut, yet it is only grown in the very south near the equator in Kismayu and Webi Shebele river areas. In theory the Somalia coast would support coconut farming, but in practice they are not grown at all exept near the rivers in the very South. Djibuti has no plantations at all. You either redo the red line and the title of your map, or it should be removed. Some coconuts are yellow in colorsome orange, but many of them atre green. Also there are different varieties in terms of size. There are a number of problems with the natural range of the coconut. First of all, the species has undoubtedly been spread by humans since long before historical times. This makes determining the natural range tricky. Secondly, most modern sources seem to state that the coconut was not present in the Atlantic before the European voyages of discovery from 15th Century. The map seems to be based on an old source. I'll have a look for some newer ones. There is also no reference for the specific number given. Found some info on that here: It's a bit weak though. The number of growing seasons should also be included as that is important information. Also, the picture title Illustration of a Coconut tree is misleading. I suggest removal of this picture or a more accurate title. Many uses are put in there, and while this may not be a noteworthy one or completely serious use of the coconut, it is still well known and should be included. Please respect this and do not change to American spellings, which have minimal relevance to the topic. Besides which, having special relevance is far from having strong national ties. I will be changing it back later unless you can show why it has strong national ties as defined in. Are coconuts essential items at weddings in the United States. The article states that they are so in Kerala in southern India. That is certainly a cultural association of major importance. Or to see that the vast majority of coconut production is also in areas where Commonwealth English spelling is the norm. As to the origins, South American origin is speculative, while there is no doubt at all that the species is native in southern Asia. I also looked at the history in some detail. The page did start as a stub in American English, айзек мод external item descriptions was fairly quickly changed to Commonwealth English some time in early 2005: some edits are missing so it can't be seen exactly when. This happened while the page was still no more than a stub with a list of trivia appended; it remained of stub quality for some time after it was edited to Commonwealth English. After that, it was completely stable in Commonwealth English for about four years and over 2,000 edits, with not the slightest suggestion of anyone querying this until you changed it to American. So your edits are in clear breach of the policies you cite. First, while it is hard to pin down when the article ceased to be a stub, it was not until well after it was in Commonwealth English; and second, : that once a style has been adopted, it should remain stable at that style. It was clearly no longer a stub by the end of 2004 at which point it used American spelling. The first violation of happened soon after. The article had used American spelling for over 2. Given that the coconut had spread to various sections of the planet millions of years ago, its initial point of origin if that were even known is not really relevant here. I still see nothing at all which would give it any strong national ties. Having uses in some countries which are more important than in other countries is not good enough. I'd ask for a to start the dispute process, but a third editor has already given an opinion. Now I'm not going to bother, the way edits by anyone who doesn't bow down to American imperialism is hounded out of here. Wikipedia has always shown a strong American bias on numerous pages where it itsn't appropriate, but this is one of the worst cases of American imperialism I've seen yet. No wonder so many editors are quitting wikipedia and new editors find it so unwelcoming. Yes there are other countries where coconuts айзек мод external item descriptions important, but they mostly have their own languages and will be neutral to English spelling, you should not assume they will all want American spelling. The consultation on this has also been pathetic. Coconut is a topic in Айзек мод external item descriptions India and Wikiproject Kerala, but you invited neither group to comment here, that too is a great discourtesy. I will remedy this now and invite their comment. I believe a look at and might be helpful; throwing around words like imperialism, nonsense, gross discourtesy, great discourtesy, and hounded are not helpful. If you would take the time to check my айзек мод external item descriptions history, I just as equally defend Commonwealth English in many articles. I have applied to many hundreds of articles all of which I keep on my watch list. Am I correct that the largest producer of coconuts the Philippines uses American English as one of its two official languages. Perhaps you should also invite the Philippines Wikiproject. It might be a great discourtesy not to do so. I believe the main problem here is a basic misunderstanding of strong айзек мод external item descriptions ties. Bringing in a lot more editors from either side is only going to result in this going thru the entire dispute process. It shows the production on the ganga plain. While in text the data shows 45% of Indian production coming from Kerala. I believe the text more than the map. The cuisine also clearly shows that the peninsular India is the coconut country not the northern ganga belt. I suggest we remove the map or add a corrected map. I haven't yet found a source saying that coconuts are mentioned in the Mahavamsa circa 200 B. Could someone shed light on the matter. I'll move some statements here. The number of coir industries in Tamil Nadu is 5,399. Falling coconut deaths are often used as a comparison to shark attacks; the claim is often made that a person is more likely to be killed by a falling coconut than by a shark, yet, there is no evidence of people ever being killed in this manner. Whereas, in the exact same paper that won him the Ig Noble prize Professor Barss said that of the four cases of coconut related injury that he knows of, two of them died instantly. I teared it apart almost still there is no nut inside. Can anyone tellme what it is and wat does it mean to me. Coconut oil does not contain any Omega 3 fatty acids. It should be noted that the Wikipedia article on has a table which shows this fact. The external reference at the end of the paragraph also does not support the above statement and is actually a commercial web site selling coconut oil. I have removed the complete sentence and link from the article. I've rewritten the section to make it better represent the culinary information from. Is it just me or did i miss something. This is not a semi-protected article, so you don't need to tag it with an semi-protected edit request. I have seen coconut palms growing in Vilanculos and Inhassoro in Mozambique, well south of the distribution line on the map, and also in Mazatlan, Mexico, well north of the distribution map. Such statements are found throughout the coconut literature eg. The Mahavamsa does mention coconut but not its plantation. Independent Origins of Cultivated Coconut Cocos nucifera L. Structure Attention needs to be given to the structure here. However fascinated one editor may be in its provenance, paleonutology is not the subject of the page and should not more than one subsection: it misses relatively important data such as the time a tree takes to come to maturity and its normal age. Please take a moment to review. If you have any questions, or need the bot to ignore the links, or the page altogether, please visit for additional information. N An editor has determined that the edit contains an error somewhere. This expression has the meaning of 'palm tree' and is not confined to the Coconut. For some reason I can't edit the links. No special action is required regarding these talk page notices, other than using the archive tool instructions below. Editors to delete the External links modified sections if they want, but see the before doing mass systematic removals. This message is updated dynamically through the template last update: 15 July 2018.
»» Macaco monkey has nothing to do with coco. Ах да, мы забыли упомянуть о самом главном, часто любители поиграть в 3D игры сталкиваются с такой ситуацией когда при попытке зайти в игровое приложение, у них просто происходит вылет или крэш на рабочий стол - с этим мы тоже знаем как боротся. After graduating from high school in , Jigjidsüren worked as an assistant director in the Mongol Kino studio under the supervision of the directors Jigjid Dejid and Chimed-Osor Dendev. Also, they were very short, unreferenced articles. It is also a witch or a kind of boogyman or ghost. I'd like to see a citation on this actually being done. Can't find a single source for this claim.


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