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Little Big History - Coconuts
Transcript of Little Big History - Coconuts
Universe inside a coconut
Created humans, Earth, animals, and plants
Night gods - Stars
Day gods - Animals
Stars and gods created building blocks
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Russell, Tony, Catherine Cutler, and Martin Walters. "Coconuts." Trees of the World. Print. Bibliography Modern Revolution Properties Salt- resistant husk
Composed of fiber, called coir
Shell composed of cellulose
Different layers Coconut Water potassium, vitamin, mineral, and amino acid
chemical and mineral content Coconut Oil Coconut Meat supply brain with clean source of energy contains protein, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fiber, and probiotics Coconut Milk protein, carbohydrate, fat, and fiber
antimicrobial Maxim Caradonna Agricultural god Rongo Current Uses Early Uses Food
Mythologies Future ? over consumption and ultimately extinction Origin unknown
- DNA testing and Fossils
- Portuguese explorers
Companies 2008 - 2009 Statistics Indonesia Philippines India Distribution Natural Mechanisms Human Trade and Farming Coconut Palm Photosynthesis
Tall and dwarf
Mature around 10 - 20 years old
4 development stages
Cultivated 3,000 years ago in India
Coconut farms Tall Dwarf Pacific Ocean Indian Ocean