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  • 1. The Coconut Tree By: Charmaine Navarro BSBA –MM 3-2
  • 2. Background ∗ Origin ∗ Found in Tropical Countries Like Philippines ∗ Scientific name : Cocos nucifera ∗ Known as “ The Tree Of Life”
  • 3. Why is a coconut tree called “The Tree of Life”?  Because of the endless list of products and by-products derived from its various parts (from its roots to tips (leaves) ( from culinary to non-culinary).
  • 4. Parts of the coconut tree and its corresponding benefits  Coconut Meat ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ Coco Flour Desiccated Coconut Coconut Milk Candies Animal Feeds
  • 5. Parts of the coconut tree and its corresponding benefits  Coconut Oil ∗ Copra is dried coconut meat - has 64% of oil content ∗ Other products from coco oil are  Soap , lard, coco chemicals, crude oil, pomade,shampoo, margarine, butter and cooking oil.
  • 6. Parts of the coconut tree and its corresponding benefits  Coconut Leaves – – – – – produce good quality paper pulp midrib brooms(walis ting ting), hats & mats fruit trays, waste baskets, fans, bags beautiful midrib decors, placemats, utility roof materials & palaspas.
  • 7. Parts of the coconut tree and its corresponding benefits  Coconut Fruit ∗ Buko often used for salads and pastries.  Three Kinds: ∗ mala-kanin ,mala-uhog ,mala-katad ∗ Niyog is used in making sweets and special Filipino dishes.
  • 8. Parts of the coconut tree and its corresponding benefits  Coconut Water ∗ liquid endosperm ∗ Uses of coconut water include: vinegar; coconut wine; production of the chewy, nata de coco and as a substitute for dextrose.
  • 9. Parts of the coconut tree and its corresponding benefits  Coconut Husk ∗ Fiber of coconut husk is used to make mats, brushes, cordage and packaging material for plant, and in some countries coconut husk is used as floor polisher.
  • 10. Parts of the coconut tree and its corresponding benefits ∗ Coconut Pith ∗ Edible and known as “palm-cabbage” or heart-of-palm. In the Philippines it is known as ubod and considered as one of the finest vegetables.
  • 11. Parts of the coconut tree and its corresponding benefits  Coconut Inflorescence ∗ fermented juice ,coconut toddy or tuba. ∗ The principal uses of the toddy are:  as fresh beverage, alcoholic beverages  for producing vinegar, for making sugar  and as a source of yeast for making bread.
  • 12. Parts of the coconut tree and its corresponding benefits ∗ Coconut Shell ∗ Produces fashion accessories like: shell necklaces, shell bags ∗ Decorative items like :lamp shades, fruit and ash trays, guitars, placemats, coffee pots, cups, ∗ Most important use of coconut shell is activated carbon produced from its charcoal
  • 13. Parts of the coconut tree and its corresponding benefits  Coconut Roots ∗ Coconut roots are used as beverage, dye, mouthwash, and medicine for dysentery (formerly known as flux). ∗ frayed-out piece of root can also be used as toothbrush.
  • 14. Parts of the coconut tree and its corresponding benefits  Coconut Trunks ∗ its hardy and durable wood is used for building small bridges ∗ It is also used to make benches tables, carvings, picture frames, tables, tool boxes ,pulp paper and construction materials, among others.
  • 15. Thank you!

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