[ bˈɔːɹəʃəs], [ bˈɔːɹəʃəs], [ b_ˈɔː_ɹ_ə_ʃ_ə_s]
How to use "Borassus" in context?
Borassus aethiopicus is a species of palm tree found in the Ethiopian Highlands. Borassus aethiopicus is an evergreen palm with a slender trunk and a broad crown. The leaves are petiolate, simple, and bluntly lobed. The flowers are obscurely pollinated and are small, white, and borne in a cluster at the end of a stalk. The fruit is a pod; the seeds are enclosed within the pulp of the pod.
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