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granularity

An informatics term for the size of a data unit in relation to the pool of data. Structuring "privileges" in electronic systems are said to be highly granular when each of many roles can differ in their capacity to act on electronic records.
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The slow down in total consumption of coarse grains is attributed to weaker demand from the livestock sector along with a slower increase in the use of grains for the production of ethanol, the FAO said.
The Food Subsidy Bill, aimed at providing 5kg of rice wheat or coarse grain per month per person to nearly 810 million of India's 1.
The Coarse Grains Processing Development strives to generate social and economic benefits in Shanxi Province and complies with the policy of the Shanxi Provincial Government in strengthening the "Three Rural Works," which are works related to agriculture, rural areas, and farmers.
In the next ten years, rice and coarse grain production is projected to grow by 13 and 9 per cent respectively.
Denis, who chaired the closing days of the Uruguay Round negotiation on agriculture, observes that global prices for wheat and coarse grains are higher and supplies tighter than they have been for a generation, "and these conditions likely will persist for some time".
It is the largest producer of milk, fruits, pulses, cashew nuts, coconuts and tea in the world, second largest producer of rice and wheat in the world, and fourth largest in coarse grains.
Chapter Titles: Introduction; Cereal production methods; Wheat, corn and coarse grains milling; Biotechnology, cereal and cereal products quality Rice production; Pasta production; Asian noodle processing; Breakfast cereals; Malting; Breadmaking
one per kg for coarse grains to the priority beneficiaries.
The current Grains Trade Convention applies to trade in wheat, coarse grains, corn, barley, sorghum and rice.
Major crops affected would be coarse grains, pulses, oilseeds and paddy to some extent.
Drought and flooding in southern Africa could increase the consumer price of maize and other coarse grains by as much as 120% by 2030, the reports says, while nationwide drought in India or extensive flooding across South East Asia could see the world market price of rice increase by 22%.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of Coarse grains and Paddy, under Minimum Support Price Scheme of Government of Karnataka for the year 2015-16 Short term tender for Handling & Transportation work(Bangalore urban)