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culms

the shoots and roots of sprouted grains in the brewing process. These are removed during brewing and are salvaged as a food supplement. Called also malt culms.
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Characterization of the anatomy of Guadua angustifolia (Poaceae: Bambusoideae) culms.
Indeed, rice breeders have introduced some grain-increasing genes into rice cultivars, but such rice varieties tend to develop larger panicles with more grains than the culm could support, hence, resulting again in lodging.
Samples were made from the culms in natura to determine the basic density (BD), using the maximum moisture content method, according to the equation 1:
giganteus culms were collected from three geographical sites in China: Longchuan County (24[degrees]12'N, 90[degrees]48'E; 940 m above sea level [asl]), Cangyuan County (23[degrees]08'N, 99[degrees]15'E; 1,340 m asl), and Simao County (22[degrees]44'N, 101[degrees]02'E; 1,400 m asl) (Fig.
Samples cut from culms at internodes 6 with dimensions 25 mm x 25 mm x culms wall thickness.
In order to build the bamboo wind chime, the first step was to cut each bamboo culm into thirds, allowing for two segments of culm per piece.
If you are planting in the open, Fargesia nitida is a good choice for windy sites and has attractive purple culms.
A new Otatea species from Sierra Gorda of Queretaro with only one (rarely two) branches per node, erect culm leaf blades, and the absence of oral setae both in culm and foliage leaves is described and illustrated in this paper.
In comparison to other woody plants, most bamboo species are remarkably distinguished by the rapid culm elongation, e.
It can produce harvestable culms within 4-7 years of planting, which can subsequently be harvested annually for timber.