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Har·dy

(har'dē),
LeGrand H., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1894-1954. See: Hardy-Rand-Ritter test.

Har·dy

(har'dē),
George H., English mathematician, 1877-1947. See: Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, Hardy-Weinberg law.
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Washington, July 16 ( ANI ): An international group of scientists has identified the first step toward engineering a hardier variety of Jatropha, a potential biofuel plant, which is known for its drought resisting quality.
Tychonievich (nursery manager, Arrowhead Alpines) shares his experience in plant breeding to show home gardeners how to create tastier, hardier vegetables and more colorful and aromatic flowers.
It may need some winter protection in colder areas or you could plant one from the Roseum group, which has pink flowers and is hardier.
VVJUMPING ahead THE Flat season has been pretty much stolen from us for now, and we are left with its heftier, hardier sibling over jumps.
Although, if your garden is looking a little bare, hardier shrubs can still be planted now and they'll have developed a good root system by next autumn.
They found that this would typically take place in 10-50 years, with countries in lower latitudes likely to face difficulties earlier than those in higher latitudes, where greater variability in conditions has produced hardier species.
playern (an honor that has usually gone to his longtime friend Andy Roddick), used to be quite overweight by tennis standardsblame pizza, apparentlybut grew a hardier work ethic, lost the pounds, and later this month will be in the spotlight as never before when he arrives in Queens for his country's Open.
The purpose of the better seeds and fertilizer was to increase crop production and cultivate hardier and more improved seeds, he said.
TAKE A TIP from us The larger the leaves on an apple, the hardier the tree will be.
Along with their colleagues, Nassar and Ortiz are cross-breeding the common, domesticated plant with its wild relatives in the hopes of creating hybrids that are more nutritious, hardier, and more drought resistant.
Most of the time coffee prices are linked, but since the start of 2009 the prices of the difficult to grow arabica and hardier robusta - mainly used for coffee flavour and instant coffee - have diverged.
Both said the economy had proved hardier than expected due to relatively resilient domestic demand and a government spending hike in response to the downturn.