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mounding

 [mownd´ing]
the rising in a lump of a wasting muscle when struck.

my·o·e·de·ma

(mī'ō-e-dē'mă),
A localized contraction of a degenerating muscle, occurring at the point of a sharp blow, independent of the nerve supply.
[myo- + G. oidēma, swelling]

mounding

/mound·ing/ (mound´ing) myoedema (1).

my·o·e·de·ma

(mī'ō-ĕ-dē'mă)
A localized contraction of a degenerating muscle, occurring at the point of a sharp blow, independent of the nerve supply.
Synonym(s): idiomuscular contraction, mounding, myo-oedema.
[myo- + G. oidēma, swelling]
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Among the 193 historic locations (Thorne 1989) 36 of the sites contained mounds, 117 had no mounding activity, and 40 sites could not be located due to errors in the reported projections.
Therefore, mounding or ridging degraded soil nutrient faster compared with untilled zero tillage and manually cleared soils.
The Santa Barbara daisy (Erigeron karvinskianus) probably has more flowers in bloom at a given moment than any other shrub on earth; pinkish white daisy flowers by the hundreds cover a single mounding plant for months on end.
The mounding, resembling large moguls on a ski run, dominates the right side of the fairway, forcing a strong tee shot to the left fairway to secure both a level lie and sightline for an approach shot to the green.